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Samsung US is updating Black Friday deals for phones, tablets, laptops, and accessories

While it’s technically Cyber ​​Monday, Samsung US continues to offer Black Friday deals. The usual suspects here — the Galaxy S22 and Z 4 series — but there are some interesting additions to the offering.

We’ll start with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4. It can go up to $310 with an instant debit of $150 and an enhanced credit of up to $600. You’ll get a minimum of $150 credit for your Galaxy device, regardless of condition. If you have nothing to trade in, not even your old Galaxy, you get an extra $50 off.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 can drop to $450 with a $350 instant rebate and up to $1,000 in enhanced trade-in. As mentioned above, you are guaranteed to get $300 in credit for any Galaxy device regardless of its terms, but this time Apple phones are also included (the oldest iPhones you can send in are the iPhone 6s and SE). If you have nothing to trade, you get $100 off.

This is an interesting offer. You can get the older Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 for $600 off or you can opt for a lower discount, $250, and get a free display — Samsung’s Freestyle, which is normally $800. The price of the Z Fold3+ projector can be dropped to $1,140 with a credit of up to $410 (or up to $315 if you’re sending a device with a cracked screen).

Is it time to upgrade your laptop? The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 is down to $750 with a $500 discount and a $300 trade-in credit. This is for a model with a 15.6-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, an Intel Core i7 processor (12th gen) and 8/512GB of storage. There are also deals on the base Book2 360 as well as the Book2 Pro.

The Galaxy Tab S8 tablet is a more portable alternative. The basic S8 slate can be had for under $100 with a $300 instant rebate and up to $450 Enhanced Trade-In Credit (up to $120 for devices with cracked screen). The enhanced exchange limit goes up to $500 for the Galaxy Tab S8+ and Tab S8 Ultra.

Finally, the usual suspects. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra seems to be Samsung’s #1 selling product — a ticket for this train starts at $375. That’s with a $225 instant rebate and up to $600 in enhanced trade credit (up to $315 if you break your screen).

The Samsung Galaxy S22+ and S22 are also in the $300-$400 range with a $150 instant rebate and up to $500 Enhanced Trade Credit (up to $310 for cracked screens) for the add-on model, the vanilla model gets $75 and up to $400 (up to $235 for cracked screens).

If the S22 series is still too pricey, the Galaxy S21 FE price can drop to $250 with a $100 discount and up to $350 enhanced trade-in credit ($255 if your old one has a cracked screen).

We’ll wrap this up with some accessories. The Galaxy Buds2 Pro are slashed in price by $30, and you can send in any old Galaxy Buds for another $75 off — and that includes buds that are so broken that there’s nothing left to do but recycle them.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro are heavily discounted, too — the Watch5 40mm can only come down to $65 if you stack up to the $50 discount and maximum enhanced trade credit of $165. Samsung is also giving away a second bracelet for free. Instead of the vanilla versions, you can also opt for Golf versions of these watches, which come with a free lifetime membership to the Smart Caddy app ($100 value).

note. If you haven’t seen it yet, enhanced trade-in deals mean you can send in not just an old phone, but also an old tablet or smartwatch (or an old Galaxy Book2 360 laptop). You can send 2 devices in total to get more credit.