Amazon is now combining a hefty Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 discount with a nice little gift

Do you prefer an outright discount or a freebie when it comes to a deal on a hot new tech product like the Galaxy Tab S9? Well, now you don’t have to choose and can actually get both of those types of deal sweeteners at the same time from Amazon.

Yes, Samsung‘s recently released 11-inch powerhouse is currently marked down by a substantial 132 bucks from a $919.99 list price in a 256GB storage configuration and graphite colorway while also including $50 credit at no extra cost. That means that you’re looking at saving a grand total of over $180 right now… provided, of course, that you’ll find something on to spend that $50 e-voucher on after making your Tab S9 purchase.
That obviously doesn’t sound like a problem, but if you think that you don’t need 256 gigs of internal storage space, you should know that the entry-level 128 gig variant also comes with a complimentary $50 Amazon credit at the time of this writing in both graphite and beige hues. 

The former color option is however much more attractive than the latter thanks to an outright $36 discount from a regular price of $799.99. But that still makes the aforementioned 256 gig model way more compelling, at least if you hurry and manage to claim the biggest discount available to date on a Tab S9 with no obligatory device trade-in or other strings attached.

Of course, there’s no reason to include just one of the two devices on that roster, as they’re both pretty great and each one has its fair share of key strengths and advantages over the other. The Galaxy Tab S9, for instance, comes with a handy built-in S Pen and a microSD card slot while also improving its predecessor’s display with Dynamic AMOLED 2X technology and somehow managing to squeeze a larger battery into a thinner body as well.
When it comes to the best Android tablets out there, it’s hard to think about how you could possibly do better than this thing at these prices with this type of super-premium design and reasonably compact body (at least compared to giants like the Tab S9 Ultra).


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