Deals: the Galaxy Z Fold5 is $450 off, Galaxy Z Flip5 gets a $150 discount

Peter, 17 May 2024

Samsung US has a week of interesting daily deals coming up with its Discover Samsung Summer event. Keep in mind that the offers are available only for a day, tomorrow will bring something new.

The next-generation foldables are a couple of months away, so get ready to wave farewell to the Z 5 generation. But not without some going away discounts first.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 gets a $450 discount for select models and the price can be further reduced by up to $800 with enhanced trade-in credit. This could be the right time to get rid of an old Galaxy Z Fold4 and especially a Z Fold3, both of which are valued at $800.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5

$450 off (select models)
up to $800 enhanced trade-in credit

Read our review

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 gets a $150 discount on select models and up to $500 of enhanced trade-in credit. A Z Flip4 is valued at $450, while the older Z Flip3 doesn’t fetch much – up to $200.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5

$150 off (select models)
up to $500 enhanced trade-in credit

Read our review

We’ll wrap up with a couple of accessories. The Samsung Galaxy Watch6 Classic is $80 off today, both the 43mm and 47mm versions. Of course, the Watch6 generation is about to be replaced, just like the Z 5 foldables.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro are $60 off their MSRP today. They integrate with some Galaxy AI features like live translate and interpreter mode (the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 received Galaxy AI as part of the One UI 6.1 update).

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Reader comments

  • BigBingusBinginMan
  • 24 May 2024
  • yi{

Nope, but working at a phone accessory kiosk I had about every popular phone in my hands. Iphones 6-15, samsung, all a's, m's and s's, folds and flips too. Noticed these people don't much care about the cost of their accessorye...

  • Rakesh
  • 24 May 2024
  • Sec

Thanks for explaining me why I love my fold 5. Did you use it?

  • Anonymous
  • 24 May 2024
  • fmP

It's their hard earned money. Why should it bother you how they spend it.Stop with the victim mentality!

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