The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is now available in the US with up to $560 in trade-in credit
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has begun its world tour and can now be bought in the US as well. To help the new model along the company is offering some launch promos plus an enhanced trade-in deal.
You can find the S21 FE on Samsung.com. It has a starting price of $700 for the 128 GB model, the 256 GB one is $770. This is for an unlocked unit before any additional discounts.
Samsung is running the Enhanced Trade-in program that is only for flagships – you can send in two devices to get up to $560 in credit. Those can be phones, tablets or smartwatches. And if you pick a phone, you can even send one in with a cracked screen. Say you dropped your Galaxy S20 and cracked the front glass – Samsung will give you $275 credit for it (down from $400 if the glass is undamaged).
Then you can pick a bonus. The first option is the simplest, a $100 eCertificate. The other is to pick up a TWS headset – either a free pair of Galaxy Buds Live or Galaxy Buds Pro for $30 (these normally cost $170).
Evil company, cheating customers. Dishonest trading and no body says nothing for this trap. But EU commision gives punishments to these cheaters for absurd reasons and it means nothing for costumers, money that they gain disappears in short time,...
- 23 Jan 2022
Rather would buy S22 which is close to sales. When comes to final price spending 750 for S21 FE or 900 for S22. Paying 900 is way better option for way better device and difference is not that big. Anyone who can afford 750 eur device can shed 150...
- 12 Jan 2022
NO SD card slot & NO 3.5mm jack = FAIL Edition => NO BUY! 👎👎👎 It's that simple!
- 12 Jan 2022