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You can still get a $50 credit when you reserve Samsung’s Galaxy S23

You can still get a $50 credit when you reserve Samsung’s Galaxy S23


You can also get $50 in credit when you reserve a new Galaxy Book and up to $100 in credit when you opt for both.

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A pink Galaxy S23 Plus next to a beige Galaxy S23.
A leaked image claiming to show the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus
Image: WinFuture

The clock is ticking if you want to take advantage of Samsung’s ongoing promotion for the Galaxy S23 and its forthcoming Galaxy Book, both of which are expected to be unveiled during Samsung’s Unpacked event later this week. Now until 12PM ET on February 1st, you can score $50 in Samsung credit when you reserve one of the new Galaxy Book laptops online or any phone in the Galaxy S23 lineup. Reserving both, meanwhile, will get you $100 in credit.

There are a couple of caveats to take note of before jumping on this deal. First, to get the credit, you’ll have to commit to preordering the devices once Samsung opens preorders, which is likely to happen following their announcement. The current promotion ends an hour before the start of Unpacked, which means you’ll have to make your buying decision sight unseen. That may not be much of an issue if you’re interested in the S23, though, given how much has already leaked regarding the S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra, as well as Samsung’s new line of Galaxy Book laptops.

Second, you can only spend the gift card at the same time you’re making the preorder —you can’t use it to lower the price of the S23 or the new Galaxy Book. However, you can use the credit to buy eligible accessories and products from or the Shop Samsung mobile app. Samsung has yet to confirm what these “eligible products” are, but they likely include phone cases, wireless earbuds, and other mobile accessories. Just make sure to use all of the credit, as you’ll lose anything left over after you finish your preorder.

Samsung Unpacked kicks off at 1PM ET / 10AM PT on February 1st and will be streamed live on Samsung’s website and on YouTube. We’ll also be embedding the livestream here and publishing some of the first photos of the new devices on our site, so stay tuned.