Nobody ever complained about a discount. With phones getting increasingly expensive, getting a discount is more important than ever. Luckily, Samsung has a great program for that. The Samsung Referral Program allows you to get up to 10% off (for a total of up to $250) on all of their latest and greatest phones, tablets, and laptops.
For someone interested in getting 10% off their order, it’s simple. You just have to use a referral link and select the phone of your choice. It seems like it’s only available to use on phones, tablets, and laptops in the US. You can either use a link or add a referral code at checkout. If you are reading this and interested in getting 10% off a phone order, you can use my referral link or code which is ref-okpn66. The referral link does not work in the Shop Samsung app. There will be a box for the referral code at checkout.
At the time of writing, you can get the Galaxy Note 10+ for $990 and the Galaxy Note 10 for $855. If you bundle these with the $150 and $100 coupons and up to $600 trade-in, you can get the phones for $390 and $255 along with $150 and $100 coupons. Essentially, you can get $1,250 worth of technology from Samsung for $390. This is, in my opinion, an incredible deal. This deal also works for the Galaxy S10 series.
If you are looking into referring people, the deal isn’t so bad either. You can get up to $100 in Samsung Pay rewards points per person per year. You can get up to $1,500 in rewards points per year as well. This means you can get around 1 free phone per year if you refer a lot of people.
This is an honestly amazing deal. You can get flagship phones at incredible prices that won’t change and will be available year-round. It even works with future promotions Samsung might be running. If you are interested in referring friends, it’s easy as well. All it takes is a simple link. if you’re planning on purchasing a Samsung device, don’t leave this money off the table.
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