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2016 Black Friday Hottest Offers on Samsung Galaxy Smartphones and Tablets

The much awaited Black Friday 2016 event is fast approaching. It is the date set for shoppers to avail of different special offers on a wide range of products and services. And it always happens on the day after Thanksgiving. This year, Black Friday falls on the 25th of November, and it's just a few more days away. Hence, if you haven't marked your calendars yet, do it now as we give you a glimpse of the best special offers on Android power smartphones and tablets you may want to avail on that very special shopping date this year.

Below are some of the best and hottest Black Friday Android smartphone and tablet offers from Samsung, which you may want to avail on this year's special shopping date.

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge bundle with VR Kit from Best Buy

One of Best Buy's hottest smartphone offers for this year's Black Friday sales is Samsung's latest Galaxy smartphone flagship devices, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge bundled with VR Kit. This would cost you around $28 per month for 24 months under an installment plan by giving out a $250 store gift card along with a Samsung Gear VR viewer.

Verizon Android smartphones for $10/month

Among the best Android smartphone deals you can avail from Verizon's offers for this year's Black Friday event include the Samsung Galaxy S7, Google Pixel, and Moto Z Droid. All these devices are available for $10/month for 24 months with 0 percent APR. This means you will be able to save up to $400 on these leading and powerful Android smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S7 S7 Edge specials from Target

Aside from Best Buy, Target is also offering a $250 store gift card for you to avail of Samsung's power smartphones the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge bundled with a Samsung Gear VR headset.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch tablet from Samsung

Samsung itself is also giving out a special deal for its Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch tablet, starting November 18. With this special offer, a $100 discount on the original cost for this big screen 16GB Android device is applied, bringing down the price to $200. This tabletsupports Wi-Fi connectivity.

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite from Shopko

Black Friday sales of Shopko will officially start online a day before Thanksgiving, or on the 23rd of November this year. And on Thanksgiving Day, it goes online at 4PM. Among the best offers you can avail of during these special events include a Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite tablets, a 7-inch tablet for $70. This means you can save up to $60 from the regular price. It comes with an 8GB of storage space and expandable with a 32GB microSD card.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet from BJ's Wholesale Club, Staples and Kmart

Another Samsung Galaxy tablet offers you can avail of is Samsung's Galaxy Tab A tablet. The device can be procured at BJ's Wholesale Club for $90 or $50 off the regular cost. What you'll get for that amount is a 7-inch tablet with 16GB of storage space plus an extra 16GB microSD card. This deal officially starts on November 18 until November 29.

Staples is also offering the same Samsung Galaxy tablet starting on Thanksgiving day, cutting the cost by a third to $100. You will then get a 7-inch Android tablet from Samsung, with an 8GB of storage space. Aside from the 7-inch model, Staples also offres the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-inch, with a discount of $70. This is a 16GB Android tablet powered by a 1.2 GHz quad core processor.

You can also avail of the same Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet (7-inch, 8GB variant) from Kmart for $100 plus $50 of Shop Your Way Reward points that can be used at a later time.


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