Samsung Galaxy tablets are up to $350 off at Best Buy-shop early Black Friday deals now




Get quality tech in the palm of your hand with these Samsung tablets on sale at Best Buy in time for Prime Day.
Get quality tech in the palm of your hand with these Samsung tablets on sale at Best Buy in time for Prime Day.  

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Black Friday 2022 is fast approaching, which means tech junkies are gearing up to find the biggest deals on the best tech. Fortunately, we found some of the best early deals on the most user-friendly Samsung Galaxydevices you can shop right now. If you're in the market for powerful tech at wallet-friendly prices, Best Buy has you covered.

Shop Samsung Galaxy tablets at Best Buy

Those waiting for Amazon's October Prime Day to get savings on Samsung Galaxy tablets can head over to Best Buy to find savings of up to $350 on the portable devices. The available models vary in storage capacity, screen size and chic colors. Whatever your preference, you'll still get the processing power and portability promised from Samsung Galaxy devices through Sunday, October 9.

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The best of the bunch is certainly the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, now available with a 128GB storage capacity for $499.99. Typically listed for $849.99, Best Buy is offering the slim tablet with S Pen included at a 41% discount. We ranked the S7+ as one of our favorite tablets thanks to its classy design being easy to carry around and its 12.4-inch Super AMOLED screen brilliantly showcasing HD videos and even games. It'll certainly be helpful to Android users, as our tester noted that apps compatible with that operating system run smoothly on the tablet with its eight-hour battery life.

Android users rejoice at the processing power and easy feel of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+.
Android users rejoice at the processing power and easy feel of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+.  

If you want to get more savings from Best Buy year-round, you can join its Totaltech Membership program. With an annual fee of $199.99, members can get 24/7 support from Geek Squad, extended 60-day return windows, two-day shipping, delivery and installation of purchases and more free benefits. Members looking to get the recently-released iPhone 14 can also get AppleCare+ on their devices for free.

It's hard to find tech savings this good, but Best Buy is the place to be for top-tier devices. Shop fast though, as these tablet deals will only be this easy on your wallet for a limited time.

Shop Samsung Galaxy tablets at Best Buy

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