Samsung deal! Save 15% on Samsung phones, tablets, smart watches and headphones this weekend

Samsung deal! Save 15% on Samsung phones, tablets, smart watches and headphones this weekend
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Lockdown getting you down? Sat at home twiddling your thumbs? This weekend, Samsung is giving you the opportunity to save 15% off smartphones, tablets, wearables and audio (opens in new tab) to help spice up your lockdown. Just choose your items, use the code SAMSUNG15 at the checkout and watch the price drop.

Whether you’re in the market for a new Samsung Galaxy S10+ (opens in new tab), as featured in our guide to the best phones for music, you’re planning on upping your fitness game with the Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch (opens in new tab) or you want to immerse yourself in music with the compact Galaxy Buds+ in-ear headphones (opens in new tab), you’ll be able to grab a sweet 15% off the usual price.  

The sale is live right now and ends at 23.59 (UK time) on Monday 27 April.

Save 15% on loads of tech at Samsung (opens in new tab)

Save 15% on loads of tech at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save big on smartphones, tablets, wearables and audio at Samsung (opens in new tab) until Monday 27 April.

Save 15% on Samsung smartphones (opens in new tab)

Save 15% on Samsung smartphones (opens in new tab)
Choose from Samsung’s wide range of smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+. As an example, right now you can save £100 off a brand new S10 with 128GB of storage.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2: (opens in new tab)

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2: £289 £245.65 (opens in new tab)
Make the most of your government endorsed hour of exercise by tracking your workouts from your wrist, whilst still receiving alerts and messages, with the nifty Samsung Galaxy Active 2 smartwatch. 

Save 15% off Galaxy Buds+: (opens in new tab)

Save 15% off Galaxy Buds+: £159 £118.15 (opens in new tab)
These discrete earbuds are great for running or wearing around the house. They feature AKG-powered 2-way speakers pumping out rich treble and bass, while a 3-mic system means you can make and answer calls.

Chris is Louder's eCommerce Editor and has been a metalhead ever since he saw Machine Head play the London Astoria in '97. He manages all buyer's guides on the site and it's his job to help you find the raddest merch, collectibles and music listening tech, and the best prices.