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Samsung just slashed Galaxy S21 prices at Amazon, taking up to $250 off

Samsung has just slashed prices for its Galaxy S21 series on Amazon as part of a “Samsung Week on Amazon” promotion that runs now through February 28. The Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra are $100 to $250 off their launch prices. Considering they’re just a month old, this deal is incredible.

The base Galaxy S21 is marked down to $699, which is fantastic. That’s just $100 more than the Galaxy S20 FE right now, which is discounted itself.

The Galaxy S21+ is now just $799, another incredible deal. At this price, it’s a pretty easy choice to get the plus variant for its larger screen, longer battery life, and glass back.

The top-end Galaxy S21 Ultra is only $999 now, making it much more attainable. It was already my favorite Android phone at its original $1,200 price, and this really seals the deal if you can pick one up at a discount.

Here’s the best part: Whether on purpose or accident, Samsung’s actually discounting the higher-storage variants of all three phones even more, completely covering the price difference in the models. That means you can pick up a 256GB model for the exact same discounted price as a base 128GB model. Those who lament the loss of the SD card slot may turn their heads when they can get double the storage for the same price.

Samsung’s running this discount, throughout the week, but I wouldn’t delay … stock may get impacted quickly with these deep cuts. Samsung says it’ll have further discounts on TVs, soundbars, monitors, and audio accessories this week as well, so keep your eyes on the Samsung store page on Amazon.

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