Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is heavily discounted for Black Friday
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is another product that is heavily discounted for Black Friday. You can now grab a discount of up to 40%, depending on which variant you get. Even some protective cases for the devices are available, and are discounted by up to 50%.
This discount is available via Amazon, and the tablet comes in three color options. You get to choose between Dark Gray, Pink Gold, and Silver colors. All three variants are available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB storage options.
You can purchase the Galaxy Tab A8 starting from $139.99 for the 32GB storage model. Do note that it is discounted from $229.99, so this is quite a discount, you get to save $90 in the process.
The 64GB and 128GB models are more expensive, of course, but the most expensive model lands right below $200. So, if you’re in need of a new tablet, and you generally like what Samsung has to offer, this is the time to get the Galaxy Tab A8.
If you need a protective case for it, that’s not a problem. Samsung also offers its official Protective Case for the Galaxy Tab A8 for only $24.99. You can grab it in Dark Gray, Pink Gold, and Silver colors, to match the tablet colors. You can, of course, also mix and match if you want.
If you prefer a regular case more than a Protective Case with a flap, Samsung’s ‘Clear Edge Cover’ is also available, and it comes with a Lavender trim all around it. It is also priced at $24.99.
You can access all of these discounts by clicking here, or tapping the link down below. Just make sure to select the right variant before you proceed with your purchase.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 – Amazon)
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