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Brand new Samsung tablet gets a whopper of a promotion from Sears

The 10.5” Galaxy Tab S was just announced last night, but Sears is already running a special promotion which will get you $105 in cashback via Shop Your Way dollars and a free case.
While Sears has both the 8.4” and 10.5” Galaxy Tab S models for pre-order, only the 10.5” qualifies for the promotion. You can pre-order either a Dazzling White or Titanium Bronze 10.5” Galaxy Tab S for $499.99, then you’ll receive $105 back in Shop Your Way dollars that can be used for a future purchase.

In addition, at the top of the product page, you’ll see a Special Offer to add a free case with your order as well (MSRP $69.99). For easy access, here are the four cases available:
Samsung 10.5" Galaxy Tab S Book Cover, Brown
Samsung 10.5" Galaxy Tab S Book Cover, White
Samsung 10.5" Galaxy Tab S Book Cover, Red
Samsung 10.5" Galaxy Tab S Book Cover, Black

You’ll have to pay shipping ($6.99) and tax of course, but this is probably the lowest price you’ll be able to get for this brand new tablet, not to mention the free case. Sears shows that the tablet will be released on July 10.

Sources: Slickdeals, Sears

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RE: Almost worth it
By bigboxes on 6/13/2014 11:00:06 PM , Rating: 2
How much did you get for the Nexus 7? It's a well built tablet, but it's my wife's so she's got it like she likes it. I'm using the Note 3 right now while watching the Stanley Cup. I don't do social media. I do like keeping connected to check on sports scores, box scores, tv guide, multiple online forums and also to check on info to anything I am doing (movies/tv/music/news/etc). The Note 3 has a 5.7" screen, but many times I wish for more screen real estate when I'm not on the road.

RE: Almost worth it
By Spuke on 6/14/2014 3:12:12 PM , Rating: 2
I sold it to a friend for $50 but they're worth about $100-$160.

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