Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Preorder Deals: Up to $250 Off and a Free Band
Samsung's latest smartwatches are official and now you can pick up the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic while saving some cash, too.
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Samsung's latest wearables are an iteration on the previous year's offerings and are sure to be popular, with prices starting at $300, depending on the model you're looking at. But you can actually pick up a new Galaxy Watch 6 for just $50 if you're trading in an old watch.
Even if you aren't trading anything in, you'll still benefit from a freebie -- Samsung is throwing a free second fabric band in with all orders.
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What colors do the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic come in?
If you're picking up a Galaxy Watch 6 you can choose between graphite and gold colors, with both shipping for delivery on Aug. 11.
The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic is offered in more muted colors, with black and silver models available with the same Aug. 11 delivery date.
How much do the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic cost?
Pricing up a new Samsung wearable will depend on which model and configuration you're in the market for, and that's before we start to look at trading an older watch in. That being said, the general gist isn't all that complicated once you know what you're looking for.
Without discounts, the Galaxy Watch 6 offerings cost:
Samsung is now offering those who preorder any Galaxy Watch 6 variant a free fabric band with every order. On top of that, trading in an old watch will get you up to $250 off your order.
Right now it looks like Samsung is targeting switchers, however. The only watch available with the maximum $250 trade-in value is the Apple Watch Series 8, although Samsung's own watches aren't that far behind.
Buyers can also take advantage of 30% off select Samsung Care Plus plans, too.