These are the Best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Series Deals in 2022

These are the Best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Series Deals in 2022

Along with the Galaxy S22 series of smartphones, Samsung has also announced its latest flagship tablet lineup — the Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8 Plus, and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. Over the years, Apple’s iPad has maintained its dominance in the flagship tablets category. If there’s one brand that has been competing with Apple in this space, it’s Samsung. The flagship ‘S’ series of tablets has always stood for a premium experience right from performance to display. The Galaxy Tab S8 series is no different. If you’re planning to buy any of the three flagship tablets in the Galaxy Tab S8 series for yourself, here are some of the best deals to take advantage of. The tablets are quite expensive, so a nice deal is always welcome!

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In fact, you can invest your savings towards some nice cases for your brand new device. You can take a look at the best Galaxy Tab S8 cases, Galaxy Tab S8 Plus cases, and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra cases to change the look of your tablet while protecting it from scratches and dents. That being said, here are some of the best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series deals. The tablets have been announced on 9th February and were available to pre-order until 24th February 2022. They went on sale in the US starting from 25th February.

Best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Series Deals

There are several online retailers you can get the Galaxy Tab S8 series from with varying offers and discounts. From the three tablets, the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus is the only tablet that comes with 5G connectivity in the US, which makes it the only version that can be bought with a carrier subscription.

Samsung Store

Given that these are Samsung tablets, the brand’s online store is the first place from where you can get your hands on the new Galaxy Tab S8 series of devices. Samsung is also providing the best launch deals on top of the $700 launch price for the Galaxy Tab S8, $900 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus, and $1,100 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. Samsung is offering enhanced trade-in of up to $450 on the tablets, alongside 3 months of free Spotify Premium, as well as varying amounts of Samsung Store credits ($50 on the regular Tab S8, $75 on the Tab S8 Plus, and $100 on the Tab S8 Ultra) which you can later spent on other stuff on the store. If you’re planning to pick up a Galaxy S22 series too, you can actually get a 25% discount on your Tab S8 series purchase too.

    $50 store credit

    When you buy the Galaxy Tab S8 directly from Samsung, you get enhanced trade-in values for your old device as well as $50 in store credits.

    $75 store credit

    When you buy the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus directly from Samsung, you get enhanced trade-in values for your old device as well as $75 in store credits.

    $100 store credit

    When you buy the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra directly from Samsung, you get enhanced trade-in values for your old device as well as $100 in store credits.

Amazon

Amazon is the retailer of choice for a lot of people since it’s both reputed and reliable. You can buy the Galaxy Tab S8 series via Amazon. The prices are the same on the platform — $700 for the Galaxy Tab S8, $900 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus, and $1,100 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. Amazon is also matching the store credits that Samsung is offering, but for its own platform, which makes sense if you heavily rely on Amazon for your purchases.

    $50 store credit

    Amazon is giving you $50 store credits with the Galaxy Tab S8 along with interest-free payments and free returns.

    $75 store credit

    Amazon is giving you $75 store credits with the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus along with interest-free payments and free returns.

    $100 store credit

    Amazon is giving you $100 store credits with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra along with interest-free payments and free returns.

Best Buy

If Best Buy is the retailer you prefer, you can buy the Galaxy Tab S8 series for the same starting prices — $700 for the Galaxy Tab S8, $900 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus, and $1,100 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. You also get the added advantage of store pickup. Further, just like Amazon and Samsung, Best Buy is also offering the relevant value gift cards for its own platform that can be used for future purchases.

    $50 Gift Card

    Best Buy is giving you a $50 gift card with the Galaxy Tab S8 along with a free anti-virus and 3 months of YouTube Premium.

    $75 Gift Card

    You will get a $75 gift card with the larger Galaxy Tab S8 Plus along with a free anti-virus and 3 months of YouTube Premium subscription.

    $100 Gift Card

    Best Buy is giving you a $100 gift card with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra along with a free anti-virus and 3 months of YouTube Premium.

Best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus Carrier Deals

Of the three tablets in the Galaxy Tab S8 series, the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus is the only version that has cellular support in the USA. So, if you wish to use 5G on your tablet when you’re not connected to a Wi-Fi network, you have no choice but to opt for the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus. Here are all the carrier deals for the device.

    You can get the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus from Verizon for $30.55 a month along with an additional $130 off when you buy it with a Galaxy S22 series device. You can also trade-in select tablets for extra $180 off.

These are some of the best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series pre-order deals if you plan on purchasing the tablet right now. Apart from these individual offers, buyers will get four months of free YouTube Premium subscription (new accounts only) along with any of the three Galaxy Tab S8 series devices.

As the tab is still new and has surpassed Samsung’s demand expectations, you will find that the devices are available only at select outlets and retailers. Currently, the Samsung Store seems to be the best option if you want to purchase any of the three devices in the Galaxy Tab S8 series, although the platform-specific gift cards may make you gravitate towards the sales platform of your choice. We will add more retailers and carriers as and when the tablets become more widely available.

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Aamir Siddiqui
Aamir Siddiqui

A journalist at XDA-Developers and the current Editor in Chief, I have been writing for XDA since 2015, despite being a qualified business-litigation lawyer. A low-end smartphone purchase in 2011 brought me to the forums, and it's been a journey filled with custom ROMs ever since. When not fully dipped in smartphone news and tutorials, I love traveling to places just to capture pictures of the sun setting. You can reach out to me at [email protected]rs.com or on Twitter (@aamirsidd94).

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