eBay cuts Samsung Galaxy S10 price by 15% for pre-orders

Alex Kidman 4 March 2019 NEWS

Save big on Samsung's flagship Galaxy S10 by pre-ordering through eBay now.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 hasn't officially launched here in Australia just yet. With just four days to go until you'll be able to get to grips with its latest premium flagship phone, the competition is heating up to get as many pre-orders as possible.

eBay is currently running a deal on the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10e and Samsung Galaxy S10+ as well as any compatible accessories, where you can score 15% off the purchase price as long as you pre-order before 11:59pm 7 March or as long as stocks last.

There are a few caveats to bear in mind. You're limited to buying three items per transaction with a maximum discount total of $300. Shipping is from 8 March, which means that you're not guaranteed to actually get the new phone on the day of release.

It's also worth noting that despite being listed as Australian stock, while other pre-orders are shipping with a bonus pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds, there's no mention of these on eBay.

You can access eBay's pre-order deal for the Samsung Galaxy S10 by clicking on the coupon below:

Get a huge 15% preorders of Samsung S10 series & accessories

Get a huge 15% preorders of Samsung S10 series & accessories from eBay

eBay is running a massive 15% off preorders of Samsung Galaxy S10 series phones & accessories. Max discount $300, T&Cs apply. Ends 11:59pm 7th March

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Can't quite raise the outright asking price for a Galaxy S10+, but still want a good deal?

Telstra's current pre-order deal for the Samsung Galaxy S10+ includes a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds and the promise that you can upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G by mid-year as long as you return the Galaxy S10+ you get in the meantime in good working order.

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