Samsung introduced the Galaxy Watch3 alongside the Buds Live and Galaxy Note20 series last August at its virtual Unpacked event. During the announcement, the smartwatch had a starting price of $399 for the 41mm variant and $429.99 for the 45mm model.
If you've been looking to own one of Samsung's smartwatches, the Watch3 is now going for a $310 discount on Samsung. That's for the 45mm Bluetooth version in Mystic Silver, or Mystic Black which now costs just $119.99, down from its original retail price of $429.99. Unfortunately the Mystic Bronze color appears to be sold out.
The 41mm Bluetooth variant also has that massive $310 discount and is available in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Silver for just $89.99, down from its $399 retail price. In this size, the Mystic Black variant appears to be sold out.
If you want the LTE feature, that's available too for an additional $50 on the 41mm Mystic Bronze variant, bringing its price to $169.99, which is still a massive $310 off the $479.99 retail price. The other colors do not appear to be available with LTE.
Samsung also has a few additional options that can be applied if you qualify for an Education discount, First Responders discount, Government discount, Employee Discounts or Military Discounts, eligible trade ins, and even a monthly pay off scheme from 24 months at 0% apr.
Seeing as Samsung did not announce the Galaxy Watch4 yesterday, this is quite a steal and will likely not last long at these prices.
Update: Thanks to a sharp eyed reader, this massive discount only applies when trade-in is used and if specific conditions are met, such as for example, trading in (the almost three year old) Galaxy Watch for $160 plus $150 instant rebate, which is still far more than you'd get trying to sell it on eBay. Other options include the Gear Fit2 which only nets a $15 discount plus $150 instant rebate. Samsung only appears to support Apple and their own brand for phones and watches trade in, plus Google for phone trade ins.