Samsung is discounting its entire range of Galaxy Watch3 by $310 [Update]

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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.

And finally, there are two LTE variants of the 45mm available, in Mystic Silver and Mystic Black for $169.99, which is, you guessed it, $310 off its $479.99 retail price.

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.

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