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Samsung’s Galaxy S24 preorder still comes with a $50 credit — for one more day

Samsung’s logo set in the middle of red, black, white, and yellow ovals.
The Galaxy S24 is likely launching tomorrow, and you still have time to already secure a decent bonus for pre-ordering one. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S24 series tomorrow, January 17th. If you’ve caught up on our coverage of all the rumored changes and know you’ll be upgrading upon release, you might as well reserve one. There’s no payment due today for doing so, and you’ll be rewarded with a $50 credit that’s usable toward other devices or accessories at the time of purchase.

Today is your last chance to take advantage of this deal, and there are no guarantees that we’ll see any other Galaxy S24 preorder incentives outside of Samsung’s traditional trade-in offers. You’ll only need to provide your name and email address to receive a unique link to place your order after the event.

Samsung will also offer separate instant credits worth $25,…

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