Samsung offers students and educators savings on many popular products through its Education Offers Program. Here’s how to register and get started.
For students working toward a degree, or educators contributing to the field, Samsung offers the Education Offers Program. This makes various Samsung products more affordable, enabling students and educators to use these products as learning tools. It also puts Samsung on par with its competitors that have similar programs. Apple, for example, offers an education program that spans grades K-12, plus a university program that offers discounts on Mac or iPad.
Various recent additions to the Samsung lineup are available on the Education Offers Program, such as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. With improved performance and battery life plus a bundled S Pen, the Galaxy S22 Ultra could be very useful for students and educators who need to utilize their phone throughout the day. Similarly, customers can apply the discount toward a new pair of Galaxy Buds 2, which offer features like active noise cancellation with an ambient sound mode. Students can also pick up other devices like the Galaxy Watch 4 or a Galaxy Smart Tag, the latter a useful way to keep track of bags and keys.
The Samsung Education Offers Program offers up to 30 percent off on select products, which is an additional discount on the existing savings. For example, users can get up to a $45 discount on smartphones, and up to $70 off on smartwatches and earbuds. To become eligible, students and educators just have to create a Samsung account with their valid .edu email address, provided by the school they attend or work with. Once a customer has created the account, they just have to sign in with the .edu email address to take advantage of the savings.
How To Save & Limitations
To access the Education Offers Program, simply visit the Samsung website and click on the ‘Offers’ tab on top. Go to ‘Offer Programs‘ and select ‘Education Offers Program.’ Customers can either shop by category (if looking to save on a specific product) or browse ‘All Student Offers’ to see the various products available through the discount program. For phones, users can choose between unlocked models or those tied to a carrier like Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile.
However, there are some restrictions. Of course, these particular deals are limited to registered Education Offers Program users. Not to mention, prices shown on the website are only available for a limited time and only available online. In addition, there’s a limit of two products per product category or email address each year. As a result, while consumers might be able to save on some of the products they need, they won’t necessarily be able to buy as many Samsung products as they might want.
The Best Samsung Education Offers
As Samsung is offering a free pair of Galaxy Buds Live or Galaxy Buds 2 with the Galaxy S22 Ultra. This is in addition to the discounts students get on the device, plus an additional trade-in credit of up to $1,000. Users have the option to choose their preferred earbuds (and color) while checking out on the Samsung store. The same offer is also available on the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra which is also discounted by an additional 15 percent for students. Samsung’s Chromebooks are also discounted by 10 percent as part of the Education Offers Program, and users can get an extra 30 percent off on a two-year Samsung Care+ plan.
Students and educators looking to buy phones can get an extra $7.50 off on the Galaxy S22, up to $17.50 off on the Galaxy S22+, and up to $45 off on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Samsung’s foldable phones are also on offer, with the Galaxy Z Flip 3 discounted by up to an additional $20, and the Galaxy Z Fold 3 available with up to a $37.50 discount. Students looking to pick up earbuds can get the Galaxy Buds 2 at a $30 discount and the Galaxy Buds Live with a $20 discount. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is discounted by up to $70, while the standard Galaxy Watch 4 is up to $44 off. All of these discounts are over and above any other offers and trade-ins Samsung is offering, making it a great time to pick up a phone or accessory before school begins.
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