Save up to $200 on your next Samsung Galaxy Book, no trade-ins required

Samsung Galaxy Book Go
Samsung Galaxy Book Go (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

Samsung Galaxy Book deals are always a big event, especially when they're popping off without requiring you to trade in any existing goodies. Sure, trade-ins will always sweeten the pot and save you some serious pocket change, but let's say you just want to pay in cold hard cash. Now you can do so and still shave up to $200 off your final price tag with Samsung's current sales.

First up, there's the Galaxy Book Go, on sale for $299 ($50 off). It has 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor. Then there's the Galaxy Book for $649 ($100 off). To get that price, you'll have to opt for the model with an Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. The fancier variant will bump up the price tag substantially.

Samsung's Galaxy Book Pro will set you back $899 ($200 off), though again, you'll need to go with the least expensive configuration for that. Expect a Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage.

Samsung Galaxy Book sale | Up to $200 off

Samsung Galaxy Book sale | Up to $200 off

Whether you're in the market for a Samsung Galaxy Book, Book Go, or Book Pro, you save yourself a sizeable chunk of change right now without needing to trade anything in. Just enjoy raw savings direct from Samsung.

All the aforementioned devices can come with Windows 11 preinstalled.

If you're not interested in Samsung's gadgets, shift gears to the other best Windows laptop offerings on the market. There are plenty of them out there, so it shouldn't be hard to find one that suits your particular needs, whether you want something cheaper than what Samsung has or are shopping for a PC with substantial horsepower with which to handle your creative, professional, and gaming-related tasks.

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