Many of Samsung's awesome Galaxy Tablets are on sale today with prices starting at just $99.99. The entry-level Galaxy Tab A 7 has a 7-inch display, 8GB of storage, and normally sells for around $130. Next up is the 9.6-inch Galaxy Tab E which is currently selling for $149. Aside from the larger display, it also has more internal storage at 16GB, a larger battery that can last for up to 12 hours of usage, and a faster processor.
If you want a bigger display, the 10-inch Galaxy Tab A at $179 may be the option to go with. For $50 more, you can grab one bundled with the S Pen. Both come in black or white, and have 16GB of internal storage, 3GB of RAM, and an 8MP rear camera for those times when you feel that taking a picture with your tablet is acceptable (aka NEVER!).
Finally, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 is on sale for $442.99, which is one of the best prices we've ever seen for it. Normally, this 9.7-inch tablet sells for around $550, and has only dropped below $470 a handful of times in the past. This is a tablet that's designed to better handle more extensive tasks, like gaming, photo editing, and more than the other tablets in this sale.
All of these have expandable memory, so you'll want to add a microSD card to your purchase as well!
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