Ebay Just Knocked $277 Off Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus [Updated]

Ebay Just Knocked $277 Off Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus [Updated]
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For a limited time, eBay is knocking 15% off Samsung’s Galaxy S10 phone range, including the S10e, S10 and S10+. That’s a saving of up to $277! Here are the details.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 range hits Aussie stores this Friday (March 8.) If you pre-order it from eBay before this date, the online merchant will shave 15% off the RRP. To get the deal, you need to use the discount code ‘PREORDERS10’ at checkout.

Most Samsung Galaxy S10 pre-orders in Australia come bundled with a free pair of Samsung’s Galaxy Buds. These are high-end wireless earphones powered by a 5.8pi dynamic driver that normally retail for $249.

Update: eBay has confirmed to us that the Galaxy S10 deals do not come with free Buds. However, if you’re just looking to save a couple of hundred bucks and don’t care about the earphones, this is still a solid deal.

Here are some of the available deals.


Remember, to get the deal you need to buy before March 8 and use the discount code ‘PREORDERS10’. Otherwise you’ll be charged full whack.

eBay is also offering deals on a range of Samsung Galaxy S10 accessories, including official wallet cases, protective covers and car holders.

Click here to see the full range of deals!

Incidentally, if you’re planning to get the Samsung Galaxy S10 on a mobile phone plan, you can still get some free Galaxy Buds by signing up before March 8. Here are the best deals from Optus, Vodafone, Telstra and Woolworths Mobile:

Optus’s Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Deal: 20GB for $90 per month

Vodafone’s Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Deal: 50GB for $101.20 per month.

Telstra’s Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Deal: 50GB for $109 per month

For our money, Vodafone has the best overall plan out of the three telcos above – while it’s $11.20 more expensive than Optus’ offering, you get an extra 30GB of data to play with each month.

Alternatively, you might want to consider Woolworths Mobile instead. Its entry level plan is just $75.78 per month. On the downside, data is capped at 10GB, but if that sounds sufficient for your needs, you’ll be saving up to $25 per month. Here are the inclusions.

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