expired Samsung Galaxy Watch 42mm 4G LTE $435.96 (or $414.16 if Buying Selected 2+ Items) @ Ultra Store eBay

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Hello all,
This is for the 42mm 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Watch which (I think) hasn't ever been posted lower than this (apart from the long gone Samsung EPP pre-order offer)

PRO TIP:
There's a offer on the store for extra 5% off 2+ items. A good trick would be to add any low value item (~$10-12 range) and get hold of the extra 5% discount on both the items i.e. effectively making the watch only $414.16.
I think it's pretty awesome price for a Australian Stock model. This should also be eligible for TRS refund for those traveling, bringing the cost further down i.e. effective price of $364.62.

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Comments

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    Lol reminds me of the galaxy watch LTE bargain for about 350 last November, via the Samsung partner portal.

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      Yeah mate, that was a great pre-order offer (in Sep-early Oct). But I guess that's been gone for ages and was never repeated by Samsung since it's availability in the market.

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    I can't seem to get the 5% off when adding another usb cable to cart

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      Are you selecting it from the list of eligible items (see the link in post)? The extra 5% won't work on all store-wide items. I tried it on a ~$12 phone case from the link and it had worked.

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    CAn we claim TRS if bought from Ebay? :o

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      Yup mate, as the item is sold by a Australian store (on eBay platform) and the invoice should have a GST component included.

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    What options are there for the LTE access/plans?

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      Telstra adds $5/month on the existing service contract when sharing LTE on wearable while Optus customers have the eSIM feature free for 12 months to start with (unless something changed recently).

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    will there be a new model this year?

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    Sold out, unfortunately.

    Worth getting the R810 instead? $370 or so delivered (when using PEACE and 5% double deal).

    • +1 vote

      Yeah mate, unless you plan on using the watch standalone for calls by spending ongoing $5/ month, I think the Bluetooth version is a pretty good alternative. Basically, you are scoring a Australian stock watch (with local Samsung warranty) at a grey import price point. Go for it!

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