Friday , October 19 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Samsung offering a free case with any Galaxy Tab 3 purchased from Samsung Experience Store

Galaxy Tab 3 range
Samsung are offering a deal to those customers looking to purchase a Galaxy Tab 3. If you purchase one of the Galaxy Tab 3 range the 7″, 8″ or 10.1″ from the Samsung Experience stores located at George Street in Sydney or at Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne then you’ll receive a free case.

The offer, which begins today and runs until 6pm(AEST) on the 29th of September will give you a choice of book covers for each of the tablets, the covers are available in White, Grey, Pink and Lime, but availability on the colours may vary.

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Of course if I was going to get a 10.1″ Galaxy Tab 3 I’d personally be heading in to Big W right now, but a book cover for free for the other two is not a bad deal.

Are you in the market for a Galaxy Tab 3?

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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Useless offer unless you live in Sydney or Melbourne. Samsung should have rolled this offer out at JB HiFi and DSE as well, as both store chains have specialized in store Samsung setups.

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I personally don’t understand why anyone would purchase the Galaxy Tab 3 7″, given the Nexus 7 is cheaper and superior in virtually every measure that counts… but maybe that’s just me. Maybe someone really really loves TouchWiz?

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