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(UK) Buy a Galaxy S7 edge and get a free Gear Fit 2!
If you’re in the UK, you can now purchase a Galaxy S7 edge from any participating store and get a free Gear Fit 2 from Samsung! And this includes the brand-new Blue Coral color option.
After the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung’s been doing everything it can to promote its only flagship of 2016: the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The latter, in particular, was reborn with two new shades after the Note 7 recall – one in the exact same hue that the Note 7 debuted in, and the other in darker and truer black. On top of that, the South Korean company has been running various promotions here in the US, and now it’s the UK’s time to enjoy some freebies.
This includes any color, including the newly-launched Blue Coral option, and any storage option.
If you buy a brand new Galaxy S7 edge from any participating retailer in the UK between January 12th through February 28th, you can simply go on Samsung’s website and claim your free Gear Fit 2. This includes any color, including the newly-launched Blue Coral option, and any storage option. All the participating retailers are listed below, and it doesn’t matter whether the purchase was made in store or online according to the company.
- Carphone Warehouse UK and Carphone Warehouse Ireland
- Curry’s PC World
- Tesco and Tesco Ireland
- John Lewis
- Shop Direct
- Three and Three Ireland
- Vodafone and Vodafone Ireland
- Independent Deal
- Samsung E-Store
Note that third party online retailers or auction websites like Amazon and eBay are excluded from the deal, so keep that in mind when purchasing your device.
If you’re S7 edge was purchased within the promotion period, go to Samsung’s promotion page and fill out the online form within 60 days of your purchase. Samsung will process the request and let you know when the Gear Fit 2 is on its way. You can read the Terms and Conditions here.
Just as a quick refresher, the Galaxy S7 edge boasts a dual-curved 5.5-inch AMOLED display of QHD resolution. It’s powered by Snapdragon 820 and 4GB of RAM, and has the iconic Dual Focus 12-megapixel low-light camera on the back. The Gear Fit 2, somewhat similarly, has a curved 1.84-inch AMOLED screen and runs on Samsung’s own Tizen OS. You can read more about either of these devices in our Galaxy S7 edge review and Gear Fit 2 review.