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SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S5e 10.5" Tablet & Book Cover Bundle - 64 GB, Black £376.99 ( £326.99 after £50 cashback) @ Currys
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SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S5e 10.5" Tablet & Book Cover Bundle - 64 GB, Black £376.99 ( £326.99 after £50 cashback) @ Currys

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Bundle of tablet and book cover- the tablet on its own is currently listed as £379 here:
currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/tablets-and-ereaders/tablets/samsung-galaxy-tab-s5e-10-5-tablet-64-gb-black-10192064-pdt.html
and the cover at £47.99:
currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/computer-accessories/tablet-accessories/tablet-cases-and-keyboards/samsung-galaxy-tab-s5e-10-5-book-cover-black-10195766-pdt.html

Samsung are currently doing a £50 cashback on this tablet here:
samsung.com/uk/blue-cashback/
I haven't tried it as gone for a different tablet, but I see no reason why that wouldn't work if you buy the bundle, which would make it £326.99.
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Get 8% off that price too if you know someone on a staff reward scheme.
This is misleading, you should put that this is a cashback deal in the title.

Peoples initial payment is 376 not 326.
whitehawk16/12/2019 19:58

Get 8% off that price too if you know someone on a staff reward scheme.



Plus 1% cashback for whoever cares, still £3 for no effort. Plus they're doing a £5 free gift voucher for purchases over £25 which should be automaticly emailed or given to you. That's another £8 in rewards.
FlyingSquirrel16/12/2019 20:08

This is misleading, you should put that this is a cashback deal in the …This is misleading, you should put that this is a cashback deal in the title. Peoples initial payment is 376 not 326.


Good point, have updated!
whitehawk16/12/2019 19:58

Get 8% off that price too if you know someone on a staff reward scheme.


You don't have to be a member of a staff reward scheme, if you've got a spare quid!............

You can buy discounted Currys e-gift vouchers using the Reward Me Now app, which will save you another 6% on top of any other codes or offers! It's similar to a work reward scheme.
There's a membership fee to pay, but it's only £1 for the 60 day trial, using code REWARD60 (then £20 per year after that). If you're anything like me, you'll save well over £20 in a year. I saved over £50 during the 60 day trial period alone!
e-Gift codes are delivered instantly through the app.

Other retailers that are part of Reward Me Now:

Adidas - 6%
Amazon - 1%
Argos - 4%
ASOS - 7%
Clarks - 8%
Currys/PCWorld - 6%
Debenhams - 8%
Ernest Jones - 5.5%
Evans Cycles - 6%
GAP - 8%
Google Play - 2%
H Samuel - 5.5%
H&M - 8%
Halfords - 8%
iTunes - 5%
John Lewis - 4%
Just Eat - 3%
Laithwaites - 10%
M&S - 4%
Nike - 8%
Pizza Hut - 9%
Tesco - 2%
Ticketmaster - 5%
TK Maxx - 6%
Topman/Topshop - 8%
Uber Eats - 3%
Waitrose - 4%
XBox - 8%
Zalando - 4%

And many more I haven't listed.
whitehawk16/12/2019 19:58

Get 8% off that price too if you know someone on a staff reward scheme.



No cashback with staff discount.
Fantastic tablet. I was lucky enough to nab one forn£259 from Amazon Germany. Would I pay more than that? Probably not. But then again I'm tight.
FlyingSquirrel16/12/2019 20:46

No cashback with staff discount.


It's not currys staff discount so cashback still applies. Various employers offer a reward gateway style website. You buy instant gift vouchers at a discounted price.
I've got an S2 that's a perfect size but looking to upgrade. This or S6?
neversay16/12/2019 21:26

I've got an S2 that's a perfect size but looking to upgrade. This or S6?


I feel you neversay. Just wish Sammy would update the S2 as it's the perfect tablet for me, (8" version.) Many say, "get an ipad," forgetting that an ipad doesn't have that killer OLED screen.
Masteryates17/12/2019 10:21

I feel you neversay. Just wish Sammy would update the S2 as it's the …I feel you neversay. Just wish Sammy would update the S2 as it's the perfect tablet for me, (8" version.) Many say, "get an ipad," forgetting that an ipad doesn't have that killer OLED screen.


Thanks for the confirmation @Masteryates - the S2 has been such a brilliant tablet and still going relatively strong. My other wish is a detachable keyboard that supports 'lapability' as the usual tablet/keyboard combos (e.g. Surface) are too top heavy.
neversay17/12/2019 10:53

Thanks for the confirmation @Masteryates - the S2 has been such a …Thanks for the confirmation @Masteryates - the S2 has been such a brilliant tablet and still going relatively strong. My other wish is a detachable keyboard that supports 'lapability' as the usual tablet/keyboard combos (e.g. Surface) are too top heavy.


I've tried plugging in a Keyboard and mouse to Android tablets in the past, but the experience is strange. Apps that use swiping guestures, are horrible to execute on a touchpad or mouse. If you want a tablet leaning towards the laptop side of things, have you tried a Chromebook?
Masteryates17/12/2019 11:01

I've tried plugging in a Keyboard and mouse to Android tablets in the …I've tried plugging in a Keyboard and mouse to Android tablets in the past, but the experience is strange. Apps that use swiping guestures, are horrible to execute on a touchpad or mouse. If you want a tablet leaning towards the laptop side of things, have you tried a Chromebook?


Quite. It's that killer cross-over use-case: something ultraportable (8"-10"), immediate boot-up, 'lapable' (without falling backwards), detachable keyboard just large enough to touch type an email/doc, optional pen to make a note or annotate a pdf, detach tablet to read pdfs, light, good battery life. I guess I'm asking a lot!

Yes I've had Chromebooks and was looking at the Pixelbook Go(store.google.com/gb/…_go) but that's too large and I've got a Yoga 2 Pro as a main laptop for the 'big stuff'. I just need something ultraportable to pick-up, use then put down - in the house, meetings, trains etc.

EDIT; years ago ASUS were on the right track with their Transformer Prime - asus.com/Tab…01/- but look at those bezels!
Edited by: "neversay" 17th Dec 2019
neversay17/12/2019 11:15

Quite. It's that killer cross-over use-case: something ultraportable …Quite. It's that killer cross-over use-case: something ultraportable (8"-10"), immediate boot-up, 'lapable' (without falling backwards), detachable keyboard just large enough to touch type an email/doc, optional pen to make a note or annotate a pdf, detach tablet to read pdfs, light, good battery life. I guess I'm asking a lot!Yes I've had Chromebooks and was looking at the Pixelbook Go(https://store.google.com/gb/product/pixelbook_go) but that's too large and I've got a Yoga 2 Pro as a main laptop for the 'big stuff'. I just need something ultraportable to pick-up, use then put down - in the house, meetings, trains etc.EDIT; years ago ASUS were on the right track with their Transformer Prime - https://www.asus.com/Tablets/Eee_Pad_Transformer_Prime_TF201/- but look at those bezels!


If I was in your shoes, this is what I'd buy.
newegg.com/hp-…uct

If you want something in the UK, I'd also look at the HP G5 11" with touchscreen. The specs are horrible on paper but I was pleasantly suprised when I picked up the none touchscreen version for only £64.
Masteryates17/12/2019 11:27

If I was in your shoes, this is what I'd …If I was in your shoes, this is what I'd buy.https://www.newegg.com/hp-x2-12-f014dx/p/N82E16834271914?Description=hp%20chromebook%20x2&cm_re=hp_chromebook_x2-_-34-271-914-_-ProductIf you want something in the UK, I'd also look at the HP G5 11" with touchscreen. The specs are horrible on paper but I was pleasantly suprised when I picked up the none touchscreen version for only £64.


Thanks @Masteryates . I'll take a look, although I suspect I'm looking for an impossible combination!
neversay17/12/2019 20:22

Thanks @Masteryates . I'll take a look, although I suspect I'm looking for …Thanks @Masteryates . I'll take a look, although I suspect I'm looking for an impossible combination!


I think many of us have been there. My experience has been 2 cheap devices do a better job all around than 1 expensive do all device.
Masteryates18/12/2019 10:14

I think many of us have been there. My experience has been 2 cheap devices …I think many of us have been there. My experience has been 2 cheap devices do a better job all around than 1 expensive do all device.


I think that's the answer. Many thanks for your help
neversay18/12/2019 10:18

I think that's the answer. Many thanks for your help


Yes, I ended up keeping the S2 and getting an Acer Chromebook 15 for only £206 from the USA, which I've just sold for £160 as I've been thrashing the battery for the last year. I'm now onto a HP Chromebook x360 which I picked up for only $350 with an i5-8250 and 8GB ram.
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