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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" 32GB Wifi Tablet £169  @ AO.Com - price match with Amazon seller with £25 cash back
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep price £169....price match Amazon £163.50 But £25 cash back after purchase with AO makes deal £138.50 And dont forget 4% cash back with Quidco and £2.50 cash back with Quidco… Read more

Expired back to £199

I didn't say you wouldn't get it for the deal price, just that it wasn't certain. Looks like you may have been lucky (good on ya).


Yes as said it was a voucher i had on my AO account to use and ive had all my money back now for price match and 10% off and the 25 cash back has been sent already so well happy...just the Quidco bonus to wait for now...


Have no idea! I decided to take that part of what Fanimal said at face value and was perhaps a personalized offer....


How do you get the 10% voucher?

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7" 32GB Wifi Tablet - Black £449 / £399 with cashback via redemption @
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
Further £50 cashback makes this a very good (£399) price for one of the best tablets out there.

Its £400 for OLED, but yes, I think Samsung should allow CPU customisation. Tablets dont really need lower power cips, Intel excepted.


The S3 is a really poor purchase, it doesn’t offer a lot over the much cheaper S2. Samsung seem to forget that Android isn’t amazing on a tablet but think they can still charge the same as Apple or for full Windows tablets. They also keep fitting last gen SoCs for a slap in the face. No reason the S3 didn’t have an 835 and no reason the recently launched S4 didn’t have an 845.


I'd heard that too. The new built in windscreen wiper may come in handy though. (poo)


No, stool sample I heard


I hear that the S5 will require a blood sample to login.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3  SM-T820 9.7" open box ebay £369.99 delivered at ebay/techsave2006
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Spotted this and thought it might be useful for someone after a top quality android tablet and who wants it now. Yes, the Tab S4 has just been released but the Tab S3 is still an e… Read more

Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! LOL


i picked up for 350 that my point ipad pro 10.5 64gb


This isn't twice as good as the S2 even though its twice the price.


Lots of us are fools. We stand for days in the rain every year queuing for phones that don't even have FHD screens or a headphone jack. Luckily our wool keeps us warm in the queue.


Well said mate from Tab S1 to Tab S4

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" 32GB Wifi Tablet (2016) - Black - £169 @ AO (£144 after cashback)
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug are doing the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 for £169 like most retailers (Samsung, Argos, Currys, John Lewis etc) but they are currently advertising a £25 cashback offer after y… Read more

Thanks I’ll get it expired.


Expired now £199


Ordered tnx :)


Yes and it’s back in stock now.


I have updated the link, and included it below. Although it is now showing £8 more, at £190 for the SM-T585, LTE (Sim) model. Alternatively, Amazon Germany has it for £193 delivered.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 - Black/White with Free Samsung Case + McAfee Lifesafe £169 @ Currys
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Scroll down to under the colours and the offer will show. Will say: " Get a FREE Samsung tablet case & McAfee LiveSafe when you buy this product. Get McAfee LiveSafe include… Read more

Same price in John Lewis with 3 year guarantee or in Argos with £10 voucher.


Mc Afee is only some of the bloat that Samsung pre-installs on their tablets Samsung gets paid to have this bloat on


how is this still over £200, i got one over a year ago from amazonwarehouse for under £100 when they had the 30% off open boxes offer. as for McAfee, i've never heard anything good about it in 31 years On August 19, 2010, Intel announced that it would purchase McAfee for $48 a share in a deal valued at $7.68 billion. On January 6, 2014, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced during the Consumer Electronics Show the name change from McAfee Security to Intel Security. The company's red shield logo would remain, with the firm continuing to operate as a wholly owned Intel subsidiary. John McAfee, who no longer has any involvement in the company, expressed his pleasure at his name no longer being associated with the software. "I am now everlastingly grateful to Intel for freeing me from this terrible association with the worst software on the planet. These are not my words, but the words of millions of irate users. However, as of 2016 the products still bore the McAfee name.


I've had this tablet for over 12mths now lovely piece of kit bought it as a refurb in excellent condition..... As for McAfee no thanks


No thanks on pc either

John Lewis - Samsung Galaxy Tab A Tablet, Android N, 10.1", 32GB, Wi-Fi - £169 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
£30 off this tablet. Cheapest I could find. Free delivery. FREE 3 year guarantee and only pay extra £40 for add accidental damage cover if needed.

Can anyone tell me if the multi user support is enabled by default on Samsung tabs (Tab A or Tab S2 / S3)?... or does it need to be rooted to enable multi user? I know starting Android 5.0, the multi user support is available but some manufacturers do not enable it for some reason....


Sansung dont allow adaoptable storage so cant use it as internal memory which limits the amount of apps like netflix / disney life where you can download for watching offline etc as this is limited to internal. .


Got my tablets delivered today. 2017 model marked on box. 32gb too instead of 16gb in the old 2016 models. Pleased with my purchases (cheeky)

Think you weakened your argument tbh. Purchaser confirms the tablet itself claims to be 2016 yet you believe some Argos rep knows better!?? If major retailers switched from selling the 16GB model to 32GB in 2017 that explains the retailer labelling but it doesn't make it a "2017 model". That's defined by what Samsung say on their website and more importantly on the device itself and when of course it was released.

Spanish language on Samsung website confirms model year: Updated product = new model number; otherwise stock control is impossible. You'll note this with all electronics, eg. different revisions of Xbox, PS4, iPads etc. due to manufacturing revisions over their product life, even if no functional difference (they don't annnounce these). Will apologise though for arguing over such a trivial it really matters!?? Ha, ha.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" - £144.41 @ ebay/tecsave_ltd EXTRA 15% off until 8pm today with code PIGGYBANK
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
32 GB Internal Storage 2GB RAM WIFI Free Delivery/c&c

Only trying to help - ebay is better? If you could be bothered to look at the other sellers on Amazon it can be bought for £158.99 delivered from a seller with 100% feedback if it bothers you that much


Same model but the Amazon seller is Seagull UK - only 88% Positive feedback in last 12 months. I don't think the forum team would allow it to be posted as a deal.


Cheaper on Amazon? I think it is the same model tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0" - £99 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
2 years cover from John Lewis Only 8GB internal storage but can take microSD card up to 128GB Below taken from JLP comments section - "It’s a definite must to install an SD car… Read more
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The M5 is great but your talking a lot more £. Consider the M3 as the specs are nearly identical to the M5's and you get a headphone Jack. If you know where to look, an M3 can be picked up for a touch over Tab A money but much less than the double or triple Tab A money of the M5.


What would be better option. Was thinking the huawei m5, bit more money but spec looks nice.


This tablet still gets its arse kicked by a Nexus 7 2013. No way worth the £.


I rooted my Samsung s4 as the 16gb storage was not enough. I used folder mount and mounted all my software folders to the sd card


If you do get your device rooted, you may well find the package removal/disabler tools have more success as well.

New Galaxy Tab S4 pre order £599 @ Very - £100 back and free keyboard case worth £119
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Pre order the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 and get £100 credit back to your Very account paid by 11th October and claim a free keyboard cover from Samsung - allegedly worth £119.99. M… Read more

did anyone here get the samsung tab s4?


I've owned iPads and android tablets and I prefer the customisation on offer on android tablets. The number of apps specifically made for android tablets are fewer but the games work fine, Google apps work better and you get a bit more bang for your buck. For the s4 you get a pen included and the free keyboard offer is a significant saving compared to the ipad pro which is what this tablet is competing with.


Is this offer still valid its not listen on the Samsung S4 website


@ChocolateEclair I don't see quite how this works. To quailify for the £100 off, do you have to enter into a credit agreement? Then they put £100 in it? They you pay it all off before they charge you interest? But you can still apply for a 'free keyboard etc in advance' from Samsung?


It's brilliant for drawing. Reviews say the Tab S4 is slightly better for drawing but this is coming from professional artists. You won't get anything better for £269.

Samsung galaxy Tab S3 - TobyDeals - £352
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Seems a hell of a lot cheaper than anywhere else. Mixed reviews for TobyDeals though... Reckon it's worth a punt or wait until after 24th August? (Tab S4 release date)
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That's correct, the charger is easy enough to work around but I've not seen Samsung UK honour the warranty on any grey imports. John


This is the standard grey import price, eglobalcentral are the same: Grey import prices will almost always be cheaper than UK standard prices but the tradeoff for most companies is there's no UK warranty so if the device fails, it needs to return to the far east for repair. John


Hmmm, yeah that's what makes me worry a bit, hopefully these guys have set a price for others to drop to.


Let me know bro


Pre ordered the new one but this is a good deal on a great tablet!

Sky Mobile Galaxy tab A6 4G ,Evo Plus 128 micro sd+500 mb internet and unlimited talk/text £8 p/m 24 months. Then £2 per month for 12 months @ Sky (existing customers)
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
You get a Samsung A6 phablet. Samsung 128 GB micro SD with adapter and 500 mb data with unlimited talk and text if existing sky customer. Plus you get 15 GB data as a one off for … Read more
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Look at the 24 month contract.


I hope you realise that if you don't "swap" after 3 years you have to pay for another year right? So the tablet is actually 48m and the aim 24m. That's a 4 year contract for a device that probably won't t last that long


Wrong 24 x £5 = 222 12 x 2 = £24 = £246 for tablet 24 x £3 = 132. = £132 for sim 10 gb free = £20 = £20 - free Sim card 128 gb = £24 - free Total £336 over 3 years and after two you can cancel the sim. This tablet is the one that is a phone as well. plus go through quidco and you get back something from there as well.


5GB is nothing these days, 500MB will be gone in 2-3 days even sky say its a basic allowance "A bite-size portion for email checking and occasional browsing"


36 months. Cold from me

EE Retention deal Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 £21 p/m 24 months £504
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
After being disappointed that mifi Sims not included in the BT sport deal was offered this by ee sales 21gbp a month for 24 months and free BT sport for the duration with cast to C… Read more

Sorry its 8gb but the BT sport streaming doesn't count towards the limit that's the crucial but I missed off. It's the same for all BT sport EE streaming it doesn't use up their data Bit like three and their partner deals




Alot of £ for a not so high spec tab but understand where ur cumin from with the BT sport in the deal. Heat


Why are retention deals down as actual deals? I get that it's a "deal" but only for existing customers AND not everyone will get offered this deal.


What's the data allowance with this deal?

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8" VE Refurbished - £199.99 @ Bargain Crazy
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Samsung Galaxy S2 8" VE tablet refurbished tablet. 1 year warranty as standard.

Unfortunately OOS


I guess with the S4 possibly around the corner prices are dropping.


The 2015 versions (T710 & T715,) have the Exynos CPU, Mali GPU and MHL TV out. The 2016 versions (T713 & T718,) have SD652 and Adreno GPU. By all accounts, the 2016 version is quicker but the GPU isn't as good as the 2015. If you want TV out, you will need the 2015 also. As for this deal, it's cold for me. I've picked up a few of these for friends, (in good condition,) for around £150 from CeX. It's a great tablet and super lightweight. Don't expect good battery life though.


Not the best price bought a new one recently from Samsung for £206 I blame brexit


Thanks for sharing. Is this definitely refurbished? I couldn't see it mentioned in the site? Cosndering replacing my Tab Pro 8.4 that's now giving up the ghost after 4 years.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Tablet with S Pen, Android, 32GB, 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi, 9.7", Black  £469.00 (2 year guarantee included) @John Lewis - £469
Found 1st JulFound 1st Jul
Details on the website but in summary: AMOLED display and 4 speakers for quality entertainment, Pre-loaded with Word, Excel and PowerPoint Includes the S Pen which apparently is … Read more
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Hi Stoney, I also have the S2 8 inch and have been bouncing between the tab S3 and the mediapad M5. Obviously your post was from a month ago...would you still recommend the M5 over the S3? I am looking at buying one or the other tomorrow Cheers


I reckon all retailers are hiking their prices in preparation for a big price drop in September when next one comes out. Then they can say "£250 off!!" When People are looking to buy cheaper. Legally I think they have to have it at a set price for like a month or something before they can say there is a discount after Tesco got done for hiking strawberry prices then dropping them the next day. I've been keeping an eye on this tablet and it's been as low as 300 quid at some major retailers.


I reckon all retailers are hiking their prices in preparation for a big price drop in September when next one comes out. Then they can say "£250 off!!" When People are looking to buy cheaper. Legally I think they have to have it at a set price for like a month or something before they can say there is a discount after Tesco got done for hiking strawberry prices then dropping them the next day.


I reckon all retailers are hiking their prices in preparation for a big price drop in September when next one comes out. Then they can say "£250 off!!" When People are looking to buy cheaper. Legally I think they have to have it at a set price for like a month or something before they can say there is a discount after Tesco got done for hiking strawberry prices then dropping them the next day.


Fair play, this got as cold as minus 400 but it's been positivity voted on now

Galaxy Tab A 10.1 32GB - £172.99 @ mobile-direct-ltd eBay
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Brand new Galaxy Tab A 2018 model Wifi 32GB.
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Fawad_Malik ( this is what samsung says).


Google is your friend


The 32GB model has been launched in 2018 the 2016 model you are taking about is 16gb.


Saw this for £149 in Sainsbury's earlier today.


Awful tablet for the money. Shouldn't even be half that price considering it's only got 2gb of ram. Cold.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Gold 9.7" - As new returns with 12 months warranty £229.99 @ District electricals
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Both black and gold available. Originally bought for my son, but when arrived it was as new do bought on for myself, which was also as new. Box was a bit tatty, but otherwise perfe… Read more

I mean Apple do fairly cheap iPads now at only around £100 more than this. You'd get a much better experience than buying this but if you HAVE to save that £100 then I guess this isn't too bad.


Yes, agree it's a 2 year old model, but even an iPad of that age is substantially more. We have 3 iPads in our house and the S2 is much nicer. Oh well, as I said, if I can help one person, I'm a happy man.😁


It's probably because this is technically a used model, not a new one. The other factor is age. You're talking £229 for a 2 to 4 year old tablet (I believe they silently updated the hd/ware in '16) which is still somewhat steep and will likely stop receiving updates. In fact I don't even think it got Oreo. Yes, Custom ROMs are a thing but to the average joe, they won't want to flash with no technical knowledge. I loved my Tab 3 8.0 until I dropped it down the stairs. You can buy Apple's cheapest iPad and it'd still be newer and much better.



It's the updated variant, although the spec says exynos 1.8, when it is actually a Snapdragon. Mine came with 7.0 installed.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 9.7 WiFi 32GB VE White & Black Variants in Stock! £279 @ Tesco
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
White & Black variants, now with £100 off in the TD clearance. Super AMOLED display - one of the best on the market Samsung’s Super AMOLED display brings clear-cut detail and… Read more

I ordered the 8.0 version and collected this evening My model is the T713 - a quick google tells me this is the VE version which was updated in 2016, sure if I’m reading that incorrectly I’ll be told, and it came with Android 7.0 already on board


If any anyone has bought it can they please confirm its the ve version?


Just ordered the 8.0 After a small android tablet with a great screen and this fits the bill perfectly from what I’ve read


I’m not mate, I assure you - have you not read my other comments? I am not a typical Apple fanboy, I have never chosen/ran an iPhone for starters - I’ve generally opted for the flagship HTC each year, but just recently switched to a P20 Pro (it’s brilliant btw). Disliking iPhones as much as I do, I started off tablet life determined to stick with Android, but after trying around 8 different ones and not being satisfied with them for various reasons, I tried an iPad and have never looked back. I buy the best equipment that I can, with only partial regard for brand, and I’m absolutely of the opinion that iPads are the best tablets.


Have a read of this. Post echoes what I said previously about having options to change the display settings to something cooler, less-punchy if you desire, I have the adaptive display on and it looks great to me but that's a personal thing. Samsung have their faults as does any other company, but you can't honestly fault them on screen quality, and like I said they seem to be good enough for Apple to use in their top-end phone so what does that say? I don't see why iPad/iPhone owners can't accept that there might be a device out there which does something better than the one they own, even Apple know this as otherwise they wouldn't change stuff from one generation to another. Wireless charging being another thing I heard Apple owning people saying they didn't want... until Apple did it years later and then suddenly it's the best thing ever. Don't be a blind sheep mate, Apple doesn't care about you, all they want is your money, same as every other firm out there, competition between them is better for us as consumers.

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