Best Samsung Student Discounts 2022

Students across the country will soon return to school. If you’re buying new gear, a Samsung student discount is a great way to save. The manufacturer is offering students up to 30% off all purchases. This includes discounts on Galaxy phones, 4K TVs, Chromebooks, and more. It’s an easy way to make the most of Samsung’s back-to-school sales.

You’ll need to confirm your eligibility, but once your Samsung student discount kicks in, you’ll also get higher trade-in credits when you trade in old devices for new ones. To sign up for your Samsung student discount, you’ll need to use your school’s email address or an ID.me verified email ID. Here’s how to set up your account. (Plus, be sure to check out our Samsung promo codes page for the best coupons this week).

Who is Eligible for a Samsung Student Discount

Samsung student discounts are open to students who use their school email address or an ID.me verified email address to register with Samsung. Go to the Samsung Education Store website (opens in a new tab) and at the top of the page you will find a section where you can login/register.

Which Samsung Products Have a Student Discount

Samsung has a rotating set of offers for students. While there’s no set percentage discount, the deals can save you up to $300 on the best Chromebooks or the best Android phones.

Worth Bookmarking Samsung Student Offers Homepage (opens in a new tab) and check it regularly to see the latest sales. Keep in mind that some of the most popular discounts don’t last long, so students should shop before the items expire.

How to Claim Your Samsung Student Discount

To claim your Samsung student discount, you must have an online account with the retailer. You can do this easily on the Samsung website. just click on the top banner of the Student Hub (opens in a new tab) section. Once you’ve set up your free Samsung account, you’ll be ready to take advantage of the student offers available.

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