Save up to $1150 on the Samsung Fold 3 and Flip 3 with this deal

Save big on the latest Galaxy foldable phones as part of the Samsung Winter Event

Samsung Flip 3 deal
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If you've been on the fence about buying a folding phone, this deal might be enough to push you off: Samsung is offering up to $1150 off their flagship Galaxy Z Fold 3, and $650 off the Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke edition. 

It's time to jump or stay on the fence, though, because these deals won't last long.

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Samsung Fold 3: save $1150 (opens in new tab)
The Fold 3 is Samsung's latest foldable flagship phone, and this deal will save you some serious cash It starts with a cool $250 off the Fold 3, plus up to $900 for an eligible trade-in. You'll need to be trading in a Fold 2 to get the full amount, but you'll also get a very attractive $650 instant credit for an iPhone 12 Max Pro, or $350 for a Pixel 3 XL. 

But that's not all. Samsung is also throwing in a free pair of their sweet-sounding Galaxy Buds2. 

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Samsung Flip 3 Bespoke: save $750 (opens in new tab)
Looking for something that reflects your own style? With the Flip 3 Bespoke, you can choose your own color combination for the case at no extra cost. And, with $150 off and up to a $650 trade-in credit, you can afford a new outfit to match. You'll need to trade in a Samsung Fold 2, Samsung S21 or an iPhone 12 Max Pro to get the full trade-in credit, but would you be caught dead carrying last year's phone? Of course not.

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Samsung Flip 3: save $675 (opens in new tab)
This deal starts out with an attractive $75 off, plus the same $650 trade-in credit as the Bespoke edition above. Again, you'll need to trade in a Fold 2 or an iPhone 12 Pro Max to get the top dollar, but you can also get $600 for an iPhone 12 on this deal. 

You'll also get a free case and a free pair of Galaxy Buds2.  That's a sweet-sounding deal for one of our top phones of 2021. 

Richard Baguley has been writing about technology since the 1990s, when he left a promising career in high finance to work on Amiga Format magazine for Future. It has been downhill for him ever since, writing for publications such as PC World, Wired and He has tested gadgets as diverse as 3D printers to washing machines. For T3, he covers laptops, smartphones, and many other topics. He lives near Boston in the USA with his wife, one dog, and an indeterminate number of cats.