Target throws in free $100 gift cards beside Gear VR with Galaxy S7 pre-orders

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Not sold on T-Mobile’s Galaxy S7 Netflix bundle or Sprint’s buy-one-get-half-off-the-second offer on Samsung’s “next big thing(s)”? Perhaps still waiting to see what LG and its US retail partners have in store as far as G5 pricing and deals go?

Unfortunately for the perennial Korean number two’s financial perspectives, we simply can’t picture a greater bargain than Target’s GS7 right now. For in-store pickup only starting mid-March, the discount retailer lets you reserve a beautiful, super-sharp, powerful and photography-proficient new Android flagship as cheap as $700.

That’s actually the recommended tag, but for a no doubt limited time, it covers a $100 gift card too, which you can use on future Target purchases. And yes, you still qualify for a free Gear VR headset, as well as an Oculus 6-game virtual reality content pack, normally worth a total of 150 bucks.

Adding the coupon to the equation, you save a whopping $250 off the $700 list price, or the same $250 off the $800 charged outright for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Both phones come with 32GB internal storage space and microSD support, and you’re free to activate them on Verizon, AT&T or Sprint.

Each carrier allows you to pick up the S7 and S7 Edge with installment plans if you so choose, starting at around $23 and $26.50 a month respectively, and Verizon and Sprint can even do two-year contracts, as long as you’re willing to pay $200 or $300 upfront. No wonder Samsung targets (pun intended) 40 million+ global sales.

Source: Target

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Adrian has had an insatiable passion for writing since he was in school and found himself writing philosophical essays about the meaning of life and the differences between light and dark beer. Later, he realized this was pretty much his only marketable skill, so he first created a personal blog (in Romanian) and then discovered his true calling, which is writing about all things tech (in English).