Don’t forget to claim your free Gear VR if you pre-ordered a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge

While we’ve known about the Samsung Gear VR freebie escorting early Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge purchases stateside since day one, a dedicated promotion section on Samsung’s website is only now live for you to register through.

It’s obviously important to do that as soon as possible, given the deal is merely valid “while supplies last.” Technically, March 18 is the expiration date for qualifying S7/S7 Edge acquisitions, but Gear VR inventory could run out way earlier.

After all, what’s not to like about this special offer? Apart from netting you probably the best smartphone in the world (the LG G5 isn’t available yet), it lets you in on an immersive virtual reality experience at no additional costs.

Normally, the Gear VR headset would set you back $100, and the 6-game pack further provided for free by Oculus typically fetches a separate 50 bucks. Just remember to redeem your gifts by entering your e-mail address at the source link below, following the instructions, and uploading an image of your GS7 receipt.

The handhelds can be bought from a wide array of US retailers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Costco, and Sam’s Club, and a few of these will offer extra or alternative deal sweeteners. Some might even give you the Gear VR themselves in physical stores, otherwise deliveries taking anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks.

Finally, it’s good to know it doesn’t matter how you buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge. Installment plans, two-year contracts, leases and outright purchases at full retail prices, they’re all eligible for the virtual reality-enhancing freebies.

Source: Samsung Promotions

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