A new Amazon sign up page for prospective buyers of Samsung's newly announced Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge flagship smartphones has appeared with a special discount offer for those who apply.
Samsung just announced its new Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones, and hot on the heels of the big reveal, Amazon has begun preparing for their anticipated release with a special sign up page for potential buyers. Customers who sign up before March 31 to receive the latest information on the availability of the new devices will also receive a special code good for 10% off of any accessory for either of the new devices.
While the exact release date for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge has not been officially announced, credible rumors are circulating that April 10 will be the day. Yesterday, the Verizon Galaxy S6, Verizon Galaxy S6 Edge and T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge all cleared the FCC, paving the way for release shortly. Amazon typically sells smartphones with a choice of service from all of the big three carriers, Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, and it can be safe to assume that Samsung's new devices will be available through Amazon from all three.
The good news is that you don't have to actually purchase a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge from Amazon in order to take advantage of the sign up deal. In other words, you can buy the phone directly from any carrier that sells it, or any other retailer such as Best Buy, Walmart, Costco, and Target, all of which are expected to carry it. You can purchase a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge accessory from Amazon separately from your actual device purchase and still receive the discount.
The sign up has no requirements or commitments attached. All you have to do is visit the dedicated page on Amazon's website, and sign up for email alerts regarding the release of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The maximum savings allowed from use of the offer is $30, and the sign up period expires at the end of March. The promised code will be delivered by e-mail on or before May.1, but we strongly suspect it will come before or on the release date of the phones in order to encourage purchases of the devices directly from Amazon.