With its local launch culminating yesterday, Samsung Galaxy Note10 series users are in for a host of benefits in the UAE. The Galaxy Note10 retails for Dh3,499 whereas the Galaxy Note10+ starts at Dh3,999. By purchasing either, you will unlock a world of exclusive rewards, enabling you to save as much as Dh10,000.
Retail and lifestyle perks
When you next go shopping, your Galaxy Note10 series smartphone may serve as many discount codes. At more than 3,000 fashion brands, you will be able to avail saving voucher with up to 20 per cent off on luxury perfumes, cosmetics and watches from Paris Gallery. For your entertainment needs, you can avail Dh3,600 worth of gaming gifts from Netmarble and a 35 per cent off on a one-day ticket to either Ferrari World, Yas Waterworld or Warner Brothers Studios in Abu Dhabi. Of course, with access to the Entertainer, you will be able to avail more than 1,000 buy-1-get-1-free vouchers.
The Galaxy Note10+ series leaves nothing behind for people who want to live an active lifestyle either. A one-month free trial of workout classes at ClassPass and a complimentary two-week free meal plan when you sign up with Kcal could kick-start your fitness journey into full gear. But if you feel like binge watching in bed instead, a three-month subscription to StarzPlay will sort you out for unlimited access to the latest movies and TV shows.
Frequent travellers will also be able to use the Galaxy Note10 series to their advantage. On Cleartrip, consumers can avail a 30 per cent off on flights and hotels whereas they can save up to Dh1,200 on Careem rides. For those interested in home services, Helpbit provides 25 per cent off.
With Accor Hotels, the smartphone offers 25 per cent off on hotel stays, restaurants and spas at more than 200 hotels in the Middle East. Whereas your VIP membership with myConcierge will provide access to hand-picked exclusive experiences in the region.
With a deeper partnership with the UNDP, you can contribute and support any of the Global Goals you choose, right from your phone.
Users will be empowered to fight poverty with the ability to donate earnings from ads and consequently support a better cause.