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Open box first-gen Galaxy Buds are $65 (50% off) on eBay

Samsung's latest Galaxy Buds+ are some of our favorite true wireless earbuds, but we shouldn't forget the original Galaxy Buds either. Although they lack some of the fancy new features found in this year's model, they still sound and feel great. They arguably even look better, thanks to a matte finish as opposed to the gloss of the Buds+. The price difference between the two models is usually only $20, but eBay is currently selling open-box first-gen Buds for only $65 (50% off).

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The BTS Edition Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy Buds+ will be available in the US

The Korean phenomenons BTS and Samsung have teamed up to release special editions of the Galaxy S20+, S20+ 5G, and the Galaxy Buds+, as previously leaked. Like the Galaxy Note10's Star Wars edition and the Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games version before them, the products come with cosmetic software changes, another coat of paint, custom packaging, and extra goodies in the box. They'll even be available in the US, which is unusual.

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The first-gen Samsung Galaxy Buds are $90 today on Amazon

They're not Samsung's most current earbuds, but the first-generation Galaxy Buds are still a very solid true wireless option, featuring conveniences like USB-C and wireless charging. They retail for $130, but you can pick up a pair today for just $90 on Amazon.

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Snag a pair of refurbished Galaxy Buds from Best Buy today for just 60 bucks

The first-generation Galaxy Buds were released last year to great acclaim for their well-rounded sound quality, above-average battery life, and comfortable design. Even though they aren't the new kids on the block anymore, they're still a solid option that's hard to resist now that they're so cheap.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds+ review, two months later: Still the true wireless go-to

Back when I first reviewed them in March, I was very impressed with the Samsung Galaxy Buds+: they managed to improve on the already-solid original Galaxy Buds in a couple of key ways while keeping their price competitive at an MSRP of $150. I've been using the Buds+ ever since, and after nearly 200 hours of listening, they're still not easy to find fault with.

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Samsung Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra pre-orders will reportedly come with free Galaxy Buds+

As we're getting closer to the official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup, more details are continuing to leak regarding the upcoming handset. After seeing renders of the phone's official covers, new information reveals early buyers should get a free pair of Galaxy Buds+ when pre-ordering the phone.

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Start working off that winter blubber with the Samsung Galaxy Fit and Buds for just $150 ($80 off)

It's still New Year's resolution time (right?), and that means plenty of us are trying to keep an eye on our fitness goals. If you've been hitting the gym, though, you know it can get grunty in there. Luckily, Samsung has a deal to help drown out the gym noise and track your hard work in the process: pick up a Galaxy Fit along with a pair of Galaxy Buds in Aura Glow Silver for a crazily low $150 ($80 off).

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Manufacturer refurbished Samsung Galaxy Buds are $85 ($45 off)

If you weren't fast enough to get a pair of Galaxy Buds for $75 last week, here's a second chance. You can grab refurbished buds for just $85, which is $45 less than what you'd pay for a new product.

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[Update: Sold out] Open-box Samsung Galaxy Buds are down to just $75 on eBay ($55 off)

When we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy buds, we liked their design, sound quality, battery life, and price. Even though the latter was more than reasonable at $130, you can now snatch them for just $75, provided you don't care about the official packaging.

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Galaxy Buds on sale for $80 ($50 off) after rebate at Verizon

The Galaxy Buds is Samsung's third generation of fully wireless Bluetooth earbuds, and it's on sale this weekend for just $80. Verizon is selling both colors for $100, down from $130, with an additional $20 rebate available in the form of a prepaid debit card.

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