Best Android Tablet Deals for Black Friday 2020

Finding decent Android tablet deals isn't going to be tough this holiday season. Beginning in mid-October, we'll be seeing Black Friday tablet deals popping up earlier than ever. Of course, there are always opportunities to save on tablets even when it's not one of the biggest shopping events of the year. We're gathering all the best Android tablet deals as well as the best Black Friday deals once they're announced and listing them all right here to make saving on your next tablet simple.

Best Android tablet deals

With all the various Android tablets to choose from, you might be wondering which tablet is actually worth buying. We've created a few guides that can help you figure out which are the best of the best, from the best Android tablets to best Samsung tablets, and best Android tablets for students, though there are plenty more to consider as well. We're routinely updating the list below with the best tablet deals for all price points so you can find one that fits your budget.

Best Android tablet deals

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 | Up to $547.50 off at Samsung

The all new Galaxy Tab S7 can be yours for just over $100. You'll save up to $450 by trading in an eligible device (phone or tablet), and another $97.50 can be saved via Samsung's Discount Program which is easily accessible for students, first responders, military, government workers, and more. Samsung is also offering a free MOGA game controller and 3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with the purchase.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e | From $324.99 at Samsung

Featuring a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display, 64GB storage, and built-in Bixby Voice Assistant, the Galaxy Tab S5e can help control compatible smart home devices using SmartThings, includes microSD card support, and lasts for over 14 hours on a single charge. This deal saves you $75 when you trade-in an eligible device.

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Dragon Touch K10 Tablet | $98.99 at Amazon

The Dragon Touch K10 tablet is equipped with a 10-inch IPS HD display and a quad-core processor, along with 16GB storage and a microSD card slot to expand its storage by up to 128GB. It's currently $90 off and you'll save an additional $11 by clipping the coupon on its product page.

$98.99 at Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-inch | $99.99 at Best Buy

The 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A is now down to $100 at Best Buy, saving you $50 off its regular price. This 32GB tablet has a 2.0GHz processor and has a microSD card slot so you can upgrade its storage capacity.

$99.99 at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch | from $199.99 at Best Buy

Best Buy's giving customers the chance to save up to $130 on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A from 2019. This 10.1-inch tablet features 32GB storage and is only available in black for this low price.

$199.99 at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e | $40 off at Best Buy

Choose between Silver, Black, and Gold models of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e and save $40 instantly today at Best Buy. These tablets feature a 10.5-inch display and 64GB storage.

$359.99 at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab E | $129.99 at Best Buy

Best Buy is offering $70 off the Samsung Galaxy Tab E for a limited time. This model features a 9.6-inch display, 16GB storage, and a 12-hour battery life.

$129.99 at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 10.4-inch | from $164.99 at Samsung

Trade-in an eligible device (phone or tablet) to save $155 on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite at Samsung. You can score an extra $30 in savings via the Samsung Discount Program.

$164.99 at Samsung

Though the biggest shopping holiday of the year hasn't arrived just yet, we'll be listing all the best Black Friday deals on tablets right here as soon as they're available. Until then, we're showcasing the best tablet deals you can snag right now for those who don't want to wait any longer before making the purchase.



Source: androidcentral

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