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Protect your Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 with these rugged cases on sale

Did you bag a sweet deal on the Galaxy Tab A7 for Black Friday? Samsung and other brands have loads of Android tablets on sale at the moment. Now the first thing we recommend is to buy a case and a screen protector after you get a new phone or tablet. There's no need to risk heartbreak for clout! Keep your spanking new things shiny as day one with sturdy covers.

Attain max levels of protection with these epic rugged cases for your Samsung Galaxy Tab A7. Among these case deals, our top choice is the Otterbox Defender Series Case. The brand has been around for what seems like forever, and for good reason. Otterbox never compromises aesthetics or practicality and that has earned it the honorary title for 2021's best phone case manufacturer here at Android Central.

If you have other devices as well, it's worth looking at other Otterbox products. You can score a case from the Defender, Symmetry, and Commuter Series for your Google Pixel at a sweet price today. Continue browsing past the Otterbox Defender Series deal as we've got a few more Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 case recommendations down below. Those of you who want something that makes more of a statement will be happy with what's on offer.

OTTERBOX Defender Series Case $11 off

$48 at Amazon

Make zero compromises with the reliable Otterbox Defender Series Case for your Galaxy Tab A7. Made from high-end materials, this heavy-duty case is built like a tank and designed like a luxury item. Get one now for $48 this Black Friday.

Suave black cases are fine and all but we're aware that some of you need more jazz. For bright and colorful options, we've got a few more choices here. These Galaxy Tab A7 cases bring rugged capabilities and additional features to your Samsung Tab. With kickstands, built-in screen protectors, and plenty of color combos, the world is your oyster.

Grab a bright Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 case with a place to store your S Pen. These options also include shoulder straps, so they make your Tab A7 easier to carry around. The hard re-inforced corners are accident-proof and suitable for homes with children or clumsy adults.

BLOSOMEET Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Case | 10% off

$27 at Amazon

Cut multiple items off your accessory shopping list with this versatile Galaxy Tab A7 case. BLOSOMEET's offering comes in six cheerful colors including blue and green. You'll get every manner of protection from this rugged case. It comes with a screen protector, carrying straps, a rotating kickstand, and a space for your S Pen. Grab one today for 10% off.

Herize Galaxy Tab A7 Case | 21% off

$21 at Amazon

Choose from eight bright and cheerful shades with this Herize Galaxy Tab A7 Case. It is really durable and you get a screen protector along with the tough case. There are shoulder straps and a rotating stand incorporated into the case. This one's an all-in-one value buy for $21 on sale.

RANTICE Case for Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 | 38% off

$10 at Amazon

If you're o the hunt for a lighter shade, this case from RANTICE comes in a combination of rose gold and gray. There's a black option too. You get a sturdy, bulky cover with drop protection from all angles and a kickstand that pops out of the back. This deal brings its price tag down to an affordable $10.

ProCase Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Case | 49% off

$18 at Amazon

This unique Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 case comes with a handle on top that folds over to prop up the tab. It is perfect for kids as the entire cover is shockproof. It doesn't weigh much so your child won't have trouble carrying it around. This offer cuts the price in half, bringing it down to $18. It comes in five colors.

Source: androidcentral

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