While supplies last, buy a Galaxy Tab S8 or Tab S8 + at a substantial discount

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Only the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus, which lists for $1,199.99, is offered with 512GB of capacity. Those looking for a (slightly) smaller Samsung tablet will have to make do with 128 or 256 gigs of local digital storage space, which cost $569.99 or $759.99, respectively.

If you use the links on this page to make a purchase, we might receive a commission. With significant discounts on many of the best phones money can currently buy (not to mention tablets, smartwatches, and other devices), Best Buy’s top Labor Day deals should already cover all of your needs, preferences, and budgets. However, the retailer appears to have added another substantial sale that is only available for 24 hours. You can get a tonne of different Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8+ models as part of this fantastic promotion at incredibly low prices in a variety of colours. We’re only discussing non-cellular versions of Samsung’s most recent 11 and 12.4-inch powerhouses, which have internal storage space ranging from 128 to 256 GB.


  • Large, crisp, and fitted with a cutting-edge Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, The Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8+ are perhaps only surpassed by its even larger Ultra brother as some of the best Android tablets available, not just for being the best Samsung tablets.

  • For the latter two price points, Best Buy (as well as Samsung, Amazon, and other significant authorised US sellers) has reduced the prices by a cool $130 and $140, respectively, so those who like jumbo-sized tablets will pay $140 and $172.50 less than usual for 128 and 256GB storage, respectively.

Granted, the Tab S8+ has (amazingly) previously been discounted even further, but as of this writing, Best Buy’s prices are by far the most alluring ones available, far outpacing, for example, Samsung’s first-party price drops.

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