Remember the Samsung Galaxy S II pre-order promo a few months back. The device was offered as a pre-order discount, with a free case, for a limited period. After the pre-order period the Samsung Galaxy S II immediately appeared on the store shelves at a below the suggested retail price which basically made only free case as th advantage for getting one on pre-order.
Well, it has happened again, this time with the Samsung Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note has a suggested retail price of Php35,990, and was offered on a pre-order promo at a discounted price of Php33,990, plus a free flip case an a one months subscription to the Philippine Daily Inquirer Digital Edition valued at Php1,120.
Yesterday, the Galaxy Note showed up at CMK Cellphones at a price of Php31,000 with an official warranty from Samsung Philippines. Basically, from CMK you get the Galaxy Note at Php4,990 less than the suggested retail price, and and Php2,990 less than the pre-order price.
So is the free flip case an a one months subscription to the Philippine Daily Inquirer Digital Edition worth Php2,990?
Samsung better get their pre-order promotion in order. This is getting tiring.