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Update: This deal is even better for Cyber Monday.
Several sites are offering the Samsung GalaxyTab A (2019 model) 10.1″ Wi-Fi 32GB for $159.99, but you can stack deals to get that down to an even better price and there are several ways to stack it depending on what you have available to you.
Stack 1: Samsung.com
Samsung.com is offering the tablet here. (our affiliate link)
If you have the current Chase Offer for Samsung (available on some Chase business cards), that takes 20% off for a net cost of $127.99. (20% back on $159.99 = $32 back)
Shopping portal Rakuten is currently offering
10% / 10x 15% / 15x at Samsung.com, which would be a further $24 or 2,400 Membership Rewards points.
That drops the next cost down to $103.99 (or maybe less if you value the Membership Rewards points more highly). That’s a pretty good deal for a brand new 10.1″ tablet from a major manufacturer!
Stack 2: Best Buy
Best Buy is also offering the same $159.99 price (our affiliate link). While the Samsung Pay offer for 20% back at Best Buy (targeted) excludes tablets, the Retailmenot offer for 10% back (up to $70 back) does not exclude tablets. I’d therefore recommend using Retailmenot.
That drops the next cost to $143.99.
However, if you need two of these tablets, your order would be high enough ($319.98) to trigger the current Amex Offer for $30 back on $300+ (or 3,000 Membership Rewards points depending on your offer). After portal cash, your net cost would be a respectable $118.99 each assuming you use the cash back form of the Amex Offer.
Stack 3: Dell.com
Dell.com is also offering the same tablet for $159.99 here. Shopping portal TopCashBack is offering 11% cash back at the time of writing. Rakuten is offering 10% / 10x. Alaska Mileage Plan is offering 8 miles per dollar. Which you choose depends on which rewards you value the most.
Assuming you’re just going for cash back your net cost after portal rewards (11% back) would be $142.39.
If you have the American Express Business Platinum card and have not yet used your $100 semi-annual Dell credit yet for this half of the year, you could drop your net price today to $42.39.
Alternatively, you may have an Amex Offer good for 10% back at Dell. That would drop the net cost from $142.39 to $126.39 (since both the 10% back from Amex and 11% back from TopCashBack will be based on the full $159.99 price).
Just note that you can not stack the Amex Offer and $100 Dell credit. Dell has been clawing back the Amex Offer on people who have stacked it, even after they have closed their accounts.
All of the above deals are of course exclusive of sales tax, which will vary based on your situation. Additionally, if you have a grocery store nearby running a fuel points promotion, you might be able to save more by first purchasing gift cards and then using them through a shopping portal (YMMV). Overall, this is a pretty nice looking deal for a name-brand 10.1″ tablet.