Samsung Repairing screens for $50 Only? – See Details

Samsung Repairing screens for $50 Only

Getting a repair for a broken screen on a smartphone creates a massive dent in a user’s pocket. So, Samsung is offering to repair cracked screens on Galaxy smartphones for $50 for a limited time. The $50 screen repair offer is valid from June 13 to June 27. 

The South Korean tech giant is offering these 80% screen repair discounts for only select devices. Additionally, Samsung has some conditions for this Promotion. For instance, it only includes repair of the front screen, excluding fixing the full glass on the back. In addition, it does not cover water damage or replacement of the PBA (product-based assembly or motherboard). 

Moreover, it applies to only mail-in repairs directly through Samsung. Thus, users can’t get a $50 screen repair from authorized Samsung Galaxy repair partners like Best Buy or uBreakiFix. Also, only Samsung Galaxy owners in the US are eligible for this Promotion. Samsung also states that:

To be eligible for the Promotion, the device’s frame and the area around the display meeting the frame bezel must be free of dents or deep scratches around the edge of the device, and the frame must not be bent. To be eligible for the Promotion, customers must have a Samsung Account and start the repair process via the Samsung website, using the Mail-In Service option. This Promotion is not available to redeem at any Samsung Walk-In service repair locations.

Samsung Repairing screens for $50 Only

Here’s a list of devices eligible for a $50 screen repair

  • Galaxy S9/+
  • Galaxy S10/+/5G
  • Galaxy S10e
  • Galaxy S20/+/Ultra
  • Galaxy S21/+/Ultra
  • Galaxy S22/+/Ultra
  • Galaxy Note 9
  • Galaxy Note 10/+
  • Galaxy Note 20/Ultra
  • All Galaxy A series

Unsurprisingly, Samsung is excluding all its foldable devices like the Galaxy Z Fold and Flip devices. In addition, for some reason, the Galaxy S20 FE and S21 FE are also not eligible for this Promotion. Plus, devices released before the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy J devices are also not part of the program. Lastly, users can schedule the $50 screen repair from Samsung’s website.

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Monica Green

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