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Get a Galaxy Gear Smartwatch From T-Mobile for $210 Thanks to Coupon

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If you want to score the Galaxy Gear smartwatch for just $210, then you better hurry on over to the T-Mobile website and pick one up. Once the watch is added to your cart, simply apply coupon code “fallfun30” for $90 off of the $299.99 price tag. That’s a steal if we have ever seen one. 

We have one confirmation of the process working, but who knows if T-Mobile will bring a quick halt to this deal. Go get it while you can!

Coupon Code: fallfun30

Via: T-Mobile 

Cheers Jim!

  • Owen Walter

    I have a Verizon Galaxy S3 would it matter at all if I bought the Gear from T-Mobile?

  • Ops1

    My order was canceled just called said they would call me back I’m pissed

  • Muaz Rizvi

    they’re canceling any orders made using that code. Just had my order for 2 Galaxy Gears canceled.

  • Sam Rubin

    I too got the “cancelled” email from T-Mobile, but I called their Corporate Office (800-318-9270) and spoke to a member of the Executive Response Team and expressed my displeasure. They told me that if I ordered the Galaxy Gear watch from their website for $299 they would expedite/mail me a check for the difference to so that I would pay the same amount as my original order ($209 + tax/shipping). I placed the order online while I had the person on the phone and they saw that I placed the order and have noted my account and I should get the check in 7 – 10 days. Mission Accomplished!

    • Sam Rubin

      Just got this email…

      Sam,

      Hello, I have processed a refund check for $97.16 in association with sales order 3XXXXXXXX5. Thank You.

      PXX XXXXXXXXX
      Executive Response
      Office of the President

    • pbolton70

      Hey DL staff you have in the past got in contact with these companies and called them on the carpet and made them accountable. Is there any chance you will do this time?

  • kenjh2

    They cancelled my order. Looking real classy T-Mobile.

    Dear T-Mobile Customer,

    Our apologies. You recently ordered an item that was listed at an incorrect price: the Samsung Galaxy Gear™. We are unable to fulfill this transaction. Rest assured, your credit card has not been charged.

    You can reorder the Samsung Galaxy Gear at the correct price here.

    We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for being a T-Mobile customer. We truly appreciate your business.

    Thank you,

    T-Mobile Customer Care

    • Sam Rubin

      You should call their corporate office… they just honored the price for me. See my recent comment.

      • kenjh2

        Thanks! I will try this out.

        • Sam Rubin

          I asked if I could post their contact information on here but they said not to as it is a case-by-case, but a simple Google Search will find their corporate/executive extensions.

          They were very nice. I said when other companies, like United/Delta make fare mistakes they ensure that no other tickets can be bought and then they honor the mistakes that were made. T-Mobile should learn from them… they agreed. It took all of 5 minutes.

  • Herach Andrews

    Just go an Email from T-Mobile saying this:

    “Dear T-Mobile Customer,

    Our apologies. You recently ordered
    an item that was listed at an incorrect price: the Samsung Galaxy Gear™. We are
    unable to fulfill this transaction. Rest assured, your credit card has not been
    charged.

    You can reorder the Samsung Galaxy Gear at the correct
    price here.

    We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. Thank
    you for being a T-Mobile customer. We truly appreciate your business.

    Thank you,

    T-Mobile Customer Care”

    That Sucks. I’m not paying $300.00 for that thing. Good bye T-Mobile. You don’t even honor the price to your own customers.

    • pbolton70

      Yep got the same email you did around the same time. This is BS. they should honor the price it is not our fault but instead they wonder why they are still #4. DL you should get an official statement from them

      • Sam Rubin

        Call their corporate office… they just honored the price for me. See my recent comment.

        • pbolton70

          Thanks Sam,
          I did that as well 9thanks for the #) and they did a new order and were able to adjust the price and give me free next biz day shipping to boot. No waiting for a refund check for this in check for me :)

    • Sam Rubin

      I called their corporate office… they just honored the price for me. See my recent comment.

  • Toni F

    If you could pay $300 for a designer bag, sneakers, shoes, jewelry, an outfit or a watch like invictus, coach, Michael kors, then I would imagine most of those people own this watch, it may not do alot but it certainly does more then the above mentioned items.

  • Herach Andrews

    Yeap. The coupon is definitely dead. I just tried on all three colors. It is a NOGO.

  • Jason

    Coupon is dead now

  • Kiki Woods

    it works i purchased mine today but beige is the only color available

  • Sam Rubin

    Anyone know if I get this watch through T-Mobile due to the discount and use it with a Verizon Note 3 (when it comes out next week) will work? Is the watch carrier specific… it does not seem like it would be.

    • pbolton70

      No it is not carrier dependent.

  • EnX$$

    this thing should not sale for more than $70 max

  • pbolton70

    Yep but walking through the check out they show it back ordered till 10/07/2013 now. So there must have been enough people that think it is cheap enough. Well or some people getting ready to go ebaying once they receive it…lol

  • Visual360

    pffft. back ordered now.

  • S9779

    I put in on order. If it goes threw at this price I know I can make money on eBay if I don’t like it. Nothing much to lose if you ask me. Also I see a lot of folks talking about price and build quality. There is just no way a device with these feature could ever sell for 150. 00 and be profitable. Look at what crappie sells ipod Nanos for.

  • rdoib

    Piece of junk

  • kempsterx5

    I just ordered mine for 90.00 off and if I don’t like it I can always sale on eBay or Amazon after I play with it for a while, what the heck you only live once.

  • Eric

    Wait that’s a deal?

  • http://techonblogger.ward.pro/ Stynkfysh

    As a person always looking for a bargain, I was all set to order then reflected on it for a moment and realized – Still don’t see the need for it :( I just wanted to play with it.

    • KleenDroid

      My issue with it is that it needs to be charged everyday.

      • Phillies3429

        Agreed. If this had like a 3-5 day battery life. I would probably get one.

  • Blue Sun

    I’m still pretty happy with my Motoactv which I bought over a year ago for $200 USD. As others have stated, I think $200 USD is the sweet spot.

  • Rob Schoenfeld

    Man you’d have to pay me to wear that goofy looking thing.

  • mcdonsco

    I just got the Sony sw2 and found that the email notifications do not work on most phones (except of course Sony’s) … Everything else works, but no email notifications? Fail. Its going back.

    The Samsung is interesting however its an immediate dont even bother ordering fail since it doesn’t work with anything but the galaxy line (and currently still only the note 3 right?).

    I guess ill have to wait to see what Google, Motorola and/or the dreaded fruit does.

    • KleenDroid

      There are a lot of people who own Samsung phones.

      They made the choice not to worry about those that don’t.

    • Guest

      my sony gets email updates, did you download the email app?

    • pbolton70

      They are going to add support for all other Galaxy devices and other phones as well.

  • Nayners

    Pass. I’m waiting for that Moto Smartwatch. Right, Tim? ;)

    • http://www.droid-life.com/ Tim-o-tato

      Droid Life and its writers don’t comment on rumor or speculation. :)

      • rthvk

        Tim you totally screwed that embargo over. I knew they told you guys extra stuff at the Moto X event :)

  • Herach Andrews

    Hey guys, I just put an order through and was successful. estimated delivery date 10/10/13. Total $228.00 including Tax and Shipping. Now, I don’t know if Im going to get it or not but I did it. Great deal.

  • Pedro

    Will it work with my Nexus?
    Shame.

    Wouldn’t buy it anyway.

    • chris_johns

      this^

  • crazed_z06

    Tempting, but it’s still over 200 bucks :(

  • maclifer

    If it was called iWatch, any price would probably be appropriate. ;-)

    • Godzilla

      Oh im sure if they ever make one it’ll be 300 or more.

    • chris_johns

      RonWatch

  • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

    Still not cheap enough

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  • Godzilla

    I was so excited for this watch and then Samsung screwed it up with the price and limited apps and phones supported.

    Sony watch is looking far better and also the Omate watch.

  • Rechie

    I still think that’s way too overpriced at that price point.

    • Godzilla

      indeed

    • http://www.droid-life.com/ Tim-o-tato

      Name your price? $99? $149?

      • Godzilla

        For this? 200 tops.

      • Godzilla

        The only smart watch ive seen that should be worth 300 is the Omate watch and the only reason for that is the pure build quality behind it.

        • Rechie

          The Omate Watch looks like quality as far as craftsmanship goes. I wouldn’t really wanna wear such bulk though. Smartwatches gave me the idea of bringing anklet monitors in fashion… Maybe I should kickstart another breed of phone companion, the Smart Anklet Monitor.

          • Godzilla

            it does look big for sure.

      • Greyhame

        $10. Not compatible with any of my devices. This device is a fail.

      • Rechie

        $149 is a decent price point for this. Although $99 or less seems like the fair price for it.

        • Godzilla

          149 is probably the sweet spot for smart watches