Galaxy Gifts

As it did with the Galaxy S5, Samsung has loaded its new Galaxy Tab S tablets up with a sizeable list of "Galaxy Gifts", buyers picking up one of the company's new 8.4 or 10.5-inch slates will get up to 29 'gifts,' with highlights including 50GB of Dropbox space for 2 years, one year of Evernote Premium and six-month trial subscriptions to The Economist, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. More after the break.

Galaxy Gifts

Service Deal
Asphalt 8 Free car pack item (Worth of $20)
Bitcasa 3 months subscription of 1TB Storage
Bloomberg Businessweek+ 12 months trial subscription
Box 50GB for 6 months
Blurb $5 coupon
Cisco WebEX Meetings 6 month free subscription and unlimited meetings
Colossatron Free game download plus 60 Power Orbs (Worth of $5.99)
Conde Nast Magazines Free special editions of Vogue, GQ and more
Cut the Rope 2 Free in-game items (Worth of $15)
Dropbox 50GB of included space for 2 years (100GB for $99/year)
Easilydo 6 months trial subscription
Evernote Premium Service for 1 year
Family Guy Premium in-game credit (Worth of $15)
Fruit Ninja Free game download plus 10,000 Starfruits (Worth of $5.99)
Hancom Office Documents on-the-go for Android
Kindle for Samsung Samsung Book Deals; One free book per month
Learn English - Voxy 3 months trial subscription of Premium English Training Course
LinkedIn LinkedIn Premium – Business account for 3 months
LIVESPORT.TV* 6 months trial subscription
Marvel Unlimited 3 months trial subscription of Marvel Unlimited digital comics
Paypal Paypal Merchant discounts and special offers (Worth of $50)
Pocket 6 months trial premium subscription
Real Player Cloud 6 months trial of 100GB 'Gold' Subscription
Remote PC 2 year trial subscription
The Economist 6 months trial subscription
The Wall Street Journal 6 months trial subscription
The Washington Post 6 months trial subscription
The New York Times 12 weeks trial digital subscription
Workout Trainer 6-month trial of premium service



Reader comments

Samsung packs Tab S tablets full of Galaxy Gifts


As long as 2 in 10 forget to cancel their "trials" the companies make $$$.

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not really cause u dont have to give any credit card info so once ur trail is over thats it. it doesnt renew cause there is no info to pay for it

Is there a reason my bosses S3 came with 2yrs 50gb Dropbox, while my s4 came with nothing and my s5 with 6mo 50gb of box sucks.