At some point or another, we’ve all damaged a screen, and the fix isn’t exactly inexpensive. But for a limited time, Samsung will fix a Galaxy smartphone’s broken screen for just $50.
Update 9/13: As part of an event in September 2022, Samsung is providing 50% off screen repairs. For more information, see below.
$50 FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY SCREEN REPAIRS Between June 13 and June 27, Samsung is discounting screen repairs for a few devices by as much as 80%. That reduces the price of some Galaxy screen repairs to around $50, which is a fantastic bargain.
some conditions is available through Samsung for this promotion, though. This does not involve mending the back glass; it solely addresses damage to the front screen. The PBA (product board assembly, often known as the motherboard), or any water damage, are also not covered.
The promotion is also only valid for mail-in repairs made directly to Samsung; authorized Samsung Galaxy repair partners like Best Buy or uBreakiFix do not provide $50 screen repairs. Additionally, eligibility is limited to US citizens.
Samsung goes on to say:
The device frame, the region around the display where it meets the frame bezel, and the frame itself must not be bent in order for the device to be eligible for the promotion. Customers must have a Samsung Account and begin the repair procedure through the Samsung website using the Mail-In Service option in order to be eligible for the promotion. No Samsung Walk-In service or repair locations are accepting this promotion.
WHICH TECHNOLOGIES ARE ELIGIBLE? Naturally, in order to take advantage of the promotion and receive your $50 screen repair, you must also own a Galaxy smartphone. Here are the models that qualify:
Galaxy S9 Plus Galaxy S10 Plus 5G S10e Galaxy Samsung S20/ /Ultra Ultra Galaxy S21/ S22/ /Ultra Galaxy SAMSUNG NOTE 9 Galaxy Note 20/Ultra and Note 10/ Samsung is notably, and reasonably, removing all of its foldable smartphones from this issue with the Galaxy A series. The Galaxy Z Fold and Flip devices are not included, and interestingly enough, neither are the Galaxy S20 FE nor S21 FE. Finally, all Galaxy J devices and everything released before the Galaxy S8 are not eligible.