However, these deals won’t be around for much longer – with the free Galaxy Buds deal ending on September 29 and the free Disney+ offer ending a day later on September 30.
If you want to claim your free Galaxy Buds 2 Pro you will need to head to this website and submit your details within 60 days of your purchase.
This freebie is especially impressive, considering the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro only launched a few weeks ago at the same time as the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4.
Besides these Disney+ and Galaxy Buds freebies, a number of other offers are available on the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 which will last for a while longer.
Whichever foldable you choose you can save hundreds of pounds when you trade-in your old device.
If you go for the Z Fold 4 you’ll be able to save up to £580 when you trade-in your old handset, and with the Z Flip 4 you will get a guaranteed trade-in value of £250 on your old phone.
The trade-in promotions for these new foldable phones are available until October 31. Another promotion Samsung is running on both the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 that ends in October is an extra discount when you purchase a Galaxy Watch 5.
Anyone that adds this new wearable to their basket when they purchase one of Samsung’s new foldable phones will be able to get 15 percent off, with this deal running until October 3.
And the other freebie that’s available is with the Z Fold 4. Until the end of the year if you get a Z Fold 4 from Samsung you’ll be able to claim a free Note pack that’s worth almost £90.
This pack – which usually would be priced at £89.99 – includes a free case, S Pen and charger.
The Z Flip 4 is available from £999 while the Z Fold 4 is priced from £1,649.
Like with other products on the Samsung website, you can make your purchase more affordable by spreading the cost of your device across 12 to 36 monthly payments.
Not only will this help you pay off your new phone in bite-sized chunks, but Samsung also offers zero percent APR – so you won’t have to pay any extra to have the luxury of paying off your device with monthly payments.