World Backup Day is tomorrow; save some cash with these Samsung deals

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March 31st is World Backup Day, a time to assess what our backup solutions look like and a time for those without a backup solution to buy one. Backing up files and documents is an important part of ones digital life. It’s important to have copies of those important documents and cherished moments otherwise you risk losing all of it.

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Samsung makes some of the best backup and storage solutions for consumers and tomorrow, March 31st they are holding a World Backup Day sale. Here’s some of the sales you’ll be able to score tomorrow and tomorrow only.

Samsung has several other deals this week for consumers looking to save all their content to a compact, lightweight, and secure backup device.  

  • T7 Shield 1TB – on sale now through 4/2 for $79.99 (save $30) 
  • T7 Shield 2TB – on sale now through 4/2 for $139.99 (save $60) 
  • T7 2TB – on sale now through 4/2 for $139.99 (save $40) 
  • USB Type-C 256GB – on sale starting 3/27 through 4/2 for $32.99 (save $5) 

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