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Samsung giving away Olympic tickets to first 50 Galaxy S3 buyers

Sammy is embracing London 2012 by serving up tickets to the most faithful of Galaxy S3 owners. Time to start sprinting..

Samsung will be giving the first 50 people who pre-ordered a Samsung Galaxy S3 tickets to the Olympics.

The first enthusiastic gadgeteers who turn up at Samsung’s store in Westfield from 5pm will win free tickets to (currently unconfirmed) events at the games, according to Android Central.

Given that Samsung is the official phone manufacturer of the Olympics, the promotion isn’t surprising – especially as it follows on the heels of the Olympic Edition Samsung Galaxy Note, which was unveiled last week.

If you’ve pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S3 then you’d better start stretching and limbering up – you’ll need to sprint down to the launch event next Tuesday, on May 29th at Westfield to beat the competition. And if you haven’t pre-ordered it yet, check out our review of the Galaxy S3 before you make up your mind.

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