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MOTHER'S DAY GIFT GUIDE

MOTHER'S DAY GIFT GUIDE

by Robbie Imes, 2 min read


 

 

When you think about family you might think about holidays. And with holidays there's always an opportunity to gift. Dads' gifts are supposed to be functional, if not a little easy to choose. But maybe you want mom's gifts to shine just a little brighter some years.

With Mother’s Day right around the corner – if you can believe it – the time to choose a great gift for her is now. 

With all the amazing things you can offer the great, nurturing women in your life, you might find it hard to narrow down what to get. So many awesome gifts, so little time to decide.

Why not go the electronics route this year? There are tons of incredible new offers on devices and accessories that a mom could love. Whether they’re a mother on the go, vacation bound, or just need a thoughtful device upgrade at a great price, AT&T has created an excellent list of must-have items and offers that all mothers can love, and maybe everyone else in the family, too – including you. 

 

Below is a sneak peek of a few items on this amazing list. 

Check all the great items and deals in the AT&T Mother's Day Gift Guide

Samsung Galaxy S22 

Learn how you can get a Samsung Galaxy S22 for free with trade-in offers. 

 

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Galaxy

Galaxy Watch4 Series

Take advantage of a buy one Galaxy Watch4 Series, get one free opportunity for Mother's Day.

 

 

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Galaxy Watch

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go

Ok, now could be your chance to get 50% off Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go. See how

 

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go

Apple iPhone 13 - Green

It's the latest iPhone for up to $700 off. See how to get this amazing deal

 

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Check out other great items and deals in the AT&T Mother's Day Gift Guide

 

 

 

 


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The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.