These are the Best Galaxy S21 Ultra Deals in Summer 2021: Where to buy Samsung’s flagship?

These are the Best Galaxy S21 Ultra Deals in Summer 2021: Where to buy Samsung’s flagship?

The Galaxy S21 series is Samsung’s 2021 flagship smartphone lineup. It made its debut earlier this year, and if you’re planning to buy the Galaxy S21 Ultra, you can save some money by taking one of the available deals for the phone. The smartphone was launched at a starting price of $1,200 but e-retailers like Amazon, and even Samsung’s own online store, are now offering it at discounted prices. We’ve selected the best Galaxy S21 Ultra deals that are available at various retailers and carriers right now. We also have a guide on the best Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus deals if you’re considering the other phones in the lineup.

Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Deals

If you’re looking to pick up an unlocked Galaxy S21 Ultra, you can grab it directly from the Samsung Store, or go with Amazon or Best Buy.

Samsung Store

The Samsung Store is offering an instant rebate of $200 on both the 128GB and the 256GB models of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. You’ll also get six free months of SiriusXM Streaming and four months of YouTube Premium on the house. Additionally, you can save money if you trade in an old device.

Lastly, let’s not forget about the special made-to-order colors – Phantom Titanium, Phantom Navy, and Phantom Brown – that are exclusive to the Samsung store.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    Grab your Galaxy S21 Ultra directly from Samsung.

Amazon

Amazon is selling the Galaxy S21 Ultra with a $100 discount on the 128GB and the 256GB models. Both Phantom Black and Phantom Silver colors are available but not for both storage variants.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    Order the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra from Amazon to enjoy free two-day shipping with Prime.

Best Buy

Best Buy isn’t offering any deal on the Galaxy S21 Ultra at the moment, but you’ll be able to choose monthly pricing options on the carrier models at the retailer. Some of the carrier models also come with discounts if you get a new line. Best Buy is offering unlocked, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint (T-Mobile) versions.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    Best Buy is offering both the unlocked and carrier-locked variants of the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Carrier Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Deals

If you don’t mind your Galaxy S21 Ultra being locked to a carrier, you can get some great deals. You can go with Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T.

Verizon

Verizon has a number of different deals to take advantage of. Whether you’re upgrading an existing line or getting a new line, the carrier is giving significant discounts on trade-ins. You’ll also be able to save money if you buy a Samsung Galaxy Watch with your S21 Ultra. For the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the payment plans are either $49.99 for 24 months or $39.99 for 30 months.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    Use trade-ins and other promotions to get the price of the S21 Ultra down at Verizon.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile is offering up to $800 as monthly bill credits if you buy the Galaxy S21 Ultra with a new line on a monthly plan and trade in an eligible device. You’ll get up to $500 bill credits with trade-ins on the existing lines. The carrier has the 128GB and 256GB storage variants on offer.

    T-Mobile
    T-Mobile is selling both the Phantom Black and the Phantom Silver color options.

AT&T

Both new and existing AT&T users can get up to $800 off the Galaxy S21 with an eligible trade-in. That’s a nice chunk off the price of the S21 Ultra. AT&T is only selling the Phantom Black color of the phone.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    AT&T is offering discounts on trade-ins.

These are the best deals on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra right now. If you’re buying the phone, check out our guides on the best Galaxy S21 Ultra cases and screen protectors to safeguard your phone.

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Gaurav Shukla
Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav has been covering technology for over a decade now. He has done everything from blogging about Android to reporting the latest from the world of Internet giants. When he is not writing about the tech companies, he can be found binge-watching new TV series on the web.