These are the Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Deals in 2022

These are the Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Deals in 2022

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is the latest flagship smartphone lineup from Samsung. While the Galaxy S22 Ultra is catered towards those who want a do-it-all smartphone, the standard Galaxy S22 is more affordable while still retaining flagship hardware. And then there’s the middle child — the Galaxy S22 Plus for those who want a slightly bigger phone. If you’re planning to buy any of the three phones in the Galaxy S22 series for yourself, here are some of the best deals to take advantage of. They’re expensive phones, so saving a few bucks can always be helpful!

The extra dollars you save can be used to protect the device. You can take a look at the best Galaxy S22 cases, Galaxy S22 Plus cases, and Galaxy S22 Ultra cases to change the look of your phone while protecting it from scratches and dents. That being said, here are some of the best Samsung Galaxy S22 series deals. The phones have been announced on 9th February 2022 and were available to pre-order until 24th February 2022. They have gone on sale starting 25th February in the US, and are available across carriers, major retailers, and Samsung’s website.

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Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Unlocked Deals

If you’re looking for an unlocked version of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, or Galaxy S22 Ultra, there are several online retailers you can get it from with varying offers and discounts.

Samsung Store

Of course, these are Samsung phones so the brand’s online store is the first place from where you can get your hands on the new Galaxy S22 series of devices. Samsung is also providing the best deals on top of the $800 launch price for the Galaxy S22, $1,000 for the Galaxy S22 Plus, and $1,200 for the Galaxy S22 Ultra. For instance, customers can receive enhanced trade-in credit of up to $700 on the Galaxy S22, $780 on the Galaxy S22 Plus, and $900 on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Samsung is also offering Google Play Promotional Balance of $100 on the Ultra, and $50 on the regular and Plus models, which you can then spend on any content on the Google Play Store. You also get 3 months of free Spotify Premium, 6 months of free SiriusXM streaming, and 6 months of free OneDrive 100GB, alongside 4 months of free YouTube Premium (new accounts only). Further, Samsung Store is the only store where you can get some of the exclusive colors for the Galaxy S22 series.

    Enhanced credit and $50 Google Play

    With the standard Galaxy S22, Samsung is offering enhanced credit of up to $700 and $50 of Google Play Promotional Balance.

    Enhanced credit and $50 Google Play

    The larger sibling -- Galaxy S22 Plus also gets enhanced credit of up to $780 and $50 of Google Play Promotional Balance.

    Enhanced credit and $100 Google Play

    With the top-of-the-line Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung is offering enhanced credit of up to $900 and $100 of Google Play Promotional Balance..

Samsung will give you 25% off if you also purchase any of the Galaxy Tab S8 devices along with the phones, and other varying discounts on the Galaxy Buds series or Galaxy Watch 4.

Amazon

Amazon is the retailer of choice for a lot of people since it’s both reputed and reliable. You can buy the Galaxy S22 series of phones via Amazon too albeit with no special offers. The prices are the same on the platform — $800 for the Galaxy S22, $1,000 for the Galaxy S22 Plus, and $1,200 for the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

    Interest-free payments

    While you don't get any deals or offers on Amazon, you can get the phone on an interest-free EMI if you have the Amazon Rewards card.

    Interest-free payments

    The larger Galaxy S22 Plus also doesn't get any standout offers but the Amazon Rewards card will let you buy the phone interest-free.

    Interest-free payments

    Even the Galaxy S22 Ultra doesn't get special offers which is disappointing since it's the top-end model and is quite expensive.

Best Buy

If Best Buy is the retailer you prefer, you can pre-order the Galaxy S22 series for the same starting prices — $800 for the Galaxy S22, $1,000 for the Galaxy S22 Plus, and $1,200 for the Galaxy S22 Ultra. You can shave off $50 if you activate with your carrier of choice right away.

    The Samsung Galaxy S22 is the perfect base flagship for people looking for a small device at a lower price.

    The larger Galaxy S22 Plus works out best for people that need a larger flagship and the bells and whistles, but do not need overkill.

    With the Galaxy S22 Ultra, you get the best of what Samsung can offer, including the bells, whistles, and the overkill.

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Carrier Deals

If you prefer getting your phone from a carrier since you already have an existing plan, here are the best Galaxy S22 series deals from carriers.

Verizon

Verizon has the entire Galaxy S22 series available for pre-order with some custom deals. You can get the Galaxy S22 starting at just $22.22 per month, Galaxy S22 Plus at $27.22 per month, and Galaxy S22 Ultra at $33.33 per month. You can also pick up a Galaxy Tab S8 Plus 5G for less than $21 per month if you do pick up any Galaxy S22 series device from Verizon.

    Up to $1000 trade-in

    Verizon is giving you a trade-in value of up to $1,000 on your existing device.

    Buy one, get one

    You'll get another Galaxy S22 Plus for free when you get the first one with an unlimited 5G plan.

    Up to $1000 trade-in

    Verizon is giving you a trade-in value of up to $1,000 on your existing device.

T-Mobile

All of T-Mobile’s existing customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S22 series of phones with these offers. And as some readers have pointed out in the comments, T-Mobile is accepting old phones from 10 years ago for a crazy high trade-in value under the Magenta Max plans, so it’s best to check out depending on the phone you have available to trade-in.

    Buy one get one

    T-Mobile is giving you the same offers as other retailers plus a buy one get one free offer if you opt for their Magenta Max plan.

    Buy one get one

    T-Mobile is giving you the same offers as other retailers plus a buy one get one free offer if you opt for their Magenta Max plan.

    $1000 trade-in

    T-Mobile is giving you a $1000 off if you trade-in your existing device and opt for the Magenta Max plan.

AT&T

If you have a pre-existing AT&T line, you can pick up the Galaxy S22 series of phones from the carrier with these deals.

    Free with trade-in

    With the standard Galaxy S22, AT&T is offering up to $800 trade-in value with an existing Samsung phone making the phone technically free of cost.

    $800 off with trade-in

    The larger Galaxy S22 Plus gets $800 off when you trade-in an older Samsung phone. This way, you can bring the cost down to just $200.

    $800 off with trade-in

    Just like the Galaxy S22 Plus, the Ultra also gets $800 off when you trade-in an older Samsung phone. The cost then comes down to $400.

These are some of the best Samsung Galaxy S22 series deals if you plan on purchasing the phone right now. Apart from these individual offers, buyers will get four months of free YouTube Premium subscription along with any of the three Galaxy S22 series devices.

As is the deal with most Samsung flagships, the Samsung Store seems to be the best option if you want to purchase the Galaxy S22 series of phones. If you’re buying both a phone from the Galaxy S22 series and a tablet from the Galaxy Tab S8 series, you’re also getting an additional 25% off. T-Mobile’s plans are also worth checking out, especially if you have some very old phones lying around for trade-in.

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Aamir Siddiqui
Aamir Siddiqui

A journalist at XDA-Developers and the current Editor in Chief, I have been writing for XDA since 2015, despite being a qualified business-litigation lawyer. A low-end smartphone purchase in 2011 brought me to the forums, and it's been a journey filled with custom ROMs ever since. When not fully dipped in smartphone news and tutorials, I love traveling to places just to capture pictures of the sun setting. You can reach out to me at [email protected] or on Twitter (@aamirsidd94).

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