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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra pre-order deals: save up to $1000 on prices and get free storage upgrades

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra burgundy
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra burgundy (Image credit: Samsung)

Like what you saw during this week's reveal event and want to lock down your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra pre-order deal? We have the latest information on what you can get from the big networks and direct from Samsung itself. We'll let you know how much you can save via trade-ins and what other freebies or discounts are available ahead of the February 25 release date. If you're after the regular S22/S22+ offers, then be sure to take a look at our separate Samsung Galaxy S22 pre-order deals page.

Let's quickly round up a few details before we dive in, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra costs $1199/£1149 for the base 128GB model. Larger sizes include 256GB, 512GB and a massive 1TB option. The phone is available in Phantom White, Phantom Black, Burgundy, and Green. We've had a look at these colors in the flesh and, between us, the green and burgundy models are the most stylish of the bunch. That being said, yesterday saw Samsung sneakily reveal a few new colors that are exclusive to its website. Be sure to check out these new Graphite, Sky Blue, and Red (looks more like orange) options too. However, ordering one of these exclusive colors will delay shipping by a few weeks as they seem to be last-minute additions to the palette.

So far, ordering directly from Samsung in the US seems to be the best option if you're not attached to a network, as there are multiple pre-order incentives for the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Get your order in by February 24 and Samsung will let you upgrade to the next storage tier of the Ultra at no additional cost (US only). And given how impressive the camera looks, you might appreciate the extra space if you like shooting video or taking high-resolution RAW format photos. You'll also get $200 of Samsung credit, which is great if you're perhaps looking to pair your new phone with a Galaxy Watch 4 or something from the Galaxy Buds range of in-ear headphones. Don't forget to protect your new phone from the start - check out our guide to the best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra cases.

Today's best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra pre-order deals

If you'd prefer to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra from a retailer, we'd check out the big brands like Walmart, Best Buy, and Amazon. So far Walmart only seems to be selling the phone with a small number of carriers with monthly paymentys only. Amazon and Best Buy are listing unlocked models though.

Over in the UK, you can see contract offers are starting to come through in our comparison chart below from a range of networks and mobile stores. It's certainly worth heading over to the UK Samsung site as well. Prices start at £1149, but you also get a free year of Disney Plus (worth £79.90) and a free pair of Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds (worth around £220 at launch or around £130 in recent sales) and can save even more money off the RRP via trading in older devices.

We'll be updating this page throughout the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra pre-order window with the latest offers from other networks.

Brendan Griffiths
Brendan Griffiths

Brendan oversees content strategy for our buying guides and deal pages here at Android Central and also our sister sites iMore and Windows Central. He's a former freelance games journalist, then the first-ever Deals Editor for TechRadar, and then the Managing Editor of eCommerce & Hardware at GamesRadar before joining us. When he's not rummaging through online sales or trying to appease the Google algorithm you'll find him binging boxsets and Game Pass titles, testing PS5 SSDs, and trying to decide which phone he loves more between the Fold 3, Flip 3, and Note 20 Ultra.

9 Comments
  • Ultra, you're mi-hi-ne! 🤗
  • The trade in values seem horrible.
  • Yeah, relatively low trade-ins and a fairly underwhelming device... Think I'll wait for next year.
  • The bonus add-on : S8 ultra w/ keyboard .... seems like an amazing deal when purchased with the NoteUltra...like $575??? Sounds pretty darn good.
  • Its because they were expecting to pay pretty much nothing.
  • Can't place a pre-order. Must be slammed.
  • I see Samsung settled for a happy medium. I can get a 512GB/12GB Ram option for the same original price of my Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. That sort of makes up for the lack of an SD card... Sort of. And that deal is only available to us power users who are likely to preorder. This is something I'll have to think about.
  • You can't get the 1TB model for the price of the 512gb, making the difference between the two almost $300. Nope.
  • Free storage upgrades isn't not an option in The UK or maybe USA only :(. We always get shafted compared to prices Americans get. It starts at £1,149 here which is $1,559. 360 dollars more expensive for half the storage and usually a weaker Exynos SOC.