The models in Samsung’s Galaxy S22 lineup are some of the best phones you’ll find on the market right now but, with the Galaxy S23 due imminently, there are plenty of Galaxy S22 deals to shop. All three S22 models hold onto a spot on our list of the best Android phones for 2023, but with retail prices starting at $800, they certainly aren’t the most affordable phones out there. However, thanks to a huge variety of S22 deals from both carriers and retailers, you’ll have no trouble getting one of these sleek Samsung phones in your hand for less. 

The Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra all feature several major camera improvements over previous-gen Samsung devices, including larger pixel sensors and Adaptive Pixel technology for improved nighttime photography and videos. There’s an improved portrait mode, as well as a new auto framing feature that can detect and track up to 10 people in order to capture everyone in a photo clearly.

However, it was the Galaxy S22 Ultra that made the biggest splash. Samsung’s top-of-the-line phone introduced the S Pen to the S series for the first time, paying homage to the now-canceled Note.

Samsung's lineup of new S22 phones on a black tabletop.

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The S22 Ultra also features significant camera upgrades, including Samsung’s largest pixel sensor ever, as well a number of raw photo tools for more comprehensive editing, and an advanced Super Clear Glass lens for smoother and crisper nighttime videos without flares. 

We’ll take a closer look at all the details for each of the three flagship Galaxy S22 models and show you the best Galaxy S22 deals across the internet and in stores.

What colors does the Galaxy S22 come in?

Both the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus are available in phantom black, phantom white, green and pink gold. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a slightly different lineup: phantom black, phantom white, green and burgundy.

How much does the Galaxy S22 cost?

The three models of the Galaxy S22 are available in various storage configurations. US pricing for each model starts at:

  • Samsung Galaxy S22: $800
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus: $1,000
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: $1,200

Both the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus are available in 128GB and 256GB storage options with 8GB of RAM, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will also add in options for 512GB and 1TB with up to 12GB of RAM.

Be sure to check out all the Galaxy S22 deals below.

Best Galaxy S22 deals

Most carriers and retailers are offering some form of S22 deal right now, especially if you’ve got an older device you’re looking to trade in. We’ve rounded up the best Galaxy S22 deals that you can shop and we will continue to update this page as new offers become available, so keep checking back if your carrier or preferred retailer is not listed below.

Samsung’s site is the obvious place to buy the current Galaxy flagship phones. It offers all the device configurations and has multiple payment options, plus it offers carrier and unlocked models so you can choose between buying the phone outright, through carrier payments or financing it through Samsung, depending on your preference.

As of right now, Samsung isn’t offering any direct discounts on unlocked handsets, though you can save on one by trading in your existing phone. Samsung’s site claims that you can earn up to $280 in trade-in credit, but the latest iPhones will net you as much as $845 off, and newer Samsung phones will net you as much as $335 off. You can trade-in phones and devices from other brands for a smaller discount as well. 

If you decide to go with a carrier through Samsung, you can save as much as $1,000 via bill credits when you trade in your old device. 

If you don’t want the headache of navigating carriers, plans and installment payments, you’ll want an unlocked phone that you can purchase outright. You can save up to $150 on select S22 models, $62 on the S22 Plus, or $305 on the S22 Ultra. Just note that discounts jump around quite a bit between different colors and configurations.

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AT&T has some aggressive trade-in offers on the Galaxy S22 devices right now. If you have an old phone worth at least $35, AT&T will give you up to $1,000 in enhanced trade-in credit, even if your trade-in is damaged. AT&T’s offer terms say $800, though several phones we checked return a $1,000 promotional value right now. 

With this promotion, you can get the base Galaxy S22 or S22 Plus for free, or get the S22 Ultra for $200. The credits take place over a 36-month period, and if you cancel service before the 36 months is over you’ll have to pay the remaining balance. You should also be aware that credits begin 90 days after purchase and require that you pay all taxes and associated fees on the retail price up front. 

At the moment, AT&T is sold out of several S22 configurations and, with the S23 launch on the horizon, the S22 lineup might not come back in great supply any time soon. If you’ve got your eye on a specific model and color that is in stock, we’d recommend trying to get your order in sooner rather than later. 

If you’re a current Verizon subscriber or someone looking to make the switch to Verizon, there are some great discounts you can take advantage of. Those adding a new line can trade in their old device and get the base S22 for free, or save up to $1,000 on the S22 Plus and S22 Ultra. Those upgrading an existing line can get up to $800 off on all three models, which still nets you the base model S22 for free. And new customers switching a line over from another carrier will also get a $200 Verizon gift card.

You can even trade in broken or damaged phones, as long as the battery is intact, which is something that the carrier started doing last year. That means that you can get the S22 for free, and the S22 Ultra for less than $6 per month. The discount will be applied via monthly bill credits, so you can’t get this offer when you purchase the phone outright. It’s also worth noting that Verizon is now using 36-month terms instead of 24-month terms, so you’ll want to make sure that works for you before placing your order.

Verizon is offering some other bonuses as well, including a free Galaxy Watch 5 (requires a new line) and 50% off Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.

Best Buy offers support for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile upgrades and new lines both in-store and online, which means you can take advantage of some of the great carrier offers available at the moment. If you’re looking to trade in a device, you can save up to $1,000 through Verizon or $800 through either AT&T or T-Mobile with a new line of service as well.

If you prefer an unlocked model, Best Buy is also offering $150 off the S22 Ultra, though you’ll have to choose same-day activation to get the discount (essentially defeating the point of an unlocked phone). Best Buy also has its own trade-in program where you can save even more. 

T-Mobile usually has some pretty sweet deals for new customers and current ones alike. Right now, T-Mo has two deals available: One for those with Magenta Max and one for those without.

Customers who are on the Magenta Max plan can save $800 on all three models, scoring you the standard S22 for free when adding a new line of service on your existing Magenta Max Plan. Those without a Magenta Max plan can still save up to $400 with a new line of service on another qualifying plan. And customers on any qualifying plan can save up to $400 when trading in an old device. 

Colors are limited and the S22 Ultra is sold out. 

Boost Mobile is offering new and existing customers an excellent deal on Galaxy S22 devices. For a limited time, the carrier is offering a nice discount that brings the base price of the 128GB Galaxy S22 down to only $350, $450 off the usual price. The S22 Plus and Ultra are discounted as well, but all configurations for those models are currently sold out. Since Boost Mobile is a prepaid carrier, you will need to buy the phone outright, but at this pricing it’s well worth it.



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