Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus drops to lowest price we’ve seen – save up to $250

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus usually costs a pretty penny – usually hovering around $1,000 – but a sale on Amazon has dropped the smartphone to an all time low of $799.99 (opens in a new tab). Even better, whether you buy the 128GB or 256GB version, you can now save up to $250 off the total price.

At this price, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus is only $100 more than the base Samsung Galaxy S22 model, and it costs even less than the Galaxy S22 with 256GB of storage. Why is it worth upgrading? Well, the Plus model gives you a much bigger screen, closer to the big Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra than the standard S22, but retains the same 50MP main camera and smaller 10MP selfie camera.

In our Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus review, we said most people would ignore it because it costs too much compared to the smaller Galaxy S22. But now that phone prices are closer, it makes a lot more sense to want a bigger screen. It’s a beautiful display too, with a variable refresh rate up to 120Hz that offers a smoother and more responsive experience.

Today’s best Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus deal

With the Samsung Galaxy Fold 4 and Samsung Galaxy Flip 4 almost here, now isn’t the best time to buy one of Samsung’s current foldable phones. However, we’re just six months into the Galaxy S22 family’s life cycle, so it’s a phone that will stay fresh and competitive well into next year. We wouldn’t expect any bigger price drops before the launch of the next rumored flagship, likely the Samsung Galaxy S23.

Of course, if you want to trade in, especially a device with a cracked screen, you can get some value back from that device if you buy directly from Samsung. (opens in a new tab) instead of Amazon. For example, even an older Galaxy S10 from 2019 with a cracked screen will get you over $250 off the Galaxy S22 Plus. Samsung also includes a free pair of Galaxy Buds Live or Galaxy Buds 2, usually worth $150.