Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra can be yours for just $200 with a qualifying trade-in

When it comes to technology, it can be worth waiting a bit after a product is released before upgrading it, especially if you like to save money. That’s why we wanted to highlight this offering from Samsung. Right now you can get the new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra for as low as $199 (after a $1,000 credit) when you trade in your old device. That’s $150 more than the maximum trade-in value at phone launch. The Galaxy S22 Ultra was released in February with the Galaxy Note’s handy stylus and starts at $1,199.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra review: finally a new note (sort of)

Samsung will also give you a free memory upgrade (worth $100) as a Mothers’ Day prime. So basically if you buy a 128GB model they will upgrade you to 256GB for free.

To get the most out of this offer, you would want to trade in another Samsung phone. the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy S21 Ultra will earn you the maximum credit of $1,000. Older models like the Note 20 Ultra and S21 Plus will set you back $950 and $800 respectively. Unfortunately, this offer isn’t as generous if you’re trading in a phone that isn’t made by Samsung. The Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max gets you $495, for example, while the Google Pixel 5 will get $350 in trade-in credit.

You might want to play with the recovery calculator to find the deal that will work for you.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE on crumpled colored paper

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE with Dynamic AMOLED display.

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Don’t have a Samsung phone? Discover the Galaxy S21 FE

If you change manufacturers or are looking for a more compact model, the Galaxy S21 FE 5G is now as low as $149 after trade. It’s a solidly built mid-range phone that “feels snappy and fluid” according to CNET’s Lisa Eadicicco. We’re seeing pretty decent trade-in values ​​for the Galaxy S20 FE ($550), Apple iPhone 12 Pro ($410), and Google Pixel 5 ($330). Otherwise, the Galaxy S21 FE 5G starts at $699.

Read more: Best Cell Phone Trading Options for iPhones and Android Phones

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