Samsung US offers $100 credit with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, plus up to $750 trade-in credit
The Discover Samsung campaign ends this Sunday, so you still have a few days to check out the week-long discounts. However, this deal will only be available today – the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with $100 Samsung Credit on top of the discounts you can get through the enhanced trade-in program.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Up to $750 trade-in credit, $100 Samsung Credit
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The base price for the flagship is $1,200 (256GB, unlocked), which can be reduced by up to $750 if you send in an old device. A quick check shows that an S22 Ultra in good condition is valued at $700, an S21 Ultra at $550 and an S20 Ultra at $390. An iPhone 14 Pro Max costs $700, 13 Pro Max $575.
Note that Samsung also takes in damaged phones (at a lower value), as well as tablets and old smartwatches you may no longer need.
If it’s time to sign a new contract with a carrier, Verizon offers up to $1,000 in credit, AT&T and T-Mobile up to $800.
There is Samsung microSD card with small discounts too, but where would you even put them? The Ultra series ditched the memory card slot a few years ago.
Instead, you might be interested in this Flash Deal – a 10,000 mAh power bank that supports 25W fast charging (it has a pair of USB-C ports). Sure, the S23 Ultra has great battery life (126 hours in our endurance rating test), but it never hurts to have extra power for long days out.
10,000 mAh battery pack
25W charging, 2x USB-C