Score $250 off Samsung Galaxy S21 phones while you still can
For a limited time, eBay is slashing the price of S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra models.
Upgrading your smartphone is an expensive task, but you can pocket a decent bargain if you know where to look.
Currently, online giant eBay is reducing prices on the Samsung Galaxy S21 range, helping shoppers to shave a couple of hundred bucks off the regular retail price.
The deal applies to the S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra models, which are among some of the best flagship smartphones on the market, making it worth checking out.
The sale is only around for a limited time, so we recommend taking a look at the below offers before time runs out.
With a 6.7-inch 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED display, rear triple lens camera and 4800mAh battery, the S21 Plus is a nice step up from the original. Grab the 128GB model today for 16% off the RRP and save yourself a tidy sum of $252.
Buy for $1,297.99 (previously $1,549.99)
Alternatively, trade in the black colourway for silver and grab yourself an additional 128GB of storage, with 15% off the 256GB model.
Buy for $1,397.99 (previously $1,649.99)
Featuring S-Pen compatibility, 120Hz display and wide array of rear cameras, there's a lot to like about the S21 Ultra. However, it does come with a rather hefty price tag attached, making today's offer of 12% off one not to miss.
Buy for $1,697.99 (previously $1,949.99)
Delivering a more affordable flagship experience, the S21 is ideal for those who want an impressive phone that doesn't go overboard. The model features 5G, an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple lens rear camera in a convenient, slim body design. Snap one up today for 11% off the RRP.
Buy for $1,197.99 (previously $1,349.99)
If you're looking to save on future eBay purchases, you can also check out eBay's Plus membership.
Membership gives you access to exclusive members sales held throughout the year, free shipping and returns on millions of eligible items, and free delivery and 5% off Coles on eBay orders.
It also comes with a free 30-day trial period, after which it costs $49 per year.
To find out more, see our full guide to eBay Plus.samsungau