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Best Samsung Galaxy S24 pre-order deals: Bonus gifts worth over $1000


Samsung phone launches are always one to watch for freebies and the S24 series reveal is no different.

If you're on board with the latest specs and features unveiled for the S24 series then now's the time to pre-order any of the models to get more bang for buck.

Prices start from $1,399 and go up to $2,799.

Here's a look at the best pre-order deals available from Optus, Vodafone and Telstra.

  • Bonus Galaxy Watch 6 valued at $699 RRP
  • Bonus Buds 2 Pro valued at $349 RRP
View Optus S24 deals
  • $400 bonus trade-in credit across all storage variants
  • $200 discount on S24
  • $250 discount on S24+
  • $300 discount on S24 Ultra
View Vodafone S24 plans
  • Bonus Tab S9 FE valued at $949 RRP
  • $20 off its Premium Upfront mobile plan for 12 months
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All of the offers are available until the day before the phones officially go on sale on 7 February 2024.

Optus S24 pre-order deals: Bonus gifts worth $1,048

Optus S24 pre-order deals

Optus is offering the chance to expand on your Samsung ecosystem by pairing your new S24 with a bonus watch and pair of earbuds.

Regardless of which model or storage variant you get, Optus will give you a Galaxy Watch 6 LTE (44mm, graphite) valued at $699 RRP as well as Buds Pro 2 (graphite) valued at $349.

To take advantage of these deals you'll need to get on a phone plan with Optus over 12, 24 or 36 months. This includes the cost of the handset itself plus any of Optus's SIM only plans. The cheapest one costs $49 for 30GB.

Here's a look at minimum costs across all 3 phones:

View Optus S24 plans here

Vodafone S24 pre-order offers: Discounts and bonus trade-in credit

Vodafone S24 pre-order deals

To celebrate the launch of the flagship S24 series, Vodafone is doing 2 things.

Firstly, it is giving away a straight-up discount on the actual cost of the phone. There's $200 off the S24, $250 off the S24 Plus and $300 off the S24 Ultra.

You can further save on the phone's cost by taking advantage of its bonus trade-in offer worth $400.

For example, if you trade-in an S23 Ultra in good working condition, you could already get up to $900 of credit for the device.

Add the $400 bonus credit and your total value could come to $1,300.

However, you do have to sign up for a 24- or 36-month phone plan and stay connected the entire time for the deals.

Here's a look at the minimum starting costs if you pair your phone repayment with Vodafone's cheapest SIM only plan - $49 a month for 50GB.

View Vodafone S24 plans here

Telstra S24 pre-order deals: Bonus gift worth $949

Telstra S24 pre-order deals

Pair your new S24 with a Telstra phone plan and get a bonus Tab S9 FE valued at $949.

Plus, Telstra's also doing data-hungry users a favour by discounting its Premium Upfront mobile plan by $20 a month for the first year.

So, instead of $95 a month for 300GB, you'll pay $75 a month.

You can sign up for a 12-, 24-, or 36-month phone plan with Telstra and take advantage of either or both of these deals.

When paired with Telstra's entry-level upfront plan ($62 a month for 50GB), your starting costs for the phone will be:

  • S24: From $100.86 a month
  • S4 Plus: From $109.19 a month
  • S24 Ultra: From $123.08 a month

S24 pre-order deals from Samsung

If you'd rather buy your phone outright, getting it directly from Samsung could be worth considering. Here's a look at its pre-order offers:

  • Free memory upgrade (up to $400)
  • Bonus trade-in (up to $350)
  • Up to $150 eVoucher to spend on Galaxy watches, tablets, buds and accessories ($150 for Ultra, $100 for the S24 and S24 Plus)
  • Bonus Samsung Care+ (1 year) and then 50% off the year after

You have until 6 February 2024 to take advantage of these offers before the S24 series officially goes on sale in Australia the following day.

Have another look through the specs and features announced for the S24 series if you're still on the fence about upgrading to the latest flagship.

Image: Supplied: Samsung

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