Last chance: Samsung Galaxy S22 pre-order deal ends today

Posted: 3 March 2022 12:32 pm
News
Samsung Galaxy S22 range_Supplied_1800x1000

You only have 24 hours left to score $50 off the Samsung Galaxy S22 plus $337 worth of extras and a free Amazon Echo Show 8.

If you're planning to buy a Samsung Galaxy S22 outright, now is the time to act. As previously reported, Amazon is currently offering Finder readers $50 off all Galaxy S22 models when you use the discount code FINDER50.

In addition, the deal includes a free Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) smart hub valued at $199 and a choice of 3 Samsung gift packs valued at up to $337. That works out to around $530 in free goodies.

However, the deal is strictly limited to pre-order purchases. That means you need to act before 4 March when the phone officially goes on sale. Here's the link to the deal:

Samsung Galaxy S22 pre-order deal
Samsung Galaxy S22 pre-order deal

Get $50 off any Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone with the coupon code FINDER50. The deal also includes a bonus Echo Show 8 (RRP: $199) and a Samsung gift pack valued at up to $326.



Use code FINDER50

From tomorrow, the S22 range will go back to full price and the aforementioned pre-order gifts will no longer be offered.

Even if you aren't interested in the freebies, it makes financial sense to grab this offer while it lasts. It will save you $50 on the price of the phone and you can recoup some money by reselling the Echo and Samsung gifts on eBay or Gumtree.

Samsung Galaxy S22 pre-order gift packs

There are 3 Samsung gift packs to choose from for each phone model. These packs are also being offered by telcos in conjunction with any other offer they may be running.

For our money, the Audio Pack is probably the most useful, especially if you don't own a decent pair of wireless earbuds. Here's the full list:

Galaxy S22 Ultra

  • Travel Pack (RRP $326): Wireless in-car charger, 65W super-fast wall charger, leather cover (black), dual port car charger.
  • Power Pack (RRP $337): Wireless charger trio, 65W super-fast wall charger, leather cover (black).
  • Audio Pack (RRP $302): Galaxy Buds2, buds Simpsons Donut cover, buds case (clear).

Galaxy S22+

  • Travel Pack (RRP $247): Wireless in-car charger, 65W super-fast wall charger, dual port car charger.
  • Power Pack (RRP $258): Wireless charger trio, 65W super-fast wall charger.
  • Audio Pack (RRP $243): Galaxy Buds2, buds case (clear).

Galaxy S22

  • Travel Pack (RRP $99): Wireless in-car charger.
  • Power Pack (RRP $159): Wireless charger trio.
  • Audio Pack (RRP $219): Galaxy Buds2.

Pre-order deals from telcos end at midnight tonight

If you're looking to grab the S22 range on a plan from a provider, its deals will also expire tonight. There's up to $1,086 worth of free gifts up for grabs (when you take into account of gift packs too) which does make pre-ordering your device a lot more attractive.


About the phones

The Samsung Galaxy S22 comes in 3 iterations: the standard S22, the plus-size S22+ and the completely tricked out S22 Ultra which is a Galaxy Note in all but name. Each phone is available in a range of colours and memory variants with prices starting at $1,249.

In our reviews, we awarded the Samsung Galaxy S22+ and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 4 stars out of 5. For more information on each phone, head to our Samsung Galaxy S22 news hub.

Need more tech news and products? Check out Technology Finder for all the latest information.

Get more from Finder

Ask an Expert

You are about to post a question on finder.com.au:

  • Do not enter personal information (eg. surname, phone number, bank details) as your question will be made public
  • finder.com.au is a financial comparison and information service, not a bank or product provider
  • We cannot provide you with personal advice or recommendations
  • Your answer might already be waiting – check previous questions below to see if yours has already been asked

Finder only provides general advice and factual information, so consider your own circumstances, or seek advice before you decide to act on our content. By submitting a question, you're accepting our Terms of Use, Disclaimer & Privacy Policy and Privacy & Cookies Policy.
Go to site