How to preorder the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra

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During Samsung’s Unpacked event, the company unveiled three new phones as part of the Galaxy S21 lineup — the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and the S21 Ultra — which will be available to preorder starting January 14th and will release on January 29th. As a reminder, their prices range from $999.99 to upward of $$1,379.99.

We will be reviewing the S21 line soon, but if you are interested in preordering the phone, we’ve compiled a list of retailers that currently have product listings available. Right now, Samsung is offering a promotion on its direct website and across retailers selling the S21 line, allowing you to get up to $200 in Samsung credit in addition to a free Galaxy SmartTag for eligible customers.

WHERE TO BUY THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S21
You can preorder the Samsung Galaxy S21 directly through Samsung’s website, starting at $799.99. If you have a phone to trade-in, you can get up to $700 in credit towards your new Galaxy S21.
AT&T has a promotion that includes up to $800 off the Samsung Galaxy S21 line; this includes the Galaxy S21, which would be free for new and existing customers. To receive this offer, customers will need to trade-in an eligible device and buy a 30-month installment plan.
T-Mobile has a similar promotion to AT&T, where it is offering new and existing customers a free Samsung Galaxy S21 when you trade-in an eligible device. If you do not have a phone to trade-in, the carrier is offering the phone for $799.99.
Verizon has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus starting at $999.99 or $33.33 per month for 30 months or $41.66 per month for 24 months with 0% APR as part of a device payment plan.
Best Buy is offering the Samsung Galaxy S21 (Unlocked) starting at $769.99 or $33.34 per month for 24 months for Verizon and Sprint legacy customers.
B&H Photo has the Samsung Galaxy S21 (Unlocked) available for preorder now starting at $799.99.
Xfinity Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy S21 with 128GB of storage for $799.99 if you pay in full or starting at $16.67 per month for 24 months with 0% APR. Xfinity Mobile is currently running a promotion for new customers, allowing them to receive $400 off when they purchase a Samsung 5G device, this includes the Samsung Galaxy S21 line. Existing customers who upgrade their device will receive a $400 Visa prepaid card. Additionally, the phone carrier’s customers can also take advantage of a limited time offer by Samsung, which provides a $100 Samsung credit that you can use towards the purchase of a Galaxy S21.
Google is offering its Fi customers a special promotion to save up to 50% off with Fi credit the purchase of a new Galaxy S21.
Altice Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy S21 starting at $799.99 or $22.22 per month for 36 months with 0% APR.
WHERE TO BUY THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S21 PLUS
You can preorder the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus directly through Samsung’s website, starting at $999.99. If you have a phone to trade-in, you can get up to $700 in credit toward’s your new Galaxy S21 Plus when they trade-in an eligible device and select an Unlimited plan.
AT&T has a promotion that includes up to $800 off the Samsung Galaxy S21 line; this includes the Galaxy S21 Plus, which would be $199.99 for new and existing customers. To receive this offer, customers will need to trade-in an eligible device and buy a 30-month installment plan.
T-Mobile has a similar promotion to AT&T, where it is offering new and existing customers up to $800 off the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus when you trade-in an eligible device. If you do not have a phone to trade-in, the carrier is offering the phone for $999.99.
Verizon has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus starting at $999.99 or $33.33 per month for 30 months or $41.66 per month for 24 months with 0% APR as part of a device payment plan. Customers that switch to Verizon can get a 128GB Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus when you trade-in an eligible device and with select Unlimited plans.
Best Buy is offering the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus starting at $949.99 (Unlocked) or for $39.58 per month for 24 months for Verizon customers or $41.67 per month for 24 months for Sprint legacy customers. The retailer also has a promotion, allowing you to save up to $800 on the Galaxy S21 line with a qualified activation and trade-in.
B&H Photo has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus (Unlocked) available for preorder now starting at $999.99.
Xfinity Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus with 128GB of storage available for $999.99 if you pay in full, or starting at $25 per month for 24 months with 0% APR. Xfinity Mobile is currently running a promotion for new customers, allowing them to receive $400 off when they purchase a Samsung 5G device, this includes the Samsung Galaxy S21 line. Existing customers who upgrade their device will receive a $400 Visa prepaid card. Additionally, the phone carrier’s customers can also take advantage of a limited time offer by Samsung, which provides a $150 Samsung credit that you can use towards the purchase of a Galaxy S21 Plus.
Google is offering its Fi customers a special promotion to save up to 50% off with Fi credit the purchase of a new Galaxy S21 Plus.
Altice Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus starting at $999.99 or $27.78 per month for 36 months with 0% APR.
WHERE TO BUY THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S21 ULTRA
You can preorder the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra directly through Samsung’s website, starting at $1,199.99. If you have a phone to trade-in, you can get up to $700 in credit toward’s your new Galaxy S21 Ultra.
AT&T has a promotion that includes up to $800 off the Samsung Galaxy S21 line; this includes the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which would $399.99 for new and existing customers. To receive this offer, customers will need to trade-in an eligible device and buy a 30-month installment plan.
T-Mobile has a similar promotion to AT&T, where it is offering new and existing customers up to $800 off the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra when you trade-in an eligible device. If you do not have a phone to trade-in, the carrier is offering the phone for $1,199.99.
Verizon has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra starting at $1,199.99 or $39.99 per month for 30 months or $49.99 per month for 24 months with 0% APR as part of a device payment plan.
Best Buy is offering the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra starting at $1,149.99 (Unlocked) or for $47.91 per month for 24 months for Verizon customers or $50 per month for 24 months for Sprint legacy customers.
B&H Photo has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (Unlocked) available for preorder now starting at $999.99.
Xfinity Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra available starting at $1,119.99 if you pay in full or starting at $33.33 per month for 24 months with 0% APR. Xfinity Mobile is currently running a promotion for new customers, allowing them to receive $400 off when they purchase a Samsung 5G device, this includes the Samsung Galaxy S21 line. Existing customers who upgrade their device will receive a $400 Visa prepaid card.
Google is offering its Fi customers a special promotion to save up to 50% off with Fi credit the purchase of a new Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Altice Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra starting at $1,199.99 or $33.33 per month for 36 months with 0% APR.