The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is finally official, and we’ve once again got three core models to choose from. There’s the base model Galaxy S20, the S20 Plus, and the top-end S20 Ultra.

You’re still getting the same basic experience no matter which one you choose, but those on the hunt for the absolute best zoom capabilities and more will need to check out the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.

We’ve rounded up all the details on the Samsung Galaxy S20 price, release date, and all the available deals so far. Check ’em out below!

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra release date

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series was announced on February 11, 2020, but the first launch wave will come on March 6, 2020. That means customers in the US will be able to grab the device then. Customers can also pre-order their S20 series device from February 21, 2020.

If you’re not in the first wave of markets, you’ll need to wait a few weeks after March 6 to get your hands on it.

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra price and availability

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra S20 Plus S20

The standard Samsung Galaxy S20 price is $999, with the price going as high as $1,499 for the top-tier Ultra device. You can buy the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra right now on Samsung.com. Read on for some promotional deals Samsung is doing.

If you have a phone you are willing to trade in, Samsung will pay you more money than usual if you upgrade to an S20 device. High-end phones such as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and iPhone 11 Pro Max will earn you $700 to put towards a Galaxy S20 phone. Older phones will get you much less, but it’s definitely worth checking to see what your device is worth before hitting the “Buy” button.

As a special treat for South Korean buyers, their Galaxy S20 pre-order will come with a free gift: the Samsung Galaxy Home Mini. This smart speaker is currently unavailable anywhere else in the world and Samsung doesn’t seem too keen to even talk about it at large events like Galaxy Unpacked. Still, it’s a nice perk for South Korean buyers.

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

The Galaxy S20 is only available in a 12GB/128GB option, but the Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 Ultra have several RAM/storage variants. You can check out the list below for these variants and their prices.

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $999 (12GB/128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $1,199 (12GB/128GB), $1,299 (12GB/512GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $1,399 (12GB/128GB), $1,499 (16GB/512GB)

The Galaxy S20 series is available in several colorways, varying by device. These color options traditionally vary by network and country as well. Here are all the colors you can expect, regardless of region, and carrier.

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: Cosmic Gray, Cloud Pink, Cloud Blue
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: Cosmic Black, Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: Cosmic Black, Cosmic Grey

Read more: Which Samsung Galaxy S20 color is right for you?

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra UK price and availability

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series will hit the UK market on March 13 starting at £799. The UK will also get a 4G-only variant of the standard Galaxy S20 and all other phones will be saddled with 5G in their names. Below are all the models and confirmed pricing so far:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: £799 (12GB/128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 5G: £899 (12GB/128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G: £999 (12GB/128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: £1,199 (12GB/128GB), £1,399 (16GB/512GB)

In addition to Samsung’s UK store, all four major UK carriers — O2, Vodafone, EE, and Three — have confirmed plans to carry the S20 series, as well as third-party retailers like Amazon UK, Carphone Warehouse, John Lewis, and more.

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra best deals and offers

If you’re looking to buy unlocked, the best place to do that is from Samsung.com. The company offers decent trade-in values for your old phone and you get a credit to use towards other Samsung purchases.

Samsung Galaxy S20 The latest and greatest from Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra are super-premium 5G smartphones from the South Korean company. No matter what you’re looking for, the Galaxy S20 line likely has something to suit your needs.

Verizon

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra will be up for pre-order on February 21, 2020, with both phones officially going on sale on March 6, 2020.

Since the Galaxy S20 doesn’t support mmWave, Verizon won’t initially carry the phone. A Galaxy S20 variant with mmWave support will go on sale sometime during Q2 2020.

  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (128GB):
    • $58.33 per month for 24 months
    • $1,399.99 retail
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (128GB):
    • $49.99 per month for 24 months
    • $1,199.99 retail
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 (128GB) (coming Q2):
    • $41.66 per month for 24 months
    • $999.99 retail

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

AT&T

AT&T will offer all three Galaxy S20 models on its network. The S20 will be able to access AT&T’s sub-6GHz network, while the S20 Plus and Ultra will be able to access the sub-6GHz and its mmWave network.

For a limited time, customers who sign up for an AT&T Unlimited Extra and Unlimited Elite plan will be able to score a Galaxy S20 or S20 Plus (with a $200 fee) when they port a line, buy on an installment plan, or trade in an eligible phone.

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

T-Mobile

You can pre-order the new devices starting at 12:01 AM ET on February 21, 2020, and purchase one outright starting March 6, 2020.

As of right now, T-Mobile is only accepting pre-registrations for the phones, but here’s what they’ll cost when the pre-orders go live:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20 (128GB):
    • $41.67 per month for 24 months
    • $999.99 retail
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (128GB):
    • $50 per month for 24 months
    • $1,199.99 retail
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (512GBGB):
    • $50 per month for 24 months with $149.99 down
    • $1,349.99 retail
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (128GB):
    •  $58.34 per month for 24 months
    • $1,499.99 retail
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (512GB):
    •  $58.34 per month for 24 months with $199.99 down
    • $1,599.99 retail

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

Sign up for updates on the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra

Sprint

You can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S20 line from Sprint starting February 21, 2020, or purchase outright starting March 6, 2020. Sprint has yet to announce exact monthly payment pricing for the S20 line, but we will update this article as we learn more.

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

US Cellular

Like Sprint, US Cellular hasn’t revealed specific info about pricing and promotions for the Galaxy S20 line. However, it does have a page up saying it will carry all three devices.

Sign up for updates on the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra

Visible

Visible is offering a slight Galaxy S20 price cut — and you don’t even need to buy the device outright to get it. Visible is selling the vanilla Galaxy S20 for $984 ($15 off), while the S20 Plus retails for $1,176 ($23 off). The Galaxy S20 Ultra will go for $1,392 ($8 off). You can pay on installment and still get these slightly lowered prices. Since Visible doesn’t have contracts, you’ll be on the hook for the full amount if you decide to exit Visible’s service.

Visible offers unlimited texting, talk, data, and hotspot connectivity for $40 a month (or down to $25 a month on a family plan).

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

Best Buy

Best Buy will sell all three variants in the Galaxy S20 line in their unlocked form as well as carrier variants for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. As with Samsung, Best Buy will offer trade-in credits if you decide to hand over your old phone at purchase. Pre-orders begin at 12:01 AM ET on Wednesday, February 21, 2020.

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.

Sam’s Club

The discount warehouse store Sam’s Club is offering a $200 gift card for pre-orders and carrier activations made at its locations. To be eligible for the promotional perk, you’ll need to pre-order your Galaxy S20 between 12:01 AM ET Wednesday, February 12, 2020, and 11:59 PM ET Sunday, March 1, 2020.

Sam’s Club only supports AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and US Cellular, so T-Mobile activations won’t work. You also can’t buy the device outright, it needs to be purchased on installment and you’ll need to commit to another two years with your carrier of choice.

Additionally, Samsung is offering up to a $200 credit at Samsung.com if you buy a Galaxy S20 device. Here’s how that breaks down:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $100 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $150 Samsung credit
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 Samsung credit

You’ll need to download the Shop Samsung app on your new Galaxy S20 device to redeem the credit. This credit can be applied to accessories (such as the just-announced Galaxy Buds Plus), TVs, or other Samsung products.


So that’s it for everything we know about Samsung Galaxy S20 price, release date, and availability. We’ll continually update this article as we learn about new deals and release details. Have a Galaxy S20 deal we didn’t mention in this article? Let us know in the comments!

More posts about Samsung Galaxy S20