Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra gets $150 off on Best Buy with extra freebie

Anurag Singh
Samsung Gaaxy S24 Ultra with S pen

Best Buy has slashed the newest Galaxy S24 Ultra’s price by $150, marking the first price cut since the device was announced in January. You also get an extra freebie with the deal.

The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is the latest superphone from the Korean company. It has the bells and whistles to be considered the best Android phone on the market right now. Whether you need impressive cameras, smooth performance, or long-lasting battery life, Galaxy S24 Ultra has it all. The smartphone is even $150 off on Best Buy right now. The retailer is also throwing in a free 1-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with the deal.

Amazon is offering the same discount on the Galaxy S24 Ultra, but you don’t get a Game Pass subscription. A $150 discount is applicable on all storage trims of the smartphones be it 1TB, 512GB, or 256GB. Galaxy S24 Ultra is available in Titanium Black, Titanium Grey, Titanium Yellow, and Titanium Violet.

Galaxy S24 Ultra is a complete package

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra color options

Samsung’s Galaxy S24 Ultra was announced in January earlier this year with several new improvements. The smartphone now uses a Titanium chassis like the iPhone 15 Pro Max and is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip.

It has the same 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED panel as the S23 Ultra but comes with a higher 2600 nits peak brightness. The Galaxy S24 Ultra’s camera system is also largely the same as last year; however, there’s a new 50MP periscope telephoto lens instead of the 12MP one used previously.

Elsewhere, the Galaxy S24 Ultra packs a 5,000mAh battery that will last you a full day. It charges pretty fast with 45W wired charging. Samsung promises seven years of software updates with the phone and packs it with loads of AI features.

Best Buy and Amazon are offering the discount for a limited time, so you might want to hurry up before the deal is gone.

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Anurag is a Tech writer at Dexerto. He is an expert in laptops, smartphones, and wearables. Anurag has previously covered major brands like Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft. He's previously written for publications like Android Police, Neowin, MakeTechEasier, Gizmochina, and more. Get in touch at