On the cusp of the Galaxy S22 Ultra Unpacked event, most Galaxy S21 Ultra variants are out of stock

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On the cusp of the Galaxy S22 Ultra Unpacked event, most Galaxy S21 Ultra variants are out of stock
UPDATESamsung has launched the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Tab S8 series preorder reservations, and you can earn $50 credit for reserving the phones early from the links below, plus some "exclusive offers" that will be revealed when the preorder period starts.

The 512GB Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra can be had for just $299.99

With $1000 off for an S21 Ultra trade-in and a free 512GB storage upgrade, the S22 Ultra can be had for up to $1100 off.
$299 99
$1399 99

The Samsung Galaxy S22+ is now $800 off

Grab a free 256GB storage upgrade to add to the enhanced $700 trade-in credit.
$249 99
$1049 99

The 256GB Samsung Galaxy S22 can be had for a $100 instead of $849

The Galaxy S22's storage upgrade to 256GB is now free, plus you can get up to $700 off with a trade-in.
$849 99

Save $825 on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

The 128GB Tab S8 Ultra enjoys $675 enhanced trade-in credit, plus free Galaxy Buds Pro earphones with a purchase.
$424 99
$1099 99

The Galaxy S22 series Unpacked event is fast approaching, and Samsung has scrubbed most possibilities to order a Galaxy S21 Ultra from its website directly. At first the S21 Ultra was completely gone for the day, then the only variant that appeared back on sale was the 128GB silver S21 Ultra, available in 'limited quantities' for T-Mobile. 

Gone are the Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, or unlocked models of the S21 Ultra, which is another indication that Samsung may discontinue the phone when the S22 Ultra lands, just like it did with the S20 series.

The demise only goes for the Ultra model, though, and you can still buy the Galaxy S21 or S21+ (unless you are striving for the unlocked one),as well as the newly launched Galaxy S21 FE. In fact, Samsung is now only promoting the Galaxy S21 FE deals and its foldable Z Flip and Z Fold models, rather than anything from the S-series.
Rumor has it that the Galaxy S22 Unpacked event will be held on Tuesday, February 8, and, given the amount of S22 series leaks in recent days, this may very well turn out to be a credible one. 

In our preliminary Galaxy S22 Ultra vs Galaxy S21 Ultra comparison based on leaks and educated guessing, the conclusion was that once the S22 Ultra launches, Samsung's need to keep the S21 Ultra around would be highly doubtful, and the company seems to agree. 

The S22 Ultra will serve all the S21 Ultra and Note 20 Ultra functions better than each individual predecessor, so if you have been hoping that Samsung will simply drop the S21 Ultra price when the S22 Ultra launches to scoop one up on the cheap, you might be in for a disappointment.

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