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How much does the Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Ultra cost in Australia?

The barrier for entry is a little higher this year (but you get more storage at the cheap end.)

Brodie Fogg
Feb 09, 2024
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Samsung has officially launched its Galaxy AI-powered S24 series. Here's how much you will pay for the standard Galaxy S24, the larger Galaxy S24 Plus and the premium Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra outright or on a plan. Devices are available in-store or online now. 

Samsung Galaxy S24 pricing compared

Starting at $1,399

The 2024 series of Samsung flagships starts at $1,399 for the 256GB Samsung Galaxy S24 and can cost up to $2,799 at the premium end for the 1TB Galaxy S24 Ultra. Here's an overview of outright pricing for each storage variant. Keep reading for more information on available deals. 

ModelPriceMore info
Samsung Galaxy S24 256GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 512GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus 256GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus 512GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 256GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 512GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 1TB
Photograph of the Samsung Galaxy S24 colours -

Galaxy S24 deals in Australia

You can still nab a discount on the Samsung Galaxy S24 series. You've just got to know where to look.

Whether you want to buy the Samsung Galaxy S24 outright or on a plan, there are plenty of deals at launch from major Australian retailers and telcos. Here's a breakdown of the cheapest prices from each retailer. 

Galaxy S24
Galaxy S24 Plus
Galaxy S24 Ultra
Save $50 off Galaxy Buds / $100 off Galaxy Watch6
Samsung logo
Receive a bonus $350 with trade-in Get 50% off 2 year Samsung Care+, valued at $139.503
$200 off every S24 device
JB Hifi
Up to $400 bonus trade-in value
Harvey Norman
Bonus $300 trade-in credit towards S24 and S24 Plus. Bonus $400 trade-in towards S24 Ultra. $500 Harvey Norman gift card when you sign up to a $69/mth Optus SIM plan for 24 months.
Office Works Logo
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Galaxy S24 UItra price

The best deals compared for this year's primo Galaxy S24 Ultra.

In past years, Samsung's S-Pen-packing Galaxy Ultra model has been the more popular choice in Australia by far. Having officially replaced the Note series, the top-tier Ultra model offers a similar phablet experience with the included stylus that Samsung die-hards keep coming back for. This year, there are some decent deals on the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, even after the pre-order deals have ended . Here's a round-up of the best pricing and deals on the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra in Australia.

Galaxy S24 Ultra 256GB
Galaxy S24 Ultra 512GB
Galaxy S24 Ultra 1TB
Save $50 on Galaxy Buds / $100 on Galaxy Watch6 with S24 Ultra purchase.
Receive a bonus $350 with trade-in Get 50% off 2 year Samsung Care+, valued at $139.503
Save $200 off every Galaxy S24 Ultra until 31 March.

When did the Samsung Galaxy S24 release in Australia?

The Samsung Galaxy S24 series of smartphones officially went on sale on the 7th of February 2024. Handsets are now available for purchase online and in-store. 

Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S24 in Australia

The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is widely available across most major retailers and telcos in Australia. Here's where you can purchase one outright or on a plan:

  • Amazon
  • Amaysim
  • Samsung Online Store
  • Telstra
  • Optus
  • Vodafone
  • JB Hi-Fi
  • Harvey Norman
  • Bing Lee
  • Officeworks
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Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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