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[Pre Order] 15% Off Galaxy S20 Series (S20 5G $1274, S20+ 128GB $1274 / 5G $1401, Ultra 5G $1699) + $0 Shipping @ Allphones eBay

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Hi all,

For those Pre-Ordering the latest Samsung S20 Series phones, Allphones eBay has a large 15% discount on the models available to everyone. Please apply coupon code PSPHONE at checkout to receive the discount. T&C's here. As usual, 100% AU stock, GST tax invoice with ABN, local 24 Months Samsung AU Manufacturers warranty.

  • Samsung Galaxy S20 128GB 4G $1146 (Thanks Dr Hades)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 128GB 5G $1274
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ 128GB 4G $1274
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ 128GB 5G $1401
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ 512GB 5G $1614
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 128GB 5G $1699
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 512GB 5G $1911

Please note: S20 Ultra 512GB 5G model has been delayed until early April. All other S20 series models are currently at this stage still ETA Mar-06.

Please also refer to the following listing description for answers to FAQs:

Pre-order Shipping: Dispatch from 06-March

Pre-order Stock / Promotion: All the pre-order stock are Australian stock directly from a Samsung distributor, however we are not part of pre-launch partner, The stock that we provide to you will be the models as per the official pre-launch list, however the bonus Galaxy Buds+ via redemption are not guaranteed but up to Samsung's discretion.

Pre-Order Cancellation Policy: Cancelled order accepted due to change of mind, price changes or delays prior to order dispatch. After the order is dispatched the standard 2 years warranty or return policy applies.

Thank you for your support!

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Average compared to EPP. Would be great if Allphones were participating in the buds+ redemption.

    • +16 votes

      Not everyone has access to EPP program so this is next best thing

      • -3 votes

        The real next best thing (well actually even better than any other alternative) is to buy someone's 50% off code and use that. Will make it significantly cheaper than any other potential deal or EPP offer.

        Should start to see quite a few people selling their codes within the next week or so.

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          What 50% off codes?

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            @Tacooo: Industry partners like staff of telco's get a 50% off code after completing certain tasks, in this case a 30 question quiz.

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          What EPP offer?

        • -4 votes

          Please note that the 50% codes only work on the Telstra EPP site. Using the codes in other EPP sites won't work.

          • +1 vote

            @lplau: That's not true, it depends on the partner you're receiving the code from. In your particular scenario, a Telstra epp code would only work on the telstra epp page and may or may not require a telstra epp login.

            There are some people who will be selling 50% codes that are not from telstra and can be used via a different epp link without the need for an account to login.

            • -1 vote

              @Shekster: True that there are codes for non-telsta, but those will need to be the other telcos. Regular EPPs e.g. ANZ or Coles etc never get the 50% off.

              However keep in mind that if the code is a exclusive deal for that EPP then it can only be used in that portal. e.g. Telstra Codes in TElstra portal, Optus in Optus and Vodafone in Vodafone.

              Where as there are EPP Wide codes such as the $50 off when you sign up to newsletters, which works on any EPP Site.

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                @lplau: Again, not true. There are non-telco's that get the 50% off.

                As I said in my previous comment, there are 50% codes not from Telstra that utilise a different link without the need for an account to login. Not sure what you are trying to disagree with in my comment.

    • +2 votes

      Dont think any Australian models get snap dragon, its always been an exynos chipset. I think only US get snapdragon

    • +6 votes

      Not sure why people keep on whinging about this. Snapdragon vs Exynos, most of the market wont even notice the difference during day to day usage. Only time you would really see the difference is if you run benchmarks.

      Pretty much most of the world uses the Exynos chip for Samsung phones, except for the US due to Qualcomm patents .

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    @lyl,any deals on S10+

    • +1 vote

      won't see the same deals there were on s9 this time last year, as s10/s10+ aren't being discontinued, just their price reduced a bit. The cheap s10e is being discontinued i think?

  • +1 vote

    Why does the ebay listing say delivery is on March 25, but your FAQ above say it will be March 6?

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      FAQ says "Dispatch from 06-March", does not mean it will be dispatched on March 6. It is likely to be shipped later, and then will spend some time in transit. March 26 is the latest you should receive it.

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      Hi Aton,

      Where are you seeing March 25? The eBay listing title and description both mention March 6 as the ETA that we anticipate that we will receive the stock at this stage (except for the S20 Ultra 5G which has been delayed until early April), and then we will dispatch it out as quick as we can. Thanks

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    Pre-order a participating Galaxy S20, S20+, S20+ 5G or S20 Ultra 5G from a Participating Retail Store and receive bonus Galaxy Buds+

    Samsung Retail Stores
    Samsung Online Store
    Telstra & Telstra Partners
    Optus
    Vodafone
    Harvey Norman
    JB Hi-Fi
    The Good Guys
    Officeworks
    Bing Lee
    Radio Rentals (Thorn)
    Microsoft Retail Stores
    Microsoft Online Store
    Woolworths
    Amazon - (Note: Amazon Marketplace is excluded from the Promotion)
    Qantas Q Store
    
  • +5 votes

    So $338 off the Samsung Price for the best one without the buds…. Excluding Samsung also has the $50 coupon.

    I'm gonna need better.

    • -3 votes

      What if I told you that you could get ~$650+ off the Samsung price for the best one without the buds…

      • +2 votes

        Well I can't. I don't have access to that.

        • +2 votes

          What if I also told you people will be selling their 50% off codes very soon, and don't require an EPP account to use…

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            @Shekster: I could always hope.

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            @Shekster: What? is that really a thing? Anyone selling a 50% code please pm very interested. Does that make the ultra $1000?

            • +1 vote

              @Hydro: Correct, it would indeed make the Ultra 128gb $1000.

              There was a particular user on here who sold a few codes and helped out a few people for the Note 10 release. I am quite certain they will be doing a similar thing again for the S20 within the next week.

              Definitely more trustworthy I feel than some other users I've seen who've only recently made fresh OzB accounts solely to try selling codes…

            • +1 vote

              @Hydro: Well, I think they do it for a few $100, so it won’t be 50% off as the code seller wants to make some dollars.

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                @PVA: As you would reasonably expect considering how much you'd stand to save.

                For reference, the current cheapest deal for the S20 Ultra 128gb is $1600 via this ozb deal. You would be able to purchase it using a code for $1000, so even if someone were to buy the code for $500 (for argument's sake) they'd still be making a significant saving on the ozb deal let alone the actual price.

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                  @Shekster: Yeah, that’s what I was trying to explain to the other person.

                  Didn’t know people would sell a code for $500 though.

                  (The education ones are Samsung ones, the 50% off ones are Telstra firmware, which from experience is slow for updates)

                  I’d still be interested, will have to track down a friend in Telstra or see if a codes cheap enough.

                  Is it a simple process, you just go to a site enter the code that you bought and pay the 50%, it’s all in your name and warranty is fine?

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                    @PVA: Just to clarify with your comment, the phones bought via the 50% code are not Telstra firmware, they are the usual unlocked outright handsets sold and as such won't have any issues relating to slow updates due to your carrier.

                    Just want to stop the spread of misinformation as otherwise, it leads to worried people messaging me for clarification afterwards (which I have already had since your comment, referencing exactly your statement of the phone being Telstra stock/branded/firmware etc.)

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                      @Shekster: Thanks for this.
                      I assumed as it was Telstra it would be a telstra rom model (like every android phone, including Samsung, we’ve got from them before )

                      So they come straight from Samsung and not the telcos channels?

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            @Shekster: Hell i would take 2. My wife and i are rocking a s6 and a s7.

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            @Shekster: The all powerful 50% off code.. now that's very interesting and would love to get one if anyone has further info!

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        Please message me if selling a code, very interested in buying one.

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    What are people's thoughts with bud redemption on the 512gb model given its much delayed? It's already cutting it fine and I'm curious if stock issues could arise with the buds…

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      I get they aren’t exactly a launch partner listed but it’s a redemption claim right and it’s a legit invoice so should be possible to apply and see right?
      Or it’s a hard please buy from this list only?
      I’m not really eligible for EPP or EDU so this is kinda my only option

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        Wasn't necessarily thinking about this retailer, more just a general.

        I did read SOME having issues with redemptions before.

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    Might need to edit this?

    Samsung Galaxy S20+ 128GB $1274
    Samsung Galaxy S20+ 128GB 5G $1401

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      Hi hashish,

      What do you mean? Is anything incorrect? The first line refers to the 4G model and second line refers to the 5G model, have updated to include 4G if that makes things more clear. Thank you

      • +1 vote

        My bad. I didnt know the + also comes in 4g..
        Also it didnt say 4g when i copied it from your post.

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    I’m looking to buy the 50% code too anyway.. who has one? :p

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    Dose S20 Ultra have memory slot? thinking to buy 128GB one and use external SD Card.

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    Any chance for price matching at Harvey Norman or similar stores?

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    I Know 4g versions are dual sims, not sure abt 5g versions. My gut feeling is that these are single sim only

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      The dual sim , one is an estimated slot, not a real sim slot. I’ve read that you can’t have both active at the same time, so it’s restrictive not like reall dual sims.

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        Should say e-sim slot, not estimated . I should have read my comment before I posted.

  • +1 vote

    Well I just had a look at the epp store…

    S20 4G: $1079.20
    S20 5G: $1199.20

    S20+ 4G: $1199.20
    S20+ 5G: $1319.20

    S20 Ultra 5G: $1599.20

    If you preorder, you get a free wireless battery pack valued at $9.

    Prior to my S10e, I would get the latest and greatest. What kills me is screen size increasing. I'll stick to the S20 for that reason.

    I looked at the kart for 10mims after selecting the S20 Plus the LED cover and couldn't justify it. My S10e is going strong.

    I shall resist….

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    Great deal for most! Looks similar to last year's one that excluded the preorder bonus.

    If you do have a 28deg mastercard (with price protection) though, go for a full RRP. Just claim the price difference after purchase.

    • +1 vote

      wise words

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      Why is that better than claiming the discount now?

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        Example (you): Pay $1614 now.

        Example (me and what I'm actually doing): Pay full RRP $1899 at Amazon and getting a cashback ($66).

        Sell earphones ($150 to 200).

        Claim multiple price drops throughout the year. Which is usually between $450 at the very least and $700 on a decent sale price.

        Total deductions: between $666 and $966

        Total final amount paid on phone: $933 to $1233

        TLDR; I like paying more on release and getting a lower final price. Makes owning/using the phone roughly free on resale after a year and just repeat the process again.

        My current S10+ 512GB costed me $809 and is being sold for more than that.

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    Why they make s20 so bloody huge?!

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