Samsung has expanded its Black Friday sale with new discounts across smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, computers, and home appliances. This is in addition to the deals we’ve been tracking on Samsung’s best TVs and monitors, like the Smart Monitor M8 and ViewFinity S9 5K Display.
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Right now, both of these have all-time low prices on Amazon. The Smart Monitor M8 is available for $399.99 ($300 off) and the ViewFinity S9 5K Display is available for $1,265.31 ($334 off). The latter deal has been fluctuating on Amazon, so if it does disappear, Samsung has a solid second-best offer at $1,299.99 for the next few days.
Samsung is encouraging users to shop through the Shop Samsung mobile app this season, which has some exclusive deals and deep discounts on smartphones, smartwatches, and mobile accessories. Clicking any of the Samsung links in this post while on mobile should give you the option to install the app.
Other than monitors and TVs, we’re also now tracking quite a few deals on refrigerators, tablets, and computers below. These sale prices will be live for this week only, so be sure to check out Samsung’s event before the best prices of the year disappear.
Smart Monitor M8 – $399.99 at Amazon, down from $699.99
ViewFinity S9 5K Smart Monitor – $1,299.99, down from $1,599.99
27-inch Odyssey G32A Gaming Monitor – $179.99, down from $279.99
34-inch ViewFinity S50GC Monitor – $279.99, down from $379.99
49-inch Odyssey G9 QLED Curved Gaming Monitor – $899.99, down from $1,499.99
55-inch Odyssey Ark 2nd Gen Curved Gaming Monitor – $1,999.99, down from $2,999.99
85-inch Crystal UHD TV – $1,199.99, down from $1,599.99
The Frame QLED 4K TV – Save up to $1,000, starting at just $549.99 for 32-inch
85-inch QLED 4K TV – $1,500.00, down from $2,799.99
85-inch Neo QLED 4K TV – $2,799.99, down from $4,799.99
55-inch OLED TV – $1,899.99, down from $2,499.99
85-inch Neo QLED 8K TV – $5,499.99, down from $7,999.99
S-Series Wireless Dolby ATMOS Soundbar – $599.99, down from $899.99
Q-Series Wireless Dolby ATMOS Soundbar – $1,399.99, down from $1,899.99
Bespoke Side-by-Side Fridge with Beverage Center – $1,399.00, down from $2,314.00
Large Capacity 3-Door Fridge with AutoFill Water Pitcher – $1,599.00, down from $2,423.99
Bespoke 3-Door French Door Fridge with Beverage Center – $1,799.00, down from $3,114.00
Bespoke 4-Door French Door Fridge – $1,999.00, down from $3,114.00
Bespoke 4-Door Flex Fridge with Family Hub – $3,099.00, down from $5,114.00
If you’re shopping for a Samsung smartphone this week, there are extra cash discounts to be found on these devices when shopping via the Shop Samsung mobile app, beyond the trade-in bonus offers listed below.
Galaxy S23 Ultra – Get up to $800 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
Galaxy S23 – Get up to $600 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
Galaxy S23+ – Get up to $600 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
Galaxy Z Fold5 – Get a free storage upgrade and up to $1,000 instant trade-in credit
Galaxy Z Flip5 – Get up to $600 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
Galaxy S23 FE – Get up to $400 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
Computers & Tablets
Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 – $1,299.99, down from $1,899.99
Galaxy Book3 Ultra – $1,799.99, down from $2,399.99
Galaxy Tab S9 FE – Get $50 off and up to $350 instant trade-in credit
Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra – Get a free storage upgrade and up to $700 instant trade-in credit
You can find all the Apple Black Friday Deals currently available in our dedicated post. For everything else, we’re keeping track of all of the season’s best Apple-related deals in our Black Friday roundup, so be sure to check back throughout the month for an updated list of all the most notable discounts you’ll find for Black Friday 2023.
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