Need a new TV that packs a bit more punch? Well, take a look at these incredible Black Friday and Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals. Samsung has been a key brand at the heart of most Black Friday sales since the American shopping holiday took hold in the UK around ten years ago. And today, we’ve found an incredible offer on its QLED range.
This Black Friday Samsung TV deal from tech retailer Currys is sure to cater for all types of TV lovers. Whether you’re a box-set binger, soap lover, sports fan or film enthusiast.
Samsung TV deals – quicklinks
- Samsung 65″ Q80A Smart 4K QLED TV | was £1499, now £999 (save £500)
- Samsung 55″ TU8300 Curved Crystal UHD 4K TV | was £699, now £479 (save £220)
- Samsung 43″ QN90A Smart 4K Neo QLED TV | was £1299, now £949 (save £350)
- Samsung 75″ AU9007 Smart 4K LED TV | was £1299, now £979 (save £320)
- Samsung 55″ QN94A Smart Neo QLED 4K TV | was £1499, now £1299 (save £200)
Black Friday Samsung TV deals
Samsung 55″ TU8300 Curved Crystal UHD 4K TV | was £699, now £479 (save £220)
Always wanted a curved TV? Well now is your chance to get one for less, as Very has kindly shaved a full £220 off the price of the 55-inch Samsung TU8300. That’s an amazing saving of 31%, but you should act fast as we don’t know how long the discount is going to last.
Samsung 43″ QN90A Smart 4K Neo QLED TV | was £1299, now £949 (save £350)
If you’re looking for a good 40-inch TV for the spare room, then this Samsung QN90A 4K Neo QLED set is currently £350 cheaper at Currys for Black Friday. That’s a saving of 27%, but you should be quick as TVs are selling out like hotcakes this year!
What is Samsung QLED?
According to Samsung’s website, ‘A QLED TV is a Quantum dot-based TV, and that Quantum dot material is what makes QLED TVs different from conventional ones.’
A Quantum Dot is made of a special semiconductor material that, in a nutshell, emit very precise coloured light at very efficient speeds. It’s this speed and accuracy that delivers not just very luminous, crisp and bright pictures, but a very true-to-life spectrum of colours on screen.
Samsung believes their inorganic QLED technology is more stable than rivals’ Organic LED or OLED technology, which it says is more susceptible to ‘burn in’. This is where faint traces of a picture – for example, a channel’s logo in the top corner of the screen – are ‘burnt in’ to the OLED panel if you watch regularly.
Look out for more great bargains on a range of homeware, kitchenware and much more on Black Friday (26 November) on our website.