Samsung refreshes Black Friday offers, get $3,000 off on select TVs!

 phonearena.com  11/22/2020 07:57:00 

Samsung refreshes Black Friday offers, get $3,000 off on select TVs!

The 20th might be behind us, but that doesnt mean that the Black Friday offers are over! Samsung has refreshed its store with a new slew of offers, bringing the prices of many TV models down. You can save up to $3,000 on a nice new QLED or browse through the many offers on smartphones, smartwatches, washers, and other electronics  many of these are still live!Samsung is slashing the prices of its wide portfolio of TVs. From small UHD sets to gargantuan QLED beasts that can transform your living room into a cinema. Head over to the link below to view all Samsung Black Friday TV deals:

Samsung TVs - 8K, 4K, QLED, Crystal UHD - up to $3000 off on Samsung TVs


Samsungs S20 line starts with the budget-friendly Galaxy S20 FE 5G and tops off with the behemoth Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. All of them have exquisite displays with 120 Hz refresh rates, the perfect camera to help you capture the moment, and the processing power to play all your favorite games.The Note line has always been the productive persons phone  For those who do. Huge, beautiful screens, powerful hardware, and the best stylus you can find bundled up with a smartphone  the S Pen.Trade in your old phone with Samsung for a hefty discount.

Galaxy S20 - Save up to $550 on any Galaxy S20. Plus, get $30 credit towards Samsung accessories.

Galaxy Note 20 - Save up to $700 on any Note 20. Plus, get $30 credit towards Samsung accessories.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE - $289.99 when you trade in a Galaxy S10e

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 - up to $1,000 off with trade-ins, $100 credit towards accessories


The outstanding Galaxy Watch 3 is the perfect companion for your Galaxy smartphone. With a slew of useful features and a battery just refuses to die, the Galaxy Watch will track your fitness, sleep, and feed you notifications and other useful info throughout the day.

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