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Samsung's free 65-inch 4K smart TV offer expires soon

You get a free TV with a qualifying preorder from the new flagship smart TV line (Image source: Samsung)
You get a free TV with a qualifying preorder from the new flagship smart TV line (Image source: Samsung)
Samsung has recently unveiled the pricing of its 2024 TV line, which includes the new Neo QLED 8K and 4K, OLED, and The Frame. As a promotional offer, with a qualifying preorder of one of these smart TVs, the company is offering a 65-inch 4K TV for free. But this promo ends on April 11, so you need to act fast.

The recently unveiled 2024 Samsung smart TV line is up for preorders with an attractive bundle deal. With a qualifying purchase on the new smart TVs, you get a free 65-inch 4K Class Crystal 4K TV (TU690T). While this free unit won't deliver the same level of detail as the flagships, it's still a good addition that generally goes for $479.99.

But you need to hurry. This free 4K TV deal for qualifying preorders will expire on April 11. It's also worth mentioning that besides the official Samsung online store, this promo offer on the new 2024 smart TVs is active on Best Buy and Amazon. So, you have triple the chances of scoring one before supplies end.

As for the latest flagship Samsung smart TV line, it consists of both OLED and QLED options. These are flagships, so the prices aren't exactly affordable. More specifically, the starting price of the new flagship lineup is $1,000. That's for the 43" Class The Frame, a versatile option for those who would like their TV to also act like a piece of art.

One of the main highlights of the latest lineup, however, is the Samsung S95D OLED. It comes with an anti-glare panel that can noticeably improve the viewing experience. Of course, if you want a large-sized smart TV, it's the Neo QLED 4K that should be under your radar. Samsung is offering that in various sizes, with the highest-end model maxing out at 98 inches. You can learn more about the new collection from the video attached below.

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Samsung (linked above) via: CNET

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Abid Ahsan Shanto, 2024-04-10 (Update: 2024-04-10)