The deals began yesterday with offers on a range of devices including Galaxy S9 smartphones and 4K TVs.
Samsung says its cut-priced offers will run until Monday, November 26, or so-called Cyber Monday. so there’s plenty of time to get some money off.
So, if you are in the market for a new Samsung 4K TV here’s all the best offers direct from Samsung plus extra discounts from Currys and Argos.
SAMSUNG BLACK FRIDAY 2018 TV DEALS
Samsung 55-inch Q8C Curved 4K TV – £1,699 – SAVING £500 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Samsung 65-inch Q8F QLED 4K TV – £2,099 – SAVING £600 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Samsung 65-inch Q7F QLED 4K TV – £1,899 – SAVING £600 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Samsung 55-inch Q8D QLED 4K TV – £1,599 – SAVING £600 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Along with this deals, Samsung is also offering another £200 off when you buy any 4K QLED TV with selected sound-bars.
SAMSUNG ARGOS TV DEALS
Samsung 55-inch 4K TV – £599 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Samsung 49-inch Curved 4K – £449 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Samsung 49-inch 4K TV – £399 • GET THE DEAL HERE
The news of the deals comes just a month after Samsung released its very latest 8K TVs in the UK.
Samsung’s all-new QLED 8K tellies were announced at the IFA tech show back in August and they are now available in stores.
These stunning sets raise the bar to whole new level with a shaper, more colourful and brighter experience beamed to the screen.
In fact, the new Q900R 8K TV features real 8K Resolution capable of up to 4,000 nit peak brightness – a standard met by most film studios.
With more pixels packed into the screen, the new televisions also offer a much cleaner image with far less distortion.
This is vital for those wanting a bigger TV and means that even the largest sets still look pin-sharp.
You might be wondering what the point of an 8K TV is when there’s still very little 4K content available to watch.
Although Sky, Netflix and Virgin have all boosted their 4K output, all of the terrestrial channels are still lagging behind with this technology.
Samsung says that 8K will be the next big thing and their new TVs can upscale standard programmes to near 8K quality.