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Here’s How to Take Advantage of Samsung’s Buy-One, Get-One-Free TV Promotion

Earlier this year at CES, Samsung announced its 2024 TV model lineup, which includes screens with Mini LED displays, quantum-dot-enabled OLEDs, and other, more affordable TVs. We like what we've seen so far, which makes Samsung's current TV promotion pretty exciting if a new TV is in your budget for this year.

If you preorder a select Samsung screen between now and April 11, 2024, you can qualify for a free 65-inch Samsung TU690T Crystal UHD model while supplies last. Full disclosure: We have yet to test any of the upcoming 2024 models, but we have spent years testing Samsung TVs and recommend several in our Best TVs buying guide. Amazon is also offering $100 off most Samsung models right now.

Samsung 2024 Preorder Promotion

By no means will the free model be as nice as your preordered screen. The TU690T usually hovers around $500, and it doesn't have modern features like local dimming, which helps make blacks appear darker and whites look brighter, and improves the contrast of the screen. But a free 65-inch TV can be a fantastic way to upgrade a friend or loved one's aging TV set, or you can put it in a spare bedroom, work area, garage, or any other space where you might've wanted a screen but didn't want to spend the money for it.

The Nitty Gritty

How is Samsung able to give away free TV sets as a part of this promotion? We reached out to Samsung for comment but it hasn't given us an answer yet. But hey, free TV! Here are the 2024 TV models that qualify for the deal:

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Samsung Neo QLED 4K QN85D: Starting at $1,400Samsung Neo QLED 4K QN90D: Starting at $1,500Samsung Neo QLED 8K QN800D: Starting at $3,500Samsung Neo QLED 8K QN900D: Starting at $5,000Samsung OLED S90D: Starting at $2,000Samsung OLED S95D: Starting at $2,600Samsung The Frame QLED 4K: Starting at $1,000

Several of these TVs are available in multiple sizes, so be sure to choose the size you want. If you'd prefer to shop at another retailer, you're in luck, because Amazon is offering the same promotion on a few of the same TVs.

Samsung's TV interface isn't our favorite, but it's completely usable with virtually every major streaming app, and has the ability to cast content from your phone to the TV with ease. (You can always add a third-party streaming stick, like a Chromecast with Google TV or a Roku, to change it up.) Many of the TVs in the 2024 lineup include advanced processing and color features, as well as the ability to play video games at 120 frames per second in 4K resolution—the fastest that modern consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One can handle.

Be sure to read our Best TVs guide for more information on last year's models, and stay tuned for our reviews and coverage of the latest.


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