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One of the best parts of Black Friday 2021 are the discounts on top-rated technology from major brands. One of those big names is Samsung, which is offering serious savings on its TVs, home appliances, phones, laptops, and more as part of its early Black Friday sale. You can also save more by trading in certain devices. 

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In anticipation of supply issues and labor shortages, Samsung is joining other major players in revealing sale items early—including Walmart, Amazon and Best Buy. You can get discounts on everything you need, including the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 Smartphone and the stainless steel dishwashers.

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Grab the Samsung Early Black Friday Deals

TVs

Save up to $900 on this Samsung Q80A.

  • Samsung The Frame TV from $449.99 (Save $150 to $1,000)
  • Samsung Q80A QLED 4K Smart TV from $899.99 (Save $300 to $1,200)
  • Samsung 43-Inch Samsung Sero 4K UHDHDR SmartTV for $9999.99 (Save 1,000)
  • Samsung The Terrace QLED 4K Smart TV from $2,799.99 (Save $700 to $3,000)
  • Samsung QN900A Samsung Neo QLED8K Smart TV starting at $3,299.99

Smartphones

Shop deals on devices including the Galaxy ZFold3.

  • Samsung Galaxy Buds Live from $59.99 with trade-in (Save $70 to $110)
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 starting at $64.99 (with trade-in, save $50 to $185).
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds2 from $79.99 with trade-in (Save $20 to $40)
  • Galaxy S21 5G Smartphone starting at $199.99 (Save $100-$650)
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G Smartphone from $299.99 with trade-in (Save $100 to $650)
  • Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Smartphone starting at $649.99 (Save $250-$900 with Trade-In)
  • Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Smartphone Starting at $824.99 With Trade-In (Save 100 to $375).

Appliances and your home

This Samsung electric range offers an eye-catching design and voice-enabled abilities for $290 off.

  • Samsung Jet Bot+ Robot Vacuum with Clean Station for $599 (Save $200)
  • Samsung DW80R9950US Smart Linear Dishwasher Starting at $899
  • Samsung AirDresser with Steam Refresh & Sanitize Cycle for $1,349 (Save $150)
  • Samsung NX60T8711SS/AA Samsung Slide-In gas range starting at $1699 (Save $600
  • Samsung NE63T8751SS/AA 6.3 Cubic-Foot Smart Slide In Electric Range Starting at $2,609 (Save 290 to $300
  • Samsung Full Depth Smart 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with AutoFill Water Pitcher and Dual Ice Maker for $2,399 (Save $800)

Tablets and Laptops

Enter the world of tablets with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 on sale in honor of Black Friday 2021.

  • Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2, starting at $49.99, with Trade-in. Save $150-500
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 starting at $129.99 (Save $25-$275)
  • Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 for $1,009.99 with Trade-in
  • Samsung 15-Inch Galaxy Book Pro 360 1TB and 32-Inch M7 4K UHD Smart Monitor Bundle for $1,379.98 (Save $570)

Does Samsung do Black Friday deals?

Yes. We expect Samsung to release its official Black Friday deals around the day of the event on November 26.

When does Samsung Black Friday start?

Samsung is currently offering Early Black Friday prices, although the company hasn’t yet revealed any details on its Black Friday sale.

Samsung: What are the benefits of buying direct?

In addition to the heavily discounted prices, Samsung offers free haul away and recycling of your old TV with a purchase of a new TV. There’s also free shipping, no-contact delivery and simple returns if you find it doesn’t fit your space or home décor. You can save up to 50% on customizable bezels with The Frame. These include modern browns, modern teaks, modern whites, modern whites, modern whites, and modern whites. They can even be replaced for standard black. Normally starting at $100, bezel upgrades can be yours for as low as $50 (depending on the size of your chosen TV) for the duration of the sale.

Is it possible to finance your purchase, or must you pay in full upfront?

If you don’t want to pay outright or put the entire amount on credit, you can opt to pay monthly for up to 48 months, spreading out the cost of a new TV, dishwasher or other big-ticket items over the course of four years. You don’t need to pay a downpayment and you can get financing with 0% APR.

Samsung offers a try-now, pay later option that allows you to test eligible products for 21 days. Once the time is up, payments can be made. You can then pay the three monthly installments via Affirm after this time. You can also return the product if you wish to do so within the 30-day trial.

What are the specials?

Yes. There are many other promotions on the website and during the sale. These include free true wireless headphones with select cordless vacuums. With a Frame TV, for example, you can add a qualifying soundbar to the purchase for up to $270 for a limited time, offering an improved and more immersive audio experience while watching movies or TV, playing video games, or even listening to music.

Samsung Care+: Should You Buy?

It depends. Samsung Care+ is Samsung’s extra warranty program, that provides up to four additional years of coverage for a fee. It depends on which product it covers, and can range from personal set up to electrical or mechanical issues. It is worth looking at your replacement cost for high-priced items such as smartphones or TVs that are portable and weighing them against any extra warranty.  

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Source: USAToday.com

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