Samsung has had a particularly stellar year in the TV department. Its premium QLED technology has finally proven itself against its OLED rival, and many of the South Korean's sets have walked away from our test room with the full five-star set.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday just around the corner, now is certainly the time to keep both eyes on the lookout for a few hundred quid off - on both brand-new and older Samsung TVs.
After all, last year's Black Friday bonanza saw up to 50 per cent discounts off a range of Samsung QLED, LCD, HD and 4K TVs, so there’s no reason we shouldn’t expect similarly severe slashes on select sets this time round.
We’ve collated the best Samsung deals around right now - and not just on TVs but also Blu-ray players, soundbars, tablets and true wireless earbuds. So whether you’re looking to spend £2000 on your first 4K TV and 4K disc spinner combo, or just £180 on the latest headphone tech, this page exists to point you in the right direction.
Best Samsung 4K TV deals
Samsung UE50NU7020 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR
£549 £399 at AO.com A 50in 4K HDR TV for £399 - what a time to be alive. Samsung has a good track record when it comes to TVs, so while we haven't seen this particular model, our expectations are high. As well as 4K and HDR support, the UE50NU7020 features a plethora of smart apps, including 4K Netflix and BBC iPlayer.
Samsung UE43NU7020 43" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV
£499 £349 at Amazon Short on space? Perhaps this 43in 4K TV is just the ticket. It has Freeview HD, smart apps, and HDR, HDR10+ and HLG support, and – better yet – is £150 off.
Best Pre-Black Friday Samsung 4K TV deals
- 55 inch 4K LED
- 4K, HDR
The Samsung Q8DN aims to squeeze the excellent picture technology of its top TVs into a more affordable package. And it's a success.
You get 4K HDR versions of Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, BBC iPlayer, Rakuten and Google Play Movies & TV. ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand 5 are also all on board, as are Now TV, Twitch, YouTube, Plex and Spotify. The sound isn't great from the small speakers, but the picture is sharp, detailed and colourful, with impressive smart features.
- Lots of apps and features
- Power via OneConnect box
- Bright, vibrant picture
Picture-wise the Q9FN is a definite improvement on last year’s Samsungs - especially in terms of motion processing. Its brightness and vibrancy is class-leading (thanks to a move from edge backlighting to a direct, full-array backlight), and vast feature and technology support spans everything from Netflix and Amazon in full 4K HDR form, Now TV for contract-free Sky content, and HDR10, HLG and HDR10+ formats.
The Q9FN is undeniably a huge step forward for Samsung’s QLEDs, and a TV that will, for those who prefer absolute brightness over dark depth, be an even better option than an OLED equivalent.
- Astonishingly punchy, bright and vibrant images
- Lots of apps and features
- Power via OneConnect box
Fancy a bigger screen? The QE65Q9FN is the 65in version of the telly you see above, with all the benefits: an excellent user interface, capable sound quality, an abundance of apps and thoughtful features to keep gamers happy.
It's among the brightest, punchiest, most vibrant TV we’ve reviewed and combines that brightness with genuinely deep but detailed blacks.
Having dropped £800 since its launch, it's an even more tempting proposition now than it was when we slapped a five-star sticker on its chest.
Best Samsung home cinema deals
- Subwoofer and rear speaker upgrades
- Vast streaming support
Not only does this Samsung soundbar boast a room-filling, spacious and balanced sound, it also has sufficient bragging rights when it comes to connectivity.
Alongside the typical soundbar HDMI, optical and 3.5mm connections are Bluetooth and wi-fi, the latter of which opens this soundbar up to a world of online music streaming from the likes of Tidal, Spotify, TuneIn, Deezer and Qobuz, as well as NAS drives.
A streaming soundbar for only £449 looks like a deal to us alright.
- Vivid colours and good detail
- Wide range of apps
For just £180, the Samsung UBD-M9000 is a very decent gateway into 4K Blu-ray discs. It may not be as competitive as some rivals on the audio front, but in terms of picture it's a spectacle, with details and vivid colours in spades.
You can stream content via the menagerie of apps available on this player, too: Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube, BBC iPlayer, All 4 and Wuaki.tv.
Best Samsung tablet deals
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
- Sophisticated stylus
- Good battery life
- Crisp picture
The Tab S3 may not be the latest Samsung tablet (that's the Tab S4 you'll see below), but it does well to warrant a recommendation between the cheaper Amazon Fire models and pricier Apple iPads.
The S Pen stylus is by far the most enjoyable part of the Galaxy Tab S3 experience - it offers a nice compromise for those that want to doodle but don’t want to pay premium costs for an iPad Pro and Apple’s Pencil.
It secures its favourable fate with a clear, crisp screen and above-par sound with Dolby Atmos support.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4
- More refined S Pen stylus
- Clean, crisp 10.5in screen
The latest Samsung Galaxy Android tablet isn’t a million miles from its predecessor (and why should it be?), but it brings the decent bumps to storage, battery, processor and audio to back its corner as a worthy successor.
Our positive first impressions of the Tab S4 are only intensified by the fact it can now be picked up on Amazon for £100 less than its launch price.
Best Samsung headphones deals
Samsung Gear Icon X (2018)
- Great features for runners
- 3.4GB of storage
- Long battery life
True wireless earbuds (those without a wire tethering the earpieces together) are all about convenience, and these Samsungs take that priority a step further with a built-in Running Coaching feature for logging your time, distance and burned calories, and a 3.4GB internal memory so you can store up to 1,000 tracks in case your phone runs out of power.
The Gear Icon Xs’ sonic ability is absolutely commendable for its tonal balance, musicality and rhythmic prowess (even if a slight coarseness through the midrange and treble tends to rankle after a prolonged period of listening).