Samsung is one of the biggest players in the AV market, offering a huge range of products in a huge range of categories, including TVs, soundbars, headphones, Blu-ray players and more.
And, thanks to that wide choice, you don't have to look far for a Samsung bargain. We've rounded-up some of the best Samsung deals online.
Best Samsung TV deals
Samsung UE43TU7100 43-inch 4K TV
£479 £399 at John Lewis
This was more or less Samsung's cheapest model for 2020, and it's now had a hearty discount. It's a great TV for the money, too. it does a remarkably good job in terms of core picture and sound performance, and boasts the best, most-app packed operating system in the business. As long as you can live with only two HDMIs, there’s little reason not to buy.
Samsung QE65Q95T QLED TV
£2999 £1799 at Richer Sounds
Samsung's 4K flagship for 2020 has already shed £1200 from its price. Despite a couple of specs being slightly downgraded from last year's equivalent model, we were extremely impressed with the Q95T when we reviewed it, praising its natural picture, improved motion and sound, and superb smart platform.
Samsung UE50TU8500 50-inch 4K TV
£749 £549 at John Lewis
Simply put, thanks to the massive, early discount, this Samsung is the best TV you can buy for the money. An accomplished all-round picture performance, surprisingly solid sound, and an operating system that’s both great to use and packed with streaming apps make this one of the biggest bargains around right now.
Samsung UE55TU8000 55-inch 4K TV
£699 £549 at Peter Tyson
The 55-inch TU8000 launched at £699, received a five-star verdict from us when we reviewed it at £599, and is now available for just £549. It's almost too good to be true. Grab one while you can.
Samsung QE49Q80T 49-inch 4K QLED
£1399 £999 at Sevenoaks
We rated the Samsung Q80T series the full five stars when we reviewed the 55-inch model, so we're fairly confident this 49-inch version is a good bet – not least with a special £400 saving. It has a standard design and feature set, including four HDMI inputs, support for HDR video and all the expected streaming apps, including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+ and iPlayer.
Samsung QE55Q90T QLED TV
£1599 £1124 at Amazon
The Q90T offers Samsung's flagship 4K performance for 2020 (the Q95T adds the One Connect system but is identical in terms of picture) and is, predictably, rather excellent. It's brilliantly bright, vibrant and punchy, is packed with features such as VRR and ALLM, and its operating system is second to none. And now you can buy it with a discount.
Samsung QE55Q80T QLED TV
£1599 £1079 at Hughes
This new model for 2020 has already dropped in price by £520. It's one step down from Samsung's flagship 4K TV and represented an excellent mid-range choice at launch so now looks like quite the savvy choice. It's a great option for gamers, too.
Samsung QE65Q95T QLED TV
£2999 £1725 at Amazon
Samsung's 4K flagship for 2020 has now shed £1274 from its price. Despite a couple of specs being slightly downgraded from last year's equivalent model, we were extremely impressed with the Q95T when we reviewed it, praising its natural picture, improved motion and sound, and superb smart platform.
£5499 £2999 at Amazon (save £2500)
Samsung's entry-level 75-inch 8K model looked like strong value when it launched at £5499, and it now seems like a bit of a bargain with this £2500 discount. The Q800T has fewer dimming zones than the Q900TS and Q950TS below, and it goes less bright, but 2000nits is still way more than enough for a super-punchy picture. This looks like a very good buy.
Samsung QE75Q60T 75-inch QLED TV
£2299 £1249 at Amazon
If you want to go massive without spending a fortune, the Q60T looks like an excellent option. It's a 4K QLED, so should be sharp, bright and vibrant, and it boasts the best, most app-packed operating system in the business.
Samsung QE75Q950TS 8K OLED TV
£7999 £5999 at Currys
The bigger the TV, the bigger the discount, and if you've got room for a 75-inch 8K TV in your house you can currently save a £2000 off this five-star 8K TV from Samsung. It's a 2020 Award-winner, too.
Best Samsung headphones deals
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
£179 £109 at Chitterchatter (save £70)
This is for the Mystic White colourway, and is a great deal on a pair of Samsung's newest (and most intriguingly shaped) Galaxy buds. These in-ear noise-cancellers produce a balanced, likeable sound with good bass weight.
Best Samsung tablet deals
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 32GB
£249 £199 at LaptopsDirect
The Galaxy Tab E is cheaper still but doesn't really cut it as a budget tablet. Instead, we'd suggest the 10in Tab A, which offers a sharp and colourful screen and is a serious budget alternative to the iPad mini.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ wi-fi 128GB
£799 £749 at Amazon
The S7+ is Samsung's latest challenger to the iPad Pro. It features a gorgeous 11in LED screen, Dolby Atmos speakers and a redesigned S Pen stylus for scribbling away. A solid discount on a top-tier tablet.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (Angora Blue)
£399 £349 at Amazon
Amazon has also knocked £70 off the 2019 Tab S6 Lite, which sports a 10.4in display, Dolby Atmos and four AKG-tuned internal speakers. Unlike its rival, the iPad, this tablet also comes with a stylus pen in the box.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 wi-fi
£619 £595 at Amazon
The S7 is Samsung's latest challenger to the iPad Pro. It features a gorgeous 11in LED screen, Dolby Atmos support and a redesigned S Pen stylus for scribbling away.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 128GB wi-fi £619 £597 at Amazon
The Galaxy Tab S6 is frequently discounted, but rarely by this much. It features a great screen and comes with a clever stylus pen, though battery life is average. Still, with £120 off, it's a real bargain.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 32GB
£189 £119 at Amazon
This deal gets you a few quid off Samsung's family-friendly budget tablet with 8in display and 32GB of storage. This model isn't the newest, so grab the discount while you can.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 32GB Wi-Fi
£600 £436 at BT
This premium Android tablet comes with Samsung's S Pen stylus, a decent 9.7in screen that's capable of HDR video playback and Dolby Atmos sound. It's getting a bit long in the tooth now, but that means you can bag more than £150 off the usual price.