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Save up to $3000 on Samsung's The Terrace with this monster Black Friday TV deal

Save up to $3000 on Samsung's The Terrace outdoor TV with this monster Black Friday deal
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Samsung's Black Friday spectacular is underway and includes up to $3000 off the price of the company's fancy outdoor QLED TV. The Terrace is bright enough to be seen on a summer's day and rated IP55, so it can withstand the elements.

The range-topping 75-inch 'Full Sun' model is down from $13,000 to $10,000, saving you an incredible $3000! (opens in new tab) There's also $2000 off the 65-inch (opens in new tab) version, which can now be yours for just $8000.

Samsung also offers a 'Partial Sun' version of The Terrace, for those who simply want a weatherproof TV. You can grab $700 off the 55-inch (opens in new tab) (now $2800), $1000 off the 65-inch (opens in new tab) (now $4000) and $1500 off the 75-inch (opens in new tab) (now $6500).

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Samsung 75in The Terrace Outdoor QLED TV $13,000 $10,000 at Samsung (save $3000) (opens in new tab)
The Terrace is the first TV verified for 'Outdoor Visibility', which means this 'Full Sun' model is watchable even in direct sunlight. If you want to give your garden a state-of-the-art twist, look no further.

As well as the usual features you'd expect from a premium Samsung TV – Tizen OS, Bixby voice assistant, HDR10+ support – the Terrace gets a built-in HDBaseT receiver. This means you can run video, audio and power through a single, long-distance cable – making outdoor set-up a doddle.

It's rated iP55 – meaning the TV isn't fully sealed but able to withstand dust and water. A slight downpour shouldn't bother it and you get a fully waterproof remote control as part of the package too. Fancy upgrading the built-in 20W speakers? Samsung also has a matching weather-resistant Terrace soundbar.  

The glare from the sun won't wreck your alfresco viewing sessions, either. Samsung says it's bumped up the Terrace's brightness to a whopping 2000 nits. Together with anti-glare technology, that should reduce reflections on a blazing hot summer's day.

Want to turn your garden into a movie theatre? With up $3000 off The Terrace at (opens in new tab), you achieve that very dream and save yourself a small fortune. Need something a bit more affordable? Here's our pick of the best outdoor projectors, and an easy-to-follow guide to building an outdoor cinema.


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Tom is a journalist, copywriter and content designer based in the UK. He has written articles for T3, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Elle Deco, The Sunday Times, Men's Health, Mr Porter, Oracle and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile technology, electric vehicles and video streaming.