Samsung will give you a free 65-inch 4K TV just for pre-ordering one of its 2024 QLED or OLED TVs from Mashable

Get a free $529.99 TV: As of March 22, pre-ordering a premium QLED or OLED TV from Samsung’s 2024 lineup unlocks a free 65-inch 4K TV from Samsung (a $529.99 value). The deal is available during Amazon’s Big Spring Sale, as well as at Walmart, Best Buy, and Samsung’s website.

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Samsung 65-inch TU690T 4K TV
Free with the pre-order of select 2024 Samsung TVs

Samsung drops new TVs every year, and that typically triggers discounts on older Samsung TVs from the previous year or two. What Samsung doesn’t do every year, however, is incentivize people to opt for the newest models by throwing in an extra TV for free.

As of March 22, when you pre-order one of the new 2024 Samsung QLED and OLED TVs, you’ll score a free 65-inch TU690T 4K TV. The new models you’re pre-ordering are at full price, of course, but the free model is a $529.99 (or $449.99 on sale) value, so we’re considering it an indirect deal.

This promotion is among the best TV deals at Amazon’s Big Spring Sale, but is also available at Walmart, Best Buy, and Samsung’s website.

The 2024 TVs that are eligible for the promo are the new Samsung Neo QLED 8K line (QN900D and QN800D available in 65 through 85 inches), the new Samsung Neo QLED 4K line (QN90D and QN85D available in 43 to 93 inches), the new Samsung OLED line (S95D and S90D available in 55 to 77 inches), and the latest Frame model (LS03D available in 43 to 75 inches).

OLED is generally more expensive than QLED, and 8K is more expensive than 4K. The new QLED 8K TVs are the most expensive TVs eligible in this free TV promotion, starting at $3,499.99 for the cheapest 65-inch model. Meanwhile, the least expensive TV you could pre-order that’ll still unlock the free TV is The Frame QLED, starting at $999.99 for the 43-inch version.

The free model, a 65-inch 4K regular LED model, won’t be as bright, contrasted, or zippy as the premium ones to be pre-ordered, but the 2022 690T is still a solid upgrade from any non-4K (or old, laggy 4K) model you’re currently dealing with. If nothing else, the screen is huge.

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