Black Friday Samsung TV deals live: 75-inch QLED TV for $999, and more offers


Black Friday Samsung TV deals: headlines

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* Great deals on QLED TVs
* QD-OLED gets major discounts
* Huge Crystal 4K TV TVs for low prices
* Great PS5-ready TVs

Black Friday is officially here – most retailers went big with early deals, but the day has arrived, which means even more discounts on great TVs, and Samsung TVs have had some of the best discounts.

We saw lots of impressive deals on Samsung TVs across November for all budgets and needs – from huge budget TVs for an affordable home theater, to next-gen OLED displays with mind-blowing colors, to gaming TVs with features geared for next-gen consoles.

Obviously, there are great Black Friday TV deals on all kinds of TVs, but the best Samsung TVs are some of the most popular purchases over Black Friday. That’s partly because the company reliably produces great TVs that are staples of our list of the best TVs overall, and partly because the company is always a leader for Black Friday price cuts.

Of course, with so many deals, it can be hard to know what exactly you should look for. So in this live blog we won’t just be highlight deals we especially like – we’ll also be giving our tips on what to look for in a TV, and explaining the most important TV tech, so you can find the best deal that suits you.

We’ll also be highlight soundbars that make an ideal addition to your Samsung TV – especially ones from Samsung itself, which rate among the best soundbars on the planet – though you can check out our Black Friday Soundbar deals article for more options.

And for those who are interested in more than just TVs, our main Black Friday deals page has all the best offers on everything from laptops and air fryers to video doorbells and smartwatches.

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Matt Bolton

Matt leads our coverage of TV, audio and streaming tech, and will tell you at length about the different types of mini-LED or why he’ll only use a force-cancelling subwoofer, if you are fool enough to let him. Before joining TechRadar, he covered AV and smart home tech for our colleagues at, and has spent over a decade in technology journalism.

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Welcome to Black Friday, Samsung fans!

The big deals day is here! Thanks for joining our live coverage of all the latest Black Friday Samsung TV deals.

We’ve been following the deals all month, so we’ve been keeping track of great deals that are still live, and new deals that have launch for Black Friday itself.

Our team of AV experts has been doing the combing through the sales, looking for discounts on Samsungs TVs that get you the most bang for your buck, and we’re bringing them here to you today.

And we’ll explain some of the jargon to help you decide which features you really need, and which you can live without to save some money on your buy.

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A great gaming TV deal

2022 was the year that more inexpensive TVs gained HDMI 2.1 features like 120Hz display and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) along with Nvidia G-Sync and FreeSync Premium Pro support. Among them is Samsung’s Q80B series sets, which are the company’s top QLED models with a standard LED backlight. 

In our Samsung Q80B review, we noted its full suite of gaming features, which includes the company’s new Game Hub, which serves as a portal to cloud gaming services from Xbox, Utomik, and Twitch. Just add a wireless controller and you’ll be ready to go! Beyond that, the Q80B offers good overall image quality for the price, which is now $200 off in this Best Buy Black Friday deal, bringing the price of a 65-inch model to $999.

A Samsung TV this feature-packed for under one grand  is a deal you don’t spot everyday, so make a point of checking it out. You will get better brightness by stepping up to one of Samsung’s mini-LED backlit Neo QLED models, which sit at the top of our list of the best Samsung TVs, but you’ll also pay quite a bit more, even with current Black Friday deals.

Samsung 65-inch Q80B QLED TV: was $1199 now $999 at Best Buy
This Samsung 4K TV is now $200 off in the Black Friday sales, and it’s well worth checking out. The Q80B boasts a very extensive built-in 4.2.2 channel sound system, thanks to Samsung’s OTS+ speaker array, so if you’re after good sound as well as a capable picture, this is the TV deal for you.
Other sizes: 55-inch for $899, 75-inch for $1599, 85-inch for $2199View Deal


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Buying tips: does mini-LED matter?

Al Griffin – Senior Editor, TV and Audio

An LED backlight in a TV was a high-tech feature at one time, but now even mainstream sets use LED backlights. What’s less common is mini-LED backlighting, where an array of tiny lamps are used to illuminate the TV’s LCD display panel.

As with quantum dots, different TV brands use different terms to indicate the presence of mini-LED backlighting in their sets – Samsung calls its mini-LED models “Neo QLED”, because the mini-LEDs are always combined with its QLED tech.

A key advantage mini-LED offers over regular LED TVs is that the smaller lamp modules used in the backlight allow for finer control over local dimming. That’s a process where the individual modules are grouped in zones and dimmed according to the brightness level of the onscreen image. For example, the LED zones in shadowy parts of the picture will be dimmed or shut off completely, while bright highlight areas get a full blast of light.

With a higher density of LED modules spread across the backlight, mini-LED TVs can also deliver higher overall brightness, with some sets like Samsung’s QN95B having twice as much or more measured light output as regular LED-lit TVs. That Samsung model is the company’s top-of-the-line 4K Neo QLED offering, but you get fantastic brightness from the Samsung QN85B too.

Where that extra light output will matter is if you’re going to be watching in a well-lit room – daytime sports viewing, for example. But it can also help bring out the full level of highlight detail in HDR sources by reducing the need for tone mapping, a process where the TV scales the brightness range of programs to accommodate its maximum light output capability.

To sum up, mini-LED can make a difference when viewing in rooms with bright lighting conditions, and it also adds a welcome level of visual punch when watching movies and TV shows with HDR. It’s a feature you’ll pay extra for, but for some folks it will be well worth it.

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This Black Friday deal brings Samsung’s stunning projector to $599 – a record-low price 

Samsung made a big splash on the projector scene when it introduced The Freestyle in early 2022. You can now buy this ultra-cool projector for just $599,99 at Samsung, a 25% saving on one of the most innovative portable models we’ve yet laid eyes on.

Black Friday TV deals may be a main draw when it comes to Black Friday deals, but we’re also starting to see a few good ones on projectors. Of these, this Samsung deal is the best we’ve seen yet, and one that brings The Freestyle to its lowest-ever price. 

The Samsung sits at the top of our list of the best portable projectors, edging out even much more expensive models. As we noted in our The Freestyle review, this portable is feature-packed, with Samsung’s Tizen Smart TV interface built-in plus automatic calibration that makes the picture look good wherever you set it up. The Freestyle can project full HD images up to 100 inches, making it a perfect option for a movie night.

Samsung The Freestyle projector: was $799.99 now $599.99 at Samsung
Samsung’s portable projector is one of the most innovative we’ve seen, and it’s now selling for its lowest-ever price direct from Samsung. Portables are great for outdoor movie nights, but can also be set up anywhere you want to get a big 100-inch image. The Freestyle leads our list of the best portable projectors, so this is a deal we can enthusiastically recommend.View Deal

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HDMI cheat sheet: how many ports do you need, and what cables are best?

It doesn’t get talked about very much, but when you’re looking at getting a TV bargain, one of the things you should check is the HDMI ports it comes with. HDMI has massively simplified TV connections in the HD/4K age… except like all the best-intentioned stuff, it got more complicated over time. So without getting to into the technical gritty stuff, here’s what you need to look out for.

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Art of the deal: save 33% on Samsung’s 55-inch The Frame 4K QLED TV

Amazon is now selling the 55-inch version of Samsung’s The Frame for just $997.99. That’s a full 33% off this artfully designed TV, and a record-low price.

Samsung made a major overhaul of its The Frame line for 2022, expanding the range of size options and adding a highly effective anti-glare screen. The new screen lets you admire digital artworks – either a selection of pre-loaded still images or one of 1,400 and counting digital artworks available for download from Samsung’s Art Store. 

Beyond that, The Frame 2022 TVs are QLED models with a quantum dot layer for enhanced color and support for the HDR10 and HDR10+ high dynamic range formats (no Dolby Vision, alas). They’re also PlayStation 5-friendly, with HDMI 2.1 inputs that support 4K 120Hz video input.

Amazon currently has deals on all sizes of The Frame, which impressed us when we did a hands-on review back in early 2022. But this one for the 55-incher and $1,000 off the 75-inch model (now $1,997.99) are the best Black Friday The Frame deals we’ve seen. 

Samsung 55-inch The Frame QLED 4K TV (2022): was $1,497.99 now $997.99 at Amazon
Amazon is slashing 33% off the price of the 55-inch version of The Frame (2022), a TV that impressed us with its excellent glare-reduction capabilities when we tried it. If you’re into art and are seeking a TV that was specifically designed to display art, you’ll want to take advantage of this deal.View Deal

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Buying tips: what is QLED and do I need it?

Al Griffin – Senior Editor, TV and Audio

When TV shopping, you’ll find that some sets are labeled as “QLED,” “QNED,” or “ULED.” These terms basically all mean the same thing, and they indicate that the TV has an LCD display panel with a quantum dot layer. 

Quantum dots are nanocrystals that emit a certain color of light (red or green, for example) based on their size. A key advantage they bring to TVs is an enhanced color range, along with improved brightness, over regular LCD TVs that instead use filters to generate color from the set’s white backlight.

Quantum dots are also used in some new QD-OLED TVs from Sony and Samsung, where they similarly help to boost the brightness level and color range of those sets. But while OLED TVs with quantum dots are fairly pricey, there are plenty of affordable LCD TVs that use the tech from brands like TCL, Hisense, Vizio, and others. Even Amazon has introduced quantum dots to its Fire TV line with the Fire TV Omni QLED series, which is available in 65-inch and 75-inch screen sizes.

So, now that you know what quantum dots – or QLED – is, the question remains whether if you need it or not. If you’re going to use the TV for streaming movies and shows in 4K with HDR from services like Netflix, Amazon, and others that offer it, the picture quality boost that QLED provides will be worth it. But if you’re mainly using the TV for casual viewing of shows that aren’t in 4K/HDR, you don’t necessarily need it.

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Real Dolby Atmos for under $400/£450

If you’re looking for a home theater sound upgrade on a budget, I think the best affordable Dolby Atmos soundbar deal going today is the Samsung HW-Q700B, which is its lowest-ever price in the US and UK right now – and obviously it’s a perfect fit with Samsung TVs.

In the US, you can get the Samsung HW-Q700B for just $397 at Amazon (down from $697), while in the UK you can get the same soundbar for £435 at Amazon UK (down from £699).

The Samsung HW-Q700B deliver 3.1.2 channels of sound, including genuine upfiring height speakers, rather than just virtualizing height using clever processing. We’ve been working on our review of the HW-Q700B, and while we can’t spoil the score, here’s a sneak peek: “The Samsung HW-Q700B is an aggressively priced Dolby Atmos soundbar that’ll (literally) elevate your movie sound… It comes highly recommended.”

Our review will also praise it for its dynamic audio performance, for being Dolby Atmos and DTS:X compatible, and for providing HDMI passthrough, so you don’t lose the use of an HDMI port by connecting it. And Samsung’s Q-Symphony feature with newer TVs means that the soundbar speakers and TV speakers combine into one larger audio system.

Today’s best US deal

Samsung HW-Q700B Dolby Atmos soundbar: was $679 now $397 at Amazon
This soundbar features high-end audio compatibility, at a record-low price with this deal. You get front, center and left drivers in the soundbar for excellent width, plus two upwards-firing drivers for Dolby Atmos, plus a wireless subwoofer. Its size is suitable for TVs of 48 inches and up, and it instantly adds powerful, detailed dynamic sound for movies. You can add wireless rear speakers later too, if you want.View Deal

Today’s best UK deal

Samsung HW-Q700B Dolby Atmos soundbar: was £699 now £435 at Amazon
This soundbar features high-end audio compatibility, at a record-low price with this deal. You get front, center and left drivers in the soundbar for excellent width, plus two upwards-firing drivers for Dolby Atmos, plus a wireless subwoofer. Its size is suitable for TVs of 48 inches and up, and it instantly adds powerful, detailed dynamic sound for movies. You can add wireless rear speakers later too, if you want.View Deal

I’ve said this Black Friday that I think the Sonos Beam soundbar’s offers are unbeatable for its price and size – and that’s still true. But if you can spare just a little extra budget and you have a larger TV, the Samsung HW-Q700B is the soundbar I’d buy personally in today’s deals.

Nobody else is delivering a more impressive level of dynamic sound with precise Dolby Atmos 3D effects for the price than Samsung – this is just an excellent investment for under $400/£450. Having real dedicated channels for the width and height channels really helps the best soundbars to provide audio that’s more cinematic.

Samsung’s soundbars are very practical too – this one is fairly low in height, it provides 4K HDR HDMI passthrough, and it features Wi-Fi for streaming from your phone to play music through it.

How big do you want to go?

One of the nice things about Samsung is that it’s a company that really goes for large TV sizes. Lots of its TV models come in 75-inch or 85-inch sizes, which isn’t as common from other TV makers. If you’re thinking of a big home theater upgrade, here are some of the best giant TVs with deals right now, but you could also check out our guide to the best 75-inch TVs and best 85-inch TVs, as well as our dedicated Black Friday 85-inch TV deals guide.

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Should you get a 120Hz TV?

If you’ve been already browsing TVs in the last couple of years, then you may have noticed that a lot of sets offer 120Hz support, including Samsung TVs – but like any new piece of tech jargon, you’re probably wondering if it really matters and whether you should go for it or not over the 60Hz screens you get on cheaper TVs.

The short answer is that it’s something that’s good for everyone to have, and that we’d strongly recommend for gamers especially, but it comes with a price premium that means it’s not always the first priority.

120Hz means that the screen on the TV can refresh its pixels to show a new image 120 times per second. This has three main advantages: it can make sport look smoother and clearer by adding ‘new’ frames and reducing motion smear; it can make movies look more natural in motion because movies can viewed natively in their original 24fps (which can’t be done on a 60Hz screen); and it can make games respond faster and feel slicker when using a next-gen console that supports 120Hz 4K output.

In Samsung’s range, everything above (and including) the Samsung Q70B features a 120Hz screen. That includes the Samsung Q80B, the Samsung QN85B, the Samsung QN95B and the Samsung S95B from the 4K range.

The company’s 8K TVs, including the Samsung QN800B and Samsung QN900B are also both 120Hz TVs.

We have a guide to the best 120Hz TVs if you want to explore options, and be sure to check out our picks of all the top Black Friday TV deals!

Get on this home theater combo deal, immediately

Tom Power, Entertainment Reporter

Okay, so this isn’t your standard Black Friday TV deal. But – and it’s a big but – this is a remarkably good offer if you’re looking to build a new home entertainment system instantly.

Introducing the $1,440 Samsung Q70A 65-inch 4K TV with Klipsch Cinema-600 sound bundle, available now at Amazon. The deal is also available with the 55-inch and 85-inch varieties, but this is a perfect offer for anyone searching for an impressive 65-inch television to add to their home. With that powerful sound system thrown in at a much lower price than you’d pay for the two separately, you’d be silly not to snap this one up if you want both a TV and visuals upgrade.

And you’ll want to grab one ASAP, too. There’s a very limited number of these bad boys left in stock at Amazon, and we don’t know if it’ll be available again once they’re sold out. So, hop to it!

Samsung 65-inch Q70A 4K TV with Klipsch Cinema-600 Set: now $1,440.99 at Amazon
This TV-sound system combination isn’t your typical Black Friday deal, but it’s such a tremendous offer we had to include it. You’ll get a 65-inch 4K screen with Dual LED Backlight and Quantum Dot Technology support, as well as a 45-inch 3.1 soundbar with a 10-inch subwoofer and Surround 3 speakers for true 5.1 surround sound. An absolute bargain in the current climate, we think you’ll agree.View Deal