Steal deal! You can get a FREE Samsung TV and up to £600 discount
A steal deal has just come alive! Samsung has announced a deal on televisions which offers up to a £600 discount and a free TV. Here’s all you need to do.
If you are looking for a new television, then this can be the best time as an exciting deal has been rolled out by Samsung. We say so because Samsung is hosting a surprise promotional sale on its online store for UK buyers. In one of the strangest deals during this sale a free 32-inch TV is on offer and you can even get an up to a £600 discount. In effect, it is a buy-one-get-one-free deal. However, this incredible deal is only available when you buy some selective Samsung TV models. Yes, you read that right! All you will need to do to get a free TV worth £399 (The Frame TV) and a massive discount is to buy a new premium TV.
As expected, Samsung is offering a 32-inch TV as a gift with its premium TVs. And this is all thanks to the discount ranging from £50 to £600 when you trade in an old television. Interestingly, the discount isn't based on the condition, or brand of the old TV that you are planning to trade in. The best part is that the discount will be entirely based on the Samsung TV that you are looking for.
Samsung TV deals to get a FREE 32-inch TV
The Samsung Neo QLED 8K TVs will be available along with a maximum discount of £600 when you recycle your old TV. As mentioned earlier, you will get a free 32-inch Frame TV 2021 when you buy this premium TV. It will automatically be added to the basket when the TV you actually bought is added to the cart. Similarly, with Neo QLED 4K TV, you will receive a £500 discount and on OLED TVs, and also enjoy a £400 discount. All these deals are offering a free 32-inch TV.
You can check for more details and deals on the Samsung Online store. However, you need to hurry if you are planning to take advantage of this sale, as it is applicable for a limited time only- till September 27.
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