Samsung’s Early Black Friday Deals Include Sales on TVs, Phones, and Gaming Equipment

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Early Black Friday sales have become somewhat of a trend for retailers. But no one is complaining, especially when Samsung decides to get in on the fun. Samsung is having an early Black Friday event dubbed Samsung Week, which includes deals on products like the brand's Frame TV, Samsung home appliances, and Galaxy phones.

The sale, which runs from Oct. 25 through Nov. 1, features a different deal each day, which means you only have 24 hours to take advantage of each discount. But to make the planning easy, Samsung released a list of all Samsung Week sales. Check them out below to get hyped.

October 25

Save up to $800 on Samsung's The Frame Smart TV.

October 26

Bundle and save 10% when you buy Samsung's Galaxy Book Pro 360 and 32” M7 4K UHD Smart Monitor.

October 27

Get $300 off Samsung's Smart Linear Wash Dishwasher in stainless steel.

October 28

Save 20% on a Samsung gaming bundle that includes a 49” Odyssey G9 Gaming Monitor and a 980 PRO 2TB Solid State Drive.

October 29

Get $200 off the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, plus get the Galaxy Buds2 and a SmartTag for an additional $49.99.

October 30

Get up to $3,500 off select Samsung Neo QLED 8K TVs, including free removal and recycling of your previous TV.

October 31

Get $100 off the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, and up to an additional $600 credit with an eligible trade-in.

November 1

Get up to $300 off the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, and up to an additional $700 credit with an eligible trade-in.

You can get all of the deals on Samsung's website, but the sale also appears to be running on Amazon and price-match retailers like Best Buy. Regardless of the retailer you choose, these sales—and product stocks—won't last. Get the goods while the getting is good.

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