Deals: New Discover Samsung Event Offers Savings on Monitors and TVs This Week Only

A new Discover Samsung event has kicked off this week on the retailer's website, discounting a wide selection of monitors, TVs, and more home electronics for a limited time. Specifically, this sale runs through May 21, although some deals will last for one day only during this weeklong event.


Starting with monitors, Samsung has its iMac-like Smart Monitor M8 for $499.99, down from $699.99. This is a second-best price on the monitor, but still a solid deal at $200 off the original price.

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Samsung's Smart Monitor M8 has a design very similar to the new 24-inch iMacs, and it uses USB-C charging connectivity and includes AirPlay support. All four colors are available at this discounted price during the event.

Besides the Smart Monitor M8, we've rounded up a few other items you can get on sale during the Discover Samsung event. One of the best deals in this sale is Samsung's curved 55-inch Odyssey Ark 4K monitor for $1,999.99 ($1,000 off).


Samsung is also discounting a collection of TVs, with as much as $2,700 off select models for this week only. Samsung's sale is mainly focused on discounts for 4K and 8K QLED TVs, with multiple sizes available. As with the monitor sale, all markdowns have been applied automatically and you don't need any coupon code to get these deals.

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There are many more products on sale during the Discover Samsung event, so be sure to browse before everything ends on May 21. Besides monitors and TVs, you'll find bargains on vacuums, smartphones, soundbars, notebooks, and more. Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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Top Rated Comments

CC77 Avatar
3 weeks ago
Has there been any news about an actual release date for the Samsung Viewfinity S9 from CES? Did we all just hallucinate that or what?
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tagyro Avatar
3 weeks ago
My 2 cents: stay the f* away from any samsung monitor!

I bought a samsung odyssey G9 neo last year ($1500-$2000) and I regret it every day.
The monitor makes ticking sounds every 2-3 seconds, louder than my Mac Studio, the screen randomly flickers, 2 dead pixels, which is less than an arbitrary number of dead pixels that require a replacement, and the OSD menu has a 1-2 seconds response lag.
"Best" part, I've been trying for the past 6 (six!) months to get it fixed/replaced.
They first wanted to send someone to my home to fix the monitor - are you f* kidding me?
Then they sent the return box (I kept the original box, but you can't use that for returns!?) to the wrong address - which I provided in an email to them.
I wrote them to fix the address - they sent the second box to the wrong address, again.
Not to mention that their customer care replies after 2+ weeks "We're sorry, we have a high number of enquires" - I f* imagine.
F* samsung and their ****** products and customer care!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Armeniandave Avatar
3 weeks ago
I concur but would add stay away from there appliances also. The quality is garbage now. Samsung used to be great but they‘ve lost there way quality and service wise.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
PasiP Avatar
3 weeks ago

I heard it will be sometime in the first quarter, so still more than a half year away.
First quarter of 2024? It does not seem to be wise to showcase monitor one year before releasing it.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
currocj Avatar
3 weeks ago
Well, I guess the Dell 6K was released for $3200:
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
currocj Avatar
3 weeks ago
does anyone have a sniff of the new Samsung Viewfinity S9 5K? or Dell 6K?
release date?
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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