Deals: New Discover Samsung Sale Has Big Discounts on TVs, Monitors, Smartphones, and More

Samsung today kicked off its latest "Discover Samsung" sale, this one described as the first major discount event of the fall season. The sale officially begins Monday, September 11, but Samsung is providing early access to a select few products right now.

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We've highlighted some of the best discounts in the list below, including deals on TVs, computer monitors, earbuds, and soundbars. These are early access deals, but should run the duration of the event, which lasts through September 17.

A highlight of the sale is a discount on the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 Smartphone, which Samsung has for $120 off select colors on the 512GB model. You can get it for $1,799.99, down from $1,919.99 in Phantom Black and Icy Blue.

There are more savings in the smartphone category as well, with bigger discounts appearing when you bundle a Samsung smartphone with tablets, smartwatches, and earbuds. You can save $230 on a Galaxy Tab S9, up to $250 on a Galaxy Watch6, and $180 on Galaxy Buds2 Pro when purchased at the same time as any of Samsung's smartphone devices.

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Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

zubikov Avatar
8 months ago
Getting fatigued by Samsung's confusing marketing acronyms to describe panel technology. Stop with the NEO, QUANTUM Dot, QLED nonsense.

It's an OLED, or it's an LED-lit LCD. Stop confusing people.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
al256 Avatar
8 months ago
In the early 2010's I had friends who had a Samsung TV with some kind of smooth motion thing. It was awful. TV shows looked like amateur theater productions. Movies sometimes looked out of place and their Samsung 5.1 surround system would have issues but unlike my Sony TV and HTIB, their remotes just wouldn't work seamlessly. I just can't get over how bad Samsung is and would never purchase one of their TVs no matter the price.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ignatius345 Avatar
8 months ago

In the early 2010's I had friends who had a Samsung TV with some kind of smooth motion thing. It was awful. TV shows looked like amateur theater productions.
Every TV has that nauseating crap now, usually enabled by default. It's kind of a hallmark of watching TV at the home of a boomer that they obliviously have it on and everything looks insane (except sports, where it actually kind of makes sense).

Good news, you can turn it off very easily. Just google the name of the TV model and "disable smooth motion".
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ikramerica Avatar
8 months ago

In the early 2010's I had friends who had a Samsung TV with some kind of smooth motion thing. It was awful. TV shows looked like amateur theater productions. Movies sometimes looked out of place and their Samsung 5.1 surround system would have issues but unlike my Sony TV and HTIB, their remotes just wouldn't work seamlessly. I just can't get over how bad Samsung is and would never purchase one of their TVs no matter the price.
That smooth motion was awful. Made everything look like a soap opera or live news feed.

I believe you could turn that off though.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
k1121j Avatar
8 months ago
It’s amazing the price difference between a tv and a monitor of the same size and resolution and stats . ?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
8 months ago
Fantastic televisions... for AppleTV. I own a QLED big screen and love it. AppleTV showing something on it just about every evening... no worries about burn-in.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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