Preorder a 2024 Samsung TV and get a FREE 65-inch TV

Preorder a qualifying 2024 Samsung TV and you’ll get a free 65” Crystal UHD TV

Left to right: Samsung Head of Marketing, Home Entertainment, alongside Molly Shannon, Tim Meadows, and Samsung Senior Vice President, Home Entertainment, James Fishler
Left to right: Samsung Head of Marketing, Home Entertainment, alongside Molly Shannon, Tim Meadows, and Samsung Senior Vice President, Home Entertainment, James Fishler at Samsung's Unbox & Discover event at the Samsung 837 retail experience store in New York City

Samsung has announced an enticing offer: they’re giving away a FREE 65-inch Crystal UHD TV for those who preorder any television from their new 2024 lineup.

Additionally, customers will receive a $50 credit applicable to future purchases on when preordering the Samsung Music Frame.

These promotions are available through April 11th.

Alongside the TV launch, actors Molly Shannon and Tim Meadows debuted a 90s-inspired spoof marketing campaign to show how Samsung TVs can upscale your favorite old shows and movies in amazing quality.

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Samsung’s 2024 TV lineup

Samsung’s 2024 TV lineup includes the flagship Neo QLED 8K TV, which promises to deliver the “most premium viewing experience” with its Infinity Air Design that creates a floating appearance. The Neo QLED 8K is touted as the slimmest 8K TV on the market, measuring just 12.9mm in width. It features Samsung’s NQ8 AI Gen3 processor for advanced AI-powered features like 8K AI Upscaling Pro3 and AI Motion Enhancer Pro.

For consumers eyeing the Neo QLED 8K TV QN900D and QN800D models, they’re available in a range of sizes from 65 inches to 85 inches, with the former starting at $4,999 and the latter at $3,499.

The Neo QLED 4K TV runs on Samsung’s NQ4 AI Gen 2 processor, offering enhancements like Real Depth Enhancer Pro and AI Customization Mode, along with the Active Voice Amplifier Pro feature for boosted dialogue and sound effects powered by Dolby Atmos audio.

In terms of size and pricing, the Neo QLED 4K TV QN90D and QN85D models come in various sizes, starting at $1,499 and $1,399 respectively, catering to different consumer needs and budgets.

Samsung also introduced the S95D OLED TV, which supports OLED HDR Pro for brighter images with richer contrast and features OLED Glare-Free technology to minimize screen reflections during viewing sessions. Additionally, the S95D OLED TV boasts Pantone-validated colors, enhancing color accuracy and fidelity for an immersive viewing experience.

Available in sizes ranging from 55 inches to 77 inches, the S95D starts at $2,599, while the S90D, with sizes from 55 inches to 65 inches, starts at $1,999.

Samsung’s Lifestyle TV, The Frame, continues to hold its position as Samsung’s top-selling Lifestyle TV. Much like its OLED counterpart, The Frame boasts Pantone-validated colors, ensuring a more realistic display of artwork on the screen. An exciting feature of The Frame is its art streaming functionality, providing users access to Samsung Art Store’s extensive collection along with 20 hand-selected artworks each month for free.

Available in sizes ranging from 43 inches to 75 inches, The Frame starts at a competitive price point of $999, offering options to suit various living spaces and preferences.

Image of the Samsung Music Frame
Taking after the Frame TV, the Samsung Music Frame hides away a speaker system in a picture frame.

Moving on to Samsung’s latest innovation, the Music Frame, it presents itself as a versatile wireless speaker with a built-in IoT hub. Positioned as a unique category within audio products, the Music Frame sports a sleek picture frame design, aiming to seamlessly blend into any decor.

With a price tag of $399, the Music Frame offers consumers an opportunity to enhance their living spaces with both aesthetic appeal and functional audio capabilities.

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