Double the TV Delight: Samsung's Pre-Order Bonanza

Double the TV Delight: Samsung's Pre-Order Bonanza
Double the TV Delight: Samsung's Pre-Order Bonanza

Samsung is running an exciting promotion where preordering one of their new 2024 TV models entitles you to a complimentary 65" Crystal UHD TV. This offer is available through Samsung's website as well as select retailers, including Amazon (for Prime members), Best Buy, and Walmart.

For Prime Members, My Best Buy Plus, and Total members, an additional $100 discount is applied to their respective purchases. The pre-orderable TV models include the OLED model, Neo QLED 4K, Neo QLED 8K, and The Frame.

This promotion will expire on April 11th, so be sure to take advantage of it while supplies last. Here are the links for convenient preordering:

  • Samsung: [link]
  • Amazon: [link]
  • Best Buy: [link]
  • Walmart: [link]

For further TV-related inquiries, refer to IGN's comprehensive resources:

  • Best TV Deals: [link]
  • Best 4K Smart TVs for 2024: [link]
  • Best TV for Gaming in 2024: [link]

Samsung's 2024 TV lineup offers significant advancements in picture quality, sound performance, and smart features. By taking advantage of this promotion, you can double your TV experience and enhance your entertainment setup with both a premium new TV and an additional 65" UHD TV.

Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to upgrade your home theater and immerse yourself in a cinematic experience.

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