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Samsung kicked off its Cyber Week sale a few days ago, offering discounts across smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, computers, and home appliances. Many of the deals in this sale are the same exact prices we tracked during Samsung's Black Friday sale, making Samsung one of the few retailers to keep these best-ever prices around all week.

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Right now, both the Smart Monitor M8 and ViewFinity S9 5K Display have all-time low prices on Amazon. The Smart Monitor M8 is available for $399.99 ($300 off) and the ViewFinity S9 5K Display is available for $1,201.82 ($398 off). The latter deal has been fluctuating on Amazon, so if it does disappear, Samsung has a second-best offer at $1,299.99 for the next few days.



Samsung is encouraging users to shop through the Shop Samsung mobile app this season, which has some exclusive deals and deep discounts on smartphones, smartwatches, and mobile accessories. Clicking any of the Samsung links in this post while on mobile should give you the option to install the app.

Other than monitors and TVs, we're also now tracking quite a few deals on refrigerators, tablets, and computers below. These sale prices will be live for this week only, so be sure to check out Samsung's event before the best prices of the year disappear.

Monitors

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TVs

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Refrigerators

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Smartphones

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If you're shopping for a Samsung smartphone this week, there are extra cash discounts to be found on these devices when shopping via the Shop Samsung mobile app, beyond the trade-in bonus offers listed below.

  • Galaxy S23 Ultra - Get up to $800 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
  • Galaxy S23 - Get up to $600 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
  • Galaxy S23+ - Get up to $600 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
  • Galaxy Z Fold5 - Get a free storage upgrade and up to $1,000 instant trade-in credit
  • Galaxy Z Flip5 - Get up to $600 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in
  • Galaxy S23 FE - Get up to $400 instant trade-in credit with an eligible phone trade-in

Smartwatches

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Earbuds

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Article Link: Samsung Cyber Week Sale Has Record Low Prices on Monitors, TVs, Galaxy Phones, Tablets, and More
 

k1121j

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The fridge with the family hub isn’t worth it. Browsing the web crashes all the time it’s an over glorified picture frame. The view inside is almost never accurate telling you what’s inside. Apps are all to sell you somthing no good apps. I wish it would be better there’s nothing like it on the market that really compares.
 
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k1121j

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I wouldn't buy a Samsung appliance for $1. The costs to fix it, and then replace it, when it inevitably malfunctions inside of six months of purchase -- not worth it.
100% agree 5 major appliances broken in 3 years got the fridge against better judgement on year 4 only 3 repairs in the ice maker fingers crossed.
 
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Armeniandave

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Meanwhile my stove, fridge, dishwasher and microwave have been going strong for 3 years sooooo......
Well wait till 4-5 years comes around! Fridge has had multiple issues as well as the dishwasher and the washer. I will never but Samsung appliances again and I absolutely loved them when I bought them. Repair person also said he repairs more Samsung appliances then all others.
 
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Student of Life

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The fridge with the family hub isn’t worth it. Browsing the web crashes all the time it’s an over glorified picture frame. The view inside is almost never accurate telling you what’s inside. Apps are all to sell you somthing no good apps. I wish it would be better there’s nothing like it on the market that really compares.
Is that the new fridge version with the 32 inch screen? That fridge should come with more advance chips since the older family hubs are at least two years old.

Wish there OLED tvs would finally support Dolby Vision.
 

bsolar

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Do these monitors play nice with macOS scaling? They look nice but I don’t want to be in that dead zone between non-Retina and Retina.

Only the Viewfinity S9 has the proper DPI, being 5K at 27" exactly like the Apple Studio Display.

I had the Viewfinity S9 and it worked properly out of the box with my MacBook Pro but I have read it's not compatible with older Intel MacBooks.

I still returned it since I didn't like the matte coating. The Studio Display is definitely more expensive but IMHO the overall quality is superior and if you want a glossy display it's basically the only alternative in that price range.
 
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ackmondual

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That’s how you do actual DEALS. Not the 50$ nonsense store credit Apple gave you no matter what Apple Watch you bought
Works for me. Lower prices and/or sales are what got me to buy the following over the years...
HP Chromebook
9th gen iPad
Google Pixel 4A
And Pixel 6
 

Mansu944

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I have no idea how Samsung is still in business. Either all of their stuff is rubbish or they hate me personally and only sell me crap. I won't buy another product from them.
 
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Mansu944

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Why would you pay to fix or replace any six month old appliance that has a warranty?

It's called Sarcasm, but yeah when your fridge fails full of food, or your washer with clothes in it or your dryer with clothes in it you aren't going to care about that warranty, you are just going to be pissed.
 
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lyunmac

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I wouldn't buy a Samsung appliance for $1. The costs to fix it, and then replace it, when it inevitably malfunctions inside of six months of purchase -- not worth it.
My TV still works since 2017 and my phones have been fine.
 
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xantufrog

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I have no idea how Samsung is still in business. Either all of their stuff is rubbish or they hate me personally and only sell me crap. I won't buy another product from them.
What have you bought? My SSDs, TV, microwave, and phone have all been rock solid performers (I’ve heard bad things about their fridges though). I’ve had much worse experiences with some other companies in those device categories
 
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