Amazon is now selling the popular Samsung 43-inch Neo QLED TV for the low price of just $797.99. You don’t need to remember to enter any discount codes and there are no on-screen coupons that need to be clipped here, either. All you need to remember to do is place an order as soon as possible – Amazon isn’t saying how long this deal is going to be on the table which means there is always a chance that you could miss out.
Amazon would normally sell the Samsung 43-inch Neo QLED TV for around $1300 which means you are now saving more than $500 without having to lift a finger.
Buy: Samsung 43-Inch Class Neo QLED QN90A Series from Amazon: $797.99 | Original price: $1,300
At the time of writing the Samsung 43-inch Neo QLED TV has more than 1,200 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.6 stars out of a possible five. That’s a solid score, as well it should be – this TV supports 4K output via the Neo Quantum Processor and HDR is taken care of including HDR10+ support. With a billion shades of color, this QLED TV will look great no matter what you’re using it for.
Again, we don’t know when we can expect this deal to end so be sure to act now to avoid disappointment.
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