Samsung’s new glare-free OLED TV is receiving its first discount


All configurations are on sale, with the 55-inch starting at $2,299.99.

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A photo of Samsung’s glare-free OLED TV.

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Don’t kick yourself if you missed out on Samsung’s free TV preorder promo from earlier this month. The company is now offering a much better cash discount on one of its most notable new models: the glare-free Samsung OLED S95D TV. The smallest TV in the lineup, the 55-inch model starts at $2,299.99 ($300 off) at Best Buy and Samsung, while the 77-inch is also $300 off for $4,299.99 (Best Buy, Samsung). The 65-inch TV, meanwhile, is receiving an even steeper $400 discount for $2,999.99 (Best Buy, Samsung).

Back in January, we saw for ourselves how well the S95D OLED eliminated most noticeable reflections, even as the TV sat right next to a light source. At the same time, the TV’s display is brighter than ever, with the OLED screen producing rich and vivid colors. The TV also has solid specs for gamers, with four HDMI 2.1 ports and a panel that can handle 144Hz variable refresh rates. Samsung’s Tizen OS smart TV platform also offers a good selection of apps including Netflix, Apple TV, Disney Plus, and Max, while offering support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

A photo of Samsung’s anti-glare OLED TV.A photo of Samsung’s anti-glare OLED TV.

Samsung’s S95D features a bright, glare-free OLED panel with support for 144Hz gaming.

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