Samsung’s exclusive deals for QLED TVs to splurge on this year

If you’ve been thinking of getting a new television set for your home, check out Samsung’s latest TV line-up!


Available in 4K and 8K resolutions, the new Neo QLED models are an evolution of Samsung’s existing QLED (quantum dot LED) technology, which uses a ‘quantum dot’ filter to increase contrast and color vibrancy.

You may be more familiar with OLED televisions, but the Neo QLED will come out on top on paper with its higher brightness, longer lifespan, larger screen sizes, and lower price tags.

All of Samsung’s new 8K TVs will be Neo QLED, with the QN900 8K QLED, QN800 8K QLED, and QN700 8K QLED featuring Mini LED backlights. The QN95A, QN90A and QN85A are all Neo QLED 4K TVs too.

The new line-up is now available in Singapore on Samsung Online Store and major consumer electronics & IT stores.

Prices start from S$3,599 for the Neo QLED 4K screens and S$9,199 for the Neo QLED 8K screens.


From now until 14 April, enjoy these exclusive promotions and incredible savings when you purchase a Neo QLED television!

  • Enjoy up to S$800 in additional savings when you trade-in an old TV* to a new TV from the Samsung Neo QLED range. You’ll also receive a Q-series soundbar with any purchase a Neo QLED 8K TV.
  • Receive up to S$200 shopping voucher with every purchase of a brand-new Samsung QLED TV.
  • For every purchase of TV from The Frame series, you’ll get a complimentary: S61A lifestyle Soundbar with a set of The Frame bezel for 55”, 65” and 75” models, and a S$50 shopping voucher with a set of The Frame bezel for 43” and 50” models.
  • Receive complimentary 100” motorised projector screen (worth $1,198) with every purchase of The Premiere.

*Applicable to 2014 and newer Smart TV series, with Netflix and YouTube app included within TV operating system. TV brands eligible for trade-in include: LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sharp and Sony. Trade in value for TV varies. Terms and conditions apply.

Check out this website for more info.

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