Samsung is ushering in the holiday season with a slew of enticing Black Friday deals, bringing exciting opportunities for tech enthusiasts and savvy shoppers in the United States. The Korean tech giant is renowned for its innovative products, and this Black Friday, consumers can take advantage of significant discounts on a range of Samsung devices.

One of the standout offerings is the Galaxy S23 FE (check out our article on this phone), which can give up to $400 instant trade-in credit (from $629.99 before eligible trade-in). Samsung is also offering generous discounts on the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra, making it an opportune time for users to upgrade their devices. In addition to smartphones, Samsung’s Black Friday deals extend to other popular products, such as the $70 off of the Galaxy Buds2 Pro.

Oh, and if you want a foldable, we’ve got you covered too! Save up to $1,330 if buying the Z Fold 5 with a bundle:

Bundle and save up to $1330 with Galaxy Z Fold5. Get $180 off Galaxy Buds2 Pro and $150 off Galaxy Watch6. Plus get up to $1000 instant trade-in credit.

For those looking to upgrade their smartwatches, Samsung offers up to $80 off the Galaxy Watch6 Series, a lineup that combines style with advanced health and fitness tracking capabilities, making them an ideal companion for users leading an active lifestyle.

Looking to enhance your home entertainment experience? Samsung’s OLED TVs are also part of the Black Friday extravaganza, with stunning visuals and immersive sound, giving customers up to $1,900 off. The Frame TVs are being offered with up to $1,000 off too!

Furthermore, Samsung is offering attractive financing options, making it easier for customers to bring home their desired gadgets without breaking the bank. With flexible payment plans and discounted prices, Samsung’s Black Friday deals cater to a wide range of preferences and budgets.

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