Black Friday 2017 is less than two weeks away, and Samsung fans who are looking forward to the annual shopping holiday can now plan their purchases after the release of the company's offers for this year.
Customers can now also look through the Black Friday 2017 deals from companies and retailers such as Sony's PlayStation, Target, and Kohl's. However, for Samsung's devices and appliances, what better purchasing channel than through the company itself?
Samsung Black Friday 2017 Deals
In its Black Friday 2017 advertisement, Samsung showcased a variety of tempting offers. The deals that will launch starting Nov. 19 are kicked off by a 64 GB Galaxy Note 8 promotion that bundles a free Gear 360 camera for every purchase of the smartphone at $950. The offer also holds true for a purchase of the 64 GB Galaxy S8 at $724.99 and the 64 GB Galaxy S8 Plus at $824.99. Purchases for these three smartphones can be reduced by up to $300 for customers who will participate in a trade-in program.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus, meanwhile, will have its price tag reduced by $100 from $449.99 to $349.99, or $58.33 per month for six months. The 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S3 will see its price go down from $599.99 to $479.99, or $80.00 per month for six months.
Samsung will also launch several deals a few days later on Nov. 23. These offers include a $50 discount on a Dex Station for every purchase of a 64 GB Galaxy Note 8, 64 GB Galaxy S8, or 64 GB Galaxy S8 Plus.
Every purchase of the Gear 360 camera for $229.99, meanwhile will give customers a free Gear VR headset. The Gear VR headset can also be purchased on its own for $89.99, for $40 off from its regular price of $129.99.
For customers looking for great deals on TVs, Samsung will offer the 55-inch Class Q7F QLED 4K TV for only $1,499.99, compared to its regular price of $2,799.99 for a $1,300 discount, while the 65-inch Class Q7C Curved QLED 4K TV will only be sold at $2,299.99, down from $4,299.99 for a $2,000 discount.
Black Friday is always a lucrative day for companies such as Samsung, but it is already likely looking ahead to what's next for it.
In recent Samsung news, the 2018 model of the mid-range Galaxy A5, and also presumably the Galaxy A7, will have the Infinity Display feature that was first seen in the Galaxy S8. Meanwhile, the company's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9, will reportedly not have an in-screen fingerprint sensor, but the Galaxy Note 9 might have it.