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Samsung QLED TV's: Get 25% Rewards + between $200 & $550 in Samsung Points w/ Free 2-Day Shipping

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The Samsung Points are only available for customers whosephone can download the Samsung Pay App: Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, GalaxyS7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6active, Galaxy S6, Gear S2 (with NFC only) and Gear S3

Samsung Rewards points are worth .005 each if buying aSamsung Rewards Card (which can be used anywhere that accepts Samsung Pay).Dollar value below is assuming you will use the points to purchase a SamsungRewards Card – value could be higher if purchasing select gift cards
Terms & Conditions: https://www.samsungrewards.com/ql...c7f2a3.pdf
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Is QLED the new gimmick?
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Is QLED the new gimmick?
Yup. Basically since they can't make OLEDS (in larger sizes) they gotta find a way to fight off LG and Sony.
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Qled is no Oled. Fact
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For those wondering... the BuyDig Rewards is actually credit back to your credit card (or however you paid), so it's as good as cash.

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw a $500 credit from them on my Visa a couple days ago. I purchased the TV a few weeks ago, so you can expect around a 3 week turnaround.


I wish the Samsung points offer was available then. Would have saved another $200 Frown
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OLED>QLED but QLED still looks pretty good IMO. If you can find a KS model, much better price/performance ratio than the newer QN models.
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can someone help me out? so you need a galaxy device to be able to use the rewards, correct? but what does this mean

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with rewards value of $524

44,000 Points (worth $220)
are there two separate rewards, totaling $524+$220 = $744 in the first example?

or are the points and rewards different? if so, do you need the app on a samsung device to use both, or just one?
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Yup. Basically since they can't make OLEDS (in larger sizes) they gotta find a way to fight off LG and Sony.
Why can't they? I've been wondering why they aren't in the OLED TV game.
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can someone help me out? so you need a galaxy device to be able to use the rewards, correct? but what does this mean



are there two separate rewards, totaling $524+$220 = $744 in the first example?

or are the points and rewards different? if so, do you need the app on a samsung device to use both, or just one?
Yes, there are two separate rewards.

"Rewards value" in the OP is the BuyDig Rewards which I got from the last deal & which was just refunded as actual money to my CC. You don't need a special device for that.

The Samsung Points you do need the Samsung Pay app, hence you'd need one of the devices mentioned in the OP that the App can be utilized on. The Samsung points are essentially worth .005 per point if buying a Samsung rewards card (which can be used almost anywhere). I.e. a $200 rewards card is 40,000 points.
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There's really no reason to buy any QLED TV when they are often more expensive than LG OLED options. They are even debatably worse than last years KS models. They are also debatably worse than the equivalent Sony LED line this year while also being more expensive.
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Why can't they? I've been wondering why they aren't in the OLED TV game.
The company decided that it wasn't worth pursuing. I think the biggest thing is cost and I heard that the yields aren't very good for OLEDs so there's that.
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Yup. Basically since they can't make OLEDS (in larger sizes) they gotta find a way to fight off LG and Sony.
I firmly believe that they chose the letter Q because if you just quickly glance at it, it looks like an O. That's really the only way that they know they can "compete" with OLED picture quality.

Amazing that Samsung, a much larger company that LG, has refused to invest properly in OLED.
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Samsung can make large oleds the just decided not too.

They had a 55" on the market for all of 6 months.

They charge more for their shitty high end quantum dot lcd's than you can get oleds for and they are cheaper to make.
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Except that these TVs seem like a really good deal.
Not really, you can get a 65" c7 oled for ~$2100 when you combine citi rewind or discover price match with a beach camera or cleveland plasma deal.
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