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Samsung EDU/EPP: 65" Samsung QN65QN90AAFXZA 4K Smart TV (2021 Model) EXPIRED

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Samsung offers Eligible Samsung Education/Employee Discount Customers: 65" Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 4K Smart TV (2021 Model, QN65QN90AAFXZA) for $1,599.99 when you follow the deal instructions below. Shipping is free.

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Deal Instructions:
  1. Visit the Samsung Discount Program page and select the program for which you qualify.
  2. Go to 65" Samsung Neo QLED 4K Smart TV (2021 Model, QN65QN90AAFXZA)
  3. Add to cart
  4. Sign in or create a new Samsung account if prompted
  5. May also be prompted to verify eligibility
  6. Total in cart will be $1,599.99 + Free Shipping
  7. Proceed to checkout
Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • HDR: HDR10, HDR10+, Hybrid Log Gamma
  • Smart TV with Bixby Voice, Apps and Full Web Browser
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RF Input
    • 1x Digital Audio Out (Optical)

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    • Our research indicates that this 65" Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 4K Smart TV is $99.98 lower than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $1,699.97 at the time of this posting.
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    • 4.6 out of 5 stars rating at Samsung
    • Samsung QN90A Class TVs have an 8.6/10 rating for mixed usage at Rtings.com: "The Samsung QN90A is an excellent TV for any use. Its VA panel provides an excellent native contrast ratio and great local dimming to display deep blacks. It gets bright enough to combat glare and has fantastic reflection handling if you want to use it in a well-lit room. Also, gamers should enjoy its VRR support, low input lag, and quick response time for a responsive gaming experience."
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I was looking around for tv's a few weeks ago and I purchased this TV for $1,699 since it was a great deal and the lowest price I found for this TV. last week it made front page and the deal expired but today I checked and Samsung has dropped it again by $100. I am looking at purchasing another one for our bedroom and will probably pull the trigger. It was close between this and the LG and because I have a lot of light coming into the room I was told by a Best Buy rep that I should go with the Samsung and it didn't disappoint.

I don't post much because people beat me to great deals and I love this community so I hope I am giving back by sharing this deal.

This price is only good for Samsung EPP Members


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k1981r asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 01:23 PM
09-09-2021 at 05:15 PM
If you're in a super bright room it's a good TV, but it's not an OLED. The LG C1 and G1 are better TVs in a dark or semi-lit room.
dbgritz asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 10:00 AM
09-09-2021 at 06:11 PM
If your (or spouse/family member/friend's) employer has any kind of company related employee 'perks' program, it might include partnership with Samsung EPP.

My employer offers benefits through a site called 'Perks at Work' that is partnered w/ Samsung (and many other retailers) to offer employee discounts. You just have to register with the employee perk program AND also setup a samsung.com account with the same work e-mail. I didn't even realize I had it until another employee told me. I got the full Samsung EPP discount on an 85" QN90A ($3200 instead of $4000).
dinot asked this question on 09-14-2021 at 10:50 AM
09-14-2021 at 10:50 AM
Correct. For the EPP sign up with your email address.
meg0383 asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 01:09 PM
GreyLake191 asked this question on 09-11-2021 at 09:35 AM

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The Samsung QN90A has one HDMI 2.1 port for VRR, ALLM, and 4K 120. This TV doesn't support Dolby Vision which most content providers are utilizing for their content. A lot of 4K Blu Rays support Dolby Vision as well. Xbox is supposedly going to utilize Dolby Vision for their games in the future. I read online that the other HDMI ports support 4K 120 without HDR, but I don't know how true that is.

The LG OLED 65" offers Dolby Vision, and 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs among other things. The LG OLED A series is limited to 4K60, and it has 3 HDMI 2.0 inputs. The LG OLED B series has two HDMI 2.1 inputs, and the C series/G Series has 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs. HDMI 2.1 is mostly important if you want to utilize those features for gaming.

I currently have the LG CX 77", and I ordered the QN90A 65" to test it out. I don't know if you truly need VRR for console gaming. I own the Xbox Series X and PS5, and I never noticed screen tearing. I mainly played games at 4K 60 on my older Sony 4K, and gaming felt fine. We can chat more about it if you like, but OLEDs and QLEDs appeal to different markets. If you want pure blacks without blooming and the extra gaming features, go with the LG OLED. If you want higher brightness that will make HDR content pop, go with the QN90A. Lastly, with the QN90A you don't have to worry about burn in. It's ideal if you play the same game all of the time or view the same type of content.
If you order this, don't forget the cancel trick to save an additional $100. After you place your order, attempt to cancel it. Select delivery issue or whatever the option is, and it should offer you a discount. I missed the cancellation window, and I chatted with CS so they could apply the $100 refund to my order. Good luck!
75 inch is $2399.99 in case anyone was wondering

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Best Buy rep was correct in this case.
What sucks about today's times if that this is the same price I believe from Black Friday. My coworker got this TV and is very happy with it.

Edit: I found a picture of his TV and it was the Q90T and not the Q90A, so not a bad deal.
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Site shows $1999.99 for me.
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Site shows $1999.99 for me.
have to sign in / check out with EPP to see price
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75 inch is $2399.99 in case anyone was wondering
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excellent, in for one! worked with alumni EDU email address Smilie
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Darnit...tried edu and epp (through perks at work portal) and i can't get the 1599 price to show up...I get 1999...does anyone have an invite to an EPP program I can use to get that price?
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How is this compared to LG OLED 65"? Price is in similar range on sale sometimes.
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How is this compared to LG OLED 65"? Price is in similar range on sale sometimes.
The Samsung QN90A has one HDMI 2.1 port for VRR, ALLM, and 4K 120. This TV doesn't support Dolby Vision which most content providers are utilizing for their content. A lot of 4K Blu Rays support Dolby Vision as well. Xbox is supposedly going to utilize Dolby Vision for their games in the future. I read online that the other HDMI ports support 4K 120 without HDR, but I don't know how true that is.

The LG OLED 65" offers Dolby Vision, and 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs among other things. The LG OLED A series is limited to 4K60, and it has 3 HDMI 2.0 inputs. The LG OLED B series has two HDMI 2.1 inputs, and the C series/G Series has 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs. HDMI 2.1 is mostly important if you want to utilize those features for gaming.

I currently have the LG CX 77", and I ordered the QN90A 65" to test it out. I don't know if you truly need VRR for console gaming. I own the Xbox Series X and PS5, and I never noticed screen tearing. I mainly played games at 4K 60 on my older Sony 4K, and gaming felt fine. We can chat more about it if you like, but OLEDs and QLEDs appeal to different markets. If you want pure blacks without blooming and the extra gaming features, go with the LG OLED. If you want higher brightness that will make HDR content pop, go with the QN90A. Lastly, with the QN90A you don't have to worry about burn in. It's ideal if you play the same game all of the time or view the same type of content.
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If you order this, don't forget the cancel trick to save an additional $100. After you place your order, attempt to cancel it. Select delivery issue or whatever the option is, and it should offer you a discount. I missed the cancellation window, and I chatted with CS so they could apply the $100 refund to my order. Good luck!
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Mine shows up $1799 with a government discount & Get it by Oct 12. Pass
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Sold out in central FL. Frown
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The Samsung QN90A has one HDMI 2.1 port for VRR, ALLM, and 4K 120. This TV doesn't support Dolby Vision which most content providers are utilizing for their content. A lot of 4K Blu Rays support Dolby Vision as well. Xbox is supposedly going to utilize Dolby Vision for their games in the future. I read online that the other HDMI ports support 4K 120 without HDR, but I don't know how true that is.

The LG OLED 65" offers Dolby Vision, and 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs among other things. The LG OLED A series is limited to 4K60, and it has 3 HDMI 2.0 inputs. The LG OLED B series has two HDMI 2.1 inputs, and the C series/G Series has 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs. HDMI 2.1 is mostly important if you want to utilize those features for gaming.

I currently have the LG CX 77", and I ordered the QN90A 65" to test it out. I don't know if you truly need VRR for console gaming. I own the Xbox Series X and PS5, and I never noticed screen tearing. I mainly played games at 4K 60 on my older Sony 4K, and gaming felt fine. We can chat more about it if you like, but OLEDs and QLEDs appeal to different markets. If you want pure blacks without blooming and the extra gaming features, go with the LG OLED. If you want higher brightness that will make HDR content pop, go with the QN90A. Lastly, with the QN90A you don't have to worry about burn in. It's ideal if you play the same game all of the time or view the same type of content.
I've been researching TV'S for the past week and you described everything so we'll right now. Thanks, lad.
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I've been researching TV'S for the past week and you described everything so we'll right now. Thanks, lad.
Not a problem! Glad I could help. My wife has been listening to me talk about TVs for the past several months so I'm glad I could share my findings with others. Good luck with your new TV purchase.
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