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Samsung EDU/EPP Discount: 65" S95B OLED 4K Smart TV (2022 Model) EXPIRED

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Samsung offers Eligible Samsung Education/Employee Discount Customers: 65" S95B OLED 4K Smart TV (2022 Model, QN65S95BAFXZA) on sale for $2,240.15 when you follow the deal instructions below. Shipping is free.

Samsung also offers Eligible Samsung Education/Employee Discount Customers: 55" S95B OLED 4K Smart TV (2022 Model, QN55S95BAFXZA) on sale for $1760.19 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" S95B OLED 4K Smart TV
  3. Add to cart
  4. Sign in or create a new Samsung account if prompted
  5. May also be prompted to verify eligibility
  6. Proceed to checkout
  7. Final price will be $2,240.15 + free shipping
Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Panel Type: OLED
  • Dolby Atmos
  • HDR10+, HLG
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RF Input
    • 1x Digital Audio Out (Optical)

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Samsung S95B QD-OLED 65" $2240 [samsung.com]

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The 65" is about same price as the 77" LG C1

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The 65" is about same price as the 77" LG C1
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really good price for an awesome tv. I own this since first release.
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This is exciting. Read an article today that Samsung has recently improved their utilization of large OLED sheets to get more panels per sheet with less waste. Assuming driving the cost down. I'll be grabbing this model when it gets below about $1600 at the end of the year. I was holding out for the 65 QN90A to drop below $1190 (EPP) on Samsung's site but so far no go. My only real concern is that there is some bright room criticism about this TV regarding "raised blacks" but I don't quite understand what it is yet.
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Logged in via .edu account but am not seeing the student discount applied, any tips?
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This is exciting. Read an article today that Samsung has recently improved their utilization of large OLED sheets to get more panels per sheet with less waste. Assuming driving the cost down. I'll be grabbing this model when it gets below about $1600 at the end of the year. I was holding out for the 65 QN90A to drop below $1190 (EPP) on Samsung's site but so far no go. My only real concern is that there is some bright room criticism about this TV regarding "raised blacks" but I don't quite understand what it is yet.
i highly doubt that the s95b price for the 65 inch will drop that low to 1600 by the end of the year. Currently the lg tv took 2021 tvs to reach that price months after their 2022 models came out and they have years to prefect their manufacturing. With samsung tv it will go lower next year when the new models come out probably around your 1600 or lower. Also with sonys unknown a95k (uses the same panel) release date and 4000 price tag... prices wont come down sub 2000 anytime soon.

The raised blacks is a not an issue and seriously exaggerated after linus pointed it out. Sorry but he should let the pros like hdtvtest review tvs and just stick to computers. Honestly in a bright room i would rather have the s95b with its anti reflective coating any day over lg. Lg oleds are a mirror and reflects light so much.
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i highly doubt that the s95b price for the 65 inch will drop that low to 1600 by the end of the year. Currently the lg tv took 2021 tvs to reach that price months after their 2022 models came out and they have years to prefect their manufacturing. With samsung tv it will go lower next year when the new models come out probably around your 1600 or lower. Also with sonys unknown a95k (uses the same panel) release date and 4000 price tag... prices wont come down sub 2000 anytime soon.

The raised blacks is a not an issue and seriously exaggerated after linus pointed it out. Sorry but he should let the pros like hdtvtest review tvs and just stick to computers. Honestly in a bright room i would rather have the s95b with its anti reflective coating any day over lg. Lg oleds are a mirror and reflects light so much.
I meant end of the model year so like April 2023. This TV will 99% go below $1600 by that time. This is, of course, using employer discount (EPP).
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This is exciting. Read an article today that Samsung has recently improved their utilization of large OLED sheets to get more panels per sheet with less waste. Assuming driving the cost down. I'll be grabbing this model when it gets below about $1600 at the end of the year. I was holding out for the 65 QN90A to drop below $1190 (EPP) on Samsung's site but so far no go. My only real concern is that there is some bright room criticism about this TV regarding "raised blacks" but I don't quite understand what it is yet.
I personally dont think there is anyway this TV gets to $1600 in a year..MAYBE $2000 from places like GT and EPP and $2200-2300 at Best Buy/Amazon

This Tv is like the one to have right now

In regards to the QN90A I thought it had dropped to the $1190 price on Samsung EPP?..even so I think its out of stock in the 65" at many places now
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I meant end of the model year so like April 2023. This TV will 99% go below $1600 by that time. This is, of course, using employer discount (EPP).
Maybe by the time that its discontinued and the next model has been rolled out...the LG C1 comes to mind as an example

In my opinion..there would be no reason for Samsung to drop the price. They have the " it" Tv right now
Unless Sony's version comes out and blows it out of the water , for about the same price, I dont think we will see that type of discounting

Look how high priced last years " it" Tv still is..the Sony A90J

Samsung and Sony seem to volley off each other price moves and react accordingly to how well the professional reviews present them as compared to each other
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I personally dont think there is anyway this TV gets to $1600 in a year..MAYBE $2000 from places like GT and EPP and $2200-2300 at Best Buy/Amazon

This Tv is like the one to have right now

In regards to the QN90A I thought it had dropped to the $1190 price on Samsung EPP?..even so I think its out of stock in the 65" at many places now
Man this site is tough today. You think we only see $240 more drop in the next 11 months? CMON!

Also, yes, the QN90 has been locked at $1190 but holding out since it's replacing a decent TV already (65KS8000).
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really good price for an awesome tv. I own this since first release.
I was tempted this weekend....but I just bought an LG G1 back in December ..Mad

Can I ask what TV you replaced with the Samsung S95B and pluses and minuses as you see them?
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Maybe by the time that its discontinued and the next model has been rolled out...the LG C1 comes to mind as an example

In my opinion..there would be no reason for Samsung to drop the price. They have the " it" Tv right now
Unless Sony's version comes out and blows it out of the water , for about the same price, I dont think we will see that type of discounting

Look how high priced last years " it" Tv still is..the Samsung A90J

Samsung and Sony seem to volley off each other price moves and react accordingly to how well the professional reviews present them as compared to each other
the sony a95k review is out on hdtv test on youtube. Its not worth the 4k msrp price tag (1k sony price tax over s95b). And with the s95b 65 inch at this price its a no brainer decision in favor of samsung.
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this or 55" G1 $1200 after tax / shipped?
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Man this site is tough today. You think we only see $240 more drop in the next 11 months? CMON!

Also, yes, the QN90 has been locked at $1190 but holding out since it's replacing a decent TV already (65KS8000).
Unless the Sony version is known to perform better
Why would Samsung start discounting heavy on a unique item that is the TV to have right now?
It was MSRP and people were buying it for that

Maybe I misunderstood on the Qn90A..thought you said you would be a buyer for that price?

I havent spent a lot of time with the QN90A

But some time ago I has a KS9800 and a KS8000 in my home and the KS9800 was definitely a better set....though the blooming could be atrocious, it was definitely brighter and has better black levels than the KS8000
As it should have because I think it was twice the price

I havent followed Samsung flagship local dimming models closely much since then. I assume they are better now, but I dont know
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