The best Samsung Frame TV prices in February 2023

The Samsung Frame TV hangs on the wall of someone's living room.
(Image credit: Samsung )

The Samsung Frame TV is a quality TV that doubles as a beautiful frame for your favourite art pieces. The 55-inch model is by far the most popular model of the 'art TV' and also sees some great discounts, as we detail below. 

Why should you choose the Samsung Frame? It has art and ambient mode, and a clever anti-glare, matte display. Plus, the Samsung Frame TV art that shows up when you're not on Netflix is exceptionally beautiful – to get it you'll need an Art Mode subscription of $5 / £3.99 a month, which brings you hundreds of pieces of art straight from the best galleries and museums around the world. Alternatively, you can add your own art or photography. 

Add to that a one-inch deep frame and a wall mount option that will sit your Frame TV flush against your wall, and you've got a unique, art and design-led TV on your hands. 

So what are your options? There's the smallest 32-inch Frame TV, with its lower 1080p resolution, then all the other sizes are 4K. All of the Frame TVs can be changed with separately sold snap-on frames, giving you a range of colour and style options to adapt to your household decor.

Did you know that LG has also released a TV designed to be a wall-mounted art display? Check out the best LG G1 deals out there. Or, if you're one of the lucky ones to have bagged a PS5, our breakdown of the best TVs for PS5 will be essential reading. 

The best Samsung Frame TV prices

A press shot of the Samsung Frame TV, on a wall with other frames.

(Image credit: Samsung)

Samsung Frame TV (55-inch)

The most popular of the art-friendly TV series.

Sizes: 32, 43, 50, 55, 65, 75, 85 inches | Resolution : 4K (1080p for 32-inch) | Screen type: QLED (2019 models onwards)

Beautiful aesthetic 
Unique mix of art and TV
Easy to change bezels/frames
Not the highest resolution
Not the brightest TV ever

Although you can go down to the 35-inch, or up to the 75-inch Samsung Frame TV (see below), by far the most popular Samsung Frame TV is the 55-inch model. If you want to compare the prices on the other sized models, just scroll down for all the details. But if you're wanting a dramatic art statement, plus a fantastic TV, the 55-inch is our model of choice. This model usually comes in at $1,499 / £1,299, but we have seen it knocked down to $1,199 / £999, so keep an eye out for discounts.

The best Samsung Frame 32-inch TV deals 

If you want your Samsung Frame TV to blend in with other framed pictures in your home, perhaps the smaller 32-inch model would be best. This is the cheapest The Frame on offer, and retails for £549 / $599, though it often drops by $50 / £50 or even more.

The best Samsung Frame 43-inch TV deals 

The cheapest of the Samsung Frame TV models is the 43-inch version, and we're increasingly seeing decent savings on it. Originally selling for $1,099 / £999, you can now get this beautiful TV for around $900 / £799.

The best Samsung Frame 65-inch TV deals

We've found that the 65-inch version of the Samsung Frame TV goes out of stock quite a lot more than the smaller versions (above). If nothing is showing below, be sure to bookmark this page and come back in a bit to see if any new deals have been released... 

The best Samsung Frame 75-inch TV deals

If size is no concern then why not wait for the best deal on the largest 75-inch Samsung Frame TV? Well, perhaps the cost! Though we see many price drops on the largest Frames, the remaining asking price will still be a fair stack. Retailing at $3,000 / £2,499, we have seen around $400/£400 off the asking price, so if you see that or better below, then check it out. 

The best Samsung Frame 85-inch TV deals 

If you want the best possible picture money can buy, get the 85-inch version of the Frame TV. It starts at $4,299 / £2,799, but we've seen savings of up to £300 off.

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Beren Neale
Deals Editor

Beren has worked on creative tech magazines and websites at Future Publishing for 13 years. He started this journey as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, and in 2012 found himself bridging the magazine/website divide as Commissioning Editor on the newly launched Creative Bloq. Since then he took the editor role on ImagineFX, was Launch Editor of the fine art magazine Paint & Draw, moved to Canon Pro Europe website as Deputy Editor, and then edited the graphic design magazine Computer Arts. In 2020 he moved back to Creative Bloq, the biggest global art and design website, and as Deals Editor has applied his expertise in creative tech to help digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need and love. Outside of work, Beren is an avid rock climber and music nut. 

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