The best Samsung S95B prices for Black Friday

A Samsung S95B TV face-on, on an orange background.
(Image credit: Future/Samsung)

This Black Friday week, it's actually quite easy to find the best Samsung S95B prices – if you're using this widget-based page as your primary source. On this page, we pull in all the live deals – including all the exclusive Black Friday Samsung deals – wherever you are in the world. 

You'll already know that the Samsung S95B is one of 2022's best OLED TVs, offering the unique Quantum Dot OLED picture quality, and an array of great features. But since it's so sought after and new, what exactly makes a great Samsung S95B price right now? 

The Samsung S95B went on sale in June 2022, and was limited to two screen sizes: the 55-inch that sold at $1,799/£1,999 and the 65-inch at $2,799/£2,999. Now, we've seen that retail price manipulated by many retailers (including Samsung!) so it's good to have an idea of what a good Samsung S95B price actually is. For example, on Samsung's site, the retail price of the 55-inch model is listed as $2,199.99 and the 65-inch model as $2,999.99. We have no idea why this is. However over on Amazon, it states the original retail price as $1,597.99 for the 55-inch and $2,997.99 for the 65-inch. Confused yet? Well this is bound to discombobulate many would-be buyers, so here we are using the actual retail price, in bold above. See anything below that, and you've got yourself a deal. 

Right now, we're seeing a lot of 55-inch prices hover around the $1,499 mark, the best being $1,447.99 for the 55-inch model over at Walmart (opens in new tab) (though, again, we advise you to ignore its stated retail price of $2,199.99). 

Looking for other TV brand deals? We're big fans of the LG range of OLED TVs, so have a look at this breakdown of the best LG C1 deals and the lowest LG C2 prices, or have a look at the best Sony A80J prices.

Best Samsung S95B prices for Black Friday week

The Samsung S95B sits on a dark wood TV table, in a modern sitting room.

(Image credit: Samsung)

Samsung S95B

Samsung's Quantum Dot OLED TV offers outstanding picture quality.

Screen size: 55-inch and 65-inch | Type: QD-OLED | Resolution: 4K | HDR formats supported: HLG, HDR10, HDR10+ | Operating system: Tizen | Connections: Four HDMI inputs, one optical output

Amazingly vibrant colours
Picture quality is top tier
Good for gaming
Fantastic viewing angles
Image tweaks out of box needed

As stated above, the internet (including Samsung, the producer of the S95B), can't agree on what the original retail price was, which is odd considering that it only came out in June 2022. So beware – although there are lots of retailers stating you're saving massive amounts, they may have inflated the 'retail' price that they're basing the saving on. We can only imagine that they've got the price for the 65- and the 55-inch models mixed. Either way, the original retail prices were $1,799/£1,999 for the 55-inch model, and $2,799/£2,999 for the 65-inch model.

Now, that's not a budget price, for sure, but then the Samsung S95B does rock original Q-Dot OLED technology, and therefore boasts picture quality like no other TV on the market. And what's better, is that we're already seeing decent discounts on the Samsung S95B price, even before Black Friday has kicked in. The current best Samsung S95B prices that we've seen have been $1,897 for the 65-inch TV (currently still live on Amazon) (opens in new tab), and $1,447 for the 55-inch model, that only recently ran out (the best that we can currently find is $1,463 for the 55-inch TV over at Walmart (opens in new tab).)

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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.