The best Prime Day TV deal isn't even on Amazon (but it will save you $500)

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

The Samsung Frame TV has had some big discounts over time, but I've just spotted one of the best yet. And even though we're in the middle of Amazon's Prime Big Deal Days, these discounts are from other retailers.

There are deals on all sizes, I'm particularly taken with the offer on the 75-inch version, bringing it down by a whopping $1,050 to just $1,949 at Walmart (I also like the $410 off the 55-inch offer, if this is a little big).

Samsung Frame TV (75-inch, 2022)
Was: $2,997

Samsung Frame TV (75-inch, 2022)
$1,949 at Walmart

Overview: The 75-inch, 2022 model of The Frame is our favourite TV right now. It's at a brilliant price at Walmart, and is the perfect size if you don't want anything as enormous as the 85-inch version but need something bigger than the usual TV size.

Key features: This is arguably the most popular of the 'art TV'. A 4K TV that, when not acting as a TV, displays your favourite art in incredible high definition. You can get a subscription of all the world's finest art for $7 a month, or display your own collection (or both). The ultra thin bezels and changeable frames make it look like a high-end framed piece of art.  

Price history: The 75-inch model retails at $2,997.99, though we've seen it dip way lower than that since it was released in April 2022. This current price of $1,949.99 is the lowest on the net right now, but a little way off that record-low on Prime Day ($1,634).

Price comparison: Amazon: $2,997.99 | Best Buy: $2,999.99 | Woot: $1,997.99

Reviews: All the reviews that we've read have said that the 2022 model of the original 2021 Samsung Frame TV builds on the original in all the right ways. It's true that the sound won't be comparable to most sound bars out there, but this is very much more about the visuals.

Beren Neale
Ecom Editor

Beren has worked on creative titles at Future Publishing for over 13 years. Cutting his teeth as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, he moved on to edit several creative titles, and is currently the Ecommerce Editor on the most effective creative website in the world. When he's not testing and reviewing the best ergonomic office chairs, phones, laptops, TVs, monitors and various types of storage, he can be found finding and comparing the best deals on the tech that creatives value the most.