Do you want a 75-inch TV? Samsung has the best Black Friday TV deals

Do you want a 75-inch TV? Samsung has the best Black Friday TV deals

If you're looking for a 75-inch TV deal for Black Friday, Samsung is offering you a $ 550 discount on a Samsung 4K TV at Amazon.

The 7110-inch Samsung AU75 now costs just € 749 after a massive price drop, putting it squarely within the reach of mid-range budgets. This display features 4K resolution, HDR, HDR10 +, Alexa compatibility, and a 60Hz panel, and there has never been a better time to buy it.

However, it is not the only deal worth getting. As the world's largest television manufacturer, Samsung releases a wide range of televisions each year, catering to a multitude of different budgets and specification needs. And while we take a look at this year's Black Friday TV deals, Samsung is offering big savings on new TVs, even in a whopping 75-inch size. Some even add QLED panels and Mini LED backlights for a truly premium experience.

We have a host of 75-inch Black Friday TV deals listed below at UK retailers, so take a look below to see what's available, or scroll down to see deals in other regions if is based elsewhere.

Today's best 75-inch TV deals on Black Friday

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You can see more TV deals with our Best Buy Black Friday deals guide. You can also get more great deals with our roundup of the best Walmart Black Friday deals and the best Amazon Black Friday deals.

Henri St Leger

Henry is the news and articles editor for LaComparacion, covering today's stories with enthusiasm, enthusiasm and poise. He has spent the past three years reporting on smart TVs, projectors and speakers, as well as gaming and virtual reality, including a stint as the website's Home Cinema editor, and has been interviewed live on BBC World News and Channel News Asia, discussing the future of 4K resolution and transport TVs respectively. As a graduate of English literature and a persistent theater enthusiast, you will usually find him forcing Shakespeare's puns into his tech articles, which he thinks is what the bard would have wanted. Firms include Edge, T3, and Little White Lies.