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Samsung QE55S95BA 55" OLED 4K Smart TV £1,073.50 with code + Claim £200 cashback @ Crampton & Moore

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Crampton and Moore price matched Spatial and now have the 55” S95B listed for £1130. You can then use the coupon “have5” for an additional 5% off bringing the site total to £1073.50. Samsung will give you £200 back so £873.50 for a good tv with 5 year warranty purchased from a great retailer.. seems like about as good as it’s going to get?

The Samsung HW-S801B white sound bar also seems quite cheap compared to the black at £449 with £250 cash back and if both purchased from this site could give an extra £50 off bringing the total for the bar to £149.


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Samsung QE55S95BA 55" OLED 4K Smart TV
With 8.3 million self-lit pixels & 4K AI processing, the Samsung OLED picture is so real, it’s surreal.

Samsung OLED Technology
With roughly 8.3 million specially engineered self-illuminating pixels (ultra-fast switching tiny lights), contrast is virtually limitless. At its best in viewing settings with controlled lighting, the Samsung OLED is intensely cinematic.

Neural Quantum Processor with 4K Upscaling
Experience everything you watch transformed to 4K by 20 AI-powered neural networks.*

Quantum HDR OLED
Hollywood’s HDR movies and streaming shows leap off the OLED screen with unimaginable detail.

Dolby Atmos and Object Tracking Sound
Be enveloped by the spectacular cinematic surround sound of Dolby Atmos built right into the TV.

LaserSlim Design
Daringly discreet, this stylish TV has a profile so thin it was inspired by a laser beam. The groundbreaking LaserSlim Design has a minimal bezel and an ultra-thin side profile.

Smart TV Hub
Spend less time searching and more time streaming what you enjoy with Samsung Smart TV Hub. Front and center, you’ll find the movies, shows, games, music and more you want most. It’s all organized and at your fingertips on a home screen tailored to you.

Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ (4K @ 120Hz)
Action movies, sports and games look smooth and crisp up to 4K at 120Hz. With Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ enhancements, you’ll virtually eliminate your lag and lessen blur.

Eye Comfort Mode
Set your sights on a more soothing screen with EyeComfort Mode. With sunrise and sunset times built in, it intelligently adapts your display and reduces blue light to help keep your eyes more comfortable. Ideal for nature shows and other real-life programs, Real Depth Enhancer mirrors how the human eye processes depth by increasing foreground contrast.

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    The 65” is also reduced and seems a bargain. 
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    Thanks, bought from RicherSounds with a price match 65" £1566.55 (then extra £200 cashback next month). Should be £1366.55 total and might be able to sell our old OLED TV for £200 or less.

    Not too bad after a 7-year upgrade. Might get a Roku or Firestick to avoid Tizen as well.
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    How did yu get them to price match that low?
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    Bargain
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    Suggest watch some reviews first was going to buy but now decided not to.....
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    Most of the issues associated with this TV are made out to be far worse than they actually are by the very numerous amount of LG OLED owners. Most repeat the same lines "bendy screen" "no Dolby vision" "tizen is rubbish".

    The S95B wiped the floor with the G2 in head to head comparisons let alone the C2! But many folks just don't want to hear it lol. I think the last remaining trump cards for LG are build quality and operating system, everything else is a win for the Samsung.

    With most reviewers stating it's their pic for TV of 2022 when factoring in cost against the Sony QD-OLED and the Panasonic.... It's even Rtings highest rated TV ever:

    rtings.com/tv/…ket
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    Tizen IS rubbish, but it's a fantastic TV and more affordable than it's rivals.
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    Oos?
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    Appears to be. Says they will back order it if you click to checkout.
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    It appears to be out of stock when adding the TV to the cart (in stock on the site itself). It mentions back ordering if you pull the trigger so deal might still be live - Crampton and Moore are quite good about honouring deals I believe?
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    Out of stock, called them and asked.
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    65" appears to be in stock.

    Was planning on waiting on the new 2023 S90C but i doubt it will be anywhere near this price.
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    Bought one of these yesterday from richer sounds with the free soundbar offer for £1,260. Selling the soundbar and £200 cash back brings it down to around £810 for me. This seems to be a good deal without the headache of having to sell the soundbar. The quality of this TV is absolutely amazing. UI was slow at first, got better and is just about OK now. I can live with that.
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    Another one I’m tempted by! The av forums review seems really good build quality and cheap stand seems to be the only real negative
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    The TV is thin. Very thin. Unpack it carefully. If it's bent send it back. Put the TV somewhere where people will not bump into it. TV on a wall or TV stand in a corner. Jobs a good ern. The current lowest price is £875 with cashback for a TV that was £2300 this time last year. This isn't a £900 hisense
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    I just love to see when big companies like J&L increasing their prices exactly for cashback amount just a moment after it is advertised.

    Greed, pure greed.
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    They’ve now jacked the prices up. Not sure why these retailers think we are stupid!
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