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The Samsung Frame TV Is a Work of Art (Literally, It Doubles as Art) & It's Up to $800 Off Now

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The Samsung Super Bowl TV Sale just landed, and with it comes a shockingly good deal on TikTok's favorite flat screen that doubles as art. From now through February 12, the Samsung Frame TV is on sale for up to $800 off in three sizes (65-, 75- and 85-inches).

More specifically, the 65-inch is now $1,700 from $2,000, while the 75-inch is currently $2,300 from $3,000 and the 85-inch is on sale for $3,500 from $4,300. No matter which size screen you pick, you can look forward to 4K resolution (including an upscaling feature that uses AI to boost the resolution on lower-quality videos), built-in Alexa capabilities and quantum dot color volume, so the screen looks extra vibrant, no matter how much natural light your room gets.

But Samsung shoppers say the best part of all is the TV's ultra-thin display and black brushed frame that makes it look like a modern work of art. This is fitting since it has an "art mode" that makes it look like a framed print when you're not bingeing Stranger Things or Succession. (There's even an art store that gives you access to thousands of new and classic works to display.)

If you want to take the TV to the next level, you can also choose between various bezels that pop onto the magnetic frame for an additional $200. Just be sure to select the option you like before adding the TV to your cart.

According to Samsung reviewers, you'll be satisfied either way. "This is the best purchase I’ve ever made. The backlit screen brings the artwork to life. I can sit and study classic [artworks] and change the ambiance of our living room instantly. [It] switches to TV instantly, and I’m liking the matte screen that [deflects any] glare as well," one Samsung buyer raves.

Better take advantage of the deal before it's too late.


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