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    Save up to $3500 on Samsung’s outdoor The Terrace TV

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    Last updated: May 30th, 2024 at 12:48 UTC+02:00

    With the summer season just around the corner, Samsung has launched new deals for its outdoor The Terrace TV series. The company brings price cuts on both the Partial Sun and Full Sun variants, and buyers can save up to $3,500.

    Starting with the Partial Sun The Terrace variant, savings include $700 for the 55-inch model, $1,000 for the 65-inch model, and $1,000 for the 75-inch Terrace. The larger 85-inch variant is currently out of stock.

    With these savings, you can buy the 55, 65, or 75-inch Partial Sun The Terrace for $2,799, $3,999, and $5,499, respectively.

    As for the Full Sun The Terrace, which is available in three sizes, you can save $2,500 on the 65-inch model, $3,500 on the 75-inch Terrace, and $1,000 on the 85-inch version.

    Regardless of which Terrace variant and size you pick, you also benefit from free mounting service, which saves you an extra $120. As usual, you can choose to pay for The Terrace outright or through Samsung Financing in four or twenty-four installments.

    These are the 2021 The Terrace models, as the 2023 variant isn't available online through Samsung's e-shop as of this writing. You might be able to find the 2023 model at third-party retail partners, but whether or not you can get these sorts of massive discounts is another matter.

    Which Samsung Terrace TV variant is best for you?

    The Partial Sun and Full Sun Terrace TVs are based on QLED technology and boast a 4K resolution, Direct Full Array 16x backlights, HDR10+, and anti-reflection panels.

    The TVs ship with an IP56 dust and water-resistant remote and offer features like Multi View, Tap View, Game Mode, and built-in Bixby and Amazon Alexa.

    Story continues after the video…

    The main differences between the Partial Sun and Full Sun Samsung Terrace TVs lie in the IP ratings and brightness levels.

    The Partial Sun model can be used outdoors but should not be placed in direct sunlight. It must be mounted in the shade and has an IP55 rating. It also boasts 2,000+ nits of brightness.

    In contrast, you can use the Full Sun Terrace TV outdoors in direct sunlight. It benefits from a higher water resistance thanks to an IP56 rating but has lower brightness levels of 1,500+ nits.

    Whichever Terrace fits you best, you can hit the buy button below to save up to $3,500.

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