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(No more Student Discount) Samsung S95B QD-OLED 55" $1899 65" $2499.00

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(No more Student Discount) Samsung S95B QD-OLED 55" $1899 65" $2499.00

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With SPC, price drop even less!

Current best deal now is to use SPC or any education program in Samsung website

55" for $1400 or 65" for $1950



Or you can use this studentbeans link without needing to login first https://www.studentbeans.com/referer/samsung-ca


Below is the regular sale without student discount

Samsung had fixed their education page and removed TVs so,we are back to regular sale

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Here is rting review. It lacks of Dolby Vision and could be a deal breaker for some people, but not me Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes

My apartment has lots of windows and I have been wanting to have OLED TV. I have been eyeing C1 but I need brighter TV. I pulled a trigger on 65" S95B and now i can watch TV during daylight with no problems.

Also there is offer free 3 months Apple TV+ for new subscription
https://www.samsung.com/ca/offer/applet ... scription/
Last edited by pocq on Nov 26th, 2022 8:37 pm, edited 12 times in total.
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Nov 15, 2003
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Did not expect QD-OLEDs to hit this price so soon. Sale or not.

The 65” QN90A was stuck above $3000 for a while.
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that's an awesome price....within spitting range of the C1 that many people bought. If you want the best picture quality, this TV is definitely a step up.

The pressure is now on LG......competition is good.
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Great TV, however Samsung still does not want to support Dolby Vision. I know many would say HDR10+ is just as good, but......
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warpdrive wrote: that's an awesome price....within spitting range of the C1 that many people bought. If you want the best picture quality, this TV is definitely a step up.

The pressure is now on LG......competition is good.
It's like $799 more so not really. I was interested in this TV but seeing that they reduced the top brightness value, it's main appeal over the C2 no longer really esists, and it lacks Dolby Vision and is more expensive. So I think the C2 is the better buy at this price.
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flowerdealer wrote: It's like $799 more so not really. I was interested in this TV but seeing that they reduced the top brightness value, it's main appeal over the C2 no longer really esists, and it lacks Dolby Vision and is more expensive. So I think the C2 is the better buy at this price.
hmm, didn't know they reduced the brightness. $799 is definitely still a lot more, but the color rendition of the TV is something that LG can't match.
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Nov 16, 2018
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Lack of Dolby Vision prevents this from being hot IMO
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Weendude wrote: Lack of Dolby Vision prevents this from being hot IMO
I keep thinking that too, but I am often not impressed with Dolby Vision. The highlights often look overexposed and somehow soft.
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I agree that it looks gorgeous. But even now, this TV is like $400 more than the C2 (with the latest discounts coming), and if you go to the owner forums it has tons of problems (it being a first generation product), a d longevity is still in question. I agree with you, in person the TV looks stunning, but not that much better than a C2.
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lefroset wrote: I keep thinking that too, but I am often not impressed with Dolby Vision. The highlights often look overexposed and somehow soft.
Still seems dumb to spend over 2k on a TV without it if you watch movies.
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Weendude wrote: Still seems dumb to spend over 2k on a TV without it if you watch movies.
I used to own an S95B and the lack of DV isn’t as big a downside as you might think. HDR10 still looks great and now that filmmaker mode is fixed, it’s actually quite an accurate set for movies.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s silly for Samsung to cling to HDR 10+ at this point and I ended up going with an LG in the end but the lack of DV alone shouldn’t be a dealbreaker.
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I have a 65 inch S95B and a few LG Oled tvs. The picture is fantastic and even with the brightness reduction, it's still plenty bright.

I bought mine out of the USA 2 months ago and brought it in myself for about $500 cheaper than this price all in with tax. Purchased a 4 year squaretrade warranty on top which actually covers you in Canada. (I've been paid out on a defective TV in the past).
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dafloof wrote: I have a 65 inch S95B and a few LG Oled tvs. The picture is fantastic and even with the brightness reduction, it's still plenty bright.

I bought mine out of the USA 2 months ago and brought it in myself for about $500 cheaper than this price all in with tax. Purchased a 4 year squaretrade warranty on top which actually covers you in Canada. (I've been paid out on a defective TV in the past).
Where abouts did you buy the s95b? Im thinking of doing the same
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PatriqueM416 wrote: Where abouts did you buy the s95b? Im thinking of doing the same
Direct from Samsung.com. if you have access to EPP discounts, it's currently $1399.99 USD for the 65 inch.

I paid a bit more but still a fantastic deal.
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FWIW. Visions has various employee purchase plans available with discounts offered. For me that was Winnipeg Regional Health Authority STAR program.

Called and was able to nab a 65" with delivery from local store included for $2520 plus tax. Was considering an C1 or A80J, but for this price I'll bite and try the Samsung. Upgrade TVs so infrequently I'm willing to try the bleeding edge.
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tasertester wrote: FWIW. Visions has various employee purchase plans available with discounts offered. For me that was Winnipeg Regional Health Authority STAR program.

Called and was able to nab a 65" with delivery from local store included for $2520 plus tax. Was considering an C1 or A80J, but for this price I'll bite and try the Samsung. Upgrade TVs so infrequently I'm willing to try the bleeding edge.
Good deal
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dafloof wrote: Direct from Samsung.com. if you have access to EPP discounts, it's currently $1399.99 USD for the 65 inch.

I paid a bit more but still a fantastic deal.
What do you need to be able to make an EPP account with them
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tasertester wrote: What do you need to be able to make an EPP account with them
I have a perksatwork.com account from years ago that gives me access to the EPP discount. Not sure if anyone can sign up but worth a shot.

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