Samsung 65-inch 4K TV is a massive £500 off on Amazon Prime Day
For a limited time only for Amazon Prime subscribers (or those on a free trial), you can secure the state-of-the-art Samsung AU8000 TV for half its retail price with over £500 off, bringing the total in to just £499. click here to order yours now.
This 4K television offers stunning visuals with a dynamic Crystal 4K processor that makes the colors look more vibrant and defined. You’ll feel as though you’re immersed in the action!
This ultra-HD smart television also boasts adaptive audio sound to give you a cinematic experience in your own living room.
The built-in adaptive sound is a smart tool that allows the audio from the TV to adjust to the space in your living room to have unrivaled sound quality. For that additional boost, you can also pair the TV with a samsung sound bar.
The sleek and slim design makes it ideal for fitting onto the wall (check out an ideal bracket for this model here) or standing on the robust feet.
It also has built in voice assistant so you can control the TV by speaking to Alexa, who will find your ideal program or music by sifting through all the streaming services that are available to you.
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There’s also a handy USB- and HDMI-capable socket so you can plug in additional devices such as your fire tv stickgame consoles or DVD players.
This Prime Day, there are plenty of Amazon devices getting price cuts. You can make significant savings on a range of products, including multiple generations of the Echo Dot and Echo Show.
Other Amazon product offers include up to 62% off on Fire Stick, Fire Cube and Echo bundles, as much as 61% off the regular price of Fire tablet devices, and the return of the popular Kindle Unlimited deals.
These impressive Prime Day deals are live for today and Wednesday (July 14). Be quick if you want to bag your favorite item with a brilliant discount, as some of these deals will only be around for this sale.
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