Save big on Samsung fridges, washing machines and ovens this Black Friday

Samsung has unveiled an assortment of glorious deals on your home appliances, so you can fully outfit your kitchen.

We’ve already seen a range of amazing deals on tech devices ahead of Black Friday, but if you’re looking for white goods, Samsung has unveiled some unbeatable deals across its range that could save you up to £700 on a single product.

If something else tickles your fancy, like a new pair of headphones, a new smartphone or a new running watch, be sure to check out our roundup of the very best Black Friday deals.

If you are looking for a specific new home appliance from Samsung, you can click on the links below for ovens, washing machines and fridge-freezers. Remember that you may need to turn off your ad blocker to access the links.

  • Fridge freezers: follow this link for the best deals on Samsung fridge-freezers, including a £300 saving on the Samsung Series 7 RS68A8830S9 (now down to £1,379)
  • Washing machine: follow this link to see deals on Samsung washing machines, including £80 off the Series 5 ecobubble washing machine (now just £689)
  • Ovens: follow this link then use code COOKING10 to get 10% off the Samsung range of ovens

Save big on Samsung’s range of home appliances

You can get great savings on a range of different Samsung home appliances ahead of Black Friday, including deals on washing machines, ovens, fridge-freezers and more. Follow this link to see where you can upgrade your kitchen for less.

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  • Discover the range of offers on these household appliances
  • Save hundreds of pounds

See the offer

In our reviews, we’ve been very impressed with Samsung home appliances, including the brand’s range of fridge-freezers, ovens and washing machines. The deals listed above could allow you to completely retool your kitchen from top to bottom, thanks to the huge savings you’ll make on otherwise expensive home products. Also note that many are available for purchase as part of monthly deals, so you wouldn’t have to shell out the full amount all at once, but instead could spread the cost over time.

James G. Williams