Amazon's 7-day Samsung sale now live - deals on 4K TVs, Galaxy Buds, and more

Amazon's 7-day Samsung sale deals
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If you're on the hunt for a new 4K TV, smartwatch, or perhaps even a pair of wireless earbuds, we strongly recommend checking out Amazon's 7-days of Samsung sale this week.

From now (officially started on the 27th) until October 3rd, Amazon will be dropping a ton of juicy deals featuring products exclusively from the tech giant.

We've rounded up a few highlights just below, which includes the lowest prices so far on some fairly new releases like the Galaxy Smart Tag (now £20.99 was £29.99), and the stunning 2021 Samsung 75-inch AU8000 TV (now £899 was £1,199). There's also a ton of great savings to be found on smartwatches, cheap unlocked Android smartphones, and some very, very big savings on premium gaming monitors too.

This latest Samsung-themed sale from Amazon proves it's not just rival Apple making news all the news recently, and hey, we're not complaining - Samsung makes excellent tech all around. A couple of our picks (including the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2) are highly reviewed here at TechRadar, so this is a sale definitely worth checking out.

Amazon's 7-day Samsung sale: today's top picks

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (32GB): £219

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (32GB): £219 £176.32 at Amazon
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A cheap tablet is a handy thing to have and this Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is one of the better budget options out there right now. It's featuring a metal chassis that's rather nice for the price, a 10.4-inch display that's not too big or small, and a fairly beefy 7,040 mAh battery for plenty of runtime between charges. Bear in mind, however, that it doesn't have the biggest storage capacity here with 32GB so you'll probably have to have an SD card handy.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360: £1,199

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360: £1,199 £999 at Amazon
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Samsung hasn't always been known for its ultrabooks but this Galaxy Book Pro 360 is a worthy pick if you're looking for something that's a little different from the usual Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectres. Featuring a powerful 11th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and AMOLED display, this machine is also fully capable of being used as either a tablet or laptop thanks to its convertible design.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag: £29.99

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag: £29.99 £20.99 at Amazon
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Here's a great little device that's going for cheap in today's Amazon deals - the Galaxy SmartTag. Attach this little gadget to your keys, luggage, or anything that's precious to you to keep it tracked via your smartphone's Bluetooth connection. It can also double as a handy switch for connected IoT devices - such as your lights at home or door locks. 

Samsung AU8000 75-inch 4K UHD Smart TV: £1,199

Samsung AU8000 75-inch 4K UHD Smart TV: £1,199 £899 at Amazon
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If you're looking for a big (and we mean big) screen TV that's packing in a ton of handy smart features, picture quality, and reasonable price, consider this 2021 Samsung AU series TV. This is the lowest price we've seen so far from this massive set that features the companies latest Crystal 4K processor and PurColor technology. 

Samsung Q65A 50-inch QLED 4K UHD Smart TV: £799

Samsung Q65A 50-inch QLED 4K UHD Smart TV: £799 £749 at Amazon
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You can score a small but welcome discount on Samsung's latest range of excellent Q65A-series QLED TVs in today's Amazon deals. While pricey, these displays are worth every penny thanks to their industry-renowned picture quality, powerful 4K processors, and host of excellent smart TV features. We've highlighted the 50-inch version here, but there are savings on every size today.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: £179

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: £179 £79 at Amazon
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Here's the lowest price yet on the Galaxy Buds Live - a great pair of wireless earbuds that for the first time for a pair of Samsung Buds feature active noise cancellation. With up to 21 hours of battery life, quick charging, and excellent device pairing these buds are a great choice for pairing up with a Galaxy Watch, Android phone, or any other connected device.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 (LTE): £289

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 (LTE): £289 £239 at Amazon
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The second iteration of Samsung's mid-range fitness-focused smartwatch brings a whole host of nifty features. A gorgeous AMOLED screen, haptic dials, and ECG means this device is a pricey but worthwhile investment for both fitness and casual use. This is the lowest price we've seen so far for this model - but bear in mind this cellular version comes with a £50 upcharge over the basic GPS model.

Samsung Odyssey G5 34-inch curved gaming monitor: £499.99

Samsung Odyssey G5 34-inch curved gaming monitor: £499.99 £399 at Amazon
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There's a ton of good monitors on sale in today's Samsung sale at Amazon but we'd single out this Odyssey G5 as a particularly good buy. It's quite pricey, but this 34-inch is a good size for most desktops and you're getting a 165Hz display with 1ms response time here. The picture quality is also fantastic - we recently reviewed this one and found it outstanding.

Not what you're looking for? Here's a full list of all the items featured in today's 7-days of Samsung sale at Amazon, including their discounts.

Amazon's 7-days of Samsung sale

Looking for sales on other brands? Check out our main Amazon deals article for more cheap 4K TVs, laptops, headphones, and many more categories.

Alex Whitelock
Deals Editor

Alex is deals editor at TechRadar. With over three years of experience on-site and eight years working in e-commerce, Alex has made it his personal mission to share all his favorite tips, bargains, and deals with our readers here at TechRadar. At work, he specializes in computing, phones, and covering huge sales events like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day. Outside of work, you'll find him indulging his keen love of photography and PC gaming, or down at the local climbing gym hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities. His editorial bylines also include contributions to T3 and GamesRadar.