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Samsung 65" QN95B NEO QLED 4K Smart TV $3999.00 (+$200 Gift Card) + Shipping / CC @ Harvey Norman



Samsung's most advanced 4K experience with high-class design, See how good TV can be, with QN95B Neo QLED TV.


Looks like a sale going on at HN: https://www.harveynorman.co.nz/tv-and-audio/televisions/?ite...

Might be stack-able with this gift card finance deal

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    • +2

      It depends on where you will be using the TV and if you will notice the difference.
      e.g. I have my TV in a dark corner of a dim room, so OLED is great.
      My friend has a TV in their room full North facing glass windows, so they got a really bright QLED
      Check out the reviews, peak brightness and reflection handling https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/qn95b-qled

    • +2

      It's not always what you see justifies the cost, it also matters what's inside. Cheaper brand TVs may use the same panel but not the same high quality better internal which gives you better performance like responsive UI, more processing power etc.

      As per your comments, I think you would say the same for mobiles as well. A $2000 dollar mobile does the same thing what a $200 mobile can do, so why pay premium for apple or samsung?

    • +2

      Yeah personally OLED wouldn't suit my setup, with daytime viewing and lots of windows in the lounge etc.

      Watch for the concept that "they're all the same panels" as whilst in some cases this is actually true, the electronics behind what drives the panel can be distinctly different.
      Budget sets tend to have budget controllers and if that's sending blocky images to the screen panel then it's never going to be as good as the panel potential could be.
      Likewise with junky firmware on those controllers etc and going budget is a risk.

      Over to you if it's worth the price / performance difference for you.

  • +1

    heads up if you buy it (and at least $1 more of other stuff) with gem visa finance, through them you'll be able to get another $400 gift card https://www.harveynorman.co.nz/bonus-gift-card-on-interest-f... - not tv specific

    • Yeah, so for this deal $600 in gift cards but $81 fee and pay it off in 6 months to maximize deal


      1. Normal credit and lending criteria and fees, including a Gem Visa $55 establishment fee and $52 annual fee (charged $26 half-yearly) apply. Prevailing interest rate (currently 26.99% p.a.) applies to any remaining balance on the expiry of the interest free period. Paying only the minimum monthly repayment of 3% of the outstanding monthly balance or $20 (whichever is more), will not be sufficient to repay the purchase amount(s) within the promotional period. Amount payable will be shown on your monthly statement.


      Gem Visa HN Deal:

      From 6pm 25/05/2022 to 11.59pm 28/09/2022, approved Gem Creditline and Gem Visa customers (Eligible Customers) who purchase products on Interest Free (using credit provided by Latitude Financial Services Limited) from participating Harvey Norman® New Zealand stores with a purchase of $1000 or more (Eligible Purchase) will be eligible to receive one (1) Harvey Norman® gift card (Gift Card). The applicable Gift Card value is based on the purchase price of the eligible purchase: spend $1,000 or more and receive a $100 Gift Card; spend $2,000 or more and receive a $200 Gift Card; spend $3,000 or more and receive a $300 Gift Card; spend $4,000 or more and receive a $400 Gift Card; spend $5,000 or more and receive a $500 Gift Card; spend $6,000 or more and receive a $600 Gift Card; spend $7,000 or more and receive a $700 Gift Card; spend $8,000 or more and receive a $800 Gift Card; spend $9,000 or more and receive a $900 Gift Card; spend $10,000 or more and receive a $1000 Gift Card. The Eligible Customer will receive the Gift Card when they take delivery of their purchased products. Gift card is not redeemable for cash and cannot be used in the transaction in which it is issued. If the sale is cancelled and/or refunded, Harvey Norman retains the right to recover the full gift card amount by way of deduction from the refund of purchase amount. Gift Cards are issued by Harvey Norman Stores (NZ) Pty Limited and expire 24 months from the date of issue. Gift Card terms and conditions are available in store or online at www.harveynorman.co.nz. The bonus gift card offer is not open to employees of Harvey Norman Stores (NZ) Pty Ltd or their families. Gift Card promotion excludes Miele Whiteware/Cookware, Grey Lynn Studio: Design & Cabinetry and Commercial Sales. Excludes brands and other products that are offered for sale under agency agreements with Harvey Norman New Zealand. Gem Visa and Gem CreditLine are provided by Latitude Financial Services Limited. For Latitude Financial Services Limited terms and conditions see www.gemfinance.co.nz. For full terms and conditions see store for details.

  • good tvs - we got an 8k neo qled from harvey for about 2700 and got 200 dollars in giftcards

    honestly looks better than an oled tv, oled tvs can be a bit too dark sometimes

    • +1

      Wow, what size tv was that 8K for 2700/2500? @kiwicheapies

      • Also, was it Samsung/TCL?

      • It was a 65" Samsung Neo Qled

        • Wow that is awesome!! Have you seen that sort of pricing come up recently? Was that a one off sort of deal?

          • @brownie1: It was an display model, however we did get an extra discount after some heavy negotiations

            • also with all the lockdowns auckland has had whilst the tv was on the floor we thought it was an even better deal

            noel leeming did have the lower spec on special for 3099 for boxed models but went with the model above it

            • @kiwiicheapies: Cool, thanks mate. Currently got a 65" OLED and brightness is not a problem yet, so good to keep an eye out for these. I wasn't sure if QLED will be an upgrade or side-grade but looks like some of the QLEDs have similar blacks as OLEDs which is promising.

              • @brownie1: Make sure if you're wanting similar results to an OLED you get a neo Qled 'Mini LED' as a normal QLED doesn't have the best black levels

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