Samsung’s Frame TV Memorial Day Sale Is Already Here—Snap One Up for Under $900

Around Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you'll hear rumblings that there are better times to take advantage of the massive markdowns.

Well, consider this one of those times. Samsung's Frame TV was under $1,000 — a sweet deal, but the juggernaut brand has outdone itself in advance of Memorial Day Weekend.

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The 43-inch Samsung Frame is usually $999.99. But you can currently buy it for $899.99 — an epic deal, and it's not even Memorial Day yet. You can also snag it in larger sizes. The 50-inch Samsung Frame is down $200 from $1,299.99 to $1,099.99. Snag a 55-inch Samsung Frame for $1,399.99, down from its usual price of $1,499.99.

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The Frame has a cult-like following for its gorgeous-as-art, slim-fitting silhouette that doesn't overwhelm a room. But it still serves as a centerpiece. The QLED 4K TV has picture-perfect color volume. But what separates The Frame from other TVs is "Art Mode." Take a walk down memory lane by putting on a slideshow. Or showcase a variety of beautiful artworks. The Art Mode turns the TV into an art exhibit, and the anti-reflection matte display nixes distractions and allows people to take in whatever you're showing off. The clarity is simply top-notch.

It comes with a wall mount for fuss-free installation.

"The TV that doesn't look like a TV. We live in a historical home — to be more specific, a home built to look like a 1690s colonial. We needed a TV that didn't look like a TV. We opted for The Frame and installed [it] over one of the fireplaces and added a traditional gilt frame from an aftermarket company. I keep seasonal period paintings rotating when the TV is not in use, and to the casual visitor, it just looks like nicely framed artwork," said one fan.

"[A] game-changer for our space. [I] added this TV to a Great Room, where we used to have art above the fireplace. It looks great and allows us to have TV when we want it and art the rest of the time. [I've had] no issues with the light/motion detector, as others have complained about. It turns off at night and back on in the morning when I turn the lights on, or the sun comes up," wrote another.

"The most amazing concept. I love how my TV is now a focal point to our photo wall," said someone else.

Samsung 43-inch Frame, 899.99 at Samsung