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Argos shoppers snap up Samsung TV at 'lowest ever' price as several deals launched

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Shoppers are snapping up Samsung TVs at Argos in what the retailer claims to be its 'lowest ever' prices.If you're keen to upgrade your TV in time for the Premier League's final weekend or ahead of Euro 2024, Argos has launched a sale on TV models, with deals on Samsung and LG.

Bargain hunters can now add a 43-inch Samsung TV to their virtual cart for only £249, touting it as its 'lowest ever' price tag.

This slashed price is for the 2023 UE43CU7100KXXU 4K model, which boasts Ultra HD visuals, voice control, micro dimming technology, and seamless access to popular streaming apps like Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube.The TV also features Samsung's innovative Object Tracking Sound and Adaptive Sound technology, which directs sound from the TV's front speakers based on the action's location on the screen, reports the Mirror.The deal is a hit, with Argos's website indicating that the offer is "in demand" and "selling fast." You can buy the deal here.A hugely popular Amazon Fire tablet that shoppers say is 'perfect' for bingeing your favourite films and TV shows is now on sale with an impressive discount.Currently costing £117.99 down from £149.99, the 2023 edition of the popular tablet is said to work faster than previous models, boasts a longer battery life and even more impressive features.This tablet is perfect for streaming, reading and listening to music without interruption or buffering thanks to its processor which allows the device to work 25 percent faster than before.You can also store a great deal of podcasts, films and much more so you don't need to download them - 32GB of storage to be exact.

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