Samsung Washer & Dryer Black Friday 2019 Sale & Deals


We still have a ways to go until we start seeing some of the first Black Friday deals appear on Samsung washers and dryers. But you can scroll down the page to check out the details from last year’s sales to get an idea of what’s likely to come. Check back soon for the latest updates or join our newsletter and we’ll keep you informed.

What’s your favorite Samsung washer or dryer model? Have you seen some deals not posted here that are worth sharing? Let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the page.


Updated on Wednesday November 14, 2018: In our humble option, there’s no better time to pick up a new large appliance than at one of the many sales going on this Thanksgiving weekend — And if a new Samsung washer/dryer is on your wish list then you’re in luck! That’s because we’re tracking all of the top Black Friday deals this year on Samsung machines. Here’s a look at what our team was able to verify.

The confirmed Samsung washer & dryer Black Friday deals for 2018:

The Home Depot:

As one of the top Samsung resellers, this year The Home Depot is back their famous up to 40% off appliance sale. What’s even better is that you don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving weekend because the sale is now live and will run through November 29, 2018. Shop in-store or online at (most machines include free home delivery).

On top of the 40% off they are giving you a chance to get an additional $60 to $500 off on top of that if you buy two or more qualifying appliances in the same purchase. That means you might want to consider getting a new microwave or fridge as well — or possibly — you can shop with a friend or family member and checkout together to pocket the extra bundle discount.

We’ve posted a copy of Home Depot’s featured Samsung washer and dryer deals below. You can take a look at the rest of the offers on their site.


Similar to Home Depot, Lowe’s is also running up to 40% off select appliances both in-stores and at You’ll also get up to $50 to $600 in savings on top of the sale price if you buy 2 to 6 qualifying major appliances priced at $396 or more. But unlike Home Depot which is offering an instant cash back savings with the multi-purchase offer, Lowe’s requires you to send in a rebate form and sends the savings in the form of a store gift card (not cash back).

In addition, you can get an extra 5% off if you pay with your Lowe’s store credit card. Lowe’s will also deliver your appliance to your home free of charge regardless if you bought it at your local store or online. It’ll just have to be priced at $396 or more in order to qualify (most U.S. addresses, some exclusions might apply though).

We’ve posted their ad below that includes the highlights and official terms and conditions so be sure to check it out. Sale ends on November 29, 2018 or while supplies last, whichever comes first.


JCPenney has five different Samsung washers and dryers featured on page 18 of their Black Friday ad this year. The highlights of what’s available is in the ad below.

All major appliances purchased at JCPenney include free delivery and basic installation. They also have a price match guarantee and 36-month financing for those who qualify.

You’ll be able to shop the offer all day on Thursday, Thanksgiving day at (while supplies last). In stores the sale begins when doors open at 2:00PM Thursday and ends at store closing time on Black Friday, November 23, 2018.

Best Buy:

There are a few Samsung washer and dyer specials featured in Best Buy’s Black Friday ad this year. We’ve pulled them out and posted them together in the ad below. Just one thing worth mentioning is that all purchases of two or more Samsung major appliances at Best Buy’s Black Friday sale this year, those totaling $2999 or more, will qualify you to receive a free Samsung POWERbot vacuum (a $499.99 value!).

Shop the deals at all day on Thursday, Thanksgiving day, or in stores later that afternoon when doors open at 5:00PM. Prices are only valid on November 22-24, 2018 or while supplies last, whichever comes first.

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