TVs, smart home monitoring kits, refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves, vacuums, digital cameras, solid-state drives, PCs, Chromebooks, monitors, printers, and various accessories. They’re all on sale from Samsung already for the holidays, some valid all the way through Christmas, others just this week or even ending tomorrow, before Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

There are of course three categories of deals we’re most interested in, and fortunately, US-based Samsung fans have plenty to choose from on the discounted smartphone, smartwatch, and tablet fronts.

Starting with Android handhelds, the world’s largest manufacturer partners with Best Buy to let you score the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, and Note 5 for no outright costs on AT&T Next, Verizon device payment or Sprint Easy Pay plans, additionally throwing in a $250 gift card as the ultimate deal sweetener.

In the market for something with extra screen real estate, not necessarily capable of making and receiving voice calls? You have until December 26 to get the Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 at $400 ($100 off list), Tab S2 8.0 at $350, down from $400, or Tab 3 Lite Kids Edition at $100 after a $50 price trim. Or you can hurry, and cough up only $280 for the Galaxy Tab A 9.7, $180 for the Tab A 8.0, and $120 for the Tab 4 7.0 through Monday, November 30.

Somewhat surprisingly, the brand new and sizzling hot Gear S2 and S2 Classic headline the Cyber Week discounted wearable pack, going for $250 and $300 respectively after $50 cuts. Last but not least, you have the aging Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit available at all-time lows of $130 and $80, down from $200 and $150 back in the day. ‘Tis the season to be jolly indeed!

Source: Samsung

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