Woot!’s Samsung monitor sale has you saving big on ultra wide monitors, today only

Woot!’s Samsung monitor sale has you saving big on ultra wide monitors, today only

Looking for a new monitor? Don’t wait until Black Friday, as this normal Friday, you can head over to Woot! for their Samsung monitor sale. Going on until the end of the day, you can choose from a variety of refurbished monitors to deck out your PC set up with.

You may balk at the idea of refurbished monitors, but don’t! These monitors are guaranteed to work perfectly and are practically like new. They are also backed by either Woot!’s 90-day warranty or the manufacturer warranty, so if you happen to get a monitor that gives out after a couple of weeks, you can exchange it or get a refund, pain-free.


The real standout of the sale is the 49-inch CRG9 Ultra Wide Curved Monitor, going for $900. This monitor runs off AMD’s Radeon Free-Sync technology and has the necessary 120Hz refresh rate for a smooth gaming experience. It’s not a 4K monitor, but with Samsung’s QHD display, you won’t mind.

There are cheaper options available, too. Samsung’s 24-inch Curved LED Gaming Monitor is just $100, and offers a more standard experience while still having the curve and good specs. It really depends on what you’re looking for, so be sure to check out all of the products on sale!

As always, if you’re an Amazon Prime customer, you’ll get free shipping with Woot!

    Today, Woot! is having a big sale on refurbished Samsung monitors. From simple monitors like the Odyssey G7 to the 49-inch CRG9 ultrawide curved monitor, there is something here for everyone.

This sale only lasts until the end of the day, or until the monitors sell out. If you see something you like, make sure to buy it before it’s too late!

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