Samsung Perks Glitch - did anyone order?

LazyDonkey

Active Member
There was a glitch up on Samsung Perks (EPP / Student) site for about an hour earlier, where loads of the 2021 models were priced at £332.10 and the 2022 models only £476.10:-

1 x 65" QN95B Neo QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2022)QE65QN95BATXXU
Save -£3,022.90 (Was £3,499.00) now £476.10

85" QN95B Neo QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2022)
Save £5,922.90 (Was £6,399.00) Now £476.10

85” QN900A Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV (2021)
Save £7,522.90 (Was £7,999.00) Now £476.10

Anyone get an order in?
 

IronSoldier

Well-known Member
There was a glitch up on Samsung Perks (EPP / Student) site for about an hour earlier, where loads of the 2021 models were priced at £332.10 and the 2022 models only £476.10:-

1 x 65" QN95B Neo QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2022)QE65QN95BATXXU
Save -£3,022.90 (Was £3,499.00) now £476.10

85" QN95B Neo QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2022)
Save £5,922.90 (Was £6,399.00) Now £476.10

85” QN900A Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV (2021)
Save £7,522.90 (Was £7,999.00) Now £476.10

Anyone get an order in?
Probably get cancelled but have to be in it to win it right?

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AVRAG

Active Member
I’m gutted. I also saw this but any 8ks and anything bigger than 65 wouldn’t allow me to bag. So I got 65qn9a and father in law got 55qn95b
 

LazyDonkey

Active Member
I’m gutted. I also saw this but any 8ks and anything bigger than 65 wouldn’t allow me to bag. So I got 65qn9a and father in law got 55qn95b
I tried to be clever and ordered the QN95A for £347.09 - paid for delivery before 10am tomorrow, thinking that Samsung would be too busy cancelling the 2022 TV orders. Gutted as I should have gone for the QN95B for the same price - oh well :suicide:
 
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AVRAG

Active Member
I know I know. Spent too long thinking this can’t be right this can’t be right, and didn’t act quick enough. Bitter sweet. Hey. I won’t start telling my mates until it arrives lol
 

LazyDonkey

Active Member
Just got Panther tracking for delivery on Saturday - will it be cancelled still I wonder.
Hey Samsung, I paid for premium delivery by 10am tomorrow. Just not on ;)
 

peppadapig69

Active Member
Certain orders, like large TV's, are automated, where the Panther tracking emails and texts went are via this automation. Panther still then has to wait for the stock from Samsung, which they can cancel at anytime in this process.
 
Certain orders, like large TV's, are automated, where the Panther tracking emails and texts went are via this automation. Panther still then has to wait for the stock from Samsung, which they can cancel at anytime in this process.
Don’t worry I haven’t took my tv of the wall yet but I can’t help reading reviews lol
 

IronSoldier

Well-known Member
It's a shame they didn't wait to glitch the store until after they put their QD-OLED for sale.. Now that would have had me sweating all day waiting to see if they cancelled :laugh:
 

IronSoldier

Well-known Member
We are writing to confirm that unfortunately we are about to cancel your order placed on Samsung.com on the 14 April 2022.

Due to a technical error, some products on Samsung.com featured incorrect pricing this morning. As soon as we became aware, this was immediately amended. Your order unfortunately contained a product that was incorrectly priced.

You will shortly receive an email confirming your cancellation. You will receive a full refund for the value of your order in between three to five working days.

Please be assured that this issue has now been resolved, and you can replace your order.

We are really sorry for any inconvenience caused.
 

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