I was looking for a 65” QN900A Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV. In the UK, it's priced at £4999 after Black Friday discounts. In the US, it's $3300 or just less than £2500. Can someone from Samsung explain why we in the UK have to pay twice the price for the same technology?
@SmartThing: It seems as though the TV's were priced identically at £4,999.00 and $4,999.00 respectively. The folks in the US just have a staggering Black Friday deal of -$1,700.00.
I have but my point is that Samsung, the manufacturer, clearly have a pricing policy of charging UK customers more.
Hi AndrewL. Thanks for your reply. The TV's are not priced identically. There's a currency exchange rate to consider too. Using today's rate, $4999 in the US would mean to be priced identically, the UK price would be £3750. Then you could apply the Black Friday discounts. It's like saying two runners in a race had an identical opportunity because one runs 1500m and the other runs 1500 feet. They're different units of measurement. $<>£