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Samsung’s 49-inch, 240 Hz Monitor Now $899 in Cyber Monday Deal

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Cyber Monday is here, and the tech deals continue to roll in at a furious pace. Last week, Samsung's gorgeous Odyssey G9 49-inch ultrawide gaming monitor was discounted to $999 for Black Friday, representing a $400 discount off its usual price. Today, however, that same monitor is available for just $899 direct from Samsung, an all-time low price.

To obtain the $899 price, you'll need to jump over just one small hurdle. Before adding the Odyssey G9 to your cart, you must enable the Samsung Discount Program, which is really just a box for you to click. You don't need to sign up for anything.

You can enable the Samsung Discount Program one of two ways. First, if you say a dropdown that says "Save up to an extra $100 with Samsung Discount Program," you can click it and select Education Discounts. Samsung will not ask you to verify that you are a student or teacher and will just take $100 off. 

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If you don't have that dropdown menu, scroll down to the bottom of the product page to the column titled Offers. Next, click on Student & Educator Discounts. Finally, go back to the Odyssey G9 product page, add it to your cart and you should now see the $899 price. 

Samsung 49-inch Odyssey G9: was $1,599, now $899 at Samsung

Samsung 49-inch Odyssey G9: was $1,599, now $899 at Samsung
Get $400 off this beasty 49-inch QLED gaming monitor, which sports a 5120 x 1440-pixel resolution, HDR with a 1,000-nit brightness, a buttery smooth 240Hz refresh rate and adaptive sync support. Use the Samsung Discount Program menu option to get it at this price.

The Odyssey G9's 49-inch ultrawide panel has a resolution of 5120x1440 (32:9 aspect ratio) and reaches a maximum refresh rate of 240 Hz. The monitor is also compatible with AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync adaptive sync technologies. It features a 1000R curve, 1,000 nits maximum brightness (HDR content), 2,500:1 contrast ratio and a 1ms response time.

We reviewed the 49-inch Odyssey G9 back in June and came away very impressed with its picture quality and color accuracy. Our Christian Eberle was so impressed that it received a 4.5 out of 5 stars rating and an Editor's Choice award. "The Odyssey G9 is the fastest and most responsive large monitor we've seen yet," wrote Eberle. "The 49-Inch Odyssey G9 delivers a premium gaming experience that can't be found elsewhere. It's expensive, but it's unique. For players with high-end systems, it's a great choice."

If you're a gamer looking for a fast and colorful display that is packed with ports and can perform double duty for your productivity needs, the 49-inch Samsung Odyssey G9 is a rock-solid choice.

You can find even more savings at our best Cyber Monday PC gaming deals page. We're also tracking the best Cyber Monday monitor dealsbest Cyber Monday CPU dealsbest Cyber Monday SSD dealsbest Cyber Monday gaming laptop dealsbest Cyber Monday keyboard dealsbest Cyber Monday gaming mouse deals and the best Cyber Monday PC hardware deals overall.

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Brandon Hill

Brandon Hill is a senior editor at Tom's Hardware. He has written about PC and Mac tech since the late 1990s with bylines at AnandTech, DailyTech, and Hot Hardware. When he is not consuming copious amounts of tech news, he can be found enjoying the NC mountains or the beach with his wife and two sons.

  • AtrociKitty
    select Education Discounts. Samsung will not ask you to verify that you are a student or teacher and will just take $100 off.
    Have a little class, is this really what qualifies as an article here now?
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    AtrociKitty said:
    Have a little class, is this really what qualifies as an article here now?

    EVERY year people post big sales. I got one actually. I had ordered one from amazon that was delayed 2 days. So i canceled and gott his. I have a legit .edu though, but its common to post these.
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  • AtrociKitty
    HideOut said:
    EVERY year people post big sales
    The issue isn't posting a sale, it's telling people to claim a discount they're not qualified for. It's one thing for someone to share it on the forum, and entirely another for tom's to make that advice a featured article.
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