Don't wait until Black Friday, this massive Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 gaming monitor is $800 off

Samsung added a new curved monitor to its lineup this summer. The Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 features a 49-inch curved display with incredible specs for gaming and creative work. For those specs, you had to pay $2,199.99 at launch. But thanks to a discount and a price decrease, you can now order a Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 for $1,339.99. That's over $800 off its launch price and $400 off what it's normally available for through Samsung.

Three retailers have discounts on the Samsung Odyssey OLED G9, but the best one is through B&H where you can get the monitor for $1,339.99. Samsung and Newegg each have the Odyssey OLED G9 for $1,399.99, which isn't quite as good, but gives more options in case you want to go with a different retailer. The current price of the Odyssey OLED G9 makes it one of the best early Black Friday deals.

Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 | $1,339.99 at B&H

Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 | $1,339.99 at B&H

The Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 monitor is now available at a massive discount. The monitor features an 1800R curve, 240Hz refresh rate with 0.03ms response time, and a 5120 x 1440 resolution with a 32:9 aspect ratio.

Price check: $1,399.99 at Newegg | $1,399.99 at Samsung

Labeling the total discount devices like this is a bit tricky. The Odyssey OLED G9 launched for $2,199.99 but Samsung now lists the retail price of the monitor as $1,799.99. So how much are you really saving? $800? $400? Regardless, it's a lot.

The Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 has an 1800R curvature, a 240Hz refresh rate, and a 0.03ms response time. Its screen has a 32:0 aspect ratio with a 5120 x 1400 resolution. It's easily one of the best gaming monitors, assuming you have enough room for it on your desk.

While you'll get the best gaming experience by playing the best PC games natively, the Odyssey OLED G9 also features Samsung Gaming Hub. That means you can stream games through Xbox Cloud GamingNVIDIA GeForce NOW, and other services without a gaming PC or console.

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