Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Samsung Appliances from Best Buy #HeresToHome

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.

Shopping for new appliances can get confusing, frustrating and sometimes very expensive. It’s hard knowing if you are really getting a deal or not. One reason I like about best buy is that not only can I buy everything I need in the same area, but I know they take pride in the products they sell.  If you are looking to buy new kitchen appliances. Go to Best Buy and look at all the Samsung great new options that you will just have to check out!

Refrigerators are hard to shop for. I know this, as I just was shopping for a new one a few months ago. It was a sad day when my old one broke, but such a fun day when the new one came. I wish my old one would have waited a little bit longer so I could have gotten this model from Samsung.
The Samsung Black Stainless 4-Door Flex™ packs a punch. This is the fridge that is for the person that needs room and tons of options. Seriously, check out all these options?!?



  • Versatile, Bottom-Right Door converts from Fridge to Freezer in a touch of a button between fresh and frozen as needed to expand/contract based on your cooling needs.
  • This spacious refrigerator keeps your groceries organized with crisper drawers and an adjustable shelf.
  • Chill your favorite drinks or firm up ice cream in minutes. Power Cool and Power Freeze options can lower the temperature of either compartment in minutes.
  • The bottom-right compartment can be used as a fridge or freezer with 4 different temperatures to choose from, maximizing fresh food storage space.
I don’t think it’s missing anything. I think you should really go and check it out today!
While you are at Best Buy you have to look at the Samsung Flex Duo® Range. My mom mentioned to me that she needed a new one for her house, and I sent her to look at them and she fell in love with this one (i’m on the good list again lol).


  • The Samsung Flex Duo Range splits into two ovens so you can cook two dishes simultaneously at two different temperatures or have one single oven to be able to cook that large turkey.
  • Cook for large gatherings with this Samsung electric range, which features 5 cooktop elements and a warming drawer. FlexDuo technology and Dual Door technology let you program separate compartments with 2 different temperatures for versatile cooking.
  • Dual Door with Smart Divider opens either separately or as one door for versatile cooking options.
  • FlexDuo technology enables you to cook at 2 different temperatures at once.
  • Warming center burner keeps sauces and side dishes hot until they're ready to be served.
  • Warming drawer offers 3 settings to accommodate different dishes.



Now that I have everyone’s attention on how awesome these two appliances are I can share with you the even better part. Best Buy is offering these savings to buyers at their Open House:

  •     Save an additional 10% off 4+ Samsung Major Kitchen Appliances (Runs through 11/3)
  •     Save an additional 10% with the purchase of 3 or more Samsung Chef Collection appliances. (Runs through 12/31)
   Buy $3000 in Samsung Kitchen Appliances and receive a $300 prepaid card (Runs through 10/31)

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