Samsung French Door Refrigerator Only $999.99 Shipped on Costco.com + Up to $700 Off More Models
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This Costco deal is knocking on your outdated fridge door!
For a limited time, Costco has discounted select Samsung Refrigerators at up to a whopping $700 off with delivery, installation and haul-away included in most areas! Note that select models are only available to Costco Members.
We spotted awesome deals on four modern style models, made of fingerprint-resistant stainless steel, that would look great in your home. Plus, they include helpful features like humidity-controlled crisper drawers, an innovative drawer to chill or defrost to your desired temperature, autofill water pitcher, and a food showcase door!
Best of all, you can buy with confidence since these Samsung French Door Refrigerators are backed with a 2-year warranty and come with free technical support. Deals like these are rare, so now’s the time to save on a big-ticket purchase!
Not a member? Consider snagging this Costco membership deal to earn up to a $20 Costco Shop Card & more perks! Otherwise, you’ll be charged a 5% non-member fee.
Pick your model…
Samsung 21.8 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator – sale ends 3/2
Only $999.99 shipped (regularly $1,770) – limit of 5
Samsung 28 cu. ft. Large Capacity 3-Door French Door Refrigerator – sale ends 2/13
Only $1,399.99 shipped for Costco Members (regularly $1,749.99)
Samsung 22.6 cu. ft. Counter-Depth French Door Refrigerator w/ Twin Cooling Plus – sale ends 2/9
Only $1,899.99 shipped for Costco Members (regularly $2,599.99)
Samsung 28 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator w/ Food Showcase, Water & Ice Dispenser in Black – sale ends 2/9
Only $2,549.99 shipped for Costco Members (regularly $3,199.99)
I have a Samsung and I would never consider another one.
I’ve also heard that about Samsung fridges.
Samsung ruined my and many others flooring due to the fridge leaking. A whole Facebook group is devoted to Samsung problems.
Sorry to hear that, Nancy. The same thing happened to me quite a few years ago, only with a Maytag fridge. I had remodeled my entire kitchen, but thanks to the Maytag fridge, I had to turn around and replace the flooring yet again as it was constantly leaking One night, it even started SPRAYING water in the freezer section, which of course leaked out through the door. I called Sears since our extended warranty was through them and they told me to turn off the water to the house at the main, meaning we had to go outside at 3:00 AM, turn off the all the water to the house, and live without water until we could get a repairman out there. We had also purchased a Maytag washer and dryer and neither lasted very long. I wouldn’t wish their crap on anyone. I have a reconditioned (used) GE from a scratch and dent store and it seems to be working fine. I didn’t pay a lot for it, so I can always replace it if need be. I paid well over a $1,000.00 (plus extended warranty) for the Maytag quite a few years ago. Suffice to say, I did NOT get my money’s worth and I would never, ever buy anything from Maytag again.
A little off topic, is anyone else part of the lg refrigerator class action suit? I got a check for $48.10 and my fridge is still a piece of junk. It freezes up every few weeks. I will NEVER buy another lg appliance. Just wondering if anyone else got a settlement check.
No to Samsung and no to LG. Had both types and had to replace them within 5 years
I have a Whirlpool and it ruined by floors and leaks through the bottom. There’s a whole reddit devoted to Whirlpool problems. Guess we should just buy fresh food everyday and ditch or fridges, all the brands have problems.
Oh no! Now I have no idea what fridge to get after seeing all these comments lol. Need an upgrade from our 10 year old Sears Whirlpool, which did fine. Just the ice maker stopped working. Which brand does anyone recommend??
I’ve heard from a reputable local company that fridges that have panels ( ice maker /water dispensers) on the front and are considered smart fridges don’t last longer than 5 years. I just bought a brand new French door fridge , current model for $1100 (reg 1900) from an appliance outlet. It had a dent in one of the back corners, but it’s hidden where we put it and there was no internal damage. SOLD!!!
Is the ice maker something you can replace? We have a whirlpool and the ice maker stopped and we easily replaced it.
Can I ask what you paid to replace it? My hubby has replaced a part a couple years ago, and it just died completely recently. We had a repair person come to give us an estimate and they said it would cost $300-500. At that point, we’re like, we might as well get a new fridge!
It was a few years ago so I don’t remember exactly but I think it was under $200, maybe even under $100. It was easy to install. I don’t know the age of the fridge since it was in our house when we bought it in 2016 and the house was built in 2003. Like someone else said, I would hold onto the fridge. Seems the older ones last much longer than newer. Maybe try an external ice maker.
Hold onto this fridge! All my different family members have had to replace fridges frequently. My sister is onto number 3 in 10 years. She’s ready to go find an older model because she is sick of constant repairs. She’s lost food TWICE to it breaking while they were out of town. Replace the ice maker or get an external one. All the new ones are crap and stupid expensive!
My Samsung refrigerator ice maker never worked properly and currently does not work at all. Please visit the Facebook Samsung Refrigerator Recall, USA page before making any Samsung purchase. They have over 95K unhappy frig owners. Some are getting full refunds, some partial and me —nothing . My Samsung robot vacuum also quit during the warranty. I sent it in for repair and it came back worse.
We have a Whirlpool fridge that is 26 years old….original to the house being built. Doesn’t match our appliances in the kitchen but we don’t care because we don’t look forward to this that I’m reading above. We also have the washer and dryer that came with the house..(not original to when they built the house) both of those are Whirlpool front loaders and they are upwards of 10 yrs old but got a bunch of new important parts replaced with our home warranty a few years ago. They sure don’t make appliances like they used to.