The most expensive handset in the current lineup, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, Samsung’s newest foldable smartphone at $1,999.99.
You can get a $79.99 cover for luxurious, brown leather. And a compact $59.99 wireless charger battery pack guarantees that your computer won’t die when you’re on the go. Samsung Care+ pays $11.99 a month for a telephone.
Samsung’s highest-end, over-the-ear headphones are the AKG N700NC M2 Wireless Headphones, which sell for $299.99. These foldable headphones have up to 23 hours of battery.
For on-the-go, Samsung offers the Galaxy Buds Live for $129.99
Samsung’s “most advanced” smartwatch is called Galaxy Watch3 Titanium.
Currently, the price is $499.99 rather than $599.99.
You’ll have $79.99 for a leather watch band.
Users will also get a UV sanitiser that is duplicated as a wireless charger at $39.99 for their watching, telephone and ear buds.
The Galaxy Book Flex QLED is Samsung’s priciest personal computer. It comes in two screen sizes — 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch -— the latter of which totals $1,399.99 without a trade-in.
You can get a 3-year SamsungCare+ protection and support package for $349.99 and a Galaxy Book S pouch for $79.99 to protect your device. For extra storage, you can get a 2 TB portable storage drive for $229.99.
And for your home office set-up, you can also get a Samsung 32-inch Smart Monitor with auto-installed Microsoft 365 and a suite of entertainment apps for $369.99.
Samsung’s Tab S7+ offers a 12.4-inch screen with an edge-to-edge display and a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as 512 GB of memory.
The wifi-connected version currently goes for $899.99, and the cell network-connected version costs $1,049.99
Three years of Samsung Care+ for the device rings in at $159.99.
Total: $1,209.98, for the cell network-connected version
Samsung is running a promotion on its $99,999.99 98-inch, 8K smart TV, so it’s currently only $59,999.99. It uses AI to scale graphics up to 8K resolution — 16 times the resolution of full HD.
Add four years extended warranty and wall mount service, for a total of $62,669.98.
Family Hub Refrigerator
This 22-cubic-foot smart fridge retails for $4,799, but is on sale for $4,099. It costs an extra $129.99 to extend the warranty by three years.
The fridge works with a water filter that’s compatible only with Samsung’s, and a three pack will set you back $129.99.
Samsung’s matching stainless steel dishwasher retails for $1,049 and is on sale for $749.
Excluding Samsung’s bundle deals for an oven and a microwave, the most expensive oven on Samsung’s website goes for $4,199, but it’s on sale for $3,779.
Samsung sells a matching smart microwave for $499.
The 36-inch induction cooktop costs $2,499,and itisalso Bluetooth-enabled with digital controls.
Say you also want a classic gas range and not just the induction cooktop. Samsung sells a $3,339 gas range that comes with air fry capabilities.
Total for Kitchen: $15,223.98
Samsung’s Smart Flex washer and dyer set in black stainless steel typically retails for $3,998 but is currently on sale for $3,597.98.
This dresser steams and refreshes your clothes, for a price tag of $1,149.
The priciest set costs $748 and includes a stick vacuum with an accessory that automatically empties the dustbin.
A voice enabled and Wi-Fi connected air purifier goes for $549.
SmartThings Wi-Fi Pack
To help connect all those devices, Samsung charges $279.99 for three devices that offer mesh Wi-Fi throughout a large home. This router can be the connective hub for all of your smart gadgets and appliances.
Total for Laundry (and miscellaneous): $6,323.97
What are my expenses?
After adding up the costs of all the home appliances and various Samsung tech gadgets, the shopping list comes to a grand total of $90,879.77.
Grand total: $90,879.77