Samsung washing machine bundle: save £50–£100 when you buy two laundry appliances on John Lewis

Buy any Samsung washing machine with a Samsung tumble dryer and save at least £50 in the John Lewis laundry clearance sale

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Are you looking to upgrade your washing machine? Or perhaps you are starting the year with a kitchen extension and a swanky new utility room with space for both a washing machine and tumble dryer? Well, you are in luck. John Lewis & Partners are offering £50 to £100 off Samsung laundry appliance bundles.

For a limited time, if you buy any Samsung washing machine and tumble dryer you can get £50 off. This includes the popular Ecobubble range and the very handy Addwash range – the one you can lob dropped socks in even if the wash has already started. What's more, they are offering £100 off the Quickdrive range which features machines that can cut the length of your wash in half. They are perfect for this time of year when every wash seems muckier and everything takes longer to dry...

Washing machines start from £369 and tumble dryers from £649 – that's less than £1,000 to kit out your utility room.

Buy any Samsung washing machine and any Samsung tumble dryer and get £50–£100 off

Buy any Samsung washing machine and any Samsung tumble dryer and get £50–£100 off

Kitting out a new kitchen or just looking to upgrade your laundry appliances? The Samsung sale on John Lewis means at least £50 off when you buy a washing machine and tumble dryer as a bundle. Or, buy from the Samsung Quickdrive range and get £100 off.

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Lindsey Davis
Lindsey Davis

Lindsey is Editor in Chief for Homes Ecommerce at Future meaning she spends her waking hours helping you find the best products – everything from soft furnishings to refrigerators – for your home. She started her journalism career in children's publishing before joining the Homebuilding & Renovating team in 2013. When she isn't reviewing products for our buying guides, or searching for the best bargains, she can be found rearranging her furniture in a vain attempt to make space, or cooking something new. She aspires to build her own home, but for now is busy tackling the ever-growing list of projects in her Victorian cottage.

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