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These are the best cheap 4K TV deals for September 2020

There’s never been a better time to upgrade to a 4K TV. Why? Because there’s a never-ending selection of 4K Ultra HD content at your fingertips and a mound of fantastic 4K TV deals to choose from — ranging from run-of-the-mill LED TVs to souped-up OLED TVs and QLED TVs. You don’t have to search far and wide to track them down, either: We’ve done the hard work for you, cataloging all of the best 4K TV deals right here.

Although, we should add that since there is limited stock available for all these offers, you’re going to need to act fast to snap up a bargain before Amazon’s Prime Day deals arrive. This means time can’t be wasted scrolling through hundreds of reviews to make sure they’re worthy of your hard-earned cash. Fortunately, we’re here to help. We’ve called upon our expert team of in-house reviewers to separate the wheat from the chaff — if you find a 4K TV listed here, you can rest assured it’s deserving of a place at the center of your entertainment setup.

Today’s best 4K TV deals

  • 43-inch Samsung 7 Series 4K TV$280, was $300
  • 65-inch Samsung 7 Series 4K TV$500, was $550
  • 70-inch LG UN7070 4K TV$580, was $650
  • 75-inch Samsung 7 Series 4K TV$850, was $1000
  • 65-inch Samsung Q60R QLED 4K TV — $950, was $1000
  • 55-inch LG BX OLED 4K TV — $1400, was $1600
UNBEATABLE VALUE

65-inch Samsung NU6900 4K TV

$500 $550
Expires soon
Want to take your home viewing to the next level? This Samsung NU6900 delivers eye-popping color, exceptional detail, and with Tizen OS on board, you'll never be short of 4K Ultra HD content to watch.
UNBEATABLE VALUE

50-inch Samsung NU6900 4K TV

$328 $430
Expires soon
It doesn't get better than this, folks: A 50-inch Samsung 4K TV for just $280. It's not short of features, either. Smart software for one-click streaming? It's got it. HDR10+? You betcha. Killer.
ANDROID TV

65-inch Sony Bravia X900F 4K TV

$1,098 $1,500
Expires soon
Looking to take your entertainment setup to the next level? This Sony Bravia delivers eye-popping color, exceptional detail, and with Android TV on board, you'll never be short of 4K content to watch.
BEST TV

65-inch Sony Master Series A9G OLED 4K TV

$3,298 $3,500
Expires soon
The Sony Master Series A9G is a no-brainer for anyone who can afford it, so much so we named it the best television on the market. Period. Android TV? Check. 4K HDR? Check. Google Assistant? Check.
QLED TV

75-inch Samsung Q900 QLED 8K TV

$2,979 $7,000
Expires soon
8K TVs are far from the norm, but if you're itching to see what the next-generation of high-resolution programming is going to look like, now's your chance. Be warned, though: 8K content is sparse.
QLED TV

55-inch Samsung Frame QLED 4K TV

$1,100 $2,000
Expires soon
Built with minimalism in mind, Samsung's Frame TV can be configured to showcase artwork when it's not in use. Watching something on Netflix? The QLED screen is a work of art in its own right.

65-inch Sony X750H 4K TV

$700 $1,000
Expires soon
This 65-inch Sony X750H 4K TV is a reliable way to spend movie nights, featuring their X1 processor and X-Reality PRO engine for enchanting visuals no matter the content.
QLED TV

55-inch Samsung Q60R QLED 4K TV

$949 $1,200
Expires soon
Looking for an affordable Samsung QLED 4K TV? Meet the Samsung Q60R. 4K Ultra HD? HDR10? Smarts? This television has it all, making it the best stepping stone to the wonderful world of QLED.

49-inch LG NanoCell 85 4K TV

$600 $650
Expires soon
The LG NanoCell 85 4K TV is an excellent wallet-saver. While it's small, sizing up at only 49 inches, it has multiple visually enhancing features for a viewing experience worth a thousand bucks.

43-inch Samsung The Sero 4K TV

$1,700 $2,000
Expires soon
There's almost no 4K TV as flexible or as versatile as Samsung's 43-inch The Sero 4K QLED TV, capable of rotating to accommodate for landscape and portrait views, making it great for mobile devices.

65-inch Sony A8H 4K TV

$2,500 $3,100
Expires soon
For a state-of-the-art visual experience, the Sony A8H 4K TV is a world-class machine with OLED technology and Sony's proprietary X1 processor for a fully immersive and vivid viewing.

70-inch Hisense H65 4K TV

$530 $650
Expires soon
If size is the priority, this 70-inch Hisense H65 4K TV is one of the biggest and cheapest options around, packed with high-end features like voice automation to make your life easier.

55-inch Samsung Q90T 4K TV

$1,500 $1,800
Expires soon
When it comes to home entertainment, Samsung is only one step behind Sony, and their 55-inch Samsung Q90T is a testament to that, arguably being one of their best 4K TVs to release.

43-inch LG UN7000 4K TV

$250 $270
Expires soon
While it isn't as cheap as its other 43-inch options, the LG UN7000 4K TV more than makes up for it with its powerful quad-core processor and IPS display. You can't afford to miss LG's Active HDR.

32-inch Samsung Q50 4K TV

$450 $500
Expires soon
Released in 2019, this 32-inch Samsung Q50 is one of — if not the — smallest 4K TV options on the market, packed with QLED technology for a splendid visual experience.

77-inch Sony A9G 4K TV

$4,000 $5,000
Expires soon
If you've ever wanted a 4K TV fit for a director, this 77-inch Sony A9G 4K TV is arguably one of the most powerful options on the market, packed with OLED technology and a slew of other features.
CURVED SCREEN

65-inch Samsung Curved RU7300 4K TV

$700 $750
Expires soon
Curved 4K TVs are an acquired taste, delivering an unrivaled viewing angle that ensures everyone in the room is immersed in the action — and now’s your chance to own one of the best, on the cheap.
Cheapest 4K Roku TV

43-inch TCL 4-Series 4K Roku TV

$229 $280
Expires soon
Prefer to have your Roku built in to your TV instead? Snag this great deal on a TCL 4K TV.

55-inch Samsung Q70T 4K TV

$900 $1,000
Expires soon
Packed with world-class HDR and QLED technology, this 55-inch Samsung Q70T 4K TV is a visually impactful option for enjoying any and all multimedia in stunning detail and vivid colors.

55-inch LG CX 4K TV

$1,600 $1,800
Expires soon
When it comes to movie nights, you can't go wrong with OLED technology, and, combined with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR, this 55-inch LG CX 4K TV is a superb private cinema.

55-inch Hisense H8G 4K TV

$500 $600
Expires soon
If you want QLED technology at a relatively affordable price, this 55-inch Hisense H8G 4K TV is an excellent way to entertain yourself and keep your finances in the green.

86-inch LG UN8500 4K TV

$1,900 $2,300
Expires soon
Being one of the biggest 4K TVs commercially available at an affordable price for what it's worth, this 86-inch LG UN8500 4K TV has Dolby Vision features for masterful audio-visuals.

50-inch TCL 4-Series 4K Roku TV

$280 $350
Expires soon
Roku never fails when it comes to smart entertainment, and the 50-inch TCL 4-Series TV is proof of that. With a built-in Roku platform, movie nights will never be the same again.

43-inch Samsung TU7000 4K TV

$280 $300
Expires soon
The Samsung TU7000 is a great budget option that manages to keep up in picture quality and setup as the big boys in the market, making it a small yet powerful entertainment hub for movies and gaming.
QLED TV

49-inch Samsung Q60R QLED 4K TV

$600 $700
Expires soon
Looking for an affordable Samsung QLED 4K TV? Meet the Samsung Q60R. 4K Ultra HD? HDR10? Smarts? This television has it all, making it the best stepping stone to the wonderful world of QLED.

65-inch Philips PFL4 4K Roku TV

$449 $550
Expires soon
One of the cheapest 65-inch 4K TVs around, this Philips PFL4 also comes packed with the ever-popular Roku smart TV platform, providing you with endless hours of content in stunning HDR.

75-inch TCL 8-Series 4K QLED Roku TV

$1,800 $3,000
Expires soon
The 75-inch variant of TCL's 8 Series 4K Roku TV is the biggest and visually best option they've got in their catalog, packed with advanced HDR, surround sound, and world-class QLED technology.

65-inch TCL 4-Series 4K Roku TV

$719 $1,000
Expires soon
For one of the most cinematic movie nights you'll ever have, the 65-inch TCL 4-Series TV comes jam-packed with everything that Roku has to offer, providing you with endless hours of entertainment.

65-inch Hisense R8 4K Roku TV

$650 $700
Expires soon
The Hisense R8 Series 4K TV comes with Roku's signature smart platform, making it an incredibly budget-friendly option for large TVs that combine style and functionality.

65-inch TCL 8-Series 4K QLED Roku TV

$1,300 $2,000
Expires soon
TCL's 8 Series 4K Roku TV is one of the best Roku TVs around, packed with QLED technology, Dolby Vision HDR, and other features to ensure you always get the most out of your content.

50-inch Toshiba LF621 4K TV

$350 $380
Expires soon
Don't let its affordable price deceive you because this puppy is anything but cheap. Featuring a VA display and HDR, this 50-inch 2020 Toshiba 4K Fire TV is a great way to enjoy movie nights.

How to choose a 4K TV

The most important thing to consider when shopping for a 4K TV is the size of the television, frame included. You need to know your limit (and stick to it). After all, the last thing you want to do is shell out for new 4K TV only to find it won’t fit through the door, let alone on the wall. Having 60 inches to spare doesn’t mean you can steam in with a 60-inch 4K TV. This measurement is just the size of the screen, which is often enclosed in a frame that adds an extra inch or two to each side. So consult the dimensions.

Once you’ve set a realistic limit, it’s time to start considering the features you need. There’s a lot to choose from, ranging from Roku’s beloved Roku OS smart software on TCL’s 4K TVs to Google Assistant on most Sony and Vizio models. We suggest taking a long think about the tools that will make your life easier. If you hate scrolling and would rather have the option to tell your television what to do, opt for a Sony or Vizio. However, if you’re after the largest selection of streaming services in town, it’s best to go with a TCL — especially if you’re waiting for a Prime Day TV deal.

What size TV do I need?

Don’t fall into the trap of rushing into a deal on a television that’s far too large to fit into the space you have available. Instead, take a second before you start your search to measure the height, width, and depth of your desired location. Make a note of everything, too, as you’re going to compare them to the dimensions of the television itself — as well as the width of the stand if you’re planning on placing it on a console table — to make sure it will fit.

Done? Now use a viewing distance calculator to work out the ideal screen size for how far away you’re going to be sitting. As soon as you have this measurement, compare it to the space available, and decide on a suitable size. For instance, if the calculator recommends an 80-inch display and you only have enough space for a 55-inch, stop there. But if you were eyeing a 50-inch and the calculator suggests a 65-inch, it’s probably best to upsize.

While uncommon, some TVs have speakers either side that require extra space.

Remember what we said earlier, though — it isn’t all about screen size. You need to consider the entire footprint of the television to determine whether it will fit into the place you have in mind. It’s not uncommon to find a TV that measures in at 65 inches but has a 60-inch screen at the center. It all depends on how wide the bezel surrounding the display is and whether there are any design features that take up additional living room real estate.

Do I need an OLED TV or a QLED TV?

QLED and OLED are two terms thrown around a lot, but what do they mean? Put simply, they’re the name of two different screen technologies that are a step up from the LED display on your current HDTV or 4K TV. Both deliver superior brightness, more accurate color reproduction, and deeper black levels (thus greater detail), but which do you need if a regular LED 4K TV — which will go down a treat for most of us — just won’t cut it for you?

In a nutshell, QLED is the better all-rounder excelling in natural light — so if you’re looking for something to watch a movie, a show, or even play a game in broad daylight with the drapes open, opt for one of Samsung’s QLEDs. For everyone else, we’d suggest an LG or Sony OLED (although, it’s the latter that delivers the best home viewing experience). They have a better viewing angle, can reach a more obsidian-like black level, and consume less power.

What is HDR, and do I need it?

Short for High-Dynamic Range, HDR delivers a higher level of contrast between light and dark, while utilizing a wider selection of colors, to create a much more realistic image. This may not sound like the be all and end all, but it is — representing a significant step up from standard 4K Ultra HD. So if you’re buying a new television in 2020, you’re going to definitely want to make sure it has HDR on board in the form of Dolby Vision, HLG or HDR10.

Do I need a 4K TV or an 8K TV?

For those looking to take their home entertainment setup to the next level, Samsung’s 8K TVs are an attractive proposition. Keep in mind, though, that 8K Ultra HD content is few and far between, so you’ll be betting on networks adopting the standard in the future — and with 4K Ultra HD having only just ventured into the mainstream, there is a lot of work to be done before 8K Ultra HD replaces it, so purchasing an 8K TV right now is outright risky.

Instead, we recommend taking your entire budget and pouring it into the best OLED or QLED you can find, depending on your preference. If you’re after the former, the Sony Master Series A9G is our top pick. For the latter, it’s the Samsung Q90R that wins. Opting for an OLED or QLED will serve you better in the long run. You won’t run the risk of owning an 8K TV that may become obsolete sooner rather than later. Or, at least, before 8K Ultra HD becomes the new broadcasting standard, whenever that may be.

A word on financing

Have you fallen in love with a 4K TV that’s a tad out of budget? You might be in luck — most of the televisions here are available with 12-month financing. Keep in mind that some retailers like Walmart offer financing options for free. Others (we’re looking at you, Best Buy) tack on a small amount of interest for the convenience of splitting the cost. You should weigh your options before committing to a long-term payment plan. It’s also worth noting that not all models are eligible for financing. If the TV you’re looking at is, you’ll see a small note on financing both on the product page and while selecting a payment method at checkout. Read the fine print before committing to a price. You may also want to consider warranty coverage, whether as part of the financing or as a standalone purchase from the retailer. Just like a car, a TV can quit before you finish paying it off. 

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Digital Trends may earn commission on products purchased through our links, which supports the work we do for our readers.

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