The best Cyber Monday QLED TV deals for 2020

Not all QLED TVs cost a small fortune. The discount bin is often swarming with must-have QLED 4K TVs, like the Samsung Q60R and Vizio M-Series, and even 8K TVs. The catch? You need to know where to look to find them. That’s where Digital Trends comes in: We’ve rounded up the best Cyber Monday QLED TV deals available right now, with the highlight being a 58-inch Samsung Q60R QLED 4K TV for $800 — down $100 from the usual $900.

Shopping on a budget? Head over to our selection of the best Cyber Monday TV deals, where pricing starts at a more modest $250 for a 43-inch Toshiba 4K TV. That’s because the televisions featured here at QLED TVs, souped-up LED TVs that draw richer detail and more accurate color from the scene at hand. These are an acquired taste, though, appealing to those after more than what an LED TV has to offer, but not what a top-of-the-line OLED TV brings to the table.

Best Cyber Monday QLED TV deals

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82-inch Samsung Q900R QLED 8K TV

$5,000 $7,000
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 with this massive Samsung model.
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55-inch Samsung Q900R QLED 8K TV

$2,300 $3,500
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.
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Vizio M-Series 65-inch Quantum LED 4K Smart TV

$598 $748
Worthy of headlining any entertainment setup, the 65-inch M-Series is a must-have for anyone looking for a more affordable alternative to Samsung's QLED TVs, with endless smarts and vibrant color.
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85-inch Samsung Q70T 4K TV

$2,798 $3,300
The Samsung Q70T is fully loaded with every feature a hardcore cinephile could ever need, putting you directly in the director's seat of any film.
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65-inch TCL Roku Smart 4K QLED TV

$900 $1,300
This TV from TCL's 6 series has QLED technology for a stunning picture which is rich, deep, and colorful. The Roku operating system provides easy access to your favorite streaming services.
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43-Inch SAMSUNG Class FRAME QLED LS03 Series 4K TV

$998
This Samsung TV not only displays stunning 4K visuals, but it's also able to transform into an art gallery. It comes with Alexa built in for easier control and convenient operation.
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65-inch Samsung Q800T QLED 8K TV

$2,000 $2,700
If only the best will do and you want QLED and 8K, then this Samsung Q800T is the TV for you. Stunning clarity and super high definition means content will look more beautiful and engaging than ever.
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75-inch Samsung QLED Q60T Series 4K HDTV

$1,300 $1,400
This breathtaking Smart 4K UHD is equipped with a QLED panel, offering a wider range of color and contrast for a strikingly vivid and cinematic picture.
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55-inch Samsung Q70T 4K TV

$948 $1,000
When OLED is out of budget, QLED is the best alternative, and one of the best ways to experience it is with the Samsung Q70T 4K TV, capable of rendering any media in beautifully picturesque quality.
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75-Inch Samsung Class Q800T Series QLED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV (QN82Q800TAFXZA)

$2,998
Level up your entertainment with the Q800T series. Aside from its astonishing 8K resolution, it can adjust to any room or lighting condition to provide the best possible visuals.
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Hisense 75-Inch H6510G LED 4K HDR Smart Android TV

$800 $1,000
This TV was already a shockingly good price for a 75-inch TV, but now it's just insane. Dolby Vision HDR, Android TV, Chromecast, and Google Assistant voice commands makes this a great overall TV.
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75-inch Samsung 8K QLED TV

$2,998
For the ultimate, highest resolution experience available, this 8K TV offers an incredible level of detail that has to be seen to be believed. Plus it's QLED and upscales content to 8K as well.
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50-inch TCL Class 5 QLED 4K TV

$428 $600
If you want to experience a QLED TV but you don't want to spend big bucks, this modestly sized TV offers those beautiful QLED colors and deep contrast, plus voice controls and other smart features.
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65-Inch Samsung Class Q800T Series QLED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV

$2,000 $2,700
Indulge in the mind-blowing 8K goodness of the Q800T series. It offers premium-quality visuals and sound, so you'll feel like you're watching in your own cinema. Action scenes are also blur-free.
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32-inch Samsung QN32Q50RA QLED 4K TV

$508 $657
Who says QLED TVs have to cost the a fortune? This Samsung model is small but mighty, with a beautiful QLED 4K display, game mode, smart features, and support for HDR formats.
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43-inch Samsung 4K QLED TV

$649 $754
A sleek, modern, 4K QLED TV that looks stunning thanks to its elegant design and slim bezel. With smart features, a quantum processor 4K and a game enhancing mode, your content will look fabulous.

How to choose a QLED TV

Size. This is the first stop when choosing any new television. Measure the space available in the area it will reside, then write down the figure (we don’t want to make a mistake here). Next, make a note that screen size is not equal to the length of the television itself. You will need to consult the dimensions for this measurement, which takes us on to the next step: Gather a handful of QLED TVs that could do the trick, then check their dimensions.

Found a couple that will fit? Now, let’s start to tunnel in one the one that’s best suited to you. Because there are two main brands that make QLED TVs, this shouldn’t be too difficult. If it’s out-of-the-box streaming you’re after and cash is tight, opt for a Vizio. Rather have a television that’s bound to stand the test of time? Choose a Samsung. After all, it didn’t secure its title as the world’s largest television manufacturer by churning out slop.

To be clear, this doesn’t mean that Samsung’s QLED TVs can’t stream content to boot. They’re armed with the latest version of its Tizen OS smart software, which offers one-click access to all of the top streaming services, like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix — and that’s bound to be more than enough for the average viewer. But if you have more niche viewing habits, the Vizio with its built-in Chromecast may be the better choice.

However, unless you’re shopping on a strict budget, we’d almost always recommend going with a Samsung. It’s the creator of QLED, and it licenses the name to other manufacturers that wish to adopt it, so it knows a thing or two about making them. The only difference is that you’ll be paying a premium to have a Samsung — Vizio’s models are considered more affordable alternatives. Plus, a $30 Roku will easily bridge the streaming gap.

Are QLED TVs better than OLED TVs?

In short, OLED TVs are better than QLED TVs. Why? Because they have better viewing angles, can reach a more obsidian-like black level, and consume a lot less power. They also have a faster response time, less input lag, and a higher refresh rate. But this best-in-class viewing doesn’t come cheap, which is why those who don’t necessarily need the best experience that money can buy (or can’t afford it) opt for second-best: A QLED TV.

In the real world, though, there’s little between them. Unless you had an OLED TV and a QLED TV in the same room, you wouldn’t even know what you’re missing out on. The fact of the matter is, if your run-of-the-mill LED TV isn’t cutting it anymore and you’re looking to breathe fresh life into your entertainment setup, a QLED TV is a fantastic way to go: The richer color and more accurate detail, even without HDR, is a monumental step up.

Do QLED TVs have HDR?

Yes, all QLED TVs have HDR. Remember: They are designed to represent some of the finest hardware manufacturers have to offer, so it wouldn’t make sense if they weren’t equipped with the latest software, too. After all, it’s HDR that draws richer detail and more accurate color from the scene at hand, bringing the picture to life. Samsung invented its own HDR format to do this: HDR10, which was later succeeded by HDR10+ — the latest version.

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