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Best Samsung Cyber Monday TV Deals: 4K TVs, 8K TVs, and QLED TVs on sale

There has never been a better time to buy a Samsung TV. That’s because most of the manufacturer’s televisions are in the discount corner for Cyber Monday, including everything from HDTVs and LED 4K TVs to 4K and 8K QLED TVs. With pricing starting at just $250 for a 43-inch and interest-free financing available to boot, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

Best Samsung Cyber Monday TV Deals

One of the hottest sales today is a 70-inch Samsung 4K TV deal at Best Buy. See more discounts below:

When you want a TV that looks amazing both when you're using it and when you're not, you need The Frame. This 65-inch model offers QLED technology and displays art when not in use.
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.

Which Samsung QLED TV should I buy?

So, what’s the difference between the top-of-the-line Q90R, the middle-of-the-road Q80R and Q70R, and the bottom-of-the-barrel Q60R? Aside from the obvious design differences, the most notable change is that the Q60R has an edge-lit backlight, so it can’t quite reach the same contrast levels as the other three — so it doesn’t make detail pop quite as well. But again, it’s miles ahead of a regular LED TV.

The Q90R, Q80R, and Q70R, on the other hand, all have what’s known as a full-array backlight, which can shut off sections of the screen to achieve a darker black level. What sets them aside from each other is the number of dimming zones each model has. The Q70R has a total of 48, versus the 96 on the Q80R and the 480 on the Q90R. All this means is the Q90R can shut off more individual parts of the screen to produce more accurate contrast.

It’s at this level that the differences will really only matter to die-hard film buffs. For the average viewer who’s just looking for something to tune into the latest must-see Netflix Original or maybe even a movie or two over the weekend, the Q60R is bound to impress. While those after the best viewing experience possible will have their fate decided by their budget — even on sale, there’s a considerable gap between the Q70R, Q80R, and Q90R.

More TV deals available now

If you’re looking for something bit different — maybe something from a different manufacturer — you’re in luck: There are plenty of other Cyber Monday TV deals happening right now.

75-inch Sony Z8H 8K TV

$4,000 $4,500
For a truly stunning experience for watching movies and playing games, this Sony TV has an X1 ultimate processor for upscaling content and a speaker integrated into the frame itself.
This TV boasts a self-illuminating screen to keep colors accurate and consistent plus X-Motion Clarity that reduces blur in high-speed action scenes. It also offers access to various apps and content.
In the market for a 4K TV fit for your patio? The Furrion Aurora might just be what you're looking for with its outdoor-optimized 4K panel and IP54 weather-resistant housing.
From the reputable LG brand comes this reasonably sized 4K TV, with smart features like integration with voice assistants and access to content through LG's webOS software.
Enjoy magnificent visuals no matter the viewing angle and equally immersive audio from Dolby Atmos which emulates a surround sound field. Especially in Game Mode, making this ideal for gaming setups.
The Sony A8H uses the same processor as Sony's 8K TVs so this 4K TV has the power to deliver the best color, brightness, and overall picture quality possible. For those who wish they could afford 8K.
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