Bring Home this 65″ Samsung QLED 4K TV for $700

The best TV deals of the week, according to the Slickdeals community. 

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Due to COVID-19, many will be hunkered down inside longer than usual this year. Luckily there are tons of discounted 4K TVs on the market right now, and a new TV is the perfect excuse to binge Hamilton on Disney+ Plus for the fifth time in a row.

We’ve got a long way to go until Black Friday, but you can still save on big-ticket purchases if you know where to look. We’ve found deals on 4K TVs from top brands like Hisense, LG, Samsung and more. All of these products are available for delivery or in-store pickup, so you can avoid the stress of shopping in person.

Whether you’re looking for a monster TV to complete your home theater or you just want a sensible screen to watch your favorite shows, there’s a deal out there for you.

The Best 4K TV Deals Right Now

65″ Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA Q60 Series QLED Flat UHD Smart TV w/ HDR (2019)

Credit: Samsung

On Sale for: $700 | Reg. Price: $1,799.99

Features:

  • Resolution: 4K (2160P)
  • Native 120 Hz Refresh Rate
  • HDR: Quantum HDR 4x
  • 4x HDMI Ports / 2 USB ports

Released in 2019, this midrange 4K TV is celebrated for its ample ports, robust smart-TV functionality and overall superb performance. While reviewers like Tom’s Guide have noted it doesn’t get bright enough to hit peak HDR quality, it still blows 1080p out of the water, and at this price, it’s one of the best 65″ sets you can get for under $1000.

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If you want to dig deeper into opinions on this TV, check out the original Deal Thread, as several members of our community have compared it against similar units.


86-Inch LG 86UN8570PUC 4K UHD HDR Smart LED IPS TV w/ Alexa (2020 Model)

inbody LG 86UN8570PUC Alexa Built-in 86
Credit: LG

On Sale for: $1,896.99 | Reg. Price: $2,499.98

Features:

  • Resolution: 4K (2160P)
  • Native 120 Hz Refresh Rate
  • HDR: Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping
  • LG ThinQ AI, Alexa and Google Assistant Built-in

Who doesn’t want a gargantuan-sized TV in their living room? For a limited time, Amazon has this massive 86-Inch LG 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $1,888.32. As usual, shipping is free for Prime Members and you can save an additional 5% off by purchasing with an Amazon credit card. This product is also eligible for 12-month 0% financing through an Amazon store card. Unfortunately, the 5% back and financing cannot be stacked. You will be prompted to choose one or the other at checkout.

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Review by Slickdealer bodybag01: “I’ve had this tv for almost 2 months now. Upgrading in size from my Vizio P Series. For a mid range TV, I think it’s a lot of bang for your buck. You literally can’t go wrong with almost any new 4k tv. Biggest differences on this compared to the Vizio are the black levels, screen is more reflective, and, believe it or not it, has less artifacting during dark scenes…So far I’m very pleased and happy with the purchase.”

For more insight on this TV, be sure to check out the Deal Thread where enthusiasts and aficionados have come together to break down the LG TV.


Refurbished Hisense 65″ Class 4K (2160p) HDR Android Smart TV (65H8F)

inbody Refurbished Hisense 65 Class 4K
Credit: Hisense

On Sale for: $459.99 | Reg. Price: $599.99

Features:

  • Resolution: 4K (2160P)
  • 4K X-Reality Pro for a More Natural Picture
  • Motion Flow XR Technology
  • Google Home/Amazon Alexa compatible

When it comes to budget-friendly big screens, Hisense is one of the most trusted brands in this category according to the Slickdeals community. And if you don’t mind a new to you product, buying refurbished can help you save even more. For a limited time, Walmart has the Hisense 65-Inch 4K Android Smart TV (Refurbished) for only $459.99, a discount of $140 versus buying it new.

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Though free shipping is not available for this product, you can opt to have it delivered to a Walmart near you for in-store pickup. For most, buying refurbished may entail some risk, but this product can be returned within 30 days after the delivery date should anything arise. If you want a little more peace of mind, Walmart also offers a 3-year protection plan for just $54.


Samsung Q80T 65-Inch Class HDR 4K UHD Smart QLED TV (2020)

inbody Samsung Q80T 65 Class HDR 4K UHD Smart QLED TV
Credit: Samsung

On Sale for: $1,349.00 | Reg. Price: $1,499.00

Features:

  • Resolution: 4K (2160P)
  • Motion Rate 240 Technology
  • Quantum HDR 12X / HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG
  • Bixby and Alexa Built-In

For a limited time, you can get a 65-Inch Samsung Q80T 4K Smart QLED TV for $1,349 at Greentoe. This is an out-the-door price so you don’t have to worry about coughing up extra for tax and shipping. With this in mind, you are saving even more than $150 compared to other retailers like Amazon ($1,497.99) or Best Buy ($1,499.00).

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Greentoe is a lesser-known website that has been gaining traction in recent years with their unique buying experience. On the site, you input your best offer for the product and it will match you with an authorized dealer who is willing to sell for your desired price. All products are new and from manufacturer authorized retailers. To give you greater peace of mind, Greentoe offers free shipping and a 30-day return policy.


Other TV Deals to Consider

Here is a selection of more solid deals on 4K TVs.

Tips for Getting the Best TV Deals

Compare the specs of your desired TV model to previous iterations. This might mean doing a little more research, but it will potentially save you a decent amount of money. Several of the TVs on this list are technically older versions of premiere new releases, but Slickdealers agreed their capabilities were a better value for the reduced price, and in some cases the two TVs are virtually identical.

Buy refurbished or open-box items. Getting things brand new is the preference for most but there isn’t anything wrong with going for something that is “new to you.” Refurbished and open-box items offer some of the best discounts because it entails a little bit of risk. But most retailers offer return policies and guarantees for these items to put you at ease.

Browse the store. Some of the craziest deals for 4K TVs that we’ve seen on Slickdeals were discovered by members who were just casually perusing the store. These YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary) discoveries is as close as it gets to treasure hunting and can save you up to 50% or more on a product. Next time you grab some essentials from Walmart, make sure to take a quick lap through the TV section.

Still holding out for an even better 4K TV deal? Make sure to set up a Deal Alert and we’ll notify you when a deal in your price range pops up.

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