Samsung 4K TVs are on sale at Amazon


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Save up to 35 percent on select Samsung 4K TVs. (Photo: Amazon)

Pick a Samsung, any Samsung…you’ll save big on all of ’em! (Photo: Amazon)

Amazon is pulling out all the stops for its just-launched early Black Friday sale. Case in point: The retail giant slashed the prices of select Samsung 4K TVs — and we’re floored.

Right now, you can save up to 35 percent on the tech company’s premium line of 4K TVs from the affordable Q60A series to the spare-no-expense QN90A series. If you want to really impress your friends and family over the holidays, one of these gigantic big screen 4K TVs is sure to do the trick.

And if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).

Samsung's massive wallet-friendly 4K TV just got a little bit more wallet-friendly. (Photo: Amazon)

Samsung’s massive wallet-friendly 4K TV just got a little bit more wallet-friendly. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $848 (was $1,100), this Samsung Class QLED Q60A Series 4K Ultra HD Dual LED Smart TV has a gorgeous 65-inch display backlit with dual LEDs. Note: Whereas most 4K TVs use one LED for color accuracy, this model has a dedicated LED for cold colors and another for warm colors, and they automatically adjust based on what you’re watching. Cool.

Shoppers love its included solar-powered remote. “This is a quality TV with all the features one could ask for. Picture is amazing,” raved a five-star Amazon reviewer. “Easy to set up and connect to our Wi-Fi. I especially like Samsung’s new solar-powered remote! A big improvement over battery powered remotes. The remote works flawlessly…Well done, Samsung!”

$848 $1,100 at Amazon

Go large and in charge! (Photo: Amazon)

Go large and in charge! (Photo: Amazon)

The Samsung 75-inch Class QLED Q70A Series 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is…special. Here’s why: It has a gigantic 75-inch QLED display with brilliant Ultra HD resolution at 2160p — ideal for large living rooms or the ultimate ‘man-cave.’ Impressive features abound, like HDR settings for bright color contrast and inky black levels. And it’s awesome for gaming!

“Switched from a LG NanoCell to this Samsung and couldn’t be happier. Great picture and great features,” shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. “I really like the game bar feature…Looks great when playing new generation PS5 on it or watching 4K movies.”

$1,498 $2,300 at Amazon

Now this is how your impress your friends and family over the holidays! (Photo: Amazon)

Save over $900 on this stunner — yep, over $900. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $2,598 (was $3,500), the Samsung 75-Inch Class Neo QLED QN90A Series 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is the tech company’s top-of-the-line 4K model for 2021. The picture quality is beyond — it’s sharper, brighter and more detailed than any other 4K TV from Samsung. We’re talking crème de la crème over here!

Raved a five-star fan: “…I just cannot explain how good the picture quality really is! It doesn’t matter if I’m watching cable or a movie. It just does not get any better than this. And this is one thin low profile TV all the way across the back, not to mention a ton of features. The remote is just as nice as the TV! Probably one of my favorite things about this TV…This is a beautiful work of art.”

$2,598 $3,500 at Amazon

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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