1 comment

Samsung’s Excellent 2017 4K HDR TVs Hit Black Friday Prices Again

by on January 27, 2018
Stephan Jukic – January 27, 2018

It’s that time of the year again in which the new major brand 4K TVs have just recently been unveiled via CES or other media events and the previous year’s shiny (but not so new) TV models are now literally last year’s news and start selling at some major discounts to clear out inventory space. It’s a pattern we’ve seen during just about every year to-date in our time covering 4K TVs and other major electronics, and the cyclical regularity of the above is particularly strong in the TV market.

You as the consumer can benefit wonderfully from this situation because, and here’s a little not so secret little secret, the 2017 TVs that have right now seen their prices drop down to major discount levels are no less awesome than they were just a couple months ago. Yes, the new 2018 models are about to come out and they’ll be loaded with new bells and whistles but this is no guarantee of anything exceptional. In at least a couple of different cases so far, we’ve seen a brand release new 4K TVs for a new year and upon detailed inspection, found that the newer models either offered little new benefit or even underperformed their previous year’s cousins in some ways. What we’re saying in other words is that if the 2017 TVs of Samsung are generally awesome (and they are), they’re just as good for buying regardless of what the brand’s 2018 models offer. This applies especially during discount offers, and for Samsung’s models, those are seriously plentiful right now.

As of this moment, Samsung is selling a whole list of its different 2017 ultra-premium and mid-range 4K HDR LCD TVs for prices we haven’t seen them sell at since Black Friday 2017 in November. These are some seriously good discount deals in other words, and definitely worth a look if you haven’t yet gotten yourself either a new 4K TV with some tech upgrades like quality HDR display, or if you simply don’t own a 4K TV at all.

Samsung’s Excellent 2017 4K HDR TVs Hit Black Friday Prices Again

So, without further ado, here are the best offers from the massive Samsung Big Game Deals page, ready just in time to get a new TV before Super Bowl LII hits the air waves.

Also Read, our reviews of the following generally superb 4K HDR TV models:
Samsung Q9F Review
Samsung Q8C Review
Samsung Q7F Review
Samsung Q7C Review
Samsung MU8000 Review
Samsung MU7000 Review
Samsung MU9000 Review

We’ve broken this down into two sections, first our listing of the ultra-premium QLED 4K HDR TV deals available from Samsung and following that, all the deals on the brand’s mid-range (but still excellent) MU-Series HDR 4K TVs.

The top deals currently available on Samsung’s QLED TV lineup:

  • 75″ Class Q8C QLED 4K TV: $4,499.99 (save $2,300)
  • 75″ Class Q7F QLED 4K TV: $3,299.99 (save $2,700)
  • 65″ Class Q9F QLED 4K TV: $3,299.99 (save $2,700)
  • 65″ Class Q7F QLED 4K TV: $2,199.99 (save $1,800)
  • 55″ Class Q7F QLED 4K TV: $1,499.99 (save $1300)
  • 55″ Class Q6F QLED 4K TV: $799.99 (save $500)

Samsung’s Excellent 2017 4K HDR TVs Hit Black Friday Prices Again

Of note, all QLED TVs are still eligible for Samsung’s upgrade program with 36-month financing despite the deep discounts.

Samsung’s best deals on mid-range MU-Series HDR TVs (the MU8000 AND MU9000 are particularly fantastic performers, with superb motion handling and premium-level HDR color performance).

82″ Class MU8000 4K UHD TV: $3,299.99 (save $1,700)

75″ Class MU9000 4K UHD TV: $3,299.99 (save $1,500)

75″ Class MU8000 4K UHD TV: $2,299.99 (save $1,500)

75″ Class MU6300 4K UHD TV: $1,799.99 (save $2,000)

65″ Class MU9000 4K UHD TV: $1,699.99 (save $1,000)

65″ Class MU8000 4K UHD TV: $1,299.99 (save $900)

65″ Class MU7000 4K UHD TV: $1,199.99 (save $500)

55″ Class MU9000 4K UHD TV: $1,199.99 (save $800)

55″ Class MU8000 4K UHD TV: $899.99 (save $600)

55″ Class MU7000 4K UHD TV: $799.99 (save $300)

Story by
Leave a reply »

  • wsmith
    January 28, 2018 at 11:32 am

    It seems that one must be willing to settle foreither premium quality or premium size. Unless you are a member of the 1% you cannot have both.

    I currently have the last plasma the Samsung made and is 65″ I’m still playing the waiting game because any TV not 75″+ it is not worth considering. Ill venture to say anyone with a great 65″ TV don’t also truly want bigger.

    For me to go to another 65″ TV would be a big sides step. I can wait until the manufacturers get that message.


Leave a Response