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The best 8K TV deals

So, you've decided that if you're getting a new TV you're going to go whole-hog and get an 8K model. That makes sense – you don't want to fork out a fortune now and be left feeling in a year or so that you need to upgrade again.

The really exciting news is that 8K TV prices are tumbling faster than a toddler on a trampoline, and you can currently save thousands on even the most recent models.

And we really do mean thousands. There are TVs below with discounts of £1500 and more.

All of the deals you'll see below are for 75-inch 8K TVs. You can buy smaller, and you do still get some of the benefits of 8K at 65 and even 55 inches, but the impact is far more pronounced when you go larger and, if you're committed to going 8K, you might as well go big. Besides, the bigger the TV, the bigger the discount.

In terms of the prices, we've used our class-leading tools and near-endless expertise to find the very best deals from every corner of the internet, so you can rest assured that you're getting the biggest discount out there.

So, with no further ado, here are the best 8K TV deals available right now.

8K TV deals

Samsung QE75QN900A 8K QLED TV £6999 £5849 at Sevenoaks (opens in new tab)
Samsung's flagship TV for 2021 combines Mini LED backlighting and an 8K resolution to create an exceptionally punchy, exceptionally sharp TV that doesn't require native 8K content in order to shine. And just look at that huge saving...

Samsung QE75QN800A £5499 £3999 at PRC Direct (opens in new tab)
This step-down 8K model, the QN800A is largely the same as the QN900A above but with lower peak brightness, a sonic downgrade from OTS Pro to OTS+, and without the Infinity Screen. We've not tested it yet, but it looks like very good value, particularly with this discount.

Samsung QE75QN700A £4999 £3499 at Richer Sounds (opens in new tab)
Arriving after the QN900A and QN800A, the QN700A is Samsung's entry-level 8K Neo QLED model for 2021. It uses a less powerful chip than its siblings and does without HDMI 2.1 sockets, but if that doesn't phase you, it could be a great buy.

Sony XR-75Z9J £5999 £5289 at Sevenoaks (opens in new tab)
Sony's flagship TV for 2021, the Z9J is fitted with all the spoils that Sony has to offer. These include a full array LED panel, the best XR Contrast Booster level and three 48Gbps ports with HDMI 2.1 features, specced at 120Hz rates for 4K material. We've not yet reviewed this one, but the performance of its predecessor and Sony's excellent recent form suggest it could be a corker.

LG 75QNED996PB £5999 £4299 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
The QNED99 combines Quantum Dot NanoCell technology with a Mini LED backlight for an apparent combination of super-punchy colours and plenty of contrast. That said, we've not tested this model and LG's NanoCell TVs don't have the same reputation as its OLEDs, so approach with a little caution.

Tom Parsons has been writing about TV, AV and hi-fi products (not to mention plenty of other 'gadgets' and even cars) for over 15 years. He began his career as What Hi-Fi?'s Staff Writer and is now the TV and AV Editor. In between, he worked as Reviews Editor and then Deputy Editor at Stuff, and over the years has had his work featured in publications such as T3, The Telegraph and Louder. He's also appeared on BBC News, BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4 and Sky Swipe. In his spare time Tom is a runner and gamer.