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You can already save up to $300 on Samsung's 2019 4K TVs

You can already save up to $300 on Samsung's 2019 4K TVs

Samsung's 2019 4K TVs have only been out a matter of weeks in the US, but there are already savings to be had on them... if you're quick!

For a limited time, Crutchfield is offering hundreds of dollars off some 2019 models, ranging from $200 off its 65in Q60R 4K QLED TV to $300 off its 75in RU800 4K LCD TV. Most deal prices end this weekend and can be seen below:

Samsung UN65RU8000

Samsung UN65RU8000 $1398 $1148 

Save $250 off this 2019 Samsung 65in 4K LCD TV, which boasts HDR10, HDR10+ and HLG support; 4K Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and YouTube streaming; iTunes Movies and TV Shows apps; Apple AirPlay 2, and compatibility with Google Home and Amazon Alexa voice assistants.

MORE RU8000 SIZES ON OFFER:

49in version $648 ($150 saving)
55in version $798 ($200 saving)  
75in version $1898 ($300 saving)

Samsung QN55Q60R

Samsung QN55Q60R $1198 $1098

Within Samsung's more affordable premium QLED TV range is this 55in model, which features OLED-rivalling panel technology, HDR10, HDR10+ and HLG support, 4K Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and YouTube streaming; iTunes Movies and TV Shows apps; Apple AirPlay 2, and compatibility with Google Home and Amazon Alexa voice assistants.

MORE Q60R SIZES ON OFFER:

43in version $698 ($100 saving)
49in version $898 ($100 saving)
65in version $1598 ($200 saving)
82in version $3498 ($300 saving)

Samsung QN49Q70R

Samsung QN49Q70R $1248 $1198

A 49in model belonging to a higher-ranging QLED range, building on the above TV's spec with full direct backlighting (as opposed to edge-lit) and superior HDR performance with Quantum HDR 8X (rather than Quantum HDR 4X).

MORE Q70R SIZES ON OFFER:

65in version $2098 ($100)

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Becky is Hi-Fi and Audio editor of What Hi-Fi?, and has been part of the team for almost eight years, with her current position preceded by roles as a staff writer and news editor. During that time she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching horror movies and hunting for gluten-free cake.