Get a superb PS5 TV deal with these Samsung TV offers and save up to $3,500

Samsung Neo QLED in a modern living room
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If you've been wanting to bag a PS5 TV deal or a premium Samsung TV deal, then there are some fine offerings available right now, direct from the manufacturer itself. 

The TV and tech behemoth often runs excellent offers and discounts on its screens and the below deals are some of the best we've seen. The deals cover some of the latest and greatest from Samsung, covering the best gaming TVs, and even the best TVs for PS5 or Xbox Series X.

Spanning both 8K and 4K screens, but also extending to those value-busting entry-level QLED TVs that offer incredible punch for their price tags, these Samsung TV deals bag you handsome discounts on some cracking TVs that are stuffed full of Samsung's latest tech and screen-enhancing qualities.

We've rounded up some of the best below, and we do indeed start off with two Samsung 8K TV deals. Now, while the likes of 8K TVs and the prospect of them can still get laughed out of the room, the way prices are going, they are an increasingly realistic option for folks looking to upgrade with an eye on future-proofing.

Not ready for 8K? Then some of Samsung's amazing 4K TVs are also discounted and highlighted below, kitted out with some of the brightest and best panels going, and also offering that sweet, sweet 120Hz refresh that new-gen console players will be looking to get.

Today's best Samsung TV deals


Samsung NeoQLED QN900A 8K TV | 65-inch | $5,000 $3,299.99 at Samsung
Save $1,700 - This is an incredible discount on Samsung's premiere 8K TV from 2021. If you want the latest and greatest with all the bells and whistles, for a super-low price, then this is the TV you've been looking for.


Samsung NeoQLED QN800A 8K TV | 65-inch | $3,500 $2,699.99 at Samsung
Save $800 - One step down from the top-tier QN900A is the QN800A, and it's a beauty still. Perfect for those looking to future proof but whose budget can't quite stretch to the TV above, the QN800A (at $800 off) will have your back for a long while from now.


Samsung QN90A 4K TV | 55-inch | $1,800 $1,299.99 at Samsung
Save $500 - If you're not looking to totally future-proof yourself with an 8K beast, then this top-end 4K TV has you covered: the QN90A is an absolute beauty that can be yours for an enormous $500 less than normal right now.


Samsung QN85A 4K TV | 55-inch | $1,600 $1,099.99 at Samsung
Save $500 - The QN85A is just a step below the flagship QN90A and offers exceptional bang for buck value. If you're looking to go premium with a Samsung TV deal this January and want to just shave some dollars off the price tags where possible, then choosing this model is a surefire way to do that and still maintain quality.


Samsung Q60A 4K TV (55-inch) | $850 $649.99 at Samsung
Save $200 - This is the pick of the bunch away from the premium end of Samsung's spectrum. Offering just exceptional value for money, this 55-inch beauty is a great TV and will offer that superb Samsung image quality while not breaking the bank.

Samsung is known to make some of the best QLED TVs, and the opportunity to get some of the very best of those - the 8K models - for way less than their list price is a great opportunity.

More of today's best 4K TV deals

If you are looking at those more premium screens, and want to broaden your options then check out the prices below which span a bunch more models of QLED and OLED televisions.

If you're looking to widen your search then check out the best 120Hz 4K TVs, and the best OLED TVs too.

And it always pays to keep abreast of the latest PS5 deals should you still be on the hunt for elusive PS5 stock.

Rob Dwiar

Rob is the Deputy Editor of sister site, TechRadar Gaming, and has been in the games and tech industry for years. Prior to a recent stint as Gaming Editor at WePC, Rob was the Commissioning Editor for Hardware at GamesRadar+, and was on the hardware team for more than four years, since its inception in late 2018. He is also a writer on games and has had work published over the last six years or so at the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. He is also a qualified landscape and garden designer, so does that in his spare time, while he is also an expert on the virtual landscapes and environments of games and loves to write about them too, including in an upcoming book on the topic!