Hisense's O8B OLED TV already lay claim to being the cheapest OLED TV out there when it launched earlier in the year – but a new flash sale in the UK is cutting its price to an absurdly low figure, for the next 50 hours only.
Though you've recently been able to buy the set for £1,299, you'll be able to get the Hisense OLED for only £899 – marking a 36% saving off the original £1,399 RRP, and the first time we've seen an OLED TV sell for only a three-figure sum.
There's a catch, however, as the O8B will only be at this incredibly low price for the next two days (50 hours, to be precise). The sale begins at 7pm on Friday 25 October, and ends 9pm on Sunday 27 October.
Why 50 hours? Hisense is celebrating its 50-year anniversary, so you can see your purchase as a birthday gift as sorts, and certainly not a luxury purchase for yourself. You'll also find deals on a number of other Hisense TVs, including the U8B ULED and Hisense U9A, which you'll find under the OLED deal below.
It's worth noting that the Hisense O8B wasn't our favorite OLED TV, and we found it had a number of issues that stop us from recommending it above other (admittedly more expensive) TVs of its kind. However, we've never seen an OLED TV deal as good as this, and it is certainly, without a doubt, the cheapest way to get an OLED television into your home.
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Today's best Hisense TV deals
Hisense O8B 55-inch OLED TV
£1,299 £899 at Hisense.co.uk (opens in new tab)
Not the best OLED out there, but it's the cheapest by a long mile. Even if there are some occasional frame rate issues, and a screensaver you can't turn off, the fast smart platform and OLED-level contrast should make up for it at this price.
Hisense U8B 55-inch 4K TV
£749 £499 at Hisense.co.uk (opens in new tab)
A high value Ultra HD TV, with the Dolby Vision and Atmos support to give it some serious HDR credentials. Local dimming isn't particularly impressive here, but the U8B is still a brilliant budget TV – now at its lowest price ever.
Hisense U9A 65-inch 4K TV
£1,999 £999 at Hisense.co.uk (opens in new tab)
With a peak luminance of 2,700 nits, this was the brightest TV ever made at release – and offers a dazzling display at a great price point. Colors can however be washed out by that brightness, with some blooming around light sources.