This 75-inch Samsung 4K TV got a 30% discount – but it's now ended

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Update: This deal has now expired, just before the end of the sales window. However, we have found some excellent, comparable deals still going in our Prime Day hub of all the best deals.

After a 75-inch 4K TV? This new Prime Day deal could be just the ticket, after the excellent Samsung Q90T QLED got a 30% discount for Amazon Prime Day.

You're paying just $2,597.99 for this 2020 Samsung TV, down from an RRP of $3,297.99, for a total saving of $700. Not bad! (Not in the US? Check out deals in your region at the end of this article.)

With a 4K QLED panel, HDR support, and over 2,000 nits peak brightness, it's a great choice for a new television in your home – it earned four stars in our review, too.

The Q90T has all the same specs and panel quality of this year's 4K flagship, the Q95T. The only difference is that you won't get the Samsung OneConnect box cabling solution, which outsources all the TV's ports and inputs to a piece of external hardware (it's a bit tidier).

We're told the deal is only going to be live for a matter of hours, though, so we'd jump in and nab it before it reverts to the original RRP.

Samsung 75-inch 4K TV: $3,297 $2,597 on Amazon

<a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon US"" target="_blank">Samsung 75-inch 4K TV: $3,297 $2,597 on Amazon
The Samsung Q90T QLED has all the specs of this year's Q95T flagship, with 4K resolution, HDR / HDR10+, very high brightness, and support for voice assistants.

As a 75-inch TV, you're getting a lot of screen real estate for the price – making this is a good choice if you're desperate for something more impactful than a standard 55-inch set – say, for family movies or sports matches.

Samsung saves its best specs these days for its 8K TVs, of course, and if you have last year's Q90R, you'd actually be looking at a drop in specification for this new set. However, for the best Samsung 4K TV available in 2020, this is the deal you'll likely want to get.

Looking for something a bit cheaper?

Not in the market for a $2,500 75-inch TV? There are plenty of great, cheap TVs on sale today that are worth checking out, too.

Here are a few awesome options in the $500-$600 range, and an excellent OLED that's $1,000 less than the Samsung 75-inch TV.

Hisense H8G 55-inch ULED TV: $599 $499 on Amazon

Hisense H8G 55-inch ULED TV: <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon US"" target="_blank">$599 $499 on Amazon
Hisense might not have the same clout that Sony or LG have, but with prices lower than almost anyone else, it's well-worth taking a look at their wares. Among the best TVs from Hisense this year is the new H8G ULED TV that offers a lot of similar features of the big-name brands at a third of the price.

LG Nano 85 49-inch 4K TV: $679.99 $596.99 at Amazon

LG Nano 85 49-inch 4K TV: <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon US"" target="_blank">$679.99 $596.99 at Amazon
Last but not least, check out this LG Nano Cell TV that was just released earlier this year. Nano Cell, for those who missed the memo, offers a quantum dot-like filter for better color saturation and throws LG's webOS on top. Again, it's not an incredible savings, but with $100 off the regular price, it's a good option. 


LG OLED CX 55-inch TV: <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon US"">$1,999.99 $1,596.99 at Amazon
It's not a 65-inch OLED, but you can Save $400 on this 55-inch premium LG OLED CX TV in Amazon's latest Prime Day TV deals. That's a considerable discount on such a high end spec, with the CX being one of the best-performing TVs on the market right now.

More Samsung TV deals

Looking for more Samsung TV deals? You'll find all the lowest prices from across the web right here, with offers available in the US, UK, and Australia. 

TechRadar is rounding up all the top deals over the Prime Day sales period, and we’ve put all the best Prime Day deals in an easy-to-navigate article to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.

Henry St Leger

Henry is a freelance technology journalist, and former News & Features Editor for TechRadar, where he specialized in home entertainment gadgets such as TVs, projectors, soundbars, and smart speakers. Other bylines include Edge, T3, iMore, GamesRadar, NBC News, Healthline, and The Times.