Cyber Monday 8K TV deals have arrived, so if you didn't grab a deal on Black Friday or the weekend, there are still plenty of offers available. And to help you out, we've gathered them all together here in this guide.
A lot of the best Cyber Monday deals are going to follow on from the Black Friday deals we saw, but we're keeping our eyes out for any extra discounts that may appear over the course of the day.
Amongst these TVs, you'll find the best 8K TVs available. 8K TVs are a lot pricier than the average 4K flagship TV, but for those looking for the next level with unrivalled detail, excellent 8K upscaling and that wow factor, check out some of the best Cyber Monday 8K TV deals below.
Cyber Monday 8K TV deals – quick links (US)
- Amazon: 8K TVs for under $2,000
- Best Buy: 8K TVs available for $1,500
- Walmart: discounted 8K TVs available
- B&H Photo and Video: great offers on 8K TVs
- Crutchfield: 8K TVs from an AV specialist
Today's best Cyber Monday 8K TV deals in the US
Samsung 85-inch QN800B 8K Neo-QLED (mini-LED) TV: was
$3,149.99 now $2,499.99 at Best Buy
The Samsung QN800B provides colorful and dynamic images, and features such as four HDMI 2.1 ports for gaming. It also comes with Samsung's very useful external connections box (One Connect) to keep things neat and tidy. 8K TVs are always going to pricier than average, but under $2,500 for an 85-inch version? Now, you have our attention, Walmart.
Samsung 65-inch QN900C 8K Neo-QLED (mini-LED) TV: was
$4,999 now $3,189 at Walmart
Keeping the 8K TV flag waving, the Samsung QN900C demonstrates what all the fuss about 8K TVs is. Excellent 8K upscaling, stunning brightness and contrast and fantastic color depth combine to make a phenomenal picture. It's still pricier than a lot of 4K flagship 65-inch TVs, but $1,810 off is a massive discount and makes the 8K dream that little more attainable.
Sony 75-inch Z9K 8K mini-LED TV: was
$5,999.99 now $5,498 at Amazon
Offering mini-LED picture, Dolby Vision support, 4K 120Hz, VRR and ALLM capabilities, this a well-featured 8K TV. It also has Perfect for PS5 features such as auto HDR tone-mapping if you own a PS5. As it is 8K and also a big screen, it still carries a premium price tag but a $500 saving is not something to ignore.
Cyber Monday 8K TV deals – quick links (UK)
- Amazon: 8K TVs for under £1,100
- Currys: Samsung 8K TV bundles
- John Lewis: good range of 8K TVs
- Crampton & Moore: instant savings on 8K TVs
- Very: Samsung 8K TVs available
Today's best Cyber Monday 8K TV deals in the UK
Samsung 65-inch QN800C 8K Neo-QLED (mini-LED) TV: was
£3,899 now £2,799 at Currys
The Samsung QN800C is the mid-range 2023 8K mini-LED from Samsung and offers high brightness, elegant design and Dolby Atmos with eight built-in speakers. If it's anything like its more premium counterpart, the QN900C, it'll be an outstanding TV. Not only does it have £1,100 off, but you can claim a FREE Samsung Freestyle portable projector until November 28, by simply accessing the 'Special Offers' tab on the right hand side of the page.
LG 77-inch Z2 8K OLED TV: was
£11,999.99 now £8,999 at John Lewis
The LG Z2 offers LG's OLED quality picture and comes with Dolby Vision, HDMI 2.1 featuring VRR, G-Sync and the a9 Gen5 Ai Processor, to get the most out of your games and movies. It's undeniable this is a very premium TV that carries a big price tag, but for those after 8K OLED picture in a big screen, this £3,000 discount is a very good saving.
Cyber Monday 8K TV deals 2023: FAQs
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US Black Friday TV sales
Amazon: 8K TVs for under $2,000
Best Buy: clearance 8K TVs available for $1,500
Walmart: wide range of 8K TVs available
B&H Photo and Video: great offers on 8K TVs
Crutchfield: 8K TVs from an AV specialist
UK Black Friday TV sales
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James is the TV Hardware Staff Writer at TechRadar. Before joining the team, he worked at a major UK based AV retailer selling TV and audio equipment, where he was either telling customers the difference between OLED and QLED or being wowed by watching a PS5 run on the LG 65G2. When not writing about the latest TV tech, James can be found gaming, reading, watching rugby or coming up with another idea for a novel.
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