There aren't a lot of compelling reasons to buy an 8K TV. With little content other than travelogues and nature videos, 8K is somewhat of a phantom format. However, if you're still interested in 8K, there are a few 8K TV deals out there, but with manufacturers putting their 8K TVs on hold, the deals are limited.
If you're not sure where to start, you'll want to check out our list of the best 8K TVs available now. Hisense, Samsung, and Sony are just a few of the manufacturers with 8K TVs. In terms of retailers, you'll find 8K TV deals at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and directly from manufacturers.
Below you'll find 8K TVs we recommend. The good news is that many of today's prices are lower than they were just a week ago. (Don't need an 8K TV? Make sure to check out our guide to the best TV deals and best OLED TV deals).
Best 8K TV deals right now
Samsung 55” QN700B Neo QLED 8K TV: was $1,599 now $999 @ Best Buy
Best Buy has slashed $600 off this 8K TV. The Samsung QN700B Neo QLED 8K TV has a 60Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+ and Dolby Atmos support and 4 HDMI 2.1 ports as well as an ATSC 3.0 tuner. AI processing can upscale content to 4K and you can stream Xbox games to your TV without needing a console via Gaming Hub.
Samsung 65" QN800B 8K TV: was $3,299 now $1,597 @ Amazon
The QN800B features Samsung's Quantum Mini LEDs to deliver over a billion colors with intense contrast. It also houses Samsung's Neural Quantum 8K CPU to deliver an immersive picture and 8K upscaling. Amazon is now dropping its price to an all-time low.
Samsung 75" QN900C 8K QLED TV: was $6,299 now $5,499 @ Best Buy
The Samsung QN900C is one of the most advanced 8K TVs to date. On paper, you get HDR10+/HLG support, 120Hz refresh rate, Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant/SmartThings compatibility, built-in Alexa, four HDMI 2.1 ports, and a voice remote. In our Samsung QN900C Neo QLED 8K TV review, we said the Editor's Choice TV is the most premium television Samsung has delivered to date, reaching new heights in terms of design and performance. Outside of its lack of Dolby Vision support, it has everything you could ever want in a TV.