Save big on Samsung's 'The Frame' and 8K QLED TVs today only

Ready for the latest in home theater tech? Amazon has select Samsung QLED TVs on sale for just one day only as part of its Deals of the Day. QLED TVs are some of the nicest TVs you can buy at the moment, and as such, they don't come cheap. Prices in today's sale start at $1,598 and bring both of these TVs down to their best price yet.

It seems like just yesterday 4K became popular, and Samsung is already pushing discounts on its 8K versions now. There are two models, each on sale by a few hundred bucks, but the deals won't stick around for long. Grab one now!

The most affordable option in today's sale is Samsung's "The Frame" QLED 65-inch 4K UHD Smart TV. Now down to $1,597.99, today's deal scores you $200 off the next lowest price it's reached there. Within just the past few months, it's been priced higher than $2,500, and there's no telling when we'll see a deal like today's again. This TV has made a name for itself due to its Art Mode, which transforms the TV when it's off into a work of art — art which you've selected. There are hundreds of pieces to choose from including collections from the V&A Museum, the Tate Gallery, and Van Gogh Museum, and the display will refresh as often as you choose. You can even add up to 2GB of your own photos via an app on your phone or simply hook up a flash drive.

Today's sale also includes Samsung's Flat 65-Inch QLED 8K Q900 Series UHD Smart TV. Yes, 8K is right. And while you might not find much content at all that's available in 8K currently, you'll sure be ready when it all starts coming within the next few years. It upscales content into 8K and even features Amazon Alexa compatibility so you can begin voice controlling this TV with a compatible device such as the Echo Dot. Today's deal of $2,997.99 brings this TV $500 lower than it's ever reached on Amazon; earlier this summer it was selling for up to $4,500.

Alex Smith
Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.