SAVE $802, GET A $200 CREDIT: Amazon has the 65-inch Samsung Q800T series TV on sale on for just $2,697.99 (normally $3,499.99) as of Jan. 27 — a 23% savings. Through Feb. 7, enter the code CYKNWQBTIKXG at the checkout to receive a bonus $200 credit you can apply towards future Amazon purchases made before June 30.
Well, well, well: You actually managed to track down a Playstation 5 or Xbox Series X. What’s your secret? Was it a perfectly timed restock alert? Fate? Witchcraft? A deal with the devil, perhaps?
Either way, keep your wallet out, because now it’s time to upgrade your TV.
To take full advantage of your next-gen console’s performance and visual capabilities, you’re going to want an 8K display that comes with an HDMI 2.1 port and supports refresh rates of up to 120Hz. (For a detailed breakdown of what that technology means, click here.) Of the few TVs on the market right now that fit that bill, Mashable tech reporter Alex Perry recommends Samsung’s fancy Q800T series as the most “affordable” option (relatively speaking), noting that “it should be a useful TV well into the future.”
As your luck would have it (again), Amazon just put the 65-inch Samsung Q800T series TV on sale for $2,697.99, which is a whole $802 (or 23%) off its suggested retail price of $3,499.99. Plus, we found an extra savings coupon on its product page that gets you a $200 credit towards any future Amazon purchases made before June 30 — just enter the code CYKNWQBTIKXG at the checkout to redeem it.
Altogether, Amazon is saving you a little over $1,000 with its current offers — not too shabby at all for a decent-sized premium display.
Along with those aforementioned console-friendly specs, another major highlight of the Q800T series is its six-speaker setup with Object Tracking Sound+, a Samsung technology that uses audio positioning and scene analysis to produce 3D cinematic surround sound. (You’re already spending enough on this TV, so Samsung won’t make you buy a separate soundbar for decent audio, thank god.) It also comes equipped with an Alexa virtual assistant, meaning you can change the channel, search for movies, play music, turn the display on and off, and have it control other smart home devices using just your voice. When we said this thing was fancy, we meant it.
Take advantage of Amazon’s promotions while you still can — the blue button below will take you directly to the TV’s product page.