Save $800 on this 75-inch 4K Samsung QLED Smart TV (2018 model), deal ends soon!

Save $800 on this 75-inch 4K Samsung QLED Smart TV (2018 model), deal ends soon!

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If you're looking to get a really big premium TV, you have to check out the latest eBay deal. You can grab a brand new, 75-inch Samsung QLED Smart TV at a bargain price. This model has recently seen a price cut at Samsung's official store and other major retailers like Best Buy. However, the current MSRP in most places stands at $2,800.

If you choose to get one through eBay's daily deal, you can save a further $800 and get one for $2,000. Keep in mind that the deal will expire soon, as it is a part of eBay's "daily deals" that rarely last more than a couple of days.

This Q7F-series Samsung Smart TV boasts a 4K QLED panel. QLED TVs are arguably slightly better than standard OLEDs due to their superior brightness levels and longevity. Other notable features include Q HDR Elite, Q Contrast Plus (adds depth with incredibly deep blacks and anti-reflective screen properties), Ambient Mode (mimics your wall pattern for an interesting visual effect when you're not watching TV), four speakers and woofer that total 40W of power, and Dolby Digital Plus. Smart features include Bixby Voice, a full web browser, access to Samsung Smart Hub & apps, and so on.

Shipping is free, and there's a standard 1-year warranty on board. If this deal interests you, feel free to follow the above link to eBay. As we mentioned earlier, the deal is likely to expire soon, so act fast if you're interested.



1. dubaiboy78

Posts: 454; Member since: Sep 19, 2014

Qled sucks. Get oled from either sony or LG!

2. sissy246

Posts: 7124; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Sony TVs suck big time, no thanks

6. Ninetysix

Posts: 2965; Member since: Oct 08, 2012

4. ph00ny

Posts: 2050; Member since: May 26, 2011

no thank you to LG OLED TVs for the time being. Too many burn ins

5. midan

Posts: 2971; Member since: Oct 09, 2017

OLED in this size cost fortune. This Samsung QLED is great, owned it since summer.

3. dubaiboy78

Posts: 454; Member since: Sep 19, 2014

Reallly?! Have you seen their oled tvs? Checkout the reviews before speaking!

7. mike2959

Posts: 696; Member since: Oct 08, 2011

LG does have a major problem with burn in. It cannot be avoided. Organic Light emiting diode (OLED) technology vs QLED. QLED is really not the same as OLED. OLED does produce deeper blocks because there is nothing turned on. QLED is backlit.

8. dubaiboy78

Posts: 454; Member since: Sep 19, 2014

Burn in issue is not much now compared to early generation of oled tvs.

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