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Samsung 8k 65" Q950TS 2020 TV £4,799.20 @ Samsung Store via Employee Discount (Possible Cashback also)
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Samsung 8k 65" Q950TS 2020 TV £4,799.20 @ Samsung Store via Employee Discount (Possible Cashback also)

£4,799.20£5,50013%Samsung Store Deals
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Posted 10th JunEdited by:"r0naldmacd0nald"

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So for those who can use the Employees and Partners portal this tv has dropped to its lowest price and back in stock (was only the 75”). I think Black Friday will at best equal this once the £500 cash back offer finishes, Going to pull the trigger ready for ps5

£4,799.20 discounted Samsung price
£500 Samsung cashback
£143 TopCashback (3%)
£4,156 total after cashback

This is a cracking deal (for those in the market/niche) - if anyone knows of cheaper then please share but I think this will be the best price point this year.
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This is a great deal for all of that 8k content that's available
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looks a stunner but all jokes aside im actually looking into the 85” model.
I'm shifting my 75" 8K QLED to make way for the 85"

Trust me dont go bigger
You will regret it as you can never downsize after and im already thinking ahead
This is a great deal for all of that 8k content that's available
8K just in time for the PS6
Cold not 12k
8k is uplayable on ps5. 4k is moderately playable on ps5.
Better buy a 4k Tv and spend the rest money to buy an rtx2080ti desktop for maximum perfomance/quality.
Would love this for my parents I want to upgrade them from a Sony 55X900A I got them when 4 k first came out about 7 years ago that was 4 grand back then. Just don't want to shell out this much at the moment, I'm after a 80"+ LED 4k one for them for around a grand plus some small change really. Anyone have the Samsung 82RU8000 is that any good (will it be a step up from the old Sony?) or should I be on the hunt for a bargain deal on a more expensive one?
Ps will just be for movies and TV shows, in a very large(hence the size) bright room in the day so preferably quite bright with anti reflective properties.
Edited by: "Gazillionaire" 10th Jun
7 comments in and no bedroom ,kids room or toilet comments.

Come on guys what’s the world coming to
ashmac10/06/2020 23:25

7 comments in and no bedroom ,kids room or toilet comments.Come on guys …7 comments in and no bedroom ,kids room or toilet comments.Come on guys what’s the world coming to


Bought 3 for the bathroom.

Are you not entertained?
Gazillionaire10/06/2020 23:18

Would love this for my parents I want to upgrade them from a Sony 55X900A …Would love this for my parents I want to upgrade them from a Sony 55X900A I got them when 4 k first came out about 7 years ago that was 4 grand back then. Just don't want to shell out this much at the moment, I'm after a 80"+ LED 4k one for them for around a grand plus some small change really. Anyone have the Samsung 82RU8000 is that any good (will it be a step up from the old Sony?) or should I be on the hunt for a bargain deal on a more expensive one?Ps will just be for movies and TV shows, in a very large(hence the size) bright room in the day so preferably quite bright with anti reflective properties.


If you want a 80" TV for a grand, you're going to get a very low quality, entry level TV.
dead4red6910/06/2020 23:58

If you want a 80" TV for a grand, you're going to get a very low quality, …If you want a 80" TV for a grand, you're going to get a very low quality, entry level TV.



Yeah I know I meant more the £1500+ range like the 82RU8000, I've also been looking at the Qled 2019 range. A 75" would be ok. Aswell as new deals like the Samsung store discounts I also have access to trade auctions so I can get more expensive stuff cheaper no warranty mind you. For example 7ish years ago when the first 4k sets came out I managed to get 2 Sony 55" X900A 4k sets for £1650 each,they were £4k retail at the time. I had no warranty with them but were both fine, I sold mine a while back and the one I gave my parents they still have and it's still going strong. They moved a couple of years back though and and their living room is large and they sit about 16 ft away from the TV plus they are in there 70's so eyesight isn't what it once was so need a larger one. Plus their hearing is declining so will have to get them a soundbar also haha.
Was just really asking what sort you would recommend from that distance and in a daytime bright room with lots of reflections. Ideally I'd like a 75" Q90r but haven't come across any that are less than the £2300 they are on the Samsung store EPP site. Is that RU8000 any good or would I be better going for a Qled 60,70,80 or even an LG nanocell.
I'll just wait for what comes up but having researched apart from the Q85r,Q90r being well reviewed and recommended I'm just a little lost on any of the others being suitable if they come up at a decent price.
Edited by: "Gazillionaire" 11th Jun
Gazillionaire11/06/2020 00:27

Yeah I know I meant more the £1500+ range like the 82RU8000, I've also …Yeah I know I meant more the £1500+ range like the 82RU8000, I've also been looking at the Qled 2019 range. A 75" would be ok. Aswell as new deals like the Samsung store discounts I also have access to trade auctions so I can get more expensive stuff cheaper no warranty mind you. For example 7ish years ago when the first 4k sets came out I managed to get 2 Sony 55" X900A 4k sets for £1650 each,they were £4k retail at the time. I had no warranty with them but were both fine, I sold mine a while back and the one I gave my parents they still have and it's still going strong. They moved a couple of years back though and and their living room is large and they sit about 16 ft away from the TV plus they are in there 70's so eyesight isn't what it once was so need a larger one. Plus their hearing is declining so will have to get them a soundbar also haha.Was just really asking what sort you would recommend from that distance and in a daytime bright room with lots of reflections. Ideally I'd like a 75" Q90r but haven't come across any that are less than the £2300 they are on the Samsung store EPP site. Is that RU8000 any good or would I be better going for a Qled 60,70,80 or even an LG nanocell. I'll just wait for what comes up but having researched apart from the Q85r,Q90r being well reviewed and recommended I'm just a little lost on any of the others being suitable if they come up at a decent price.


You could pick up a sony kd65xg95 for about a grand nowadays, pound for pound, I'd say it was the best tv on the market. If you want to go up in screen size, you'd be looking at £2-3k for a comparable 75" screen. At £1.5k the quality would be probably be similar to the 55x900, only bigger
Gazillionaire11/06/2020 00:27

Yeah I know I meant more the £1500+ range like the 82RU8000, I've also …Yeah I know I meant more the £1500+ range like the 82RU8000, I've also been looking at the Qled 2019 range. A 75" would be ok. Aswell as new deals like the Samsung store discounts I also have access to trade auctions so I can get more expensive stuff cheaper no warranty mind you. For example 7ish years ago when the first 4k sets came out I managed to get 2 Sony 55" X900A 4k sets for £1650 each,they were £4k retail at the time. I had no warranty with them but were both fine, I sold mine a while back and the one I gave my parents they still have and it's still going strong. They moved a couple of years back though and and their living room is large and they sit about 16 ft away from the TV plus they are in there 70's so eyesight isn't what it once was so need a larger one. Plus their hearing is declining so will have to get them a soundbar also haha.Was just really asking what sort you would recommend from that distance and in a daytime bright room with lots of reflections. Ideally I'd like a 75" Q90r but haven't come across any that are less than the £2300 they are on the Samsung store EPP site. Is that RU8000 any good or would I be better going for a Qled 60,70,80 or even an LG nanocell. I'll just wait for what comes up but having researched apart from the Q85r,Q90r being well reviewed and recommended I'm just a little lost on any of the others being suitable if they come up at a decent price.


The Samsung 75" Q60T is on the Samsung employee discount store for £1.5k at the moment, personally I'd rather save £500 and get the 65" Sony, as it's a better TV, but if size matters more, go for q60
dead4red6911/06/2020 00:55

The Samsung 75" Q60T is on the Samsung employee discount store for £1.5k …The Samsung 75" Q60T is on the Samsung employee discount store for £1.5k at the moment, personally I'd rather save £500 and get the 65" Sony, as it's a better TV, but if size matters more, go for q60


Ok thanks mate,will have a look
Barely have enough 4k content.
indigo200410/06/2020 21:34

looks a stunner but all jokes aside im actually looking into the 85” model.


Sweet. They don’t have the 85” yet on the EPP - may pop up in the future, the 65 comes and goes
tjc200511/06/2020 01:56

Barely have enough 4k content.


Plenty of 4K content out there now, 8k is sparse but the upscaling engine in these offers impressive SD/HD/UHD upscaling. Not mass market but if you’re in the market for a smidge over £4K all in it’s really unbeatable value right now.
r0naldmacd0nald11/06/2020 05:36

Plenty of 4K content out there now, 8k is sparse but the upscaling engine …Plenty of 4K content out there now, 8k is sparse but the upscaling engine in these offers impressive SD/HD/UHD upscaling. Not mass market but if you’re in the market for a smidge over £4K all in it’s really unbeatable value right now.


is this the flagship model? as theres seems to be quite a few samsung 8k models out there. which one is the best model if you intend to go all out?
indigo200411/06/2020 06:20

is this the flagship model? as theres seems to be quite a few samsung 8k …is this the flagship model? as theres seems to be quite a few samsung 8k models out there. which one is the best model if you intend to go all out?


Yes bud, mods removed from the title but follow the link to the Samsung site. 950TS is this years flagship.
Hi everyone,

I hope that you're all well and safe!

Just so you know, all sales that use either student/employee portal discount as well as cashback will have their cashback declined as this is against the terms and conditions of both Samsung and third-party cashback sites.

Apologies for any inconvienience caused, and thank you for understanding,

Julian
Samsung-CS11/06/2020 09:27

Hi everyone,I hope that you're all well and safe! Just so you …Hi everyone,I hope that you're all well and safe! Just so you know, all sales that use either student/employee portal discount as well as cashback will have their cashback declined as this is against the terms and conditions of both Samsung and third-party cashback sites.Apologies for any inconvienience caused, and thank you for understanding,Julian



Hi Julian

Thanks for the update, but I have to disagree.

There is zero reference to the EPP portal and Cashback (either direct of third party).

samsung.com/uk/…le/

Perhaps you care to enlighten us with the appropriate terms to support the hyperbole?
This is the best standard size 8K TV money can buy right now. HDR4000 and one of the best upscaling engines there is.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 11th Jun
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