A Ton Of TVs Are On Sale For Labor Day — Shop 85-Inch Samsung TVs With Huge Discounts

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UPDATE: Aug. 31, 2023, 3:30 p.m. EDT This story has been updated with the latest 4K and 8K TV deals. Check out our favorite Labor Day savings below:

Upgrading to a 4K TV — even a QLED or OLED — no longer has to be an intimidating financial setback. High-quality TVs featuring punchy colors, decipherable shadows, and smooth transitions have become increasingly affordable for regular consumers, made even more budget-friendly by frequent sales from retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon. Here are the top Labor Day weekend sales on TVs.

TV deals are categorized by brand, then listed in order of size (smallest to largest) and price (lowest to highest).

Samsung TV deals Why we love itSamsung rolled out a load of new QLED TVs at the beginning of 2023, and telling them apart by name is confusing. We’re highlighting a pick from the middle of the pack after the XL 85-inch model got an extra $400 price drop during Samsung’s Back to School sale, pushing the discount to over $1,000 off.

The Q80C is the most premium of the new QLEDs that doesn’t fall under the Neo QLED category. Even with slightly larger particles than the sand-sized pixels of Neo QLED, the Q80C still puts forth a juicier, more precise picture than many QLEDs on the market. Its direct full array lighting, Quantum HDR+, and glare control work together to make it a great choice for watching sports and streaming in the daylight.

More Samsung TVs on saleSamsung 43-inch The Frame QLED TV — $839.99 $999.99 (save $160)

Samsung 55-inch QN700B Neo QLED 8K TV — $999.99 $1,599.99 (save $600)

Samsung 55-inch QN90C QLED TV — $1,497.99 $1,997.99 (save $500)

Samsung 55-inch S90C OLED TV — $1,599.99 $1,899.99 (save $400)

Samsung 65-inch The Frame QLED TV — $1,599.99 $1,999.99 (save $300)

Samsung 65-inch S90C OLED TV — $1,999.99 $2,599.99 (save $600)

Samsung 65-inch The Terrace Full Sun Outdoor QLED TV — $6,499.99 $9,999.99 (save $3,500)

Samsung 75-inch The Frame QLED TV — $2,197.99 $2,999.99 (save $802)

Samsung 75-inch QN90C QLED TV — $2,497.99 $3,297.99 (save $800)

Samsung 85-inch Q60C QLED TV — $1,599.99 $2,299.99 (save $700)

Samsung 85-inch Q80C QLED TV — $2,299.99 $3,299.99 (save $1,000)

Samsung 85-inch QN90C QLED TV — $3,499.99 $4,799.99 (save $1,300)

LG TV deals Why we love itLG’s OLED models got a glow-up in 2023, and the B3 model is the most affordable one — and with Best Buy’s huge $900 discount on the 65-inch model, it’s basically begging to be in your living room.

The B3’s lower price point can mostly be attributed to its less-advanced a7 processor compared to the C3 and G3’s Alpha a9. However, the B3 runs laps around the cheapest-of-the-cheap 4K TVs with Dolby Vision and next-gen gaming features like a 120 Hz refresh rate, both of which help to push those 8.3 million self-lit pixels to their fullest potential.

More LG TVs on sale LG 50-inch UQ7070 4K TV — $328 $398 (save $70)

LG 55-inch B3 Series OLED TV — $1,399.99 $1,699.99 (save $300)

LG 55-inch C3 Series OLED TV — $1,499.99 $1,799.99 (save $300)

LG 65-inch B2 Series OLED TV — $1,499.99 $1,749.99 (save $250)

LG 65-inch C3 Series OLED TV — $1,999.99 $2,599.99 (save $500)

LG 77-inch C3 Series OLED TV — $2,999.99 $3,599.99 (save $500)

LG 77-inch G2 Series Gallery OLED TV — $3,299.99 $3,799.99 (save $500)

LG 83-inch C2 Series OLED TV — $3,999.99 $4,499.99 (save $500)

LG 86-inch 80 Series QNED TV — $1,899.99 $2,799.99 (save $900)

Sony TV deals Why we love itBringing the “O” on board to LED significantly upgrades the TV’s picture quality, especially in dimly lit rooms and dark, shadowy scenes. That’s because OLED doesn’t require an external backlight, using organic light-emitting diodes instead. These self-lit pixels are individually controlled by the TV itself based on the content and lighting of the room, offering more precise contrast than an LED or QLED panel.

Though the A90J is now a two-year-old Sony release, it still holds its own as a premium OLED in the field — it’s an especially appetizing contender at record-low pricing at Amazon.

More Sony TVs on sale Sony 55-inch A80L OLED TV — $1,499.99 $1,899.99 (save $400)

Sony 65-inch X90L 4K TV — $1,199 $1,599.99 (save $400)

Sony 65-inch A80L OLED TV — $1,998 $2,599.99 (save $601.99)

Sony 75-inch X90K 4K TV — $1,498 $1,899.99 (save $401.99)

Sony 75-inch X77L 4K TV — $929.99 $1,099.99 (save $170)

Sony 85-inch X90L 4K TV — $2,399.99 $3,299.99 (save $900)

More Labor Day TV deals from Amazon, TCL, Vizio, and more Why we love itTCL’s budget-friendly 4-Series 4K TVs were the baby’s first adult TV for a few years there. The S4 Series is the much-needed 2023 spin on those. Still at Prime Day pricing, the huge 75-inch version looks even bigger with slimmer bezels than its predecessor — and that in tandem with Dolby Vision will set you up for immersive streaming of Ahsoka, The Pope’s Exorcist, or the upcoming college football season.

More TCL TVs, Vizio TVs, Fire TVs, and other TVs on saleAmazon 32-inch 2-Series HD Fire TV — $129.99 $199.99 (save $70)

TCL 43-inch S3 4K TV — $199.99 $249.99 (save $50)

Insignia 43-inch F30 Series 4K Fire TV — $199.99 $299.99 (save $100)

Amazon 43-inch 4-Series 4K Fire TV — $239.99 $369.99 (save $130)

Vizio 55-inch V-Series 4K TV — $299.99 $349.99 (save $50)

Amazon 55-inch 4-Series 4K Fire TV — $349.99 $519.99 (save $170)

TCL 55-inch Q6 QLED TV — $378 $499.99 (save $121.99)

Amazon 55-inch Omni QLED Fire TV — $429.99 $599.99 (save $170)

Amazon 55-inch Omni 4K Fire TV — $469.99 $549.99 (save $80)

TCL 55-inch Q7 QLED TV — $549.99 $749.99 (save $200)

Toshiba 65-inch C350 Series 4K TV — $369.99 $529.99 (save $160)

Vizio 65-inch V-Series 4K TV — $398 $528 (save $130)

Amazon 65-inch Omni 4K Fire TV — $599.99 $759.99 (save $160)

TCL 65-inch QM8 Mini-LED QLED TV — $1,199.99 $1,699.99 (save $500)

Insignia 70-inch F30 Series 4K TV — $449.99 $599.99 (save $150)

Amazon 75-inch Omni 4K Fire TV — $859.99 $1,049.99 (save $190)

TCL 75-inch Q7 QLED TV — $999.99 $1,399.99 (save $400)

TCL 75-inch QM8 Mini-LED QLED TV — $1,699.99 $2,299.99 (save $600)

TCL 85-inch S4 4K TV — $899.99 $1,399.99 (save $500)

TCL 85-inch Q7 QLED TV — $1,599.99 $2,199.99 (save $600)

Frequently Asked Questions The higher the refresh rate, the less lag you’ll notice while watching a fast-paced game.

Refresh rate essentially dictates how fast the screen updates the image to keep up with whatever you’re watching. Officially, this is measured in Hertz (Hz), with the number preceding Hz referring to the number of times per second the screen refreshes the image.

60 Hz is the number you’ll come across in most budget and mid-range TVs, while premium models usually jump to 120 Hz.

Leah Stodart is a Senior Shopping Reporter at Mashable. She covers shopping trends, gift ideas, and products that make life easier, specializing in vacuums, TVs, and sustainable swaps. She graduated from Penn State University in 2016 and is watching horror movies or “The Office” when she’s not shopping online herself. You can follow her on Twitter at @notleah.

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