Woot is currently running a deal on some of Samsung's most popular non-QLED 4K TVs, the 8-Series. The prices range from $599 to $2299 for certified refurbished models of the 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 82-inch TVs. The 55-incher goes for $599, the 65-inch is $949, the 75-inch is $1549, and the huge 82-inch is $2299. These are certified refurbished but do come with limited warranties from Samsung. So that if something does go wrong with these TVs, you will still be protected.
The Samsung 8-Series 4K TV lineup is Samsung's lineup of TVs for everyone. Instead of offering some super high-end technologies like Dolby Atmos and QLED (or OLED), these are 4K LED TVs, with HDR included. These do feature HDR10 support, so you're still going to get some great images out of this one. It also has Dynamic Crystal Color, for an expanded color spectrum. Now this might sound like it won't make much of a difference, but it really does make a huge difference when it comes to the picture that this TV is going to put out. 4K HDR Extreme is here, which is the processor inside the TV that is going to make the colors a bit more rich than just standard 4K HDR. This is something that all TV makers are doing these days, not just something that Samsung does. It takes an already great looking image and makes it even better. There is also Motion Rate 240 which is going to be good for fast action stuff, like sports. So you won't miss anything while watching basketball, hockey and other games.
Samsung made sure that this TV was great for gaming. Not so much for PC gaming, though you could use this for PC gaming. But more for console gaming. So you can game on your Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or even a Nintendo Switch and get a really good picture out of this one. There's an "Auto Game Mode" that will automatically change the settings of the TV to provide the best experience possible. This includes enabling Motion Rate 240 which is going to be very useful while gaming anyways. It will also reduce lag, though a lot of that is still down to your router anyways. But the TV will do what it can to reduce lag as well.
Woot does offer free shipping, but only for Amazon Prime members, and with Prime you will get two-day shipping on most items. So if you are not an Amazon Prime member, you will need to pay a flat fee for shipping, which is generally around $5 but it will vary based on the product. Although you can also opt to sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime and still get free shipping here. So that's a great way to get around it, just remember to cancel your trial before it expires, or you'll be paying $119 each year - which really isn't a bad price if you do order from Amazon quite often. Woot does not charge taxes either, which is pretty good for those that want a great deal.