Super Bowl TV deals are increasing as we get closer to the big game, meaning there’s no better time to start looking for savings on OLED TVs. And that’s the best sale we’ve seen so far. To update: As of January 23, the sale is still running.
Right now, Best Buy has the 65-inch Sony Bravia A8H OLED TV on sale for $1,499. That saves you a massive $1,000, making it one of the best OLED TV deals we’ve spotted outside of Prime Day and Black Friday sales. This deal also brings this set to its lowest price ever. This offer was still in stock when we last checked, but we don’t expect this sale to last long.
If you’re looking for one of the best TVs available on the market, you’re in luck – because the Sony Bravia A8H offers some of the best OLED performance available (and we know it because we’ve tested it).
In our Sony Bravia A8H OLED review, we praised the excellent picture and audio quality, as well as the customizable user interface. We were also big fans of the accurate color reproduction and excellent blacks. In our LG CX OLED vx. Comparing the Sony A8H OLED, we concluded that “if you want the best picture quality and sound you can get, then the Sony A8H is the OLED TV of choice.”
This particular model features a bright 65-inch 4K OLED display with an impressive 120Hz refresh rate, making it perfect for those enjoying a gaming session on next-gen consoles like the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch OLED .
The Sony Bravia A8H also offers HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision support and runs Android TV software. It also has four HDMI inputs and three USB ports so you can pair your OLED TV with some of the best soundbars for an even more immersive audio experience.
Streaming fans will be delighted to find that this OLED TV includes some of the best streaming services available including Disney Plus, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu and more, leaving you torn between the wide range of entertainment.
Calling this an incredible deal is no exaggeration: you’re getting one of the most popular OLED TVs on the market for $1,000 less. Hurry though as TV deals like this don’t usually last very long, especially with a price cut of this magnitude.