Update: Also $5 as a 4K download on iTunes.
A must-own for any browncoat, Firefly’s feature film epilogue Serenity recently got a 4K Blu-ray release, and it’s down to an all-time low $15 on Amazon right now, complete with a regular Blu-ray and a digital copy. Now if we could just get the same treatment for the show. Or, you know, a new season.
You don’t need Bruce Wayne’s fortune to afford the Dark Knight trilogy today. This UHD Blu-ray set includes all three Chris Nolan Batman films in 4K, along with regular 1080p Blu-rays, plus digital copies. At $65, the box set never been cheaper.
If any movie truly deserves ultra HD 4K quality, it’s probably this one. This Planet Earth II 4K Blu-ray is down to its lowest price since Deals Week, just $30.
If you own a 4K Blu-ray player (or an Xbox One S), here’s one of the best deals we’ve seen for building up your movie library. Just pick any three films out of the 114 on this Amazon page, and no matter what they cost individually, you’ll only pay $50 at checkout (so long as they’re all shipped and sold by Amazon…
$800 is an exceptionally good price for any 65" 4K TV, but it’s hard to believe you can get one for that price from Samsung. It’s definitely not the highest-end set in their lineup, but it does have limited HDR support, 4K upscaling, a terrific remote, and Samsung’s robust ecosystem of Smart TV apps.
Note: This link only seems to work on desktop browsers, sorry!
Update: Sold out
If you’re ready to make the leap to 4K (and if your computer can handle it), Amazon’s blowing out refurbished 28" Samsung monitors for just $230, today only. It’s not an IPS panel, unfortunately, but that’s still one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a 60Hz 4K display.
Even at its usual $69, Google’s Chromecast Ultra is the cheapest 4K and HDR-compatble streaming dongle on the market, and today, you can save an extra $10 by buying it from B&H, with no sales tax outside of New York and New Jersey.
If you own a 4K Blu-ray player (or Xbox One S), The Revenant is a great showcase for the format, and it’s just $15 today. Just imagine seeing that bear attack again in 4K <shivers>.
If you have a 4K TV and a 4K Blu-ray player (like an Xbox One S, for example), you can demo the best image quality available with these museum-quality IMAX Blu-rays, all of which are on sale today. The space one is even narrated by Patrick Stewart!
TCL’s 2017 4K TVs aren’t technological marvels, but they might just represent the best value in the TV world, and the 49" model is on sale for an all-time low $360 today.
If you own an Xbox One S or any other 4K Blu-ray player, and want to see just how nice your TV can look, The Martian is on sale for just $13 for Prime members. This movie looks gorgeous in any resolution, so I can’t even imagine how much it’ll pop in 4K.
If you love inky blacks and vibrant colors, and who doesn’t, this curved OLED LG TV is down to $1694 today with a free included sound bar (with code SMEQL7070517), which is an insanely good deal.
If 49" is big enough for your needs, you’d be hard pressed to find a better TV deal than this. The LG 49UJ7700 includes a 4K panel, Dolby Vision HDR (the good one), and even an IPS screen for better viewing angles. $579 is over $200 less than you’ll find it elsewhere, but we don’t expect it to last long.
4K Blu-rays are starting to become a thing, and whilethe technology is still firmly in the realm of early adopters, the players are finally starting to come down in price. This Samsung is down to an all-time low $179 right now, with full support for 3D, HDR, and 7.1 surround sound.