To celebrate the Fourth of July, several stores are now offering big discounts on various TV models. We'll update this page with new deals as more sales are announced. Right now, LG's new 65-inch CX OLED 4K TV is $2,399.99 — that's $400 off its original price, and one of the best deals we've seen so far. For more deals and sales, check out our deals page and Insider Coupons.
Independence Day is coming up, and many stores are celebrating the holiday with some sizable discounts on select TVs. If you're in the market for a new display, this weekend could be the perfect opportunity to finally snag that 65-inch 4K TV you've been eyeing without having to pay full price. Many brand-new 2020 TV models are in stock right now and several of these displays are already on sale. And, since retailers are eager to clear out older models, a few 2019 TVs are currently available for some of their lowest prices. Below, we've compiled a list of the best Fourth of July TV deals available right now. With that said, since some retailers are still rolling out their specific Independence Day promotions, the discounts listed below might change. It's also possible that new deals could still be announced for the weekend. We'll update this page with additional discounts as they're revealed.The best Fourth of July TV deals
LG 65-inch CX OLED 4K TV (2020 model), $2,399.99 (originally $2,799.99) at Best Buy [You save $400] LG's new 2020 CX OLED is available for a $400 discount just in time for the Fourth of July. The display offers all of the main benefits that OLED TVs are known for, including pixel-level contrast and wide viewing angles. LG has also incorporated its latest AI image processor for upscaling, as well as HDMI 2.1 ports for advanced features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR). LG 48-inch CX OLED 4K TV (2020 model), $1,499.99 (originally $1,599.99) at Best Buy [You save $100] For buyers who want OLED picture performance in a smaller form factor, there's also LG's new 48-inch CX model to consider. This is the smallest OLED screen size that LG currently offers, and you can snag a solid $100 discount on the TV right now at Best Buy. Hisense 65-inch H8G 4K TV (2020 model), $699.99 (originally $799.99) at Best Buy [You save $100] Hisense's new H8G is one of the best mid-range TV models you can buy in this price range. With full-array local dimming, extensive HDR format support, quantum dots, and robust smart TV capabilities courtesy of Android TV and Google Assistant, the display offers performance that rivals several more expensive models from the competition. For more detailed impressions, be sure to read our full review here. Samsung 65-inch Q90T 4K TV (2020 model), $2,197.99 (originally $2,697.99) at Amazon [You save $500] Samsung's latest flagship 4K QLED TV is the Q90T. This premium 65-inch display model boasts quantum dot color, full-array local dimming, and an attractive, minimalist design. The TV also incorporates Samsung's reliable smart TV platform powered by Tizen, along with integrated Alexa voice control. Samsung 65-inch Q70R 4K TV (2019 model), $949.99 (originally $1,399.99) at Best Buy [You save $450] Samsung's mid-range Q70R TV from 2019 remains an impressive display. In fact, in many ways, the Q70R is actually a better TV than the new 2020 Q70T model designed to replace it. This is because the Q70R has full-array local dimming, while the newer Q70T has removed this feature. With that in mind, the Q70R is a better buy for people who prioritize dark room picture quality. The TV is currently on sale for $450 off its regular price while supplies last. Sony 49-inch X950H 4K TV (2020 model), $999.99 (originally $1,199.99) at Best Buy [You save $200] One of Sony's flagship LED displays for 2020, the X950H offers several advanced picture quality features, including local dimming, HDR support, and IMAX Enhanced capabilities. This 49-inch version is the smallest size the TV comes in, but the model ranges in size all the way up to a whopping 85-inch version. Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV (2019 model), $1,099.99 (originally $1,299.99) at B&H [You save $200] Vizio just released its brand-new TV lineup, but 2019 models are still available at a few retailers for some enticing deal prices. While the more expensive 2020 model offers upgraded processing and HDMI 2.1 ports, the 2019 P-Series Quantum X is still one of the brightest LED TVs you can buy. At $1,099.99, there are few competing TVs in this price range that can match this level of performance. Insignia 43-inch Fire TV Edition 4K TV, $249.99 (originally $299.99) at Best Buy [You save $50] Though it lacks advanced picture quality features, this entry-level 43-inch 4K TV is a good fit for buyers who simply want a reliable smart TV for casual streaming. The display includes built-in support for Amazon's Fire TV platform, offering access to a nice assortment of apps. TCL 40-inch 3 Series HDTV, $189.99 (originally $199.99) at Best Buy [You save $10] Though 4K is pretty much the standard for most new TV models, you can still save some money by opting for a lower resolution HDTV. 1080p smart TVs, like the TCL 3 Series, rarely get discounted all that much since they are already so affordable to begin with, but $10 off is still $10 off. This display is about as basic as they come, but its support for Android TV should be enough to satisfy buyers who simply want to stream their favorite apps. Samsung 85-inch Q900TS 8K TV (2020 model), $8,999.99 (originally $9,999.99) at Best Buy [You save $1,000] For buyers with very deep pockets, Samsung's brand-new Q900TS 8K TV is the very definition of premium. In addition to all of the advanced QLED picture features you'd expect in a flagship display, the giant 85-inch panel features an edge-to-edge "Infinity Screen" that makes it look as if the image has no frame. Though the benefits of 8K resolution remain pretty minimal, there's no denying how gorgeous this TV looks.
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Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead StickyAmazon Prime Day 2020 will be a massive event...Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead StickyAmazon Prime Day 2020 will be a massive event when it kicks off on October 13 and 14. Buyers can expect great deals on products across all categories, including HD, 4K, and even 8K TVs. If you've been searching for a brand-new 65-inch TV to watch your favorite shows, movies, and sports on, Prime Day could be the perfect time to snag a big-screen display at a nice discount. Smaller TVs and entry-level models ideal for bedrooms and casual buyers should also be on sale. A few early TV deals are already available, including a $100 discount on a 43-inch Toshiba Fire TV Edition HDTV. Last year's Prime Day featured deals on Samsung's Q900 8K TVs, with models up to $3,000 off their regular prices. TCL's 5 Series 4K TV was also on sale for up to $300 off. We expect similar deals on more TV models for Prime Day 2020. With that in mind, we've spotlighted a few TV models that will likely be on sale for Prime Day 2020, along with details on early deals you can take advantage of right now. We'll update this page with more Prime Day TV deals as soon as they go live. For more Prime Day coverage, you can find all the best Prime Day tech deals here. Early Prime Day TV deals Prime Day 2020 doesn't officially begin until next week, but Amazon is already offering a few early deals on select TVs. The early discounts listed below will be active until October 12 while supplies last. As part of the early promotion, Prime members can snag a 43-inch Insignia Fire TV Edition 4K TV for $100 off its regular price. Though this model doesn't include any fancy picture quality features, like local dimming or Dolby Vision, the Insignia display does offer built-in support for Amazon's Fire TV streaming platform and basic HDR playback. Meanwhile, buyers looking for a solid budget TV with a smaller screen size can get a 32-inch Toshiba Fire TV Edition HDTV for just $120. That's $60 off the display's regular price. The TV only has a 720p panel rather than 1080p or 4K, but at that screen size, the benefits of a higher resolution display would be hard to see. When is Prime Day? Amazon Prime Day 2020 will start on October 13 and deals will keep coming through October 14. We're anticipating various TV deals will go live throughout the two-day period, so be sure to check this page frequently for all the latest discounts. Prime Day deals will only be available to Amazon Prime subscribers. If you're not already a member, a Prime subscription costs $13 a month, or $120 a year if you pay for an annual plan. Prime memberships include several perks and benefits, like free two-day shipping on a ton of products, Prime video streaming, and more. A free 30-day trial is available to new members. If you haven't subscribed yet, you can sign up now to test the service for free and enjoy all the Prime Day deals when they launch next week. What Prime Day TV deals to expect Specific Prime Day 2020 TV deals haven't been revealed yet, but Amazon has confirmed that customers will be able to "save up to 30% on select Samsung and Sony TVs" during the event. We'll have to wait until the sale begins to see exactly which models get discounted. Based on last year's sale, however, it's likely that we'll see a nice assortment of HD, 4K, and 8K TV models in a variety of sizes. Amazon has partnered with several smart TV brands, including Insignia and Toshiba, to integrate its own Fire TV OS into select models. Some of these TVs are already on sale, and it's expected that more Fire TV Edition displays will be discounted on Prime Day. Brand-new 2020 TV models from Sony, LG, Samsung, Hisense, TCL, and Vizio started rolling out to stores back in the spring and summer. Various deals have already been offered on some of these new sets during previous sales on Independence Day and Labor Day, so it's possible that Prime Day could see similar discounts on flagship and midrange 4K TVs. A few 2019 TV models are still in stock as well, so it's also expected that Amazon will mark down some of these older displays in order to clear out inventory. TV deals we saw last year Last year's Prime Day sale featured deals on several TVs across different price ranges. Some highlights included Samsung's Q900 8K TV lineup. The Q900 offers a whopping 8K resolution, and it's built with Samsung's QLED technology, so you'll get expanded colors and bright HDR performance. The TV ranges in size, but only the 55-inch model is currently in stock. Samsung recently released three new 2020 8K TV models, the Q800T, Q900T, and Q950T, so it's possible that Prime Day 2020 will include discounts on these new displays instead. On the much more affordable end of the spectrum, TCL's 2018 5 Series 4K Roku TV was up to $300 off on Prime Day last year. While that older model is no longer available, it's likely that the company's more recent 2019 5 Series or 2020 5 Series will be discounted for Prime Day instead. The 2019 5 Series TV is our pick for the best affordable 4K TV overall, and it features the Roku platform built-in for convenient streaming. How to shop for a TV TVs vary wildly in price, features, and size, so picking the right display for your needs can seem complicated. When it comes to budget models, you can frequently find smaller HDTVs for as little as $100. On the higher end, flagship 65-inch 4K TVs can cost $1,500 or more. The best 8K TVs can even go for more than $10,000 depending on how big the screen is. If you're buying a TV with home theater performance as a priority, then you'll want to go for a 4K set with at least a 65-inch screen. The best 4K TVs feature an OLED panel, or an advanced LED panel with local dimming. These screen technologies will enable the highest contrast, deepest black levels, and brightest picture for impressive high dynamic range (HDR) playback. For people who just want a no-fuss display and are less concerned about HDR, a smaller TV with a more affordable LED panel should be more than fine. Though image performance won't be as good as pricier TV models, there are plenty of solid budget LED TVs, including inexpensive models that still feature 4K resolution and convenient smart TV streaming capabilities. If you're looking for even more TV recommendations, be sure to check out our continually updated roundup of the best TV deals and our various TV buying guides: The best 4K TVs The best affordable 4K TVs The best OLED TVs Join the conversation about this story »
To celebrate Memorial Day on May 25, many retailers are now offering big deals on...To celebrate Memorial Day on May 25, many retailers are now offering big deals on select TV models. We'll update this page with new discounts as more promotions are announced. Right now, Sony's brand-new 65-inch X950H 4K TV is $1,699.99 — that's $300 off its original price, and the best deal we've seen so far. Memorial Day is right around the corner, and many stores are marking the occasion with some nice deals on an assortment of tech products, including TVs. Discounted prices are now available for a variety of display models at different budget levels, with sizes ranging from 43-inches to 75-inches. Spring is typically the time of year when manufacturers begin to release their latest display models, and there are indeed many 2020 TVs in stock right now. Even better, a few of these brand-new models are already being discounted. At the same time, there's also still plenty of 2019 stock to go around, and since companies are eager to clear shelves to make room for their newest models, many 2019 TVs are currently available for some of their lowest prices ever. Below, we've rounded up a few of the best TV deals available for Memorial Day weekend. With that said, since some retailers are still rolling out their specific Memorial Day promotions, the deals listed below might fluctuate. New discounts are also still likely to be announced. We'll update this page with new deals as they're revealed.The best Memorial Day TV deals LG 65-inch CX OLED 4K TV (2020 model), $2,499.99 (originally $2,799.99) at Best Buy [You save $300] LG's brand-new 2020 CX OLED just hit stores this spring, but the TV is available for a nice $300 discount. The display features LG's latest AI Processor for advanced upscaling and offers all of the primary benefits that OLED TVs are known for, including perfect black levels and wide viewing angles. Sony 65-inch X950H 4K TV (2020 model), $1,699.99 (originally $1,999.99) at Best Buy [You save $300] One of Sony's top new LED displays for 2020, the X950H features several advanced picture quality features, including full-array local dimming, along with support for the Android TV platform. Hisense 75-inch H8G 4K TV (2020 model), $1,299.99 (originally $1,499.99) at Best Buy [You save $200] Though known more as a value-priced brand, Hisense's new H8G offers performance that rivals many more expensive TVs from a lot of the competition. At its regular price of $1,499.99, this massive 75-inch Android TV is already a very solid buy, but its current $200 discount makes it an even more appealing option. Vizio 75-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV, $1,698.00 (originally $2,198.00) at Walmart [You save $500] Vizio's 2019 P-Series Quantum X remains one of the brightest LED TVs on the market, and this current deal brings the 75-inch model down to just $1,698. Though I've been underwhelmed by the display's smart TV platform in the past, Vizio has recently made some improvements that help to provide a more responsive experience. Hisense 55-inch H8F 4K TV, $424.99 (originally $499.99) at Best Buy [You save $75] If you want a TV with a smaller size screen, this 2019 Hisense TV is a strong performer in this price range. For just $425 you get an LED panel with full-array local dimming and extensive HDR format support. Insignia 43-inch Fire TV Edition 4K TV, $229.99 (originally $299.99) at Best Buy [You save $70] You won't find advanced image quality features, like quantum dots or local dimming, on this relatively modest 43-inch TV model, but the display does come with integrated support for Amazon's Fire TV platform. With a nice $70 discount, this is a solid buy for people who want a smaller TV for casual streaming.
TVs can be quite pricey, but many manufacturers and retailers often offer sales. We've rounded...TVs can be quite pricey, but many manufacturers and retailers often offer sales. We've rounded up the best TV deals for April 2020. We'll update this list regularly with the top discounts as new promotions are announced. Right now, LG's 65-inch B9 OLED TV is on sale for $1,766.49 — that's $533 off its original price. See more: HDR can make your 4K TV look brighter and more colorful than ever — here's everything you need to know about this must-have display feature A quality TV is the centerpiece of any home entertainment system, but finding the right display for your needs and the right price for your wallet can be challenging. When shopping for a TV, there are many different aspects to consider, including size, panel type, resolution, HDR support, smart TV platform, and more. If you're looking for a display with genuine home theater performance in mind, then you'll likely want to opt for a 65-inch- or- larger premium 4K TV. The best 4K TVs typically use an OLED panel, or a high-end LED panel with quantum dots and local dimming. These display types will provide you with the best contrast, black levels, and brightness performance for dazzling high dynamic range (HDR) images. For buyers who simply want a reliable TV for casual viewing, however, a smaller screen and a more budget-friendly LED panel should get the job done just fine. Though picture quality won't be quite as impressive as more expensive display types, there are many affordable LED TVs out there with solid performance. And, while 4K resolution and built-in smart TV interfaces were once thought of as premium features, nowadays even entry-level TVs come with 4K panels and smart TV capabilities as default features. Once you've settled on the basics for what you're looking for in a new display, there are plenty of deals readily available from all of the major TV manufacturers, including Sony, Samsung, LG, Vizio, TCL, and Hisense. To help narrow things down, we've rounded up all of the best TV deals available right now. It should be noted, however, that many companies are currently in the process of rolling out their latest 2020 TV models to retailers. While these new displays rarely get discounts right away, manufacturers tend to use this time to provide big deals on their older stock. With that in mind, the TV deals highlighted below are primarily for 2019 models. If a 2020 model is included, we've noted that fact in the description for the deal. Here are the best TV deals in April 2020: LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $1,766.49 (originally $2,299.99) at Ebay [You save $533] Vizio 75-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV, $1,698.00 (originally $1,499.99) at Walmart [You save $501.99] Vizio 55-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV, $498.00 (originally $548.00) at Walmart [You save $50] Insignia 43-inch Fire TV Edition 4K TV, $249.99 (originally $299.99) at Best Buy [You save $50] Prices and links are current as of 04/27/2020. Added TCL 55R617. Removed deals that are no longer active. Updated by Steven Cohen.Best OLED TV deals When it comes to picture quality, no other display type offers better overall performance than an OLED TV. Unlike traditional LED TVs (which use LCD panels), OLED TVs don't require a backlight. Instead, every pixel is able to produce its own light or shut off completely. This enables OLED displays to produce superior black levels, contrast, and viewing angles compared to regular LED models. With that said, OLED panels can't get as bright as LED TVs, and they can be susceptible to burn-in if you leave a static image on the screen for hours on end. For most buyers, however, the pros of OLED tech far outweigh the cons. Of course, the high-end picture performance of an OLED TV typically comes with a high price tag. Thankfully, OLED TVs from LG and Sony often go on sale. The best OLED TV deal available right now is for the LG 65-inch B9 4K TV. Though the TV's processing isn't quite as sophisticated as the other OLED TVs on our list, it offers similar picture quality for a more affordable price — especially with the $533 discount currently available through Ebay. LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $1,766.49 (originally $2,299.99) at Ebay [You save $533] LG 77-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $4,799.99 (originally $5,499.99) at Best Buy [You save $700] LG 55-inch C9 OLED 4K TV, $1,499.99 (originally $1,599.99) at Best Buy [You save $100] LG 65-inch C9 OLED 4K TV, $2,199.99 (originally $2,499.99) at Best Buy [You save $300] LG 77-inch C9 OLED 4K TV, $4,499.99 (originally $5,499.99) at Best Buy [You save $1,000] LG 65-inch CX OLED 4K TV (2020 model), $2,399.00 (originally $2,799.99) at Newegg [You save $400.99] LG 55-inch CX OLED 4K TV (2020 model), $1,799.99 (originally $1,999.99) at Best Buy [You save $200] LG 65-inch GX OLED 4K TV (2020 model), $2,999.00 (originally $3,499.99) at Newegg [You save $500.99] Sony 65-inch A8G OLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $2,499.99) at Best Buy [You save $500] Best premium LED TV deals Unlike OLED displays, LED TVs still use traditional LCD panels with backlights to produce their images. Though this tech does have some drawbacks when it comes to black levels and viewing angles, high-end LED TVs are still capable of very impressive picture quality with industry-leading brightness. High brightness is particularly desirable for the best HDR performance, allowing highlights to really pop from the screen. Many high-end LED TVs are branded as QLED TVs since they include quantum dot technology. This feature allows the displays to achieve a wide color gamut for more accurate and rich colors. Premium LED TVs typically include full-array local dimming as well, enabling the backlight to dim in specific zones across the screen. This enables the display to achieve much better contrast and black levels compared to LED TV models without local dimming. The best deal on a premium LED TV right now is for the Vizio 75-inch P-Series Quantum X. The TV is about $500 off its regular price, and it offers brightness and contrast performance that rivals many competing LED TVs that cost much more. Though Vizio's SmartCast platform isn't the best for streaming apps, it's hard to beat the overall performance value of the P-Series Quantum X at this price. Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV, $949.00 (originally $1,499.99) at Walmart [You save $550.99] Vizio 75-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV, $1,698.00 (originally $1,499.99) at Walmart [You save $501.99] Sony 65-inch Z9F 4K TV, $1,799.99 (originally $3,499.99) at Best Buy [You save $1,700] Sony 85-inch X950G 4K TV, $2,499.00 (originally $4,299.99) at Newegg [You save $1,800.99] Sony 65-inch X950G 4K TV, $1,399.99 (originally $1,599.99) at Best Buy [You save $200] TCL 65-inch 8 Series 4K TV, $1,599.99 (originally $1,999.99) at Best Buy [You save $400] TCL 75-inch 8 Series 4K TV, $2,599.99 (originally $2,999.99) at Best Buy [You save $400] Hisense 65-inch H9F 4K TV, $749.99 (originally $999.99) at Best Buy [You save $250] Best mid-range LED TV deals Like premium LED TVs, the best mid-range LED TV models also offer many impressive picture quality features, including quantum dots and local dimming. Brightness levels aren't quite as high as more expensive models, however, and contrast isn't as precise since there are fewer dimming zones. Still, if you're a buyer who wants to save a bit without losing support for the latest display technologies, like HDR, then a mid-range LED TV model will likely be a good fit. There are a lot of enticing deals on mid-range LED models right now, including the Vizio M-Series Quantum and the Hisense H8F. Both TVs feature solid image quality with Dolby Vision support. Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum 4K TV, $898.00 (originally $1,099.99) at Walmart [You save $201.99] Vizio 65-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV, $598.00 (originally $749.99) at Walmart [You save $151.99] Vizio 55-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV, $498.00 (originally $548.00) at Walmart [You save $50] TCL 55-inch 6-Series 4K QLED TV, $499.99 (originally $549.00) at Amazon [You save $49.01] TCL 55-inch 6-Series 4K QLED TV (2018 model), $399.00 (originally $899.99) at Ebay [You save $500.99] Samsung 65-inch Q70 4K QLED TV, $949.99 (originally $1,399.99) at Best Buy [You save $450] Samsung 55-inch Q70 4K QLED TV, $849.99 (originally $1,199.99) at Best Buy [You save $350] Samsung 65-inch Q60 4K QLED TV, $799.99 (originally $1,099.99) at Best Buy [You save $300] Hisense 55-inch H8F 4K TV, $424.99 (originally $499.99) at Best Buy [You save $75] Best budget LED TV deals For buyers who are less concerned about picture quality and more interested in simply finding an affordable display with reliable smart TV connectivity, there are plenty of budget-friendly options to consider. These models don't include advanced image features like local dimming or quantum dots, but they all still include basic 4K HDR playback capabilities. Budget LED TVs can also be found in smaller screen sizes for people who want to purchase a TV that's suitable for a smaller living room or bedroom. A decent smaller screen size option on sale right now is the Insignia 43-inch Fire TV Edition display. This model is on sale for just $249.99, and it includes built-in support for the Amazon Fire TV platform. Meanwhile, if you're looking for a really big TV on a budget, then the Hisense 70-inch 4K Roku TV offers a lot of value for a sale price of just $499.99. This model includes integrated support for Roku's easy to use smart TV interface. TCL 55-inch 5 Series 4K TV, $349.99 (originally $399.99) at Best Buy [You save $50] LG 55-inch 7 Series 4K TV, $427.99 (originally $449.99) at Best Buy [You save $22] Hisense 70-inch R6200F Series 4K Roku TV, $499.99 (originally $599.99) at Best Buy [You save $100] Samsung 58-inch 7100 Series 4K TV, $499.99 (originally $549.99) at Walmart [You save $50] Samsung 49-inch 8 Series 4K TV, $499.99 (originally $649.99) at Best Buy [You save $150] Samsung 43-inch 7 Series 4K TV, $299.99 (originally $329.99) at Best Buy [You save $30] Insignia 43-inch Fire TV Edition 4K TV, $249.99 (originally $299.99) at Best Buy [You save $50]