Thursday September 29, 2022

Get the best deals on 4K TVs

The future looks bright for those looking to get a great TV at a significant discount, with CES 2022 wrapping earlier this year. Many manufacturers, including Samsung and LG, announced new versions of their most popular models at the event. These included The Frame and LG’s new C2 line and new QDOLED models from Sony and Samsung. Now that Samsung and LG have released pricing details and launched their new TVs, prices are beginning to fall for the last-gen 2021 models. However, there are still great deals available. There are many 4K TVs on sale, with a variety of sizes, prices, and feature options. We’ve compiled the best TV deals for four main categories: a secondary TV for your bedroom, a high-end OLED for cinema-like experiences, and a high-end OLED for the living room.
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Highlights from the range
Model
Size
List Price
Sale Price
Retailers

Model
Size
List Price
Sale Price
Retailers

Vizio H1 OLED
55-inch
$1,199.99
~$806
Amazon

LG A1 OLED
55-inch
$1,199.99
~$997
Amazon
B&H Photo
Best Buy
Newegg

LG C1 OLED
55-inch
$2,099.99
~$1,197
Amazon
B&H Photo
Target
Best Buy

TCL 5-Series S546
75-inch
$1,299.99
~$899
Amazon
Best Buy

Amazon Omni Fire 4K TV
65-inch
$829.99
~$500
Amazon

Insignia 4K HDR FireTV Edition

65-inch
$569.99
~$450
Best Buy
Amazon

TCL 6-Series R635
55-inch
$948.00
~$750
Walmart
Best Buy
B&H Photo
Amazon

Samsung Neo QLED QN90A
55-inch
$1,799.99
~$1,299
Best Buy
Samsung

The best 4K TV deals available to most people
Sony X80J

Note about Best Buy purchases
Best Buy offers additional perks on many of its TVs, unlike other retailers. Although they change from week-to-week, you can see the incentives for each TV in the “Special offers” section below the “Add To Cart” button. These deals can help you save money on soundbars or accessories for your home theater. Others are targeted at streaming services and other items that you might bundle with your purchase.

The 55-inch X80J TV from Sony has Google TV software integrated. This means that you don’t need to buy additional streaming boxes such as an Apple TV or Chromecast. The LED panel supports HDR10 and HLG as well as Dolby Vision HDR. It also has four HDMI ports, one of which is HDMIARC. Although it’s not a very expensive product, Walmart currently has the 55-inch model at $598, instead of $799.99. Best Buy has a variety of sizes available. The smaller 43-inch model is on sale for $499.99 ($100).

Sony X80J (55-inch)

$598

$800

26% Discount

Sony’s X80J TV has Google TV built in, as well as four HDMI ports that can be used to plug in streaming boxes and game consoles.

$598

Walmart

TCL 6-Series (Roku Model)
If you want to balance performance and price, the TCL 6-Series R635 is a good choice. The last-gen Roku model features a QLED panel but has Mini LED backlighting. This allows for better brightness and contrast. The 55-inch model is currently available for $749.99 ($250 off) at Walmart. B&H Photo, Best Buy, and Amazon. However, we have seen the R635 drop as low as $650 in past years. Amazon and Best Buy also sell the 65-inch model for $999.99 (Amazon), which is $300 off, and the 75-inch model for $1,299.99 (Best Buy).

TCL 6-Series R635 (55 inches)

$698

$950

27% Discount

TCL’s 6-Series line includes 4K HDR, MiniLED backlighting and four HDMI ports.

$698

Walmart

$700

Amazon

TCL 5-Series (GoogleTV model)
The 5-Series is a smaller display than the 6-Series, but it’s worth looking at if you’re looking for a larger one. The latest model features a QLED panel similar to the 6-Series. However, it lacks Mini LED backlighting, and can only display 120Hz at 1440p. The 6-Series can display 4K at 120Hz. The newer model uses Google TV software, rather than the Roku software on the 5-Series. This allows it to offer personalized recommendations and access thousands of streaming apps. If you are looking for a QLED TV with vivid colors and high contrast, but don’t want to spend the extra money on the 6-Series, this is a great option. Amazon and Best Buy are currently selling the 75-inch model at a bargain price of $899.99. This is a significant discount from the $1,299.99 that they normally charge.

Image: TCL

TCL 5-Series S546 (75 inches)

$900

$1,300

31% Discount

TCL’s 5-Series S546 features a QLED panel and supports a variable refresh rate. It also uses the Google TV platform. It also supports Dolby Vision, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, just like the 6-Series.

$900

Amazon

$900

Best Buy

The best TV deals for a budget
Insignia’s 4K HDR FireTV Edition
A 4K TV doesn’t necessarily have to cost a lot. You can spend as little as $500 and still get a TV with excellent image quality and features. The perfect example is Insignia’s F30 series Fire TV, which supports HDR10 and HDMI ARC, as well as other features.
The current price of the 4K smart television is $449.99 for the 65-inch model. This is a $120 savings and the same price as that of the 55-inch model. You can also purchase the 50-inch version for $299.99 ($100 off) at Amazon and Best Buy.

Insignia F30 Series FireTV (65-inch).

$450

$570

22% Discount

Insignia’s Fire TV Edition4K TV 2021 includes HDR10 for a richer, more vivid picture. It also has three HDMI ports with support for HDMIARC and eARC. This allows you to send sound through an HDMI Cable instead of audio cables.

$450

Best Buy

$450

Amazon

Toshiba Smart Fire TV Edition
Toshiba’s 55 inch C350 Series Fire TV is another Fire TV Edition TV deal. It normally retails at $469.99. The 4K LED TV, as the name suggests, allows you to stream content from Netflix and Disney Plus, and also offers live TV. The new models include an Alexa-enabled remote and an easy-to use interface. They also support Dolby Vision HDR10 and HDR10. Amazon currently has the 55-inch model for $349.99 via Best Buy, while Best Buy is selling it at $379.99. Other configurations are also available, including the 75 inch model for $719.99, instead of $899.99 (Amazon and Best Buy).

Toshiba C350 Series Fire TV (55-inch)

$380

$470

20% Discount

A 4K LED TV that is affordable and includes Fire TV tech. This model stands out among the many Fire TV Edition models that support Dolby Vision HDR or HDR10.

$380

Best Buy

$350

Amazon

TCL Class 4-Series
TCL also offers competitively priced televisions. The 4-Series lineup from TCL is one of the most affordable on the market. The S435 model has a built-in Roku interface and dual-band WiFi, HDR10 and support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. The 55-inch model is currently available at Best Buy and Amazon for $359.99, $20 less than its usual retail price.

TCL Class 4-Series (55 inches)

$360

$380

Take 6% off

TCL’s Class 4-Series 60Hz TV includes HDR, a built in Roku interface, and support to Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri.

$360

Best Buy

$360

Amazon

Amazon Omni Fire TV
The first Amazon TV, the Omni Fire 4K TV TV, was launched in November. It starts at $370. The TV’s self-branded features include the ability to query Alexa even while the TV is off, aswell as low input lag and support two-way video calling. It received a 7/10 in our review. We also noted the TV’s strong Alexa integration and support of Apple’s AirPlay 2, among others. However, TCL and similar-priced television manufacturers offer better picture quality.
The 55-inch model has been selling for as low as $369.99 recently, but it’s now only $559.99, which is its full retail price. The 65-inch model, which supports Dolby Vision HDR, is currently on sale at Amazon for $499.99.

Amazon Omni Fire TV (65 inches)

$500

$830

Save 40%

Amazon’s new Omni fire 4K TV has built-in microphones to allow Alexa commands and low input lag. It also supports two-way video calling. It also has access to Netflix, Prime Video and Disney Plus, as well as most of the major streaming services.

$500

Amazon

Vizio M7-Series Premium Quantum
The Vizio M7-Series Quantum TV, a mid-range TV with excellent picture quality, is worth considering. The 2021 model features a 60Hz panel and supports Apple’s AirPlay 2, AMD freeSync, and a variable refreshing rate (VRR). It also features Vizio’s SmartCast and a built in Chromecast. This allows you to cast content directly from your phone and access Netflix and Disney Plus, as well as all your favorite streaming services.
Amazon and Best Buy currently sell the 55-inch model at $548. This is a $200 discount. The larger 70-inch model is also available at a steep discount of around $798 at Amazon and Best Buy. This is approximately $300 off the original list price.

Vizio M7-Series Premium Quantum TV (55-inch)

$548

$750

27% Discount

Vizio’s M7-Series Quantum TV features a 60Hz panel and native FreeSync support. It also has a variable refresh rate (VRR) and a Chromecast that allows you to access all your favorite apps.

$548

Walmart

$548

Amazon

OLED TVs at the best prices
OLED TVs offer the best image quality in a mainstream TV and were heavily discounted during Black Friday, Cyber Tuesday, and the Super Bowl. You may still be able to score a great deal if you missed the sales. Many of the most popular models are still available at a discount.
LG A1 OLED
Multiple retailers are currently offering discounts on various sizes of the LG A1 OLED. The 55-inch OLED TV is currently on sale for $996.99 (300 off) at Best Buy, B&H Photo and Amazon. This is the lowest price we’ve ever seen for the budget-friendly OLED TV. Newegg also offers the same discount along with a $75 Visa gift certificate. No matter which retailer you choose, you will be eligible for six months of Nvidia GeForceNow Priority, which gives you mid-tier access Nvidia’s cloud gaming service.
The A1 supports both Alexa (Google Assistant) and an automatic low latency mode. The 4K TV is not equipped with the same advanced gaming features as the LG C1 model, unlike more expensive OLEDs. It has a slower 60Hz display, lacks HDMI 2.1 and does not support variable refresh rates.

LG A1 OLED (55 inches)

$997

$1,300

Save 24%

LG’s entry-level OLED TV is the A1. It features an auto-low-latency mode, and supports both Alexa (Google Assistant) and Google Assistant. It does not have a fast refresh rate, unlike the more expensive OLEDs.

$997

at Newegg

$997

Amazon

4K TVs for Microsoft Xbox Series X and Sony PS5
Sony’s PS5 can play 4K games in HDR at 120 frames per second, while Microsoft’s Xbox Series X is capable of playing up to 120 frames per seconds. If your TV isn’t taking full advantage of your console, you might consider upgrading to one of these models. You will need a TV that supports HDMI 2.0 for the best experience.
Vizio H1 OLED
Vizio’s first OLED TV (called H1) was previously exclusive to Best Buy. Now it is available at Amazon. The price of the 55-inch model is dropping, whether it’s coincidence or not. It is available for purchase at $806 and costs $1,199.99. With its HDMI 2.1 ports, 120Hz refresh rate support and HDMI 2.1 ports, it is more similar to the LG C1 below. Although it isn’t the only reason this model is so affordable, there are still some issues with it that Vizio hasn’t addressed since its 2021 debut.
According to Rtings.com reviews, the model has issues with HDR10 content. The skin looks splotchy and the variable refresh rate mode may not be reliable. This model is not recommended for enthusiasts. However, it’s not a deal-breaker if you’re looking for an inexpensive OLED.

| Image: Vizio

2021 Vizio 4K OLED Smart TV (55-inch)

$807

$1,200

33% Discount

The 2021 Vizio 4K OLED TV features a 120Hz refresh rate, a pair HDMI 2.1 ports, as well as support Apple’s AirPlay 2, HDR10 and Dolby Vision. It also includes Vizio’s SmartCast and a built-in Chromecast.

$807

Amazon

LG C1 OLED
We recommend the LG C1 line of TVs if you are looking for a stunning TV. The 4K C1 boasts support for Nvidia G-Sync, AMD Freesync, and a 120Hz refresh rate. It also has low input lag. The C1 is available in an 83 inch variant and has a faster processor. It also features a new interface called “Game Optimizer,” which makes good use of a settings panel that conveniently brings together a variety of game-specific settings, such as refresh rate, latency, and so on. — for quicker access.
The 55-inch C1 was sold for $1,196.99, which is its lowest price ever. This deal is available at a variety retailers including Amazon, B&H Photo and Target, Best Buy, LG, and Best Buy. The best deal is to go to BuyDig’s online storefront on eBay. You can pick up the TV for $1,299 and receive a $120 eBay credit. Newegg is offering the TV for $1,196.99 and includes a $50 Visa gift certificate and a 4-year extended warranty. No matter where you buy the TV, you can also claim a six month subscription to Nvidia GeForce Now Priority.
You can also get discounts on larger TVs, as many are selling at record lows. Amazon currently has the 65-inch model for $1,696.99 ($803 discount), which is its lowest price to date.

LG C1 OLED (55 inches)

$1,197

$2,500

Save 53%

The LG C1 OLED begins with a 48-inch model and goes up to 83 inches. This OLED features a 120Hz refresh rate and FreeSync and GSync support. It also has a fast processor.

Samsung Neo QLED QN90A
The Neo QLED QN90A is an OLED alternative. Samsung’s flagship 2021 model uses Mini LED backlighting. This technology allows for better contrast, less “blooming”, around white objects on dark backgrounds, and brightness levels that surpass even the best OLED TVs. The QN90A, like the C1, is designed with gamers in mind. The 2021 model includes an HDMI 2.1 port, a “Game Bar”, which allows you to adjust your screen’s aspect ratio and monitor input lag. You can also check that settings such as HDR or VRR are active. This makes for a better gaming experience.
The 55-inch QN90A was just shy of $1300 during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This is the price it is currently selling at Best Buy and Samsung. You can get a steeper discount by choosing one of the larger configurations. Samsung and Best Buy have taken $500 off the 65 inch model, which is currently on sale for $1,699.99. Woot is also offering the 4K TV at a $500 discount on the 75-inch model. It costs $2,299.99.

Samsung Neo QLED QN90A (55-inch)

$1,298

$1,800

28% Discount

Samsung’s Neo QLEDs, the company’s flagships in 2021, were equipped with Mini LED backlighting to improve contrast and brightness. This is a better alternative to OLED. They also boast HDMI 2.1 and a Game Bar that provides shortcuts to features such as VRR and aspect ratio.

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