Best TV Deals: Big Savings on Samsung, LG, Sony, Amazon and More
Upgrade to a new TV for less with deep discounts on a wide variety of brands and sizes.
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Having a solid TV is key when it comes to your home's entertainment space, and upgrading to a new model can make a major difference in your picture quality and the overall viewing experience. Now, if you're looking for high-end models, top tier options can get costly. But for budget-conscious buyers who don't want to spend top dollar, there are plenty of deals out there, even on popular brands and top-rated models.
For folks seeking a big-screen TV with HDR for watching sports and films, or a 120Hz refresh rate TV that's good for gaming on a high-end gaming PC or console, we have options below that could be a good fit. Be sure to check out our TV buying guide before you take the plunge if you need more information on specifications.
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If you know what you want, then consider these deals on some of the best TVs you can buy right now. That includes top-rated brands like Samsung, LG and Amazon. For specific categories, check out our roundups of the best 4K TV deals or the best cheap TV deals. We'll update this page as new offers appear and old ones expire, so check back often.
If you're looking for a quality Samsung TV with a massive screen but don't need a top-dollar OLED display, check out this 85-inch Q60C Series QLED 4K TV. It's a 2023 model that boasts advanced features such as 4K upscaling, object-tracking audio and a remote with built-in solar charging.
The high-end Omni QLED Series is the most advanced series in Amazon's lineup. This 75-inch model, which is $100 off even for non-Prime members, features a stunning 4K UHD display as well as support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision. It also has tons of other cutting-edge features, including adaptive brightness and a built-in microphone for truly hands-free Alexa control.
We love LG OLED TVs for their quality and price. This TV is $500 off right now, helping you save on one of the best TVs out there. The LG C3 is the successor to the LG C2, which is still our favorite high-end TV (but that mainly comes down to the expense). This newer model doesn't offer major improvements, but why change something that works? At this price, it's a lot easier to recommend. The self-lit OLED pixels create beautiful graphics with infinite contrast, perfect black and over a billion vibrant colors. With Filmmaker mode, you can enhance every moment in Dolby Atmos audio for an ultimate home theater experience. You can get a Visa gift card valued at $25 with your purchase.
This TV not only sports a decent screen size with a high resolution but also supports HDR10 and is built on Amazon's Fire TV platform. It also has a game mode that decreases latency and an interesting color remaster mode to restore the colors of older images as close to the original as possible.