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Best October Prime Day TV Deals To Grab Before They're Gone

Amazon's October Prime Day has come to a close, but there are still some major deals on TVs to snag.

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TVs were a major player during Amazon's October Prime Day event, which ended on Wednesday. However, if you're hoping to grab a new screen there are still deals to be had. We've been rounding up sales across the board, including some good budget-friendly options. TVs that can hit a 120Hz refresh rate and come with several HDR standards are still going for less than $500.

Over the years, we've found that the Prime Day TV deals aren't quite as good as the ones you'll see during Black Friday and the holiday season. But if you can't wait that long, it's still a great time to buy. Be sure to check out our guide for more advice about what to look for in a new TV, including which size is best, whether you need 4K and which types of TV offer the best picture quality. 

We've rounded up some October Prime Day deals that are still available and are worth checking out. We'll keep updating this list as new bargains appear, or as old deals expire, so check back for the latest offers.

Best Prime Day deals on TVs you can still get

A number of the TVs from the Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED line are still on sale right now, and they promise great picture quality through full-array local dimming and support for most types of HDR, including Dolby Vision IQ.

The TVs run Amazon's Fire OS, giving you access to streaming apps like Prime Video, Netflix, Disney Plus and more. They also have an "ambient experience" mode, converting the TV into a hands-free smart display with customizable artwork.


The Vizio 50-inch MQX-Series is a great all-arounder TV, whether you like sports or gaming. The 120Hz base refresh rate works well for any films or games that are action-packed and can even hit 240Hz at 1080p, so you have a lot of options for how you want to watch or play. We don't often see these refresh rates at these prices, so this is a great deal


The Sony Bravia X90L is the company's flagship LCD, and it features a full-array backlight and 4K resolution. It includes HDR and Dolby Vision support, gaming features and HDMI 2.1. 

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Television bezels have ranged from the ostentation of the LG Scarlet to the "not really there" of modern TVs. Samsung's The Frame brings back some of the glamour, and it's still on sale. It has an anti-reflective coating and QLED backlighting. All of the Frames are discounted, but the amount varies by bezel color and size.


The QN90C is an upgrade to last year's QN90B -- a 4K TV that CNET's David Katzmaier said had the best non-OLED picture he's ever seen. We have yet to test the QN90C, but we expect the TV to be at least as good as its predecessor.

Features include mini-LED backlighting with better local dimming, plus an anti-glare coat on every model.


Read our first take on the QN90C.

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Without a doubt, the best TV we have ever seen is the LG G3 -- it has excellent color, brightness and contrast. It stomps on anything else you can buy right now. The main problem is that you pay handsomely for the privilege. But at a $600-plus discount the 65-inch is at least a little easier on the wallet.


The last few years have seen some excellent models from Hisense, including the U8H, a TV that Katzmaier said "outperforms just about every other TV in its price range." The U8K is the latest version of this TV -- it includes a mini-LED backlight, gaming features and 4K resolution -- and at $400 off it looks to be an excellent deal.


In our budget TV shootout, the TCL 4-Series combined decent image quality with our favorite smart TV system, and this price is still incredibly low for a 50-inch TV. 


The Amazon Fire TV 4 Series is the company's entry-level range, but the specs are relatively good. The 55-inch is offering a 27% discount and includes 4K resolution, HDR 10 support and an Alexa voice remote.


Expired deals

If you want the best possible picture, you shouldn't mess around with anything other than OLED. LG makes the best OLED TVs out there, and even though the newer C3 is a good TV, the C2 is almost as good, and it's way cheaper.

At $1,097, the 55-inch model is close to the lowest price we've seen.


Read our LG OLED C2 Series 2022 review.

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