Best Buy has a handful of great TV deals going at the moment. And with the NCAA Final Four tipping off Saturday, this could be a particularly excellent moment to upgrade your home entertainment setup.
As Rick Broida Insignia 32-inch LED TV with built-in Fire TV. But there are also a number of bigger options available, all with smart TV capabilities built in, courtesy of Roku or . Check them out below., today only, $100 will get you an
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Sharp 50-inch LED TV with built-in Roku TV: $230 (save $100)Best Buy
It wasn't this exact model, but we did review a very similar 50-inch Sharp LED TV (model LC-50LB371U). Bottom line: This Sharp Roku TV will make a great secondary or bedroom set, or a prime primary TV if you value streaming and convenience above all else. Yes, it's 1080p -- not 4K -- but still, a 50-inch LED Roku TV at this price is a steal.Read full review
Insignia 50-inch LED TV with built in Fire TV: $250 (save $100)
This is a 50-inch 4K TV for $250! And though Roku TVs get most of the attention these days, the Fire TV option is arguably just as good, with most of the same streaming apps: Netflix, Hulu, HBO and so on. And you get the benefit of an Alexa-enabled remote, so you can just tell the TV which channel you want.
Toshiba 49-inch LED TV with built in Fire TV: $200 (save $130)Insignia
If you have an Alexa speaker and you're looking for a 50-ish inch TV, this may be your jam. Unlike a Roku TV, every Fire TV Edition television includes a voice remote with Alexa. And if you have an Alexa speaker like an Echo Dot, you can turn on the TV, switch inputs, perform searches and do a bunch of other stuff hands-free, no remote required. This isn't the greatest TV in terms of picture quality, but you'll be hard-pressed to find alternatives this size, with Fire TV built in, at this price.Read full review
Toshiba 43-inch LED TV with built in Fire TV: $180 (save $120)Sarah Tew/CNET
Normally priced at $300, this 43-inch Toshiba Fire TV is a stone cold steal at $180. There's no debating the value of Amazon's Fire TV smarts -- and this set also has three HDMI inputs, which should prove ample given that you don't have to connect any kind of streaming stick or box. More than 500 buyers collectively rated this 4.6 stars, so it's a good bet you'll be happy with your purchase.
Insignia 32-inch LED TV with built-in Fire TV: $100 (save $70)Sarah Tew/CNET
Today only, and while supplies last, Best Buy is shaving $70 off the regular price of this 32-inch Fire TV. You get access to various Alexa skills and a huge library of Amazon apps. There's a built-in tuner should you wish to connect an antenna, and three HDMI inputs for things like cable boxes and game consoles.