Yes, wide range of TVs right now, at sizes all the way up to 75-inch behemoths.is a giant 2-day sales event that hits on July 15 and 16 this year. And Walmart is one of several retailers having its own . But you don't have to wait until then to save on TVs: both and Walmart have some nice sales on a
Yes, most of these are 2018 models, but don't worry: You're getting a much better deal, and many of the newer models have only incremental picture quality improvements.
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This 60 incher from Hisense boasts a 4K resolution, HDR and Roku. You'd be hard pressed to find a 60-inch TV for less what this Hisense is currently selling for.
CNET Reviews loved the image quality of this midrange 4K Bravia model, with its deep black levels, accurate color, solid video processing and very good high dynamic range performance. The only issue we had with it was its price, but that's less of an issue now that Walmart has slashed it by $700 to bring the cost to an all-time low. Read Sony XBR-X900F series review.
Vizio's budget E Series is getting replaced by the new V Series, but that just means there are deals to be had on the remaining 2018 E Series models. Plus, the V Series has big shoes to fill. Vizio's E Series has long been favorite of CNET's for budget buyers, thanks to local dimming technology. You can save big on this 75-inch E Series model. Read Vizio E-Series 2018 review.
Originally published earlier. Updated to specify Prime Day sales, and to remove products no longer on sale.