Our take: Just $5 less insane, this set has the advantage of NOT being sold in-store only at Walmart. If you're near an HHGregg and want to pay almost as little as possible for a 40-inch TV, it makes a tempting target.
Our take: This Midwest regional superstore is the only one on the list to offer a 43-inch size (so far), challenging the others with a seriously crazy dollar-per-inch cost. But not as crazy as the next TV...
Our take: At 50 inches, 4K resolution won't make any difference in image quality (unless you connect a computer), but that might not matter to you at this price. This is the only TV on page one of Target's Black Friday circular, so it will probably sell out very quickly.
Our take: Why is this image so generic? Because the only thing Amazon will say about this deal is that it's a "Premium brand 55-inch 1080p Smart LED TV." It's actually more expensive than many of the 4K sets at this size or smaller, but that doesn't really matter in terms of picture quality. On the other hand maybe its "Premium"-ness is enough for you.
Our take: This price seems to be the cheapest for 4K at this size, and now there are three on this list from different stores. At this size and up we're seeing more 4K TVs than standard 1080p ones. This deal is an online exclusive
Our take: The third 55-inch 4K TV we've seen at this price and also the one with the least name recognition. That means it's probably the least likely to sell out immediately. H-E-B, a regional chain in Texas, also has a 32-inch Quasar for $98.
Our take: One of Amazon's highlighted rotating bargains costs a bit more than some of the other 4K sets at this size, and the fact that it's an LG doesn't necessarily mean it's any better than the others in terms of picture quality.
Our take: The cheapest price yet for 65-inch TV, this in-store-only deal might be reason enough to hhead to Gregg. Interestingly, I haven't seen any great prices on 1080p 65-inch sets this year. It's 4K all the way at this size and larger.
Our take: Notice a pattern? We really like Roku TVs at the budget level , and this example is the cheapest yet. We doubt its image quality is any better than any of the other no-name brands, but we guarantee its built-in Smart TV suite is.