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It’s over, but if you’re looking for a ton of deals on a new TV, there are still some deals to get on TVs big and small. Here’s our group of From brands like Sony and Samsung, as well as lesser known brands including Element and Westinghouse. Don’t forget the Roku deals, too. Many of the best TV shows available right now aren’t available on Amazon at all, but instead on The goal and Sam’s club.
We will keep updating this story with the latest deals in this category as more discounts become available.
Prime Day TV’s best deals are still available
Moving on to TVs already sold by Amazon, first is Toshiba’s Fire TV Edition (Model 32LF221U21). we I didn’t like the 2019 version of this TV Because its Fire TV listings pay for Amazon content a lot and are more confusing overall compared to the simplicity of Roku TV. But it does have Alexa built in, and it might be worth another $ 20 over JVC above.
This Element is a 50-inch 4K HDR TV that, just like JVC above, runs our favorite smart TV operating system, the Roku TV. It features three HDMI ports. This is the lowest price for a 50-inch smart TV we’ve seen so far during Prime Day, beating out the previous champ, a JVC Roku TV at Walmart, By $ 18.
Do you feel a pattern here? Again, the best price for a particular size hasn’t been found on Prime Day on Amazon or Fire TV (yet) but on other brand and Roku TVs from other retailers. As with the models above, what we love about this model is the Roku OS and the cheap price.
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So far, the TVs on this list are bargain models without the kinds of picture quality features that make good video, including HDR, really shine. Vizio’s M-Series comes with a full local dimming system that improves contrast and brightness. We haven’t reviewed this TV yet and although we don’t expect it to perform as well as TCL Series 6, It’s a little cheaper, especially during this sale.
The price below is for the 65-inch model but Sam’s Club has it too 55 Inch, $ 429Also, $ 50 off.
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The first TV on this list we’ve reviewed, the 65-inch XBR-X900H is its lowest price ever, down from its original $ 1,600 price, and now it’s just over $ 100 from the competing TCL 6 series. Excellent Sony delivers Android TV OS plus great picture quality and next generation connection type that outperforms Roku and other similarly priced kits – just in time for the new device. Xbox Series X. And the PlayStation 5. Sure, it’s a huge price increase compared to the other three here, but the savings are big, too.
Update: Sony has also lowered the price on 75 inches to $ 1,600Save $ 900. And while both sizes appear to have sold out on Amazon, they’re still available at Best Buy.
If the Sony above is a good TV, even better. This is because it is used OLED technology, Which in our tests offers much better picture quality than any non-OLED TV out there. We haven’t reviewed the A8H but based on the experience we think it will be just as good as the best OLED TV we’ve reviewed – LG customer experience – for $ 700 less for a 65-inch size. The A8H is at an all-time low at major retailers right now, including Amazon and Best Buy, with a 65-inch (listed below) at $ 1,800 and 55 inches in a $ 1,300.
If you want a TV for under $ 100, JVC’s LT-32MAW205 might just be the ticket. After all, this 32-inch HD TV (at 720p) has a Roku built-in, so when you factor in what you’re spending on a Roku media player, it’s like you’re getting the TV for $ 70 or so. This kit contains three HDMI and USB ports and a set of audio and video connections.
Regularly $ 130, you can save about 24% on the sale, while the supplies last.
Samsung QLED isn’t nearly as good as an OLED, But this TV is much bigger and cheaper than the Sony above. The Q60T is Samsung’s most affordable QLED series and it lacks picture quality advantages like Complete local dimming system. We haven’t reviewed the Q60T but based on its specs we doubt it will perform as well as TVs like 75 ” TCL 6-Series. On the one hand, that puts $ 200 less than TCL, so if you care more about size than extreme image quality, it’s worth a look.
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