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7;s Club. Done, but if you are looking for a great deal on a new TV, there are still some bargains available on television large and small. Here is our line-up of from brands like Sony and Samsung, as well as unknown brands including Element and Westinghouse. Don’t forget the Roku deals too. Many of the best TV deals available today are not on Amazon, but rather are , Target and Sam̵
We will continue to update this story with the latest deals in this category as more discounts are available.
The best deals on Prime Day TV are still available
Switching to the TVs that Amazon actually sells, first of all is the Fire TV Edition (model 32LF221U21) from Toshiba. We don’t like the 2019 version of this TV because the Fire TV menus are heavily driven by Amazon content and are more confusing overall compared to the simplicity of Roku TV. But it does have Alexa built-in, and probably costs another $ 20 over the JVC above.
This Element is a 50-inch 4K TV with HDR that, like JVC above, runs our favorite smart TV OS, Roku TV. It features a trio of HDMI inputs. This price is the lowest for a 50-inch smart TV we saw so far during the Day, beating the previous champ, a JVC Roku TV at Walmart, for $ 18.
Do you feel a pattern here? Again the best prices on a particular size on Daylight can be found not on Amazon or on a Fire TV (yet) but on another brand and Roku TV of another retailer. Like the models above, what we like about this model is the Roku operating system and the cheap price.
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To this day the TVs on this list are bargain models without the kind of image quality features that make great video, including high volatile range, really shine. Vizio’s M-Series includes full-array local dimming that improves contrast and brightness. We haven’t reviewed this TV yet and while we don’t expect it to perform as well as the TCL 6-Series, it is a bit cheaper, especially with this sale.
The price below is for the 65-inch model but Sam’s Club also has a 55-incher $ 429, also a $ 50 discount. Read more about the 2020 Vizio M-Series.
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The first TV on this list we reviewed, the 65-inch XBR-X900H was at its lowest price, down from the original list price of $ 1,600 and now only $ 100 more than the competing TCL 6-Series. This great Sony delivers Android TV operating system as well as excellent image quality and next-generation connectivity higher than Roku and other price-like sets – just in time for on the new Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Sure, it’s a big step up in price from the other three here, but the savings are also huge.
Update: Sony has also dropped the price by 75-inches to $ 1,600, a savings of $ 900. And while the same size appears to be available on Amazon, they are still available at Best Buy. Read our review on the Sony XBR-65X900H.
If the Sony above is a good TV, this one is even better. That is because it uses OLED technology, which in our tests delivers better picture quality than any of the non-OLED TVs out there. We haven’t tested the A8H yet but based on experience we believe it will be as good as the best OLED TV we’ve ever reviewed – the LG’s CX – for $ 700 less than the 65-inch size. The A8H is at an all-time-low among major retailers today, including Amazon and Best Buy, with a 65-incher (listed below) at $ 1,800 and a 55-incher at $ 1,300.
If you want to get a TV for under $ 100, JVC’s LT-32MAW205 may be the ticket only. After all, this 32-inch HD TV (it has 720p resolution) is built into Roku, so when you consider spending on a Roku media player, it looks like you get a TV $ 70 or more. This set has three HDMI inputs, USB and a suite of audio and video connections.
Regular $ 130, you can save almost 24% during the sale, while supplies last.
Samsung’s QLED is not as good as OLED, but this TV is bigger and cheaper than Sony above. The Q60T is Samsung’s most expensive QLED series and has no image quality perks like full-array local dimming. We have not reviewed the Q60T yet but based on its specifications we doubt it will perform as well as TVs like the 75-inch TCL 6-Series. On the other hand, this price puts it at $ 200 less than that TCL, so if you value about the size rather than the highest image quality, it’s worth considering.