Just because Prime Day came and went before you had a chance to get yourself a new TV (shame on you, by the way), doesn't mean you're out of luck: There are still lots available right now. After surges in demand, retailers have found themselves with massive amounts of overstock — which means deeper discounts for you. Below I'm going to highlight some top picks.
- $150 $230 at Amazon
TCL 32-inch 3-Series 720p Roku Smart TV, 2021 Model
- $230 at Amazon
SAMSUNG M5 Series 24-Inch FHD 1080p Smart Monitor
- $150 $180 at Amazon
RCA 32-Inch 720p HD LED Flat Screen TV
- $250 at Amazon
TCL 40-inch Class 3-Series HD LED Smart Android TV - 40S334, 2021 Model
- $157 $190 at Amazon
LG Electronics 24LM530S-PU 24-Inch HD webOS 3.5 Smart TV
- $400 $530 at Amazon
Hisense U6 Series 50" Smart Fire TV (2022 Model)
- $240 $410 at Amazon
Amazon Fire TV 43" Omni Series 4K UHD smart TV, hands-free with Alexa
- $200 $240 at Amazon
VIZIO 40-inch D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV
- $397 $450 at Amazon
Hisense 55A6G 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TV with Alexa Compatibility (2021 Model), Black, TV Only
- $500 $830 at Amazon
Amazon Fire TV 65" Omni Series
- $458 $528 at Amazon
Samsung 32" Class Frame QLED LS03 Series
- $800 $1,198 at Amazon
Samsung 55" Class QLED 4K TV
- $750 $1,100 at Amazon
Amazon Fire TV 75" Omni Series 4K UHD smart TV
- $2,399 $2,798 at Amazon
Sony Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google 85" TV
- $2,646 $3,500 at Amazon
Sony Bravia XR OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google 77" TV
Personally, I find the Roku interface a bit easier to navigate, but Fire TV offers a few worthwhile perks, including excellent Alexa integration and support for both casual and console-style gaming (the latter courtesy of Amazon's Luna service).
Best TV deals under $200
You could do a lot worse than this TCL 32-inch 3-Series 720p Roku Smart TV, which combines a killer price with "smart" functionality (allowing you to access more than half a million movies and TV eps via its Roku app).
And before you turn your nose up at its 720p resolution, we'll let you in on a secret: At this screen size, you'll have all the vividness you'll need.
High-def, 720p resolution, built-in Roku, 3 HDMI ports and weighing in at a sprightly 8 lbs., this set is a go-anywhere, do-nearly-anything winner.
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Best TV deals under $400
This is where things start to get interesting, and where you need to decide what matters more: screen size or image quality. Because just $400 can buy you a 65-inch TV, which is amazing, but it can also buy you a 50-inch TV that employs quantum dot technology. In layman's terms: better color, contrast, brightness and motion.
Bigger is almost always better, but if this TV is headed for, say, a den or bedroom (as opposed to a sprawling living room), you might be happier with the smaller of the two screens. That's the Hisense U6 Series 50-inch 4K Quantum Dot QLED Smart Fire TV for $493 (regularly $530). This rivals the lowest price on record for this model, though the record is pretty short: It just came out in 2022.
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The Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 65-inch has been selling for $500 (down from $800) for quite a while — and it still is. But it's such a great deal that it made my list. (Read my Amazon Fire TV Omni Series review to learn more — including why you might want this model over the aforementioned Insignia F30 65-inch for $100 less.)
Stop everything: This set is $1,000 off! Browse over 700,000 TV episodes and movies, all at the touch of a button. Plus, this oversized 85-inch screen will make sure you never want to leave your couch.
Say hello to more depth, texture, and even exclusive features for Playstation 5 owners.
By the way, as with virtually all Prime Day deals, you need an Amazon Prime subscription (which also nets you fast, free shipping on most items, among other perks). Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day Amazon Prime trial here.
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