Now is the time to score last season’s 4K TVs on super sale
UPDATE: Jan. 18, 2023, 1:30 p.m. EST This story has been updated with the latest 4K and 8K TV deals. Check out our favorites below:
BEST 55-INCH TV DEAL: The Toshiba 55-inch C350 Series 4K Fire TV is the cheapest 55-inch on our list and operates on Amazon’s wicked easy-to-navigate Fire TV platform — $299.99$469.99 (save $170)
BEST 65-INCH TV DEAL: The Samsung 65-inch QN800B 8K QLED TV is Samsung’s more affordable 8K offering and is great for watching sports in bright rooms — $2,599.99$3,499.99 (save $900)
BEST 75-INCH TV DEAL: The LG 75-inch 83 Series QNED TV combines mini LED backlighting and NanoCell tech for juicy color and more precise contrast — $1,499.99$2,499.99 (save $1,000)
Upgrading to a 4K TV — even a QLED or OLED — no longer has to be an intimidating financial setback. High-quality TVs featuring punchy colors, decipherable shadows, and smooth transitions have become increasingly affordable for regular consumers, made even more budget-friendly by frequent sales from retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon.
TV deals are categorized by brand, then listed in order of size (smallest to largest) and price (lowest to highest).
Enjoy the rest of the football season on a supersized Samsung QLED, now $200 below its price from Cyber Monday. The 2021 Q70A Series isn’t Samsung’s cheapest or most expensive QLED, but it checks all the right boxes for watching sports and gaming: direct backlighting with local dimming, crisp HDR, and bright quantum dot color even in sunlit rooms.
One $1,000 discount left in the aftermath of Best Buy’s holiday sale brings a massive LG QNED TV below $1,500. QNED is a mashup of LG’s NanoCell technology and quantum dots (which amp up color depth using an extra light filter of nanoparticles) and the backlighting of mini LEDs (for more precise contrast through extra dimming zones).
Sony debuted a handful of groundbreaking products at CES 2023. TVs weren’t one of them. But the absence of a new line isn’t stopping retailers from following the unspoken January rule of heavily discounting last year’s models. Arguably one of the internet’s favorite TVs right now, the A95K provides a dynamic watching experience through the Bravia QD-OLED panel, which combines the precise viewing angles of OLED and the color-boosting quantum dot layer of QLED.
Before you hit “Buy Now” on Amazon’s 75-inch Omni 4K TV, which is only about 18% off at $799.99, consider Toshiba’s 75-inch entry-level version of the Fire TV instead — it’s $230 less than the Omni. For a budget model, the C350 Series has good color and decent viewing angles, plus a responsive layout away from your streaming apps.