55″ LG OLED 4K Smart HDTV for as Low as $897 ($1047 Plus Bonus $150 Dell Gift Card)
This is the best prices we’ve seen all year long on LG OLED 4K TVs. OLED TVs are still considered the TV to buy if you want the absolute best image quality. They are superior to traditional LED LCD TVs thanks to their unparalleled contrast ratios and black levels. Of course they are also fully HDR compatible and have Smart TV functionality.
The price by itself is the best you’ll find on the internet, but the gift card is what makes this deal really stand out. The gift card can be used on anything at Dell, including video game consoles, monitors, PCs, electronics, and more. You’ll receive it within 2 weeks after the TV ships and carries a 90-day expiration.
Huge HDTV Markdowns at Dell with Gift Card Bonus (55″ Sony XBR OLED 4K TV For as Low as $1598)
Dell kicks off a new week of TV deals. You will find both value-minded and uber high end options available. Not only are these TVs marked down to the lowest current prices you’ll find anywhere, they all also include a gift card that can be used on almost anything at Dell.com, including consoles, monitors, VR headsets, games, video cards, and PCs. You’ll receive the gift card within 2 weeks after the TV ships and carries a 90-day expiration.
4K Smart HDTVs
4K Smart HDTVs with True HDR
LG OLED 4K Smart HDTVs with True HDR
$250 Off the 70″ Seiki 4K Smart HDTV, Now $549.99
You won’t find a less expensive brand new 70″ 4K TV. It even has Smart capability.
45% Off the 55″ Sony BRAVIA XBR-55X800 4K Smart HDTV, Now Only $659
Here’s a deal that just popped into my radar. This TV is normally priced over $800 at Walmart and everywhere else. This is an “XBR” class TV from Sony so it’s one of their premium models. A 55″ screen size for under $500 is a total steal.
43% Off 43″ LG 43UK6200 4K Smart HDTV, $199
If you’re looking for a small TV that will fit your cubby, bedroom, dorm space, or any place else where a large TV simply won’t fit, this TV is compact without being eye-squintingly small, sports razor sharp 4K resolution, and has Smart TV functionality.
50% Off 50″ Sceptre 1080p HDTV, Now $179.99
If you don’t need 4K or built-in Smart TV functionality, then this TV’s value can’t be beat. Let’s face it, even most of us who do own 4K TVs primarily watch 1080p or lower content. Also, you can always pick up an Amazon Fire TV Stick or Chromecast for a superior Smart TV experience than an integrated solution.
2018 Model 65″ Vizio D65X-G1 4K Smart HDTV for $479.99 (50″ for $280, 55″ for $340)
The new 2018 model Vizio D-series TVs are priced lower than what we saw on Black Friday. At its price point, the Vizio D-series TVs are one of the best rated panels around. Extending the warranty to 3 years only costs $26.
60″ RCA 4K HDTV for $329.99 (Originally $700)
This TV takes the cake for least expensive 60″ 4K TV so far in 2019. As a trade-off, it doesn’t have built-in Smart functionality, but that’s nothing an Amazon Fire TV Stick or Google Chromecast won’t fix.
Lowest TV Prices of 2019: 55″ Sceptre 4K TV for $239.99 or 65″ for $389.99
Sceptre strips down all the features you don’t need – like Smart functionality – and gives you the absolute lowest prices around. What? You want a Smart TV? Just get yourself an Amazon Fire Stick or Fire TV with 4K and HDR (which are both currently sale for Amazon Prime members) and you get all of the same functionality.
55″ TCL 55R615 4K HDR Smart HDTV (Refurb) for $349 (Originally $599.99)
The TCL 6-series TVs are considered some of the best bangs for the buck (check out our review, the 55R615 and 55R617 models are identical). They have excellent image quality in its price range and have full HDR10 support thanks to its local dimming and wide color gamut.
Best Buy’s TV deal page updates every week, on Sunday. Although most of their TVs are non-deals (regular price), some of the TVs on sale can be some of the lowest across the net. Bookmark when you’re TV hunting.Auctions from eBay’s Daily Deal page work differently from your typical eBay auction. All of these deals are “Buy It Now” only and vendors have been screened and vetted by eBay. Most have tens if not hundreds of thousands of reviews with 98%+ feedback. Some of the TV deals here are the best you’ll find, ever. Just make sure you read the fine print.
TV Buying Guide
Before spending money on a brand new TV, I’d suggest you take some time to answer these questions first. Your TV purchase could last you a long while, so you want to make sure you pick one that will satisfy you for years to come.
What Size TV Are You Looking For?
Get the biggest TV that your space can fit and that your budget allows. The #1 regret for TV buyers is wishing they had gone with a bigger size. Common TV sizes range from 32″ to 86″. Currently the sweet spot for value lies in the 50″ to 65″ TV size range.
What Is Your Budget?
TV price depends on many factors, including screen size, brand, features, and of course deal quality. The price can range from under $100 all the way to thousands of dollars. It’s important for you to set yourself a firm price ceiling or you could possibly spend far above what you expected. In my opinion, the vast majority of people should be easily able to find a TV they are happy with a budget of $700.
What Features Do You Need?
When you upgrade, what features would you benefit from? The obvious choices here are 4K, Smart functionality, and extra HDMI ports.
4K is actually not quite necessary at the moment; most content is unavailable in 4K and most 4K TV owners watch 1080p or 720p content. However, 4K is inevitably progressing in both video and gaming, and it may very well become the standard format within the next 2-4 years. If you want a TV that will last, it’s best to ride the 4K wave.
Smart functionality is also useful because your TV can be a hub for all of your streaming content such as Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Video, and more without the need for an external device. You’ll save the expense of having to buy yet another TV accessory, installation hassles, and the loss of an HDMI port.
In terms of connectivity, you’ll want to figure out how many HDMI inputs you’ll need. If you have 3 gaming consoles, that will take up 3 ports right there. A soundbar may take up another port. So would a DVR, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire Stick. If you don’t have enough ports you could get an HDMI splitter, but that would add to the cost.
Fortunately, the features listed above do not add much to the cost of the TV. As you get to pricier TVs, the primarily difference is in picture quality. HDR (high dynamic range) capable TVs have higher contrast ratios and deeper blacks for a more realistic picture than can’t be emulated on a standard LED LCD TV. Multi-zone LED backlighting also improves on black levels by allowing LEDs to completely turn on and off independent of each other. OLED TVs have the highest contrast levels and deepest blacks, but you could easily pay 3x-4x the cost of a budget TV.
Do You Have Brand Loyalty?
Traditionally Samsung, LG, and Sony have stood at the top of the heap in terms of reputation. They have a proven track record of offering some of the highest quality TVs on the market. However, in recent years, other TV brands have been able to catch up to the point that I would call them equals. Vizio is one of the best selling brands and their M and P-series TVs are just as good as if not better than most of the TVs offered by the “big three”. Even more recent newcomer TCL has been combining great quality panels with Roku smart functionality in a very affordable package. In my opinion, the Roku interface is by far the best Smart interface compared to any other TV. Likewise, Toshiba and Element have partnered with Amazon to develop the only TVs on the market with Amazon Fire TV.
What Else to Consider?
Only you will really know what level of picture quality satisfies you. Check the TV out in person at your local store, decide what you are happy with, price compare (and check this page), and then make your purchase. For larger TVs, I would recommend buying from a store that has retail locations that allows online returns, or an online vendor that has an outstanding return policy. It can be very aggravating to return a TV to an online vendor that doesn’t have great customer service to begin with. For smaller TVs, breakage is less of an issue and I would just recommend you base your purchase on whatever reputable vendor has it the cheapest. Most TVs carry a 1-year warranty but if the price is right, extend it to 2-3 years. It’s easier dealing with a local entity that honors your extended warranty than with an overseas manufacturer.Eric Song is IGN’s deal curator and spends roughly 1/4 of his income on stuff he posts. Check out his latest Daily Deals Article, follow him at IGN Deals on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his IGN Deals Newsletter.