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Manufacturers feel a need to release a new model each and every year, despite the fact that TV technology actually progresses relatively slowly. That’s not a bad thing. With every new model release, previous year models take a significant price cut. Even now, just one month into 2018, there are plenty of TV deals that match or beat the prices we saw on Black Friday. I’m here to lay out the best deals that are currently available, and I’ll keep this page updated throughout the year.


New Dell TV Sale – Bonus Gift Cards with 4K HDR HDTVs

Dell’s TV sale is consistently one of the best places to find deals on 4K TVs. The deals are updated every Monday morning so if there isn’t a TV you’re interested in, just check back again. Most of the discounts are in the form of a Dell eGift Card, which can be used on anything at Dell (except other Dell gift cards). That includes gaming consoles, video games and accessories, gaming laptops and monitors, and much more.



55″ Samsung UN55MU7000 4K Smart HDTV for $549.99

If you’re looking for a good deal on a name brand 55″ TV, this Samsung 7000 series won’t break your bank. It’s also a nice step up in quality compared to the much more common 6000 series.



65″ Samsung UN65MU6290 4K Smart HDTV for $847.99

If 55 inches is too small for you, the 65-inch model is also on sale.



55″ Samsung UN55MU8500 Curved 4K HDR Smart HDTV $699.99

The Samsung 8500-series is a premium end model that is better than most Samsung (and other branded) TVs out there. It offers up true HDR support, which means that the panel features local dimming, wide color gamut, and sufficient peak brightness required for HDR.



65″ Vizio P65-E1 4K True HDR Smart HDTV for $1098

The P series is one of Vizio’s highest end HDTVs. Image quality compares to the high end models you’d find from Sony, LG, and Samsung, but at a lower price point. It also has all the qualities of true HDR including a 10-bit full-array 128-zone LED backlit panel, wide color gamut, and local dimming.



65″ Vizio M65-E0 4K True HDR Smart HDTV for $898

If the P series is a tad rich for your blood, you should take a hard look at the M-series. This is Vizo’s least expensive model with true HDR support. Whereas the P series can stand toe to toe with the highest end TVs, the M series is better than most mid-range TVs.



Crazy Vizio 4K TV Prices at Walmart (70″ for $998)

True HDR 4K TVs:




Crazy Sceptre 4K TV Prices at Walmart (55″ for $250)

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, Google Chromecast and you get all of the same functionality.



Hisense 55″ 4K Smart HDTV for $319.99

The least expensive 55″ 4K TV you’ll find with smart functionality.



55″ TCL 55S405 4K Smart HDTV for $399.99

This TV is stacked in every possible way except for price. It’s 4K, HDR ready, has Roku cooked right in, it’s 55-inches, and it has excellent reviews. If you’re on a budget, this is one of the best 55″ TVs you’ll find under $400.



55″ Sony XBR 55X900E 4K UHD HDR LED LCD Smart HDTV for $998

The highly rated X900E is a true HDR capable TV set and comparable to the highest end models from LG and Samsung at a lower price point.



New Release – TCL 6-Series 4K HDR HDTVs from $649.99

These TCL TVs are considered some of the best bang for the buck. They have excellent image quality in its price range and have full HDR10 support thanks to its local dimming and wide color gamut features. The 6 series even includes a voice activated remote. This new series has been pretty highly anticipated and will probably go out of stock quickly.



55″ Sony XBR 55X930E 4K True HDR Smart HDTV for $1498

The XBR X930E is the highest end model in Sony’s “X” series. For the price premium over the X900E, you get better black levels, higher peak brightness, and better upscaling thanks to a faster processor.


Best Buy’s Weekly TV Promo Page

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.


eBay’s Daily Deal Page

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.

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.






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