Need guidance at a glance? These are our favorite TV deals from Walmart, Best Buy, Dell, and Amazon as of Oct. 16:
The online TV market isn’t the barren wasteland you’d expect after a big shopping holiday. The list of TVs on sale for Prime Day was huge, but somehow, many of the deals seem to be sticking around.
The highlight of post-Prime Day TV deals is easily The Frame discounts. Samsung has been holding its own massive sale all week, and most of its discounts on The Frame are also available at Amazon. Camelcamelcamel asserts that these are some of the lowest prices ever seen on the hugely-popular TV.
Here are our favorite TV deals from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Dell, organized by brand, then size, then price:
Samsung’s 4K TV that doubles as a living piece of art has the internet totally obsessed. But Samsung’s coolest TV is also known to be expensive, running you the price of a mid-size TV for a wee 32-inch buddy. The chance to snag the 50-inch version for less than $1,000 doesn’t come around often (actually, ever).
Other great Samsung deals:
OUR TOP PICK: LG 50-inch 4K UHD Smart TV (50UN7300PUF) — $369.95 (save $230)
A hidden gem at Walmart, we actually didn’t come across this 2020 LG TV on sale for Prime Day. If you’re looking for a solid, affordable, and appropriately-sized-for-a-tiny-apartment 4K TV, LG’s most recent take on entry-level 4K gets you AI-enhanced sound, upscaled contrast and clarity, and control over your smart home devices.
Other great LG deals:
Down an extra $1,000 from the already-stellar sale price we saw , the 77-inch version of Sony’s 2019 A9G line has officially hit the 50% off mark at Dell. That massive discount doesn’t exactly make it the cheapest 77-inch out there, but cinephiles who are wasting away due to missing movie theaters deserve this viewing quality in their living room. This OLED masterpiece is armed with Sony’s “best processor ever” and uses Acoustic Surface Audio+ sound to bring concert hall-like sound to each scene.
Other great Sony deals:
Vizio has been waiting in the wings of the TV market for years. Now, the California-based underdog will not let LG or Samsung rest. The P-Series Quantum has been the brand’s bread and butter for a while, only to be shown up when Vizio released a QLED TV earlier this year. Still, the 2020 P-Series Quantum’s full array backlight and millions of distinguishable colors make it a high-end pick that’s not too expensive.
Other great Vizio deals: