The Super Bowl is just a few weeks away. If you’re thinking about getting a new TV, here’s some of the best deals around. For larger TVs we’d recommend a store with an easy in-store return policy because shipping back large TVs is a huge pain. For smaller TVs though, I’d recommend buying from anywhere that’s the cheapest.
The Best 4K HDTV Deals
This is a higher end Sony XBR series HDTV with full HDR capability. It’s normally priced at $1500, but currently on sale for $1199.99. Dell is the only vendor that’s including a bonus $250 gift card. Use it to help pay for an Xbox One, PS4, or Switch. The gift card arrives within 20 days after the ship date and is good for 90 days.
If you want to save money but want the image quality of the big TV brands, you should consider Vizio’s M-series lineup. This is Vizio’s least expensive TV with full HDR capability, and it is ranked at the top of the heap in image quality compared to other TVs in its price range, brand names included. This TV normally retails for $1000, is currently on sale for $850 plus Dell is throwing in the bonus $200 gift card.
The P-series is Vizio’s best mainstream TV (there’s a reference model that’s better but way more expensive) and the professional reviews stack it favorably against the more premium models from Samsung, LG, or Samsung. P-series also boasts true HDR support, which means that PS4 Pro and Xbox One X video games will be driven to their fullest potential.
The TCL 600 series is one of their top-end TVs and is considered to be one of the best sub-$1000 TVs on the market. If you don’t care about brand names, you can save hundreds compared to a LG, Samsung, or Sony TV that matches the quality of this set. It also has Roku TV built-in, which in my opinion is one of the best implementations of built-in Smart functionality. This particular model also includes a voice activated remote control, which is alot easier to use than navigation buttons or a keyboard when you want to search for a specific title.
This TV is $50 cheaper than on Black Friday. TCL really broke ground last year as the new king of value TVs. They offer high quality panels that are well rated by professional critics at the lowest prices around. This particular TV is a more recent 2018 model and has superb image quality. It’s also both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR compatible. Walmart offers free shipping and the option to extend to a 3-year warranty for only $79.
This was a very popular TV deal on Black Friday and it’s back. This TV is one of the best rated entry level TVs among professional reviews and users alike. It’s a 4K TV with solid image quality and has Roku cooked right in. It’s available right now for $350 shipped.
This TV just dropped to $50 less than Black Friday, when it was sold out 99% of the time. The D-series Vizio TV is well rated for its solid image quality.
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.
This OLED TV currently sells for $2500 on Amazon. OLED TVs are still considered one of the best, if not the best, TVs you can buy if you want absolutely perfect image quality. They have unparalleled contrast ratios and black levels compared to traditional LCD TVs.
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.
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.