The best Labor Day TV sales are happening right now. Now that the holiday is here, various retailers are already offering deals on some of the best TVs we've reviewed.
That's because Labor Day sales are dominated by TV deals. From OLED TVs to budget 4K TVs, Labor Day TV sales are offering price points for just about every budget. One of the best Labor Day TV sales right now comes from Best Buy. Currently, Best Buy has OLED TVs on sale from $649. The sale includes models from LG, Samsung, and Sony.
I've been covering retail holidays like Labor Day for various years. Below I'm rounding up the best deals along with tips and price points on which TVs to get. Whether you're after a gigantic 4K display, or a smaller screen for the kitchen — you’ll find a deal to suit your needs below.
Labor Day TV sales — Editor's Picks
- Smart TV sale w/ free Echo Pop: from $64 @ Best Buy
- TCL 55" 4K QLED TV: was $499 now $379 @ Best Buy
- Roku 65" Select 4K TV: was $449 now $399 @ Best Buy
- LG 48" A2 4K OLED TV: was $1,299 now $649 @ Best Buy
- Hisense 55" 4K QLED TV: was $1,099 now $748 @ Amazon
Best Labor Day TV sales
Sony 4K TV + PS5 bundle: up to $1,050 off @ Amazon
This is one of the most unique Labor Day TV deals I've seen so far. For a limited time, Amazon is taking from $250 to $1,050 off select Sony 4K TVs bundled with a PS5 Disc console. The sale includes Sony TVs ranging from 55-inches to 85-inches. Models include the Sony X90L Full-Array LCD series, Mini LED X93L, and the Bravia XR A80L OLED. Prices start at $1,497 after discount.
LG A2 55" 4K OLED TV: was $1,299 now $649 @ Best Buy
The A2 is LG's entry-level OLED TV. In our LG A2 OLED review, we said it offers a wonderfully colorful picture and fairly strong audio. It offers Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG support, LG's webOS platform, and built-in Google Assistant/Amazon Alexa. Console gamers take note: It's a budget model, so you only get a 60Hz panel and three HDMI ports, with no HDMI 2.1 support. Otherwise, it's great for casual gaming and streaming. Note that it's sold for $569 last Black Friday, but even at $649 it's a steal (and bound to sell out). The 48-inch model is a Best Buy exclusive, so you won't find this price anywhere else.
LG C2 55" OLED 4K TV: was $1,499 now $1,196 @ Amazon
We named this stunning television the best TV of 2023. It combines exceptional picture-quality with a slick design. It's also ideal for gamers with a 120Hz refresh rate four HDMI 2.1 ports. There's a newer C3 model which replaces the C2, but performance is similar and the C2 is the better value if you find it in stock. This TV tends to sell out fast, so get this deal while you can.
Price check: $1,196 @ Walmart | sold out @ Best Buy
LG 55" B3 OLED 4K TV: was $1,699 now $1,346 @ Amazon
Released in 2023, the LG B3 is a mid-tier OLED TV featuring over 8.3 million self-lit pixels for rich contrast and vibrant colors. For gamers, this TV has a 120Hz refresh rate, Game Optimizer features, and HDMI 2.1 support. Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Atmos support is also included.
Price check: sold out @ Best Buy
Sony 55" A80K 4K OLED TV: was $1,999 now $1,399 @ Best Buy
The Sony A80K OLED TV uses the company's cognitive XR processor that adjusts brightness on the fly to boost lights and deepen blacks without losing detail. It comes with Google TV and Google Assistant built-in and has exclusive features for the PlayStation 5, such as Auto HDR Tone Mapping which optimizes the PS5's settings to take full advantage of the TV's capabilities. In our Sony A80K OLED TV review, we said the Editor's Choice TV offers superb picture quality, a robust audio system, and intuitive Google TV smart interface.
Price check: sold out @ Amazon
LG C3 55" 4K OLED: was $1,899 now $1,396 @ Amazon
Released in 2023, the LG C3 is one of the best mid-tier OLED TVs you can buy. In our LG OLED C3 review, we said the Editor's Choice TV delivers perfect blacks, thrilling contrast, and rich, accurate colors at every point across the visual spectrum. It's also perfect for gamers with a suite of Game Optimizer features and a 120Hz refresh rate. It offers Dolby Vision/HDR 10/HLG support, four HDMI 2.1 ports, built-in Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant/Apple HomeKit support, and LG's Magic Remote.
Price check: $1,496 @ Walmart | $1,499 @ Best Buy
Samsung 55" S90C OLED 4K TV: was $1,899 now $1,397 @ Amazon
The Samsung S90C is a slightly cheaper alternative to the S95C. However, both TVs use the same QD-OLED display and are great for gamers with low latency, HDMI 2.1 ports, and support for 4K/144Hz. The only major difference is that the S95C gets brighter, which makes it a better pick for rooms with lots of ambient light. Otherwise, the S90C is an amazing value that'll save you a few hundred bucks. It packs HDR 10+/HLG support, Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant/SmartThings compatibility, and built-in Alexa voice assistant.
Price check: sold out @ Best Buy | $1,499 @ Samsung
Sony 55" Bravia XR A80L OLED 4K TV: was $1,899 now $1,498 @ Amazon
The Sony Bravia XR A80L uses three different technologies that give it a slight edge in the OLED arms race: Sony's Cognitive Processor XR (for better matching colors and contrasts), XR Triluminos Pro (for nailing the richness of HDR), and XR Clear Image (for reducing noise). In our Sony Bravia XR A80L OLED TV review, we called it a marvel that delivers solid picture quality, sound quality, and usability. It supports HDR10/HLG/Dolby Vision, 120Hz refresh rate, and it has four HDMI ports (two are HDMI 2.1).
Price check: $1,499 @ Best Buy
Samsung 65" S95C 4K OLED TV: was $3,299 now $2,747 @ Amazon
Samsung's next-gen QD-OLED TV is not only slimmer than the previous-gen S95B, but it's also brighter. In our Samsung S95C OLED review, we liked the TV's One Connect Box for cable management and 144Hz refresh rate for PC gaming. The TV's significant boosts to brightness also improved performance across all kinds of content and viewing environments. The Editor's Choice TV is great for movie fans, gamers, and everyone in between. It sports four HDMI 2.1 ports, HDR10+/HLG support, and a 120Hz panel.
60-85 inch TVs
Insignia 65" F30 4K Fire TV: was $549 now $349 @ Best Buy
The Insignia F30 is one of the cheapest 4K TVs you can buy. In our Insignia F30 Fire TV review, we called it one of the best bargain TVs around. This 4K TV features HDR10 support, DTS Studio Sound, an Alexa-enabled voice remote, and three HDMI 2.1 ports. Plus, as a Fire TV, you've got easy access to all the streaming apps you could want.
Roku TV 65" Plus Series 4K QLED TV: was $649 now $599 @ Best Buy
The Roku Plus 4K TV is one of the best TV values you'll find. In our Roku Plus Series 4K QLED TV review, we said it offers a great smart interface, HDR color, and excellent sound at an affordable price. It features a QLED screen along with full array local dimming. You also get Dolby Vision/HDR 10 Plus/HLG support, Apple HomeKit/Alexa/Google Assistant support, and four HDMI ports. Gamers take note that while it's reliable for casual play, you only get a 60Hz screen and no HDMI 2.1 support. These TVs are a Best Buy exclusive.
Sony 65" X80K 4K TV: was $999 now $778 @ Amazon
The X80K is part of Sony's 2022 lineup of TVs. This entry-level TV features HDR10/HLG/Dolby Vision support, Google Assistant/Alexa compatibility, built-in Google Assistant, and four HDMI ports. It's at its lowest price to date.
TCL 85" S4 S-Class 4K TV: was $1,399 now $899 @ Best Buy
The S4 S-Class is one of TCL's new budget TVs. Yet despite its budget friendly price, it packs Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG support, DTS Virtual:X audio, built-in Chromecast, and Google TV Smart OS. You also get three HDMI ports, including one with eARC support. The 85-inch model is a whopping $500 off today.
Price check: $898 @ Amazon
TCL 85" Q6 QLED 4K TV: was $1,599 now $1,099 @ Amazon
This absolutely huge TCL 85-inch QLED TV has dropped to its lowest-ever price at Amazon. It's now $1,099 which is a total saving of $500. Its 4K QLED display looks great and it also supports Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10 ND HLG. Plus, it comes equipped with a dedicated Game Accelerator to reduce input lag and improve your gaming experience.
50-59 inch TVs
Vizio 50" 4K TV: was $358 now $268 @ Walmart
This 2021 Vizio TV packs a lot of features for a very affordable price. It offers built-in Chromecast, Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10 Plus/HLG support, and Apple AirPlay support. It also has three HDMI 2.1 ports and a low latency gaming mode, which makes it great for console gamers. (Just note that it sports a 60Hz panel).
Samsung 55" 4K TV: was $429 now $349 @ Best Buy
If you want a big TV without a big price tag, this 55-inch Samsung is definitely worth a look. The TV has support for HDR10+ as well as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free controls, and you'll also be able to stream content from your iPhone or iPad with Apple AirPlay 2. Plus, it has all the Smart TV features you'd expect. Avid console gamers take note: It has a 60Hz panel and just two HDMI ports.
Hisense 55" U6HF 4K TV: was $429 now $369 @ Best Buy
The Hisense U6H is an affordable Fire TV that offers top level performance. In our Hisense U6H review, we called it a stellar value and a budget TV that exceeds expectations. It offers Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10 Plus support, four HDMI 2.1 ports, full array local dimming, and built-in Google Assistant support/Alexa compatibility.
TCL 55" Q6 4K QLED TV: was $499 now $378 @ Amazon
The new TCL Q6 4K QLED TV is a budget TV with plenty of great features. It offers Dolby Vision/HDR10+/HDR10/HLG support, DTS Virtual: X audio, built-in Chromecast, and Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant compatibility. Although the display is just 60Hz natively, Game Accelerator 120 allows for 120Hz VRR at a lower resolution. You also get Dolby Atmos and eARC support.
Price check: $378 @ Walmart | $379 @ Best Buy
Hisense 55" U6 Mini-LED ULED 4K TV: was $579 now $398 @ Amazon
Hisense's proprietary ULED technology is a step up from normal LED-based LCD TVs and offers enhanced color and overall better picture quality. This Mini-LED QLED TV also features Dolby Vision/HDR10+/HDR10/HLG support, and built-in Google Assistant.
Price check: $399 @ Best Buy
Hisense 55" U8K Mini-LED 4K TV: was $1,099 now $749 @ Amazon
The Hisense U8K Mini-LED TV brings premium features to a mid-ranged price bracket. In our Hisense U8K Mini-LED Google TV review, we said this Editor's Choice TV offers immaculate performance. It includes support for Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG as well as Dolby Atmos sound. Gamers take note, this TV can also handle 4K/120Hz from Xbox Series X and PS5 consoles when plugged into one of its HDMI 2.1 ports. Simply put, it's one of the best TVs of 2023.
Price check: $749 @ Best Buy
32-49 inch TVs
Fire TV with Echo Pop: deals from $64 @ Best Buy
Best Buy has Amazon Fire TVs on sale for as low as $64. Even better, every TV comes with a free Echo Pop smart speaker ($39 value). The sale includes small 1080p sets as well as 4K 65-inch and 75-inch TVs. Meanwhile, the Echo Pop is Amazon's latest smart speaker that lets you set timers, control other smart home devices, and more. This is the best sale we've seen on Fire TVs all year.
Insignia 42" F20 Fire TV: was $199 now $159 @ Best Buy
If you want a smart TV on the cheap, Amazon has the Insignia 42-inch F20 Fire TV on sale at its lowest price ever. The TV offers DTS Studio Sound and it comes with a voice remote, which lets you control it with the sound of your voice. Multiple sizes are on sale, but this 42-inch model is the least expensive TV deal of the bunch. Note that it's a 1080p model.
Insignia 43" F30 4K Fire TV: was $299 now $199 @ Amazon
The Insignia F30 is one of the cheapest 4K TVs you can get. It features HDR10 support, DTS Studio sound, and a voice remote with Alexa built-in.
Roku Streambar: was $129 now $99 @ Amazon
Save $30 on the Roku Streambar, a soundbar and streaming box combo. The Streambar is a 4K media player with access to all your favorite streaming apps, and we noted in our Roku Streambar review that it has excellent audio for its size. Plus, there's built-in Bluetooth for streaming from your phone.
Yamaha Audio YAS-209BL: was $349 now $229 @Amazon
The Yamaha Audio YAS-209BL is our favorite soundbar, so any deal on it is worth taking note of. As we say in our Yamaha YAS-209 review, it delivers solid sound and offers a great user experience due to its Alexa integration. It's dropped to this price before, but never lower.
Bose Smart Soundbar 900 was $899 now $699 @ Amazon
Bose's first soundbar to support Dolby Atmos is now on sale. In our Bose Smart Soundbar 900 review, we said it has every feature you could want in a high-end soundbar. That includes multiroom audio, Alexa/Google Assistant support, and it can be expanded into a full home theater setup with add-on wireless Bose surrounds and a wired subwoofer. The sleek also design makes it perfect for medium-to-large TV screens. It's one of the best-performing Dolby Atmos soundbars and a great bargain with over 20% off.
How cheap will Labor Day OLED TV sales get?
While the majority of Labor Day TV sales will focus on LCDs, we're seeing more OLED TV deals than ever this year. For instance, LG's A2 Series 48-inch 4K OLED has sold for an all-time low of $569. This price is hard to find and typically surfaces on major retail holidays like Prime Day, Memorial Day, and we're expecting on Labor Day 2023 as well.
55-inch OLED TVs are usually on sale in the $899 to $999 range. Look for models such as the LG A2 and LG B2 OLED TVs. The latter has hit $799 in the past, which is a killer price for a 55-inch OLED TV.
Likewise, 75-inch TV deals are plummeting below $649 bringing these big-screen TVs to more households across the country. While we don't recommend you buy an 8K TV yet — there's little content to watch — we've noticed more 8K TV deals from the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and Samsung. So far, the lowest price we've seen for a 75-inch 8K TV has been $999.
Tips for scoring the best Labor Day TV sales
- Use price checking tools: Our top rule when shopping on Labor Day is to price check everything. If you're shopping at Amazon, we're big fans of CamelCamelCamel, a website that price checks millions of items sold on Amazon. For example, if you see the AirPods Pro on sale for $219 on Labor Day, CamelCamelCamel will show you that they hit $169 in November. In other words, it exposes fake/mediocre deals so you can avoid them.
- Check all competitors: Retailers like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart will try to price match each other. So if you spot a TV at a price you like, it's worth price checking that TV at any all of the major retailers to see if one of them is offering a lower price or at least a freebie.
- Don't trust all Amazon reviews: We all read Amazon's user reviews. However, shoppers should always keep an eye out for fake reviews. Although Amazon has removed many bogus reviews from its website, there are so many that it's become near-impossible for Amazon to keep up. Sites like Fakespot can help you weed our fake reviews from real ones.
- Avoid buying refurbished: Buying refurbished is a great way to save money. However, we're not fans of refurbished TVs. The main reason is because you never know how "scratched and dented" the TV you're about to buy really is. Should it not meet your standards, you could be on the hook for return shipping. Unless the savings are massive, we'd stay away from refurb TVs on Labor Day.