Amazing Memorial Day TV deal: Snag this 58-inch 4K Roku TV for just $298

Hisense Roku TV
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Memorial Day will be filled with epic TV discounts. If you're hoping to get your shopping done ahead of time, we've just spotted one of the best early Walmart Memorial Day sales around.

For a limited time, Walmart has the Hisense 58-inch 4K Roku TV on sale for $298. That's one of the least-expensive Memorial Day TV sales we've seen. (These prices are usually reserved for Black Friday). 

Hisense 58" 4K Roku TV: was $338 now $298 @ Walmart

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The Hisense R6 series includes HDR support, 4K resolution, and Roku's excellent operating system. Currently priced at $298, it's the cheapest 58-inch 4K TV we've seen all year. It features Dolby Vision/HDR 10 support, a 120Hz refresh rate, low-lag gaming mode, and DTS Studio Sound. 

Hisense is known for its value-oriented TVs and makes some of the best Roku TVs we've tested. The R6 series on sale offers 4K resolution, HDR support, and a 120Hz refresh rate. It also has three HDMI ports, so you can connect anything from a gaming console to your DVR box. 

When it comes to streaming and apps, this TV offers plenty of options. It uses the Roku operating system, which sports an easy-to-use interface and access to hundreds of apps including Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, and more. 

Make sure to follow our coverage of the best TV deals for more discounts on TVs of all sizes. Also, check out our Memorial Day sales coverage for the best deals of the season. 

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor-in-chief at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets, appliances, and apparel. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. He's also always on the look out for the best coupon codes to use when shopping. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.