Walmart Super Bowl TV deals — 7 big-screen TVs under $599 right now

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It's no secret that TV deals can be found any time of the year. However, with the Super Bowl right around the corner, retailers are offering better than average deals on big-screen TVs. 

One of the retailers with the lowest prices is Walmart. If you're looking to upgrade your TV in time for the big game, I've found seven big-screen TV deals under $599 at Walmart. These value-driven TVs are great if you're shopping on a tight budget. Alternatively, make sure to check out our full Super Bowl TV deals guide for sales on all types of TVs.

Walmart Super Bowl TV deals

Onn 65" 4K Roku TV: was $349 now $298 @ Walmart

Onn 65" 4K Roku TV: was $349 now $298 @ Walmart
If you want a big-screen TV, but don't want to spend too much — this is the deal for you. Walmart has its Onn 65-inch 4K Roku TV on sale for $298. The TV features HDR10 support, Dolby Audio, Apple AirPlay/HomeKit/Hey Google compatibility, and a voice remote. Plus, it uses Roku's excellent software to bring you hundreds of streaming apps like Hulu, Netflix, Apple TV, and more.

Vizio 65" 4K TV: was $528 now $398 @ WalmartPrice check: $399 @ Target

Vizio 65" 4K TV: was $528 now $398 @ Walmart
This Vizio TV proves that buying a big-screen TV doesn't require straddling yourself in debt. Priced at $398, it's one of the least-expensive big-screen TVs we've seen. It sports Vizio's Active Pixel Tuning, which adapts picture quality for better color accuracy based on what you're watching. You also get built-in Chromecast, Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10 Plus/HLG support and Apple AirPlay support.
Price check: $399 @ Target

Vizio 65" MQ6 QLED 4K TV: was $678 now $478 @ Walmart
If you want the best picture quality while watching the game, the Vizio MQ6 is hard to beat. In our Vizio M-Series MQ6 review, we said it delivers great color reproduction, picture quality, good app selection, and enough smarts to satisfy TV shoppers that aren't picky about their smart TVs. It features Dolby Vision Bright/HDR10+ support, three HDMI 2.1 ports and VIZIO's IQ Active Processor, which can upscale low-res content to 4K.
Price check: $499 @ Target

Vizio 65" MQ6 QLED 4K TV: was $678 now $478 @ Walmart
If you want the best picture quality while watching the game, the Vizio MQ6 is hard to beat. In our Vizio M-Series MQ6 review, we said it delivers great color reproduction, picture quality, good app selection, and enough smarts to satisfy TV shoppers that aren't picky about their smart TVs. It features Dolby Vision Bright/HDR10+ support, three HDMI 2.1 ports and VIZIO's IQ Active Processor, which can upscale low-res content to 4K.
Price check: $499 @ Target

Hisense 75" 4K Roku TV: was $578 now $498 @ WalmartPrice check: sold out @ Amazon

Hisense 75" 4K Roku TV: was $578 now $498 @ Walmart
Super Bowl TV deals don't get better than this. Not only is this one of the least-expensive 75-inch TVs we've seen, but this TV also comes with a free 6-month DoorDash DashPass subscription ($60 value). That means you can get free food delivery on all DoorDash orders of $15 or more. On the TV front, the Hisense R6 series includes HDR support, 4K resolution, and Roku's smart TV operating system. Plus it features Dolby Vision/HDR 10 support, low-lag gaming mode, and DTS Studio Sound so you aren't missing out on features despite the low price. 
Price check: sold out @ Amazon

TCL 65" Q6 4K QLED TV: was $599 now $498 @ WalmartPrice check: $499 @ Best Buy

TCL 65" Q6 4K QLED TV: was $599 now $498 @ Walmart
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: $499 @ Best Buy

LG 70" 4K TV: was $648 now $498 @ WalmartPrice check: sold out @ LG

LG 70" 4K TV: was $648 now $498 @ Walmart
Finding a name-brand 70-inch TV at this price point is very rare. However, Walmart currently has the LG UQ70 series TV on sale for $498. Aside from its giant screen, it features LG's a5 Gen5 AI Processor for upscaling regular content to 4K. You also get HDR10/HLG support and built-in support for Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple AirPlay and HomeKit.
Price check: sold out @ LG

Sony X77L 65" 4K TV: was $689 now $598 @ WalmartPrice check: $598 @ Amazon | $599 @ Best Buy

Sony X77L 65" 4K TV: was $689 now $598 @ Walmart
The Sony X77L is a Google TV powered by Sony's 4K Processor X1, which can upscale everything to 4K resolution. Thanks to Sony's Motionflow XR 240, fast sports scenes should come across clear and crisp. The TV also packs exclusive features for the PS5 console, such as Auto HDR Tone Mapping which automatically adjusts the HDR settings of the PS5 console to the TV for detailed, high-contrast scenes. You also get HDR10/HLG support, built-in Google Assistant/Alexa and Apple AirPlay support.
Price check: $598 @ Amazon | $599 @ Best Buy

Samsung 75" Crystal 4K TV: was $1,299 now $649 @ Target
Samsung's CU7000 series is a great option if you're looking for a good value from a top-tier TV brand. This 75-inch TV uses Samsung's PurColor tech to provide accurate and vibrant colors across the screen. It also offers HDR10 and HDR10+ support. Note that Amazon has it for $2 less.
Price check: $647 @ Amazon | $649 @ Best Buy

Samsung 75" Crystal 4K TV: was $1,299 now $649 @ Target
Samsung's CU7000 series is a great option if you're looking for a good value from a top-tier TV brand. This 75-inch TV uses Samsung's PurColor tech to provide accurate and vibrant colors across the screen. It also offers HDR10 and HDR10+ support. Note that Amazon has it for $2 less.
Price check: $647 @ Amazon | $649 @ Best Buy

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. 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. 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.