Tis the season for Black Friday TV deals. The best time of the year to upgrade to a big new TV is finally here, and Walmart's bringing the early thunder to get you to click Buy. And its lowest priced TV is a great way to get ultra-high-def picture quality and a ton of streaming apps, at a really cheap price.
Right now, Walmart's got the 43-inch JVC 4K Roku Smart TV for $219, that's discounted by $30, from its regular $249 price. And that's just the start of Walmart's Black Friday deals. Those who can spend a little more can save a lot more, as they've slashed hundreds off 4K Smart TVs from the likes of LG and Samsung. One deal even takes $380 off a 65-inch Roku TV.
43" JVC 4K Roku Smart TV: was $249 now $219
If you love Netflix and Disney Plus, this is one of the best Black Friday TV deals to let you watch your favorite shows in crystal-clear 4K UHD. Not only is it lower than low-priced, at $219, but since this is a Roku TV, it supports nearly all of the streaming apps you could ask for.
43" LG 4K Smart TV with HDR: was $469 now $296
Those who want better video quality and have a little more cash on hand should go for this LG 4K TV, which is $173 off while supplies last. HDR support means that your images will look richer, and the LG webOS app store means you may never even need to plug in a streaming device either. This is a 2020 model, and features LG's latest technology for processing image quality.
50" Samsung 4K Smart TV: was $429 now $328
Have more space for your big screen? Walmart's chopped $101 off this 50-inch Samsung 4K set. Just like the above LG TV, it's got HDR support for vibrant colors and its own app store so you may not need to plug in a Roku. And if you've got devices to plug into it it (such as a cable box or game console), it's got dual HDMI inputs, so you can have two connected at the same time.
65" Westinghouse 4K Roku Smart TV: was $799 now $419
Walmart's heard you like huge TVs, and they've now taken this gigantic 65-inch Westinghouse TV down by almost half of its price. This $380-off deal has all of the perks of the above TVs, with HDR support and the Roku library of apps, but it's got a third HDMI input, so you don't need to limit the number of connected devices.
So, between those four TVs, we've got something for everyone. I personally own a 4K LG TV and can attest to their high quality and super-thin designs. That being said, everyone's capacity for a big screen is different, so your choice may depend on your own living spaces.