The season for cheap TV deals is here with retailers taking from $100 to $1,000 off our favorite TVs. Plus, with Presidents Day TV sales starting now, TV deals are bound to remain low.
Currently, Amazon is offering some of the best TV deals if you're shopping on a budget. It has select smart TVs on sale from $89 (opens in new tab). That's one of the lowest starting prices we've ever seen for smart TVs. Meanwhile, Best Buy has 4K OLED TVs on sale from $599 (opens in new tab). The sale includes some of the best OLED TVs we've tested, such as the LG C2.
To help you find more of the best TV deals, we're rounding up today's top discounts from all of your favorite retailers including Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, and more. From budget 4K TVs to the best TV of 2022, here are the best cheap TV deals today.
Today's best TV deals at a glance
- Smart TV sale: from $89 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab) or Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Hisense 58" 4K Roku TV: was $338 now $298 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
- Vizio 65" 4K TV: was $528 now $448 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
- Toshiba 75" 4K Fire TV: was $899 now $569 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
- LG A2 55" 4K OLED TV: was $1,299 now $899 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Super Bowl 2023 and TV deals
Outside of Black Friday, Super Bowl season tends to offer some of the best TV deals of the year. While we're still a few days out from the Super Bowl game, numerous retailers are already offering early Super Bowl TV deals you can shop now. Make sure to follow our coverage for the best deals on big-screen TVs this season.
32-49 inch TV deals
The best 32- to 49-inch TV deals
Don't have the space for a mammoth-sized TV? Perfect for a studio or spare bedroom — these affordable sub-49-inch TV deals should fit in the smallest of rooms.
TV sale: deals from $89 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon currently has one of the most epic TV deals of all time. The retailer has smart TVs on sale for as low as $89. Keep in mind, the cheap TVs tend to be smaller, 720p models (which are more suitable for a children's room or guest room). However, the sale also includes larger sets. These are among the cheapest TV deals we've ever seen from Amazon.
Hisense 40" 1080p LCD TV: was $249 now $149 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
If you're looking for a budget smart TV, you'll be hard pressed to find a better deal than this. Best Buy has the 40-inch Hisense Vidaa on sale. We normally wouldn't recommend a 1080p TV, but this is as inexpensive as they get. It features built-in Alexa, DTS Virtual:X, and two HDMI ports.
TCL 3-Series 43" TV: was $229 now $179 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This 1080p set is ideal if you're looking for an inexpensive smart TV. It has built-in Chromecast, Google Assistant, and Android TV. It's now on sale at its lowest price.
Pioneer 43" 4K Fire TV: was $319 now $209 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Pioneer is back in the TV-making business with a new 4K Fire TV. The TV features Dolby Vision support, DTS Virtual X sound, Apple AirPlay support, and a voice remote with Alexa. It's currently one of the cheapest 4K TVs around.
Insignia 43" F30 4K Fire TV: was $299 now $209 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Insignia F30 is one of the cheapest 4K TV deals you can get. It features HDR10 support, DTS Studio sound, and a voice remote with Alexa built-in.
Amazon Omni Series 43" 4K TV: was $409 now $289 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon's Omni Series of TVs are a premium line of Fire TVs. The TV includes features like HDR10/HLG support, always-on mics for hands-free Alexa, and two-way video calling support. It's now on sale and at its lowest price ever.
Samsung 4K Frame TV: on sale from $429 @ Woot (opens in new tab)
Woot has the Samsung Frame 2022 line of 4K TVs available for purchase at epic price lows. The QLED TVs feature an art mode that displays your favorite artwork, shows, movies, and more. They also feature HLG/HDR10 Plus support, built-in Google Assistant/Alexa, auto gaming mode, and Samsung's Tizen operating system. All sizes are currently on sale: the 32-inch costs $429 (was $597); 43-inch costs $749 (was $997); 50-inch costs $896 (was $1,299); 55-inch costs $1,099 (was $1,499); 65-inch costs $1,489 (was $1,999); and the 85-inch costs $2,099 (was $4,299).
50-59 inch TV deals
The best 50- to 59-inch TV deals
55-inch is the new 42-inch, so it's no surprise that the majority of TV deals out there are for larger sets in this size range. Whereas a 55-inch 4K set used to cost over $1,000 a few years ago, these days you can get a solid 55-inch 4K set for around $350.
TCL 50" 4-Series 4K Roku TV: was $499 now $239 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Get ready for Super Bowl 2023 with the TCL 4-Series TV. It supports HDR content and it's also compatible with smart assistants like Amazon Alexa, Hey Google, and Apple HomeKit. The 50-inch TV also comes with Roku's operating system built right in, which makes it a great smart TV.
Onn 55" 4K Roku TV: was $379 now $268 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
The Onn 55-inch 4K Roku TV merits a mention in our TV deals guide because it's one of the cheapest big-screen TVs you can buy. It 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.
TCL 55" 4K Google TV: was $319 now $269 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
55-inch TVs rarely hit this price point outside of major holidays. However, you can now get the TCL 50-inch 4K TV for just $269. It features built-in Chromecast, HDR support, Alexa/Google Assistant compatibility, and a voice remote.
Hisense 58" 4K Roku TV: was $338 now $298 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
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 low-lag gaming mode, and DTS Studio Sound.
LG UQ75 50" 4K TV: was $379 now $299 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The LG UQ75 is ideal for those who want a bigger screen smart TV on a budget. It offers HDR10/HLG support and it's compatible with Alexa/Google Assistant/HomeKit. Avid console gamers take note: it only has two HDMI ports and a 60Hz screen.
Amazon 4-Series 50" Fire 4K TV: was $469 now $319 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon's new 4-Series of Fire TVs are now on sale. The Amazon Fire TV 4-Series are less expensive than the new Omni Series. However, they offer perks like HDR support (HDR10/HLG) and Alexa integration (via the remote control).
Hisense 50" U6H 4K ULED: was $599 now $339 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Hisense's U6H line is affordable, but still offers great performance. It has Quantum Dot, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10+ and FiImMaker Mode. Running at 60Hz, the TV also has HDMI 2.1 ports, Game Mode Plus and variable refresh rate, so it's a good budget TV for gamers.
Amazon Omni Series 50" 4K TV: was $509 now $359 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon's Omni Series of TVs are a premium line of Fire TVs. The TVs include features like HDR10/HLG support, always-on mics for hands-free Alexa, and two-way video calling support.
TCL 55" 5-Series QLED 4K Roku TV: was $499 now $369 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The TCL 5-Series is a solid TV whether you're watching sports or streaming movies. It features Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG support, a QLED panel with full array local dimming, and four HDMI 2.1 ports. You also get the excellent Roku platform baked right in.
TCL 50" 4K QLED TV: was $429 now $379 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Editor's Choice deal: The TCL S546 is our favorite QLED TV when it comes to value. In our TCL 5-series review, we said it offered killer performance and a wide variety of features. These include support for Dolby Vision/HLG/HDR10/HDR10 Plus, voice remote with Alexa support, auto game mode, and Google TV.
Vizio MQ7 50" 4K QLED TV: was $499 now $449 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Vizio MQ7 is part of Vizio's 2021 lineup of TVs. It features Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG support, full array local dimming, DTS Virtual X audio, HDMI 2.1 connectivity, built-in AirPlay and Chromecast support, and an auto game mode, which optimizes the TV for console gamers. This is one of the best TV deals we've seen and its lowest price to date.
Hisense 55" U8H Mini LED 4K TV: was $1,149 now $649 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Our pick for the best value TV of 2022 just got cheaper courtesy of this epic Super Bowl TV deal at Best Buy. The 55-inch Hisense U8H offers Mini-LED lighting at an affordable price tag. Its peak brightness exceeds any TV around at this price point and its color reproduction is as good as some of this year's best TVs. You also get a 120Hz refresh rate that's great for sports and gaming.
Furrion Aurora 55" 4K Outdoor TV: was $1,999 now $1,599 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Furrion Aurora Full Shade is an outdoor 4K TV designed to work in fully shaded outdoor areas (such as covered patios/gazebos). The IP54-rated TV can withstand UV rays, rain, snow, dirt, dust, insects, and humidity, as well as extreme temperatures. It features HDR10 support and webOS for streaming from your favorite streaming apps. It's the ultimate outdoor TV.
Furrion Aurora 55" 4K Outdoor TV: was $2,299 now $1,899 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Like its namesake suggests, the Furrion Partial Sun Outdoor TV is designed for use in sunny outdoor living areas, such as a patio, deck, or yard. The screen is shielded with XtremeShield IK08-rated tempered glass to protect against scratches and impacts. It's also IP54-rated, which means it can withstand UV rays, rain, dust, humidity, and extreme operating temperatures.
60-85 inch TV deals
The best 60- to 86-inch TV deals
If you have the room (and budget) for a giant TV, there are dozens of options to choose from. Here are our favorite cheap TV deals of the moment.
Vizio 65" 4K TV: was $499 now $449 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
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 a low latency gaming mode that makes it great for console gamers.
TCL 75" 4K Android TV: was $699 now $539 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This is one of the best big-screen bargains we've seen in weeks. Best Buy has the TCL 75-inch 4K Google TV on sale. It features built-in Chromecast, HDR support, Google Assistant, and a voice remote. It also includes three free months of Apple TV Plus.
Amazon 65" Omni 4K QLED TV: was $799 now $549 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Released in October, Amazon's new Omni 4K QLED Fire TV is on sale for just $549. Unlike the 2021 model which used LED-LCD technology, this 2022 revamp sports a QLED display, which gives it a wider color gamut and uptick in brightness/contrast. In our Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED review, we said the TV is a solid pick for anyone who wants to stick within Amazon’s ecosystem. It features, HDR10/HLG/HDR10+ Adaptive/Dolby Vision IQ support, full array local dimming, and four HDMI ports (one HDMI 2.1 with eARC). You also get Alexa support baked in.
Samsung 75" 4K TV: was $799 now $679 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The TU7000 is part of Samsung's entry-level TVs. However, it's still loaded with features that include HDR support, built-in Bixby support (voice assistant), and Samsung's Tizen operating system, which gives you access to apps like Apple TV Plus, Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Sling TV, Disney Plus, and more.
Sony 65" X80K 4K TV: was $999 now $698 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
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.
Vizio 75" 4K QLED TV: was $899 now $849 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The MQ6 is a solid TV at a bargain price. In our Vizio M-Series MQ6 review, we said it's great for budget shoppers, but it has some limitations if you're looking for advanced gaming features. For instance, there's no local dimming and you only get a 60Hz panel. Otherwise, it offers Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG support, three HDMI 2.1 ports, and a voice remote.
Hisense 65" U8H Mini LED 4K TV: was $1,399 now $899 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Our pick for the best value TV of 2022 just dropped even lower courtesy of this epic TV deal at Best Buy. The 65-inch Hisense U8H is currently on sale and includes a wealth of new TV tech alongside a 4K ULED display and 120Hz refresh rate.
Sony 75" X80J 4K TV: was $1,399 now $1,197 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon has one of the best Sony TV deals of the moment. For a limited time, you can get the Sony X80J on sale for its lowest price to date. This model features a 75-inch 4K display, HLG/Dolby Vision/HDR10 support, and compatibility with AI home assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. It also relies on Google TV — rather than Android TV — to offer better and smarter streaming options.
Vizio 75" 4K QLED TV: was $1,699 now $1,499 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Vizio PQ9 packs everything you'd want from a new TV. In our Vizio P Series Quantum review, we said it delivers a crisp picture with great contrast, though we didn't love the smart OS that comes with it. It packs Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG support, quantum technology for brighter colors, ProGaming engine with 4K 120Hz support, built-in Chromecast, DTS Virtual X audio, and a voice remote. It's one of the best TV sales right now.
LG A2 48" 4K OLED TV: was $1,299 now $599 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Back in stock! The A2 is LG's entry-level OLED for 2022. 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.
LG A2 55" 4K OLED TV: was $1,299 now $899 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Back in stock! The 55-inch A2 is also on sale at Best Buy. It was $799 over Black Friday, which makes this the second-best price we've ever seen for this 55-inch TV.
LG C2 42" OLED 4K TV: was $1,299 now $899 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
We named this stunning television the best TV of 2022. It combines exceptional picture-quality with a slick design. It's also ideal for gamers with a 120Hz refresh rate and offers all easy access to all the streaming services you could need. All sizes are on sale, but the 42-inch model just got an additional price cut. Amazon offers the same price (opens in new tab), although at times they sell the TV via a third party retailer.
Sony 55" A80J 4K OLED TV: was $1,899 now $999 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Sony BRAVIA XR A80J is one of the best OLED TVs on the market. The Editor's Choice TV features a powerful Cognitive XR processor, which adjusts brightness on the fly to boost lights and deepen blacks without losing detail. In our Sony Bravia XR A80J OLED review, we noted that the TV offers superb contrast with colors that are rich and varied. Viewing angles are also impressive and it handles upscaling well. It's now on sale at its lowest price ever.
LG 55" B2 4K OLED TV: was $1,299 now $999 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The LG B2 is a 2022 OLED TV. It uses LG's a7 Gen5 AI processor and supports Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG formats. Gamers will appreciate its 120Hz panel as well as LG's Game Optimizer and the inclusion of two HDMI 2.1 ports. It also has built-in Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa with support for Apple HomeKit. This is the cheapest price we've ever seen for this TV. Amazon has it for $949 (opens in new tab), but it's oftentimes sold via a third party.
LG A2 65" 4K OLED TV: was $1,599 now $1,199 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The A2 is LG's entry-level OLED for 2022. In our LG A2 OLED review, we said it offers a wonderfully colorful picture and fairly strong audio. It's good for gaming, though keep in mind you're stuck with a 60Hz refresh rate and there are no HDMI 2.1 ports. It offers Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG support, LG's webOS platform, and built-in Google Assistant/Amazon Alexa.
Samsung 55" 4K OLED TV: was $2,199 now $1,449 @ Samsung (opens in new tab)
Available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, the Samsung S95B series uses the company's Neural Quantum Processor 4K, which is the same flagship CPU inside Samsung's Neo QLED TVs. The QD-OLED promises to deliver the pixel-perfect illumination of OLED panels with the brightness and life-like color of LCD panels, as well as beat the already impressive QLED tech when it comes to better backlight control. Amazon offers the same price (opens in new tab).
LG G2 55" 4K OLED TV: was $1,999 now $1,599 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The new LG G2 is the brightest OLED TV we've tested. In our LG G2 OLED TV review, we called it the ultimate QD-OLED TV rival. It offers about 30% higher brightness than its predecessor and boasts new gaming features, AI-boosted sound quality, and support for just about every HDR format you can think of. LG also claims this panel prevents burn-in, though we haven't put that to the test just yet. When it comes to performance, this TV is currently the king of OLED TVs.
LG G1 77" OLED TV: was $3,299 now $2,969 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The LG G1 OLED 4K TV uses an all new LG panel called "evo." In our LG G1 OLED review, the TV won the Tom's Guide Award for best TV design. (It measures just 0.8 inches deep). However, it also delivers on performance with consistently stunning images no matter what you're watching. With Smart TV and ThinQ smart home features, it'll quickly become the center of your entertainment setup. Plus, gamers will love it thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate and Game Optimizer menu. Keep in mind this model has been replaced by the newer LG G2.
Sony 55" A90J 4K OLED TV: was $2,299 now $1,799 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The A90J is Sony's best OLED TV. It features Sony's powerful Cognitive XR processor, which adjusts brightness on the fly to boost lights and deepen blacks without losing detail. You also get Google TV, HDR10/HLG/Dolby Vision support, built-in Alexa/Google Assistant, four HDMI ports, and more. The difference between the A80J and A90J is that the latter comes in a bigger 83-inch size, features a backlit remote, and packs Sony's heatsink tech, which results in brighter HDR pictures.
TV buying tips and how to find the best TV deals
- Don't buy a TV with less than 4K resolution. 4K is the standard these days, so unless you see a very cheap 720p or 1080p set, try to stick with 4K.
- Likewise, don't buy a TV without "smart" capabilities. This makes it easy to stream content from apps like Roku, Hulu, and Prime Video. If you don't like the idea of owning a smart TV, you can always leave it disconnected from your network (which essentially strips all of its smart features).
- Look for HDR compatible sets. They offer more realistic colors and better contrast. There are 5 HDR formats, but the main ones you want are HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, and Dolby Vision.
- Avoid paying for extended warranties. New TVs include a 1-year warranty and your credit card company usually provides additional protection.
- Stay away from refurbished TVs (unless the savings are massive). The problem with refurbished TVs is that if your TV has more dents and scratches than you anticipated, return shipping is usually on you, and shipping a large TV can get expensive very quickly.
- Look for bargains on older sets: Many 2020 and 2021 TVs are still on the market. Usually the differences aren't that noticeable to the average buyer, so when possible stick to the previous year's model. You'll find cheaper TV deals that way.
- Check out our full TV buying guide.
The best TV sales to browse
Want to see even more cheap TV deals? Here are the most exciting TV sales from the our favorite retailers.
- Best Buy: save up to $1,000 (opens in new tab)
- eBay: scroll TV discounts (opens in new tab)
- Newegg: save up to 50% (opens in new tab)
- Samsung: up to $1,500 off 4K TVs for gamers (opens in new tab)
- B&H Photo: up to $1,500 off TVs (opens in new tab)
Best cheap TVs
The best cheap TVs: 4K and 1080p
The budget friendly Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition (2021 model) is a smart TV for people who want Alexa and a wide variety of streaming services in a single package. The cheap 4K TV offers HDR support (Dolby Vision) and a huge library of apps. However, its real selling point is its price and wide range of smart capabilities, which makes this one of the best cheap TV deals you can get.
While it's true that you get what you pay for — the performance isn't top-of-the-line, the gaming support is middling and the Fire TV platform is a little too Amazon-centric for our liking — it's still a great choice for casual viewers. And that's before the TV deals kick in.
When it comes to value, the TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R635) is our top pick. The Editor's Choice TV offers premium picture quality and a great smart TV experience for less than its competition. The R635 also ups the ante with mini-LED backlighting in addition to QLED. The result is impressive color and brightness, with some of the best HDR performance we've seen on anything this side of an OLED display.
Features like THX Certified Game Mode also help make the 6-Series one of the best gaming TVs available. From the design's smart touches, like cable management in the stand, to the always-solid Roku TV platform, the TCL R635 is one of the best TV deals you'll find right now.
Read our full TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R635) review.
The Toshiba C350 4K Fire TV Edition is one of Amazon's budget smart TVs, which have one big selling point: Amazon’s Prime Video and Alexa voice controls are baked right in. In addition to Prime Video’s extensive catalogue of movies and shows, you’ve got one of the best voice assistants on the market as close as your remote. And it’s not some half-measure – the Alexa on your TV can do everything Alexa can do on the Amazon Echo, with skills for smart home control, looking up weather and restaurants and much more. All of this is built into the 55-inch Toshiba 4K TV, which sells for an affordable sub-$500 price.
The switch from last year’s Westinghouse models to Toshiba bring all sorts of improvements, like improved display quality, HDR support and a more refined user experience, but it’s held back by mediocre picture quality and middling audio. Edge-lit backlighting and limited HDR support just drive home the most frustrating thing about most of Amazon’s TV’s — no matter how good Amazon’s Fire TV is as a smart TV platform, the TV also has to stand on its own merits.
In our tests, the C350 produces a good enough picture that you can enjoy what’s on screen without getting annoyed by quality issues. It’s bright enough to watch during the day and the set produces good color.
Read our full Toshiba C350 4K Fire TV review.
Walmart shoppers will want to pay attention to the Onn 50-inch 4K Roku TV, one of the least expensive 4K smart TVs on the market. Packed with Roku’s user-friendly smart TV platform on a large screen for a ridiculously low price, it's a great basic model for those on a shoe-string budget. It's especially attractive if you're looking for an affordable way to upgrade from a 1080p set or want to make the move from a dumb TV to a smart TV, complete with Roku's rich assortment of apps and services.
But if picture or audio performance matters to you, you might be better off spending a bit more for a different TV. The picture quality had noticeable issues with brightness, contrast and color reproduction, and we were disappointed by the set's weak speakers. Even among the most affordable TVs, there are models that offer better bang for the buck.
Read our full Onn 50-inch 4K Roku Smart TV review.
The TCL 3 Series 32-inch 32S327 Roku TV is a small set that's soft on your wallet. For $170, and often less, it offers both full Roku access and a smart home device that cooperates with your Alexa or Google Assistant ecosystems. While the set doesn’t have a microphone for fielding queries, you could say “Hey Alexa, show me rom-coms” near one of the best Alexa speakers and receive a selection of movies across Roku channels.
Though the 325327's performance is far from premium, the 1920 x 1080p resolution satisfies for the screen's size. And it's even better than the Vizio D-series for gaming, with a lag time of 12.3 milliseconds.
Read our full TCL 3 Series 32-inch Roku TV (32S327) review.