For some of the cheapest prices on TVs, you need to head to Walmart. The Walmart online store has a huge range of TVs in all prices ranges, from bottom of the barrel bargains to the highest-end luxury models. And there are often deals on many of them.
But how do you know which model is right for you? You don’t want to spend your hard-earned cash only to discover that your shiny new TV doesn’t look as good as you hoped, or that it’s missing a key feature like support for voice assistants or the ability to stream from your favorite service. That why we’ve combed through the available deals to bring you the cream of the crop, with the best deals on the best models.
Our top pick right now is this 65-inch Sony X800H 4K TV for only $938 — down over $300 from its usual price of $1243. This 4K TV has all the smart TV features you need, like instant access to the most popular streaming services including Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, as well as support for both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
Today’s best Walmart TV deals
58-inch Samsung 4K TV (UN58TU7000FXZA)
65-inch LG 2160p 4K TV
— $695, was $1,000
65-inch Sony KD65X750H 4K TV
— $748, was $2,000
65-inch TCL Roku Smart 4K QLED TV
— $877, was $1,300
65-inch Sony X800H 4K TV
— $925, was $1,243
65-inch LG 4K NanoCell TV
— $1,047, was $1,800
55-Inch LG Class 4K UHD OLED Smart TV with HDR, 2020 Model
— $1,397, was $1,600
Are all Walmart TV deals worth it?
Absolutely not. Walmart isn’t to blame, though. That would be the manufacturers who churn out subpar slop. Remember: If it’s too good to be true, it probably is. But by shopping through Digital Trends, you can rest assured that you’re taking home a product that’s worthy of a place at the center of your entertainment setup. Our experts vetted each and every deal and only included the crème de la crème at each price point. This means all you need to do is decide on a screen size then choose the most expensive television that fits the bill (but still falls into your budget) from the list above.
Something else worth considering is picture quality. If you’re a convenience viewer looking for a television to watch the latest must-see Netflix Original after work and the occasional movie on a weekend, a regular LED TV will do the trick. After something a bit more high-end? Consider an OLED TV or a QLED TV. Don’t feel pressured into making a purchase if you don’t see something above that doesn’t tickle your fancy, either: We’ve also rounded up all the best 4K TV deals, OLED TV deals, and QLED TV deals the leading retailers have to offer. There’s no harm in shopping around a bit.
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