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This 40-inch smart TV is down to $170 at Best Buy for Cyber Week

If you missed the chance to buy a smart TV on Cyber Monday, there’s no need to worry. You can still take advantage of Best Buy Cyber Week deals, which include offers such as this one for a 40-inch TCL smart TV for only $170, after a $30 discount to its original price of $200.

Smart TVs, which enable access to a variety of streaming services and apps, are becoming must-haves these days as more content goes online. You don’t usually see a 40-inch smart TV at below $200, which makes Best Buy’s offer for this TCL smart TV a hard one to ignore. There’s also no telling until when stocks will last, so if you want the smart TV in your home for the holidays or as a gift, you should click that Buy Now button as soon as you can.

The TCL 40S330 features a 40-inch Full HD screen that displays vivid details and colors, with a quad pedestal stand that looks stylish on any surface. The TV comes with two HDMI ports for easy switching between sources, and Bluetooth connectivity to wirelessly stream music to your smartphone, headphones, or a soundbar.

The smart TV is equipped with Google Assistant, which enables voice commands through its remote for functions such as launching apps and finding content. It also comes with Chromecast, so you can stream videos and pictures from compatible Android and iOS devices. The smart TV also offers easy access to streaming services such as Netflix and Disney+, so you can watch all your subscribed content in one place.

There’s a wide range of Cyber Week TV deals available, so if you want to take a look at other options, there won’t be a shortage of offers. However, if you’re already sold on the TCL 40S330, you should click on that Buy Now button while the deal is still online. The 40-inch smart TV is available from Best Buy for just $170, after a $30 discount to its original price of $200.

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If you want a smart TV with a bigger screen or advanced features, we’ve gathered more Cyber Week deals for TVs to help you with your search.

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$1,398 $1,800
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$528 $1,030
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50-inch Toshiba LED Fire 4K TV

$320 $380
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