Best Prime Day 4K TV deals: Sony, TCL, and Vizio get price cuts

You don’t have to wait until Black Friday to score a fantastic deal on 4K TV — Amazon Prime Day has arrived and with it oodles of discounted top-rated 4K televisions from the likes of LG, Samsung, Sony, TCL, and Vizio, including QLEDs and OLEDs.

Here’s the catch: With thousands of TVs on the market all claiming to be the best at something, it’s difficult to separate the good from the bad. So to help you get the most bang for your buck this Prime Day, we’re highlighting all the best 4K TV deals. We’ve even featured a few stellar savings from Walmart’s Prime Day sale.

Best 4K TV deals for Prime Day 2019

LG C8 65" OLED 4K TV

$1,599 $2,500
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While QLED is king on paper, OLED isn't far behind, delivering one of the best viewing experiences money can buy — so don't miss your chance to snag one of LG's finest at a rock-bottom price.

Sony 49" Bravia X800E 4K TV (2019)

$499 $898
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This Sony television offers beautiful 4K resolution and HDR for under $500.

VIZIO 50" 4K Ultra HD

$280 $428
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Vizio offers an impressive lineup of affordable 4K TVs, and at just $279, it doesn't get more wallet-friendly than this.

TCL 65" Class 4K Ultra HD

$499 $999
Expires soon
Amazon is known for offering steep discounts on TCL TVs, but Walmart is actually offering the best TV deal right now on this 65-inch model.

Samsung Q90R 65" QLED 4K TV

$2,196 $3,297
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Deals on QLED TVs are few and far between, let alone one on a brand-spanking new model. As such, this fantastic offer on a 65-inch Samsung Q90R is not to be missed.

TCL 43" Class 4K Ultra HD

$250 $500
Expires soon
Get a sweet deal on one of TCL's popular Roku smart TVs. Great smarts, great picture, great value.

Sony XBR65X850F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV

$849 $1,245
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Save big on Sony's second-best 2018 TV model. This 65-inch beauty has 4K, HDR, and some of the best picture processing you can buy. Android TV makes streaming Amazon Video and Netflix a breeze!

LG 65" 4K HDR TV

$550 $799
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This massive 4K TV from LG is a solid upgrade if you're looking for something bigger, especially given the price.

Samsung 65" 4K QLED TV

$1,297 $1,799
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If you're looking for crystal-clear picture quality, Samsung's QLED TVs are right up your alley.

Amazon’s Prime Day has always been a hotbed for discounted 4K TVs and Amazon Prime Day 2019 is no different — with everything from Toshiba Fire TVs and TCL Roku TVs to LG OLED TVs and Samsung QLED TVs on sale for a fraction of their usual price.

As expected, it’s the older models that have been treated to the most significant price cuts, but that’s not such a bad thing: LG, Samsung, and co. all released a number of must-have TVs in 2018, some of which have been reduced by as much as 76%.

How To Choose A 4K TV

Best Prime Day TV Deals
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What’s the most crucial piece of advice we’d give someone looking for a new TV? Know your limit. The last thing you want to do is shell out north of $1,000 for a 65-inch OLED television only to find that it won’t fit through the door, let alone on the wall.

Once you’ve established the size you’re after, you can start considering features that could be of use. There’s a lot to choose from, ranging from Roku OS on TCL’s latest TVs, to Google Chromecast and Google Assistant on select Sony and Vizio models.

Almost all 4K TVs come with HDR and a 4K Upscaler built in, though performance will vary depending on the brand you’re shopping and the price — a high-end Samsung will handle both a lot better than a bottom-of-the-barrel Hisense, for example.

Looking for more unmissable deals? Head over to our list of the top Amazon Prime Day sales.

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