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Best Amazon TV deals for September 2022

With the biggest range and some of the best prices on the internet, Amazon is a great first stop when shopping for a new TV. The store offers great deals which can help you save big on new purchases, but these don’t always last for long so you should move fast to get what you want. You can also check out the various TV deals on offer everywhere to see if there’s anything else you like before you make a big purchase. If your home theater could use an upgrade, read on to see our top picks for the best Amazon TV deals.

Toshiba 32-inch Class V35 Series TV — $140, was $200

toshiba 32-inch Fire TV displaying its dashboard.

Not everyone needs a 4K TV and not every room needs one either. If you just need a basic HD TV, the Toshiba 32-inch Class V35 Series TV offers that while also including useful smart TV functionality. It has Alexa built-in via the voice remote so you can manage your TV power and volume, and navigate it with your voice. You can even ask it to find shows you might like with the TV also as there’s access to over one million streaming movies and TV episodes through the service thanks to extensive streaming app support. Apple AirPlay support along with DTS Virtual:X technology ensures this is a cheap but feature-rich device.

TCL 55-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV — $330, was $600

A TCL 55 inch Class 4 Series 4K UHD Smart Roku TV on a white background.

One of the best TV brands for value, TCL knows how to get the most out of your budget. With the TCL 55-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV, you get a great 4K resolution and HDR support with a plethora of useful features. This includes a personalized home screen so you can easily access all your favorites. There’s support for pretty much every streaming app you can think of, while voice controls with either Alexa or Google Assistant make it a breeze to find new content. With useful features across the board, the TCL 55-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV is great value for what it packs in.

Amazon Fire TV 50-inch 4-Series 4K TV — $350, was $470

Amazon Fire TV 4-Series 4K HDR TV.

The Amazon Fire TV 50-inch 4-Series 4K TV offers a great 4K picture with support for HDR10, HLG, as well as Dolby Digital Plus. You get a more vibrant picture than with other TVs in this price range, plus there’s extensive Amazon Fire TV support. You can ask it with your voice to find apps, movies, or shows, as well as check the weather or find out sports scores. There’s support for all your favorite streaming apps along with Alexa skills too. You can also connect up to three HDMI inputs so it’s a well-rounded device if you’re looking for a TV for your den, the kids’ bedroom, or somewhere else where you need to hook up additional devices.

TCL 65-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV — $579, was $800

A TCL 65-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV mounted on a living room wall with an image of the Northern Lights on screen.

For a sizeable screen for less, there’s the TCL 65-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV. Its huge screen has support for HDR as well as 4K resolution so it looks pretty good when watching movies or playing games. There’s Google Assistant built in so you can easily find content with your voice, as well as receive personalized recommendations. You can even control smart home devices via it, as well as curate watchlists for you and the family. Think of it as a home hub as well as a great TV.

Hisense A6 Series 75-inch 4K TV — $608, was $678

Front angle of the Hisense 50-inch A6 Series smart TV.

The Hisense A6 Series 75-inch 4K TV doesn’t just offer a huge 4K screen — it also bundles in some genuinely useful features. For instance, there’s support for Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 which means picture quality is going to be better than a regular 4K screen. Additionally, there are dedicated Sports and Games modes so your TV is going to look even better when you’re playing a game or watching the big match. An auto low latency mode when gaming is a huge help while the Sports Mode ensures motion is smoother at all times. Hisense’s AI 4K Upscaler is great for improving non-4K content, too. Finally, with Chromecast built in, all your streaming needs are covered.

LG 65-inch QNED MiniLED 99 Series TV — $1,997, was $3,497

LG 65-inch QNED MiniLED 99 Series 8K TV on a white background.

If you want one of the best TVs around, you’ve no doubt been checking out the 8K TV deals going on. The LG 65-inch QNED MiniLED 99 Series TV is the ultimate 8K TV. Thanks to its 8K resolution and superior backlighting, you get a truly lifelike picture whatever your intentions. Deeper blacks and a higher level of contrast all combine to provide the ultimate picture. LG’s a9 Gen 4 AI processor 8K extends that courtesy to non-8K content, too, so everything looks sublime. Features like Cinema HDR, Dolby Vision IQ, and Dolby Atmos mean you get a picture quality like nothing else you’ve seen before. Gamers will love the Game Optimizer mode too. If money is no object, this is the TV deal for you.

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