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Best Walmart Cyber Monday TV Deals 2020: HDTVs, 4K TVs, 8K TVs

If you’re searching for a new television, Walmart is the place to look. Just head over to its website. You’ll find at least two dozen on sale. However, not all of these models are deserving of your hard-earned cash. Some are missing must-have features while others have more discreet trade-offs that could prove to be an inconvenience in a month’s time. Fortunately, Digital Trends is here to help: We’ve sifted through the retailer’s online catalog, separating the good from the bad. What we’re left with is a collection of the best Walmart Cyber Monday TV deals.

The best Walmart Cyber Monday TV deal available right now? A 50-inch Samsung NU6900 for $330 — down $70 from $550. Why? Because it’s is one of the most well-rounded 4K TVs on the shelves, offering instant to an endless selection of on-demand content through streaming services like Netflix. There’s also a UHD Engine for transforming non-4K Ultra HD content into a higher 4K Ultra HD resolution and HDR10, which can be called upon to extract more detail from the scene at hand. All of this makes it a match made in heaven for the average viewer.

Today’s best Walmart Cyber Monday TV deals

Are all Walmart Cyber Monday 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 Cyber Monday TV deals the other leading retailers have to offer. There’s no harm in shopping around a bit.

More TV deals available now

Every major retailer is having Cyber Monday sales right now. Check out pages like our Best Buy Cyber Monday Deals, or check out any of the deals below:

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