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These 4K TVs are on sale for as little as $250 to celebrate CES 2020

CES 2020 is drawing to a close. The leading manufacturers have made their announcements and the nation’s retailers have started moving stock to the discount bin to clear shelf space for the slew of new 4K TVs and 8K TVs showcased this week. So if you aren’t fussed about having the latest hardware, now is the perfect time to put a shiny new television at the center of your entertainment setup on the cheap — and with pricing starting at just $250 for a must-have 4K TV from Samsung, and flexible 12-month financing available to boot, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

The purpose of these sales is to burn through a large volume of stock in a short amount of time, and that’s exactly what they will do. This means time can’t be wasted researching 4K TVs — a mere matter of seconds can be the difference between scoring a bargain and missing out. That’s where we come in. We tasked our crack team of deal hunters with the mission of selecting the best offers, making sure they’re the cheapest in town. The result? Four 4K TVs that are on sale on Walmart that are simply too good to miss — starting with a 43-inch and maxing out at a 65-inch.

As usual, our top pick is highlighted in bold.

Need a bit more information before pulling the trigger? Here’s a closer look at them.

43-inch Samsung NU6900 4K TV — $250 ($250 off)

Hunting down a 4K TV for a bedroom or kitchen? Walmart has knocked $250 off the 43-inch Samsung NU6900, dropping it down to only $250. Don’t let its size fool you, though. The Samsung NU6900 is one of the most versatile, well-rounded 4K TVs in town, offering one-click access to streaming services like Disney+ and Netflix right out of the box — no set-top box or streaming stick needed. Pair this with both a 4K Ultra HD screen and HDR10+, which can be called upon to squeeze additional detail from supported content, and it’s no surprise the NU6900 is one of the most popular 4K TVs out there.

55-inch TCL 4-Series 4K TV — $300 ($70 off)

Those after something with a little more oomph should look no further than the 55-inch TCL 4-Series. Usually $370, it’s on sale for just $300 at Walmart. Frankly, there isn’t an awful lot to say about the TCL 4-Series other than that it offers access to near-enough the same feature set as the 43-inch Samsung NU6900 (and the 60-inch LG UM6950 that follows) with the main difference being the TCL is decked out with Roku OS smart software. This means it’s a Roku TV. The benefit of that? It can tap into the most complete selection of streaming services known to man. It’s a cord-cutters dream.

60-inch LG UM6950 4K TV — $400 ($100 off)

Need a larger screen? Enter the 60-inch LG UM6950. Again, there isn’t a whole lot new here that the other two 4K TVs we’ve featured so far can do. It’s the cheapest 60-inch 4K TV with all the bells and whistles you need for a straightforward, immersive out-of-the-box home viewing experience from a reputable manufacturer we found. Suffice to say, like the 43-inch Samsung NU6900 and 55-inch TCL 4-Series, it has smart software for instant streaming through the likes of Netflix (this time, it’s LG’s webOS) and multi-format HDR for wringing every last drop of detail from the scene at hand.

65-inch Samsung NU6900 4K TV — $480 ($320 off)

Last but not least, we have the 65-inch Samsung NU6900. With a massive $320 off, it’s hands down the best value for money on the list. After all, where else can you find a humongous 65-inch 4K TV, from a big-brand manufacturer, for less $500? Nowhere. Being a larger version of the 43-inch Samsung NU6900 we featured earlier, it’s identical in all departments, except size (duh!). This means it comes with the exact same Tizen OS smart software — which can be used to tune into the top streaming services like HBO Now and Netflix, without hooking up aftermarket hardware — and HDR10+.

No cash? Split the cost!

Fallen in love with a 4K TV that’s a little out of your budget? Walmart has a 12-month installment scheme available that will let you stretch the cost of the television. Best of all, this financing program is flexible in the sense that you can opt to pay the bare minimum each month, which will see the arrangement run from January 2020 through January 2021, or you can choose to fork out a little more to clear it faster. Just keep in mind that if you default on a payment or exceed the 12-month term, the retailer will lump on a load of charges and interest that will send the price sky-high.

Here’s a breakdown of how that pans out for the above models at the cheapest possible monthly payment:

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