You can currently buy a 70-inch Samsung 4K TV for less than $550

Prime Day deals have stretched beyond Amazon this year with several other major retailers getting into the game. Not to be left out, Best Buy has started its Black Friday sales early this year and they just so happen to fall on Prime Day. Today you can buy a brand new Samsung 70-inch 4K TV for less than $550 as part of this sale. There are plenty of Best Buy Prime Day sales, but if you want to take advantage of this Prime Day 4K TV deal, you’d better act fast since there are only a few hours left.

The Samsung 70-inch Samsung 6 Series LED 4K TV is regularly priced at $750, and this deal allows you to take it home for just $530. This savings of $220 is well worth it if you are in the market for a huge new smart TV packed with features. The HDR technology and 4K resolution offer sharp details and real-life colors. Paired those features with a Crystal processor, and you get an exquisite picture quality. This smart TV features next-gen apps, easy-to-use controls, and a bunch of enhancements for your viewing pleasure.

Along with all of the exceptional tech mentioned above, you also get your favorite apps such as Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube TV, and more. Two HDMI inputs allow you to pair your devices with the TV so you can view photos and home videos. Also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant so you can command the TV with your other devices.

If you’ve been holding out for a great deal on a smart TV, search no more. Best Buy has this Samsung 70-inch 6 Series 4K TV on sale for only $530. This is an excellent deal on one of the most sought-after TVs on the market, and it is big enough to turn any room into a theater room.

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