Walmart has an 4K TV. It has slashed $250 off one of Samsung’s most respected midrange 50-inch 4K Ultra HD TVs, rocketing the price from $600 down to $350 — a total saving of 40%.in store for those on the lookout for a new
The retailer is also offering customers the option to take that $350 and hit it with a mallet, splitting the figure into twelve more digestible chunks of $34 per month. And it’s throwing in a $25 rebate in the form of statement credit for those who do.
To be more specific, the TV on sale is a 50-inch 4K TV in Samsung’s NU6900 Series, which was launched back in 2018 — so it’s equipped with all the standard features you’d expect from a modern TV, including HDMI and Wi-Fi.
Being a 4K TV, the UN50NU6900 can showcase native 4K content as well as standard full HD material in an upscaled 4K Ultra HD resolution. It also has an integrated HDR mode that can be called upon to extract additional detail from low-light scenes.
It would be rude to not touch on the fact it’s armed with Samsung’s Smart TV software, which is home to a number of streaming services, such as Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube — eliminating the need for a streaming stick.
A lot of great deals come across our desk, but this is one of the best we’ve seen in a while. Measuring in at 50 inches, it’s large enough to sit at the center of your entertainment setup, and you’ll only be paying $350 for the privilege.
Not sold? We’d recommend consulting our buying guide to find out what makes a fantastic TV. But don’t be surprised when you find the UN50NU6900 ticks all the midrange boxes, or disappointed when you come back to snag it and it’s gone.
If you’re in the market for something a little smaller or larger, check out our list of the best TV deals available right now. There’s a larger 55-inch curved model for $600 and a top-of-the-range 75-inch QLED one for $1,978, which is a hair less than half price.
Lastly, if you do decide to take the plunge, we’d suggest pairing it with a soundbar for the best results — here are some of the best.
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