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Best Buy knocked $100 off this 50-inch TCL 4K TV for the holidays

TCL 4-Series Android TV
TCL

The holidays always bring great savings. This year, we had Prime Day in October, Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals in November, and holiday sales in December. So if you missed out on grabbing a new TV, don’t worry — there are some great Best Buy Cyber Week TV deals still here. For instance, this 50-inch 4K TCL TV on sale for $250 — that’s $100 off the sticker price. If you want to surprise your significant other or roommate with an upgrade to your home theater, now’s the time to buy. Check out the deal here:

This TCL 50-inch Class 4 Series TV starts with amazing picture quality and ends with all the bells and whistles you could ask for. 4K Ultra HD is the minimum specification to watch media labeled “4K,” anything lower and you won’t actually see a difference. This is the perfect TV for the cinema experience. Action movies will pop off the screen. Dramas will suck you in. Nature documentaries will bring the wild outdoors right into your home. The TV is directly lit, so you can view it in dark or bright rooms and the colors will stay vibrant and rich. Fifty inches is a big TV, but certainly not extreme. This TCL would fit well in a living room or family room without dominating the space.

We can’t forget to mention the smart technology features, even though a majority of TVs have them these days. You can access all the major streaming services straight through your TV, no need for any external media device like a Fire TV Stick or a game console. The built-in Google Assistant means you can talk straight into your remote. Turn it on, say “I want to watch The Mandalorian,” and you’ve got baby yoda on your screen in seconds. It also integrates well with the Google smart home devices you already have in your house, such as the Google Nest.

More TV deals available now

There are tons of great sales going on in December, from Cyber Week deals to holiday savings. Cyber Week TV deals haven’t quite ended either, especially at Best Buy. You can check out some other great TV deals below:

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Best Buy Smart TVs Deals

Starting at $90

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65-inch Sony Master Series A9G OLED 4K TV

$2,800 $3,500
The Sony Master Series A9G is a no-brainer for anyone who can afford it, so much so we named it the best television on the market. Period. Android TV? Check. 4K HDR? Check. Google Assistant? Check.
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65-Inch Vizio Class OLED 4K UHD SmartCast TV

$1,800 $2,000
From games to movies and shows, this TV brings everything to life with excellent clarity and brightness. It's also equipped with the Ultra Color Spectrum technology for intense color accuracy.
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50-inch Toshiba LED Fire 4K TV

$320 $380
If you're after an affordable smart TV that's large enough to enjoy content in 4K, then look no further than this Toshiba LED TV. You can use the Fire TV software to stream your favorite services.
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65-inch LG CX Series OLED 4K TV

$2,000 $2,500
Sharp and beautiful with a AI processor to render your content in crispy 4K, this model is ultra thin and will fit into any space, and comes with voice assistant support built in and ready to go.
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75-inch Hisense H6510G LED 4K HDR Smart Android TV

$750 $1,000
This TV was already a shockingly good price for a 75-inch TV, but now it's just insane. Dolby Vision HDR, Android TV, Chromecast, and Google Assistant voice commands makes this a great overall TV.
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