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Can’t afford a Sony 4K TV? Try these 4K TV deals instead

TCL Class 4 Series 4K UHD Smart Roku TV angled view

TVs are expensive, especially when you get into the 4K UHD and 8K UHD categories, or when you dabble with well-known brand names like Sony. Because of that, many of us wait for some excellent 4K TV deals to come around, before upgrading, getting a new TV, or making that big purchase. Every so often, however, a deal drops that you just need to jump on.

Several of those deals are available right now, at Walmart, which is offering sizable discounts on the TCL Class 4 Series 4K UHD Smart TV in different sizes. They’re virtually the same, with identical features and specs, except for the screen size. The TCL 43-inch is $348 or over $80 off. The TCL 55-inch is $530. Finally, the TCL 65-inch is $698 or $300 off. Availability is limited on all three sizes, so act soon if you want one.

The TCL Class 4 Series 4K UHD Smart TV comes in several sizes, including 43-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch. There are some minor differences, but for the most part, they are virtually the same.

All of them include the Roku smart TV system built-in with 4K UHD streaming and access to over 500,000 movies and TV shows. Right out of the box you can install and play your favorite streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Disney+, and more. The voice-enabled remote control allows you to search for content, modify playback, or even change TV inputs with voice commands.

Where they differ most is the connectivity. The 43-inch has 3 HDMI inputs, 1 of which is ARC-ready. The 55-inch has 3 HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 support, and 1 is ARC-ready. Finally, the 65-inch has 4 HDMI inputs, with 1 ARC-ready. They are all VESA-mount compatible, as well. The 43-inch and 55-inch use a 200x200mm configuration, while the larger 65-inch uses a 300x300mm configuration.

Ultimately, they are highly-capable Smart TVs available at a budget-friendly price. If you’ve been waiting for a good time to upgrade or grab a new TV, now’s the perfect opportunity. Normally $430, the TCL 43-inch is $348 or over $80 off. The TCL 55-inch is $530. Normally $1,000, the TCL 65-inch is $698 or $300 off. Availability is limited on all three sizes, so act soon if you want one. Free two-day delivery is included with all of them.

More 4K TV deals available now

If you want either a different brand or a different size, there are plenty of TV deals available right now. We rounded up the best ones and included them below. Check them out!

Thanks to TCL's use of quantum dots, this TV has super color accuracy for the kind of picture quality we normally associate with TVs that cost in the thousands. more

75-inch Sony Z8H 8K TV

$3,400 $4,000
For a truly stunning experience for watching movies and playing games, this Sony TV has an X1 ultimate processor for upscaling content and a speaker integrated into the frame itself. more
Enjoy 4K content with bright colors and support for Dolby Vision HDR, with a fast processor for 4K upscaling and Vizio's SmartCast software. more
Sony's Bravia range is always popular, and this version comes in a 65-inch size to suit most medium rooms. It has an OLED display, Google TV software, and 4K upscaling. more
Grab a bargain with this very affordable entry into the world of 4K TVs in the 55-inch size. Enjoy HDR support and easy streaming with AirPlay2 and Chromecast built in. more
One of the hottest trends in TVs right now is screens that display art and blend into their surroundings when they aren't in use. This is LG's take on that concept, with an OLED screen. more
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