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Best 75-inch TV deals: LG, Sony, TCL and more starting at $530

If you’re looking to go big when watching the best new movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Prime, Max, and more, a 75-inch 4K TV is a great way to do so. You can also save big with a 75-inch 4K TV, as there are a lot of them among the TV deals taking place right now. In fact, we’ve rounded up all of the best 75-inch TV deals you can currently take advantage of, and there’s a lot to choose from. Read onward for more details on how to save on a 75-inch 4K TV, and for some information on which model might be the right one for you.

Onn. 75-Inch Class 4K Frameless Roku Smart TV — $498, was $578

Onn. 75-Inch 4K Roku TV on a white background.

You may be surprised to hear that you can get a TV this large for under $500, but Walmart deals always surprise. This Roku TV can be controlled via remote or the Roku app on your phone, but but also works with Apple Home, Amazon Alexa, and Google Home. Roku TVs start out with The Roku Channel, which will let you watch certain programming for free and give you paid access to others, but it will also give you access to apps like Netflix or Disney+ if you have a subscription. The Onn. Roku TV streams in 4K and has a 60Hz refresh rate.

Toshiba 75-Inch Class C350 4K Smart Fire TV — $570, was $800

The 75-inch Toshiba C350 4K Smart Fire TV against a white background.

The Toshiba C350 Series brings you Fire TV and adds, on top of it, premium viewing options. For example, you get Regza Engine 4K for upscaling, Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10+ for premium images, and DTS Virtual: X for fantastic surround sound audio. It also has access to features we’re starting to see increasingly often, such as Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) for gaming. You can use the included Apple Voice Remote to control the TV and find the programming you want to watch, or use Apple Airplay to share content from a nearby Apple device, such as one of the best iPads, directly to your TV.

Hisense 75-Inch Class A6 Series Google TV — $580, was $650

Front angle of the Hisense A6 Series 4K smart TV.

The Hisense 75-Inch Class A6 Series Google TV is the first of several Google TV deals that we’ve found this season for you. While it shares many of the features of the previous TV, instead of connecting closely with Apple products, it connects better with the Google/Android system. For example, this TV includes a Google Assistant button on its remote and has Chromecast built-in. Since the system still remains slightly different than what you might be used to, we collected a host of Google TV tips that will not only inform you of the cool features of this TV type but also give you a taste of how it might feel to use one.

TCL 75-Inch Class S4 Google TV — $550, was $750

TCL S Class S4 LED 4K TV.

TCL’s 75-inch S4 Google TV is a highly-rated TV amongst our favorite Best Buy TV deals. This 2023 model TV has all of the latest features you can expect from a 4K LED TV. This includes HDR Pro, a featured streaming service lineup that includes Netflix and Disney+ among many others, DTS Virtual: X, and built-in Google Assistant usage. The TCL TV also works with Amazon Alexa. It also includes Motion Rate 240 for exceptional motion control, which makes for great sports viewing and — when combined with Auto Low Latency Mode for gaming — means the overall TV experience should feel seamless and smooth.

75-inch Hisense U6H Series ULED 4K TV — $640, was $800

Hisense U6H Fire TV.
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This 75-inch Hisense TV will bring a range of great features to your home theater. These include compatibility with Google Assistant and Alexa for voice controls, a filmmaker mode that displays movie content precisely as it was intended by the filmmaker, a game mode that automatically adjusts settings for smooth playback for video games, and Bluetooth connectivity for external devices like headphones, stereo components, and any of the best soundbars. This is also a Google TV, which gives you instant access to all sorts of streaming content.

LG 75-Inch Class UQ75 4K webOS TV — $730, was $750

The LG 50-inch UQ75 4K Smart TV against a white background.

Here’s a 4K TV that’s operating on something different than the Google, Apple, or Sony-style operating systems you usual hear about. It uses webOS, which is (oddly enough) based off on an old phone operating system that was a little before its time and never caught on. It might be a bit of a stretch to say that it will feel more phone-like than other TV brands, but it won’t be a stretch to say that — in addition to allow access to apps like Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max — the LG 75-Inch Class UQ75 4K webOS TV includes access to some 300+ free LG channels that include movies and sports, all able to be enhanced to 4K by the TV’s a5 Gen 5 AI processor. Finally, you’ll also be able to enjoy the TV’s game optimizing dashboard, which quickly adjusts options gaming options.

TCL 75-Inch Class Q6 Google TV — $800, was $900

2023 TCL Q6 4K QLED TV.

A fine offering from Best Buy and one of the best Google TVs, the TCL 75-Inch Class Q6 Google TV offers some of the quickest-changing pixels at the price. For example, it has Motion Rate 240 for motion clarity when you watch sports or action movies and fast, 120 VRR for varying refresh rates during gaming (i.e. a low lag experience). Oh, and the whole thing is a QLED TV, which means it is quite bright and can handle the light of your living room better than most TVs. Indeed, this is a great TV for families that want a variety of entertainment sources — video games and sports right alongside movie and news — together in their living room. But, when that gets annoying, you can also “Bluetooth in” to get a private listening experience from your Bluetooth headphones.

75-Inch Amazon Fire TV Omni Series — $860, was $1,050

The Amazon Fire TV Omni Series with the Fire TV platform on the screen.
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While you can always get a Fire Stick to upgrade any TV to a Fire TV, there’s also something to be said about having a TV with everything you need already built in. The 75-Inch Amazon Fire TV  Omni Series TV is a completely hands-free TV experience, with the TV itself including voice-command-receiving microphones. Instruct your TV to pull up the exact content you want from sources like Prime Video, Netflix, and Disney+ or connect with Alexa skills and other applicable smart home devices. If those microphones make you nervous (such as during slumber party revolution planning) there’s also an easy switch that electronically disconnects them.

Sony 75-inch X77L LED 4K TV — $930, was $1,100

The Sony X77L 50-inch 4K LED Google TV against a white background.

Sony is always amongst the best TV brands it seems, and this 75-inch 4K LED Smart TV is a contributor to that esteem. It produces a beautiful 4K picture and even has exclusive features PlayStation 5. Because it’s a Google TV, it’s able to take streaming to the next level with more than 700,000 movies and TV episodes, as well as live TV. It’s capable of upscaling everything you watch into the modern clarity of 4K, and it utilizes Ask Google for voice commands that can help you find movies, stream apps, play music, and control the TV.

TCL 75-inch Q7 QLED 4K TV — $1,100, was $1,400

TCL Q Class Q7 QLED 4K TV.

QLED picture technology is hard to beat. It produces one of the best images you can find in a TV, and the TCL Q7 4K TV does a good job of implementing it. QLED opens up a range of impressive features for TCL to pack into the TV, including a peak brightness of 1,000 nits and amazing contrast with more than 200 dimming zones. You’ll also find a 120Hz refresh rate on this TV, which makes it great for taking in action movies, sports events, and for getting down with some video games.

Sony 75-Inch Class BRAVIA XR X90K Google TV — $1,600, was $1,700

The Sony 75-Inch Class BRAVIA XR X90K Google TV with an image of bright, pink crystals on the screen.

There’s a reason that Sony is considered a “heavyweight” brand amongst the best TV brands of 2023. Not only does it have a quick, tailored connectivity to Sony soundbars and speakers, such as the Sony HT-A3000, it also has exclusive PS5 connectivity options and input lag as low as 8.5ms. Moreover, the Sony 75-Inch Class BRAVIA XR X90K Google TV offers intelligent TV processing to “real world” contrast, resulting in deep blacks and a combination of high peak contrast and natural colors for a more believable world. Stream content from Netflix, Disney+, and Peacock, and more via Google Assistant or dive into the BRAVIA CORE app, which provides 4K movies special to select Sony TVs.

Samsung 75-inch Q80C QLED 4K TV — $1,800, was $2,200

The Samsung Q80C placed in a living room on a TV stand.

As owners of any one of the best QLED TVs can attest, QLED technology produces one of the best 4K images available on the market right now. It utilizes dual LEDs and Quantum Dot color to create lifelike images, and an overall immersive home theater experience. This Samsung 75-inch QLED 4K Smart TV does all of that and more, as it’s even able to upscale older content into modern 4K clarity. Picture quality is heightened with HDR10+ technology, and Smart TV capabilities include compatibility with voice assistants and easy access to built-in streaming services.

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