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We’ve made it halfway through 2021, which means that retailers are finally advertising deeper discounts on the latest and greatest 4K TVs. If you didn’t get to take advantage of any Prime Day TV deals (or just want to see how many discounted TVs you can accrue by the end of the year), it’s not too late — there are still plenty of holdovers from the sale, along with some new deals that have popped up in the interim.
Here are the best 4K TV deals we’ve seen this month:
The Best 4K TV Deals Right Now
Sony 65″ Class BRAVIA XR X90J 4K Smart Google TV
Sale Price: $1,399.99 | Reg. Price: $1,799.99
In comparison to its cohort of BRAVIA 4K TVs, the X90J is a modest midsize option that is suitable for plenty of different uses. Most of its features are geared towards ease of navigation (a Google standard), connectivity with other smart devices and dynamic image processing.
Future-forward 4K TV shoppers will be happy with the X90J’s HDMI 2.1-enhanced connectivity, but dedicated next-gen console gamers might be concerned about its lack of variable refresh rate or automatic low-latency mode. Between its dedicated Game Mode and its broad array of picture-enhancing features, you likely won’t have any major issues with this TV unless your gaming setup has an undeniable need for speed.
LG 65″ Class 4K 80 Series TV with AI ThinQ
Sale Price: $776.99 | Reg. Price: $949.99
The 65″ LG UHD 80 Series is slender in both profile and price. If you have an awkwardly proportioned space that might not typically allow for a relatively large TV, this shallow (and relatively lightweight) model might be a good fit for you.
Features-wise, LG took a “little bit of everything” approach when designing the UHD 80 Series. Game Optimizer reduces latency with its customizable settings while the Quad Core 4K Processor upscales and enhances the picture — and it is all tied together by LG’s signature ThinQ AI and Magic Remote (among other connectivity options).
Samsung 65″ Class Q80A Series 4K Smart Tizen TV
Sale Price: $1,399.99 | Reg. Price: $1,699.99
If you’re in the market for a crisp, vivid TV screen that will immerse the entire room in your shows and movies, you should check out Samsung’s Q80A line of QLED TVs. Cinephiles and gamers will especially appreciate the combined power of Direct Full Array dimming, intelligent Quantum 4K Processing and Quantum HDR12X.
Slickdealers hold varying opinions on the Q80A, especially those who own older models from the same Samsung line. It sounds like these issues stem from personal brightness preferences, which is hardly an indictment against the TV itself. As randomchaos pointed out, the Q80A is well suited for shoppers looking for an IPS panel TV designed to accommodate awkward/multiple viewing angles.
Toshiba 50″ C350 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
Sale Price: $419.99 | Reg. Price: $469.99
There’s no need to undermine the Toshiba C350’s suite of fancy connectivity and upscaling features, but its shockingly appealing and subtly designed chassis is the most unusual attribute for a TV at this price point. The delicately beveled stand and screen edges are conscious choices made under Toshiba’s “philosophy of Essential Beauty,” a principle typically reserved for fancy $4,000 Samsung art TVs.
Slickdealers seem equally surprised and impressed by its quality. BillyRandom went so far as to say that the 2020 version of this TV held its own against acclaimed brands such as Samsung and LG. Biobitworks said it has even improved since last year, with the addition of an extra 8GB of storage and an extra HDMI and USB port.
LG 48″ Class CX Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV (2020 Model)
Sale Price: $1,299.99 | Reg. Price: $1,499.99
You can save $200 on one of our most frequently featured OLED TVs from 2020, the LG CX Series 4K Smart TV. Some key features include α9 Gen 3 AI dynamic processing, pixel-level dimming and an impressive variety of different viewing modes and connectivity options. If you are a My Best Buy customer, make sure to log into your account before checking out — that is how you knock $50 off of the $1,299.99 regular sale price.
Burn-in might be a much smaller issue than it was in the days of plasma screens, but some OLED TV owners are still cautious. According to Slickdealer Corporate Thug, Best Buy’s Geek Squad is the only retail store that offers burn-in coverage. If you were considering buying a discounted LG CX TV elsewhere, this might factor into your calculations.
Sony 75″ X950H 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV (2020 Model)
Sale Price: $1,998 | Reg. Price: $3,499.99
Geezeefosheezee laid out the strengths of the Sony X950H better than anyone else could — it is great for people who value brands with consistent quality over deep discounts from lesser-known companies. It’s perfect for those who play media that benefits from a wide viewing angle and Dolby vision and anyone who isn’t hung up on the lack of HDMI 2.1 connections.
Multiple retailers are offering a similar deal, but BuyDig is the only retailer offering a $100 Visa gift card and four years of warranty for accidental damage. On top of that, Slickdeals Rewards members can earn up to 2.5% cashback if they purchase this TV through BuyDig.
Sony 65″ X80J 4K Ultra HD LED Smart Google TV
Sale Price: $898 | Reg. Price: $999.99
With each new release year, high-end 4K TVs are in a perpetual race towards the future. Cutting-edge features that might work great someday are swell and all, but the real action happens in the “serviceable budget TV” arena. Compared to last year’s model, this 65-inch X80J has a 69.71% color gamut, a significant increase.
The Google UI has been a polarizing subject among 4K fans, but reviews suggest it seems to work smoothly, even when using the built-in Google Assistant on the remote.
Insignia 43″ Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
Sale Price: $279.99 | Reg. Price: $319.99
This midsize 4K TV deal from Best Buy foregoes fancy bells and whistles to bring you the bare essentials for the right price. On top of Alexa and other amenities native to a Fire TV, the Insignia 43″ Class F30 makes it easy to access your favorite streaming service apps, such as Apple+, Disney+, Hulu, Prime and more. If that’s not enough, you can plug your computer into your TV using one of its three HDMI inputs.
These 2021 TV deals are only going to get better over time, so you should set a Deal Alert if you’re holding out for something even better. We’ll let you know when we see a new sale on the TV you’re looking for.
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