Expiring soon: These 4th of July TV sales are sizzling hot—up to 50 percent off on Samsung, Vizio, Sony, LG and more

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The best TV sales for the 4th of July are right here! (Photo: Yahoo Life)
The best TV sales for the 4th of July are right here! (Photo: Yahoo Life)

This is your last chance. If it’s time for a TV upgrade, we’ve got you covered with dazzling new models at super-low prices. Retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, QVC and more are offering incredible deals on stunning TVs of various shapes and sizes — these 4th of July TV sales are too good to ignore.

We found incredible savings and deep discounts on all of the top brands, from Samsung and Sony to LG and Vizio. Scroll down for our picks for the best 4th of July TV sales. But act fast, these sales expire soon.

24 to 49 inches

Save 33 percent on this TV bestseller and get a free Echo Dot too. (Photo: Amazon)
Save 33 percent on this TV bestseller and get a free Echo Dot too. (Photo: Amazon)

Need a good TV for your bedroom, guest room or kitchen? This is the one. Amazon is offering one of its bestselling TVs— Insignia 24-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV Edition on sale for just $100 (was $150) plus a free Echo Dot (a $50 value) with promo code FTVE20 at checkout! You’ll save $100 total on this smart TV bundle. However, this promo ends soon.

As a Fire TV Edition, this model features video streaming with instant access to Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, YouTube, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and more. You don’t even have to add a streaming box or stick to this TV—it’s already built-in.

Even better? Alexa is included in the remote. So if you’re not a fan of endlessly scrolling through a grid of movie titles (and really, who is), you can just say, “Alexa, play Dirty Dancing,” and she’ll make your wish come true. This is the ideal TV for cord-cutters.

“This is an excellent little 24-inch TV. Works great for small rooms,” writes an excited five-star reviewer. “I’ve had zero issues with my TV or remote...Fire Stick TV is the way to go. Love having access to Netflix, YouTube and everything else.”

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50 to 55 inches

Save $200 on this Samsung 55-inch QLED 4K TV. (Photo: Samsung)
Save $200 on this Samsung 55-inch QLED 4K TV. (Photo: Samsung)

On sale for $900 (was $1,100) for a limited time, this Samsung Q70T 55-inch QLED 4K UHD Smart TV is the latest and greatest 4K TV from the South Korean tech giant. Equipped with a big 55-inch 4K display, it features sharp detail and impressive audio, along with exceptional colors and inky black levels.

This 4K beauty has a buttery smooth high refresh rate (240Hz), which means motion and action are effortless with no hiccups or lag. It also comes with video streaming, so you don’t have to add a Chromecast, Fire TV Stick, a Roku device or an Apple TV box to watch Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and more streaming apps.

“This version has great picture quality and great sound with automatic volume adjustment,” explains a happy TV shopper. “Love that when the kids get noisy we don’t miss what’s being said on the TV. All the Smart features are great. Our apps are all in one place, easy to find and you only need one remote.”

This 4K TV is also available at Amazon and Samsung.com for about the same price.

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65 inches

Save $350 on this TCL 4K TV. (Photo: TCL)
Save $350 on this TCL 4K TV. (Photo: TCL)

Want something with a little bit more bang for your buck? Right now, you can score this TCL 65-inch Class 6-Series 4K UHD QLED Smart TV for an ultra low $750 — that’s $350 off for 4th of July weekend. Happy birthday, America! We got you a new 4K TV.

So what makes this TV worth your time and energy? It boasts a massive 65-inch QLED display and HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Dolby Vision settings for vibrant colors and dark black levels. Now movies and TV shows will look better than ever. In fact, the picture and audio quality are the same you’d find at Dolby Laboratories and Dolby Cinema at AMC Theatres—it’s that breathtaking.

The TCL 4K TV model also features built-in Roku with more than 500,000 video streaming channels — including Netflix, HBO Now, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Hulu, CNN, ESPN+ and more. Use the voice commands for hands-free navigation and search via Alexa and Google Assistant.

“There may be more expensive models on the market but why pay more when this 4K TV delivers one of the best pictures out there?,” asks a five-star Amazon reviewer. “The HDR and Dolby Vision are stunning. The smart features by Roku are amazing and streaming has never looked better.”

This sale ends at the end of the weekend.

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75 to 85 inches

Go big and save $400 on this massive LG 70-inch 4K TV. (Photo: LG)
Go big and save $400 on this massive LG 70-inch 4K TV. (Photo: LG)

If you’re looking for a gigantic 4K TV for a large living room or bedroom, we found the 4th of July TV sale of your dreams. Right now, you can get this LG 70-inch Class 4K UHD Smart LED TV (UM7370PUA) for just $797, or $400 off at B&H Photo Video. Paying less than $800 for such a big TV is pretty sweet, especially since this sale is set to expire soon.

The TV sports LG ThinQ AI for speedy responsiveness and smart entertainment control. It takes a lot of power to deliver 4K video at this size, but this LG gets it done.

Thanks to LG’s webOS technology, it comes with video streaming included for quick access to popular streaming channels like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Now, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, ESPN+, and more. It even comes with LG’s Magic Remote, which you can use for voice search and to point-and-click through the display like a wireless mouse.

“We recently cut the cord and went all streaming because the pricing of cable is out of control,” shares a shopper. “This TV offers all the apps and downloads you need with access to Google Home, Alexa and AI. The Magic Remote is a must have and interface is super easy to navigate. The always growing content on the LG store allows you to download apps and games to keep the entire family entertained.”

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