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Whether you tune in for the plays, the over-the-top halftime show, or the big-budget commercials, the Super Bowl is inarguably the biggest TV event of the year — and of course, you need a screen to match. And January is a great time to buy, because the best Super Bowl TV deals for 2020 are happening now.
Even if you don’t care about the hits or teams, it’s still one of the best times of the year to invest in a great TV. The magnitude of the Super Bowl means screens of all sizes will be discounted in anticipation of the game. In short, whether you’re a football fan or not, you can still take advantage of the jaw-dropping sales on all the top brands
This is the first Super Bowl to be broadcast and streamed in 4K Ultra HD, so expect plenty of markdowns on those high definition screens. Additionally, with CES now firmly behind us, stores have to make room for brand new models, which translates to discounts on 2019 options. The flashy new screens will hit stores in the spring, so stores are on a bit of a time crunch here (which explains the low prices).
Regardless of whether you need to have a new TV for game day or just want a brand new 4K TV for all your favorite shows, we picked out the cream of the crop from Samsung, VIZIO, Sony, LG and more. And if you’re an NFL fan, all you have to worry about now is making sure you have enough dips, wings and brews for the big day.
Shop the deals below:
30 and 40 inches up
If you live in a small apartment or just need a TV for your bedroom, this Toshiba 43-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is an impressive pick for its display clarity and Amazon Fire TV platform built-in. It even supports Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) for exceptional and bright colors with deep black levels. Trust us, even though this TV is small, it’s also pretty mighty—especially if you want to watch this season’s Big Game.
Shop it: Toshiba 43-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV HDR — Fire TV Edition (43LF711U20), $230 (was $330), amazon.com
One of the best ways to watch the Super Bowl this year is to display the game on the LG 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (55UM7300PUA). It’s large enough for a get-together of friends and family to gather around for some amazing NFL action (not to mention all of those big-budget TV commercials). It comes with the Alexa voice assistant built-in for hands-free navigation and voice search.
Pssst: The game is streaming on Fox Sports, SlingTV, Hulu TV, YouTube TV, NFL Game Pass and other services.
Shop it: LG Alexa Built-in 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (55UM7300PUA), $460 (was $700), amazon.com
All of your hard-hitting NFL action starts here! For this year’s game, go even bigger with this VIZIO 75-inch V-Series 4K HDR Smart LED TV (V755-G4). You’ll feel just like you’re in the middle of the game with this immersive 75-inch Ultra HD display, eye-popping colors and high refresh rate (120Hz) that makes watching live sports look fluid and absolutely captivating.
Trust us, this massive 4K TV is going to be the toast of your Super Bowl party! Well, maybe after the game itself.
Shop it: VIZIO 75-inch V-Series 4K HDR smart LED TV (V755-G4), $780 (was $998), walmart.com
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