TVs From Sony, Samsung, Hisense Are Over $2,000 off (!) for Memorial Day
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MEMORIAL DAY deals are no joke this year, from major savings on Amazon to luggage deals to top clothing brands like Lululemon. Perhaps best of all? The fantastic Memorial Day TV sales on some of the best TVs out there, including brands like Samsung, Sony, Hisense and more. We've been keeping our eyes on TV deals since the beginning of the year, so we are whittling this list down to only the very best deals that are worth your cash—and worth buying during this Memorial Day sale season.
It's no secret that top-rated TV brands come with price tags to match. The high-tech screens will give your wallet a run for its money, but you'll also get a TV with incredible clarity, motion and color contrast. Whether you're looking for a QLED or OLED model, both are on sale right now.
If you're looking for a more budget-friendly pick, opt for a brand like Hisense or Amazon Fire TV. The two brands have TVs coming under the $1,000 price point (and some under $500) that don't sacrifice y0ur screen quality. On sale picks from the two aforementioned brands offer both a QLED and 4K experience.
Is Memorial Day a good time to buy a TV?
Memorial Day is an excellent time to buy a TV. The federal holiday, falling on May 29 this year, typically brings about big sales from major retailers like Amazon and Walmart, which means you'll see price drops across almost all categories. In year's past, we've seen steep price cuts on electronics, TVs included. Now that the official holiday weekend is here, the discounts over $1,000 mean you can save big. Memorial Day 2023 is a great chance for a TV upgrade.
Where are the best places to find Memorial Day TV deals?
Major retailers like Amazon and Walmart are two of the most convenient places to get your new TV, and the sites where you're most likely to find a great deal. Amazon has been having somewhat regular deals on TVs since the year began, so it's a great place to get started on your bargain hunt. Walmart has dropped prices on a handful of more midrange picks, so it's a great place to start if you're on a budget.
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50-inch Class QLED Q80B Series 4K UHD Smart TV
This under $1k TV from Samsung is an affordable (relative to other Samsung pricing) QLED pick from the top of the line brand. The screen offers 4K resolution for crisp, clear visuals no matter what you're watching or playing. The TV features Samsung's Direct Full Array display, which eliminates light leakage (to enhance details in the screen's picture) and focused backlights to create a nice contrast between colors.
You can access multiple voice control options and choose between Bixby, Alexa or Google Assistant. The TV has four HDMI ports for output to gaming systems and other devices.
65-inch Class Neo QLED 4K QN85B Series Smart TV
This screen from Samsung features Quantum Mini LED lights, giving the device more control over the individual zones of light so you're left with clear, bright and colorful imagery.
A step up from the Q80B series, this Neo QLED TV's processor utilizes AI based deep learning to analyze and optimize your content during the 4K upscaling process. Basically, it's taking major charge in giving you an enhanced viewing of non-4K content, which is why the Neo QLED sees a price bump from strictly QLED picks.
The TV also features a 120hz refresh rate, so sports and fast paced action movies have smooth motion and crystal clear clarity.
85-inch Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series Smart TV
The QN90B series also features Quantum Mini LEDs and a Neo Quantum 4K processor for upscaling content. Beyond those high tech features is an anti-glare screen, so if your living room or bedroom gets a lot of light during the day you don't have to worry about losing picture quality to the sun (Samsung calls this technology Ultra Viewing Angle).
The sound system in the TV has Object Tracking Sound+ which will have you feeling in the middle of the action and amplify 3D sound from the TV's speakers.
You can also set the TV to Comfort Mode, a feature that intelligently adapts your display and reduces blue light to keep your eyes from feeling strained while you binge your favorite shows.
Oh, and did we mention it's $2,200 off?
65-Inch Class QLED 4K The Frame Smart TV
The Frame is the TV on everyone’s list, since it doubles as art on the wall and a high-quality TV. The 4K QLED screen has a matte display, so you can enjoy all your favorite movies or sports with a reduced glare from outside light, and when the TV is in Art Mode you’ll hardly notice it’s not behind a glass frame. The TV has 100% Color Volume, which delivers an expanded color range so you can see loads of detail no matter what you’re watching.
For an additional spend, you can customize the bezel your Frame TV comes in to a wood tone that perfectly matches your space. The TV even has a built-in motion sensor to turn Art Mode on and off depending on the movement in the room.
55-inch A90J Series BRAVIA XR OLED 4K UHD Smart TV
Personally, I'm a sucker for a good OLED TV. The technology of an OLED pick delivers super clear color contrast and deep, inky blacks. TL;DR: if your TV is in a room that doesn't get a ton of natural light or you mostly watch after the sun goes down, this Sony OLED pick is the way to go.
The processor in this screen is top of the line, so you'll experience enhanced, blur-free motion during sports games and streaming, billions of accurate colors that are easy for your eyes to process, and more.
In a twist from a standard sound system, the speaker for this TV is actually built into the screen itself to give you a truly immersive experience.
65-inch Bravia XR 4K Ultra HD X90K Series Smart Google TV
Cutting right to the chase—a 65-inch Sony TV for $1,000 is an incredible find, so this is a deal we had to take note of.
This premium smart TV has a Full Array LED display that shows off deep blacks and high brightness that allow details to come through while you're watching. It has a 120hz refresh rate that helps keep motion clear and crisp.
The screen has traditionally placed speakers as well as Acoustic Multi-Audio and Dolby Atmos support for a stellar sound experience that connects your audio and visual experience seamlessly.
75-inch Bravia XR X95K Series Smart Google TV
This is the lowest price this 75-inch Sony screen has ever been, and at a full $1,300 off, it's a major TV upgrade that comes at a fraction of the original cost.
The screen itself features thousands of mini LEDs that are controlled by an XR Backlight Master Drive that delivers deep color contrast, a maximum brightness and natural colors no matter what you're watching. The processor provides support for enhanced content from Dolby Vision, IMAX Enhanced and Netflix Adaptive Calibrated Mode. And the screen has wide viewing angles, so you're seeing the same stunning colors and details no matter where you're sitting in the room.
43-inch A6 Series Class 4K UHD Smart Google TV
This Hisense screen has a built-in preset for Sports Mode, which automatically adjusts the display to optimize it for sports content. The setting smooths motion, adjusts color and aims to provide you a stellar sports viewing experience so you can focus on the game and not on a glitchy TV image.
It also has a gaming preset, Game Mode Plus, which gives you a dynamic gaming experience with auto low latency mode, a variable refresh rate and a 60hz panel to keep your game flowing smoothly throughout play.
50-inch U6 Series QLED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
This TV has a bezel-less design, giving you an edge-to-edge screen for viewing and a sleek, minimal look in your TV room when the device is off.
ULED from Hisense stands for Ultra LED, which gives you insight into the style of lights the TV uses to deliver a clear, colorful and bold display. The screen is divided into 32 local dimming zones to balance out brightness while you watch and the Quantum Dot processor gives you clearer, crisper and more vibrant displays than a standard LED TV.
65-Inch U6G 4K Premium QLED Series Android Smart TV
It might be a 2021 model, but this TV still packs a punch when it comes to color range, brightness and blur-free motion display no matter what you're watching. It's another ULED design featuring a Quantum Dot processor and the screen has 60 local dimming zones for even more control over the screen's brightness while you watch.
The TV also features Filmmaker Mode, which disables post-processing and preserves the contrast ratios, colors and frame rates filmmakers originally intended for their works of art.
43-inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
If you're working with a small space this is a great option. The 4K Ultra HD screen delivers bright colors and while it's not totally loaded up with features like the other picks on this list, it gets the job done in giving you a clear picture, solid sound experience and comes in under $300.
It's a great TV for a kids room, dorm or just a smaller space if you're looking to kick back, relax and enjoy your favorite shows.
75-inch Fire TV Omni QLED Series 4K UHD Smart TV
Amazon's QLED TV, this 65-inch screen features adaptive brightness, which will automatically adjust the brightness of your screen's display based on the lighting of the room you're watching TV in.
It also offers Fire TV Ambient Experience, which allows you to display a static image. You can display well known artwork or your own images and photos when you're not watching or gaming.
The built-in Fire TV interface is easy to navigate and you can control the TV using Alexa enabled devices.
75-inch Fire TV Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV
If you're looking for a large TV without spending a ton, look no further. This 75-inch TV offers a 4K Ultra HD viewing experience, so you're getting vibrant colors and true blacks. It's packed with Dolby Vision to further the screen quality.
There's also a built-in microphone to give you full hands free control over your device (a simple, "Hey Alexa, open Netflix," and you'll be on your way to streaming).
You'll get three HDMI ports to connect to cable or satellite, video game consoles and more. There's also an HDMI eARC port for additional audio equipment if you're decking out your set up.
50-inch Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Android TV
TCL's best Memorial Day sale offering is on the 50-inch model, which is a good midrange TV size. You're getting a 4K Ultra HD screen that delivers a strong visual experience and access to the Google Play Store, where you can access all your favorite streaming services.
The 50-inch TV comes in under $300 during this sale season, so it's a great pick to snag if you're on a budget. It's another good dorm pick or a solid option for a small bedroom.
65-inch QNED80 Series QNED Mini-LED Smart TV
I promise I'll stop throwing acronyms at you one of these days, but today isn't that day. This LG pick is a QNED TV, which stands for Quantum Nano-Emitting Diode. To summarize quickly, it combines Quantum-dot, mini LED backlight and LG's NanoCell technology. The result is pure colors, a wider color gamut with little blooming (when your image is overly glowy or smeared when dark and light colors are next to each other) for a crisp, clean picture.
This TV also has AI technology automatically up-mixes two channels of audio to enhance the sound experience and uses tone mapping and AI 4K upscaling to enhance the contrast resolution of the screen.
65-Inch Class OLED C2 Series evo Smart TV
With over 8 million self-lit OLED pixels, this LG pick is ultra bright and offers a strong color contrast between deep and inky black and the bright hues you love to see on your screen. It features an AI processor to adapt the content you're watching to the highest picture quality the TV supports and Filmmaker Mode.
The OLED evo tech from LG improves audio, clarity and overall screen brightness, which makes enjoying Filmmaker Mode that much better.
The highlight of this TV is the features it has for gaming. The screen has GeForce Now (which you'll need a subscription and controller for), allowing you to access games across LG's cloud that fit with the TV's high quality resolution.
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