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If you're wishing for a new television to improve your viewing of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade or NFL games while the turkey roasts, you will be excited to learn that Amazon has a secret sale section with a slew of terrific TV deals. There's even a set for only $100!
Amazon updates its secret sale page every week with new deals on tech goods from tablets to smart home assistants. The sales page is a well-kept secret, but we don't want to keep you in the dark. That's why we keep a close eye on it for the best deals and share them with you.
If you're an Amazon Prime member, you can get your devices even faster with two-day shipping on most items. And if you're not yet a Prime member, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here — and use it as motivation to do all your holiday shopping in that time frame.
Check out three amazing deals on TVs below, and see all the TVs and devices on Amazon's secret sale page here.
The largest TV on our list this week, the Insignia Smart HD Fire TV, is 39 inches — and 24% off. At just $190, this set is ideal for small family rooms or even dorm rooms. It has a 720p resolution and DTS True surround sound to provide an immersive experience, plus it has Fire TV built-in and a voice remote with Alexa. That means it’s also capable of controlling smart home devices.
One reviewer, who owns multiple Insignia models, says this set is “an amazing value for a TV that has a bright picture, good viewing angles, built-in smart TV features, a very easy-to-use remote control, lots of input options, and Bluetooth audio capability.” You can also connect the TV to live over-the-air channels so you won’t miss out on the latest episodes of your favorite shows!
This 32-inch Toshiba Smart TV is 20% off, bringing the price down to a surprising $160. With built-in Fire TV access, it provides access to hundreds of thousands of movies and TV shows as well as your favorite apps. And you can use the remote to ask Alexa to find you a movie or series that matches your entertainment preferences.
One reviewer boasts: “My room suddenly looks like a movie theatre with great sound… The TV comes with lots of cool digital app channels and the ability to download games too...However, now I have people hanging out in my room and dropping by just to watch it!” They add “I am super happy with it...It feels like a much more expensive unit.”
The kitchen, guest room, or she shed don’t require a massive television set. The petite size of this Alexa-enabled 24-inch Insignia fits small spaces perfectly while delivering a quality picture and the newest features. Right now it's more than 40 percent off, down from $170 to only $100.
"This TV is exactly what I wanted for my office," says one of many happy customers. "It is small in size, but big on picture quality and sound. It was easy to set up...and, easy to use with voice- or remote control. I have had no issues using the TV with Amazon Prime and all of the other apps I installed to stream television, movies, and music. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a small TV for an office, kitchen, or even bathroom."
Ex-servicemen who last saw battle half a century ago were the only voices being heard on critical policy decisions while younger veterans who had fought "very different wars" were being ignored.Sunshine Coast Young Veterans president, Peter Kennedy, has told a royal commission that Vietnam veterans were the only ex-servicemen organisations that had a seat on the national Ex-Service Organisations Round Table.
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The Reserve Bank does not believe the emergence of Omicron will derail the economic recovery as Australians more broadly look set to spend big in the run-up to Christmas.But the International Monetary Fund believes uncertainty around the economic outlook remains high, warning renewed domestic virus outbreaks would pose downside risks to economic growth.
South Australian authorities remain "cautiously optimistic" the state's borders can remain open despite ongoing concern with the new Omicron COVID-19 variant, Police Commissioner Grant Stevens says.The state's transition committee met on Tuesday and Mr Stevens says it is still waiting on more information related to the impact of the new strain.
After lurching from deadline to deadline, China Evergrande Group is again on the brink of default, with pessimistic comments from the property developer raising expectations of direct state involvement and a managed debt restructuring.Having made three 11th-hour coupon payments in the past two months, Evergrande will again face the end of a 30-day grace period on Monday, with dues this time at $US82.
Retail bosses can begin or accelerate their cuts to emissions under a plan developed by Australia's largest peak retail body.The Australian Retailers Association road map released on Tuesday sets targets for suppliers, shoppers and landfill in 2030, 2040 and 2050.
Ambulance Victoria staff are fighting their terminations over a failure to comply with the state's COVID-19 vaccination mandates.Unvaccinated staff, including 25 paramedics, were notified this week their employment with Ambulance Victoria would end.