We unveiled some big TV sales for Labor Day. Surprise! They are still going! (One set got even cheaper.) And the timing couldn't be better: Fall marks the beginning of home-entertainment season, when Hollywood releases its best, most prestigious movies; the TV networks unveil their schedules and your fave series return; and the one sweet spot of year when baseball, football, hockey and basketball are in action simultaneously.
- $90 $170 at Amazon
Insignia 24" Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV
- $138 $180 at Walmart
RCA 32" Class HD 720P Roku Smart LED Television
- $130 $200 at Amazon
Toshiba 32" Class V35 Series LED HD Smart Fire TV
- $168 $250 at Walmart
TCL 32" Class 1080P FHD LED Roku Smart TV 3 Series 32S327
- $200 $230 at Amazon
Vizio 40" D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV
- $218 $280 at Walmart
RCA 40" Class FHD 1080P Roku LED Smart TV
- $190 $270 at Amazon
Insignia 42" Class F20 Series Smart Full HD 1080p Fire TV
- $158 $248 at Walmart
Onn. 42” Class FHD (1080P) LED Roku Smart TV
- $297 $338 at Walmart
LG 43" Class 4K UHD 2160P webOS Smart TV
- $1,098 $2,000 at Walmart
Samsung 43" Class 4K UHD (2160p) The Sero HDR Smart QLED TV
- $330 $410 at Amazon
Amazon Fire TV 43" Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV
- $150 $220 at Best Buy
Insignia 43" Class N10 Series LED Full HD TV
- $1,398 $1,500 at Amazon
Sony 48" 4K Ultra HD TV A90K Series: Bravia XR OLED Smart Google TV
- $280 $400 at Amazon
Insignia 50" Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
- $298 $358 at Walmart
Vizio 50" Class V-Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV
- $248 $348 at Walmart
Hisense 50" Class 4K UHD LED XClass Smart TV
- $350 $470 at Amazon
Amazon Fire TV 50" 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV
- $258 $399 at Walmart
RCA 50 inch 4K 2160P UHD HDR10 Smart Television with WebOS
- $428 $600 at Walmart
TCL 55" Class 5-Series 4K UHD QLED Dolby Vision HDR Roku Smart TV - 55S531
- $300 $450 at Best Buy
Insignia 55" Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
- $298 $398 at Walmart
Philips 55" Class 4K Ultra HD (2160P) Android Smart LED TV
- $477 $600 at Walmart
LG 55" Class 4K UHD 2160P WebOS Smart TV with HDR
- $298 $449 at Walmart
RCA 58-Inch 4K 2160P UHD HDR10 Smart Television with WebOS
- $1,028 $1,598 at Walmart
Sony 65" X85K 4K HDR LED TV with Smart Google TV
- $498 $578 at Walmart
Samsung 65" Class 4K Crystal UHD (2160P) LED Smart TV with HDR
- $998 $1,400 at Amazon
Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED Q70A Series - 4K TV
- $498 $598 at Walmart
LG 65" Class 4K UHD 2160P Smart TV
- $398 $548 at Walmart
Philips 65" Class 4K Ultra HD (2160p) Android Smart LED TV with Google Assistant
- $1,100 $1,350 at Amazon
Samsung 70" Class QLED 4K UHD Dual LED Quantum HDR Smart TV
- $799 $1,100 at Amazon
Vizio 70" M-Series 4K QLED HDR Smart TV
- $850 $1,100 at Amazon
Amazon Fire TV 75" Omni Series 4K UHD smart TV with Dolby Vision
- $1,300 $1,800 at Best Buy
LG - 75" Class 80 Series QNED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV
- $3,800 at Amazon
Samsung 75" Class QLED 4K UHD Q90T Series Quantum HDR Smart TV (2020 Model)
- $2,198 $3,000 at Amazon
Sony Bravia 85" 4K Ultra HD TV
Today's extended Labor Day sales are a primo chance to get that new TV you so badly need and so richly deserve. We're talking nearly $600 off the 65-inch Sony of your dreams and a mega-popular Fire TV for just $90. And for something in-between, how about a high-def 50-inch that's been slashed by a third. The price of this LG 70-inch dropped even lower than yesterday!
Don't adjust your screen. These deals are for real. You can even score up to 30% off a slew of Samsung TVs and projectors. Read on and shop, shop, shop!
19 to 49 inches
This HD Fire TV punches well above its weight for a 24" set. And its $90 price tag makes it a knockout.
You'll get no argument from us that, when it comes to the main family room, you'll be wanting to go big-screen, but there are any number of reasons to own a smaller set: Maybe you're in the market for a second (or third) television. Maybe you need something size-appropriate for a bedroom or den. Maybe you've got a kid who's about to head off to dorm life for the next four years.
Well, you won't do better than this gobsmacking deal on an Insignia 24-inch Smart HD 720p Fire TV. It features 720p resolution (perfect for this screen size), built-in Fire technology to provide access to over a million flicks and TV episodes, Alexa capability...and a price tag of just $90 — that's a 47% markdown.
"This TV is perfect!" said one of over 64,600 five-star reviewers. "I have ordered two for my spare bedrooms so that when guests come to visit they may stream whatever they like, as this little gem of a TV comes loaded with everything they could possibly want to stream from! Seriously no better value out there!!"
More 19- to 49-inch sales:
50 to 58 inches
State-of-the-art picture, color and sound technology add up to a set that'll satisfy the most demanding sports fan, movie buff or gamer...and it's 30% off.
This ultra-high-def television has four times the resolution of a full HD one, which means an amazing, crisp picture. Plus, you can operate it with just your voice thanks to Alexa and the included voice remote.
"The colors are vivid and bright, the sound is great like a movie theater experience," shared a shopper. "The big plus: I have the Fire Stick built in it, [which] makes setting up easy, no complications. iI you want a great TV without the high price, this is the one great quality [and] gives the big brands a run for the money."
More 50- to 58-inch sales:
65 inches and up
The X1 processor powering this set's 4K HDR will put you in the picture, as it were, while Motionflow XR tech and a 120Hz refresh rate will keep the action coming smoothly and crisply. X Reality Pro will automatically upscale Full HD content to 4K.
There's probably no TV manufacturer that can boast more intense customer loyalty than Sony. Many, many people simply won't consider buying any other brand. We're here to tell you: Those folks know what they're doing. Maybe you're one of them, or maybe you've had it in the back of your mind for untold years to one day treat yourself. Well, you won't get a better opportunity than this deal on a set that'll turn any living room into a true home theater.
If a thousand bucks sounds like a lot to spend on a TV, remember that this baby usually goes for $1,600. Given that it's a Sony, you can confidently expect at least a decade of flawless use. Your daily cost? Less than a quarter. And here's a nice little extra: This set comes with a free extended two-year warranty. You'll likely never need to use it, but what's wrong with a little peace of mind?
More 65"-and-up sales:
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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