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Samsung Freestyle projector

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Other vendors jump aboard the Prime Day hype train by reducing prices on their popular products. One such item is the Samsung Freestyle projector, which is currently on sale for $100 off.

The Samsung Freestyle is a new 1080p portable projector. The 1.8-pound projector is light enough to toss in a backpack and can project onto a variety of different surfaces from 30 to 100 inches. It features 360-degree sound and lets you summon Alexa or Bixby via its built-in smart assistant support. It’s on sale for $799, which is a rare deal and its lowest price to date.

Other features include Auto Focus and Auto Leveling mode. This should align and optimize projected content and thus remove the expected hassle of setting up a projector. This device also has 360-degree sound, so you can use it as a Bluetooth speaker, and cap the lens to create mood lighting to go along with your favorite music tracks. Plus, the projector has far-field voice control with built-in support for Amazon Alexa and Samsung Bixby.

Samsung Freestyle Projector: was $899 now $799 @ Samsung (opens in new tab)

The Roku Streaming Stick 4K plugged into an HDMI port with a Tom's Guide Prime Day Deals graphic

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The Roku Streaming Stick 4K is selling for $29 at Amazon. Not only did we love this stick when it first hit our review bench at the end of last year, but it’s recently proven to be the best streaming device in its normal $50 price point.

The Roku Streaming Stick 4K often hovers around $40, but it’s currently knocked down to $29. This sale gives you the opportunity to make sure all of your TVs have access to all the right streaming apps and get stable streaming to boot, thanks to the built-in long-range Wi-Fi receiver.

This is a deal you don’t want to pass up!

Roku Streaming Stick 4K: was $49 now $29 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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Hey, there! Computing Writer Tony Polanco here to post some of the best Prime Day TV deals. The big event is almost over but you still have time to nab some amazing items. Let’s kick things off with the Right now, you can get this 65-inch LG NanoCell 90 Series TV that’s currently on sale for $899.

Released last year, this TV offers stunning visuals thanks to the inclusion of Dolby Vision IQ, Cinema HDR and Dolby Atmos. Plus, Filmmaker Mode means this is a great TV for watching blockbuster movies. It even has better-than-average sound straight out of the box, so you won’t have to spring extra for a soundbar — but if you do already have one, you’ll be able to set it up easily thanks to this TV’s fast Bluetooth connectivity.

The NanoCell 90 has some great gaming features, too. It has a fast 120Hz refresh rate and two HDMI-2.1 ports for a lightning-fast connection with low latency. Plus, there’s Game Optimizer mode, which will get you quick access to your gaming settings.

LG NanoCell 90 Series 65″ TV: was $1,399 now $899 @ Amazon (opens in new tab).

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In addition to great deals on TVs, Amazon’s also running some solid Prime Day sales on 4K Blu-rays. There’s a slew of deep discounts on films old and new, though the best discounts are mostly on Paramount and Warner Bros. movies.

You can check out Amazon’s full list of Prime Day 4K Blu-ray deals (opens in new tab) to get a better sense of what’s on offer. If you’re in a hurry and just want some quick recommendations, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite deals below.

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If you need a nice 4K TV that looks good in the sunlight, Amazon’s still got some great Prime Day deals on Samsung’s The Terrace 4K QLED TV. 

These TVs are built to be in sunlight part of the time, with optimized screens and an IP55 weather rating against dust and dirt, so they’re ideal for placing on a patio or deck. And with a QLED display, you can expect a brighter, more vivid picture with better contrasts than LCD TVs.

It’s the perfect TV for summer, and right now the 55-inch Terrace Outdoor 4K QLED TV is available at both Amazon (opens in new tab) and Best Buy (opens in new tab) for $2,797, which is roughly $1,500 off the usual asking price.

Samsung 55″ The Terrace Outdoor 4K QLED TV: was $3,499 now $2,797 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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Amazon’s best TV Lightning deals are currently tapped out, but don’t give up yet — there’s still a good 10 hours to go in this summer Prime Day sale. In the meantime, give some thought to what other gear you can pick up at a discount today that will enhance your TV-watching experience.

A great streaming box is a good investment because it can often offer a better, snappier interface than you TV’s built-in software. It might also improve picture quality too. So if you have a 4K TV, consider getting yourself a  Roku Express 4K Plus to go with it. Amazon currently has them on sale for $24, which is $15 off the usual price.

The Roku Express 4K Plus is an excellent 4K streaming device that’s one of the best streaming devices you can buy, and it delivers sharp, rich picture quality. The remote is also great, and the pain of adding another one to your living room is assuaged somewhat by the fact you can use it to control your TV with your voice.

We rank the Roku Express 4K Plus as one of the best streaming devices you can buy, and it makes an excellent (not to mention relatively inexpensive) gift for anyone who enjoys marathoning the latest must-watch streaming shows — and who doesn’t love a good binge-watching session? 

Roku Express 4K Plus: was $39 now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung The Frame TV on wall w/ deal sticker overlaid

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My sister bought one of Samsung’s The Frame TVs last year because she loved how the TV is designed to look like a picture frame on your wall, and so far she loves it.

If you’ve been considering a similar splurge on one of Samsung’s ultra-stylish sets, Amazon is still running a great sale on the latest models. Since it’s one of Samsung’s QLED display it should be a bit brighter than typical LCD TV, with better contrasts and more vivid colors. Plus, Samsung offers a ton of high-res artwork that you can display on the screen (as well as your own photos) when you’re not watching anything else. 

The 2022 line of Frames sports a matte screen that reflects less glare than earlier models (don’t tell my sister), and Amazon currently has a number of models on sale in ranges ranging from 43″ on up to 85″, with with discounts of $200-$800 depending on size.

Samsung The Frame (2022): was $1,083 now $847 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

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The LG C1 OLED remains one of the best TVs you can buy, and right now Amazon is still running some great sales on this excellent 4K TV.

I myself bought the 65-inch LG C1 OLED late last year during another sale, and it’s easily the best TV I’ve ever owned. Upgrading to OLED makes a big difference, and once you notice the brighter whites, darker blacks and better contrasts you’ll have a hard time going back to typical LED TVs.

Plus, if you own a PS5 or Xbox Series X and want to take advantage of all their features, the LG C1 OLED is a great choice because it offers up to a 120Hz refresh rate with several HDMI 2.1 ports to connect your consoles. You need HDMI 2.1 specifically to take advantage of the new consoles’ best features and play games in 4K at up to 120 frames per second (without HDMI 2.1, you’re limited to 60 frames per second). 

The only bad thing I have to say about the LG C1 OLED is that I think the webOS-powered smart TV platform it runs on is a bit slow and frustrating to use. Still, it offers apps for most major streaming platforms (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Max, etc.) and is all in all an amazing TV. And for a limited time, Amazon is knocking $900 off the price off the 65-incher.

LG 65″ C1 OLED 4K TV: was $2,499 now $1,599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Samsung QN95B QLED TV on a blue background.

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We’ve seen a lot of 2021 TVs go on sale these past two days, but some TV deals are incredibly fresh. Take, for example, today’s deal on the Samsung QN95B QLED TV that has been available to consumers for all of two weeks.

It’s honestly kind of amazing that Samsung’s 2022 flagship 4K QLED TV is already reduced in price and while it’s not a one-thousand dollar discount, $400 is nothing to sneeze at.

What makes the Samsung QN95B different than previous years is the Neo QLED panel with improved brightness and less blooming, the anti-glare screen coating and Object Tracking Sound+ audio. It’s also a 120Hz TV with HDMI 2.1 ports that make it a great partner for Xbox Series X and PS5.

If you want the latest TV that’s not even a month old at this point, the QN95B is about as fresh as you can get.

Samsung 55″ QN95B QLED TV: was $2,397 now $1,997 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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The 50-inch Hisense U6F QLED TV (opens in new tab) is still on sale for Prime Day, and now it’s down to $329 for Amazon Prime members. That’s a $200 discount off this 50-inch 4K QLED TV, which runs Amazon’s Fire TV platform. 

Since it’s a QLED panel it should deliver a brighter picture with better contrasts than a typical LED display, plus it supports Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HDR10 Plus formats so you can count on having a great experience watching such content in 4K. But act fast, because Amazon’s big Prime Day sale ends today!

Hisense 50″ 4K ULED Fire TV: was $529 now $399 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Sony A80J OLED on a black background.

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LIGHTNING DEAL The 65-inch Sony A80J OLED is part of Amazon’s Lightning Deal collection today, slashing the price from $2,499 to $1,399. If you missed out on the C1 OLED deal, this is the new de facto OLED TV to buy today.

Sony A80J 65″ 4K OLED TV: was $2,499 now $1,399 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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LIGHTNING DEAL I touched on Samsung’s The Frame yesterday, but today’s deal looks even better: Amazon’s got the 55-inch version of the 2022 model with a customized bezel (your choice of Beige, Brown, Teak or White) at a $400 discount.

Typically this TV without the bezel would go for $1,597 but during the Lightning Deal it’s down to just $1,197. 

So why this version over last year’s The Frame? This year’s Frame has the new anti-reflective matte coating that significantly reduces glare. It seems like a minor upgrade, but if you watch TV in a living room with any sort of ambient light from nearby windows, you’ll notice a huge difference. Otherwise this is a great QLED TV with an art-like aesthetic on sale at a great price.

Samsung 55″ The Frame 2022 QLED 4K w/ Free Bezel: was $1,597 now $1,197 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The LG Nano 90 hanging on a living room wall.

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OK, so I found an even bigger TV than that 85-inch Sony I posted down below. Meet the monstrous 86-inch LG NANO90 4K Smart UHD NanoCell TV.

This one could take awhile to ship to you (my Amazon account says that it will be delivered August 1) but that shouldn’t stop you from saving $900 on one of LG’s top Nano Cell TVs from 2021. 

This one is a Full Array LED TV with quantum dot, or rather LG’s version of quantum dot that it calls Nano Cell. (There’s a difference, LG swears.) All the good stuff is here. It’s a 120Hz panel and supports Cinema HDR, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, plus it has both Alexa and Google Assistant built-in.

WebOS, the TV’s smart platform, is arguably the best out there at the moment and HDMI inputs 3 and 4 are version 2.1 and will support [email protected] 

It’s a pretty darn good deal if you’re looking to go above 85 inches.

LG 86″ NanoCell 90 TV: was $2,699 now $1,796 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Sony WH-1000XM4 Prime Day

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Besides reviewing TVs for a living, I also review headphones. (Can’t have audiovisual without the audio part.) So while this deal might not be a TV, I can recommend it whole-heartedly. 

The Sony WH-1000XM4 noise-cancelling headphones are the penultimate model from Sony, only second behind the new Sony WH-1000XM5. 

On sale for $121 off their regular price of $349, the WH-1000XM4 offer class-leading battery life of around 30 hours per charge and amazing noise cancellation. To quickly turn off noise cancellation you just hold your hand up to the right earcup, and there’s an ambient mode if you want to stay aware of your surroundings.

In the sound quality department there’s a lot to like here, and they remain my favorite closed-back headphones, especially at this lower price point.

Sony WH-1000XM4 Noise-Cancelling Headphones: were $349 now $228 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Anker Nebula Cosmos Max 4K in a dark living room.

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I remember a few years back I was really skeptical about this new projector maker who had been reaching out for potential coverage. The company’s name was Anker, and while I knew they could make wall chargers, I wasn’t sure they could make projectors. Still, I knew readers would be interested given the price and decided to call one in for review.

It turned out that my reviewer absolutely loved it. He was impressed by the projector’s quality for the price point, even having just reviewed a several-thousand-dollar 4K projector from a bigger company.

With that in mind, I’m going to recommend that you at least check out some of the projector deals Anker has going on today. Its top-of-the-line Anker Nebula Cosmos Max 4K Projector is on sale for $1,019 after the discount and $100 instant rebate coupon, down from its usual price of $1,599. 

This 4K Projector comes loaded with Android TV 9.0 and impressively supports HDR10 and HLG. It only weighs ‎6.6 pounds so it’s easy to carry from place to place and rocks four 10W speakers. 

It’s not going to hold a candle to the LG ultra-short throw projector I posted about yesterday, but it’s still a great option if you want something in between the cheaper 1080p models that you’ve seen on Amazon and the more expensive 4K ones.

Anker Nebula Cosmos Max 4K Projector: was $1,599 now $1,019 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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If you’re a TV enthusiast, you’ve probably considered turning at least one room of your house into a home theater. A TV is obviously a key part of that dream, as is a proper sound system, but you might also wonder what type of furniture goes in there, too.

Friends, this is what I’m buying for my home theater.

The Signature Design by Ashley Party Time Faux Leather Power Reclining Sofa with LED Lighting, Black (opens in new tab) has pretty much everything I’m looking for in my home theater. There’s cup holders for drinks, power outlets to charge my phone or laptop while I’m working on reviews, a remote holder in the arm rest so I stop losing them in the cushions and LED lighting to give it that cool movie theater effect.

I’m not super into having leather on top (it’s bound to get ruined by my cats) but a reclining sofa like this is too hard to pass up, especially when it’s on sale.

Power Reclining Sofa with LED Lighting: was $1,516 now $1,187 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Sony X91J on a white shelf.

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“But Nick,” you say, “what’s the biggest TV I can buy on sale for Amazon Prime Day?”

Dear reader, I’m glad you asked. This 85-inch Sony X91J is both big and, looking at the specs, a rock-solid TV to boot. 

This one’s a 2021 model that sits between the X90J and X95J. It lacks the XR Cognitive Processor we just talked about in the A80J OLED, and instead uses the 4K HDR Processor X1. 

Despite using the less-powerful processor, however, there’s a lot of good specs here. It’s Full Array LED TV and has a native refresh rate of 120Hz. It supports the important HDR formats (HDR10 and Dolby Vision) and has Dolby Atmos passthrough. There’s also Google TV here again, too.

This isn’t going to be as beautiful of a TV as that 77-inch OLED I just wrote about, but if you desperately want the biggest TV on offer and can make a few tradeoffs in performance, then the X91J is a great compromise.

Sony 85″ X91J Full Array LED 4K TV: was $2,799 now $1,799 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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Let’s start off with one of my favorite day two deals: a 77-inch Sony A80J OLED for $2,399 after a HUGE $1,100 discount (regularly $3,499).

I know Richard covered the 55-inch version down below, but for an extra grand you can step up to the significantly larger model. 

So what makes this TV worth its sticker price? Well, it’s an OLED for one, and one of the better OLEDs at that. It uses Sony’s newly introduced Cognitive Processor XR that enhances the sharpness of textures with a two-step software algorithm and delivers a higher peak brightness than most other OLEDs. 

For another, it’s a great pick for gamers and sports lovers. With a 120Hz native refresh rate, it’s perfect for PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles and can display 4K/120fps as specified in HDMI 2.1 with input lag as low as 8.5ms.

Lastly, it packs in Google TV, Google’s newest smart TV platform that I’ve talked at length about further down the page. 

Overall, this is a strong, strong pick for 77-inch TV buyers and it disappears in just 17 more hours.

Sony 77″ A80J OLED TV: was $3,499 now $2,399 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Welcome to day two of Amazon Prime Day and thanks for joining us on this adventure. At this point we’re hoping that some of you have picked out some great TV deals and that anyone who hasn’t yet finds one before the end of the day. Again, I’m Nick Pino, Managing Editor of TV & AV here on Tom’s Guide, and I’m here to help. So where should we start today? 

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The sweet spot, size-wise, is often around the 55-inch range — and Amazon currently has one of those going dirt cheap.

Prepare yourself for this one: Right now, you can get the 55-inch model of the Amazon 4-Series Fire TV for just $284. That’s a saving of 45%. Wow.

Obviously this won’t rival the best OLED TVs, or even a good QLED set, but it runs Amazon’s well-equipped Fire TV platform, has a 4K, HDR screen and even offers Alexa on the remote. All for less than $300. Madness.

Amazon 4-Series 55-inch Fire TV: was $519 now $284 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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One thing to consider when buying a TV — or thinking of buying one — is what size screen you need. After all, an 85-inch monster might sound great, but if your living room is the size of a shoebox, it’s not going to work.

If you’re wondering what size TV should you buy, our guide will help you narrow down the options.

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Amazon’s not the only game in town for TV deals of course, and Target has a couple of sales worth considering. For instance, it’s currently selling the 70-inch Vizio V-Series 4K TV for just $599 — which is way down on the $759 it would cost you at Amazon right now.

It’s not the perfect TV — we awarded it 3.5/5 in our review (opens in new tab) and did note that HDR performance and brightness could be better, but less than $600 for a 70-inch screen is not to be sneered at.  

Vizio V-Series 70-inch 4K TV: was $639 now $599 @ Target (opens in new tab)

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Let’s look at something more affordable now. The Vizio MQ7 isn’t quite at its lowest ever price right now, but it’s still a good discount if you want or need a new TV right now.

This 4K QLED television is well-reviewed by Amazon customers, thanks to its vivid colors, HDR support and voice controls via the remote. As with other Vizio TVs, the audio seems to be lacking, so take that into consideration before hitting the buy button. 

Vizio MQ7 55-inch QLED TV: was $749 now $549 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

LG G2 OLED TV streaming Spiderman

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If you’ve got plenty of cash to burn, the LG G2 OLED is as fancy as it gets when it comes to OLED TVs. The best available deal is currently at Amazon, where the 65-inch model is 13% off, the biggest discount on this model so far.

To give you the run-down of our LG G2 OLED review, it’s the brightest OLED TV that LG’s ever made, so no need to worry about watching it in a bright room. Combined with LG’s excellent webOS interface, audio and picture quality, you’ve got one of the best TVs around. We also appreciate how tidy the TV looks thanks to recessed ports around the back which hide the cables, although watch out for the proprietary mount if you want to get a stand for it.

LG G2 65″ 4K OLED TV: was $2,999 now $2,596 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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Next up, we have the 65-inch Vizio P-Series Quantum, which you can get from Best Buy for $999, down from $1,149. It won’t help fill out your Prime Day cart, but a deal’s a deal, right?

This mid-priced TV impressed us quite a bit, as you can read in our full Vizio P-Series Quantum review (opens in new tab). The QLED screen punches above its weight for the price, and thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate, the action in your movies or games will always look sharp. We recommend getting a soundbar for this TV if you can afford it though, as we weren’t super impressed with the speakers.

On the brighter side, the P-Series has got built-in Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay, which makes watching stuff from your mobile devices on a larger screen super easy. Plus it comes with a voice control remote too.

Vizio 65″ 4K QLED TV: was $1,149 now $999 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Sony Bravia XR A80J OLED

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Goooood morning, this is staff writer Richard Priday taking over the live blog.

The first recommendation is the Sony Bravia XR A80J OLED, which is currently at a record low of $998 for the 55-inch model.

In our Bravia XR A80J review, we praised the quality of the visuals and audio that this OLED set can produce, and how its dynamic features make watching stuff at top quality a breeze. A Google TV interface gives you access to all your favorite streaming services, while its 120Hz refresh rate makes it great for playing games on too if you own a PS5 or Xbox Series X.

Sony 55″ A80J 4K OLED TV: was $1,298 now $998 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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The other accessory you might want for your TV — whether old or new — is a soundbar. After all, unless you have a really high-end set then your flatscreen set is probably putting out a fairly weedy sound that doesn’t really do justice to the picture quality.

A soundbar changes all that, and they don’t have to cost a fortune. Polk Audio makes some of our favorites, and right now you can buy the Polk Audio MagniFi 2 for just $284 at Amazon — down from the usual $499.

That’s actually the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this soundbar-and-sub-woofer combo, which gives your TV plenty of bass to go with the 3D surround sound. Oh, and it even has a Google Chromecast built in!

Polk Audio MagniFi 2: was $499 now $284 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Apple TV 4K (2021) and the new Siri remote with a Tom's Guide Prime Day image.

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Sticking with the streaming theme, we’re big fans of the Apple TV 4K — and that just hit its lowest ever price of $109 for Prime Day (opens in new tab).

Obviously that’s a lot more than what you’d spend on a Fire TV Stick or Roku, but Apple TV does have some advantages — not least the absence of adverts — so if you’ve had your eye on one for a while then this looks like the moment to take the plunge.

Apple TV 4K 2021: was $179 now $109 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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If you’re not looking for a new TV as such, but simply want to give your existing set new skills, there are plenty of streaming devices to choose from this Prime Day.

Many of the best deals are on Amazon’s own streamers, with the retailer having slashed prices on the entire range of Fire TV sticks. You can now get the Fire TV Stick Lite for just $11 (opens in new tab) — yes, really — or the standard Fire TV Stick for $16 (opens in new tab) (it’s usually $39). 

But our pick would be the Fire TV Stick 4K (opens in new tab), which is currently 50% off, down from $49 to $24.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49, now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

LG C1 OLED Super Bowl deal

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We’ve already highlighted the excellent LG C1 earlier in this live blog, but we’re going to do so again — because it’s currently at its lowest ever price of $796 at Amazon (opens in new tab) for the 48-inch model.

While that’s on the smaller side for an OLED TV, it’s ideal if you don’t have room for a bigger set, don’t like a TV dominating your space, or simply don’t want to spend more. You really won’t find a better option at this price.

LG C1 OLED (48-inch): was now $796 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung The Terrace 55in outdoor TV

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We mentioned earlier that Amazon had a great offer on the largest of Samsung’s The Terrace outdoor TVs, but at $10,177 that’s still a pretty hefty outlay.

But to get that al fresco viewing experience for less, you could instead consider the 55-inch ‘partial sun’ model. This is available at both Best Buy (opens in new tab) and Amazon (opens in new tab), for a much more reasonable $2,799 and has an IP55 weather rating plus a screen that’s optimized for the sun.   

Samsung 55″ The Terrace Outdoor 4K QLED TV: was $3,499 now $2,797 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

TCL 5-Series Google TV

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Good morning! Editor in Chief Marc McLaren here in the U.K. to take over this live blog for the next couple of hours. 

I suspect another batch of deals will go live at midnight PT, but until then let’s take a look at the best options available away from Amazon. Yes, it’s not the only big retailer having a sale right now, with Best Buy and Walmart, among others, running rival events.

Over at Best Buy, for instance, you can pick up the TCL 5-series 4K QLED Google TV for a great price — $399 for the 50-inch set (opens in new tab), $429 for 55in (opens in new tab), $549 for 65in (opens in new tab) and $799 for the huge 75-incher (opens in new tab). This is the same price Amazon offers, but it’s not in stock there right now, whereas it is still available at Best Buy.

This is a great TV that we awarded 4.5/5 in our TCL 5-Series review. It’s very well priced, performance is good across the board and the addition of Google TV gives it one of the best smart TV platforms.

TCL 5-Series Google TV (55in): was $549 now $429 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)

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We’re winding down for the evening, but before we go here’s one final reminder to check out the Prime Day deal Amazon’s running that lets you get an 43-inch Amazon 4-Series Fire 4K TV for just $199 (opens in new tab)

That’s a great deal for this mid-range 4K TV, which should come as no surprise given that it’s one of Amazon’s own products. 

Still, you get both 4K and HDR support in this compact 43-incher, and it comes with a remote with Alexa voice control support — which means you can just hit a button on your remote and (if everything works like it’s supposed to) tell your TV what you wanna watch.

This will be the last time we update this blog tonight, but come back bright and early tomorrow for more up-to-the-minute updates on the best Prime Day TV deals!

Amazon 4-Series 43″ Fire 4K TV: was $369 now $199 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung The Frame TV on wall w/ deal sticker overlaid

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If you want a new TV that will blend in with your home design, check out the deal Amazon currently has on The Frame QLED TV from Samsung.

This is the latest 2022 model of Samsung’s popular design, which means it sports a matte screen that reflects less glare than earlier models. Amazon currently has a number of models on sale in ranges ranging from 43″ on up to 85″, with with discounts of $200-$800 depending on size.

Since it’s a QLED display it should be a bit brighter than typical LCD panels, with better contrasts and more vivid colors. Plus, Samsung offers a ton of high-res artwork that you can display on the screen (as well as your own photos) when you’re not watching anything else. 

Samsung The Frame (2022): was $1,083 now $847 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

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If you’re looking for a cheap TV to put in a kid’s room, Amazon currently has a Lightning Deal going that knocks a 32-inch Insignia TV down to under $100 — but you have to be a Prime member to take advantage of this discount.

If you are, you might be interested in the 32-inch Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV that’s currently on sale at Amazon for $99, nearly $100 off the usual $179 asking price.

Of course, there are some drawbacks to buying a $100 32-inch TV. The major one is that it’s just 720p, not 1080p, so your shows and movies won’t look as crisp and the details won’t look as nice as you’re used to on more high-res screens. 

If that doesn’t bother you, say because you’re just looking for a cheap spare screen to put in a child’s room or guest room, this Insignia TV might be for you. It comes with support for major streaming services like Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Instant Video and Hulu Plus, and since it’s a Fire TV it comes with a remote that has Alexa built in.

Insignia 32-inch Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV: was $179 now $99 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung The Terrace outdoor TV

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Need something a little larger than the average TV? Amazon’s got a great deal on Samsung’s 75-inch The Terrace QLED TV that knocks over $3,000 off the price — but you’re still looking at a hefty investment for this massive outdoor TV.

But what an outdoor TV it is, with a massive QLED screen designed to look good even in direct sunlight (Samsung claims it can hit a peak brightness of 1,500 nits) and a durable, hardened frame with an IP55 rating against dust and water.

It’s an outdoor TV that has an IP55 rating to protect against dust and water and is built to hold its picture even in direct sunlight. It runs on Samsung’s Tizen software and has Amazon Alexa support built in, so you can call out the next show to stream without getting up.

Samsung 75″ The Terrace Outdoor 4K QLED TV: was $13,247 now $10,177 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

LG C1 OLED on wall in living room

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The 65-inch LG C1 OLED is one of the best TVs on the market, and right now Amazon has discounted it down to $1,599 for Prime Day — which means you can get it for a $900 discount.

That’s a nice chunk of change to keep for yourself, and it makes the prospect of taking home this 65-inch OLED screen that much more palatable. It’s worth it too, thanks to the remarkable contrast and vivid colors. Plus, with a 120Hz refresh rate and several HDMI 2.1 ports to connect your consoles, you can enjoy the latest games on Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 with all the bells and whistles. 

I bought this TV last year when it was on sale for a similar discount, and it’s easily the best TV I’ve ever purchased. Admittedly, the webOS-powered smart TV UI is a little slow and annoying, but it’s worth it for a screen this good.

LG 65″ C1 OLED 4K TV: was $2,499 now $1,599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

TCL 6-Series 4K TV with a Tom's Guide deal tag

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I’m ending my little run here by re-highlighting an incredible deal we posted earlier on this blog. If you want to save big-time on an amazing TV, then you’ll be happy to know Amazon is selling a TCL 6-Series 65-inch QLED TV for $699. Considering how this sale saves you $800, it’s a hard one to pass up!

This specific TCL model is one we reviewed last year and that we absolutely loved. It’s a 4K HDR TV with MiniLED and quantum dot technology for under $700. Like we said earlier, it has all the top features of a Samsung QLED for half the price.

On top of that, this is a 65-inch model that’s perfect for big living rooms. Since it’s a 4K TV, you’ll be able to see all the fine details in whatever movies you’re watching or video games you’re playing. To make the deal sweeter, this TV comes with Roku built-in. Cord cutters can get all of their favorite streaming services in one spot.

TCL 6-Series 65″ QLED TV: was $1,499 now $699 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Roku Express 4K Plus

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TV deals also extend to streaming devices. One of our favorites is the Roku Express 4K Plus, which is now on sale for less than $25.

The Roku Express 4K Plus is a wireless 4K streaming device with sharp resolution and rich colors. It loads fast, and you can use voice control to search for shows or channels. The remote is a good upgrade too. This deal brings the excellent streamer down to $24 at Amazon.

We rank the Roku Express 4K Plus as one of the best streaming devices you can buy, and it makes an excellent (not to mention relatively inexpensive) gift for anyone who enjoys marathoning the latest must-watch streaming shows — and who doesn’t love a good binge-watching session? 

Roku Express 4K Plus: was $39 now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung Freestyle Projector

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TV deals aren’t relegated just to traditional televisions. Projectors are also on sale during Prime Day and this specific Flash Deal is among the best. Samsung’s Freestyle 1080p projector just got a massive discount. This portable projector normally costs over $1,900, but today it’s down to just $797.

For the uninitiated, the Freestyle is Samsung’s first portable projector. The company has made ultra-short throw models in the past (including the excellent The Premiere projector) but this is its first stab at a portable model.

At its regular price, this wouldn’t be something we’d recommend. You could find better 4K projectors for far less than $2,000. But for under $800, the competition is more limited. This projector is perfect for outdoor movie nights during the hot summer evenings. It also makes a versatile projector you can bring camping

Samsung The Freestyle Portable 1080p Projector: was $1,915 now $797 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Fire TV deals

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This is Computing Writer Tony Polanco. I’ll be taking over this hub for the next couple of hours. Let’s see what awesome TVs are on sale during Prime Day! 

We posted about this from the jump but want to revisit it again since it’s still a great deal! One of our favorite smaller TV deals running right now is for this 43-inch Amazon 4-Series Fire 4K TV for just $199 (opens in new tab).

This TV suppors both 4K and HDR. It also has built-in smart assistant (Alexa) and Amazon’s Fire TV interface that will save you from buying an Amazon Fire TV 4K. 

Amazon 4-Series 43″ Fire 4K TV: was $369 now $199 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Sony A9S

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A few Prime Days ago, an OLED TV would easily cost you north of $1,000. Fast forward to 2022 and we’ve seen OLEDs go for as little as $739. While OLEDs haven’t dipped quite as low today, you can still get a solid set for $798. Take for instance the Sony A9S, which is now on sale for $798, it’s lowest price ever. All sizes are on sale, but if you’re on a tight budget or don’t have the space for a bigger TV, this model won’t disappoint. 

Sony A9S 48-inch OLED 4K TV: was $998 now $798 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Lord of the Rings

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Need some 4K Blu-rays for your new 4K TV? We’ve got you covered… er, rather Warner Bros. and Paramount have you covered.

The two big production companies have put forward some great deals on their 4K Blu-ray collections from franchises like The Lord of the Rings, The Dark Knight, Mad Max, Fast & Furious and more.

Here’s the full lineup of deals (opens in new tab), and my favorite boxed sets below.

best small smart TVs: Samsung Q60T QN43Q60TAFXZA

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Now here’s something you don’t see everyday – a TV that I know almost nothing about. I’ve been covering TVs for years (a decade if we’re being exact) and this is one I’ve never come across. 

This is the Samsung Q6D Series QLED TV. It seems like a spin-off of Samsung’s popular Q60 Series, but slightly cheaper and only available in a single 43-inch size.

That said, it does seem to share a lot of specs with the Q60 Series. It has a 60Hz native refresh rate, basic HDR10 support and Object Tracking Lite. Being a little newer than the Samsung Q60T, this the Q6D has the Quantum Processor 4K, ALLM (Auto Game Mode) and Super Ultrawide GameView that allows you to change from a 16:9 aspect ratio to a 21:9 or 32:9 ratio through the Game Bar.

It’s a neat blend of older hardware and newer features, and at $448, it looks like a really appealing TV set. Without seeing it, that’s the best I can give you, however.

Samsung 43″ Q6D QLED TV: now $448 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung Q90T 4K QLED TV

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I’m almost always going to direct you towards newer TVs instead of older models. However, sometimes there’s a great deal that you just need to know about on some older screens, like for example, this deal on the Samsung Q90T.

The Samsung Q90T was the range-topping QLED from 2020, before we saw the award-winning Samsung QN90A and this year’s Samsung QN90B. It doesn’t use the new Neo QLED panels that get extremely bright, but it still has the performance of a flagship QLED TV.

Essentially everything we like about newer QLED TVs is here in an older form. Instead of the 32x HDR, we’ve got 16x HDR and Direct Full Array. Instead of Object Tracking Sound+, we have the basic version of Object Tracking Sound. Instead of the Neo Quantum Processor 4K, we have the regular Quantum Processor 4K.

You get the idea.

That said, if you don’t need the latest and greatest model on the shelf, you can stand to save hundreds. The 55″ Samsung Q90T is on sale for $1,197 while the 55″ Samsung QN90B (this year’s model) is $1,597. To save $400, it’s totally worth choosing the two-year-older model here.

Samsung 55″ Q90T QLED TV: was $1,697 now $1,197 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

A couple watching the LG HU915QE in their living room.

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Let’s talk about projectors again for a second. Remember how I said that there were some great 4K beamers out there that can often get a steep discount? Well, the LG HU715QW is now officially one of them: regularly selling for $2,999, the now-discounted LG HU715QW is on sale for $2,499 on Amazon. 

So what’s there to like about this one? It’s an ultra-short throw projector, for starters. There’s no mounting involved, you just place it a few inches from the wall where you want the screen to be. In terms of screen size, this LG model can reach up to 120 inches from12.48 inches away from the wall, or make an 80-inch image from just 4.65 inches back. 

In terms of brightness and color contrast, this projector reach up to 2,500 lumens (not bad at all for a projector of this size) and has an adaptive contrast feature that makes colors look more saturated. It’s also got webOS built in that you can use to stream TV shows and movies from streaming services like Netflix.

Finally, it has a pretty powerful 20W+20W Stereo Woofer sound system and an eARC port if you want to connect it to an even stronger AV system. 

It’s expensive, but it’s a great deal at $2,499.

LG HU715QW Ultra Short Throw 4K Projector: was $2,999 now $2,499 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung The Terrace outdoor TV

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This one is a bit of a luxury rather than an essential, everyday TV, but we did want to mention the deal that’s going on for Samsung’s 75-inch The Terrace QLED TV. 

It’s an outdoor TV that has an IP55 rating to protect against dust and water and is built to hold its picture even in direct sunlight. It comes with Tizen (Samsung’s smart TV platform) built-in and can use Alexa as a voice assistant.

On the technical side of things, The Terrace has a direct full array panel and uses a quantum dot filter (hence its QLED moniker) and hits a peak brightness of 1,500 nits. 

The bad news? It’s not exactly cheap, even for an outdoor TV. It’s on sale for $10,177 (woof!) but regularly sells for $13,247, so at least you’re saving about $3,000 on it.

Samsung 75″ The Terrace Outdoor 4K QLED TV: was $13,247 now $10,177 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Amazon Omni Fire TV

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I’ve highlighted the 55-inch version of the Amazon Omni TV down below, but the deal on the 65-inch version of the TV is just as good. 

Although Amazon says it typically sells for $899, it has dropped to its current price of $499 in the past. According to CamelCamelCamel, it’s been this price in February, March and April, and Amazon dropped the price in June ahead of Prime Day.

Despite it being a common deal, it’s still a good one. A 65-inch 4K HDR Fire TV for $499 is a great offer and should be large enough to fill your living room wall. 

Again, this is a TV that I personally own and I think it’s great for movies and shows.

Amazon 65″ Omni 4K Fire TV: was $899 now $499 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The LG B1 OLED in a living room.

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Another entry in our ‘buy this, not that’ series is the LG B1 OLED, which looks like a great deal at $2,196 (marked down from $3,499) until you see the C1 OLED price.

What’s happening here is that Amazon and LG are pushing the 77-inch LG B1 OLED, a fine OLED TV that sits in between the A1 OLED and C1 OLED we talked about earlier. This TV offers a 120Hz refresh rate, making it better for gamers, but still uses the Alpha a7 processor, which means a slightly worse performance and lower speed.

Compare that to the 77-inch LG C1 OLED that’s only $140 more ($2,339), where you get everything that’s great about the B1 but with the better processor. If it were me, I’d pay the extra $140 to get the TV I know would last longer.

LG 77″ C1 OLED: was $2,999 now $2,339 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Amazon Fire TV 4-Series

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FLASH DEAL Looks like the Amazon 4-Series is getting its own flash deal this afternoon, coming down from $469 to $259 for the next 14 hours. 

The 4-Series is a 4K HDR TV with Amazon Fire TV built-in and it was released alongside the Omni TV last year. It’s got 3 HDMI ports that top out at 4K/60Hz (sorry gamers!) and comes with the Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote that allows you to summon the virtual assistant.

At this 50-inch size, it makes for a great living room TV in small apartments where space is a premium and, because it comes with Fire TV built-in, won’t require any additional hardware to stream your favorite shows and movies.

Amazon Fire TV 50″ 4-Series 4K UHD smart TV: was $469 now $259 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Insignia F30 4K TV with a Tom's Guide deal tag

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This one comes with a bit of a caveat but, at $99, this Insignia Smart TV is a steal. 

Essentially what you’re buying here is a 32-inch Insignia 720p TV with Fire TV built-in. That means you don’t have to buy any extra hardware to stream your favorite shows from Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, and 720p doesn’t look awful at this size.

The caveat I want to call out here is that this is a 2018 TV — that’s right, this TV is older than the Covid-19 pandemic. What that could mean is slower performance down the road, which could lead to some frustration.

That being said, it’s rare to see any smart TV at this price. $100 for a TV, let alone a 32-inch model with Fire TV built in is a deal worth mentioning.

Insignia 32″ 720p Fire TV: was $179 now $99 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

What’s a deals guide for if I don’t talk about some great TV accessories to go with your new flatscreen? 

Most likely you’re going to use your TV’s smart platform to access streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and more. But what about the movies in your Blu-ray and DVD collection? For those, you might want a 4K Blu-ray player.

Thankfully, Amazon has two great models on sale today in the form of the Panasonic DP-UB420 and Panasonic DP-UB820. The former is your standard 4K Blu-ray player but the latter offers support for Dolby Vision Blu-rays, Hi-Res Audio and more. 

It’s a good pick-up if you plan on buying some 4K Blu-rays to go with your new TV.

Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray Player: was $499 now $399 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV review

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Oh! Turns out Samsung’s The Frame isn’t the only 2022 model on sale today. Looks like Samsung has discounted a surprising amount of its 2022 QLED TVs.

Here’s the full line-up of Samsung TV sales on Amazon (opens in new tab).

Specifically, however, there are a few models worth pointing out. One of my favorites right now is the Samsung QN90B, the successor to Tom’s Guide’s best TV of 2021. The 55-inch version of this one is down from $1,897 to $1,597 (a 16% discount), not bad for a TV that just came out less than four months ago.

What makes the QN90B great is that it has the latest version of Samsung’s Neo QLED technology inside that promises a higher peak brightness (above 2,500 nits) and better control over blooming thanks to its MiniLED panel. It’s obviously a native 120Hz TV with support for HDR10 and HDR 10 Plus, and Object Sound Tracking+ sound for a more immersive audio experience.

If you want something fresh off the line, the Samsung QN90B is a good option.

Samsung 55″ QN90B Neo QLED TV: was $1,897 now $1,597 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

LG A1 OLED TV

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I know it can feel like a lot of websites are telling you what to buy right now, and very few of them are telling you what not to buy. Let’s change that.

One deal I wouldn’t buy today is the one happening on the 48-inch LG A1 OLED (opens in new tab). Lots of folks will be tempted because it’s an OLED TV and at 44% off its regular price, it looks like a great deal. 

But here’s the thing: the A1 OLED is LG’s most basic OLED model. It only has a native 60Hz refresh rate and uses the inferior Alpha A7 processor. That means picture performance takes a big hit. 

My advice? Instead of spending $676 on the 48-inch LG A1 OLED, spend $120 more to get the 48-inch C1 OLED that uses the better processor and has a native refresh rate of 120Hz. If you watch sports or play games, you’ll definitely appreciate the spending the extra money for something better.

48″ LG C1 OLED: was $1,499 now $796 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

TCL 6-Series 4K TV with a Tom's Guide deal tag

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Hold the phone! The TCL 6-Series is on sale today?! Wow. Game-changer. 

The TCL 6-Series proved that you could get top-tier performance from a mid-range TV. This particular model is the 2021 model that I was able to review, and I loved it. You’re getting a 4K HDR TV with MiniLED and quantum dot for under $700 – it’s basically all the top features of a Samsung QLED at half the price.

This deal is for the 65-inch model, too. A 65-inch is perfect as your main living room TV and with a 4K resolution, allows you to see all the details you’ve been missing. It also comes with Roku built-in, which is great if you’re a cord-cutter and want all your streaming services in one place. 

I honestly might buy one for myself…

TCL 6-Series 65″ QLED TV: was $1,499 now $699 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung Freestyle Projector

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FLASH DEAL Here’s a fun one. Samsung’s The Freestyle 1080p projector just got a huge price cut during today’s flash deal. Typically this portable projector runs you over $1,900, but today it’s down to just $797 after a $1,100 discount.

Some background on this one: The Freestyle is Samsung’s first portable projector. The company has made ultra-short throw models in the past (including the excellent The Premiere projector) but this was its first stab at a portable model.

At its regular price, this wouldn’t be something I’d recommend. At $2,000 it’s easy to find 4K projectors that are smarter and perform better. But at the under-$800 mark, competition is much more limited. If you plan on having outdoor movie nights this summer or want a versatile projector that you can bring camping, The Freestyle is definitely a good pickup at this price.

Samsung The Freestyle Portable 1080p Projector: was $1,915 now $797 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Samsung The Frame TV deal

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Not interested in older models? There’s a deal today on Samsung’s The Frame (2022) QLED that’s incredible considering how new this TV is.

Available in five sizes (43″, 50″, 65″, 75″, 85″), the new version of The Frame trades out the reflective screen of the 2021 version for a new matte version that significantly reduces glare. It’s also using a quantum dot filter for more vibrant colors, making it a great QLED TV deal, too.

I had the chance to see The Frame in action a few months ago, and I came away very impressed. It’s a huge step up in performance from a few years ago. It wasn’t a TV I was often recommending to readers given its lack in performance, but this year I wholly recommend it for folks who want a TV to match their décor. 

Samsung The Frame (2022): was $1,083 now $847 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

the LG C1 OLED in a living room

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OK, so while that last OLED is a real showstopper at under a grand, it’s not the only name in OLED TV deals this Amazon Prime Day.

Another truly excellent option is the 65-inch LG C1 OLED, one of the best-selling TVs of last year, that’s been marked down to just $1,599 after a $900 discount.

Why this OLED? The C1 is the epitome of a price-to-performance TV. It has a 120Hz refresh rate with several HDMI 2.1 ports to connect your consoles. It’s got an amazing processor to upscale HD video to 4K. It has a great smart platform, excellent smart home compatibility with both Alexa and Google Assistant and, of course, unbeatable contrast. 

It’s the TV everyone wanted last year, and now it’s one sale at a $900 discount.

LG 65″ C1 OLED 4K TV: was $2,499 now $1,599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

TCL 4-Series Roku TV (43S435) review

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Here’s a bit of a curve ball. The best Amazon Prime Day TV deal under $500 isn’t actually available on Amazon. It’s at Best Buy (opens in new tab).

For $499 right now, you can pick up a 70-inch TCL 4-Series Android TV that has an overall rating of 4.5 with over 400 reviews. The 4-Series is one of the best budget TVs and while it doesn’t have the same specs as the pricier 6-Series and therefore won’t be as appealing to gamers, it’s a great screen if you want a home cinema. 

In terms of features, this one’s rocking Android TV with Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in. That makes it easy to send content from your phone to the big screen, and you’ve got support for HDR thrown in there too. It’s a little barebones compared to some other TVs, but at under $500, it’s hard to find a bigger TV. 

TCL 70″ 4-Series 4K Android TV: was $599 now $499 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)

A photo of the 75

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The one under $400 deal I’m digging is this one on the 50-inch Hisense U6F QLED TV (opens in new tab). Being a QLED TV, you can expect better color range and a higher peak brightness, plus like the other TVs I’ve mentioned so far, it features Amazon’s Fire TV platform. Other niceties include support for the Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HDR10 Plus formats as well as a Full Array Local Dimming panel. 

Hisense 50″ 4K ULED Fire TV: was $529 now $399 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Amazon Omni Series 55inch tv

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Stepping up to a $300 price limit, I recommend this 55-inch Amazon Omni TV (opens in new tab). It’s one of the TVs I have in my own home, and I’m pretty partial to it. While it has its limitations like a 60Hz native refresh rate, I find its colors and brightness are more than adequate for some of my favorite 4K HDR shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, plus I really dig that it comes with Alexa built-in. 

At just $299 after a $260 discount, it’s very tough to beat.

Amazon Omni Series 55″ 4K TV: was $559 now $299 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Fire TV deals

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Hello and welcome to Tom’s Guide’s Amazon Prime Day 2022 TV deals live blog. 

To start things off, let’s look at some of the cheaper options available today. My favorite smaller TV deal running right now is the one on this 43-inch Amazon 4-Series Fire 4K TV for just $199 (opens in new tab). Obviously Amazon is pushing its own wares the hardest today and while that might be a turn-off for some, the 4-Series is a pretty good TV available at a cut-rate price. 

Supporting both 4K and HDR at this price point is great, plus you’ve got a built-in smart assistant (Alexa) and Amazon’s Fire TV interface that will save you from buying an Amazon Fire TV 4K. 

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Amazon 4-Series 43″ Fire 4K TV: was $369 now $199 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

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