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Best Cheap TV Deals: Save Up to $172 on TVs From TCL, Vizio, Toshiba and More

Best Financial plan TV Deals: Save Up to $172 on TVs From TCL, Vizio, Toshiba and More

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There’s a huge market for TVs at the moment, including plenty of pricey models with high-end features like 8K resolution and OLED panels. But not everyone is looking to spend big wealth on the latest, greatest and biggest. Oftentimes, all you’re looking for is a outrageous picture, user-friendly interface and consistent performance. There are plenty of these models floating approximately out there as well, and with a little digging, you’ll have no trouble finding one at a tall price. 

To help you get the absolute most bang for your buck, we’ve Enclosed up some of the best bargains available on some of these more affordable models beneath. We haven’t tested all of these TVs ourselves, but based on their specs and what we know approximately these brands, we’re comfortable recommending them at these prices. We’ll continue to update this page as deals come and go, so check back often to make sure you’re pulling the best price available.


This 4K UHD Insignia grand not have made it onto our list of the best TVs for this year, but it composed boasts impressive specs that make it a highly competitive model and a solid deal. It runs Amazon’s Fire TV OS, so you can instantly access all your accepted streaming content, and it also supports Apple Airplay (though not Chromecast). It’s equipped with an HDMI eARC port so it’s easy to run the audio above a soundbar or surround sound system, and the Alexa state remote allows for easy hands-free browsing.


Vizio’s V-Series made its way onto our best TVs list as a runner-up price option because it comes with Chromecast and Apple AirPlay built in, which plenty of novel smart TVs do not. These allow you to aquatic, or even mirror, content from your phone or computer. It also boasts 4K UHD picture, and an IQ fair processor that enhances the quality of any non-4K elated. We liked the picture quality of the TCL ended more, but the convenience of this model is tough to beat. Just note that Target won’t ship this TV, so you’ll have to pick it up in intimates if you want to take advantage of this deal. 


The TCL 3-Series is featured on our best TVs conception $500 list as our favorite ultracheap option. At less than $200, this is the only TV on our list that doesn’t back a 4K picture, though at this size that’s hardly valuable. It does, however, come with Roku built in, so you can mild stream all your favorite shows and movies. With 1080p resolution and three HDMI ports, this is a no-frills smart TV that gets you precisely what you pay for.


This 65-inch TCL cmoneys the same image quality of the 4-Series above, but with a much larger cover. It’s the same stunning 4K display with direct lit backlighting, but this one features a Google OS, rather than Roku. That consuming that it comes with Chromecast capabilities built-in, as well as affirm control through the Google Assistant remote.