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Shop TVs under $500, 20% off appliances and more at the Best Buy Labor Day sale

TVs are massively marked down at Best Buy right now.

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Labor Day weekend is here and many merchants are having blowout sales to celebrate the holiday. Best Buy is no exception—its sale, which is on through to 11:59 p.m. CT on Monday, September 6, includes deals on everything from televisions to laptops, appliances, headphones and more. But with limited quantities available on the hottest items, you'll want to act quickly before you miss out.

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Top-rated TVs are on sale for less than $500—like the TCL 4K 55" Class 4 Series ($399.99) and the Hisense 4K 60" Class A6G Series ($399.99). Samsung appliances are 20% off, while certain washer and dryer packages can earn you a $100 gift card to Best Buy. 

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There are deals on just about anything tech you can think of at Best Buy through this weekend, so don't hesitate to get that big-ticket (or even small-ticket) item you've been eyeing. Here are the best deals you can get from Best Buy's Labor Day sale. 

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Best Buy Labor Day TV sale: smart TV deals starting at just $139.99

The Best Buy Labor Day TV sales event is officially underway, which means it's a perfect opportunity to score a cheap TV deal with prices starting at just $139.99. The retailer is offering up to $200 off smart Fire TVs from brands like Toshiba and Insignia - and you'll receive a free 3rd generation Echo Dot with your purchase.

All of Best Buy's Labor Day TV deals include the Fire TV experience, which allows you to stream content from all your favorite apps like Netflix, Disney Plus, Prime Video, and more. The Fire TVs also feature a voice remote with Amazon Alexa, so you can use your voice to launch apps, search for titles, play music, and control compatible smart home devices.

A 3rd generation Echo Dot currently retails for $39.99, so with this Labor Day deal, you're scoring a cheap Fire TV and an Alexa-enabled smart speaker for free. The Best Buy Labor Day sales event ends tonight at midnight, so you should take advantage of these epic bargains now before it's too late.

Best Buy Labor Day TV deals

Insignia 24-inch F20 Series LED HD Smart Fire TV: $139.99 at Best Buy
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Today's cheapest Labor Day deal is this Insignia 24-inch HD TV that's on sale for just $139.99. The 24-inch smart TV includes the Fire OS for easy streaming and a free Alexa-enabled Echo Dot.
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Toshiba 32-inch Smart HD Fire TV: $159.99 at Best Buy
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This 32-inch Toshiba is a great TV if you're looking for something that'll cover the basics for the kid's rooms, studies, or bedrooms. While it's not a 4K display, it does come with Fire OS, and Amazon Alexa built right in for handy smart assistant support and is on sale for $159.99 and includes a free Echo Dot.
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Insignia 43-inch 4K UHD Fire TV (2021): $319.99 at Best Buy
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Best Buy has cut this 2021 Insignia Fire display price down to $319.99, and the retailer is including a free Echo Dot. The 43-inch set comes with the Fire OS  and an Alexa voice remote so you can use your voice to adjust the volume, change the channel, browse for movies, and more.
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Toshiba 50-inch 4K UHD Smart Fire TV: $349.99 at Best Buy
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One of our favorite cheap Labor Day TV deals from Best Buy is this Toshiba 50-inch 4K TV that's on sale for $349.99. While this isn't the lowest price we've seen, it's the best deal you can find right now and a fantastic price for a 4K Ultra HD set that includes the Fire OS for seamless streaming.
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Toshiba 55-inch 4K UHD Smart Fire TV: $399.99 at Best Buy
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This Labor Day TV deal from Best Buy is a  55-inch 4K smart TV from Toshiba that's on sale for just $399.99. A fantastic value for a 2021 set that comes with the Fire OS for seamless streaming and includes a free Echo Dot (worth $39.99) with your order.
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Insignia 65-inch F30 Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV: $499.99 at Best Buy
For a limited time, you can pick up this Insignia 65-inch 4K TV on sale for $499.99. This cheap smart TV includes a free Echo Dot and comes with the Fire TV operating system and support for the Amazon Alexa voice assistant.
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Insignia 70-inch F30 Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV: $599.99 at Best Buy
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If you're looking for a big-screen TV deal, Best Buy's Labor Day has this 70-inch smart set from Insignia marked down to $599.99. That's the best price we've found for the 4K TV that includes the Fire TV experience and a free 3rd generation Echo Dot.
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Black Friday TV deals 2021: best early sales and what to expect

We've been waiting for Black Friday TV deals all year. Sure, you can score some excellent TV deals right now, but Black Friday TV deals are the creme de la creme of TV sales with epic prices you simply don't see any other time of the year. 

For example, one of last year's most memorable Black Friday deals knocked the Vizio 55-inch 4K OLED TV to just $899. In my 13 years covering deals, that's been one of my top 3 favorite deals of all time. Not only did we give it a good rating, but a 55-inch OLED for $899 is just unheard of. Even a $999 OLED is extremely rare.  

That same Vizio TV has been on sale multiple times in 2021, but it's normally sold for $1,199 ($100 off) and only once did it hit $999 for a brief weekend sale. However, early Black Friday TV sales are already kicking in as we march closer to November. So what kind of early Black Friday TV deals have we found so far? Here's a quick rundown of what's out there already and the deals that we expect to see later.

Early Black Friday TV deals — best sales now

TV sale: deals from $119 @ Best Buy
Best Buy currently has one of the most epic TV sales of all time. The retailer has smart TVs on sale for as low as $119. Keep in mind, the cheap TVs tend to be smaller, 720p models (which are more suitable for a children's room or guest room). However, the sale also includes larger sets. These same TVs will likely be $20 to $30 cheaper when Black Friday TV deals officially start. View Deal

Insignia 55" F30 4K Fire TV: was $549 now $389 @ Amazon
If you want a big-screen TV on the cheap, Amazon has the Insignia 55-inch F30 4K Fire TV on sale. The TV offers HDR10 support, DTS Studio Sound, and it comes with a voice remote, which lets you control it with the sound of your voice. Best Buy offers the same price.View Deal

Insignia 70" F30 4K Fire TV: was $749 now $599 @ Best Buy
Best Buy currently has the new Insignia 70-inch F30 4K Fire TV on sale for $549. The TV offers HDR10 support and comes with a voice remote with Alexa, which lets you control it with the sound of your voice. It's part of Insignia's 2021 line of Fire TVs and one of the best early Black Friday TV deals we've seen for a screen this big. View Deal

Vizio MQ7 55" 4K QLED TV: was $799 now $579 @ Best Buy
Lowest price! Early Black Friday TV deals don't get better than this. The Vizio MQ7 is part of Vizio's 2021 lineup of TVs and it's now on sale. It features Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG support, full array local dimming, DTS Virtual X audio, HDMI 2.1 connectivity, built-in AirPlay and Chromecast support, and an auto game mode, which optimizes the TV for console gamers. This is TV's lowest price to date. View Deal

TCL 55" 6-Series 4K QLED TV: was $949 now $774 @ Amazon
Editor's Choice deal: We named TCL's 6-Series line of TVs one of the top TVs we've reviewed. We especially like the mini-LED backlighting and QLED enhancement. The result is impressive color and brightness, with some of the best HDR performance we've seen on anything this side of an OLED display. The new 2021 models continue that unbeatable value and feature Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG support, full array local dimming, THX Certified Game Mode, Siri/Alexa/Google Assistant support, and a 120Hz refresh rate. TCL's list price is $949, but Amazon has it on sale for $774. Best Buy offers the same price. View Deal

Vizio MQ7 70" 4K QLED TV: was $1,199 now $1,099 @ Best Buy
Want a bigger screen? Best Buy also has the Vizio 70-inch MQ7 TV on sale for $1,099. That's $100 off and the second-best price we've seen for this TV. (It hit $799 earlier in the month, which is a price we expect to see again on Black Friday). View Deal

Vizio MQ7 75" 4K QLED TV: was $1,399 now $1,199 @ Best Buy
For the ultimate splurge, Best Buy has the Vizio 75-inch MQ7 4K TV on sale for $1,199. That's $200 off and one of the best early Black Friday TV deals we've seen. View Deal

Sony 65" X85J 4K TV: was $1,599 now $1,099 @ Best Buy
This killer deal saves you $500 on one of the best 65-inch 4K TVs on the market. This model features a massive 65-inch 4K LED Ultra HD display, Dolby Vision/HDR10 support and compatibility with AI home assistants. View Deal

65"LG C1 OLED TV: was $2,499 now $1,796 @ Amazon
This Amazon deal takes a generous 28% off the original price. The LG C1 is one of the best OLED TVs on the market right now, packing a powerful a9 4th gen AI processor, a massive 65-inch 4K display with an OLED panel and support for AI voice assistants.View Deal

Black Friday TV deals — what to expect in 2021

As we said earlier,  you can find good TV sales any time of the year. However, Black Friday TV deals tend to break all price records and 2021 will be no exception. 

55-inch 4K TVs: Hats off to Best Buy for offering some of the best Black Friday TV deals of the season last year. It's likely the retailer will hold on to that title once again in 2021, but Walmart and Amazon won't be far behind.

Best Buy offered two epic sales last year. In addition to the aforementioned OLED TV deal, the retailer also had a TCL 55-inch 4K TV for just $199. It was groundbreaking then and it's a price we haven't seen once throughout all of 2021. We expect Best Buy to resurrect this deal again in 2021, likely on a newer model. We may even see a 55-inch 4K TV go for as low as $179, though don't expect it to be one of the newer models. 

For example, Walmart had an Onn 50-inch Roku 4K TV on sale for $128. Onn is an off-brand and Walmart's own line of TVs. (Similar to how Insignia is Best Buy's house brand).

OLED TVs: If you're looking for a premium TV, I think we'll see Vizio's 55-inch 4K OLED for $899 once again this year. LG's budget OLEDs may hit $999 as well, but prices won't drop lower than $899 for a 55-inch OLED TV. That said, Best Buy offered a lot of OLED TV deals last year, so expect them to offer the best discounts again in 2021. 

Amazon Fire TVs: Amazon just unveiled a new line of Omni and 4-Series Fire TVs. These new sets offer premium features and it's even possible they're made by TCL. We expect these TVs will get deep price cuts on Black Friday. Currently, you can pre-order the Amazon Omni Series 4K TV from $409 or the Fire TV 4-Series from $369. Both will release on October 27. However, that means Amazon's other Fire TVs will likely get steeper price cuts this holiday season. TVs such as the 2021 Toshiba C350 Fire TV — which is typically from $30 to $100 off on any given day — could see discounts that are significantly cheaper than their current sale price. This bodes well for anyone who wants an inexpensive 4K TV, but doesn't require premium features. In other words, if you want an inexpensive big-screen 4K TV this holiday, Amazon's Fire TVs are poised to break all sorts of price records. 

When will Black Friday TV deals begin in 2021

Black Friday falls on Friday, November 26. However, Black Friday TV deals will start way in advance of that date. You might see some faux Black Friday TV deals in late October, but the noteworthy deals will start on November 1. A quick note on these early deals: Some of these deals were very limited last year and we didn't see those prices again all month. So it's worth paying attention to these early November sales as they could be cheaper than deals we see on November 26. (We'll bring you the best deals throughout the season). 

Who has the best TV deals on Black Friday?

Who has the best Black Friday TV deals depends on the type of set you're interested in. In general, Best Buy has the best Black Friday TV deals, especially on our favorite brands like LG, Samsung and Sony. Meanwhile, we've seen excellent sales on more affordable brands like Hisense and Onn from Walmart. Amazon typically tries to price-match both Best Buy and Walmart, so be sure to run comparisons if you tend to favor one retailer over another. 

Remember, Black Friday TV deals are designed to generate excitement around sales, so don't let the hype from every retailer confuse you. The basics of buying a great TV on sale are the same as regular priced models: Know what features you should expect, what extras you may want, and read up on reviews to get a feel for what's good or bad about specific models.

Should I wait till Black Friday to buy a TV?

If you can afford to wait till November, you should absolutely avoid any TV purchases. Black Friday TV prices are unmatched and you could save from an extra $50 to $300 off current sale price. If you've been eyeing a premium QLED TV or an OLED TV, we'd also recommend you wait till November. However, things are different this year. Supply and labor shortages are causing shipping delays, which means shoppers should take advantage of any early deals they see now. 

What Black Friday TV deals can I get right now?

If possible, we recommend consumers do their Black Friday TV shopping early this year. That way you can avoid any supply shortages or shipping delays that may arise over the holiday season. Below are the best deals we recommend buying right now. 

Smart TVs: deals from $119 @ Best Buy
Insignia 55" 4K Fire TV:
was $549 now $389 @ Amazon
Vizio 55" 4K QLED TV:
was $799 now $579 @ Best Buy
TCL 55" 4K Mini-LED QLED TV:
was $949 now $774 @ Amazon
Insignia 70" F30 4K Fire TV: was $749 now $599 @ Best Buy

Black Friday cheap TVs: Bargain hunters, beware

Watch the fine print on those deals. You may see some TVs selling for $100 or less, but they all have some pretty severe limitations. Small sizes are common, and 32-inches is pretty small compared to the 65-inch models we usually review. (Check out our guide to choosing the right TV size to find the best size for your home.) 

Most are lacking smart features or rely on off-brand software with limited app selection. But the biggest gotcha you'll see on Black Friday is low resolution — some don't even offer full HD, opting for 720p resolution. While you may see TVs listed for amazingly low prices — some for less than $100 — don't expect any of the smart functions or 4K panels we see in the best TVs.

The other thing to watch for are refurbished and open box units. These can be a source of enormous savings, but they come with wear and tear before you ever set it up, and warranty coverage may not be as robust as a new model will offer. Refurbs are a good way to save a buck during the rest of the year, but as we get into the holidays, the best deals are on new units.

Just remember the old saying about things that look too good to be true. Not all Black Friday cheap TVs are great deals, even when the prices are enticing. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.

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Best Buy TV Sales of 2021

Samsung Q90T Series QN65Q90TAFXZA (Save $200)

Samsung's Q90T is one of the best 4K TVs on the market in terms of panel quality and you can get it on sale for $200off the regular price of $2,000, bringing it down to $1,800. That's still costly, but it's a significant discount considering the big price cut you get.

The 65-inch 4K screen boasts wide viewing angles and an AI-enhanced 4K quantum processor to improve color accuracy and saturation. It features Quantum HDR 16X, giving it excellent dynamic range for movies and games. The TV supports upscaling of standard resolution content to 4K and comes with Motion Rate 240, translating into a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth action scenes in movies and games. The panel is powered by Samsung's Tizen OS, and comes loaded with all the key streaming services you'd expect, including Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, HBO Max, and more.

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Samsung UN85TU8000FXZA (Save $200)

The Samsung UN85TU8000FXZA is gigantic 85-inch 4K TV that's ideal for a huge living room. It's on sale for $200 off, making it $1,800, which isn't cheap, but it's the biggest price cut we've seen for this 8 Series panel. This is one of Samsung's latest and greatest TVs, and it shows when you dig into the hardware.

For starters, the TV has a Crystal processor that helps with 4K upscaling, turning 1080p content into 4K content. It supports HDR10+, for better contrast ratio and dimming. It has Motion Rate 120, which means the TV supports a 60Hz refresh rate which works great for fast-paced movies and games. Colors are sharp, media content looks great, and you'll find three HDMI inputs to connect multiple devices.

Software doesn't disappoint either. The TV runs Samsung's TizenOS, allowing you to use various streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+, Prime Video, Sling TV, and others. It can support multiple voice assistants including Alexa, Google Assistant, and Bixby so you can pick whatever you prefer to control the TV and get information. If you have a Samsung phone, you can also cast content from your phone to the TV. Finally, there's a built-in V-chip for parental controls letting you block programs based on ratings.

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LG CX55 OLED (Save $100)

The 55-inch LG CX55 is one of the best OLED TVs on the market and you can get it now for $200 off the regular price of $1,700, bringing it down to $1,500. This is one of the bigger price cuts we've seen on this TV. For the price, you get an amazing 4K OLED panel with Dolby Vision and HDR10 support and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate for seamless action scenes and improved gaming. It's compatible with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and has the latter two voice assistants built-in.

Beyond that, the TV runs LG's webOS and comes with all the streaming services you'd expect, like Netflix, Hulu Prime Video, and more. It has 4 HDMI inputs, 3 USB ports, an Ethernet port, and can work with HDMI ARC, allowing you to connect a wide range of devices, soundbars, receivers, and game consoles.

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LG 86-inch UN8500 Series 4k UHD Smart TV (Save $100)

The 86-inch LG UN8500 is one of the biggest 4K TVs you can buy, making it a great choice for large living rooms, bedrooms, and home theaters. You can get the panel for $200 off its regular price of $1,700. The 4K screen features a 120Hz refresh rate with TruMotion 120 motion enhancement technology giving you smooth content for action scenes and gaming. The TV has an a7 Gen 3 Processor built-in, supporting a variety of AI-enhancements like AI picture, AI sound, and 4K upscaling of standard-def content.

It's also packed with a number of other bells and whistles, including Cinema HDR which consists of Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG, with scene-by-scene picture adjustment. Dolby Vision IQ also automatically adjusts picture settings depending on ambient light and content. Dolby Atmos supports multi-dimensional surround sound. LG's webOS is built-in, and comes with all the major streaming services you'd expect. It also supports Google Assitant and Amazon Alexa for voice control and interaction with smart home devices, as well as Apple Airplay 2 and Apple HomeKit.

Sony 65-inch Class X800H XBR65X800H 4K Android TV (Save $100)

The X800H series is one of Sony's top models for 65-inch TVs and you can get it for a nice $100 off, bringing it to $900. For this price you get a 4K screen with an HDR Processor X1 and Sony 4K-X Reality Pro technology. The TV supports upscaling of regular content to 4K. It also has a Triluminous display giving it richer and more natural color reproduction. Particularly impressive is the Motionflow XR 240 technology, allowing for smooth gaming, movies, and sports.

In terms of ports, the TV have four HDMI inputs, giving you plenty of options to connect game consoles, soundbars, streaming boxes, and more. The built-in operating system ins Android TV and you have access to all major streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Disney+, and more. The TV supports Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice controls to interact with the TV as well as control smart home devices. It's also compatible with Apple Airplay 2, allowing you to watch content from your Apple devices.

Westinghouse WR58UX4019 (Save $100)

Westinghouse isn't a trendy brand the way Samsung or Sony are, but don't overlook them because the Westinghouse WR58UX4019 is one of the best TV deals on Best Buy. For $350 ($100 off), you get a 58-inch 4K HDR TV with Roku built-in. It's pretty much impossible to find something better for that price point and the Westinghouse TV doesn't skimp on features.

The screen is a nice HDR-supported panel with great colors and contrast. Blacks are rich and deep, even if they're not OLED-level. It supports a 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, meaning you should be able to see it from just about anywhere in your living room if you position it right. In terms of ports, you have 3 HDMI inputs to hook up sound systems, soundbars, and game consoles. There's also a USB input to handle things like cameras and camcorders.

Under the hood, the TV is powered by Roku, one of the more popular TV operating systems out there. You'll get just about every streaming service you can imagine including Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Apple TV, Disney+, and others. If you connect your TV to the Roku mobile app, you'll gain some smart features like voice control and voice search. It also supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so you're not going to be wanting for options.

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Insignia NS-50DF710NA21 (Save $60)

The Insignia NS-50DF710NA21 is a 50-inch 4K TV from Best Buy's in-house brand. It's a great deal at $60 off, putting its price at $320. While Insignia may not be as well regarded as Samsung, Sony, and LG, this TV is hard to beat in terms of sheer value.

In terms of specs, you're getting a 4K TV with HDR to for improved contrast and dimming. Viewing angles are solid, colors look good, and you three HDMI inputs for multiple devices like gaming consoles, soundbars, and receivers. The refresh rate is 60Hz, making it high enough to handle action scenes and games.

For software, Amazon Fire TV is built-in, so naturally you get Prime Video along with other streaming services like Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, and others. You can also take advantage of Amazon's Alexa voice assistant to control the TV, control smart home devices, launch apps, and more.

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Sony 65-inch Class X750H Series (Save $50)

The 65-inch Sony X750H series is a 4K Android TV that comes at a $50 price cut, bringing it down to $700 from its regular price of $750. At this lower cost, you get a 65-inch 4K screen with support for HDR10 and a 60Hz refresh rate. It's also loaded with some Sony-specific technology like the 4K X Reality Pro Engine, Live Color, CineMotion, and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, which all combines to give you incredible crisp images, upscaling of SD content, and great color accuracy and dynamic range.

The X750H runs Android TV, so it comes with Google Assistant built-in and supports all the major streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Disney+, and more.

Hisense 55H6570G (save $50)

Hisense has made a name for itself by offering solid screens at a price lower than top-tier brands like Sony and Samsung. The Hisense 55H6570G is no exception to that trend. It's a 55-inch 4K TV that will cost you $380 ($20 off). For the money, you get an Android TV-powered smart TV that give you 4K streaming with upscaling and HDR for high-contrast scenes.

Android TV isn't the biggest TV OS, but it has plenty of features worth liking. You get all the integrated apps and streaming services you expect, a voice remote to let you control things without pressing a button, and built-in Google Assistant to integrate into the rest of your smart home.

Perhaps more impressive are the audio features. If you can't afford a full surround sound setup, DTS Virtual X will create artificial surround sound using software, though you'll likely want to buy a soundbar rather than relying on the built-in speakers. Bluetooth is supported, letting you connect wireless soundbars and headphones easily.

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LG 55-inch NanoCell 81 Series 4K TV (Save $50)

The 55-inch LG NanoCell 81 Series is on sale for $50 off, bringing it down to $650. This 55-inch TV uses LG's unique NanoCell panel technology, giving higher quality images and colors than standard 4K TVs. It also boasts local dimming, allowing the backlighting to balance scenes, boosting blacks, and giving improved contrast in a way that makes it competitive with OLED panels at a lower price.

Under the hood, you get a quad-core processor that allows for upscaling of non-4K content. The TV supports HDR10 and HLG, giving you better dynamic range. On the software end, the TV is loaded with all the streaming services you'd expect like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, and others. The operating system is LG's webOS platform, and you also get Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in. Airplay 2 and Apple HomeKit are also supported.

Insignia NS-40D510NA21 (Save $20)

Don't sleep on Insignia. It's Best Buy's in-house brand and often, it can give you the best deals. That's the case for the Insignia NS-40D510NA21, a 40-inch 1080p TV with no frills. For $180 ($20 off), it'll give you a compact screen with a solid resolution. More interestingly, this is a dumb TV, meaning there's no built-in software or operating system. This allows you to use your own streaming device or simply use the TV as a screen if that's what you prefer.

Images are crisp and contrast is solid. Viewing angles are 89-degrees horizontal and vertical, so it may not be the best choice for a big living room, but could be ideal for a cramped dorm room. There are 3 HDMI inputs for various devices like consoles and soundbars, and one USB input for cameras or camcorders. If you want to put the TV in a kids' room, there's a built-in V-chip that allows parents to block content based on program ratings.

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Insignia NS-39DF310NA21 (Save $30)

The Insignia NS-39DF310NA21 is a rare beast. It's a 39-inch 720p TV, which is a rare resolution to find in this age of 4K. While it sounds like a low resolution on paper, the small size makes this TV ideal for a dorm room or studio apartment. The price is a nice bonus too. It's $30 off, bringing it down to a mere $220. You'll be hard-pressed to find any TV cheaper than this. More importantly, it's also a smart TV with Amazon Fire TV sparing you from having to buy an additional streaming device.This gives you all the services you could want, like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and more. Finally, you have Amazon Alexa built-in to control smart home devices and the TV itself. You can't ask for more given the low price.

LG 70UN707PUA (Save $30)

The LG 70UN707PUA is a 4K 70-inch TV packed that provides a high-quality image and plenty of smart features. At $600, it's $30 off its regular price, making it a nice deal when you consider everything you get. For starters, it has a crisp 4K image with a quad-core processor that can provide image enhancement and upscaling. It comes with Active HDR, which consists of automatic HDR10 and HLG, allowing scene-by-scene adjustment. The 60Hz refresh rate is smooth enough for action scenes and gaming.

When it comes to smart features, you have LG's webOS built-in, giving you access to all the streaming services you expect like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and others. Finally, it supports both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for voice commands, and integrates into smart home devices. If you're an Apple user, you're not left out since both Airplay 2 and Apple HomeKit are supported.

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  • We’ve updated this overview to add our newest pick for best OLED TV.

June 7, 2021

We’ve spent hundreds of hours researching and testing TVs to find the best options for any space and budget. This article provides an overview of the top picks across all of our guides to the best TVs, with links to our full coverage. The TCL 6-Series—available in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch screen sizes—is our recommendation for a great LCD TV at a reasonable price. But if you want even better performance, a lower price, a smaller size, or the best choice for gaming, we have other recommendations, as well.

Great image contrast, brightness, and detail comparable with that of $1,000+ TVsHDMI inputs support a maximum bandwidth of only 18 Gb/s
Integrated Roku support for all major streaming servicesSome people might find the Roku remote too basic
Gaming-friendly features

Great image quality for the price: Best LCD/LED TV

An LCD TV sits in a living room media center, displaying a family of polar bears walking in snow.

Buy a midrange LCD TV if:

  • You want quality for a reasonable price: The good ones offer excellent picture quality, solid preset image modes, easy on-screen navigation, and plenty of inputs for under $1,500.

Buy another type of TV if:

  • You want the best image quality possible: An OLED TV will provide a clear, truly lifelike image with perfect blacks and bright highlights, but you’ll have to pay for it.
  • You’re on a tight budget: If you’re willing to compromise on image quality to save some money, consider our budget pick.
  • You don’t have very much space: If you’re looking for a TV to fit in the corner of your small bedroom or dorm, get a 32-inch model.

Why we like it: The TCL 6-Series is our favorite LCD/LED TV thanks to its combination of great image quality, simplicity, and features that make it ready for the future—all for an affordable price. The TV uses advanced technologies such as quantum dots and mini LEDs to produce an image that is very colorful and has superb contrast ratios and HDR performance. The 120 Hz LCD panel can deliver cleaner, smoother motion for TV shows, movies, and video games without resorting to the soap opera effect. And the built-in Roku interface makes it easy to access almost every streaming service without having to add an extra streaming box.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: The HDMI inputs are limited to a bandwidth of 18 Gb/s, which means they can’t accept a 4K signal at 120 Hz, only at 60 Hz. The video processing on the 6-Series is fine, but it’s not as good as what companies like Sony and Samsung offer. Some people might find the supplied Roku remote to be too basic. There are no number keys, so selecting a TV channel requires using the on-screen guide or the up and down arrows.

Available sizes: 55, 65, 75 inches
HDMI ports: four
Smart OS: Roku

See our complete coverage and learn more in our full review

  • The Best LCD/LED TV

    The Best LCD/LED TV

    The new and improved TCL 6-Series is our favorite LCD/LED TV, thanks to its great performance, simple Roku interface, and future-proof features.

If you can’t spend as much: Best budget 4K TV

A TV sits on a media console.

Buy a budget 4K TV if:

  • You’re willing to sacrifice image quality: Spending a little more money will get you noticeably better image quality.

Buy another type of TV if:

  • You watch a lot of TV during the day: Our budget 4K TV picks might not be bright enough to compete with sunlight through windows, which might bother you during a lazy Sunday morning.
  • You want something that looks as good turned off as it does while on: A more expensive TV may have better aesthetics than our budget pick.

Why we like it: The 55-inch Vizio M-Q8 has the advanced technologies needed to deliver a great-looking 4K picture. Plus it’s easy to use and has a variety of streaming services built in.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: The Vizio panel isn’t as bright as the best LCD TVs we’ve tested, and it has only a 60 Hz refresh rate, so motion isn’t as fluid as it can be on a 120 Hz panel. The M-Q8 uses the claw-foot stand design, in which the two feet are spaced far apart, so it needs a table or stand that’s as wide as it is.

Available sizes: 55 and 65 inches
HDMI ports: four
Smart OS: SmartCast

See our complete coverage and learn more in our full review

Upgrade for the best possible performance: Best OLED TV

Our best OLED TV pick, the LG C1 Series, displaying scene from a car race in a video game.

Buy an OLED TV if:

  • You want the best possible image quality, regardless of price: OLED TVs can produce the best HDR image quality of any TV currently available.
  • You watch TV in a room where you can control the lighting: In a bright room, an OLED TV might reflect a lot of light that obscures the picture. If you are looking for a TV for a dark room, or a home theater setup, OLED TV is the perfect choice.
  • You want your TV to look as nice off as it does on: An OLED TV usually has an attractive metallic design that will look great in your living room.

Buy another type of TV if:

  • You largely watch TV in a very bright room: OLED TVs can’t compete with LCD models for overall brightness, which can easily overpower reflections and direct light.
  • You aren’t looking for the best possible picture quality: An LCD TV can provide a great image at a much lower price.

Why we like it: The LG C1 offers superb image quality, is brighter than previous OLED TVs, supports the leading HDR and HDMI 2.1 standards, and has an extremely thin and attractive design. Its WebOS smart-TV platform is easy to use and supports all of the major video and audio streaming services. Videophiles will like that the C1 gives them more control over the image than competing OLED TVs do, while the Filmmaker Mode makes it easy for anyone to get an accurate image.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: The HDMI 2.1 ports on the C1 offer a bandwidth of 40 Gbps, instead of the full 48 Gbps bitrate. The sound quality of the LG C1 could be better, but that’s the case with every flat-panel TV. We expect most people will pair a TV in this price range with an AV receiver and surround-sound combo or at least a good soundbar.

Available sizes: 48, 55, 65, 77, 83 inches
HDMI ports: four
Smart OS: WebOS

See our complete coverage and learn more in our full review

For small spaces: Best 32-inch TV

A product shot of the TCL Roku TV on a white background.

Buy a 32-inch LCD/LED TV if:

  • You don’t have space for a larger TV: Our other picks are likely too big for small bedrooms or dorm rooms.

Buy another type of TV if:

  • You care about picture quality: A larger LCD or OLED TV will provide an image with much higher definition.
  • You’ve got plenty of space: A 32-inch TV will look a little odd in most suburban living rooms.
  • You’d like a TV that looks as nice when off as it does while on: A high-end LCD or OLED TV will have much better aesthetics.

Why we like it: The 32-inch TCL Roku TV is our pick for the best 32-inch TV because it has three HDMI ports instead of two and comes with Roku OS built in. This saves you the roughly $40 you’d otherwise have to spend on a streaming stick. We don’t think that the 32-inch Roku TV is all that special, but it is the best of the small TVs we tested and good enough for viewing in a small room. It’s also available in 28-, 40-, 43-, and 49-inch versions.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: Although this 32-inch TCL model looks good for the price, it’s not remarkable. But these days that’s true for all small TVs, which are increasingly an afterthought for TV makers. The prices of larger screens have dropped to the point that almost anybody can afford one; as a result, small TVs are based on designs that lag several years behind the latest technology. This 32-inch TCL offers only 720p resolution, which means that it doesn’t support 4K (the larger three sizes in this series go up to 1080p, but that’s still just HD). They also don’t do HDR. You have to really need the small size to justify getting one of these right now.

Available sizes: 32 inches
HDMI ports: three
Smart OS: Roku

Our pick

TCL Roku TV (32-inch)

TCL Roku TV (32-inch)

The best small tv

TCL’s 32-inch Roku TV lacks 4K and HDR, but that doesn’t matter as much on a small screen. It has great streaming options and more HDMI ports than other small TVs.

See our complete coverage and learn more in our full review

  • The Best 32-Inch TV

    The Best 32-Inch TV

    The best small TV for most people is the TCL Roku. Its low price tag and integrated Roku make it great for a second room or the very price-conscious.

For gamers: Best TV for video games

A video game is displayed on the LG CX OLED television set up as a monitor with a desktop, mouse, and keyboard in frame.

Buy a gaming TV if:

  • You want low input lag: The lower the TV’s input lag, the less time between when something happens in the game and when you see it on your screen.
  • You want the latest gaming-friendly HDMI 2.1 features: The newest HDMI 2.1 specification includes a number of gaming-friendly features, like automatic low latency mode, variable refresh rate, and the bandwidth to pass a 4K 120 Hz signal. While many TVs might support one or two HDMI 2.1 features, only a select few currently support the higher bandwidth.

Buy another type of TV if:

  • You don’t play video games: Other TVs can deliver great performance for movie- and TV-watching for a lower price.

Why we like it: In addition to being our favorite overall performer for movies, the LG CX OLED TV supports all the HDMI 2.1 features you could want for gaming, including 4K 120 Hz inputs, ALLM, VRR, and HGIG. In addition, it has one of the lowest input lags we’ve measured on a TV, its game mode offers accurate colors, and it has superior viewing angles and pixel-response times compared with LCD TVs. It supports AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync for PC gamers, too. Unlike almost every other HDMI 2.1 display out there, the CX supports HDMI 2.1 on every HDMI input (it has four total), not just one or two.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: Some people worry about burn-in when using an OLED TV as a gaming monitor, though we don’t think this is a major issue. The HDMI 2.1 ports on the CX offer a bandwidth of 40 Gbps, while the former C9’s HDMI inputs offered a full 48 Gbps bitrate. With all the current gaming sources that are available, this should not be a concern.

Available sizes: 48, 55, 65, 77 inches
HDMI ports: four
Smart OS: WebOS

See our complete coverage and learn more in our full review

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About your guide

Chris Heinonen

Chris Heinonen is a senior staff writer reporting on TVs, projectors, and sometimes audio gear at Wirecutter. He has been covering AV since 2008 for a number of online publications and is an ISF-certified video calibrator. He used to write computer software and hopes to never do that again, and he also loves to run and test gear for running guides.

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