UPDATE: Sep. 15, 2023, 5:00 a.m. EDT This story has been updated with the latest 4K and 8K TV deals. Check out our favorite Labor Day savings below:
Upgrading to a 4K TV — even a QLED or OLED — no longer has to be an intimidating financial setback. High-quality TVs featuring punchy colors, decipherable shadows, and smooth transitions have become increasingly affordable for regular consumers, made even more budget-friendly by frequent sales from retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon. If you're ready for a home entertainment upgrade, here are the best TV deals this week.
TV deals are categorized by brand, then listed in order of size (smallest to largest) and price (lowest to highest).
Samsung TV deals
Why we love it
Of the handful of 85-inch Samsung TVs on sale this week, we think the deal on the Q80C is the best bang for your buck — now with an extra $100 discount on top of its sale price from last week. The Q80C is Samsung's most advanced QLED (before getting to the Neo QLED part of the family), packing 96 precisely-lit local dimming zones for the meticulous brightness necessary for watching sports in the daylight. Also present are advanced gaming features like a 120Hz refresh rate and VRR support.
More Samsung TVs on sale
Samsung 55-inch QN70C QLED TV — $799.99
Samsung 55-inch QN90C QLED TV — $1,597.99
Samsung 55-inch S90C OLED TV — $1,599.99
Samsung 65-inch S90C OLED TV — $1,899.99
Samsung 65-inch The Terrace Full Sun Outdoor QLED TV — $7,499.99
Samsung 75-inch QN90C QLED TV — $2,597.99
Samsung 77-inch S90C OLED TV — $2,599.99
Samsung 83-inch S90C OLED TV — $4,499.99
Samsung 85-inch Q60C QLED TV — $1,699.99
Samsung 85-inch Q70C QLED TV — $1,899.99
Samsung 85-inch Q80C QLED TV — $2,399.99
Samsung 85-inch QN90C QLED TV — $3,499.99
LG TV deals
Why we love it
LG's OLED models got a glow-up in 2023, and the B3 model is the most affordable one — and with Best Buy's huge $900 discount on the 65-inch model, it's basically begging to be in your living room.
The B3's lower price point can mostly be attributed to its less-advanced a7 processor compared to the C3 and G3's Alpha a9. However, the B3 runs laps around the cheapest-of-the-cheap 4K TVs with Dolby Vision and next-gen gaming features like a 120 Hz refresh rate, both of which help to push those 8.3 million self-lit pixels to their fullest potential.
More LG TVs on sale
LG 43-inch UQ7070 4K TV — $258
LG 48-inch A2 OLED TV — $649.99
LG 55-inch UQ70 4K TV — $369.99
LG 55-inch B3 Series OLED TV — $1,399.99
LG 55-inch C3 Series OLED TV — $1,499.99
LG 65-inch B2 Series OLED TV — $1,499.99
LG 65-inch C3 Series OLED TV — $1,699.99
LG 77-inch C3 Series OLED TV — $2,699.99
LG 77-inch G2 Series Gallery OLED TV — $3,299.99
LG 83-inch C2 Series OLED TV — $3,999.99
LG 86-inch 80 Series QNED TV — $1,999.99
Sony TV deals
Why we love it
Bringing the "O" on board to LED significantly upgrades the TV's picture quality, especially in dimly lit rooms and dark, shadowy scenes. That's because OLED doesn't require an external backlight, using organic light-emitting diodes instead. These self-lit pixels are individually controlled by the TV itself based on the content and lighting of the room, offering more precise contrast than an LED or QLED panel.
Though the A90J is now a two-year-old Sony release, it still holds its own as a premium OLED in the field — it's an especially appetizing contender at record-low pricing at Amazon.
More Sony TVs on sale
Sony 55-inch A80L OLED TV — $1,599.99
Sony 65-inch X90L 4K TV — $1,299.99
Sony 65-inch X93L Mini LED TV — $1,899.99
Sony 65-inch A80L OLED TV — $1,999.99
Sony 75-inch X77L 4K TV — $929.99
Sony 75-inch X90L 4K TV — $1,799.99
Sony 77-inch A80L OLED TV — $2,999.99
Sony 85-inch X90L 4K TV — $2,499.99
More Labor Day TV deals from Amazon, TCL, Vizio, and more
Why we love it
In honor of Prime Big Deal Days event in October, Amazon is giving a glimpse of just how much it's willing to slash prices on its own products. The 55-inch version of its most budget-friendly Fire TV is 50% off — easily a new record-low price.
Amazon's 4-Series Fire TV is a less-elevated version of the Fire TV Omni. But at half off, there's little reason to opt for the 55-inch Omni. It's currently over $200 more expensive than the 4-Series of the same size and doesn't support Dolby Vision like the two bigger Omni models do. The 4-Series still displays picture vibrant enough for the average household and seamlessly hops between apps on the Fire TV platform.
Any Fire TV purchase at Amazon comes with six free months of MGM+. Sports fans who'd prefer easy access to live games over MGM+ can snag this TV for the same exact price at Best Buy and unlock a 30-day free trial of FuboTV (as long as they're new subscribers) compared to the seven-day trial offered on FuboTV's website.
More TCL TVs, Vizio TVs, Fire TVs, and other TVs on sale
Amazon 32-inch 2-Series HD Fire TV — $129.99
Amazon 43-inch 4-Series 4K Fire TV — $289.99
Amazon 55-inch Omni QLED Fire TV — $439.99
TCL 55-inch Q5 QLED TV — $349.99
TCL 55-inch Q7 QLED TV — $599.99
Hisense 55-inch U8 Mini-LED TV — $799.99
Insignia 58-inch F30 Series 4K TV — $269.99
Vizio 65-inch V-Series 4K TV — $398
Amazon 65-inch Omni 4K Fire TV — $599.99
TCL 65-inch QM8 Mini-LED QLED TV — $1,299.99
TCL 75-inch S4 4K TV — $549.99
Amazon 75-inch Omni 4K Fire TV — $859.99
TCL 75-inch Q7 QLED TV — $1,099.99
TCL 75-inch QM8 Mini-LED QLED TV — $1,799.99
TCL 85-inch S4 4K TV — $999.99
TCL 85-inch Q7 QLED TV — $1,699.99
TCL 98-inch S5 4K TV — $2,999.99