Best Buy TV Sales of 2021

All the best TV deals available this week at Best Buy

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With the holidays and the Superbowl over, most of the greatest TV sales aren't available on Best Buy anymore, but that doesn't mean you're left without choices entirely. There are still plenty of deals available from top brands like Samsung, LG, Sony, Hisense, Westinghouse, and the affordable in-house Insignia brand. Before you start picking out your brand-new TV, you'll want to keep a few things in mind. Screen size will largely depend on the size of your living room, how far you plan to sit from the TV, and your own space limitations. The most common TVs are in the 50 to 55-inch range, but for a big space you can size up to 75 inches or even bigger.

The most common resolution is 4K and that's what you'll find most content in. Many 4K TVs also come with built-in processors that give them the ability to upscale 4K content. 1080p TVs are less common, but there are a few on this list which may make them a good option if you're on a tight budget. 8K is the highest resolution currently available and only a handful of TVs have it (and they're very costly), and there's a limited amount of 8K content currently.

Most TVs on Best Buy are smart TVs, meaning they come with a built-in operating system, loaded with streaming services, and often have a voice assistant like Bixby, Alexa, or Google Assistant. However, if you aren't a fan of whatever OS is the default, you can pick up your own streaming device to use with your TV.

Now, without further ado, read on to see the greatest Best Buy TV sales to take advantage of.

Hisense 75-inch H6510G Series 4K Smart Android TV (Save $350)

Hisense - 75" Class H6510G Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV

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The Hisense H6510G is a 75-inch 4K Android TV that's an incredible $350 off, bringing it down to $650 from its $1,000 regular price. For this, you get a big TV that's packed with features including Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10, and DTS FVirtual: X. The TV has a standard 60Hz refresh rate, but it supports 4K upscaling and Motion Rate 120 technology. It comes loaded with all the major streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Pandora, Prime Video, Disney+, and more.

For some smart chops, you have the choice between Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, letting you control the TV and interact with smart home devices from your couch. The TV comes with 3 HDMI inputs, 2 USB ports, a digita optical audio output, and has built-in Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and a headphone jack.

Hisense H65 Series 70H6570G (Save $120)

Hisense - 70" Class H65 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV
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Hisense isn't as famous of a brand as stalwarts like Samsung and Sony, but the company has been in the US market for some time now, offering TVs at a more affordable price without skimping on the quality. The H65 Series 70H6570G is a 4K Android TV that's $120 off, putting it at just $530, compared to its regular price of $650. That's a pretty steep discount, and for the price, you get a high-quality panel with the latest technology like Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 for improved saturation and dynamic range. Visuals are crisp and attractive.

Other features are equally impressive. It runs Android TV, meaning it has a Chromecast natively built-in, giving you access to just about every streaming service, including Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Disney+, and more. It comes with Google Assistant so you can use it to change channels, control smart home devices, ask questions, and search. Other useful features include Bluetooth connectivity for soundbars, speakers, headphones, and other audio devices.

Westinghouse WR58UX4019 (Save $100)

Westinghouse - 58" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR - Roku TV
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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.

Insignia NS-39DF310NA21 (Save $60)

Insignia 39-inch Fire TV
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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 $70 off, bringing it down to a mere $160. 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.

Hisense 55H6570G (save $50)

Hisense TV
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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 $350 ($50 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.

Insignia NS-50DF710NA21 (Save $50)

Insignia NS-50DF710NA21
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The Insignia NS-50DF710NA21 is a 50-inch 4K TV from Best Buy's in-house brand. It's a great deal at $80 off, putting its price at $300. 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.

Toshiba 32LF221U21 32-inch FireTV Edition TV (Save $40)

Toshiba - 32" Class LED HD Smart FireTV Edition TV

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The 32-inch Toshiba Fire TV Edition is an affordable smart TV for those who need a screen for a small bedroom, dorm, or other places with constrained space limits. The TV is on sale for $140, $40 down from its regular price of $180. For this you get a 32-inch TV with a 720p resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. This isn't as crisp as 1080p, let alone 4K screens, but it spares you from having to buy your own streaming device since FireTV OS is onboard and it comes loaded with all the major streaming services like Netflix, Prime, Hulu, Sling TV, and more. Aside from that, you also have Amazon Alexa built-in, letting you control the TV with voice commands and interact with smart home devices.

Insignia NS-40D510NA21 (Save $30)

Insignia™ - 40" - 1080p - HDTV - LED
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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 $150 ($30 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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