Best Buy TV Sales of 2020

All the best TV deals available this week at Best Buy

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Black Friday might be over, but with Cyber Monday there are still plenty of TV sales from Best Buy to take advantage of. The retailer has plenty of top-tier brands like Samsung, Sony, and LG, as well as lesser known ones like Westinghouse, Hisense, and its in-house Insignia. No matter what you're looking for, whether it's a small TV for a dorm room or a giant 70 or 85-inch panel for your living room, you're sure to find what you're looking for.

Your top consideration when searching for the Best TV on Best Buy should be screen size. Bigger isn't always better, you'll need to consider how much space there is in living room, bedroom, or wherever you want to put the TV, how far you'll sit from it, and what weight your TV stand or wall mount can handle. After considering those, you'll want to think about the kind of features you want in your TV. Do you want it to have a voice assistant like Amazon's Alexa or Google Assistant? Do you prefer Roku or do you like LG's webOS? Perhaps you want to use your own streaming device?

Last, but by no means least, you'll want to consider what resolution TV you want and the imaging features. 4K HDR TVs are fairly common, but if you're on a tight budget, Best Buy does have smaller 1080p TVs that might work well for a dorm room setting. OLED TVs are more expensive, but when it comes to color reproduction and black levels they're hard to beat compared to IPS or VA panels. VA panels are cheaper, but they suffer from more ghosting compared to IPS, and viewing angles usually aren't as good, which is important if you have a bigger living room.

If you want to get an idea of what other deals to expect for the upcoming holiday, be sure to take a look at our list of the best Cyber Monday deals. Otherwise, read on to see the ideal Best Buy TV sales.

Samsung Q90T Series QN65Q90TAFXZA (Save $600)

Samsung - 65" Class Q90T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV
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Samsung's Q90T is one of the best 4K TVs one the market in terms of panel quality and you can get it on sale for $600 off the regular price of $2,500, bringing it down to $1,900. 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 dyanmic 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.

Samsung UN85TU8000FXZA (Save $402)

Samsung TV
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The Samsung UN85TU8000FXZA is gigantic 85-inch 4K TV that's ideal for a huge living room. It's on sale for $402 off, making it $1,598, 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.

Hisense H65 Series 70H6570G (Save $200)

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 $200 off, putting it at just $450, 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.

TCL 50S434 Class 4 Series (Save $120)

TCL TV
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The TCL 50S434 is an excellent 50-inch 4K TV that punches above its weight in terms of overall quality. It's currently on sale from Best Buy at $230 ($120 off the regular price of $350). For the price, you get a TV that supports HDR, has built-in Chromecast to allow casting from your phone, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and three HDMI inputs including 1 ARC. The TV additionally supports Doly Digital+ Audio for virtual surround sound and has Google Assistant to sync with your smart home and assist with navigation.

Insignia NS-39DF310NA21 (Save $90)

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 $90 off, bringing it down to a mere $140. 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.

Samsung UN65TU7000FXZA (Save $52)

Samsung - 65" Class - 7 Series - 4K UHD TV - Smart - LED - with HDR
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If the 70-inch model is too much for you, try the 65-inch Samsung UN65TU7000FXZA. It's part of Samsung's UHD 7 series and it's a 4K TV chock full of the latest and greatest features for $478 ($52 off). It's a modest discount, but 65-inch TVs are hard to find, so this is nothing to sneeze at. For that price, you get a 65-inch 4K HDR TV, giving you a big screen with sharp image and stunning color reproduction.

The TV has the built-in Crystal processor, allowing it to smoothly handle your 4K streaming needs. Even better, the screen has a 60Hz refresh rate, resulting in incredibly crisp action scenes and some awesome gaming with Game Enhancer, a feature that automatically adjusts settings to let games run smoother.

The TV is powered by Samsung's Tizen OS, giving it the smart chops too. Tizen has all the streaming services you'd expect, along with a built-in voice assistant, so you can tell your TV to turn on, change the channel, or even ask it for recommendations on what to watch. It supports Bluetooth, allowing you to connect headphones. Specs aside, the physical design is nice as well, with ultra-thin bezels for a clean look and easy to hide cables for wall mounting.

LG 70UN707PUA (Save $50)

LG - 70" Class UN7070 Series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV
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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 $50 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.

Insignia NS-40D510NA21 (Save $50)

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 $130 ($50 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.

Hisense 55H6570G (save $20)

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 $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.