The best TV deals of July 4th 2022

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The 4th of July TV steals are a big tradition — let’s shop! (Photos: Amazon)

Buying a new TV might not be at the top of your list of things to do this 4th of July weekend. After all, you probably long to have fun in the sun and enjoy the great outdoors. But, lest we forget: 1) There will still be plenty of rainy days this summer when you’ll want to curl up in front of a quality set and go crazy, play, or make a big stupid action movie. and 2) This same perception of upping your TV game is now only causing manufacturers and retailers to offer extremely irresistible deals on this most American of holidays.

Well…whether you’re catching the new HBO awards series, the upcoming World Cup, or the US Open, we’ve got a set to fit your wants, needs, and budget. All the big names are represented — Sony, Samsung, LG, Toshiba and more — at all-time low prices. So read on and treat yourself to the brand new TV you so desperately deserve.

Oh, and happy Independence Day!

19 to 49 inches

TV on a white background

Oh, it’s Onn! Just $124 for a 32″ set! (Photo: Walmart)

No one disputes that when it comes to home video enjoyment, size matters. But while you can (and will see below) plenty of deals on sets that range over 75 inches, sometimes really cool things come in smaller packages. This is especially true if you’re looking for a second (or third) TV, perhaps something for the den, bedroom or dorm room.

We hereby give you Onn. Roku 32″ Class HD (720P) LED Smart TV. “We’re on to something here,” Walmart says of this set, and while we admire the big-box retailer’s affinity for bad puns, we’re inclined to agree. The screen Its DLED has 720p resolution (yes, you can find a higher number out there, but for a set this size, you’ll get a lot more definition with it) and a 60Hz refresh rate. Use it to watch shows and movies via cable, satellite, HDTV antenna (for those of you who want to check in on your local broadcast channels) and, of course, wireless streaming. Did we mention that Roku is built in? We also mentioned that it’s currently just $124?

This baby has been getting a lot of love from Walmart shoppers. One says: “I really love this TV. It’s nice looking, light and has a super fast download speed. Every app runs great and I love being able to cast to the TV from my phone… Everything about this TV is perfect. “

$124 $144 at Walmart

More 19 to 49 inch discounts:

  • Insignia 39-inch Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV, $150 (was $230),

  • Toshiba Class V35 Series 32-inch HD Smart Fire LED TV, $130 (was $200),

  • Samsung 32″ Class HD (720P) Smart LED TV, $228 (was $429),

  • Insignia 42-inch Class F20 Series Smart Full HD 1080p Fire TV, $170 (was $270),

  • Philips 43″ Class 4K Ultra HD (2160p) Android Smart LED TV with Google Assistant, $288 (was $438),

  • Insignia 24-inch Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV, $90 (was $170),

  • Hisense 40″ Class 2K FHD LED Roku Smart TV, $178 (was $224),

  • Amazon Fire TV 43″ 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV, $200 (was $370),

  • LG Electronics 24LM530S-PU 24-inch HD webOS 3.5 Smart TV, $157 (was $190),

  • Hisense 43″ Class 2K FHD LED Roku Smart TV, $198 ($249),

  • RCA 32″ Class HD 720P Roku Smart LED TV, $138 (was $248),

  • JVC 43″ Class 4K UHD 2160p LED Roku Smart TV, $248 (was $278),

50 to 55 inches

TCL 55

Scoring this big, powerful TCL set for under $300 = a little TLC for your credit card balance. (Photo: Walmart)

Sometimes just two numbers tell you everything you need to know: 55 inches and less than $300. You can’t beat that with a bat! In case you’re techy, the “4K” on this TCL 55″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart TV means its picture quality has four times the resolution of Full HD (it’s not that “full” after all, is?).

It’s a boon to the streaming set, allowing you to create a personalized home screen through which you can access hundreds of streaming channels and more half a million movies and tv episodes! Oh, and you can navigate voice control between your favorite sites and apps without even using a remote. Do you still have one foot in the pre-Netflix world? This set has a built-in digital tuner, meaning you’ll have access to all your local broadcast channels. Take that, cable company!

“This TCL Roku TV is amazing,” said one very satisfied customer. “It has the brightest color with no glare. It was very easy to set up with the remote and he walked me through it step by step… The picture is sharp and the colors are bright. It allows you to set up Chromecast as well as Apple Airplay and has all the most recent apps from HBO Max to Apple TV… This is the best TV I’ve seen, at an incredible price.”

$298 $600 at Walmart

More 50 to 55 Inch Sale:

  • Sony 55-inch 4K Ultra HD TV X80K Series: LED Smart Google TV, $698 (was $750),

  • Amazon Fire TV 55″ Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV, $300 (was $560),

  • Amazon Fire TV 50″ 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV, $260 (was $470),

  • Philips 50″ Class 4K Ultra HD (2160p) Android Smart LED TV, $318 (was $348),

  • Toshiba 50-inch Class C350 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV, $290 (was $430),

  • Samsung 50″ Class 4K (2160p) Smart LED TV, $378 (was $438),

  • Hisense A6 Series 55-inch 4K UHD Smart Google TV, $318 (was $349),

  • Insignia 50-inch Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV, $240 (was $400),

  • Samsung 55-inch QLED 4K UHD Dual LED Quantum HDR Smart TV, $628 (was $850),

  • TCL 50″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart TV, $278 (was $450),

  • Hisense XClass TV 50″ 4K UHD A6 Smart Series, $295 (was $348),

65 inches and up

Sony 75

In case you haven’t noticed, this summer’s sports, movie and TV deals are huge — maybe you should finally get a TV to match. Justin’… (Photo: Amazon)

Here’s one for those of you who want a prestige brand and oversized screen. This Google 75″ Ultra HD LED Smart TV is Sony-branded and has a screen size bigger than most of us! It also has Dolby Vision HDR (that’s “high dynamic range”, FYI), Google Assistant compatibility and Alexa and 120 HZ refresh rate. What does this mean? This means there is no compromise in clarity during flickering moments and you didn’t miss it during live sports, video games and action movies. That is refreshing!

So yes, this set is still on the high end, price wise. But, first of all, well, you get what you pay for, and this kind of cutting-edge quality doesn’t come cheap. Second: It’s $100 off. Considering the Sony name means you can count on premium viewing for a decade or more, you’ll enjoy this set for pennies a day! This is Scrooge-level austerity.

“All I have to say is this thing is beyond imagination,” reported one buyer. “So far great! Will definitely recommend.” U.S. too.

$1,198 $1,300 on Amazon

More 65″ and up discounts:

  • Samsung 65-inch Class Curved UHD TU-8300 Series 4K UHD HDR Smart TV, $650 (was $800),

  • VIZIO 65″ Class M6 Series 4K QLED HDR Smart TV, $598 (was $678),

  • Samsung 70″ Class 4K Crystal UHD (2160P) LED Smart TV with HDR, $628 (was $750),

  • Toshiba 75-inch Class M550 LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV, $700 (was $1,400),

  • Hisense 65″ Class 4K UHD LCD Roku Smart TV HDR, $448 (was $498),

  • VIZIO 70″ Class M7 Series 4K QLED HDR Smart TV, $798 (was $927),

  • LG OLED C1 Series 65″ Alexa Built-in 4k Smart TV, $1,597 (was $2,500),,

  • Hisense 85-inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TV, $1,200 (was $1,850),

  • Sony 65″ Class KD65X85J 4K Ultra HD LED Smart Google TV, $998 (was $2,000),

  • TCL 75-inch Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV, $700 (was $983),

  • Amazon Fire TV 65″ Omni Series 4K UHD smart TV, $500 (was $829),

The reviews listed above reflect the latest versions at the time of publication.

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