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The best last-minute Prime Day TV deals include rare discounts on brand-new 2021 models from Sony, Samsung, and LG


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Amazon Prime Day 2021 is nearly over, but there are still plenty of TV deals you can snag right now. Amazon has dropped the price on several Fire TV display models from Toshiba and Insignia. Though these entry-level TVs lack advanced features, their low deal prices make them a solid buy for people who just want a simple smart TV.

A free 30-day trial is available to new members. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you can sign up now to test the service for free and enjoy all the Prime Day deals when they launch. For more Prime Day deals as they happen , you can check out our liveblog here.

Best Prime Day Fire TV display deals

Though they’re not known for particularly impressive image quality or speedy performance, Fire TV displays offer shoppers a simple and inexpensive smart TV option. They’re solid buys for people who want a smaller display, especially customers looking for an extra TV to place in a bedroom.

Now, during Prime Day, you can get up to $110 off select Insignia and Toshiba Fire TV display models.

All of the discounted Fire TVs include built-in support for Amazon’s Fire TV streaming platform, enabling easy access to a large assortment of apps. Many popular services, like Prime Video,

Netflix
, and Disney Plus, are all included.

Discounted models range from 32- to 65-inches, and displays are available in HD and

4K
resolutions. If you’re a casual buyer who just wants a reliable TV with a smaller screen for simple streaming, one of the 24- or 32-inch models should be a solid buy, especially with the current deal prices.

For buyers who want to take advantage of newer picture technologies, like HDR, we recommend going with one of the larger models. That said, for the best picture quality and smoothest smart TV experience, you’re better off paying a little more for a similar smart TV model from one of the other major brands included in this article.

Best Prime Day Samsung, LG, and Sony TV deals

Samsung has a number of its best TVs on sale for Prime Day, including several 2021 models that were just released this spring.

For buyers who favor design over the latest picture quality features, there are also deals on Samsung’s artistically designed Serif TVs, as well as the Sero TV, which has a rotatable screen that can show video in both portrait and landscape orientation.

There are also a deals on LG and Sony TVs including the Sony A80J 4K TV, an OLED TV model that includes HDMI 2.1 ports for gaming.

The best Amazon Prime Day TV deals at Best Buy right now

Coinciding with Prime Day 2021, Best Buy has a number of TV deals that are still live right now.

One of Sony’s best 4K OLED TVs is on sale in two sizes, and there’s a deal on Vizio’s more budget-friendly OLED for buyers who want similar picture quality for even less.

Check out our full coverage of Best Buy’s competing sale here.

How to shop for a TV

TVs vary wildly in price, features, and size, so choosing the right display for your needs can be tricky. When it comes to budget models, you can find smaller HDTVs for as low as $100. On the high end, flagship 65-inch 4K TVs can sell for $1,500 or more. The biggest 8K TVs can even cost over $10,000.

If you’re looking for a TV with picture quality as a top priority, then you’ll want to go for a 4K model with at least a 65-inch panel. The best 4K TVs feature an OLED screen or an advanced LED screen with a feature called local dimming. These display technologies provide the highest contrast, deepest black levels, and brightest picture for impressive high dynamic range (HDR) images.

Though manufacturers use different terms to designate their higher-end models, in general, shoppers who focus on picture quality should look for TVs branded as OLED, QLED, Neo QLED, Quantum, NanoCell, and QNED.

Buyers who simply want a basic display for casual viewing, however, will be better off with a smaller TV using a more affordable LED panel without advanced image features. Though picture quality won’t be as good as pricier TV models, there are plenty of solid budget LED TVs, including inexpensive sets that still offer 4K resolution and built-in smart TV streaming.

If you’re looking for even more TV recommendations, be sure to check out our TV buying guides:



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