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Emergency! Black Friday has started early—as in TODAY. So hold the phone, pause at work, and tell the family to order pizza for dinner: Walmart just dropped mind-blowing 4K TV deals that you simply must take advantage of.
The retailer is offering savings up to 42 percent on top-of-the-line TV models from JVC, RCA, VIZIO, Samsung and more now though December 2nd—these beauties are starting at just $229. Now is the moment to act!
Beat the rush and pick up that new 4K TV you’ve been dreaming of before shopping craziness sets in. Then you’ll have more time and energy to focus when actual Black Friday rolls around.
Below, six 4K superstars to choose from. Pick, click and order—then exhale, knowing you scooped the world on the best TV deals of the season.
If you’re looking for a 4K TV for a bedroom, guest room or small home, then look no further than the JVC 50-inch Class 4K UHD 2160p HDR Roku Smart LED TV — especially if you’re on a tight budget because it’s on sale for just $220 (originally $349). Not only is it ideal for smaller spaces, it comes with Roku built-in. This means you’ll have access to more than 500,000 streaming channels out-of-the-box, including Netflix, HBO Now, Disney+, Hulu and others.
Shop it: JVC 50-inch Class 4K UHD 2160p HDR Roku Smart LED TV (LT-50MAW595), $229 (was $349), walmart.com
Go big or go home! Walmart has RCA’s 70-inch 4K UHD smart LED TV on sale for just $550, or $349 off its list price price. In fact, you can use the money you saved on this 4K TV and pick up the JVC 4K TV mentioned above!
This is an excellent “more bang for your buck” pick with its massive 4K display, video streaming features and over-the-air digital HD antenna settings, namely Live TV Pause — which allows you to pause live TV on the spot without an additional DVR.
A total steal at $550.
Shop it: RCA 70-inch Class 4K UHD 2160P HDR Roku Smart LED TV (RTRU7027-US), $550 (was $899), walmart.com
On sale for only $248, this VIZIO 4K TV features an impressive 50-inch LED display and HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings for vivid color contrast and inky black levels. While it comes with the features you’d come to expect from a name brand like VIZIO (like built-in video streaming and smart home capabilities), it also has image upscaling, so all of your HD movies and TV shows could be converted to near-4K picture quality.
“Great TV! Especially for the price,” wrote a delighted Walmart reviewer. “The picture is really good. The sound is good. The cast feature is cool. And easy access to all the apps we use. Definitely recommend this TV!”
Shop it: VIZIO 50-inch Class 4K Ultra HD (2160P) HDR Smart LED TV (D50x-G9), $249 (was $428), walmart.com
This Samsung 65-inch Class 4K UHD LED smart TV is on sale for only $478 (from $798) at Walmart. It features a brilliant picture quality, a high refresh rate for live sports and video streaming features built-in. This 4K TV also includes an impressive audio quality with full Dolby Digital Plus support for a completely immersive TV viewing experience.
One satisfied shopper added, “Absolutely pleased with it in every way.”
Shop it: Samsung 65-inch Class 4K UHD 2160p LED Smart TV, $478 (was $798), walmart.com
Ahead of Black Friday, Walmart has the Hisense 58-inch Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Android Smart LED TV on sale for just $280, or $148 off its list price. That’s nearly a 35 percent savings. If you’re not familiar with the brand, Hisense is considered one of the top six TV manufacturers when it comes to delivering 4K TVs with high performance at an affordable price.
“Best TV for the price! Arrived quick with no issues,” wrote a five-star reviewer. “Simple to set up. Great picture. Plus Android TV built in. I bought it for my Grandma, but now I’m getting myself one. Remote’s simple especially with Google Assistant voice control.”
Shop it: $280 (was $428), walmart.com
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