Update (11/21 2:15pm): Looking to go all out on your next TV? Amazon offers its Prime members the VIZIO M70-C3 70-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV for $1,648 shipped, which is a match for the lowest we’ve ever seen. Note: The $250 Prime discount will be automatically applied during checkout.
Tis’ the season for HDTV deals. While Black Friday generally brings some of the best prices across the board, often times you can cash in on that special pricing ahead of time from online retailers. An excellent example is Samsung’s 55-inch Smart 4K LED UHDTV.
This UHDTV was our top-pick of the holiday season when we rounded up the best deals last week. Then it was the beneficiary of a $200 price drop across the board and today Adorama via eBay is offering it for another $100 off. Pick-up the Samsung UN55JS7000 55-inch Smart 4K LED UHDTV for $899.99 shipped and skip the Black Friday craziness all together. This price is good for $700 off the original listing, $98 less than Amazon and the lowest price we can find.
Samsung’s UHDTV features smart functionality, 4K resolution, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity and four HDMI inputs. Additionally, it has a 120Hz refresh rate, upscaling capabilities, and a quad-core processor. Rated 4.1/5 stars.
Complete your new home theater setup with a soundbar to enhance your audio experience. Often times, slim HDTVs place speaker on the backside of the set to maintain its thin design. By adding a soundbar you’ll be firing the audio towards the viewer. B&H offers a pair of 2015 VIZIO 2-channel soundbars at a discount today: 29-inch SB2920x-C6 for $48 (Reg. $78) or the 38-inch SB3820X-C6 for $68 (Reg. $98). You’ll also find a 5.1-channel option in today’s Daily Deals, as well as a nice price drop on Samsung’s 2.1-channel setup, either of which will do the job.
More HDTV Deals:
- Samsung UN48JS8500 48-inch Smart 3D 4K LED UHDTV:$1,100 (Reg. $1,300) | eBay
- Samsung UN40J5200AFXZA 40-inch 1080p 60Hz HDTV: $318 + $20 Gift Card | Target
- Westinghouse 50-inch 1080p 60Hz HDTV: $300 (Reg. $380) | Best Buy
- …more deals in our previous roundup…
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