Huge July 4th TV Deals: Save Up to ,700 on TVs From Sony, Samsung, LG and More

Huge July 4th TV Deals: Save Up to $2,700 on TVs From Sony, Samsung, LG and More

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Your television is the centerpiece of your home entertainment experience, and this Fourth of July is the perfect time to upgrade. Whether you’re watching movies or TV shows or playing the latest video games, a new TV will elevate the experience. You can find plenty of options to fit your budget — we’ve curated the best Fourth of July deals that will save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a new TV.

Act quickly, though — these deals are limited-time only and may run out fast. Keep checking this post as we keep updating it with the best deals on television and more.

July 4th TV sales

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A record-low price for Samsung’s TU690T 65-inch model that comes with the TV maker’s Crystal 4K processor. This is as cheap as we’ve seen it, and it’s only available at this price via Best Buy.

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A limited-time deal at Amazon brings this 65-inch Fire TV from Insignia down to its lowest ever price at the retailer. That 33% discount knocks it down to just under the $300 mark. That’s a pretty great deal for a TV with an LED 4K display and an Alexa voice remote. 

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A huge $700 discount has dropped LG’s entry-level OLED to a much more affordable price. With Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support and a 120Hz refresh rate, you can expect top picture quality.

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A limited-time flash deal knocks this stunning Toshiba model down to its lowest ever price at the retailer. That’s a 31% discount, which equates to $200 in savings for this huge 75-inch Fire TV with Alexa voice remote and access to all the latest streaming services. 

More July 4th TV sales

  • LG Class 85 55-inch 4K: $650 (save $450). An affordable Mini-LED option.
  • TCL Class S4 43-inch 4K: $200 (save $40) + save an extra $10 with Plus. A great budget 4K choice.
  • Sony Class X85K 43-inch 4K: $550 (save $50). Incredible picture quality at a reasonable size.
  • Amazon Fire TV 55-inch 4K: $350 (save $200). An affordable choice that ties into Amazon’s ecosystem.
  • Samsung S95C 65-inch 4K OLED: $1,699 (save $1,440). A good OLED option.
  • Hisense Class U76 100-inch 4K QLED: $2,300 (save $2,700). If size matters, this television delivers the goods.
  • LG C3 65-inch 4K OLED: $1,450 (save $250). A high-end OLED experience at a reasonable price.
  • Samsung QN90C 75-inch 4K QLED: $1,800 (save $1,500). Large-size QLED thrills.
  • TCL Class S5 75-inch 4K: $530 (save $120). An affordably priced television for large rooms.
  • Hisense Class U8 100-inch 4K QLED: $3,000 (save $2,000). Cinema-style viewing experience at home.

Should I buy a TV on July 4th? 

Deals on TVs crop up throughout the year, but July 4th tends to bring with it some of the biggest discounts outside of Black Friday. Last year’s models are likely to see some seriously steep savings, and we also expect deals on 2024 models now that they’ve been on the market for a little while. If you miss out this week, Amazon Prime Day is around the corner, which will also offer great TV deals.

How we choose the best July 4th TV deals

Many of us here at CNET have covered shopping events for well over five years, including Black Friday, Prime Day, Memorial Day and countless other sales. In that time, we’ve learned how to spot the best deals among a sea of thousands of superficial offers and scams, and we only surface the best offers from trusted retailers.

We look for real discounts, quality reviews and remaining sale time when choosing smart home deals to show you. We have a team of devoted experts who have tested hundreds of TVs to make sure we’re only bringing you the best of the best.

  • Real discounts mean exactly that. We check pricing history for products on sale so we know when it’s a case of an inflated manufacturer-suggested price rather than a genuine saving. 
  • Quality reviews and testing are super important for any product, and especially so when it comes to the devices used in your personal spaces. A discount isn’t worthwhile if it results in a subpar product experience, no matter how much you saved. 
  • Remaining sale time is a huge part of our vetting process. Some deals are only around for a short time or may be limited in supply. If that’s the case, we’ll let you know upfront so you don’t come back to the deal later only to be disappointed. 

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