Memorial Day is known for its long weekend of sales. And while many of us might be more concerned with shopping for summer appliances, furniture and mattresses, some retailers are making TVs a priority.
Now that Amazon is selling TVs under its own brand name, you can snap up a new TV with the Amazon Fire streaming platform built-in right from the site. The 4 Series 4K range has a Memorial Day price tag and comes with four HDMI inputs at 60Hz, direct LED backlighting and a voice control remote. They also support High Dynamic Range (HDR) content and are slightly cheaper than Amazon’s higher-end Omni TV range (also on sale this Memorial Day). For now, you can get the Fire TV 4 Series 4K in 43 inches ($279.99, originally $369.99); 50-inch ($339.99; originally $469.99) and 55-inch ($359.99; originally $519.99) through June 1st.
Amazon’s latest Omni series 4K TVs have the same basics like multiple HDMI outputs and a remote with voice command that make the Fire TV 4 series such a great buy. But the Omni series was also praised as “serious smart” in our test and offers excellent Alexa integration, concise voice control and a wealth of smart features. Also, the design is slimmer and the larger sizes support Dolby Vision. Until June 1st, you can purchase the Omni series in 43 inches ($299.99; originally $409.99); 50-inch ($349.99; originally $509.99); 55-inch ($369.99; originally $559.99); 65-inch ($499.99; originally $829.99) and 75-inch ($749.99; originally $1,099.99).
This 65-inch Hisense HDTV is both oversized and super-smart, with the Chromecast smart TV platform built-in so you can easily access all your favorite streaming services. It also comes with Game Mode Plus for a smoother, faster gaming experience and even supports Dolby Vision.
Get outside this summer and stay outside with this 65 inch weatherproof partial sun TV from Samsung. The Terrace has a super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate, perfect for sports or even a little outdoors gaming action. You’ll also appreciate the super bright 4K QLED technology that doesn’t dim in sunlight.
Don’t miss out on this LG big screen TV at almost half the price. At 75 inches, the 99 Series NanoCell TV uses the highest quality 8K processor to offer stunning, true-to-life pictures no matter what you’re watching. And with over a billion colors, NanoCell technology ensures a crystal clear picture too.
This is Toshiba’s M550 flagship TV and with a 50 per cent discount you not only get a proprietary 4K engine for improved color and contrast, but you can also handle Dolby Vision HDR. Alexa fans will also appreciate the intelligent Fire TV operating system, which not only gives you access to the most popular streaming services, but also lets you control them with your voice.
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Digitally enhancing fast-moving images with Sony’s MotionFlow technology, this 4K TV uses HDR10 and Dolby Vision to thoroughly enhance your picture. We also love that it has Google TV as the operating system for Smart TV and streaming services. And at $700 off the original price, you might want to start considering this bigger screen update.
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OLED technology offers the whitest white and the blackest black. And you can now upgrade to this 65-inch LG OLED TV for $500 off the original price. It also has Dolby Vision HDR support and Dolby Atmos, as well as a 120Hz refresh rate for smoother gaming, especially if you’ve been able to snag a next-gen gaming console like the PS5 or Xbox Series X.
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That cheaper option, well under $500, is Vizio’s UHD Smart LED TV, which comes with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. It uses Chromecast so you can connect to your favorite streaming services and allows voice control with Google, Alexa and Siri.
Are you looking for a television for your guest room or holiday home? This RCA Smart TV is the perfect choice for under $300. It uses a web operating system for its smart TV platform, allowing you to stream your favorite channels and apps, but it also features a Full 4K Ultra HD LED display for a bright, clear picture.
We love that the latest model of this 55-inch UHD smart TV from Vizio with Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 is more than half the price this weekend. Its IQ Active Processor offers spectacular 4K quality and uses the company’s SmartCast platform to stream from a range of built-in apps.
Walmart’s own Onn. Brand offers everything you would expect from a 4K TV, including Ultra High Definition. And for that low price, you also get the full Roku experience for streaming your favorite movies, TV, and videos.
The latest Samsung The Frame TV features a new anti-glare coating that not only makes watching movies and shows more enjoyable, but also better showcases a library of digital art and a selection of magnetic frames when you’re not watching TV. And at 85 inches and a savings of $300, this TV is going to make a fucking statement this Memorial Day.
This Sony Bravia TV is paired with Google TV to deliver a perfectly cohesive experience of the company’s renowned cognitive processor and Google’s streaming platform. It’s also packed with the Bravia Core collection of the latest Sony Picture Entertainment titles and a massive IMAX Enhanced collection streaming in 4K UHD.
Not only is this smaller outdoor TV weatherproof with tempered glass and an IP54-rated body, but it’s also built with 4K UHD and HDR10 for a bright, rich and colorful picture, even in partial sun. It also comes with an external RangeXtend antenna for a stronger Wi-Fi signal wherever you choose to place it.