The Best TV Deals for February 2023

Even though Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, there’s one item that continues to see strong sales through the early part of the year: TVs. Perhaps that console you got for the holidays could benefit from a sharper display. Or maybe you’re upgrading your main screen ahead of next month’s Big Game. Either way, there are deals to be had.

The Best Deals on TVs 43-60 Inches

The Best Deals on TVs 65-85 Inches

If you’re looking to upgrade, the price difference between a 50-, 55- and 65-inch TV can often be fairly negligible, though prices do start to tick upward when you’re looking at 75-inch and larger screens. It’s important to fit your screen size to your room, though. Don’t squeeze a 55-inch set in a bedroom where a 32-inch will do for an hour of late-night TV before calling it quits. 

For resolution, we recommend at minimum a 1080p screen, but most of us will probably prefer to take advantage of all the 4K programming on streaming and cable these days. After that, your inputs and your onboard speakers are all worthy of consideration, but nowadays the other main important decision is your smart-TV platforms. Roku, Samsung, Android/Google, Amazon, and others all have their proprietary ecosystems; if you’re already in one it can be hard to make a switch, so be sure you know what you’re getting before clicking “add to cart.”

If you’re into gaming or considering a TV for the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, look out for TVs with 120Hz native refresh rate, HDMI 2.1 ports for resolutions up to 4K 120Hz, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) support, and HDR (High Dynamic Range) support. Not all games support 4K 120Hz or VRR, but it may become the standard for most AAA games like Call of Duty.

43-Inch to 60-Inch TVs

50-inch Hisense U6 Series 4K QLED Smart Fire TV

50-inch Hisense U6 Series

This 50-inch Hisense U6 Series TV displays content in 4K resolution with a 60Hz refresh rate. You can control it hands-free with the included Alexa Voice remote, navigating inputs, managing volume, and searching the huge catalog of integrated apps and channels. Hisense’s proprietary ULED technology boosts color, contrast, and brightness to give it an edge over TVs in the same price range.

Key Specs:

  • 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR (HDR 10, HLG) support

  • 60Hz refresh rate

  • Full Array local dimming zones

  • Smart TV with Fire TV Built-in 

  • 4x HDMI ports, 1 HDMI 2.1

50-Inch Vizio V505-J09 V-Series 4K Dolby Vision HDR Smart TV

50-inch Vizio V-Series 4K

This Vizio gives you 4K resolution plus Dolby Vision support for a more dynamic picture plus full-array LED backlighting. Note that there are just three HDMI inputs here if you have a lot of peripherals, though it does have an eARC connection for a soundbar and HDMI 2.1 compatibility.

Key Specs:

  • 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR (HDR 10, HLG) support

  • 60Hz refresh rate

  • Full array LED backlighting

  • SmartCast platform with Vizio voice remote

  • Works with Apple AirPlay 2, built-in Chromecast support

  • 3x HDMI 2.1 ports

  • Compatible with Bluetooth headphones

55-Inch Sony Bravia XR OLED A80K Series 4K Smart TV

Sony Bravia XR OLED A80K Series

This Sony Bravia XR A80K series television checks a lot of boxes for those in need of a high-end TV on a budget. If you own a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, this is a great gaming TV since it supports 4K resolution with up to a 120Hz refresh rate with the latest generation HDMI 2.1 port. For cinefiles, the individually lit OLED pixel display offers deep rich black levels that standard LED backlit TVs just can not produce. The 120Hz native refresh rate panel offers smooth fluid movement for sports or action scenes.

Key Specs:

  • 120Hz native refresh rate

  • OLED panel with individually lit pixels for rich black levels

  • HDMI 2.1 ports with up to 4K 120Hz, VRR, and ALLM support 

  • Exclusive features for PlayStation 5: Auto HDR tone mapping and auto genre picture switch

  • Google TV smart functionality with Google Assistant built-in

55-Inch Sony Class X75K 4K HDR Smart TV

Sony Class X75K

Sony’s 4K Processor X1 promises to enhance color and contrast. With built-in streaming services like Apple TV+, Netflix, and Disney+, you’ll never run out of things to watch. Even if the content you’re viewing isn’t in 4K, 4K XR-Reality PRO will upscale to near-4K resolution. 

Key Specs:

  • 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR (HDR 10, HLG) support

  • 3 HDMI ports

  • Google TV smart functionality with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in

  • Miracast and Apple AirPlay compatible

60-Inch Samsung Q60B 4K QLED Dual-LED Smart TV

Samsung Q60B

The ultra-slim Samsung Q60B can easily double as a monitor thanks to Workstation, an app that links a compatible PC, laptop, or mobile phone to your Samsung QLED 4K Smart TV.

Key Specs:

  • QLED panel with 100% color volume via Quantum Dot with HDR10 support

  • 3 HDMI ports, 1 with HDMI ARC support

  • Xbox Game Pass built in, no console required

  • Smart TV with support for multiple voice assistants

  • Can double as a monitor with the Workstation application

65-Inch to 86-Inch TV Deals

65-Inch Hisense R6 Series 4K HDR Roku Smart TV

Hisense R6 Series

A 65-inch 4K TV for less than $500? Now that’s a deal. The Hisense R6 series features High Dynamic Range (commonly known as HDR) to boost color and contrast, plus Motion Rate 120 technology which better tracks quick movements such as action scenes. This TV will be the heart of your family room entertainment system, especially since the built-in Roku TV OS gives you access to hundreds of thousands of things to watch.

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Key Specs:

  • 60Hz refresh rate

  • 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR and HDR 10 support

  • 3 HDMI ports ([email protected]), 1 with HDMI ARC support

  • Roku operating system with Google Assistant built-in

70-inch onn. 4k QLED HDR Smart TV

onn. 4k QLED HDR Smart TV

While the lack of HDMI 2.1 ports make this 70-inch Onn. brand TV from Walmart less appealing for gaming, the 120Hz refresh rate will keep action scenes and sports sharp and clear. The QLED display has local dimming capabilities, providing deeper contrast and color clarity. Plus, since Roku is built in you can always find something to watch.

Key Specs:

75-Inch Amazon Fire TV Omni 4K HDR TV With Dolby Vision

Amazon Fire TV Omni

Alexa aficionados will like the hands-free control available on this TV as well as the opportunity to easily connect with Echo speakers for surround sound. If you’re moving up to a 75-inch screen there are many features here at a mid-range price, not the least of which is the HDR 10-enabled 4K UHD screen with Dolby Vision.

Key Specs:

  • 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR (HDR 10, HLG) support

  • 4 HDMI ports, 3 HDMI 2.0 + 1 HDMI 2.1 with eARC

  • 60Hz Native refresh rate. Direct LED backlight

  • Fire TV smart TV functionality with Alexa voice remote

  • Dolby Digital Plus audio support (via Dolby-encoded audio)

  • 16-Watt stereo audio (8W+8W)

86-Inch LG 80 Series 4K QNED Smart TV (2022 Model)

LG 80 Series 4K QNED Smart TV

Utilizing Quantum Dot NanoCell color technology and an α7 Gen5 AI Processor 4K processor, this LG 80 Series QNED TV features a 120Hz refresh rate to keep screen tearing during action-packed gaming sessions.

Key Specs:

  • Quantum Dot NanoCell color technology

  • 4 HDMI ports, 2 HDMI 2.1 ports

  • Cloud gaming via GeForce Now

  • Compatible with multiple Smart Assistants


Which TV brand is best value for money?

If you can’t afford to spend thousands of dollars on a new TV, TCL and Hisense offer high quality at affordable prices. The Hisense U8H LED TV, for example, offers flagship-level performance and an impressive array of features for a modest price. And the TCL 4K 6-Series with Google TV offers more features and better performance than the Roku-based 6-Series, and all you’re giving up is Apple AirPlay.

What is a good month to buy a TV?

In the US, retailers will often offer deals ahead of the Super Bowl, so keep your eyes peeled in January and February if you didn’t snag a discount on Black Friday, another popular time to get a discount on a huge TV. If you want the best TV versus a discounted one, the spring is often when new TV models arrive in stores.

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