home : hot deals & information involving: televisions Sunday, September 23, 2018
- TCL 55" 4K TV with HDR and Roku for $361
Electronics Express has the best deal on the TCL 55S405 55-inch 4K (2160p) TV with HDR and Roku.
Price is $380 with free shipping, and no sales tax for customers outside of Tennessee and Alabama.
Also, coupon code 5OFFPROMO applies 5% off (apply in the shopping cart).
We owned this TV since December, and love a few things about it:
It's one of the best prices available for a 55-inch TV today.
This was our upgrade from a 1080p TV, and the HDR made the colors appear more life-like.
Roku remote included, and the TV can be fully controlled by the Roku app (including power on/off).
Beware that Electronics Express does have a few negative reviews from customers who bought from their retail store, but we heard few problems with online orders.
They sell a lot through Amazon and Ebay, and usually have great prices.
- LG 55" 4K TV and $100 Gift for $500
LG 55-inch 2160p 4K TV with HDR for $500 with free shipping.
A free $100 Dell Promo eGift card is automatically added to the cart, and delivered by email a few weeks after purchase.
The free $100 "Promo" eGift card can be used toward anything at Dell.com (computers, monitors, TVs, accessories, etc.) within 90 days from delivery.
The TV normally sells for about $500 without a free gift card.
Even if your home does not have 4K (2160p) players, the HDR benefit is a noticeable upgrade from a 1080p TV since blacks look actually black and colors look more vivid.
They are also selling a
Vizio 55-inch 4K TV with HDR for $500 and includes a free $150 Dell Promo eGift Card.
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Note that TV prices could rise in about 6 months (some say by Christmas), so now may be a good time to consider upgrading an old 1080p TV to 4K with HDR.
Although the impact of tariffs will seem to hit clothing, shoes, and furniture sooner than electronics, experts seem to believe all household goods will ultimately hit US consumers' wallets in the near future.