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Just in time for football, we found fantastic bargains on OLED TVs

So you want a better picture to see those football plays and ref calls? You can take advantage of huge discounts on OLED TVs from Sony, LG, and more. Save over $1,000 on models right now.

An OLED TV provides some of the best picture quality that you can get for home entertainment. Unfortunately, that quality comes at a price. Retailers like Amazon and Best Buy as well as Sony and LG's brand sites, however, are offering OLED models at awesome discounts. 

Whether you're looking for something to capture the magic of your favorite football games or watching the Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series, you can find a great deal on an OLED TV right now. We rounded up some of the best OLED TV deals below. 

As an FYI, we don't know how long these sales are expected to last on any of these TVs. Be sure to add them to your cart ASAP to get the savings.

  • Current Price: $799
  • Original Price: $1,099

Hands down this TV deal is one of the best on the market right now. The Sony features a screen with a narrow bezel for more picture than case on the TV. It uses the signature TRILUMINOS Display and the Picture Processor X1 Ultimate work together to enhance the 8 million self-lit pixels on-screen. You can also expect HDR and Dolby Vision on this model.

  • Current Price: $1,999
  • Original Price: $2,999

While Samsung's best-selling TVs are usually their QLED models, don't disregard their OLEDs. With 8.3 million self-lit pixels and a high 4K UHD screen, you can easily use smart calibration to start watching TV shortly after setup. Samsung's software also comes with a Smart TV Hub, making it easy to pull up your favorite shows and streaming services.

The lowest price we've seen on this model is $2,099.

  • Current price: $5,199
  • Original price: $5,499

The A90J is one of Sony's top-tier OLED models, and now you can pick up the truly massive 83-inch version for $500 off from Sony. It has support for both Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, and it uses Sony's proprietary Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology to turn the whole screen into a speaker. It's also optimized for gaming with the PlayStation 5 for a smoother experience.

Also: Best TV 2022: Budget-friendly to big-screen opulence

  • Current price: $1,298
  • Original price: $2,499

Walmart is offering the 65-inch version of LG's A1 OLED TV at a discount of over $1,000. It features an updated a9 processor that uses AI and machine learning to provide excellent native and upscaled 4K resolution, and the voice-enabled remote works with both Alexa and Hey Google for hands-free controls.

This is the lowest price we've seen.

  • Current price: $2,596
  • Original price: $3,800

At Amazon, you can get the 77-inch C1 OLED TV for over $1,100 off. You'll get excellent picture and audio quality as well as hands-free voice controls, a Sports Alert mode to help you keep up with scores, stats, and league standings (which is perfect for sports fans), and even a Filmmaker Mode to make everything from old Hollywood classics to the hottest new blockbusters look their best.

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