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The best TV deals you can find right now

Find deals on great new TVs and TV accessories from top brands like Samsung, Sony, LG, and TCL now.
Written by Charlie Osborne, Contributing Writer on

Looking for a new TV? Major retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, and Target have TV deals you can take advantage of right now, so you can catch fall sports coverage and binge all of your favorite shows. 

Our favorite deal is for the Hisense L9G (Android), a short-throw laser projector and an alternative to traditional TVs. You can get a truly large-screen TV without needing a high school gymnasium-sized room to accommodate it. It comes with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light for brighter images, better contrast, and more vibrant colors. You'll also find some TV accessory deals on this list, including half-off an Amazon Fire Stick

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Whether you're looking for a budget-friendly model, QLED, Mini LED, or OLED TV, there's a panel on sale for you on our list. Check out our list of best TV deals below. If you see something that catches your eye, we recommend you add it to your cart sooner rather than later. The deals may not last, and we can't guarantee they will be available for long.

The best TV deals available in September 2023

  • Current price: $3500
  • Original price: $5500

The Hisense L9G is a short-throw laser projector, which means that you can get a truly large-screen TV without needing a high school gymnasium-sized room to accommodate it. It comes with a 100-inch screen that is designed to reject ambient light for brighter images, better contrast, and more vibrant colors. It also uses the Android TV platform to give you access to all of your favorite streaming apps.

  • Current price: $300
  • Original price: $350

Granted, the discount isn't huge, but if you're seeking a budget-friendly TV large enough for comfortable viewing in your living room, the Insignia Class F30 Series TV is a great option. This TV has 50 inches of display real estate, backed by LEDs for 4K Full HD viewing.

  • Current price: $6500
  • Original price: $10000

The Terrace from Samsung is an outdoor TV that is designed to handle the elements, extreme temperatures, and even insects. With over 1,500 nits of brightness, you'll be able to enjoy sports broadcasts, movies, and shows even in full-sun. And with integrated Wi-Fi, you can download all of your favorite streaming apps to turn your outdoor space into the ultimate entertaining area.

  • Current price: $2500
  • Original price: $3500

Like OLED models, 8K TVs are on the expensive side. But you can save $1,000 on the LG QNED MiniLED when you buy directly from LG. You'll get cutting-edge, native 8K resolution as well as upscaling for older content. And it supports both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for a more immersive experience.

  • Current price: $130
  • Original price: $200

Another affordable option is Amazon's Fire TV. Sporting a 32-inch display and all of the smart functions you expect in a modern TV -- including access to streaming services and viewing in HD 720p resolution -- this Fire TV also offers Alexa skills and synchronization across other Fire TV devices. 

More TV deals

Here are some other TV deals happening right now:

TV accessories deals

How did we choose these TV deals?

When we selected our favorite TV deals, we took into consideration a number of factors including:

  • Price: We chose TVs on sale with robust discounts since larger screen sizes and OLED models can get fairly expensive -- even with sales. However, we've also included budget-friendly models that have a comparatively decent discount based on percentages, even though the amount saved might be low.
  • Screen sizes: We also chose a variety of screen sizes from brands like Samsung, Sony, TCL, and LG to suit different spaces and budgets.
  • Display technologies: We ensured that all manner of display technologies were represented in our list, from affordable LED devices to high-spec QLED and OLED models. 
  • Inside and outside use: While the majority of the deal options we have listed are for inside use, we have also included some models that are suitable for the outdoors -- perfect for gatherings and sports events. 

What is better for my space -- QLED or OLED models?

It depends on your space. In a nutshell, QLED models are designed for a brighter viewing area. OLEDs on the other hand offer a more cinematic experience for nighttime viewing or darkened spaces. ZDNET expert Michael Gariffo goes into much more detail here.

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