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Amazon Prime Day 2019 is here. And that means deals and deals — and more deals — not only from Amazon, which created the “summertime Black Friday” out of the blue in 2015, but also countless copycat sales.
What are the best deals on Amazon Prime Day this year? As you might expect, shoppers can find super low prices on Instant Pots, plus a wide range of tech deals — on iPads, smartphones, laptops, and more. There are also plenty of TV deals (including deals on smart TVs and Amazon-friendly Fire TVs.) We’ve rounded up the best of the bunch below, from Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy.
Are the Prime Day TV deals better than Black Friday? In many cases, yes, we’re seeing TV prices that are lower than Black Friday 2018. But smart shoppers should take the “original” or “list” prices with a grain of salt — because TVs are often deeply discounted, and it’s sometimes hard to tell what the “real” price is normally. (Here are our top tips for shopping on Prime Day and getting the best deals.)
To scoop up any of the Prime Day TV deals from Amazon on Monday or Tuesday, you’ll have to be a member of Amazon Prime. If you’re somehow unfamiliar with the service, Amazon Prime is the subscription that includes two-day (or faster) free shipping on most Amazon purchases, along with perks like unlimited free streaming of Amazon Prime Video. Amazon Prime generally costs $12.99 per month or $119 per year, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime here.
For TV deals at Walmart, Target, and other stores, no membership is required (no fees!), and all offers generally come with free shipping.
Best TV Deals at Amazon
Sony 70-Inch Ultra HD Smart TV: $799.99 (down from $1,598)
Toshiba 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Fire Edition: $189.99 (down from $329.99)
Toshiba 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Fire Edition: $279.99 (down from $379.99)
Best TV Deals at Walmart
TCL 32-Inch Roku Smart TV: $99.99 (down from $169.99)
Sceptre 50-Inch FHD LED TV: $179.99 (down from $349.99)
Vizio 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV: $449.99 (down from $698)
Samsung 55-Inch 4K Smart TV HDR: $397.99 (down from $527.99)
RCA 55-Inch 4K HDR Roku Smart TV: $299.99 (down from $799.99)
RCA 32-Inch HD Roku Smart LED TV: $119.99 (down from $249.99)
Best TV Deals at Best Buy
LG 55-Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR: $529.99 (down from $849.99)
Sharp 58-Inch Smart 4K UHD Roku TV With HDR: $349.99 (down from $549.99)
Best TV Deals at Target
Vizio 70-Inch 4K HDR Smart TV: $799.99 With Free $50 Target Gift Card
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