Amazon Prime Day 2021 has entered its second and final day, offering one of the best opportunities outside of Black Friday to pick up a new TV or less. From budget options to higher-end models from LG, Samsung, and Sony, there are some excellent Prime Day TV deals available now, both at Amazon and competing stores like Best Buy, the latter of which is running flash sales until the end of the day.
For Prime Day 2021, Amazon is discounting a wide range of Fire TVs from Toshiba and Insignia, starting at just $100 for a 24-inch HD smart TV up to a 65-inch smart 4K TV for $450. These are great options for streaming-focused households or for sticking in a bedroom, gym, or anywhere else you need an extra screen. Prime Day Fire TV deals also include markdowns on a Fire TV 4K Essentials bundle ($56) and the Fire TV gaming bundle ($74), which includes the Luna Controller.
4K TVs from brands like LG and Sony are discounted as well, from the Sony X900H 85-inch 4K Smart TV for $1,800 to the LG 65-inch CX OLED 4K TV, our top pick for gaming, for $1,850. Check out the best Prime Day TV deals available now below--we'll continue updating this story as more great discounts appear online. And if you're looking to upgrade your home theater room further, check out the best Prime Day soundbar deals.
The LG NanoCell 80 Series is a great pick for Xbox Series X and PS5 owners. It has two HDMI 2.1 ports and a pair of standard HDMI ports. The 75-inch model is on sale for $300 off, dropping the price to only $1,000. This is a stellar price for such a large display that also happens to optimize PS5 and Xbox Series X game performance. With the webOS hub, you can use either Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa right out of the box. It boasts a 60Hz refresh rate and TruMotion 120 tech to keep the action move.
Vizio's 55-inch OLED 4K TV is built with gaming in mind. It has HDMI 2.1 inputs and a dedicated gaming engine that supports 120Hz refresh rates. If you're willing to sacrifice some screen real estate, the OLED display offers a nice picture boost and increased clarity.
If you're just looking for a no-fuss 4K set and love the Amazon Fire TV interface, then the two combine in Insignia's 65-inch TV that includes Amazon's streaming box inside. That means no fussing with new apps or an unfamiliar OS, just the same streaming collection and navigation that you might already be used to. Even if having Fire TV doesn't matter to you, you'll still benefit from the crispness of the 4K panel and the large screen size. This could be a main TV in your home, and it costs less than 500 bucks right now.
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Insignia is one of the brands Amazon is heavily pushing during Prime Day with cheap HD and 4K TV deals.
Insignia Best Buy deals:
Best Buy is also running some deals on Insignia sets that cover most of the range, so if you can't find a deal on Amazon be sure to check these out too.
A 2021 Toshiba 55-inch 4K TV is discounted among Prime Day's TV deals--the C350 Series TV features Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10, DTS Virtual:X surround sound, and, of course, has Fire TV built-in so you can surf multiple streaming services with one device that does it all.
More Toshiba Prime Day deals:
Like Insignia, Amazon is pushing Toshiba TV deals hard during Prime Day. They all come with Fire TV and offer an affordable range of 720p to 4K displays.
Toshiba Best Buy deals:
Best Buy has also slashed the prices on its Toshiba TV range, meaning you have more options if stock becomes a concern.
LG has carved out a space in the market exclusively for its OLED TVs, and for good reason. The CX might be 2020's consumer model, but it's still one of the best 4K TVs you can buy today for any content, and especially if you're looking for a premium experience for movies and games. With its support for Dolby Vision, incredible contrast and color reproduction, and inclusion of four HDMI 2.1 ports, it's a good investment for the future, too.
Best Buy LG OLED deals:
Best Buy also has some deals on LG OLED sets, and they're not restricted to the older CX models either.
Walmart LG OLED deals:
Walmart has the entire LG C1 OLED range discounted today, too, if you're looking for the most recent release from the company.
If you're looking for a large TV for playing PS5 or Xbox Series X, Samsung's 2021 Q80A Series will get the job done thanks to its support for 4K and 120Hz, with one of its four HDMI ports being an HDMI 2.1 input. It also features a stunning picture with Quantum HDR 12X, object tracking sound, an Ultrawide Game View that expands your aspect ratio from 21:9 to 32:9, and a Game Bar, or on-screen menu that lets you quickly check settings like input lag, frames per second, HDR, wireless headset settings, and more. Right now, the 85-inch is on sale for $3,000.
While the CX is balanced for price and performance, LG does offer a tier higher with its GX line, which is at its lowest price at Amazon right now. This deal on the 77-inch is vastly more expensive, but you get the same features--incredible HDR support, HDMI 2.1, and more--with a much bigger display that also comes with a handy wall mount. That allows you to place it flush with a wall, making it look like a piece of art when it displays one of its many dynamic wallpapers. If aesthetics are as important as image quality, then it doesn't get much better than this.
Another great pick from Sony is the X80J, which launched earlier this year. You lose out on HDMI 2.1 support at this price, but you still get a suitably large 65-inch display with HDR support (including Dolby Vision) and low-latency game modes for all your consoles. The TV is equipped with Google TV, the latest streaming suite from the company that has started replacing Android TV. Its ADS panel is like a typical IPS one, which means you can depend on great color reproduction and even better viewing angles.
Sony X80J Best Buy deals
Best Buy also has two X80J models on sale if you're looking for the same set in slightly smaller sizes.
Walmart's Prime Day-adjacent sale is live now, and one of its spotlight deals is on this 40-inch Hisense smart TV with the user-friendly Roku interface built-in. With a 1080p LED display, this Hisense TV is a streaming-focused option with access to all the top streaming services, but it also has a low-latency Game Mode that reduces input lag.
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