Best Walmart TV deals: 43-inch 4K TV for $228 and more

If you haven’t upgraded your TV in quite a while, then you may want to consider doing so now. Not only have TVs become a lot cheaper, but they’re also absolutely packed with features that include incredible image fidelity and high resolutions. Luckily, you can get TVs for even cheaper with these Walmart TV deals, with some TVs having very significant discounts across the board, whether you want LED, QLED, OLED, 4k or 8k TVs. As such, we’ve gone out and collected some of our favorite TVs in the sale, although it’s well worth checking out the complete sale by clicking on the button below.

Hisense 43-inch Roku 4K TV — $228, was $289

A 43-inch Hisense 4K Roku TV.
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One of the best TV brands for value, Hisense is worth checking out, particularly with its Hisense 43-inch Roku 4K TV. A great size for the price, you get all the benefits of a 4K resolution along with HDR and Motion Rate support. The latter means you won’t have to worry about motion blur while you play a game or watch fast-moving action or sports. Plus, get access to the best of Roku, including the free Roku channel while using this TV. Also, the TV works with Google Assistant and Alexa so it’s easy to use and control your TV and other smart home devices.

Vizio 65-inch V-Series 4K TV — $348, was $528

Vizio 55-inch 4K TV displaying its home screen while placed on a TV stand.
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V-Series TVs from Vizio are quality LED TVs. It doesn’t have any next-gen technology like QLED or local dimming. The technology it does use has been perfected though. It uses full array backlighting, so everything on the screen will be lit uniformly — no dim sections. It has a powerful AI processor that helps upscale FHD content into 4K. The processor can also tune the contrast of individual pixels to give you the clearest image it can. It can also work with Dolby Vision content and HDR10+.

LG 65-inch 4K UHD WebOS TV — $428, was $476

The LG 65-Inch UQ75 Series 4K webOS TV displaying the OS interface.
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This 65-inch LG is another great option if you’re looking for something that isn’t going to cost you an arm and a leg. While it doesn’t have the higher refresh rate you might find on high-end TVs, it does have a game dashboard and game engine that’s perfect for gaming on consoles or a mid-range gaming PC. It’s also integrated into all the main digital assistants like Google Assistant and Alexa, plus it’s compatible with Appl AirPlay and Apple HomeKit, so you can control your whole directly from the TV.

LG 70-inch 4K TV — $558, was $648

The LG 65-inch UQ70 Series LED 4K smart TV against a white background.
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For a large TV at a steep discount, consider this 70-inch TV deal from LG. It includes premium features to enhance your viewing experience. For example, there’s a “Sport Alert” feature that will give you live updates on the scores of ongoing games that you follow so you can choose the best game to watch at any given moment. Gamers, on the other hand, will enjoy the built-in LG game optimizer and dashboard, which includes Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). The LG 70-inch 4K TV is powered by AI from the a5 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K.

Hisense 75-inch U8 Series — $1,198, was $1,600

Hisense U8H vs TCL 6-Series R655 Google TV
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While Hisense has a lot of great budget offerings, you shouldn’t discount its high-end TVs either, especially with these sorts of discounts. Besides running 4k resolution with a massive 1,500-nit peak brightness, it has a native resolution of 144Hz, one of the highest in the market. That also makes it great for gamers who value refresh rate over graphics and who play games competitively, which is excellent, plus the higher refresh rate absolutely helps with watching action films or sports. It also comes with Dolby Vision HDR and a few other great features that are worth checking out.

LG 65-inch C2 series OLED Web OS Smart TV — $1,399, was $2,457

The LG C2 Series OLED evo 4K TV against a white background.
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OLED TVs don’t have to cost you an arm and a LEG, and this LG C2 OLED TV is the perfect example of that. It, of course, comes with LG’s excellent OLED panel that’s absolutely gorgeous to look at, with better contrast and deeper blacks than you’ll see on any other type of panel. There’s also an internal processor to help adjust the quality of the images and videos that you’re watching on the fly, so you can watch all your content at the quality it’s meant to be seen at, which is a neat addition. As for gamers, this comes with both NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium to avoid things like tearing or ghosting, so it’s a very versatile TV.

Samsung 65-inch S90C OLED TV — $1,598, was 3,299

The Samsung S90C on a gray background.
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Another excellent OLED TV, the Samsung S90C comes with a few tricks up its sleeve, the most interesting of which is the HDR OLED that has improved contrast and image fidelity. Not only that, but it has a 4K upscaler so you can watch your older content on it, and the Samsung Gaming Hub is perfect for those who don’t have consoles or PCs but still want to game. We also appreciate the fact that it comes with Dolby Atmos and the screen is Pantone Validated, so you know the colors you’re getting on your screen are perfect.

Samsung 75-inch The Frame — $1,899, was $2,999

The Samsung 65-inch The Frame QLED TV placed on a wall in an attractive living room.
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The Samsung Frame is a truly unique TV. When you’re not using it, you can display slideshows so crystal clear they look like framed pieces of art. The TV does this by having a very high quality QLED display, a matte setting and a mode that reduces glare on the screen. It’s very thin so it’s easily mountable on a wall, and you can customize the bezels to match the other framed artwork in your home.

Samsung 85-inch Class QN90C Neo QLED 4K TV — $2,398, was $3,499

An erupting volcano against a sky a dusk on a Samsung QN90C.
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One of the best QLED TVs, Samsung’s QN90C Neo QLED has top-of-the-line HDR, gorgeous colors, and fantastic features. Our Samsung QN90C review also raved about the TVs improved paneling and overall screen upgrade from the prior version (which suffered at the hands of the anti-glare tech used at the time). Notably, the major “con” in the review was the price, which is considerably lowered now with this deal. The other con, if you’re curious, was a somewhat subjective negative opinion of Samsung’s Tizen OS. This TV excels at what you want TVs to excel at.

Samsung 85-inch QN800C Neo QLED 8K Smart TV — 3,799, was $5,999

2023 Samsung QN800C Neo QLED 8K TV.
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While you aren’t very likely to be able to fully take advantage of this TV for a few years, if you really want something that can run 8k resolutions, then this is it. It certainly makes sense, especially since larger TVs tend to have lower pixel density when using 4k. Luckily, this does have an internal upscaler that will bump stuff up to 8k, which is excellent, and it has all the fun features you’d expect from an incredibly high-end Samsung TV, such as Quantum HDR, Quantum Matrix Pro, and a few other things. There are also some depth enhancement features, and it even has Samsung’s Gaming Hub if you want to go that route when it comes to gaming.

Other Walmart TV deals we love

Walmart is a land of deal. Check out these others before you tap the ‘buy’ button in your cart:

  • Hisense 40-inch Class 1080p FHD LED LCD Roku Smart TV —

  • LG 70-inch Class 4K UHD 2160P webOS Smart TV —

  • Samsung 65-inch Class Q80C —

  • Samsung 65-inch Class S95C OLED —

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