Cyber Monday: 3 Great Television Deals to Know About

In the market for a new TV? Cyber Monday is the day to buy one. Here are three to consider.

by Fatherly
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There’s a glut great deals on this Cyber Monday, but some of the best happen to be on televisions. A host of high-tech sets from many of the best brands are on sale, from top-of-the-line ultra HD sets that have all the bells and whistles to middle-of the road flat screens with a few perks that provide an excellent viewing experience. Here are three of our favorites.

Samsung QN65Q9F Flat 65” QLED 4K UHD 9 Series Smart TV 2018

First things first: This 65-incher has the picture quality you want in a high-end flat screen: beautiful colors, sharpness, contrast, and deep blacks. But it’s also packed with excellent features including Samsung’s Q Smart suite, which provides voice controls, a universal guide, and a remote that’s actually intuitive, and the brand’s One Connect Box a cable box-esque system into which the wires plug and communicates, allowing you to mount the TV flush on the wall. Normally $3,800, it’s on sale today for $2,997 — a savings of 27 percent.

Buy Now $2997

LG Electronics 55UK7700PUD 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV

This 55 incher is 35 percent off today, which equals a discount of $353. That means you can grab this ultra HD TV, which offers a dynamic picture, smart functions courtesy of LG’s AI-enhanced ThinQ interface, excellent built-in speakers, and all the ports you need (including 4 HDMI inputs), for $647. That’s a killer deal.

Buy Now $647

Toshiba 50LF621U19 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV HDR – Fire TV Edition

Looking for a more affordable set, or maybe something for a spare bedroom? Check out this model from Toshiba, which today costs only $300 — a savings of 25 percent. The 50-inch set offers a crisp 4K picture and has Amazon’s Fire service built in, which allows you to stream content and watch live TV without adding any other items. A voice controlled, Alexa-enabled remote sweetens the deal.

Buy Now $300

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