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After-Christmas TV sales 2022: the best deals happening right now

The holidays have come and gone, and that means after-Christmas TV sales have arrived with record-low prices on a range of 4K, OLED, and QLED displays from retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, Samsung, and more. To help you find all of today's top offers, we've rounded up the very best after-Christmas TV sales happening right now.

The after-Christmas sales event is your last opportunity of the year to score a killer bargain on some of this year's best-selling TVs. Retailers are offering their best discounts yet on older model TVs to make room for new stock. Some of the top offers we've spotted today include our best-rated TV of the year, LG's 65-inch C2 OLED TV on sale for a record-low price of $1,699.99 (was $2,099.99), this 60-inch 4K smart TV from Samsung down to just $379.99 (was $549.99) and you can pick up this Insignia 24-inch Fire TV for only $79.99 (was $89.99) at Amazon.

Below you'll find the best after-Christmas TV sales, followed by the stand-out deals, which include a range of sizes, features, and prices. We'll be updating this page with all the latest offers leading up to New Year's Eve, so make sure to bookmark this guide for all the hottest TV deals.

After-Christmas TV sales

LG 75-inch Class 4K UHD Smart webOS TV: was $799.99 now $599.99 at Best Buy
Our favorite big-screen TV deal from Best Buy's after-Christmas TV sale is this LG 4K display on sale for just $599.99 at Best Buy. You're getting webOS 6.0 for seamless streaming from your favorite apps and compatibility with Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free control.View Deal

Hisense 70-inch A6G Series 4K UHD Smart TV: was $509.99 now $449.99 at Best Buy
This 70-inch 4K smart TV from Hisense is on sale for just $449.99 at Best Buy - an incredible price for a big-screen 4K TV. The 70-inch set includes smart capabilities, Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10, Chromecast built-in, and a handy voice remote.View Deal

LG 70-inch UP7070 Series 4K UHD Smart TV: was $649.99 now $549.99 at Best Buy
Best Buy's after-Christmas TV sale has this 70-inch 4K smart TV from LG on sale for $549.99 - the lowest price we've seen and a fantastic value for a big-screen 4K TV. The 70-inch packs LG's quad-core processor 4K for a premium picture experience and smart capabilities with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assitant for hands-free control.View Deal

TCL 65-inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Roku TV: $799 $399.99 at Best Buy
Another cheap TV deal from Best Buy is the 2022 TCL 65-inch 4K TV on sale for just $399.99. TCL's 4 Series set supports 4K, HDR, and Dolby Digital+ audio – plus, you get a voice remote and built-in Roku to access all top streaming apps such as Netflix, Disney+, and Prime Video.View Deal

LG C2 65-Inch 4K Smart TV (2022): was $2,099.99 now $1,699.99 at Best Buy
Another fantastic TV deal from Best Buy's after-Christmas TV sale is LG's brilliant C2 OLED TV on sale for $1,699.99 - the lowest price we've ever seen. Rated as our best TV of 2022, the LG C2 packs a stunning OLED display, an a9 Gen5 AI Processor, Dolby Atmos, and voice control. If you want the latest and greatest TV, then this deal is for you. View Deal

Samsung 60-inch 4K Smart Tizen TV (2022): was $549.99 now $379.99 at Best Buy
A best-seller during Black Friday, Best Buy has this Samsung 60-inch 4K smart TV on sale for just $379.99. This 4K UHD TV from Samsung packs a solid 'Crystal' UHD 4K processor, an easy-to-use Tizen operating system, and full HDR support.View Deal

Amazon Fire TV 50-inch 4-Series 4K UHD smart TV: was $469.99 now $289.99 at Amazon
If you're looking for a cheap TV deal with the Fire TV operating system, you can get the Amazon 4-Series Fire TV on sale for just $289.99. The 50-inch display packs 4K Ultra HD resolution, HDR 10, the Fire OS for seamless streaming, and a handy Alexa voice remote - all for under $300, which is an incredible value. View Deal

LG A2 48-inch OLED 4K TV: was $1,299.99 now $569.99 at Best Buy
Best Buy's after-Christmas TV sale has the LG 48-inch A2 OLED TV on sale for $569.99. That's a massive $730 discount and the lowest price we've ever seen. The LG Alpha α7 Gen5 processor delivers sharp images and great upscaling from HDR, and Dolby Vision HDR support makes the most of movies and TV. LG's smart TV software is also excellent, and there's a great range of streaming services included.View Deal

VIZIO 43-inch V-Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV: was $336 now $268 at Walmart
A great option if you're looking for a smaller budget set in today's after-Christmas TV sales, Walmart has this 43-inch 4K smart TV from Vizio on sale for just $268. A fantastic value, you're getting 4K UHD resolution, Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10, and smart capabilities with a voice-enabled remote.View Deal

Insignia 24-inch F20 Series HD Smart Fire TV (2022): was $89.99 now $79.99 at Amazon
This 24-inch Insignia set is on sale for a record-low price of just $79.99, and it's the cheapest TV deal we've spotted so far. While the Insignia F20-Series display lacks 4K capabilities, the HD TV does include smart features with the Fire operating system and hands-free control with Amazon Alexa.View Deal

See more cheap offers with our TV deals roundup and premium displays with today's best OLED TV sales.



Source: TechRadar

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