This is the lowest price we've seen for this TV. Originally, this Samsung 65-inch TV had an unappealing price tag of nearly $650! Now, you can save big when you get this TV for less than $550! Win!
If you don't mind a lesser-known brand, consider getting the $400 65-inch TCL TV deal at Best Buy!
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TCL 65-inch 4K SmartTV:
was $500, now $400 @ Best Buy
Save on the TCL 65-inch Class 4-Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV! If you like Google Assistant on your phone, you'll love having the extra ears on your TV, thanks to curated watchlists and personalized recommendations. Chromecast is built right in, too, making it easy to stream media from your Android phone or tablet. This deal even comes with three free months of Apple TV+ (for new subscribers), and a free 30-day trial of FubuTV.
What makes this 65-inch TV stand out of the rest? Well, for one, it's only $547 on Amazon.
Its picture is incredible, boasting 4K UHD upscaling. This means you'll get 4 times the resolution of the typical full HD TV. Thanks to its dynamic crystal color feature, you can observe millions of shades of color, delivering lots of range and accuracy to your screen. This TV also offers HDR (high dynamic range) and a motion xcelerator feature. The latter, according to the Amazon listing, minimizes blur and enhances motion clarity. So whether you're watching sports or playing fast-moving games, this display will keep up with the action just fine!
And let's not forget that this TV is a 65-inch TV, so this is a big one! Plus, it has a sleek and slim design, allowing your TV to blend effortlessly into your living room (or wherever you'd like to place it). In terms of I/O, this TV comes with 3 HDMI ports.
Get this deal before it expires!
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