By Kirk Miller / January 25, 2019

The 5 Best TV and Soundbar Deals Going on Right Now

Black Friday prices just in time for the Super Bowl


Super Bowl!

This is always the time of year when TV manufacturers and sites like Amazon and Best Buy offer up flat-screens and soundbars with Black Friday-level prices, under the assumption that we’re all gonna host a big Super Bowl party and we just totally forgot to upgrade our audio/visual assets until now.

Perhaps they’re right. In any case, now IS a really good time to elevate your home theater setup. Below, five really great deals on 4K TVs and soundbars, perfect for football or the Oscars or any non-event Netflix binges:


For best picture: Vizio P-Series Quantum 65” 4K HDR
Vizio’s brightest and most powerful unit, with 192 local dimming zones for the purest blacks

BUY IT HERE: $2099 $1499


For the cheap win: TCL 49S325
While it was slightly cheaper a few days back, grabbing a well-reviewed smart TV (that’s a 2019 model!) for just $250 with Prime shipping is amazing. That’s still $50 less than usual.

BUY IT HERE: $300 $250


For people who aren’t scared by refurbished: Samsung Class 4K
At $340, this refurbed 55” screen at Walmart is over half off ($400 cheaper) than a new unit and $250 less than a used unit at any third-party vendor we found.

BUY IT HERE: $749 $340


For a complete game plan: LG 49SK8000
Amazon’s actually hosting a bunch of TV sales (and soundbars, too), but getting an excellent, 2018 LG 49-inch at 34% off might be your winner … and you can save even more if you pair that with a sound bar. For an extra $80, they’ll also do the wall mounting.  

BUY IT HERE: $900 $597 (TV only)


For easy audio setup: Sonos
Your flat screen needs a soundbar. We set up our Beam (and accompanying Play One speakers) in about two minutes. Good news: Sonos is hosting a bunch of deals (in the $50-$200 range), both on separate audio components and audio bundles.

BUY IT HERE: $349+

Photos: (Top to bottom) Vizio (2); Amazon; Walmart; Amazon; Sonos

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