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Best HDTV Deals: Best Deal Ever for a Samsung 55" 4K TV


Big screen smart TVs can be a pricey high-end viewing experience, but this week's roundup of the best TV deals includes not one, but two such sets bundled with Dell gift cards, all for under $1,000.

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Samsung 55 4K LED Smart UHD TVSamsung 55" 4K LED Smart UHD TV bundled with a $300 Dell eGift Card
Store: Dell Home
Price: $997.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $300
Expires: September 8

Is It Worth It?: At face value, this TV is already one of the cheapest 55" Samsung 4K TVs we've seen in recent months. Factor in the huge $300 eGift card, and it becomes the best Samsung 55" 4K TV deal we've ever seen. It features 4K resolution, LED backlight, WiFi, Smart TV apps (including Hulu Plus, Netflix, YouTube, and more), USB, and three HDMI inputs.

Polaroid 55 4kPolaroid 55" 2160p 4K LED LCD UHD TV
Store: Walmart
Price: $449.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $100

Is It Worth It?: If name brands don't matter to you, then you're about to save a whole lot on a 4K TV. Less than half the price of the Samsung above (and with no gift card to deal with), this unit should assuage your worries that 4K might not take off as the next big format, since it's selling for bargain-basement prices. The downside, of course, is that it's made by Polaroid. Look, we loved their cameras, why not their TVs? It features a 3840x2160 native resolution, LED backlight, USB, and four HDMI inputs and is the lowest total price we've seen for this model, even.

VizioVizio 65" 1080p LED Smart TV with a $250 Dell eGift Card
Store: Dell Home
Price: $897.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $252
Expires: September 8

Is It Worth It?: Another Editors' Choice deal, this Vizio 65" Smart TV offers a high-end experience and size at an off brand price. (The gift card will display in your cart.) Including the gift card, that's $250 under our mention from three weeks ago. It features a 1920x1080 (1080p) native resolution, WiFi, Vizio Internet Apps Plus (including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and Pandora), USB, and four HDMI inputs.

Note: The eGift card will be emailed 10 to 20 days from ship date.

LGLG 55" 1080p 120Hz LED LCD HDTV
Store: hhgregg
Price: $438 via coupon code "LABORDAY" with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $60

Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice deal was a tip from one of our readers! It features a 1920x1080 (1080p) native resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, LED backlight, USB, and two HDMI ports. Pad your order to $499 or more and apply coupon code "LABORDAY" to drop the price to $438. Opt for in-store pickup to avoid the $79.99 shipping charge. Padding aside, that's $60 under our mention from earlier today and the lowest total price we've seen by $60.

Sceptre X405BV-FHDRSceptre 40" 1080p LCD HDTV
Store: Walmart
Price: $239.99 with free shipping EXPIRED
Lowest By: $50

Is It Worth It?: This is the second week in a row this exact unit has made it onto this list. Why? Because it's still among the cheapest 40" TVs we've ever seen and a solid buy at the price. Honestly, at $240, that's almost at "I dunno if I need a TV in the bathroom, but at these prices, why not?!" levels. It offers 1080p resolution and three HDMI ports to get the job done. (The job of watching TV in the bathroom.)

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Jeff Somogyi is the DealNews Marketing Communications Manager. Since working here he's written deals, features, promotional and newsletter copy, blog posts, as well as scripts for our videos. Follow him on Google+, Twitter at @sommerjam or his blog.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Unless marked as a "Sponsored Deal," the opinions expressed here are those of the author and have not been reviewed or endorsed by the companies mentioned. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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"loved their cameras,why not their TVs." BECAUSE IT IS NOT THE SAME POLAROID company. It is just the name sold to whatever company wants to pay to borrow it.