Included in this week's best TV deals is an Editors' Choice sale that takes $250 off Vizio's second-generation 2015 4K UDHTV. If your budget only allows for a smaller set, we've also found $100 off Sony's new 2015 40" 1080p HDTV.
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Store: Micro Center
Price: $899.99 with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $199
Is It Worth It?: The LG 55" Ultra 4K 2160p LED-Backlit LCD Smart Ultra HD Television made its debut toward the latter end of 2014. That means it's loaded with all the tech you'd want in a 4K TV, such as an HEVC decoder which enables it to stream 4K content from sources like Netflix. The edge-lit LED TV also features local dimming, 3840x2160 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, built-in WiFi with Smart TV support, and three HDMI ports. This Editors' Choice TV is currently at its lowest price ever. Moreover, it's currently $200 under both Best Buy's and Amazon's current price for this TV.
Samsung 65" 1080p LCD HDTV bundled with a $500 Dell eGift Card
Store: Dell Home
Lowest By: $199
Is It Worth It?: Not many people can say their TV packs a quad-core processor, yet that's exactly what you'll find inside the Samsung 65" 1080p 120Hz WiFi LED-Backlit LCD Smart HD Television. The CPU was designed to reduce lag and facilitate smooth browsing within the TV's interface. Along with the added horsepower, the Editors' Choice HDTV also features built-in WiFi with Smart TV capabilities, a 120Hz refresh rate, and four HDMI ports. It also comes bundled with a very generous $500 Dell eGift card, which you can use toward the purchase of any item at the Dell Home store.
Vizio 60" 4K LCD UHDTV bundled with a $300 Dell eGift Card
Store: Dell Home
Price: $1,499.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $249
Is It Worth It?: The Editors' Choice Vizio 60" 4K 2160p 240Hz WiFi LED-Backlit LCD Smart Ultra HD Television is Vizio's second-generation 4K line of HDTVs. The 2015 HDTV features a full array LED display with 32 active zones. The local dimming zones ensure better picture with deeper blacks and higher contrast ratios. In terms of price, it's currently $300 under Vizio's direct price, and assuming you use the gift card, a current low by $249. Other features include a 3840x2160 native resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, 802.11ac wireless, Smart TV (with access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, and other Vizio Internet apps), and five HDMI inputs.
RCA 52" 1080p LCD HDTV
Price: $399.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $180
Is It Worth It?: The RCA 52" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television is a no-frills big-screen TV with a modest price tag. Currently $180 off list, it's the cheapest price we've seen all year for this TV. In terms of features, the Editors' Choice TV offers 1080p resolution and two HDMI inputs.
Sony 40" 1080p LCD HDTV
Lowest By: $100
Is It Worth It?: The Sony 40" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD Smart HD Television is currently $100 cheaper than both Amazon's and Sony's price for this TV. This 2015 HDTV offers 1080p resolution, built-in WiFi, and two HDMI inputs.