Amazon Prime Day 2021: Greatest TV Offers

The Amazon Prime Day sale is one of the best times of the year to buy a new TV and there are already some great deals to be had. Whether you’re looking for a huge, living room centerpiece or a smaller set for a kitchen or bedroom (Psst: early deals on all of that right here), there’s something for you. To find the best discounts, we’ve dug through heaps of sales to find the best early Prime Day TV deals available right now.

Want to buy one of the best OLED TVs ever made? LG’s 65-inch flagship 2020 model is available with a heavy $400 discount. If you don’t have quite as much to spend, this 55-inch Samsung QLED is fantastic at $1,600 (a $200 discount), making it a great buy if you don’t need the infinite contrast ratio of OLED or don’t want to risk burn-in.

If you need something bigger, smaller, cheaper, or truly high-end, there’s something for you below. Here are all the early discounts you can take advantage of right now.

The Best Prime Day TV Deals

Pay $400 less for (almost) the best TV around

The LG GX series of TVs are some of the best looking TVs ever made. Their OLED panels are gorgeously colorful and the infinite contrast ratio makes blacks as inky as can be. It’s surprisingly bright for an OLED too, making it great to look at in well lit rooms, as well as darkened cinema rooms.

Its low input lag and ultra fast response time make it one of the best TVs for playing games, and the 120Hz refresh rate with full support for variable refresh rate makes whatever you play look buttery smooth. That also improves clarity if you’re watching high-speed sports, making sure you never miss a moment of the action.

It’s not quite cutting edge, with the 2021 LG G1 being a slightly brighter TV, but you won’t find it for anything close to this price. The LG GX is still an amazing TV at a now even better price.

$500 Off This Huge Sony

It wasn’t long ago that you’d have to spend tens of thousands of dollars to get a TV this big, but now thanks to advances in LED technology and this early Amazon Prime Day sale, you can get a fantastic Sony X91J 85-inch TV for less than $3,000. This is one of the biggest TV discounts this Prime Day, cutting over $500 from its usual asking price.

This TV isn’t just big, it’s beautiful too. With a fantastic contrast ratio, it offers inky blacks and bright whites, and its nuanced full-array local dimming means you can take full advantage of HDR supporting games and movies. It also enjoys low input lag and a 120Hz refresh rate, making it a great TV for playing games on a new-generation console.

Save $500 on Sony’s Near-Flagship OLED

Sony’s OLEDs have been frontrunners when it comes to the best TVs for years, offering some of the most gorgeously deep blacks and glaring whites possible, all while delivering accurate and vibrant colors in a crisp and responsive image. That’s no different with the A80J, which isn’t quite as good as Sony’s flagship TVs, but it gets very, very close, and with $500 off its usual asking price, this model is an absolute steal.

OLED gives you a near instantaneous response time and super low input lag, so this TV is near-perfect for gaming, especially since it comes packing a pair of HDMI 2.1 ports. Its infinite contrast ratio and gorgeous colors make it one of the best TVs ever for watching movies and immersive TV shows too.

$200 Off Samsung’s Quantum QLED

The two big flaws with OLED are lower brightness and a risk of burn-in. Samsung’s mini-LED technology doesn’t have either of those issues and has almost all of OLED’s strengths, making it extra exciting that you can shave over $200 off of the flagship QN90A model this Prime Day sale.

Mini LEDs offer a much greater array of local dimming zones, so can better emulate the pixel-perfect dimming of OLED technology. They’re also super bright, making this a great TV for watching movies, TV shows or sports in a bright lit room. With low input lag, a great response time and support for variable refresh rates, this is a solid living room gaming TV too.

LG Cuts $200 Off the Price of its 2021 C1 OLED

Another fantastic OLED TV from LG, this 2021 model comes with all of the infinite contrast ratio, super-low input lag, and gorgeous coloring we’ve come to expect from LG OLED TVs. It enjoys variable refresh rate support, improved input lag over the last generation model (which was already impressively low) and its upscaling for lower-resolution content is excellent. $200 might not be the biggest discount in the world, but for a brand new 2021 TV, it’s nothing to sniff at.

Grab a 55-inch 4K TV For Under $400

This is a decent big-screen TV that has full support for 4K resolution, has a fast response time and low input lag. With its relatively poor viewing angles, it’s best suited for a single viewer, so could be a great option for bedroom gaming—especially since its brightness makes it best viewed in darkened rooms.

It is, however, exceedingly affordable. An already low-cost TV, this Toshiba set is 25% off this Prime Day sale, cutting it down to just $360. For a 55-inch 4K TV, that’s a hard deal to beat.

$1,000 Off A Samsung Monster

Samsung’s 2021 Mini-LEDs are an exciting development in TV technology, delivering vastly improved local dimming for much more nuanced HDR than traditional LCD panels can deliver. It’s not quite OLED, but it’s getting close. The Samsung QN85 QLED is a huge TV that really benefits from this improved local dimming, and though it doesn’t have the inky blacks of OLED, it’s still excellent for immersive movies and TV.

It also gets plenty bright to make HDR content pop, and its low input lag and support for variable refresh rates make it a solid gaming TV too. With $1,000 off its usual price, this is a much more affordable 85-inch TV than it has any right to be.

A Great 720P TV For Anywhere

It’s not going to blow away the living room monsters, but this 720p, 32-inch Insignia TV is good enough to put just about anywhere. It has built-in smart streaming services as part of the Fire TV platform, can be controlled with the remote or join your local Alexa network of smart devices over Wi-Fi or Ethernet, and now it’s more affordable than ever.

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