- 10% Off of TVs with In-Store Pickup
Target is offering 10% off when buying a TV on the list and selecting in-store pickup.
You would need space in your vehicle large enough to bring the TV home, something to consider when buying a 42-inch or larger TV.
Use the Google Express app, available on Apple devices and on Android devices.
Google Express shops Walmart, Costco, Fry's, Target, and many other stores in one place.
Free shipping applies to $25 or $35 orders, depending on the store.
Add item(s) to your cart.
Tap the "Promo Code" section and enter code APPFEB20 to get 20% off (max $20 off).
Toshiba 55-inch 1080p TV for $300 today.
Even though most stores are replacing 1080p TVs with 4K, this is still a great value since most TV broadcasts do 1080p or lesser quality.
Does not have Chromecast built-in, but you can add it for $35.
Toshiba 50-inch 4K TV with Chromecast for $300.
Chromecast lets you send video from most apps to your TV.
For example, click the "cast" button when playing videos from the YouTube, CBS, or NetFlix app on your mobile device.
In our opinion, the 55-inch 1080p screen is a better value for the extra 5 inches in size.
Most viewers seated 10-feet from the TV will not see a difference between 1080p and 4K, especially when watching TV shows and streaming movies which are 1080p & less.
We believe HDR, or high dynamic range, is the biggest reason to get a 4K TV.
An HDR TV will show brighter colors and deeper blacks, producing an image that looks stunning.
The above Toshiba 4K TV does not have true HDR, but a fake HDR according to AVS Forum.
So, we believe there is little reason to sacrifice screen size for better pixel resolution when the real benefits, the HDR, will not even be present with the Toshiba 4K TV.
- TCL 49" 4K TV with HDR and Roku for $290
Electronic Express is selling a TCL 49-inch 4K TV (model 49S405) with HDR support and a built-in Roku with 4K streaming for $340, and coupon code SAVE15 applies $50 off.
Enter the coupon during checkout, on the payment screen.
You must sign up for a free Rakuten account to apply the coupon (guest checkout will not apply the discount).
Shipping is free.
This TV is the smaller version of the TCL 55S405 posted several times over the last couple months.
We own that model, an amazing value for the price.
Brights are brighter, and blacks are almost entirely black.
No gray tint when the TV is powered on, like most 1080p TVs have.
Even if you have no 4K (2160p) content, the HDR will produce a sharper image than a 1080p TV.
Here's an HDR explanation.
Built-in Roku with 4K support, lots of Roku apps available directly on the TV.
Also, the TV can be controlled entirely through the Roku app, including power on/off and TV settings.
Very thin design, with sleek edges.
Bad things about the TV:
The plastic edges feel flimsy.
Feels like the TV could break if bent during unboxing or moving.
So, keep the original box and packaging if you plan on moving sometime.
The HDR will not bad as good as $600+ TVs, but it's still quite impressive and is one of the only 55-inch TVs in the sub-$400 price range with HDR.
Roku built-in to the TV (full 4K and HDR support).
Run Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO, Vudu, and any Roku app directly on your TV.
With HDR, brights look brighter and darks look darker for a more realistic look.
This video demonstrates the upgrade from 1080p to 4K, with HDR being the real difference maker.
For more info on HDR, here's an article,and a video.
- Samsung 55" Curved 4K TV and $200 Gift for $700
Samsung (UN55MU6500F) 55-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR for $700, and includes a free $200 Dell Promo eGift Card.
This TV normally sells for about $700 by itself.