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Contrary to popular belief, Black Friday TV sales don’t always guarantee the best deal on current models — the key is waiting until retailers start clearing shelves for the new generation of 4K TVs, which typically rolls out between February and April. 

Getting the best possible deal is solid motivation on its own, but there are plenty of other incentives worth considering. Conveniently, Super Bowl promotions and President’s Day sales are a convenient way to offload 2022 TVs at record-low prices. On top of that, waiting until the end of a TV’s lifecycle is a simple, effective way to avoid wasting money on pricy new models with experimental features. 

With February right around the corner, we’ve already seen a steady uptick in last-minute 2022 TV deals — check out our favorite 4K TV deals you can get right now!

Note: Some retailers list a “regular price” that does not match the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). To provide an accurate assessment of each TV’s deal value, we include the MSRP alongside the current sale price and retailer-provided list price.

Shop the Samsung Super Sunday Sales Event

The Samsung Super Sunday Sales Event features major discounts on The Frame, the QN900B and more top-rated 2022 Samsung TVs. Now through February 12th, you can save up to $3,500 on last year’s latest and greatest Samsung 4K TVs.

75” Class QN900B Samsung Neo QLED 8K Smart TV (2022)
75” Class QN900B Samsung Neo QLED 8K Smart TV

If you’ve been waiting for a record-low price on The Frame, it’s hard to beat Samsung’s 23% discount on the 75” model. Smaller sizes aren’t included in the sale (who wants to watch the Super Bowl on a 32” TV?), but you can score the 65” version for 15% off (a $300 discount) or save 19% ($800 off) on Samsung’s 85” gallery piece. 

Shop the Super Sunday Sales Event for a solid discount on all three sizes of the QN900B, Samsung’s flagship 8K QLED TV. Throughout 2022, gamers, cinephiles and casual TV fans raved about the QN900B’s “limitless” Infinity Screen outfitted with Quantum Mini LEDs and a cutting-edge 144Hz refresh rate.


LG - 77" Class A2 Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV
LG 77″ Class A2 Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV

MSRP: $1,599.99

Throughout 2022, the Slickdeals community responded positively to LG B2 Series deals and offered valuable insight for those deciding between LG’s assortment of OLED TVs. When a similar deal appeared in September, DeProof wrote:

This is a good price for so early in the B2 lifecycle. That bodes well for the C2 and G2 later. For those wondering, this is 95%+ as good as the C2. Main differences are:

– # of HDMI 2.1 inputs (2 here vs 4 on C2)

– B2 does not get as bright for HDR content

– C2 has slightly better picture processing

MSRP: $2,499.99

Walmart is advertising the 65” LG C2 4K Smart TV for a record-low price — a modest $50 drop from the previous low that held strong during Black Friday and the LG Employer Perks event.

If you’re looking for a luminous large screen and don’t mind sacrificing a few advanced video game display options, check out this 77” A2 Series deal at Best Buy.


Hisense - 55" Class U6GR Series Quantum ULED 4K UHD Smart Roku TV
Hisense 55″ Class U6GR Series Quantum ULED 4K UHD Smart Roku TV

Finding a serviceable budget-range 4K TV has only gotten easier with each passing year, but that certainly doesn’t make choosing one any easier. While this Best Buy deal isn’t groundbreaking (the 55” U6GR has hovered around this price since October), $370 goes far when you opt for this Hisense standby.

MSRP: $799.99

This Amazon deal isn’t an all-time low price (as the 65” Hisense 65U6H TV fell to $480 just days before Black Friday), but this particular model doesn’t go on sale very often. As MellowStew6247 put it in a recent deal thread:

Lots of good deals this week. I had one of these for a few weeks in my bedroom. Solid TV with a great picture. Casting worked perfectly. $500 is definitely the right price for this.


Sony 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV X95K Series: BRAVIA XR Mini LED Smart Google TV
Sony 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV X95K Series: BRAVIA XR Mini LED Smart Google TV

MSRP: $699.99

If you don’t want to break the bank on a midsized entry-level 4K TV, consider Sony’s budget-friendly X80K range. This 55” model balances affordability with an unusually classy form factor (a wide viewing angle with narrow, flush beveled edges).

MSRP: $3,299.99

Many gamers with display-intensive spec requirements swear by the Sony BRAVIA lineup, especially those who use PlayStation consoles. In Sony’s words, the BRAVIA XR Smart Google TV’s ultra-low (8.5ms) input lag and a bevy of exclusive features make it “perfect for PlayStation 5.”

MSRP: $2,799.99

For just under $2,000, the Walmart Sony BRAVIA XR bundle deal comes with the following: 

  • 85” Sony BRAVIA XR X90K Smart TV
  • Deco Gear 60W Soundbar with Subwoofer
  • Deco Mount 37″ to100″ TV Wall Mount Bracket
  • Stanley SurgePro 6 NT 750 Joule 6-Outlet Surge Adapter with Night Light
  • Two HDMI Cables
  • Spray Bottle and Wipe


TCL 55" Class 5-Series 4K UHD QLED Smart Roku TV
TCL 55″ Class 5-Series 4K UHD QLED Smart Roku TV

MSRP: $499.99

Anyone who has bought a budget-grade 4K TV from a less established manufacturer knows that quality control and manufacturer support can be touch-and-go, but don’t overlook this highly-rated, sub-$500 Roku TV from TCL. The 2022 TCL 5-Series lineup was released in late 2022, so this Amazon deal marks the first substantive discount we’ve seen on the 55” model. 

If your media center was originally designed to accommodate a CRT TV or a modest plasma screen, you are all too familiar with the frustration of finding a new screen that fits. The 58” TCL 4-Series Roku TV is hardly “mid-size” by pre-LCD screen standards, but those two or three inches could make all the difference for some setups.

MSRP: $8,499.99

If you’re daunted by the prospect of unboxing and installing a monstrous 98” TV, take ok_’s advice: 

Mine was from amazon with the “deluxe delivery” option which includes room of choice delivery, unboxing / removal of packaging (if desired), I think some kind of basic setup (not 100% sure as I did it myself), and the option to return it for any reason when they get it to you.

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Toshiba - 50" Class C350 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
Toshiba 50 Class C350 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

Oliver Pretl-Drummond

Oliver Pretl-Drummond is a copywriter, memoirist and Scorpio living in Baltimore, MD. Primed by years of recreational research spirals, they've helped Slickdeals document hundreds of arcane store policies and hidden coupon tricks for the greater good of deal hunters everywhere. They spend their days seeking and sharing killer deals on budget travel, sound systems, home goods and tech. By night, their free time is reserved for making bass music while consuming exotic caffeinated beverages with their partner and growing family of yucca plants.