If you can’t make it to Super Bowl 50 in person, the next best thing is watching the Broncos take on the Panthers from the comfort of your own home. Before Sunday’s game, you can upgrade your viewing platform for less with impressive TV deals happening now.
The National Retail Federation estimates an astonishing 8.6 million new televisions will be purchased for the game, and if you’re one of those consumers looking to buy, we’ve rounded up a selection of the best TV deals leading into Super Bowl weekend.
- Magnavox 32-inch LED HDTV for $159.99 (regularly $259.99) at Target
- Samsung 32-inch Smart LED TV for $247.99 (list price of $399.99) at Amazon
- Insignia 39-inch LED HDTV for $199.99 (regularly $239.99) at Best Buy
- Samsung 40-inch LED HDTV for $327.99 (regularly $429.99) at Sears
- Sony 40-inch LED Smart HDTV for $348 (list price of $478) at Wal-Mart
- LG 43-inch 4K Smart IPS TV for $499 (regularly $1,099) at B&H Photo Video
- Vizio 49-inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV for $599.99 (list price of $769.99) at Target
- RCA 50-inch LED HDTV for $349.99 (regularly $549.99) at Kmart
- LG 50-inch Smart LED HDTV for $469.99 (regularly $799.99) at Newegg
- Toshiba 55-inch LED HDTV for $399.99 (regularly $549.99) at Best Buy
- Samsung 55-inch LED TV for $579.99 (regularly $999.99) at Target
- LG 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart HDTV for $698 (list price of $899.99) at Wal-Mart
- Samsung 60-inch Smart LED LCD TV for $1,279.99 (regularly $1,679.99) at Costco
- Vizio 65-inch 4K Ultra Smart HDTV for $1,299.99 (regularly $1,649.99) at Costco
- Samsung 65-inch LED Smart 3D 4K Ultra HDTV for $1,999.99 (regularly $3,299.99) at Best Buy
- Sharp 70-inch LED Smart 4K Ultra HDTV for $1,799.99 (regularly $2,299.99) at Best Buy
- Sony 75-inch 3D Smart LED TV for $2,098 (list price of $2,999.99) at Amazon
Tips and tricks for buying a TV
- Price matching. Before you buy, compare prices between retailers. If you see a competitor with a better deal, ask the store to meet or beat the advertised sale price.
- Delivery fees. Don’t be afraid to ask a retailer to lower shipping costs or waive delivery fees, especially if you’re purchasing a large-screen TV.
- Price protection. If you use your credit card to make your purchase, see if your card offers price protection. If it does, you may be able to get a refund for the difference if the price of the TV drops after you buy it. Check to see if you need to register your purchase to use this feature.
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