TV costs are falling forward of the Tremendous Bowl – listed below are one of the best offers
Almost 200 million people will watch the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl on February 12, which is a good reason to buy a brand new TV.
While you might not see as many deals as Black Friday, prices have generally come down steadily thanks to the continued introduction of better technology and other new features.
Now retailers like Goal And best buy are trying to clear out last year’s models to make room for this year’s, so they’re slashing prices even more, according to Julie Ramhold, consumer analyst at DealNews.
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For example, best buy This 58-inch TCL TV is currently down to $290, even less than its November price, Ramhold said.
Her other top picks include a 75-inch 4K LG smart TV with built-in Alexa and Google voice assistants for $749 Walmart and a 55-inch Sony 4K Smart TV for $480 or a 60-inch Samsung 4K Smart TV for just $450, both at Best Buy.
While some discounts aren’t as deep, the TVs can be better quality compared to some no-name brands promoted on Black Friday, which are often not the best of the best, according to consumer savings expert Andrea Woroch.
“We’re seeing deals on more brand names than these generic TVs, and the deals are mostly related to these larger screens,” she said, as
Woroch recommends purchasing “Open Box” or certified refurbished sets for further discounts and searching for coupon codes or cashback on sites like CouponCabin.