Walmart TV deals: 55-inch 4K TV for under $250 and more [wafact]

If it’s time to upgrade your home theater system, Walmart TV deals are a great place to start looking. While TVs have gotten dramatically cheaper over the years, you’re still going to be dropping at least a triple-digit number on a new one. Thankfully Walmart TV deals cut quite a bit off the price tag. Below we’ve collected LED, QLED, OLED, HD and 4K TVs from Walmart. These comes from all sorts of brands, so check out the full list. If you want to brows for yourself, here’s a link to all of the TVs for sale at Walmart.

Hisense 58-inch Roku 4K TV — $268, was $338

75-inch Hisense A6G 4K TV placed on a TV stand in a living room.

One of the best TV brands for value, Hisense is worth checking out, particularly with its Hisense 58-inch Roku 4K TV. A great size for the price, you get all the benefits of a 4K resolution along with Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 support, as well as Motion Rate 120. The latter means you won’t have to worry about motion blur while you play a game or watch fast-moving action or sports. A dedicated gaming mode significantly improves input lag too so you get a great experience. For sound, there’s DTS Studio Sound support for a more immersive experience. Also, the TV works with Google Assistant and Alexa so it’s easy to use and control your TV and other smart home devices.

Philips 55-inch 4K TV — $268, was $298

The Philips 75-Inch Class 4K Google TV on its apps menu.
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This Philips TV is pretty basic, but it has the two most important features for a home theater system: It’s big and it’s 4K. 55-inch TVs are on the smaller end for a living room TV, but you certainly won’t be squinting at the screen. This is also a smart TV, so you can start streaming right after you buy it, no external connections needed. It’s powered by Google, so if you have other Google smart devices you can connect them to each other.

Onn. 55-inch 4K Roku TV — $248, was $298

The onn. 70-inch 4K Roku TV hangs on the wall as part of a home theater arrangement.
Onn.

For a sizeable home cinema experience on a budget, there’s the Onn. 65-inch 4K Roku TV. Its 65-inch panel means you won’t miss out on being wrapped up in the movies or sports games you might be watching. It has Roku built-in so it’s simple to find everything with seemingly every streaming service imaginable here. There are also three HDMI ports for hooking up game consoles so it’s fairly flexible, especially for the price.

JVC 58-inch Roku 4K TV — $268, was $340

JVC 43-inch QLED TV on a white background.
JVC

This JVC 4K TV is another fairly simple device. Its most prominent feature is its size. 58-inch TVs aren’t standard. This won’t affect your viewing experience. In fact, you’re getting quite a bit more screen for a minor increase in price. It’s a smart TV, of course, so you can stream straight to it. This one is powered by Roku, so you can ditch your Roku plugin if you buy this TV.

LG 55-inch 4K TV — $358, was $448

The 55-inch LG UN6955 Series 4K TV with a nature scene and app icons on the display.
LG

Earlier TVs on this list have been from manufacturers that focus on producing budget-friendly options. LG, on the other hand, is a top notch TV brand. LG makes some of the best TVs on the market. This is still al budget option from them, but it has one of their powerful α5 Gen5 processors, which optimizes the contrast and brightness of the TV based on what’s on the screen. It’s even compactible with HDR10+.

Vizio 65-inch V-Series 4K TV — $398, was $528

Vizio 55-inch 4K TV displaying its home screen while placed on a TV stand.
Vizio

V-Series TVs from Vizio are quality LED TVs. It doesn’t have any next-gen technology like QLED or local dimming. The technology it does use has been perfected though. It uses full array backlighting, so everything on the screen will be lit uniformly — no dim sections. It has a powerful AI processor that helps upscale FHD content into 4K. The processor can also tune the contrast of individual pixels to give you the clearest image it can. It can also work with Dolby Vision content and HDR10+.

Onn. 75-inch 4K Frameless TV — $498, was $578

The 50-inch Onn QLED 4K Roku TV hanging on a wall.

A frameless TV is great for the homeowner that wants to wall mount their TV. It makes the Onn. 75-inch 4K Frameless TV blend well into your home. Alongside that, you get a fairly typical Onn. experience with Roku smart TV built-in to make it easy to find things to watch. It also has three HDMI ports so it’s easy to hook everything up to, while the 4K resolution keeps it current and looking good.

Vizio 65-inch M6 Series QLED TV — $498, was $678

Vizio 2023 M-series TV hanging on a wall.

Vizio is a great TV brand to buy from and the Vizio 65-inch M6 Series QLED TV demonstrates you can get a lot for your money. It has a great 4K resolution panel with QLED technology. To boost its cinematic level of color, it has a full array backlight so you get superior light uniformity and better picture performance. Alongside that, there’s Active Pixel Tuning so you get intelligent pixel-level brightness adjustments that tune contrast levels frame by frame in over 2,000 zones for better visual contrast. There’s also the IQ Active Processor which upscales non-4K content while there’s also Dynamic Motion Rate 120 for better motion clarity, even when there’s hectic action going on. The latter is great for gamers and works well in conjunction with the V-Gaming Engine which automatically optimizes the picture for gamers with low input lag and variable refresh rates. Three HDMI 2.1 ports are great for players too while extensive smart functionality is ideal for calmer times of the day.

Samsung 55-inch QN80 QLED TV — $998, was $1,168

Samsung 2021 QN80A 4K QLED TV
Samsung

This is another high quality QLED screen from Samsung. You’re get fantastic colors thanks to the quantum dot panel. If you don’t want a soundbar, this TV is a great option, as it has several up-firing speakers built in that even track sound across the screen. If you decide to get a soundbar, the Q-Symphony technology will let you use the TV’s built-in speakers as another channel. It has a powerful 4K processor, the ability to play HDR10+ content, and an adaptive picture setting that adjusts the contrast and brightness of the screen depending on what’s happening in the movie you’re watching.

Samsung 75-inch The Frame — $1,949, was $3,000

The Samsung 65-inch The Frame QLED TV placed on a wall in an attractive living room.
Samsung

The Samsung Frame is a truly unique TV. When you’re not using it, you can display slideshows so crystal clear they look like framed pieces of art. The TV does this by having a very high quality QLED display, a matte setting and a mode that reduces glare on the screen. It’s very thin so it’s easily mountable on a wall, and you can customize the bezels to match the other framed artwork in your home.

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