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Labor Day is right around the corner, and to mark the holiday many stores are offering a ton of deals on a variety of products, including TVs. If you've been shopping for a new display, this weekend's Labor Day discounts could yield some of the best prices yet on many new 2020 models, making it an ideal time to purchase that fancy OLED you've been eyeing.
Below, we've rounded up a list of the best Labor Day TV deals we've seen so far. With that said, since stores are still rolling out their specific Labor Day sales, the prices listed below might fluctuate. It's also likely that new deals will still be announced for the weekend. We'll update this page with additional discounts as new promotions are posted.
Prices and links are current as of 9/4/2020. Added Vizio P Series Quantum and P Series Quantum X deals. Updated by Steven Cohen.
LG's new 77-inch CX OLED is available for a sizeable $1,200 discount just in time for Labor Day. Though still quite pricey, this is the cheapest we've seen this model so far. The TV features all of the key benefits that OLED displays are known for, including an infinite contrast ratio and wide viewing angles. LG has also implemented its latest AI image processor for upscaling, along with HDMI 2.1 ports for advanced features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR).
For shoppers who want OLED picture quality in a more manageable size, the 55-inch CX model is also on sale right now. This TV offers all of the same benefits that the larger model provides.
LG isn't the only game in town when it comes to OLED TVs. Sony's OLEDs are known for being just as impressive, and the new A8H is no different. With pixel-level contrast and extensive HDR support, this is one of the best looking TVs on the market. Android TV integration is included for smart TV functions.
TCL's flagship 8 Series TV is on sale for $1,500 off its regular price, bringing it back down to its lowest deal price so far. The 4K display uses mini-LED technology for advanced local dimming performance. This results in improved black levels and contrast. Roku smart TV capabilities are built-in as well, providing easy access to popular streaming services. The smaller 65-inch 8 Series TV is also on sale, with a current deal price of $1,399.99.
Vizio's latest P Series Quantum display carries impressive specifications for the price, especially with this $200 discount. The panel features quantum dots and full-array local dimming with 200 zones, and the display is capable of up to 1,100 nits of peak brightness for high-end HDR performance. If 65-inches isn't big enough for you, the 75-inch model is on sale for $100 off its regular price.
For truly premium image performance without totally breaking the bank, Vizio's P Series Quantum X offers a lot of value. Stepping things up from the regular P Series, this model boasts 480 dimming zones and support for a whopping 2,800 nits of peak brightness.
Samsung's newest flagship 4K QLED TV is the Q90T. This high-end 65-inch display offers quantum dot color, full-array local dimming, and a stylish, premium design. The TV also uses Samsung's reliable smart TV OS powered by Tizen, along with built-in Alexa voice control. The Q90T has previously been on sale for $100 less than its current discount price, but this is still a solid deal for buyers who want a premium QLED.
If you've got more cash to spare, Samsung's Q900TS 8K TV is the very definition of premium. In addition to all of the impressive QLED picture quality perks you'd expect in a flagship display, the massive 85-inch panel uses an edge-to-edge "Infinity Screen" that makes it look as if the TV has no frame surrounding the image. Though the actual benefits of 8K resolution are fairly minimal, there's no denying how incredible this TV looks. The current sale price is the cheapest we've seen yet.
LG's NanoCell LCD TVs aren't on par with the company's OLED models when it comes to overall picture quality, but they offer solid performance in their own right. Though still expensive, this 8K model is a whole lot more affordable than the company's $30,000 8K OLED. For a current sale price of $4,299.99 you get a large 75-inch screen size, local dimming, and wide color support.
Hisense's H8G is one of the best midrange TV models you can buy in this screen size. With full-array local dimming, support for multiple HDR formats, quantum dot color, and reliable smart TV functions via Android TV and Google Assistant, the display provides performance that rivals more expensive models from the competition. This $100 discount is a frequent deal for the TV, but it's still a strong value. For more detailed impressions, be sure to read our full review of the 65-inch model here.
One of Sony's high-end LED displays for 2020, the X900H offers good image performance, including local dimming, Dolby Vision support, and IMAX Enhanced capabilities. Models range in size all the way up to a giant 85-inch version, which is currently $1,000 off.
This entry-level 43-inch 4K TV is a nice option for shoppers who just want a simple smart TV for basic streaming. The display includes integrated support for Amazon's Fire TV OS, offering access to a solid assortment of apps.
Though Ultra HD is pretty much the default for most TV models in 2020, you can still save some cash by going for a lower resolution HDTV. 1080p smart TVs, like the TCL 3 Series, rarely get huge discounts since they're already so cheap to begin with, but $20 off is still $20 off. This TV is about as entry-level as they come, but its support for Android TV should be enough to satisfy people who simply want to stream their favorite services.
For buyers who just need a small and inexpensive TV with basic streaming support, the Insignia Fire TV Edition HDTV is one of the cheapest options there is. The 24-inch panel only features a 720p screen, but at such a small size you probably wouldn't be able to see the benefit of a better resolution anyway.
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