The Prime Early Access Sale officially goes on sale from Amazon on Tuesday, October 11th, but that doesn’t stop them from starting the discounts early. In fact, you can actually save on a range of products including televisions.
And while you can dive into the list to find the best of the best, the team here at TheStreet Deals does the hard work for you. This way, you can continue reading to find out the best deals on TVs from brands like Sony, LG, Samsung and Amazon (AMZN) Plus accessories like sticks and flowing boxes.
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Amazon officially started making its own TVs in 2021 with the Fire TV Omni line. These images provide a rich and crisp picture with a 4K LED panel and support key standards such as Dolby Vision and HDR. But the real killer feature is the deep integration with Fire TV and Alexa. In fact, these far-field mics feature a hands-free experience. Allowing you to chat with Alexa to turn the TV on or off, pull up content, and even ask the assistant to control your smart home.
You can save more than 16% and 20% respectively on the 65″ and 75″ models. If you want a big screen with plenty of smarts, Fire TV Omni fits the bill.
Besides Fire TV devices from Amazon, there are also Fire TV devices from Insignia and Toshiba that are seeing discounts. Both offer 4K LED screens for a beautiful picture and feature a Fire TV interface. The latter provides access to a range of streaming services that come with Alexa TV remotes. It’s not hands-free, but you can hold down a button to ask the virtual assistant about things.
Not to mention that this is due to unbelievably low prices – including the 75-inch Insignia for just $549.99.
LG joins the fun with discounts on a few 4K UHD Nano TVs and high-end OLED lines. Starting things off is a steep 11% discount on the 43-inch Nano75 4K UHD monitor that comes in at just $379.99. It’s also available in other sizes including 75 inches for just $976.99.
Similar in size, the 77-inch OLED EVO C2 is one of the best LG TVs in the line. It’s 23% off at just $2,696.99 and delivers a great picture that doesn’t skimp on detail at a premium size. It features a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth content and supports Dolby Vision IQ.
Sony (SNEJF) Famous for an excellent photo that looks real and realistic for how it was shot. Colors can still get vibrant, but you’ll likely find that they don’t overpower or veer into the unreal. And this Prime Early Access Sale, you can save on a number of Sony’s 4K LED and OLED models. And if you’re looking for the best possible picture with an amazingly slim design, we’ll jump at OLED. Those who put a TV room with a lot of light can choose the LED or Mini LED model.
Best of all, Sony is platform neutral. These feature a Google TV interface with access to all major streaming services, but they also integrate with Amazon’s Alexa and support Apple’s AirPlay standard.
The X80K provides entry-level 4K UHD picture with Dolby Vision and HDR support and a dedicated mode for the PS5 that ensures a seamless experience. It’s an excellent TV and it’s also pretty cheap as far as Sony goes. And if you want a big screen, the 85-inch screen drops to just $1,598.
Going up the ladder, the X85K raises the picture quality with better backlighting and all the same features. Those looking for a smaller size can get the 43-incher for just $598, from $699.99.
The X90K further increases image quality with a Full Array LED back panel for more control over image creation. Currently, you can save on 65″, 75″ and 85″ models.
Sony’s OLEDs are among the best in the industry with modern, powerful designs and highly immersive displays that get brighter and deliver deep contrast capabilities. You’ll pay a little more for those, but luckily they’re seeing some new discounts.
The 48-inch A90K is best for use where you want a smaller TV, but it’s also an excellent companion as a monitor for a gaming PC or even a console.
For the living room or as a staple in any home entertainment setup, you can’t go wrong with the A90J or A80J Bravia XR OLEDs. Both upgraded panels sport higher temperatures for longer, which means individual pixels can get brighter for a more immersive picture.
If you are looking for a TV that turns into art, Samsung The Frame TV is probably your best choice. And in classic holiday shopping fashion, you can save on 50″, 55″ and 85″ versions of The Frame. Keep in mind though, these are price models to start with, so they still cost a pretty penny.
New for 2022 models is Samsung’s anti-reflective coating (SSNLF) QLED screen that should reduce light reflections. Basically, when you are in Art Mode, the content will look more realistic.
And remember, these do not include the physical frame attachments, so out of the box they will have a black frame.
If you don’t need a new TV, but want to update your existing TV, a streaming stick or streaming box will get the job done. It would also cost a lot less, especially with the Fire TV Stick 4K at just $24.99. This is a full 50% off the $49.99 MSRP.
This streaming stick simply plugs into the back of your TV via the HDMI port and provides access to all major streaming services through the Fire TV interface. Amazon also has a Fire TV 4K Max that supports Wi-Fi 6 and is a bit faster with a newer processor. And for people with an HDTV, the standard Fire TV Stick is all you need.
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