If you’re shopping around for the best 65-inch TVs on sale, you’ve come to the right place. While the prices vary, a quality set on sale tends to range from around $500 to $1,000.

And yes, it’s totally worth the purchase. Here’s why: It’s not like you’ll buy a 65-inch TV every year. This is perhaps a once in a decade (or more) purchase. So, yes price is important for the best bargains, but so is the quality of the picture and sound. You’ll want it to last the test of time,nd by that we mean several years until you’re in the market for another one.

According to Consumer Reports, 65-inch TV purchases became very popular last year, and  experts anticipate these sets to account for nearly one-fifth of all TV purchases this year. That’s an uptick of six percentage points from three years ago. 

Whether you sit in front of the tube to binge your favorite shows from streaming services, catch a movie or  root for your favorite sports team, you’ll want to find the right TV for your needs. Though it may seem overwhelming (HDR, OLED and QLED, oh my!), no worries. We’re here to break it all down for you starting with the biggest bargains.


Walmart

In the store or online, Walmart has some of the best buys around. For instance, you can search online for size and within the 60 to 69-inch category, and find over 400 TVs available. 

Then, drilling it down further, you can search by special buy, reduced price, new, rollback and price shown at cart as well as selecting a price in $50 increments. Or, you can simply enter the minimum and maximum prices you’re willing to pay.

LG – 65UP8000PUA 65 Inch 4K UHD Smart webOS TV (2021)

LG - 65UP8000PUA 65 Inch
Image: Walmart.com / LG

$1,556.98 $616.99 at Walmart.com

Hisense – 65″ Class U6G Series Quantum 4K ULED Android TV

Hisense - 65" Class U6G Series
Image: Walmart.com / Hisense

$1,299.99 $949.99 at Walmart.com

Samsung – UN65TU7000 65″ 4K Ultra HD LED TV (2020) with Deco Gear Home Theater Bundle

Samsung - UN65TU7000 65" 4K Ultra
Image: Walmart.com / Samsung

$1,187.99 $949.99 at Walmart.com


Amazon

Did somebody say Amazon Prime Day? Between the site’s annual day of steep discounts and Black Friday, along with its vast selection, we can’t help but add a 65-inch TV to our cart. But even during non-sales events, you can score a deal, and when it comes to buying a large TV, free delivery makes it oh-so much easier. 

Insignia – NS-65DF710NA21 65-inch Smart 4K UHD – Fire TV, Released 2020

Insignia - NS-65DF710NA21 65-inch Smart 4K
Image: Amazon.com / Insignia

$629.99 $549.99 at Amazon.com

Hisense – 65-Inch Class R8 Series Dolby Vision & Atmos 4K ULED Roku Smart TV with Alexa Compatibility and Voice Remote (65R8F, 2020 Model)

Hisense - 65-Inch Class R8 Series
Image: Amazon.com / Hisense

$879.99 $826.49 at Amazon.com

Samsung – 65-Inch Class QLED Q60A Series – 4K UHD Dual LED Quantum HDR Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q60AAFXZA, 2021 Model)

Samsung - 65-Inch Class QLED Q60A
Image: Amazon.com / Samsung

$1,099.99 $1,047.99 at Amazon.com


Best Buy

When you shop online at BestBuy.com, there are nearly 100 65-inch TVs to select. Sure, some sets cost more than $10,000, but you can certainly find quality ones for around $1,000.

You can find cheap and on-sale 65-inch TVs by simply searching and sorting from lowest price to high while perusing each one’s ratings. 

Best Buy also has a Price Match Guarantee so that if you find the same item at a lower price at a qualifying online retailer or local retail competitor’s store, they’ll lower the cost.

Sony – 65″ Class X750H Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV

Sony - 65" Class X750H Series
Image: BestBuy.com / Sony

$749.99 $712.99 at BestBuy.com

LG – 65″ Class NanoCell 80 Series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV sale price

LG - 65" Class NanoCell 80 Series
Image: BestBuy.com / LG

$1,099.99 $969.99 at BestBuy.com

Sony – 65″ Class X80J Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV

Sony - 65" Class X80J Series
Image: BestBuy.com / Sony

$1,149.99 $999.99 at BestBuy.com


Target

If you buy online at Target, you can filter search results by deals: All deals, sales and weekly ads. Also, when you use your RedCard (a.k.a. the Target credit card), you can get 5% off their top deals of the week.

‎Hisense – 65″ 4K UHD TV (65R6G)

Hisense 65" 4K UHD TV
Image: Target.com / Hisense

$799.99 $559.99 at Target.com

VIZIO V-Series 65″ Class 4K HDR Smart TV – V655-J09

VIZIO V-Series 65" Class 4K
Image: Target.com / VIZIO

$629.99 $599.99 at Target.com

TCL 65″ Roku 4K UHD HDR Smart TV – 65S435

TCL 65" Roku 4K UHD HDR Smart TV
Image: Target.com / TCL

$719.99 $699.99 at Target.com


P.C. Richard & Son

If you live in the New York City tristate area, you’ve probably heard of P.C. Richard & Son and bought a major appliance there. Well, lucky for everyone else, they ship nationwide! Often times, it’s free, but just be aware that some shipping is curbside only, meaning you need to be home when the TV is delivered.

Better still, they have fabulous deals, hence why they made this list. The best deals may be hidden, meaning you’ll only get to see the sale price after it’s been added to your cart. Then, there’s their competitor pricing. If you buy a TV from P.C. Richard and a competitor advertises a lower price on the identical new in-stock item within 30 days, the store will refund 100% of the difference between the price you paid and the competitor’s written advertised price, subject to terms and conditions.

Element – 65″ 4K (2160p) Roku Smart LED TV with HDR (2020 Model)

Element 65" 4K
Image: PCRichard.com / Element

$549.99 $499.99 at PCRichard.com

Hisense – A6G Series 65″ 4K (2160p) Android Smart LED TV with HDR (2021 Model)

Hisense - A6G Series 65"
Image: PCRichard.com / Hisense

$599.99 $559.99 at PCRichard.com

Samsung – Q60A Series 65″ QLED 4K (2160p) UHD Smart TV with HDR (2021 Model)

Samsung - Q60A Series 65"
Image: PCRichard.com / Samsung

$1,099.99 $1,049.99 at PCRichard.com


Samsung

When you buy a Samsung TV directly from the company, there are some perks. For instance, you can try the TV out at home for 21 days, worry free. You don’t have to make any payments during the trial period. You can return it during the trial period at no cost to you or, of course, keep it if you love it.

Also, you can pay in three payments via Affirm with no payments due upon purchase (this won’t affect your credit score.) Samsung has additional models on sale above the price point of around $1,000, but we’re including their less expensive ones for savvy shoppers on a budget.

65″ Class RU9000 4K Crystal UHD HDR Smart TV (2020)

Samsung 65" Class RU9000
Image: Samsung.com

$949.99 $899.99 at Samsung.com

65” Class Q60A QLED 4K Smart TV (2021)

65” Class Q60A QLED
Image: Samsung

$1,099.99 $1,049.99 at Samsung.com


Overstock

Currently, there’s one 65-inch TV on sale at Overstock.com, but that doesn’t mean it’s the one and only option ever. 

The online retailer is constantly updating its inventory, so it’s important to check back frequently. And if you see something you want to buy like this Smart LED TV, be sure to add it to your cart before it’s gone. 

As for another reason why we like the site, in addition to their steep discounts and flash sales, when you sign up for exclusive updates, you’ll receive a 15% off coupon (terms and conditions apply).

LG 65UN7000PUB UHD 70 Series 65 inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV – Black

LG 65UN7000PUB UHD 70 Series 65
Image: Overstock.com / LG

$979.99 $881.99 at Overstock.com


Now that you’ve kept an eye on price, there are several other factors to weigh when you decide which one to buy:

  • Experts recommend avoiding full HD or 1080p sets as well as avoiding TVs with less than 4k resolution.
  • If you’ve heard about 8K TVs, well, they’re really pricey ( trust us) and 8K movies and shows aren’t available yet anyway, so take a hard pass for the moment.
  • What’s the deal with Hz? Look for 60 Hz or 120 Hz refresh rate (the latter is better because it provides smoother motion especially when you think of live action sports).
  • HDR-compatible sets offer realistic colors compared to non-HDR-compatible sets and the same applies to contrast.
  • Since screens are thinner than ever before sound may be sacrificed. You may want to buy a soundbar which is basically the same thing as calling it a speaker (prices range from around $100 to $300; you can shop around when you buy your TV).
  • Onto the acronyms. An OLED TV uses technology to create the picture in a wider range of colors and contrasts. The quality is, in a word, superb. A QLED TV uses traditional LED back or side-lighting and panels. QLED isn’t as top-notch as OLED, but it’s certainly not shabby. As for SKUs? Here’s how to interpret those and ensure you’re actually getting a good deal.
  • Now, for a word or two about resolution, which is the number of pixels that encompass a picture on the screen. Essentially, it’s horizontal rows and vertical columns. More pixels equate to a sharper picture and better details. So simply stated, higher numbers are typically better than lower ones.In addition, look for a TV with several HDMI ports. 
  • Lastly, ensure your TV has a manufacturer’s warranty in case anything goes wrong. Once you’re all researched and ready to shop, definitely come back to this story as we’ll be updating it with new sale products.

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