You don’t have to spend a fortune to watch your favorite movies and shows in stunning 4K. Thisstarted off at an affordable $300, the lowest-price 4K TV available. But now that Best Buy has cut $80 off the price, you can get this TV for just $220 with free shipping. We’ve seen it drop as low as $190 in the past, but that was during a holiday sale. This is still a great discount on this already-affordable 4K TV. If you can’t wait for Black Friday to roll around, you should snag this TV now.
If you’re used to traditional HD, be prepared for double the resolution. This 4K Ultra High Definition TV with HDR10 delivers superior image quality. It also has Dolby Audio for a fuller sound and built-in Wi-Fi so you can access all your favorite content. Stream movies and shows from apps like Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Peloton, and more. Or stream from your iPhone with Apple Play. Finding what you need is also easier than ever with this Roku TV. You can use voice search on the free Roku mobile app to pull up a film from any streaming service. And this TV is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit as well. You can also connect your favorite devices with the three HDMI ports, composite video, and optical digital out.
Reviewers say this TV is a great value for the price and has awesome picture quality. It received an average rating of 4.6/5 stars from more than 400 Best Buy customers. This TV is ideal for a bedroom or small apartment, but you might be looking for something larger if you have a bigger space. Luckily, this isn’t the only 4K TV on sale. Check out our other 4K TV deals to see what’s available. But if this 43-inch 4K TV will meet your needs and you don’t want to wait until fall to potentially grab it at a lower price, you should take advantage of this $80 price cut.
Once listed at $300, thedrops to just $220 at Best Buy. That’s a 26% discount on an already-affordable TV with great picture quality. If you have a regular HD TV at home now, expect to be blown away by your new purchase.
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