The best Prime Day TV deals still available: Save on Sony, Vizio, Toshiba and more

This is part of the story Amazon Prime Day, CNET about how you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal. Guide to

Amazon Prime Day 2020 Done, but if you’re looking for a big deal on a new TV, there’s still some bargaining to be done on smaller televisions. Here is our line-up The best prime day deals are still available From brands like Sony and Samsung, as well as lesser known brands including Element and Westinghouse. Don’t forget to stop either. Many of the best TV deals available right now are not on Amazon, but instead Excellent purchase, Target and Sam Club.

We will update this story with the latest deals in this category as more discounts become available.

read more: Prime Day 2020 Streaming Deals: Prices on Roku and Fire TV

The best Prime Day TV deals are still available


Moving on to the TVs actually sold by Amazon, this is Toshiba’s Fire TV Edition (model 32LF221U21). We didn’t like the 2019 version of this TV because its Fire TV menus push Amazon content too much and are generally more confusing than the simplicity of the Roku TV. But it doesn’t have a built-in Alexa, and probably costs $ 20 more than the JVC above.


This element is a 50-inch 4K TV with HDR, which, like the JVC above, runs our favorite smart TV OS, the Roku TV. It has a trio of HDMI inputs. This is the lowest price for a 50-inch smart TV we’ve ever seen during Prime Day, beating the previous champ by beating the JVC Roku TV at Walmart by 18.


Are you setting an example here? Once again on Prime Day the best price of a particular size was found not on Amazon or on Fire TV (yet) but on Roku TV from another brand and another retailer. Like the above models Dello, what we like about this model is the Roku operating operating system and cheap price.

Sarah She / CNET

So far on this list are the bargain models without a variety of image quality features that make good video, including the TV high quality dynamic series. Vizioni’s M-Series full-array comes with local dimming that improves contrast and brightness. We haven’t reviewed this TV yet and while we don’t expect it to be a TCL 6-Series as well, it’s a little cheaper, especially during this sale.

The following price is for the 65-inch model but the Sam Club also has a 55-inch that is priced at 42 9429, but is off 50. Read more about the 2020 Vizio M-Series.

Sarah She / CNET

The first TV on the list we’ve reviewed, the 65-inch XBR-X900H is at its lowest price ever, well below its original list price of 1,600 lbs and now only 100 lbs more than the competitive TCL 6-Series. This excellent Sony, Android TV operating operating system as well as delivering superb image quality and the kind of next-generation connectivity that surpasses Roku and other expensive sets – just in time for the new Xbox Series X and PlayStation. 5 Sure, it’s a big step up in price from the other three here, but the savings are also huge.

Update: Sony has also slashed the price of the 75-inch to 1, 6,600, saving 900 900. And while Amazon seems to sell in both sizes, it’s still available at Best Buy. Read our Sony XBR-65X900H review.


If the Sony above is a good TV, it’s better. That’s because it uses OLED technology, which delivers better picture quality than any O-OLED TV out there in our tests. We haven’t reviewed the A8H but based on experience we believe it will be as good as the best OLED TV reviewed – LG’s CX – $ 700 less in size 65 inches. The A8H is now at all-time lows at major retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy, with-1,800 for the 65-inch (listed below) and ઇ 1,300 for the 55-inch.


If you want to buy a TV for less than 100, JVC’s LT-32MAW205 may be the only ticket. After all, this 32-inch HD TV (it has 720p resolution) has Roku built in, so when you look at what you spend on a Roku media player, it looks like you can get a TV getting 70 or more . This set has a suite of three HDMI inputs, USB and audio dio and video connections.

Regularly $ 130, you can save about 24% during sales, while supply lasts.


Samsung’s QLED is almost not as good as OLED, but this TV is much bigger and cheaper than Sony’s above. The Q60T is Samsung’s least expensive QLED series and lacks image quality features like full-array local dimming. We haven’t reviewed the Q60T but based on its specifications we doubt it will perform as well as a 75-inch TCL 6-Series TV. This price on the other hand puts it at 200 200 less than TCL, so it’s worth considering if you care more about size than peak image quality.

Playing now:
See this:

Amazon Prime Day 2020: Everything You Need to Know