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In the last few years, TVs have undergone significant advancements, and now you can get a stunning screen without spending a ton of money. The majority of TVs you see on store shelves these days offer 4K resolution, and you can even grab models with a massive screen for less than $1,000. Our roundup of the best 4K TVs for 2022 can help you get a good idea of what you’re looking for if you’re just getting started and need a little direction in your search for the perfect 4K TV for your home. 

Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best deals available on some of our favorite models, as well as comparable models you can pick up at a big discount. We’ll continue to update this page as deals come and go, so be sure to check back often to get the best prices available.

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With Amazon’s growing selection of smart devices and streaming sticks, it was only a matter of time before it started manufacturing its own smart TVs. The Omni series is the more advanced of the two Amazon models and features a microphone built directly into the TV along with Alexa compatibility for hands-free control. With standard LEDs and direct lit backlighting, it doesn’t have the sharpest resolution featured on this list, but the convenience of voice control will be difficult to match in this price range.




While this 65-inch Samsung is a little pricier than the other TVs on this list, that’s because it also features the best screen of any of them. With mini-LEDs and full-array local dimming, this Neo QLED had the best picture quality of any non-OLED TV we’ve ever tested. Plus, it features a 120Hz refresh rate to reduce motion blur, and object-tracking sound for an incredibly immersive experience.


Samsung’s The Frame looks like no other TV out there at the moment. Its ultrathin screen can double as a place to display digital art and the modern and stylish bezel frame looks similar to a typical picture frame, helping it blend in seamlessly with your home’s decor. And for just $5 per month, you can subscribe to Samsung’s Art Store with access to over 1,400 pieces of art to show on the screen.


We named the LG C1 the best high-end TV for the money on the market in 2022, and right now you can snag this 65-inch model for 30% off. It features a stunning 4K OLED display with Dolby Vision, and a fourth-gen A9 processor to automatically upscale content. It’s also compatible with Nvidia G-Sync and FreeSync Premium for optimized gaming, and it comes with Google Assistant and Alexa built in.


If you’re looking for something a little smaller than the 65-inch LG C1, you’ll be happy to know the 55-inch model is also discounted right now. For $1,399, the 55-inch LG C1 boasts all of the great features that the 65-inch does but at a smaller screen size.

Read our LG C1 series OLED TV review.



Vizio’s V-Series made its way onto our best 4K TVs list thanks to its convenient voice remote and the fact that it comes with Chromecast and Apple AirPlay built in, which plenty of other smart TVs do not. These allow you to stream, or even mirror, content from your phone or computer. It also boasts 4K UHD picture, and an IQ active processor that enhances the quality of any non-4K content. The picture is similar to the cheaper TCL 4-Series above, so if the extra features aren’t important to you, you’re better off with that model.


This 4K TV is on sale in a number of sizes, including 65 and 75-inch options — the latter of which is only $608 right now. It supports Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 and even has a Game Mode that has a 60Hz panel, variable refresh rate and auto low latency mode, as well as a Sports Mode that optimizes sports content to have smoother motion on the screen.

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