Daily LED TV Deals – Last Updated Monday February 24th
FACT: The average American spends 4-5 hours/day in front of the TV, that’s over 1,600 hours every year. Don’t take a chance with a TV made in some distant country to save $100 and regret 1,600 hours every year
We urge you to pick a ‘Very good or Excellent-quality’ HDTV
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Recommended for: Kitchens, Toddler’s rooms, Workshops etc. where you’re NOT paying attention to detail
Recommended for: Most homes as the primary TV
Recommended for: Those who want videophile-grade picture quality
Information on the following deals are
valid as of 8.30 am PST, Monday 02/24/2014
|Price Cuts on Mediocre TVs||Price Cuts on Very Good TVs||The BEST Quality HDTVs in Each Size Category|
SPECS: 1080p HD resolution, but only 60Hz refresh rate. 60 Hz wouldn’t be a big issue for smaller TVs like 32″ TVs. Just think about this. Let’s say a football moves from 1 corner of the TV to the other diagonal corner in 1 second. It travels 50 inches during that 1 second. On a 32″ TV, the ball travels only 32 inches during that same 1 second. Hope you can understand why motion blur can be a problem in bigger TVs than in smaller TVs. However, if you’re not in to watching a lot of sports and fast moving video games etc. etc., this is almost too good a deal to let go!
CONS: 60 Hz refresh rate, not Smart, no built-in Wi-Fi
~1/3rd off (Now
SPECS: 2012 Model, 1080p HD, Smart TV, Smart Hub, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit
CONS: 60 Hz refresh rate; we recommend 120Hz for fast moving pictures (e.g. sports) to completely eliminate motion blur
We wouldn’t buy this Seiki SE32HY10 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV because, it doesn’t meet our minimum recommended criteria AND because it’s not too popular a brand. Read some of the 1 star and 2 star reviews and you’ll understand why you shouldn’t buy it
This 32″ oCosmo has a BIG discount, but we wouldn’t recommend it because it doesn’t meet our minimum recommended criteria AND because it’s not too popular a brand. We hate to admit it, it’s the 3rd BEST SELLING LED TV on Amazon.com
This Element 50″ HDTV costs less than $400. Read the reviews and stay away from it!
This 50″ Insignia has a good price, but we are hesitant in recommending it because there are similarly priced brand name TVs with better specs
46% off this 32″ HDTV (EXPIRED)
This Cielo 32″ HDTV has pretty good reviews. But read them carefully because some of them like it because it’s white, some because it’s pink and it matches her daughter’s room, and some because their 22 month old child loves it
40% off this 40″ LCD TV (EXPIRED)
Specs we can’t fall in love with: 60 Hz refresh rate, LCD (not LCD LED)
EXPIRED Over 30% off this SamsungSPECS: 1080p HD, 60Hz. Although we’re hesitant to recommend this 32″ 1080p 60Hz Samsung, a 60Hz Samsung is better than a 60Hz [unheard make]. Also, 60Hz on a 32″ is not as bad as the same configurations on a 55″ TV. If there aren’t any other deals on 120Hz LED TVs, this is not a bad choice!
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 240Hz, Smart TV, 3D IPS LED LCD TV, Built In Camera, Viera Connect With My Home Screen Swipe And Share Voice Interaction, 1.2″ slim, Dual Core with Hexa processing engine, local dimming, wide aperture panel for low power consumption, & built in Wi-Fi, 4 pairs 3D polarized glasses included
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 120Hz, SmartCentral Smart TV with Dual-Core Processor & built in Wi-Fi,
CONS: Not a 3D model
Not as good as our TOP Recommended 60 inch TV, (Over 1/4th off Deal – SUPER HOT!!) nevertheless, a very good model
Cons: Not Smart, No apps, No built-in Wi Fi, not even an ethernet port, a little thick at 3-7/8″ (newer models are less than 2″ slim). Nevertheless a great buy for as long as you can get it for the sale price.
If you’d rather have those missing specs, consider this Sharp SMART TV or this top notch HDTV for just a few hundred dollars more
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 120Hz, Smart TV, Smart Hub, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, Dual-core processor, Built-in sub-woofer
CONS: Not a 3D model
Specs: 42″, 1080p, 120 Hz, 3x HDMI inputs
Cons: Not Smart, No 3D, No Built-in Wi-Fi, No Ethernet port
Do we recommend this deal? Yes, if you don’t need 3D, Smart features/Apps, Wi-Fi, go ahead and grab this with both hands!
December 2013 50″ HDTV for $599 (EXPIRED)
Specs: 1080p, 120Hz, 50 inches, 2X HDMI inputs, 2.5″ thick
Cons: Not SMART, No 3D, No ethernet port
Do we recommend this? It’s 2014, we’re reluctant to recommend a non-Smart TV!
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 120 Hz, LED-lit
CONS: Not Smart, No Built-in Wi-Fi,
This TV is also on sale at Best Buy
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 120Hz, Micro-Dimming, Active 3D, Smart TV with voice control, Smart remote with touch control, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, Dual-core processor, Built-in sub-woofer, 1.9″ slim
CONS: Not a 3D model
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 120Hz, Smart TV, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, Dual-core processor, MHL, NFC
CONS: Not a 3D model
$1200Over $1100 off
SPECS: High-end 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 240Hz, Smart TV with Gesture Controls and a Built in Camera, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, QUAD-core processor, 1.5 Inches ultra-slim, 3D, Micro-dimming ultimate
CONS: Expensive, but now is the time to buy considering it’s the season of discounts
SPECS: 1080p, 120Hz, 3D, Smart TV, Cloud TV Apps with Wireless Touchpad, 4 HDMI and 2 USB inputs
CONS: Toshiba is not Sony, Panasonic or Samsung when it comes to TVs! Reviews from current customers are not great!
Over 40% off 55″ LG LED TV (EXPIRED)
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 240 Hz, LED-lit, Smart, 3D, Built-in Wi-Fi
CONS: hmm… can’t think of any
Information on the above deals are valid as of 8.30 am PST, Monday 02/24/2014
SPECS: We won’t say too much, just look at the reviews. See how many 1 star, 2 star, and 3 star reviews you can count
CONS: Not cheap
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 240Hz, Active 3D, Smart TV, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, Dual-core processor, Built-in sub-woofer
Read our review on the TOP 3 60-69″ LED TVs and decide which is best for you!
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 120Hz, Micro Dimming, Active 3D, Smart TV with Voice Control, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, Dual-core processor, Built-in sub-woofer
Read our review on the TOP 3 70-79″ LED TVs and decide which is best for you!
SPECS: 2013 Model, 1080p HD, 600Hz, Active 3D, Smart TV, Built-in Wi-Fi, LED-lit, picture quality of Plasma’s is usually better than those of LED TVs
CONS: Consumes more energy than LED TVs