Best 75-inch TV deals: Get a large screen for just $550

For anyone checking out TV deals with a sizeable 75-inch model in mind, we’ve picked out all the best 75-inch TV deals going on right now. These days, it’s possible to buy a huge screen for far less than you’d think so we’ve included some of those, along with OLED and QLED models for anyone that wants the absolute picture quality. Whatever your intentions, take a look at what’s available below to see what works for your household, all while saving big.

  • Insignia 75-inch F30 Series 4K TV — $550, was $850
  • Hisense 75-inch U6H QLED TV — $700, was $800
  • LG 75-inch 4K TV — $850, was $900
  • Samsung 75-inch Q70A QLED TV — $1,300, was $1,600
  • LG 77-inch A2 OLED TV — $1,800, was $2,800
  • LG 77-inch B2 OLED TV — $2,300, was $2,500
  • Samsung 75-inch The Frame QLED TV — $2,300, was $3,000

Insignia 75-inch F30 Series 4K TV — $550, was $850

The Insignia F30 Series 4K TV with Fire TV, with boats on the water shown on the screen.

Instantly demonstrating that a 75-inch TV can be highly affordable these days, the Insignia 75-inch F30 Series 4K TV is huge and still offers great features. It has all the essentials like HDR support, DTS Studio Sound for a more immersive experience, and HDMI ARC and eARC for connecting it to a soundbar or AV receiver. Alexa voice controls save you from needing to tap commands into the remote while Fire TV support gives you access to thousands of channels, apps and Alexa skills so this is so much more than just your basic TV.

Hisense 75-inch U6H QLED TV — $700, was $800

The Hisense U6H Series 4K TV with a colorful display, powered by Google TV.

QLED is getting increasingly affordable as you can see with this Hisense 75-inch U6H QLED TV. QLED means you get purer and richer colors that look far more accurate than a regular 4K TV. There’s also fantastic brightness here with full array local dimming zones. A dedicated Game Mode and Filmmaker Mode is great for both purposes, ensuring the TV automatically adjusts to your needs. There’s also Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support for a more cinematic experience. Google Assistant and Alexa built-in saves you the need to use the remote quite so much too, always proving useful.

LG 75-inch 4K TV — $850, was $900

The LG UQ9000 Series 4K TV with a nature scene on the screen.

This LG 75-inch 4K TV has all the essentials. There’s the vast and excellent 4K screen but there’s also the power of LG’s a5 Gen5 AI processor which means it can upscale HD content, enhance the picture and sound as you view, and generally offer you a far superior experience than the average 75-inch TV. WebOS is a breeze to use with personalized recommendations that are actually worth paying attention to, while there’s access to all the most popular streaming services. LG also adds on over 300 free channels so there are plenty of shows and movies to check out.

Samsung 75-inch Q70A QLED TV — $1,300, was $1,600

The Samsung Q70A 4K TV on a media console in a modern loft-style dwelling.

Samsung is consistently one of the best TV brands and it shows here. The Samsung 75-inch Q70A QLED TV has all the benefits of QLED outlined above. Adding onto that, there’s Quantum HDR so you get dynamic tone mapping that draws from a wider range of colors and brightness than you’d normally see. Dual LED backlights help optimize colors and enhance contrast too. For gamers, there’s Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ technology that ensures no risk of motion blur during the fastest of moments, while a powerful 4K processor helps enhance pictures from any source so you always get the best quality. The TV will even automatically optimize for brightness and contrast depending on the room you’re in and the lighting in the area. For all your sound needs, SpaceFit Sound also tailors itself to your environment with Active Voice Amplifier helping to detect disturbances and enhancing on-screen voices as needed so you never miss a key moment of dialogue. Multiple voice assistant support rounds things off well for convenience.

LG 77-inch A2 OLED TV — $1,800, was $2,800

The LG A2 placed in a living room environment.

LG is a familiar name when checking out OLED TV deals because it knows exactly how to harness the technology so well. The LG 77-inch A2 OLED TV is a great example of that while being a little more affordable than the newer and more advanced ranges. Its OLED pixels light up independently of each other as expected so you get fantastic depth and colors, with blacks looking perfect at the same time as vibrant images too. Features like Dynamic Tone Mapping mean the TV can detect what you’re seeing and apply the optimal tone curve so things look more natural. AI Picture Pro 4K helps automatically enhance the contrast and resolution as needed so it can adapt to whatever you’re viewing. There’s also a dedicated Filmmaker Mode and one for gaming too so you don’t have to lift a finger to get the best from it. A powerful a7 Gen5 AI processor 4K does all the hard work for you. Extensive smart assistant support and a great remote rounds off the excellent set of features.

LG 77-inch B2 OLED TV — $2,300, was $2,500

The LG B2 OLED 4K TV in a living room.

LG makes some of the best OLED TVs around. If you can’t stretch to the C1 or C2 model, the LG 77-inch B2 OLED TV is still worth considering. It has all the advantages of OLED you’d expect along with LG features like a dedicated Filmmaker and Gaming mode. There’s also Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision IQ support, along with Nvidia G-Sync and FreeSync Premium. It also has two HDMI 2.1 ports so it’s perfect for connecting the latest games consoles too. A more powerful processor also gives you functionality like AI Sound Pro where the TV automatically up-mixes 2-channel audio into virtual 5.1.2 channel sound for a more immersive experience.

Samsung 75-inch The Frame QLED TV — $2,300, was $3,000

The Samsung 65-inch The Frame QLED TV placed on a wall in an attractive living room.

One of the best QLED TV deals around, the Samsung 75-inch The Frame QLED TV is something special. It easily tops the best QLED TVs you can buy at the moment but there’s so much more to it. The key selling point is its Art Mode. It’s a TV designed to be wall-mounted and any time you’re not watching it, it switches to showing your art collection. That can be either art from the Samsung Art Store or your own photos. A motion sensor means it knows when to play and when to rest. It looks fantastic too, easily rivalling the best TVs thanks to its phenomenal picture quality. It also uses anti-reflection technology so there’s virtually no light reflection throughout the day or night. A choice of bezels further adds to the classiness as you can adjust its look to suit your living space. Well-suited for a home that wants a high-end TV that doesn’t steal focus, this is a truly spectacular TV.

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