Congratulations! You’ve just stumbled across one of the best 4K TV deals you’re going to find this side of Black Friday. We aren’t kidding — Walmart has the humongous 75-inch Samsung NU6900, dropping it down to just $948 ($93 per month, including sales tax, if you decide to take advantage of the retailer’s 12-month financing plan).
So, what does all that money get you? Just about everything you could ever need in a TV, really. There is a crystal-clear 75-inch 4K Ultra HD screen affixed to the front, and Samsung’s intuitive Tizen OS smart software under the hood for one-click access to all the premier streaming services, like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix — no set-top box or streaming stick required.
Plus, the television is decked out with Samsung’s trademark UHD Engine (a fancy name for its souped-up 4K Upscale Engine) for transforming HD and Full HD material into a higher 4K Ultra HD resolution. There’s also HDR10+, which can be called upon to squeeze additional detail from the content at hand — so long as it’s supported, as most recent movies and shows are.
Bundle all that together and you come out with a versatile, supersized 4K TV that can immerse you in just about everything you could possibly throw its way — be it tuning into Thursday Night Football or battling to the end in Fortnite or bingeing the latest must-see series on Netflix.
Being the space-stealer it is, the 75-inch Samsung NU6900 isn’t going to fit through everyone’s front door, let alone on the wall. If you’re in need of something a tad smaller, there are a number of other fantastic 4K TVs on sale right now, including a 50-inch Vizio D-Series for $260, a 55-inch Samsung RU7200 for $500, and a 65-inch LG NanoCell 6-Series for $1,000.
Looking for more great deals? Take a look at our deals hub, where we’ll teach you how to find the best offers on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Not sure what makes a fantastic television? Check out our comprehensive TV Buying Guide. Need a hand choosing a soundbar to pair with your shiny new 4K TV? We’ve rounded up some of the best discounted models, right here.
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