Amazon Prime Day 2021 is finally here, and historically this annual sales event has been one of the best times of year to invest in a new TV. Last year, the best Amazon Prime Day TV deals included hundreds of dollars in savings on smart TVs from brands like TCL and Toshiba. However, we also saw steep discounts on 65-inch TVs from LG, Samsung and Sony. Even some premium OLED TVs and ultra-high-definition flatscreens were discounted during Prime Day, and we’re already seeing similar TV deals this year.
With a fresh crop of 2021 TV models starting to pop up, Prime Day 2021 is a great time to nab a solid deal on a new model or an incredible closeout deal on a TV from last year. If you’ve been wanting to upgrade your TV, (especially if you’ve managed to get your hands on a new Xbox Series X or PS5), now is the perfect time to do it. Prime Day is already underway, and runs through June 22.
To help you shop the top Prime Day TV deals before they disappear, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to. In addition, you’ll want to check out the Top Prime Day Tech Deals and Fashion Deals. For the best deals on OLED TVs, 65-inch TVs and smart TVs, bookmark this page, as we’ll be updating the deals below regularly during Prime Day 2021.
Insignia 65-Inch 4K Smart Fire TV
Starting at just $99, Fire TVs from Insignia, Toshiba and TCL are on sale for all of Prime Day. Because these flat-screens are enabled with the Fire TV platform, you don’t need an additional Fire TV Stick or Roku streaming device to access apps like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ or Youtube.
SAVE $180 NOW
Toshiba 50-Inch UHD Smart Fire TV
SAVE $120 NOW
More Insignia Fire TVs – Starting at $99
Sony Bravia A9G 77-Inch OLED TV (2019 Model)
$4499.99| NOW $2999.99
The Sony Bravia A9G was the best OLED around when it first arrived in 2019 thanks to picture quality that made movies and TV shows seemingly jump off the screen. But even a couple of generations later, it’s still an excellent TV and if you ever wanted to get your hands on a huge 4K OLED that didn’t cost as much as a new car, this is your chance: The 77-inch version is selling for $1500 less than the normal $4500 sticker price, which means that you save 33%.
Samsung The Frame
$1999.99| NOW $1597.99
Samsung’s The Frame TV is perfect for those who have an immaculately designed living room and dread the thought of a black rectangle killing the vibe. The Frame is not only a 4K QLED TV, but it’s also a digital art frame, which means that when you’re not streaming Netflix, it can display high-quality photos and digital art prints that have been optimized for this TV. And during Amazon Prime Day, you can take $400 off the usual $2000 price tag that the 65-Inch model goes for, which is a great deal for a 2021 TV.
$1099.99 | Now $898.00
The mid-range Sony Bravia X80J may have just dropped as the 2021 successor to the solid Bravia X800H that released in 2020, but lucky for you it’s already on sale, and these savings aren’t meager. Typically retailing for $1000, the sale price for the 65-inch model is down to $899 once you factor in the $100 instant savings. Sony LED TVs are typically great for sports and video games due to their low response time and input lag, and the X80J should be no exception. So if you’re a gamer on a budget or a sports fan looking for something to watch the big game on, this could be a steal for you.
Samsung TU-6950 82-Inch LED TV
$1499.99 | Now $1197.00
The TU6950 might not be as big or have the same picture quality as the X900H, but this is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen on a TV bigger than 75-inches. This 4K TV gives you 4K and HDR support, along with access to all your favorite streaming apps for less than some budget 65-inch TVs. And for those who care more about a giant picture than Dolby Vision, this might just be the sale you’ve been waiting for.
Sony Bravia X950H 75-Inch TV (2020 Model)
$2599.99 | Now $1998.00
2020 was a banner year for televisions, with every major brand dropping quality products all year long. But one of the absolute best TVs of 2020 was the Sony Bravia X950H, which was also the top Sony TV you could buy short of splurging on an OLED. And during Prime Day, the 75-inch model is on sale for $600 less than its sticker price (and $400 less than its usual Amazon price). Just because it’s last year’s model doesn’t mean that the stellar all-around picture quality is all of a sudden bad. The combination of top notch HDR performance, strong smart TV software and built in Chromecast support make this an incredibly versatile TV whether you watch sports, action flicks or BBC World News.