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- Samsung is known for building top-of-the-line TVs, but many of the best ones are quite expensive.
- For a limited time, Walmart is discounting a 50-inch 4K Samsung TV by a whopping $430, bringing the price down to $319.99.
- To see the sale price, you have to add the TV to your shopping cart.
- The TV has a 4K resolution and supports HDR, plus a range of other great features.
In the market for a new TV? Samsung is known for its high-quality TVs, but often, those TVs can get pretty expensive. For a limited time, however, Walmart is discounting a 50-inch Samsung 4K TV by a whopping $430. Considering its original price of $749.99, that means the TV is more than half off, and the TV is now a very affordable $319.99.
The Samsung UN50NU7100 TV has a 4K resolution and supports HDR, plus it has a powerful upscaling engine for non-4K content. It’s also a smart TV, so it can connect to your Wi-Fi network and has popular streaming apps like Netflix and Hulu.
The fact that it has a 50-inch screen is also pretty huge, especially for this discounted price. Sure, there are bigger TVs out there, but not for this price, and besides, not everyone needs a 60-inch+ TV. It has a slim bezel and a simple, sturdy stand. You can also mount it on the wall if you prefer.
There’s plenty of connectivity on the TV, too. You’ll get three HDMI inputs, meaning you can connect your streaming box, gaming system, and cable box without the need for a receiver or other device. There are also two USB ports to power your smart streaming sticks, which is handy.
We don’t know how long this deal will last. Also, note that you have to add the TV to your shopping cart on Walmart’s site to see the sale price.
Get the Samsung UN50NU7100 from Walmart for $319.99 (originally $749.99) [You save $430]
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