12 Best Fourth of July TV Sales Still Available at Walmart

The calendar may read July 5, but Fourth of July sales are still going strong over at Walmart.

It’s the summer of sports, with various soccer tournaments in full swing and the Olympics just three weeks away — why not treat yourself to a new TV to watch all of it on?

Right now, you can score some great deals on top TV brands at Walmart. Of course, this includes the newest model of Samsung’s customer-fave Frame TV and a whopping $2,000 in savings on Samsung’s Terrace outdoor TV just in time for the height of BBQ season.

Below, we rounded up 12 of the best TV deals currently available to shop on Walmart, from midsize HD models to the latest and greatest in 4K.

  • The Frame QLED 4K LS03D
    Photo: Walmart

    It’s the TV we all know and love… for $200 off! Save on the Frame TV, which turns into impressively real-looking artwork when you’re not watching TV, for a limited time.

  • Samsung 55-inch Class QLED 4K The Terrace Smart TV
    Photo: Amazon

    Though this TV is optimized for outdoor use and waterproof rated, it’s done so without sacrificing quality. The 4K QLED screen was engineered specifically to be watched outdoors in daylight with a wide viewing angle, and anti-glare screen. Now you don’t have to pick between watching the game inside or enjoying a summer BBQ outside.

  • onn 50 inch roku tv
    Photo: Walmart

    onn. is one of Walmart’s in-house brands and this 75-inch TV is a best-seller. Reviewers note that the TV has great quality, especially considering the low price.

  • LG Evo C4 Series OLED Smart TV
    Photo: Walmart

    Save $400 on one of LG’s newest Evo TVs — and even better, get an additional year of protection on the TV included in the discounted price.

  • VIZIO 65" Class 4K UHD LED HDR Smart TV
    Photo: Walmart

    Another Walmart bestseller is this Vizio 4K TV, which is currently available on sale for less than $400.

  • sony bravia 7 K65XR70
    Photo: Walmart

    The Sony Bravia 7 is a mini-LED QLED TV with 4K resolution, Dolby Vision, and high dynamic range for the lightest light colors and darkest black shades no matter what you’re watching. It also has Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound audio.

  • Samsung 55-Inch Class Neo QLED 4K QN90C Series Smart TV
    Photo: Amazon

    Brighter brights, darker blacks, and crisp, lifelike contrast between the two — it’s all there thanks to Samsung’s Neo Quantum High Dynamic Range and colors validated by Pantone. Not streaming something optimized for 4K? That’s okay, because this TV upscales full HD to 4K thanks to a quantum processor.


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  • TCL 55" Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV
    Photo: Walmart

    TCL’s Roku TVs are proof that you don’t have to break the bank to get a well-reviewed TV with 4K resolution, a Roku interface, and HDR technology.

  • LG 70” 4K UHD Smart TV
    Photo: Walmart

    Score a 70-inch smart TV with a 4.4/5 star rating from over 2,000 reviews — all for less than $500.

  • LG C3 Series 42" Class OLED evo 4K Processor Smart TV
    Photo: Amazon

    An ultra-thin OLED screen is a highlight of this TV. It also has Dolby Atmos sound and uses AI to analyze what you’re watching and adjust picture settings accordingly. Plus, in addition to the $500 discount, you can get two years of an enhanced warranty for no additional cost.

  • Hisense 58" Class 4K UHD LED LCD Roku Smart TV
    Photo: Walmart

    Not everyone needs a gigantic TV, you know? Right now, you can save $94 on a 43-inch 4K TV from Hisense. Great quality for under $200 — who says no?

  • TCL 32" Class 3-Series Full HD 1080p LED Smart Roku TV
    Photo: Walmart

    Most 32-inch TVs on the market only go up to 720p in quality, so this one from TCL with 1080p full HD quality feels like a steal at just $128.


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This article was written by Angela Tricarico, Commerce Writer/Reporter for Decider. Angela keeps readers up to date with cord-cutter-friendly deals, how to watch your favorite sports teams and movies on each streaming service and the very best in tech, like soundbars, to enhance your viewing experience. Not only does Angela test and compare the services, devices and merch she writes about, but she’s also a superfan specializing in the intersection of shopping, tech and pop culture. Prior to joining Decider and New York Post in 2023, she wrote about streaming and consumer tech at Insider Reviews. 


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