Prime Day TV Deals for 2024 Are Live! Here's How to Save

Amazon's shopping event is a decent time to shop for a new set, and we're seeing deals on Fire TVs, Samsung sets, and more.
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When shopping on Prime Day, some customers may be on the hunt for a new TV. While Prime Day doesn't have the same level of deals that we tend to see on Black Friday, that doesn't mean it's not worth checking out. We've got the breakdown on top TV deals for Prime Day 2024 below.

Curious about when Amazon's holiday will occur? It's happening now! Amazon Prime Day 2024 started on Tuesday, July 16, and goes through Wednesday, July 17. That means today is the last day of Prime Day 2024! Learn more about ways to save this year through our Prime Day deals overview, plus our guides to Prime Day Kindle and Apple deals.

Top Prime Day TV Deals to Shop Now

Amazon Fire TVAmazon Device Prime Day Deals
Discount: Up to 72% off
Shipping: Free shipping

Prime Day often brings sizable savings on Amazon devices, and 2024 is no different! You can get up to a hefty 72% off Fire TVs in a range of sizes, Fire TV sticks, and other Amazon products to boot with this sale.

Samsung The Frame LS03B Series TVSamsung TV and Audio Prime Day Deals
Discount: Up to 45% off
Shipping: Free shipping

Do you prefer Samsung sets over other TVs? You're in luck! A selection of Samsung TVs, speakers, and soundbars are discounted for Prime Day 2024. Deals vary but go up to almost half off! Among the TV savings is a Samsung The Frame 55" LS03B Series 4K QLED TV for $997.99. That's $500 off!

Hisense 75U6NHisense 75" Class U6 Series Mini-LED ULED 4K UHD Google Smart TV
Price: $749.99
Shipping: Free shipping

The Hisense brand is often overlooked for being more generic rather than one of the top names, but plenty of Hisense sets deserve the place of honor in your living room. This 75" set is huge but comes at a very reasonable price of about $750, which is 38% off. It features mini-LED and a Hi-View Engine for a better viewing experience, plus Game Mode Plus for superior gaming sessions, Google TV, and more. Request the manufacturer's warranty from customer service, but shop easy knowing that this TV qualifies for Amazon's Voluntary 30-Day Return Guarantee. We've seen a few deals for this set, so if you're considering an upgrade, now might be the time to do it.

Amazon Fire TV 2-Series HD32N200A TVAmazon Fire TV 2-Series HD32N200A 32" 720p HDR LED Smart TV
Price: $99.99
Shipping: Free shipping

If your Prime Day goal is to score a solidly discounted cheap TV, don't ignore this Fire TV. The set is 50% off, $10 cheaper than when we mentioned it a few weeks back, and at Amazon's all-time low price! As with any low-priced set, just don't expect all the bells and whistles. For instance, this TV supports 720p resolution instead of 1080p Full HD.

TCL 55QM751G TVTCL 55" QM7 QLED 4K Smart QD-Mini LED TV
Price: $498
Shipping: Free shipping

This is a super-affordable 55" smart TV from a respectable brand. And for Prime Day, it's priced at 29% off. It features 4K resolution, QD-Mini LEDs, a 120Hz refresh rate, the TCL AIPQ PRO Processor with Deep Learning AI, HDR Ultra, and more. Reach out to customer service for the warranty info if you're curious. Also note that this set doesn't go on sale very often — so if you're sold, consider picking it up during Prime Day.

NOTE: The information below was compiled before Prime Day sales went into full swing. Please refer to the info above before making any shopping plans.

Prime Day TV Deals FAQs

What Is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is a shopping event the online retailer introduced in 2015 to show its appreciation for members paying for Prime memberships. It was a single day of deals then, but over the last 10 years Prime Day has grown to a 48-hour event with exciting offers to tide shoppers over until Black Friday.

What Should You Expect When Shopping for TVs?

TVs that go on sale around Prime Day can include top brands like Samsung, Sony, and LG. But most of what is on sale at Amazon during that time is the retailer's selection of Fire TVs. There likely won't be a ton on sale for Prime Day in general (unless you shop other retailers, too) — last year, we only saw 10 TV deals for Prime Day. The discounts can vary, but on average it's reasonable to expect at least $200 off popular name-brand models.

Some of the most impressive models on sale last Prime Day included the Samsung The Frame 55" TV for $988, marking the first time we'd seen that particular model drop below the $1,000 threshold. This high-end model features an Art Mode that displays artwork when the TV is off, 4K native resolution, HDR10 compatibility, Tizen Smart TV, and more.

Another notable offer was for the Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 65" 4K smart TV for $560. In addition to the native 4K resolution, this model boasted Dolby Vision HDR, voice control via Amazon Alexa, and multiple ports.

One of the most popular offers last year was actually for an Amazon Omni 43" 4K HDR smart TV for $100. The only catch was that it was an invite-only deal. That meant in order to get that super-low price, you had to score an invite and be fast enough when the invitation arrived to grab the TV before it sold out.

How Much Can You Save on TVs During Prime Day?

Depending on the brand, you can expect to save up to 50% on select TVs, or an average of $200. When looking for TVs on Prime Day, keep in mind that you have to be a Prime member to shop the event, and the amount of deals offered up tends to be far less than what the shopping holidays of Black Friday and Cyber Monday bring. These other holidays offer more TV deals than Prime Day does, with a wider range of prices and discounts that fit a larger variety of budgets.

Do You Need a Prime Membership to Shop?

If you're shopping at Amazon on Prime Day, you'll need a Prime membership to take advantage of most of the deals you see. While non-Prime members can certainly shop during that time, they won't be privy to the special savings and noteworthy deals that could pop up.

Consider signing up for the DealNews Select newsletter, which drops a bunch of handpicked hottest deals into your inbox every weekday. You can also set a deal alert for products you're interested in and receive a notification when they go on sale.

Julie Ramhold
Senior Staff Writer/Consumer Analyst

Julie's work has been featured on CNBC, GoBankingRates, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, Money, The New York Times, Real Simple, US News, WaPo, WSJ, Yahoo!, and more. She's extolled the virtues of DealNews in interviews with Cheddar TV, GMA, various podcasts, and affiliates across the United States, plus one in Canada.

DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).


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