Best Buy's new Labor Day TV sale might be a good time for prospective TV shoppers to get a UHDTV at up to $300 off.
Many consumers looking to buy a new TV this year are likely considering Ultra HD TV (UHDTV) options as well. They might be more expensive than regular 1080p TVs, but they also boast crisper, sharper visuals for a more immersive experience.
The rise of 4K TVs has not only brought more options to the table, but has also made them more accessible to the general public. If at first 4K UHDTVs seemed like an exquisite luxury reserved only for the deep-pocketed elite, now they're more affordable.
Moreover, Best Buy's latest sale now makes them even more attractive, allowing prospective buyers to save up to $300 on select UHDTVs. The retailer's new Labor Day sale, however, is a limited-time offer set to expire on Monday, Sept. 7, so interested customers might want to take advantage of the deals while they last.
A Samsung UN60JU6500FXZA 60" class with a 60-inch diagonal LED 2160p, Smart 4K UHDTV, for instance, now goes for $1,499.99 instead of its regular price of $1,799.99, allowing for notable savings of $300.
Similarly, a Sony 65" Class with a 64.5-inch diagonal LED 2160p, Smart 4K UHDTV now costs $1,799.99, marking a $300 discount off its regular price of $2,099.99.
Another Samsung 60" Class option, UN60JS7000FXZA, meanwhile, comes with a 60-inch diagonal 2160p, Smart 4K UHDTV for $1,799.99, also allowing for savings of $300 off the regular $2,099.99 price.
An LG 60" Class with a 59.5-inch diagonal LED 2160p, 4K Ultra HD TV, model 60UF7700 is also on offer with a $300 discount, available now for $1,499.99 instead of its regular price of $1,799. For this model, however, Best Buy only lists the pricing after you add it to your cart. You can remove it from the cart at any time, but you have to add it to see how much it costs.
While most discounts are up to $300, however, you might also get the chance to save even more. For instance, the LG 65" Class 65UF6800 with a 64.5-inch diagonal LED 2160p, Smart 4K Ultra HD TV is now $1,599.99 instead of its regular $1,999.99 price, which means the discount is even heftier at $400.
These are just a few options available as part of Best Buy's new sale, but check out the retailer's website for even more deals.