Score a 58-inch Hisense QLED TV for just $350 at Amazon before Prime Day

This TV is typically a bargain even at its $599 regular price. Get it even cheaper now during this discounted early Prime Day deal.
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Prime Day doesn’t officially start until Tuesday, July, but you can already score one of the best deals we have seen in a while. Right now, the Hisense U6-series 58-inch TV is just $349. This is one of the best budget-friendly TVs on the market at its regular $599 price, but it’s absolutely wild for $349.

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Hisense 58-inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV $349 (Was $599)

Hisense 58-inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

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Despite this TV’s very affordable price, it comes with a heap of high-end features that make it worthy of a spot in your living room. Hisense’s ULED tech includes Quantum Dot tech, so it’s brighter than the typical LED-lit displays you’ll find in this price range. You get access to HDMI 2.1 and eARC, which come in handy if you’re attaching advanced devices like an Apple TV, next-gen. gaming console, or surround sound system. It runs on the Amazon FireTV platform (presumably how it earned its spot in the Prime Day lineup), so you don’t even really need an external streaming box for most apps.

Simply put, this does not look like a TV that should cost less than $400, especially at 58 inches.

If you don’t need to go that big, the 50-inch model is just $299, down from a regular price of $529. That’s better-than-Black-Friday territory.

One of the best TVs available is also at its lowest price ever

If you have more cash to spend on a TV, you might want to check out Samsung’s S95B OLED TV, which is currently cheaper than it ever has been.

SAMSUNG 65-Inch Class OLED 4K S95B Series TV $1,597 (Was $1,797)

SAMSUNG 65-Inch Class OLED 4K S95B Series TV

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Samsung doesn’t make a ton of OLED TVs, but when they do, they’re typically excellent. This set is no exception. This is the 2022 model, but it offers a full suite of powerful features. The OLED panel itself is super-thin and provides the kinds of deep black levels and exemplary contrast we’ve come to expect from this technology. It offers a native 120Hz refresh rate, which is great for gaming. A full four HDMI 2.1 ports also help get the most out of current-generation gaming consoles. This is a flagship-grade TV without all the extra cost of paying for unnecessary 8K resolution.

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Stan Horaczek is the executive gear editor at Popular Science. He oversees a team of gear-obsessed writers and editors dedicated to finding and featuring the newest, best, and most innovative gadgets on the market and beyond. He lives in upstate New York with his family, a three-legged dog, and a truly unreasonable collection of hundreds of vintage film cameras and lenses.