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This 55" 4K TV from TCL is only $148 with this Black Friday deal

TCL Series 55S20
(Image credit: TCL)

If you're thinking of making the leap to 4K as Xbox Series X and PS5 make their debut, it doesn't get much (read: any) cheaper than this for a 55" TV. Mind, TCL is a budget brand, but the quality of its TVs often belie their price tags - we even listed a TCL TV in our list of the best gaming TVs.

Point is: yes, this 55" 4K TV is absurdly cheap, but you aren't compromising on image quality and dependability as much as you might think. You've got true 4K resolution and HDR, not to mention the convenience of Roku TV, and it's all backed by a brand that's increasingly being recognized for delivering quality products at insane values.

With the launch of PS5 and Xbox Series X, 4K gaming is quickly becoming the standard. And though you can easily spend upwards of $5 grand on a 4K TV, brands are stepping up to the plate to let gamers working with tighter budgets enjoy all of those sweet, sweet pixels. Still, a 55" 4K for under $200 is basically unheard of, so this deal should absolutely not be overlooked.

TCL 55" 4K Roku Smart TV deal

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TCL 55" Class 4K UHD HDR LED Roku Smart TV: $369.99 $148 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Upgrade your gaming setup with a new 4K TV without breaking the bank. 55" is a respectable size for most bedrooms, living rooms, and dedicated gaming spaces, and you get the benefit of Roku TV to stream movies and shows on the rare occasion you aren't playing games.

If you want more options, do check out our main hub for best Black Friday TV deals, although we must warn you that none of them are as affordable as this 55" 4K job from TCL.


For everything on sale for the season, check out our guide to the best Black Friday deals overall.

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