Labor Day TV sales have grounded hundreds of LG and Sony OLED devices

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Labor Day is another good time of the year to buy a new TV. Although sales aren’t as widespread as Black Friday or even the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, this weekend still has TV deals worth considering. Lots of 4K Smart TVs have been discounted via Amazon, Best Buy, and other sites, but those looking for an OLED range will find a number of new models discounted by the hundreds. Here are the best Labor Day TV sales we can find.

Sony Bravia XR A80J OLED 4K TV 55 Inch

One of Sony’s premium OLED TVs, the 55-inch Bravia XR A80J, is down $1,700 on Amazon and Best Buy, or $600 off its regular price. It packs most of Sony’s best TV technology into one package, including the XR Cognitive Processor, HDMI 2.1 support, 4K upscaling, XR Motion Clarity, enhanced audio with Acoustic Surface Audio+, and built-in speakers. It also works on Google TV OS, so you can call the assistant for all your entertainment needs.
Buy the Bravia XR A80J OLED at Amazon – $1700 Buy the Bravia XR A80J OLED at Best Buy – $1700

48 inch Sony Bravia A9S OLED 4K TV

Amazon and Best Buy ditched $500 off Sony’s 48-inch Bravia A9S OLED TV, bringing it down to $1,300. It runs on the company’s X1 Ultimate processor and supports HDR, Dolby Vision, Acoustic Surface Audio, X-Motion Clarity, AirPlay 2, and more.
Buy the Bravia A9S OLED at Amazon – $1,300 Buy the Bravia A9S OLED at Amazon – $1,300

LG G1 OLED evo 4K TV 55 inch

The 55-inch LG G1 OLED TV will set you back $1,900 if you get it this weekend, saving you $300 off its regular price. It is part of the Gallery series and uses OLED evo panel technology, which delivers better brightness and clearer whites than standard OLED screens. It also runs on the LG a9 Gen4 AI Processor 4K and supports features like G-SYNC, FreeSync, OLED Motion Pro, and voice commands via Alexa and Google Assistant.
Buy the G1 OLED evo from Amazon – $1900 Buy the G1 OLED evo at Best Buy – $1900

LG A1 OLED 4K TV 55 Inch

The latest LG OLED lineup has been available for a few months now, and now you can get the 55-inch A1 model for $1,300. The A1 series is the least expensive of the bunch, making these kits good options for anyone looking to upgrade to OLED while on a budget.
Buy A1 OLED at Best Buy – $1300

TCL 4 Series 4K Roku TV 55 Inch

If you’re looking for a basic upgrade to your living room tube, the TCL Roku 55-inch TV can do the trick. It’s on sale now for $430 and includes 4K HDR support, 4K upscaling, four HDMI inputs, and voice control with Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant.
Buy TCL 4 Series 4K Roku TV at Best Buy – $430

Samsung The Frame 4K TV 50 Inch

65 inch Samsung The Frame LED 4K TV
Samsung

The 50-inch Samsung Smart Frame 4K TV is down to $1,148 right now, or roughly $150 from its regular price. This is the TV to get if you’d rather look at something more interesting than a black box when you’re not actually watching a TV show or movie. Its Art Mode lets you select images to display on the screen whenever you want, and it supports 4K AI upscaling and true color using Quantum Dot technology.
Buy The Frame 50″ at Amazon – $1148 Buy The Frame 50″ TV from Samsung – $1150

55 inch Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 4K TV

55 inch Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 4K TV
Samsung

Best Buy slashed the price of the 55-inch Samsung QN90A Neo 4K TV $150, bringing it down to $1,550. This kit uses tiny LEDs to improve contrast, and it supports Quantum HDR 32X technology for vibrant colors. It also includes 4K AI upscaling, 120Hz refresh rate, Motion Blur Reduction technology, and more.
Buy the QN90A Neo QLED TV from Best Buy – $1550 Buy the Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV – $1550

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