There Are Some EPIC TV Deals On Amazon You Won't Want To Miss

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We're not far away from the festivities and Boxing Day Sales, but it looks like the deals are starting to roll in a little earlier than we'd expected.

But we're not complaining, especially as it looks like now could be a great time to upgrade your TV set for less.

Amazon has a ton of offers going, which you can browse right here, but we've picked out our top five which we thought stood out from the crowd.

And if you've managed to secure a PS5 or Xbox Series X, make sure to check out the epic saving on the LG C1 OLED. It packs a load of gaming-orientated features such as super low input lag, HDMI 2.1 compatibility for 120hz, 4K gaming, and much more!

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This LG C1 65" OLED TV Is Back On Sale...And Over $700 Off!

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One of the best 120hz TVs for gaming, this powerhouse OLED is a must-have if you're looking to get the most out of Xbox Series X and PS5.

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This All-New Insignia 55 inch Is Now Only $339.99!

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For a 55", 4K Smart TV, that's a great price for either main room or bedroom setup.

Save A Massive $201.99 Off This Sony X85J 50 Inch 4K TV (2021 Model)

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Packs a 120hz refresh rate, plus DOLBY Vision...aka, the best of the best when it comes to HDR.
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This 50 inch 4K TV Is Down To Only $279.99, Saving You Almost $200!

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Another great choice for either an extra room or your main living room setup. Great for gaming or everyday streaming.
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Save $250 On This Epic 4K, 120hz TV From Hisense

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120hz, 4K ULED for super-smooth gaming, plus has both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

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If you haven't been able to find something this time around, why not check out some of our buying guides which include what we think are the best TVs for different budgets, usages, and requirements.