Save on a new smart TV including up to $1,100 off a Sony 65-inch OLED display

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Sony Oled 4k A9g (Image credit: Sony)

If you're looking for a new TV, Amazon's Epic Daily Deals have a few options for you from Sony today. The biggest deal is Sony's 2019 65-inch OLED smart TV on sale for $1,699.99. According to this TV's price history it has never gone below $2,500 before. In fact, the same TV is currently $3,000 at Best Buy, and it has sold much higher than that in the past. These days the street price is around $2,800 most of the time, but that still makes today's deal an $1,100 discount.

Sure, this is a 2019 model and Sony has since released models with more modern tech, but 2019 was not that long ago. This is still a great TV, and this price is ridiculous. It might be my favorite deal from Amazon's Epic Daily Deals so far.

If that price tag is still a little too steep, Amazon has a couple of other options for you. You can grab the Sony X950H 4K Smart TV on sale in either the 55-inch or 65-inch versions. Pay just $949.99 ($250 off) or $1,199.99 ($300 off) respectively. These are high-quality TVs with 4K resolution, Sony's X1 processor that can boost image quality and upscale content, full array local dimming for improved picture, and more. They also have Android TV and work with either Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.

Sony's Bravia OLED TV also has Android TV with Google Assistant built right in. Of course it can work with Amazon Alexa through an Alexa-enabled device. It also has Apple HomeKit support, and you can use Apple AIrPlay 2 to stream content straight from your mobile device.

Of course, the OLED TV includes amazing image quality and the tech to back it up. The Pixel Contrast Booster supercharges every pixel. Sony's Master of Quality feature ensures you're watching your favorite movies exactly as the creator intended you to with the best picture possible. The TV even has a triluminos display, which provides advanced color and gradation.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.