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Here's your chance to snag TCL's 65-inch 4K Roku TV on sale for just $500

With the Super Bowl only days away, now's a better time than ever to upgrade to the TCL 65-inch 4K Roku Smart LED TV (65R615). It just dropped to $499.99 at Best Buy, returning to the lowest price it's ever had there at $230 off. That's crazy low considering the same spec TV sells for nearer $900 at Amazon (opens in new tab) and Walmart (opens in new tab).

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This is the 2018 version of one of TCL's best TVs. Includes 4K resolutions, support for HDR through Dolby Vision and others, full array local dimming, and the full Roku smart platform. Connect more with the three HDMI ports.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

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The 65R615 is TCL's 2018 Roku TV model, though it has pretty much all you need in a 4K set right now. It features 4K resolution along with upscaling for current HD content. It also supports Dolby Vision HDR content, has precise colors and deep blacks, and has a 178-degree viewing angle so everyone in the room has a great view. There are dual 8W main channel speakers.

It also has Roku's built-in library filled with 4K and HDR content for you to watch. Roku has one of the best smart platform libraries around with access to all your favorite apps, like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and so many more. That means you won't need to have a device like the Amazon Fire Stick (opens in new tab) to stream; this TV can do it all on its own, though there are three HDMI inputs for hookng up any games consoles or set-top boxes you need to and a USB input for devices like camcorders.

We reviewed the 55-inch version of this TV on release and gave it 4.5 stars and a Recommended award. The review said this TV "is one of those products that hits that sweet spot between performance and price." It's not that this is the greatest quality television or has the most advanced features. It's that what this TV says it does - it does very well. Besides the size, the only difference between the 55R617 in that review and the 65R615 on sale at Best Buy today, is the voice-enabled remote. That's no big deal, though, as you can pick one of those up (opens in new tab) for under $20.

The TV works Google Assistant devices for voice control, which is handy considering the bundled Nest Mini utlizies Google's smart assistant. You can use it to turn on or off your TV, search for content, control playback, and more. Plus, it works as a smart home speaker for all of the other stuff you would expect like playing songs from Spotify, finding out about the weather or news, setting timers and alarms, and controlling your other compatible smart home devices.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
1 Comment
  • WHY? When you can get a better brand, LG, and without that garbage roku stuff for $50 less at Walmart. You can put that extra money to a fire stick and have a real smartTV experience. Though the LG OS supports most of the popular apps already. The only thing it's missing is dolby vision, but most stuff is in HDR10 anyways.