Memorial Day TV sales have begun: half-price Sony and Toshiba

Sony Memorial Day TV sale
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While the official Memorial Day sale 2022 is still a few days away, we know that retailers always start cutting prices early. And while we expect to see the biggest deals the weekend before Memorial Day itself (Monday 30 May, if you're wondering), with these TV deals, you might not want to wait.

If you're looking at paying for a truly stunning screen, we're already seeing deals on big hitters too. There's a Sony 50-inch Bravia TV down $400 from $999.99 to just $598 at Walmart, and Amazon has a superb Toshiba 55-inch LED 4K UHD TV reduced from $799.99 to $399.99.

If you want a truly massive screen, you can save a whopping $1,007 on a 75in Sony Bravia at Walmart, taking a normally inaccessible screen down to $998. Or, at the other end of the spectrum, Walmart has one of the most affordable big 4K screens we've seen, the Hisense 58-inch 4K TV, down from $338 to just $298. A saving of $40 might not sound like much, but a 58-inch 4K TV for under $300 is a bargain in our eyes, and this model got a rave review at our sister site TechRadar thanks to its rich colour output and Roku smart TV features.

If you want more Memorial Day Sale 2022 deals, we've got you covered. We've also started to compile the very best Apple Memorial Day sale

In the UK? Then scroll down to see TV deals on your side of the Atlantic too.

The best early Memorial Day TV sale deals

Sony 75-inch Bravia TV: $2,004.95

Sony 75-inch Bravia TV: $2,004.95 $998 at Walmart
Save $1,006.95:
And if you're after a truly massive screen, then you'll love this 75in Sony Bravia. This TV is normally as expensive as it is big, and, ok, so it's still hardly cheap, but a huge 50% saving makes this a lot more accessible.

Toshiba 55-inch Class M550 LED 4K UHD Smart TV:  $799.99

Toshiba 55-inch Class M550 LED 4K UHD Smart TV: $799.99 $399.99 at Amazon
Save $400:
This Toshiba 4K UHD TV could be a great home entertainment upgrade, with a wide colour gamut and full-array local dimming, and it's now half price. There are similar discounts on the big 65in and 75in models too.

Sony 50-inch Bravia TV: $999.99

Sony 50-inch Bravia TV: $999.99 $598 at Walmart
Save $400:
This Sony option may have a slightly smaller screen, but, well, it's Sony, with a X1 4K HDR Processor to reduce digital noise and up detail. And $400 off is a brilliant deal.

Hisense 58-inch 4K TV: $338

Hisense 58-inch 4K TV: $338 $298 at Walmart
Save $40: This is one isn't such a massive saving in dollar terms, but it takes what was also a very good value TV under the $300 mark, making it one of the best value 4K TVs of this size that we've seen.

The best TV deals in the UK

Hisense 58-inch 4K TV: £449

Hisense 58-inch 4K TV: £449  £399 at Amazon
Save £50: UK readers can also grab a bargain on a 58in Hisense 4k TV, with this HDR smart TV now just £399 at Amazon.

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Beren Neale
Deals Editor

Beren has worked on creative tech magazines and websites at Future Publishing for 13 years. He started this journey as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, and in 2012 found himself bridging the magazine/website divide as Commissioning Editor on the newly launched Creative Bloq. Since then he took the editor role on ImagineFX, was Launch Editor of the fine art magazine Paint & Draw, moved to Canon Pro Europe website as Deputy Editor, and then edited the graphic design magazine Computer Arts. In 2020 he moved back to Creative Bloq, the biggest global art and design website, and as Deals Editor has applied his expertise in creative tech to help digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need and love. Outside of work, Beren likes nothing better than to climb himself a bit of rock.