Deal: Hisense 50-inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Roku TV for $298 - 11/24/17

Sam's Club has discounted Hisense's latest 50-inch Ultra HD Roku TV model, bringing it down to $298. That is good for $100 off of the regular price, and also makes it one of the more affordable 50-inch 4K TV's that also has HDR. The majority of those that are 4K and this size, at lower prices are neglecting HDR. So this is a great deal.

The Hisense 50-inch Roku TV here is a 4K HDR model, which means you are going to be getting a pretty incredible image on the display. It is an LED TV, and not an OLED, which is no surprise, based on the price here. There are 3 HDMI ports, 1 USB port, a component port and an Ethernet port available on this one. The Ethernet port will come in handy when it comes to time to stream content that's in 4K. Now this is a Smart TV, and instead of having a clunky UI onboard, Hisense has joined the Roku family. Which means you get access to loads of great apps and games on your TV without needing to buy an additional set-top box. That is definitely useful for those that are looking to pick up a new TV and cut the cord. On Roku, you'll find a ton of great apps like Netflix, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, Hulu, HBO Now, SHOWTIME, DIRECTV NOW, Sling TV and many more. There are over 500,000 TV shows and Movies available on the Roku platform, with more coming each and every day.

At Sam's Club, you will need to have a membership to get this Hisense TV at this price. Otherwise, you will encounter a 10% non-membership fee on the price here. Which would still be cheaper than the regular price, but it's worth it to grab a membership as Sam's Club has a ton of other great deals right now. This deal on this TV is good through November 26th.

Hisense 50-inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Roku TV
Expires

Nov. 26th, 2017

$298
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