TCL Discounts Its Popular Roku TVs In Time For March Madness

TCL is discounting its 3-Series, 4-Series and 6-Series Roku TVs, just in time for March Madness - which starts next week. Allowing you to get a new TV to watch the many, many basketball games in the next few weeks, leading up to the national championship on April 8 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

To start things off, the TCL 3-Series is on sale, ranging from a 28-inch for $129 to a 49-inch for $219.99. So as you can tell this range doesn't get to the big screens, but they are definitely pretty inexpensive. The 3-Series are all Full HD TVs, so it's not quite 4K, but still a great image. You can pick up the TCL 3-Series Roku TVs from Amazon using the links below.

Next up is the TCL 4-Series. This is the lineup to get if you want a good TV, but don't want to spend a fortune. These are all 4K TVs with HDR support. There is no Dolby Vision here, that is saved for the more high-end TCL 6-Series. With this being 4K, it will upscale your content from 1080p to 4K, which still looks great, because it's four times the resolution.

The TCL 4-Series ranges from a 43-inch at $239, all the way up to $1049 for a huge 75-inch TV. You can pick them up from Amazon using the links below.

Finally we have the TCL 6-Series, which offers the best TVs that TCL has. These are available in 55-inch and 65-inch models (there is a 75-inch version, but that's not on sale right now). The 6-Series does include Dolby Vision, which is going to provide you with some rather stunning picture quality. Of course there is support for HDR10 here as well. If you want the best TV available, with Roku built-in, the 6-Series is the one to get.

The TCL 6-Series is available in 55-inch for $579 or a 65-inch size for $929.99. And they can be picked up from Amazon using the links below.

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