If you are looking to pick up a TV this festive season and have not already done so, there is still hope as Flipkart and Amazon have an interesting set of offers.

Best TV deals on Amazon and Flipkart festival sales

It feels like the sale season doesn’t want to end. Every week ecommerce giants are introducing offers you may not want to refuse. The Flipkart sale is from 1st to 5th November where as the Amzon sale is from 2nd to 5th November. If you are looking to pick up a TV, then the following deals may entice you.

Thomson’s UD9 series of TVs are on sale. The TV is available in 43, 50 and 55-inch variants. All three variants have discounts. If the 55-inch 4K variant is what you are looking for then you can get the TV for Rs 36,999. The TV would have otherwise cost you Rs 49,999. The smart TV comes with 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports for your connectivity needs.

If a full HD 40-inch Android TV is what you are looking for, then you can consider the iFFALCON. It runs on Android out of the box, comes in 32, 40 and 49-inch variants. The 40-inch variant which would have cost you Rs 26,999 can be yours for Rs 19,999.

If size is what you want, then you can consider the 65-inch TCL TV. The TV which would have cost you Rs 1,49,900 can be yours for Rs 74,990. The TV has a 4K resolution and comes with 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports for your connectivity needs.

If you want to get onto the OLED bandwagon, then you can consider the LG C8 OLED TV. The TV is a part of LG 2018’s AI TV offering and has impressive 4K HDR picture quality. The TV which would have cost you Rs 254,990 can be yours for Rs 1,69,990.

If you don’t want an OLED but want to get on LGs 2018 AI bandwagon, then you can consider the 43-inch Full HD TV. It comes with LG’s own WebOS. The TV has 2 HDMI ports and 1 USB port for your connectivity needs. The TV which would have cost you Rs 59,990 can be yours for Rs 42,990.

If you want to get on the 4K bandwagon and don’t want a large TV, then you can consider the Panasonic 4k Tv. It is available in 43, 49 and 55-inches. The 43-inch variant which would have cost you Rs 73,900 can be yours for Rs 46,990. The TV has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports for your connectivity needs. 

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