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Walmart knocked nearly $500 off Samsung's stunning 43-inch 4K TV—get a ridonculous 57 percent off!

Score this 43-inch 4K stunner before it sells out—it's only $378!

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Save a whopping 57 percent on this Samsung Ultra HD LED Smart TV--tedious beige wallpaper not included. (Photo: Walmart)Save a whopping 57 percent on this Samsung Ultra HD LED Smart TV--tedious beige wallpaper not included. (Photo: Walmart)

Save a whopping 57 percent on this Samsung Ultra HD LED Smart TV--tedious beige wallpaper not included. (Photo: Walmart)

It’s not often that the words Samsung and sale are in the same sentence, but sometimes you find an amazing deal that makes you question everything.

Hidden deep on Walmart’s website is this Samsung 43-inch Class 4K Crystal Ultra HD LED Smart TV, now on sale for just $379—or $492 off its list price. That’s a 57 percent savings, ridiculous under any circumstances; all the more so coming from such an iconic name in home electronics.

In fact, Walmart has this 4K TV for the lowest price on the internet right now—that's right, even cheaper than at Samsung.com.

And, you’ll get free unlimited shipping with Walmart+. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 15-day trial here, but fill out a quick three-question survey and get an additional two more weeks for a solid 30 days of use. (And by the way, those without Walmart+ still get free shipping on orders of $35 or more.)

Exceptional and vivid picture

Originally priced at $870, this 4K smart TV has an impressive 43-inch display with a full 4K Ultra HD resolution, vivid colors and deep black levels. It produces exceptional picture quality with support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) movies and TV shows for the best 4K viewing experience around.

Walmart shoppers say it's better than LG TVs comparable model and perfect for gaming too. "Upgraded from a LG, this is way better. Perfect for gaming and watching The Office," shared a five-star reviewer.

Travel ban? What travel ban? Get yourself some 4K Crystal Ultra HD and head for the hills!  (Photo: Walmart)Travel ban? What travel ban? Get yourself some 4K Crystal Ultra HD and head for the hills!  (Photo: Walmart)

Travel ban? What travel ban? Get yourself some 4K Crystal Ultra HD and head for the hills! (Photo: Walmart)

Superior sound

Meanwhile, it’s no slouch in the audio department either. The sound quality on this Samsung 4K TV is world-class—so immersive and rich, you might not even need a soundbar. “I was blown out of my seat the minute I turned on this TV. The picture was spectacular, the sound was superb! The setup was very simple. Best TV I've ever had,” wrote a delighted Walmart shopper.

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Plus, it’s also Wi-Fi-enabled with smart home support for Alexa, Google Assistant, as well as Samsung’s Bixby and video streaming features included. Translation: You don’t have to buy a separate video streaming device to watch Netflix, YouTube, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Hulu, Disney+ and much more. It’s baked in the cake and ready to go as soon as you turn it on.

The Samsung 4K TV also includes three HDMI ports for a Blu-ray player or video game console, along with dual USB ports, so you can bring your own media to the party too.

At $378 (was $870), you won’t find another premium 4K TV with this high-performance picture quality and all of these primo features at this low price. And, at a big-but-not-too-big 43-inch, It's an ideal set for a small living room, den or basement 'man-cave.'

"For the price vs quality, this TV is a steal," raved another five-star Walmart reviewer. Our advice? Pick one up before they sell out!

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