Win the Super Bowl: This ‘huge’ 75-inch 4K TV is over $1,000 off

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This Sceptre 75-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV is 64 percent off—grab it while you can. (Photo: Walmart)This Sceptre 75-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV is 64 percent off—grab it while you can. (Photo: Walmart)

Need a new TV for Super Bowl Sunday? We found a massive model for a price so low, it would be criminal not to take the plunge. It was out of stock for a few weeks, but now it’s back and on sale too!

Walmart has the Sceptre 75-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV for just $778, or $1,130 off — that’s nearly 60 percent off! Haven’t heard of Sceptre? Get to know it: This wallet-friendly (yet high-quality) TV manufacturer based in California is making waves.

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 a quick three question survey will add on 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.)

Originally priced at $1,800, this Sceptre TV features a behemoth 75-inch 4K LED display with an Ultra HD resolution at 2160p for exceptionally vivid colors. It also features HDR (high dynamic range) for better color contrast and detail, so images are blissfully true-to-life. The picture quality just pops!

“Bought two of these bad boys,” wrote a five-star reviewer. “The picture is very clear. Seems like you can reach out and touch the person on the screen. The screen size is huge. Checked the 75-inch TVs and this is the best deal.”

$778 $1,800 at Walmart

This massive Sceptre is so discounted, the price seems like a mistake. (Photo: Sceptre)This massive Sceptre is so discounted, the price seems like a mistake. (Photo: Sceptre)

This massive Sceptre is so discounted, the price seems like a mistake. (Photo: Sceptre)

This 4K TV comes with four HDMI ports, so you can add a Blu-ray player, soundbar and a streaming device like Roku or Chromecast, and still have room for a video game console like an Xbox Series X/S or PlayStation 5 (if you can get your hands on one, that is). It also includes one USB port, so you can access your own photos, music and videos from a thumb drive. You can also connect your smartphone or tablet using the MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) port.

In addition to all the usual reasons to love a great TV, shoppers appreciate that it’s made in the USA.

“Besides the clearest, brightest, sharpest, prettiest, out-of-the-box picture we have ever seen, this TV has every feature you could want and none of the forced-upon-you features that you don’t want (no snooping) or need, yet pay for,” shared a satisfied Walmart shopper. “It has features that enhance viewing pleasure that we didn’t know existed, such as MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation), which makes fast motion blur almost disappear. Another goodie is the automatic contrast option, which helps greatly in dark movies (seems to be all that Hollywood does currently. U.S.-made quality!”

The Sceptre 75-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV is undeniably a great value—at $778, the price is almost too good to be true. Grab it for the Big Game before it shoots back up to retail.   

$778 $1,800 at Walmart

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