BEST Buy shoppers are raving about a 75-inch smart TV on sale for over $300 off.
According to the listing on Best Buy’s website, the TCL Roku TV features a 4K UHD resolution that creates a “lifelike” streaming experience and an LED display that makes colors pop on the screen.
Best Buy says the 75-inch screen is a “perfect” addition to your family rooms and home theaters.
The smart TV also gives you access to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and more.
Originally priced at $799.99, this TV is currently on sale for just $479.99, or $40 per month.
The offer also includes some free goodies.
Buyers get three months of Apple TV+ free and new subscribers get a free month of FuboTV with their TV purchase.
You can get a two-year protection plan for an additional $69.99 or a five-year protection plan for $99.99.
The smart TV has a 4.6-star rating with over 100 satisfied customers.
One shopper wrote online: “What are you waiting for? Buy it already!!!”
The customer had a great streaming experience with the TV and said it was easy to install.
“Beautiful TV!!! Assembly was child’s play. He has really beautiful images and sound!” they wrote.
A second customer thought it was a fantastic deal.
“Great picture, great price with built-in Roku. Great,” they wrote.
Another shopper raved about the Roku device, saying, “I love this TV! The picture is beautiful! I love the built-in Roku.”
However, not every customer was happy with the TV and claimed it was “junk”.
One shopper wrote: “Rubbish. Has a permanent audio delay that doesn’t go away even after 2 months when new. I did everything.”
Another customer complained about both the sound and the picture.
“The worst sound on TV ever and the WiFi kept dropping out even though the TV was 90cm away from the router. “It was difficult to see the image in a well-lit room,” said the angry shopper.
A third couldn’t even use the TV after it came out of the box.
“The TV stopped working immediately after unpacking. The entire screen was covered in digital colored lines,” the customer said.
TCL responded to this comment and apologized that the TV was damaged upon arrival.
“All of our TVs and packaging are designed to withstand the rigors of shipping, but sometimes things happen that are beyond our control. We take great measures to ensure that the TVs we ship are in good working condition,” TCL said.
“In such cases, we recommend that you contact your dealer as soon as possible as they have the best equipment that can help you,” TCl said, pointing out that if the customer were to get a replacement TV, would accompany him through the setup process.
TCL also responded to the other negative comments, apologizing and offering help.