“Some of these deals are way better than what we had for Black Friday,” Bidinger said, including 55-inch 4K TVs starting at $399.
It's important to consider what type of viewing experience you want before you start shopping around, according to Clarkdeals.com.
How big do you want to go? Do you want 4K or 720p or 1080i? Do you want a smart TV to download apps or do you want to connect a streaming device?
According to Clark Deals, if you want to go small and lower resolution, an Insignia 39-inch LED 720p is on sale now for $149.99 at Best Buy.
Thinking large and crystal clear? Silo has a 75-inch 4K Ultra HD on sale for $999 at frys.com.
If you’re in the middle, a 50-inch Sceptre 1080p TV is priced at $259.99 at Walmart.com, and a Hisense 60-inch 4K is $479.99 at Best Buy.
If you haven’t heard of Sceptre or Silo, don’t worry about it, Howard said.
“Buy the biggest screen size you ever think you will never need and buy a brand you’ve never heard of because it's more important that you get a modern TV that's as big as possible, instead of worrying about the brand that’s slapped on it,” Howard said.
The next round of TV deals comes in April, when older models go on sale to make way for the latest and greatest, according to experts.
News Center 7 consumer reporter Rachel Murray will have more starting at 5 p.m. today on WHIO-TV.