Prime Day Is Over, But Walmart Has Hot Deal On 55-inch JVC LT-55MA770 4K UHD TV 2018 Model

Posted: Jul 18 2018, 2:09am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Prime Day Is Over, but Walmart has Hot Deal on 55-inch JVC LT-55MA770 4K UHD TV 2018 Model

Walmart offers the new JVC LT-55MA770 4K UHD TV for $279.99.

A 55-inch 4K TV for under $280 is a deal, no matter how you look at it. Just as Amazon's Prime Day ends, Walmart breaks out a hot 4K TV deal. The 55-inch JVC LT-55MA770 4K UHD TV is on sale for $279.99 (MSRP $499.99) on

Features of the JVC LT-66MA770 include Bluetooth, High Dynamic Range (HDR), Wide Color Gamut (WCG), Sports Mode, Media Player, Progressive Scan, 3 HDMI, VGA, and ATSC TV Tuner. The JVC LT-66MA770 4K UHD TV is not a smart TV, making it ideal to use with the Amazon Fire TV with 4K, that you hopefully bought for half off on Prime Day 2018.

The deal on the JVC LT-66MA770 4K TV is part of Walmart's big summer specials sales underway Walmart's online shop. This summer sale has a surprising number of deals on tech. You can save on laptops, tablets, cameras, TVs and more.

Special deals are also available on Google Assistant products. Google partnered with Best Buy and Walmart during Prime Day to try to fend off Amazon's striving sales of Alexa enabled devices. Did it work? No. Amazon sold a myriad of Alexa enabled devices on Prime Day.

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