March Madness TV Deals: Grab Big Selection Day Savings on Samsung, Hisense, Amazon, Anker and More

Selection Sunday has kicked off, so March Madness is only a couple of days away, and we’re sure you’re excited. The first game of the men’s NCAA tournament will be on Thursday, March 21, while the women’s tournament will tip off on March 20. Of course, if you’re planning to follow along and don’t have tickets, then grabbing yourself a new TV is the second-best option. In fact, there are a lot of excellent TVs that are packed with features that will make you feel as if you’re right there on the courts, so be sure to check out our favorite picks below.

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From massive screens to OLED displays and bargain buys, we’ve gathered the best TV deals to help you upgrade ahead of the upcoming games without going out-of-bounds on your budget. Any of these options will be a slam dunk for your living room. We’ll keep updating this list with fresh deals as we get closer to the championship game. And if you’ve got your TV set up for the tournament already, be sure to snag a discounted Max subscription to watch the games.

March Madness TV deals


This TV has a lot of great specs in addition to its 4K resolution. It also sports Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR 10 Plus, HLG, AMD Freesync Premium Pro, a 144Hz refresh rate and 2.1-channel audio. It also has a really large screen and runs the Google TV platform.


If you’re wanting to score a solid deal on an OLED model, this TV is worth considering. It has a massive 77-inch OLED display, along with 4K resolution, HDR 10 Plus and a 120Hz refresh rate. Plus, installation is included for free.


If you’re looking for top-notch image quality, you’ll want to splurge on an OLED screen. The LG C3 is the best high-end TV on the market, and right now Best Buy has slashed the price on the mammoth 83-inch model to just $3,500. 


This TV is a modest 55 inches, but that’s a decent size for most dens and living rooms, especially if you don’t have a lot of space. Additionally, this TV supports 4K, HDR 10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus, and it has Alexa so you can control it hands-free.


CNET’s top pick for the best overall TV is the TCL QM8. It has a bright screen with excellent contrast, as well as full-array local dimming. It uses Google’s TV platform and is relatively affordable, especially right now, as Amazon has slashed the price of the 75-inch model by 44%. 

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This TV sports a huge 85-inch display with 4K resolution, along with Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HLG and XR Motion Clarity for solid picture quality. It also has a 120Hz refresh rate and works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. 


This Q80C model sports a mammoth 85-inch direct full array 4K display, along with HDR Plus, Dolby Atmos and Object Tracking Sound Lite, as well as Motion Xcelerator Turbo Plus, which delivers 4K at a 120Hz refresh rate so you can catch the game without lag or blur. 


Another projector option, albeit a more permanent upgrade than the portable option listed above, this 4K projector can display up to a 140-inch screen. It’s also ceiling-mountable and can be voice controlled with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.


A slight upgrade on the U7 above, this U8 model has a 75-inch 4K display, Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR 10 Plus, HLG and Dolby Atmos. With a total of five speakers, 1,500 nits of brightness and a 144Hz refresh rate, this TV is a solid option. And it features the Google TV platform.


Sizes 55-, 65-, 75-inchTV Technology LED with local dimmingSmart TV Yes (Roku)Resolution 4KHDMI Ports 4

A 65-inch screen is a really good size for most living rooms, and Roku’s platform is our favorite interface to use, so this $600 Roku TV is a solid option for anyone looking to upgrade. It has 4K resolution, HDR 10 Plus, Dolby Vision and HLG. It also comes with a hands-free voice remote.