[Updated] Check This Best Buy Killer Deal On A 55-Inch 4K HDR Smart Fire TV For Just $250

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Everyone wants a big, bright, high-resolution HDTV, but budget concerns prevent some consumers from pulling the trigger. Well, if you’re one of those people, Best Buy currently has a deal in place that may have you running for your credit card.

There is an Insignia (Best Buy’s house brand), 55” 4K SmartTV, with HDR support and built-in Amazon FireTV (with voice remote) on sale for only $249 at the moment. That is a ridiculously low price for a 55” 4K HDR television, especially one with this one’s features and specifications that comes so highly rated.

There are some crappy, cheap 4K televisions currently on the market (I should know, I have one that I hate), but the Insignia NS-55DF710NA19 that is currently on sale has an excellent average review rating of 4.7 out 5 stars, from 1,454 customers. In fact, 96 percent of consumers that bought this TV would also recommend it to a friend.
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The Insignia NS-55DF710NA19 has a 54.5” LED backlit HDR-capable display, with a 60Hz refresh rate, a 4500:1 contrast ratio, built-in Wi-Fi and wired Ethernet, a handful of inputs and USB ports (including 3 HDMI inputs), and a built-in FireTV with a Voice Remote and Alexa support. The Voice Remote gives users the ability to launch apps, search for TV shows, play music, switch inputs, and control smart home devices and the like. You can find the deal for this TV active right here, but who knows how long it will last.

UPDATE, 4/28/19 - 10:32AM: Unfortunately, it looks as though the original $249 deal has now expired, though this TV can still be had for $429. In addition, there is a 55-inch TCL Roku enabled 4K HDR TV now listed for $329.99 - that's not too shabby either.

There are obviously much higher-end HDTVs on the market that will offer better image quality and higher refresh rates, but for $250 bucks, this TV appears to be a heck of deal. Let us know in the comments section if you take the plunge.
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