This Top-Rated Samsung TV Is on Sale, and It's the Best Way to Watch the Big Game

A big TV deal ahead of gameday.

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We can't wait to see which NFL teams are going to play in football's finale. After a wild year, the Big Game will be held the second weekend of February. If you're watching the football game at home, you want a big-screen TV that impresses your friends and family, with the ability to see each play up-close in upscaled 4K resolution. One of the highest-rated and most popular smart TVs is Samsung's "The Frame" model. The 55-inch model is currently on sale for $1,197 at Walmart.

55" Samsung "The Frame" QLED 4K smart TV from Walmart, $1,197

$1,197 at Walmart

This TV can be a work of art, literally. With its customizable picture frame exterior, you can display elegant works of art in high definition when the television isn't in use -- it has a motion sensor to detect when you are or aren't in the room. When you are watching a show (or football) you can see 100% color volume via of quantum dot technology, with HDR that delivers optimal contrast and vividness. Its anti-reflection matte display ensures more screen visibility. The smart TV Is powered by Tizen, so you can download all your favorite streaming apps and more.

How to get "The Frame" smart TV from Samsung

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The best place to get a Samsung "The Frame" smart TV is from the Samsung website itself. Not only can you get the TV, but you can arrange for a professional mounting, get added Samsung Care protection, and select a variety of bezel colors for your "The Frame" television. You can even arrange for same-day pickup of your Samsung-bought TV at your local Best Buy.

55" Samsung "The Frame" QLED 4K smart TV from Samsung, $1,199

$1,199 at Samsung

However, if you want to save over $100, Walmart is offering the same exact TV for a slightly lower price point, without the bezel options. Walmart also offers its own professional mounting services and warranty programs for an extra charge.

55" Samsung "The Frame" QLED 4K smart TV from Walmart, $1,197

Want even more size options for Samsung 'The Frame'? You can get a model as small as 32 inches or as large as 85 inches. The three largest models are currently on sale at Walmart.

When is the Big Game LVIII in 2024?

The championship game will be played on Sunday, Feb. 11, with the kickoff starting at 6:30 p.m. ET. The game is taking place at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.

Who's performing the halftime show?

The halftime performer is going to be R&B legend Usher. Apple Music is hosting the event.

How to watch LVIII

The game will be airing on CBS, but if you don't have cable, there are still three ways for you to watch live. Once you've got your Samsung TV, you want to make sure you're able to actually watch the game on the most important Sunday in football.


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The best place to watch the Big Game is via the Paramount+ streaming service app. That's because you can watch it live as it's happening with a $12 monthly plan. Best of all, Paramount+ is offering a free seven-day trial right now, so you can get the app right away and watch the Grammys for free. 

Get Paramount+ and watch the Big Game live, $12 a month plus a free seven-day trial

Sign up for the Paramount+ live TV plan for $12 a month

Sling TV

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You can watch all TV, including the big game, as they're airing, along with your other favorite entertainment programs. Currently, Sling TV is offering a deal to get $20 off your first month when you sign up for Sling Blue. Your first month will be $20 a month and then it's $40 a month after that, without the need for a cable subscription. There's no contract with Sling TV, and subscriptions include 50 hours of DVR storage.  

Watch NFL games live on Sling TV, $20 for your first month

Get Sling TV


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FuboTV is a more sports-centric streaming services that has live TV events for almost every sport imaginable, including international ones, and over 100 other channels. Of course the NFL and its championship finale game is part of FuboTV's many offerings as well. Did we mention that they give you 1,000 hours of DVR space as well? Get a free seven-day trial by signing up here.

Watch sports live at FuboTV with a seven-day free trial, then starting at $75 a month