This RCA 55-inch TV is just $245 at Walmart right now: 'Like sitting in a theatre'

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We’re less than two weeks away from the start of March Madness! Are you ready?

Instead of going to sports bars and watching the game there, why not invest in a new 4K TV and bring the party to your home—especially since this RCA 55-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV (RTU5540) is on sale for just $245 at Walmart! It’s 65 percent off and the lowest price on the web right now, so no need to waste time comparing the prices at multiple retailers.

Originally $700, this RCA 4K TV features a large 55-inch display with a sharp and crystal-clear Ultra HD resolution. In fact, it’s four times the detail of Full HD at 1080p. And thanks to HDR (High Dynamic Range), it will feel as if you’re sitting courtside with true-to-life images and movement, as well as bright and vivid colors and inky black levels.

“Just picked it up today and I installed it in less than 5 minutes!” one gleeful reviewer shared. “No need to get cable or an antenna, I simply did an auto search and have over 40 channels. I am very pleased with the picture, sound, and overall quality.”

RCA 4K TV on yellow and orange background. (Photo: Walmart)

While the RCA 4K TV isn’t a Smart TV, it does have four HDMI ports for streaming services like a Chromecast or Roku Streaming Stick+, Blu-ray players from Sony or LG, video game consoles like the Xbox One S and soundbars like this one from Vizio. It even has a built-in digital TV antenna, so you won’t miss out on even a second of the game (or arguably the best reality show of all time, Love is Blind).

At its heart, it’s a great “bang for your buck” TV. Gaming enthusiasts and sports fans alike both commented that the TV is a great option for anyone looking for a screen that won’t get blurry midway through a level or the third quarter. As for movie buffs, the screen is so clear that a reviewer even shared that you can see “people's sweat and pores on HD programs.”

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