This one-day blowout sale has Samsung 4K QLED Smart TVs as low as $490

The biggest football game of the year is only a few weeks away, which means there's no better time than right now to make sure your home is ready for the event. Of course, the most important component of pre-game planning past all the snacks is how you'll be watching, and this sale on factory reconditioned Samsung QLED 4K smart TVs at Woot is live just in the nick of time. With prices starting as low as $489.99, this sale offers some of the best deals ever offered on these 4K smart TVs.

While these TVs aren't brand new, they've each been inspected and tested directly by Samsung to ensure they're working and in Like-New condition. Samsung even includes a 90-day warranty with the purchase.

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This one-day blowout sale has Samsung 4K QLED Smart TVs as low as $490

Samsung refurbished each of these 4K Smart TVs to bring them back to Like-New condition, and you'll also receive a 90-day Samsung warranty with the purchase.

Starting at $490

Samsung's 49-inch QLED Q6F Series 4K UHD Smart TV is the most affordable pick in the sale, priced at $489.99 while supplies last. That saves you over $400 off its regular cost of $900. Along with support for HDR, this TV features the ability to download and access streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ all on its own. It also has Motion Rate 120, Quantom Dot technology, and built-in Bixby for voice assistance.

One of the models in Woot's sale is already sold out, so don't wait any longer before checking out your options and completing the purchase. Shipping at Woot is normally $6 per order, though you can score free shipping there by logging in with an Amazon Prime account before checkout. If you've never been a member before, you can start a free 30-day trial to score free shipping at Woot and Amazon. You'll also receive access to all of Amazon Prime's perks, such as the Prime Video streaming service, exclusive members-only deals, and the ability to shop during Amazon's big Prime Day event coming later this year.