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Now that the games have started, don’t you wish you had a front-row seat to all the action? With your tiny old television, you can’t even make out the players’ numbers, let alone the score, number of timeouts left, or time on the clock. Face it: Your bracket isn’t the only thing that’s busted. You need a new TV.
So take advantage of this awesome deal on a new 50-inch Sceptre HDTV from Walmart—it’s a full $150 off. Plus, you won’t even miss a minute of the games going to the store to pick it up. Select the free two-day shipping option at checkout, and you’ll have your brand-new big-screen in plenty of time for the Sweet 16.
With the Sceptre’s 50-inch full 1080p screen (model X505BV-FSR), you’ll catch all the championship action in stunning high-def and jaw-dropping color. This television has been reviewed nearly 3,500 times at Walmart.com. 2,300 of those reviewers give this TV the full five stars, while another 548 of them give it four. Overall, it snares a solid 4.4 out of five stars. You can’t deny it: That’s pretty darned good.
The stylish Sceptre X505BV LED HDTV has a sophisticated glossy black finish and swiveling screen. With sharp clarity and phenomenal color, the games will come to life in your living room. And the speakers are good; you may ultimately want to hook up a soundbar (save $10 when you bundle it here) if you want to feel the ball ringing as it bounces on the hardwood and hear the jeers from the haters in the crowd.
Will It Work In My House?
Connection is a cinch, even if you’re using a high-def antenna. Just plug in the HDMI cable for high-def video and digital audio. From the opening tip-off to the closing buzzer, every action-packed sequence will flow smoothly from frame to frame, thanks to MEMC 120 Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation. This auto-enhanced picture quality smoothly delivers almost twice as many frames as 60Hz. With Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL), you can stream from your compatible smartphone or tablet. There’s even a USB port, if you want to flip through your photos or play music through the DTS SRS TruSurround HD audio.
Sound good? Here’s the best bit. Right now, this awesome tv is a full $150 off its regular price of $350. That’s right: for $200, you can have a big-screen, high-def television in your living room by the time the games tip off next weekend.
So no matter who you’re rooting for (or against; I’m looking at you, Tarheels), if you’re not experiencing the championship tournament in high definition, you’re just watching a game.
Get It: Order the Sceptre 50-inch, 1080P LED HDTV now and get free two-day shipping! Only $200 at Walmart.