Get a 55-inch Insignia TV, a free Echo Pop and other goodies for just $270

Insignia F30 Series
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Thanks to this Best Buy deal, you can grab a 55-inch Insignia F30 4K TV, a free Echo Pop speaker, and a bunch of subscription goodies for just $270.

We haven't reviewed the F30 just yet, but this Insignia TV comes with modern specs and features that make it competitive with other value-focused brands. When you throw in the extras that come alongside this TV, all for $270, this deal is definitely worth a look if you're in the market for a new set.

Insignia 55-inch F30 4K TV deal

Insignia F30 was

Insignia F30 was $400, now $270 at Best Buy (save $130)
This 4K set from Insignia supports HDR10, features an LED panel, comes with the Fire TV OS, and has virtual assistant integration. You also get a free Echo Pop and some streaming service goodies, too.

Insignia has been making budget TVs for some time, and they're aimed at competing with other budget brands like TCL and Hisense. When it comes to this F30 deal, this TV is certainly competitive in terms of specs and features, but for that $270 pricetag and all the bonuses included in the bundle, it's tough to beat.

The 55-inch F30 comes with a 4K LED panel, HDR10 support, Amazon's Fire TV OS for all your streaming needs, virtual assistant integration, three HDMI ports, and HDMI ARC. For gamers, you don't get luxury features like VRR and ALLM, but a 4K/60FPS set is enough for some casual next-gen gaming on a PS5 or Series X.

On top of the TV, you're also getting a free Echo Pop speaker (which retails for $40), three months of Apple TV+, four months of Amazon Music Unlimited (for new subscribers), and a free 30 days of FuboTV (also for new subscribers). Not only is the TV a solid value, but these perks make this deal even better.

In short, if you're looking for a solid TV and appreciate the perks on offer here, from a free speaker to a variety of streaming service trials, this is an all-around excellent deal worth putting on your radar while supplies still last.


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Ruben Circelli

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