We’re getting closer and closer to Super Bowl LVIII—as in 2020, the San Francisco 49ers are taking on the Kansas City Chiefs—and just maybe you’re in the market for a new television to watch the big game on. If you are, then we’ve got you covered right here.
You’ve got until February 11 to get a brand new TV, with the sporting action underway at 6.30 pm ET / 3.30 pm PT. This year, the showpiece event is being held at the Allegiant Stadium in Paradise—the first Super Bowl to be held in Nevada.
And there’s no doubt that a TV upgrade can make a real difference to experience something like the Super Bowl. Not every model is going to give you the colors, the contrast, and the motion handling that your eyes deserve.
We haven’t put these televisions in any particular order, but we recommend them all, and we’ve tried to cover as broad a range of prices and sizes as possible. The priciest sets will offer the best pictures, but there’s value to be had at a lower cost as well.