CBS Sports And Wired’s – 8k TV Giveaway – Win of one (1) TCL 65″ CLASS 6-SERIES 8K MINI-LED QLED TV
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We’re Giving Away One of Our Favorite TVs
WIRED has partnered up with TCL and CBS Sports to give away an 8K 6-Series. (Open to the US only. See rules for details.)
THIS TIME LAST year, we gave away a 4K TCL 6-Series, which still ranks as our favorite TV for most people. This year, we’re upping the ante. We’ve partnered with CBS Sports and TCL again to give away a 65-inch 8K version of the same 6-Series model (normally worth about $2,200).
TCL has made some of our favorite TVs for some time, and while we still don’t recommend 8K resolution as a necessity, getting all those extra pixels for free is a nice way to future-proof your screen. Beyond the resolution, the 6-Series also has mini-LED backlighting for deeper black levels, and a quantum dot panel for brighter, bolder colors. There’s eArc support too, which will make connecting a soundbar a breeze.
Another big reason we love TCL is that the Roku interface is built in. This means you’ll never have to worry about support for any of your favorite apps, the voice search on the remote is top-notch, and you won’t need to buy a separate dongle.
Rules and Details
This giveaway runs from September 1 through September 30, 2022 (at 11:59 pm ET) and is open to eligible US residents. Read the official rules, accept the terms and conditions, and fill out the form below to enter. If you don’t see the form, please make sure you’ve disabled your ad blocker, then refresh the page.
Click here to view the form and enter the giveaway (or use the form embedded below).
You can get extra entries to increase your chances of winning by completing any of the additional actions that will unlock after you fill out the registration form. Good luck!
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