The day itself might have passed, but Black Friday deals are still available! Now is the best time of the year to scoop up a deal on some of the best TVs available. But don’t wait too long — many of the deals are highly limited and sell out fast. Once they’re gone, they’re gone. We’ve gathered Best Buy TV deals, Amazon TVs, and Walmart TVs that are still available and split them out by size below:
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Here’s the catch: With such a large number of televisions on offer, tracking down an unmissable deal can be a hassle. But don’t worry — we’ve got your back! To make sure you get the most bang for your buck this Black Friday season, our experts are mulling over the best offers, strainer in hand, in search of a sparkly diamond in the rough. What we’re left with is a list of the best Black Friday TV sales you can trust, including everything from basic HDTVs to 4K HDR TVs and even top-of-the-line 8K TVs. There’s truly something for everyone today, and all of them are at their lowest price of the year.
Top 5 Black Friday TV deals Today
- — $200, was $400
- — $230, was $350
- — $398, was $450
- — $3,500, was $4,500
- — $1,047, was $1,400
If you’re in the market for a big-screen TV that can realistically fit in a small apartment or bedroom, then a 50-inch 4K TV is a great way to go.
Some of the best Black Friday TV deals tend to come for 55-inch screens. We’ve found some of the best discounts on TCL and Samsung below:
65-inch TVs can either be really expensive or really cheap depending on what brand you go with. Some of the top discounts today are on Samsung, Sony, and TCL TVs at varying price points.
Once you cross the 70-inch barrier, you’re buying a giant television. We’ve only found a couple of great TV deals so far, but you can get a new 70-inch TV for pretty cheap right now.
If you’re looking to find a deal on one of the largest smart TVs you can think of, there are some great 75-inch TV deals happening right now. Here are the best sales from TCL, Sony, and Samsung:
Looking for a discount on a super-high-resolution 8K TV? We’ve found two 75-inch models from LG and Samsung, both at steeply reduced prices:
- — $3,300, was $4,300
- — $3,300, was $4,500
How to choose a TV
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: The most important piece of advice we’d give to someone looking for a new television is to know your limit — in terms of both budget and screen size. After all, the absolute last thing you want to do is part with north of $2500 for a QLED or OLED 4K TV, only to find it won’t fit through the door, let alone on the wall, when it arrives (and has pushed you over your credit limit in the process). Decide on these before you start browsing the best TVs to avoid the unnecessary stress of having to organize a return.
Next, start considering the various features that could be of use. There’s a lot to choose from, so take some time researching the differences between different Smart TVs. For example, TCL licenses Roku OS, which is the undisputed king of streaming, but rival Android TV is quickly becoming a favorite alternative and comes bundled on Sony’s 4K TVs like the Sony X950H. LG’s WebOS, used in TVs like the LG Gallery Series GX, let you choose between Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for even greater control. Other notable features worth looking at are voice control, refresh rate, full array local dimming, and Apple AirPlay support.
By now, you should have tunneled in on a manufacturer — and we can help you with a list of the best TV brands of 2020. The next step is to start looking at the various models they have to offer. Decide how important screen quality is. If you’re a convenience viewer looking for a television to watch the latest must-see Netflix Original after work and the occasional movie on a weekend, a regular LED TV like the TCL 4 Series will do the trick. For better brightness and color, consider a quantum dot LED (QLED) model. Hisense has options like the Hisense H9G and an even bigger step up in quality takes you to a Samsung QLED like the Samsung Q90T 4K TV. LG and Sony have some of the best picture quality on the market right now with OLED models like the LG CX Series OLED 4K TV or the Sony A8H 4K OLED TV. Want the highest resolution possible? Go huge with a Samsung Q800T QLED 8K TV.
Should you buy a TV?
The Black Friday season is without a shadow of a doubt the best time to buy a new television. Why? Black Friday TV deals, of course. It’s the time of year when retailers cut prices of the latest models to make way for their successors that are set to be showcased at CES in January, and it’s your chance to take some cutting-edge screen on the cheap. Be warned, though: Units are flying off the shelves, so if you’re hoping to have one in your living room before Christmas, best order soon or risk disappointment.
Where to Find the Best TV Sales
- Amazon Black Friday: You can currently get everything from 4K TVs to 8K TVs discounted right now. It even has some Black Friday soundbar deals worth taking advantage of.
- Best Buy Black Friday: There’s no shortage of cheap TVs in Best Buy’s Black Friday Sale.
- Target Black Friday: Target is no stranger to a 4K TV deal, and its Black Friday sale is filled with them.
- Walmart Black Friday: Walmart has the largest catalog of Black Friday TV sales available now.
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