Black Friday may be over, and out focus may have shifted to Cyber Monday and the swarm of Cyber Monday TV deals that arrived with it this morning, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some last-minute Black Friday TV deals out there just waiting to be nabbed. Several retailers have extended their Black Friday TV Deals through Cyber Monday, which see everything from HDTVs to 4K TVs and 8K TVs in the discount bin.
The best Black Friday TV deal still available? A 70-inch Samsung 6-Series 4K TV for just $550 — down $350. This earns it the title of the cheapest mainstream 70-inch 4K TV, while also being one of the most feature-rich, bundling all the tools you will ever need, like smart software for instant access to all the top streaming services (think: Amazon and Netflix) and HDR10+ for squeezing every last drop of detail from the scene at hand.
Best Black Friday TV deals still available
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- — $450 ($150 off)
- — $550 ($350 off)
- — $700 ($500 off)
- — $750 ($350 off)
- — $700 ($600 off)
- — $1,000 ($800 off)
Retailers have been discounting TVs on Black Friday for as long as we can remember, and Black Friday 2019 is no different. We’re seeing huge savings on must-have HDTVs and 4K TVs from Hisense, LG, Samsung, Sony, TCL, Toshiba, and Vizio, as well as an 8K TV on sale from Samsung. Again, though, stock is available in limited quantities and we’re now quite a bit into the day, so if you find something you like the look of, best start punching in your credit card number right away.
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 size. After all, the absolute last thing you want to do is part with north of $2,500 for a brand-new 75-inch 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).
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 each manufacturer’s smart software. For example, TCL licenses Roku’s oh-so-simple Roku OS, which is the undisputed king of streaming, but it’s no match for Android TV, which comes bundled on Sony’s 4K TVs, in the hands-free and smart-connected department — or even LG’s WebOS, for that matter.
By now, you should have tunneled in on a manufacturer. 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 will do the trick. After something a bit more immersive? Consider a (Samsung) QLED or an (LG or Sony) OLED.
Bargain hunters on the lookout for more fantastic deals should peruse our list of the best Cyber Monday deals. We’ll be updating it from now through the event, so we recommend making it your one-stop shop for all the latest savings. To keep up with the latest offers in real time, follow DT Deals on Twitter. There, we share the latest offers as soon as we finish vetting them. After more TV deals? Check out our list of the best Cyber Monday TV deals.
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