A good TV is a must-have for any home theater. Not to mention, you can do everything from game, stream, and even bump your favorite beats on a feature-rich TV. Black Friday is hands down one of the best times to shop for a great smart TV. We’ve scrounged up the best Black Friday TV deals available from every part of the internet and compiled it in a list right here.
Get ready for some of the best and biggest 4K TV deals of the entire year. Be sure to keep this page updated. As we get closer to the event we’ll be adding more and more deals regularly. For now, keep reading for some of the best early Black Friday deals currently available.
What Black Friday TV deals to expect
The best TV deals during Black Friday 2020 are going to be from Sony, Samsung, LG, and TCL. For Prime Day 2020, we saw deals on everything from smart TVs to 4K TVs and even certain 8K TVs. These deals will definitely make a comeback for Black Friday. The Samsung Q90T 4K TV should see up to $700 off. Other Samsung 4K TVs like the 55-inch Samsung Q60T will see up to $150 off and the 70-inch Samsung 6 Series 4K TV will see as much as $200 off. Other high-end TVs will also see tons of discounts some even amounting up to $1,000 off. The 65-inch Samsung 8K QLED TV saw over $1,000 off during Prime Day, this deal is bound to return for Black Friday.
Other companies like Sony will also discount a large variety of TVs. Sony 4K TVs will see anywhere between $400-$1,000 off. The 75-inch Sony X900H 4K TV will probably see one of the biggest discounts, amounting to about $900 off. The 65-inch Sony Masters Series TV will also see a similar hefty discount — about $1,000 off. Also, keep an eye out for any Sony Bravia models. They saw big discounts last year and we only expect these discounts to be bigger during Black Friday 2020. LG will also join the price slashing party. Most LG TVs will see up to $500 off with some more expensive variants seeing bigger discounts. Also, keep an eye out for other TV brands like TCL, Toshiba, and Hisense, All these brands saw discounts during Prime Day, so we expect to see price cuts anywhere between $100-$500 for the more expensive models.
What Black Friday TV deals we saw last year
There was no shortage of deals on TVs last year. During Black Friday 2019 some of the biggest sales were on Hisense, LG, Samsung, Sony, TCL, Toshiba, and Vizio. These sales mostly included discounts on 4K TVs as well as a few 8K TVs available from Samsung. The heftiest discounts were on high-end luxury TVs, seeing price cuts over $1,500 off. The 82-inch Samsung Q60R 4K TV saw $1,800 off! The 85-inc Sony Bravia 4K TV also saw up to $1,200 off. Most mid-range TVs saw up to $500 off. This included the 55-inch Samsung Q60R 4K TV seeing $500 in discounts, bringing its price down to about $700. A 55-inch Sony Bravia TV also saw $300 off, dropping its price to just $500. There were also a large number of decent 4K TVs available below $500. So if you’re on a budget, look out for those. A 49-inch LG 4K TV was on sale for just $270. Even the 55-inch TCL 4 Series Roku Smart TV was down to just $280 — that’s $320 off its original price. There are also going to be deals on more basic, smaller TVs, where you’ll be able to find TVs below $100. Some notable deals from last year included the 32-inch Hisense smart TV retailing for $80, and a 32-inch HD LG TV for about $100.
Should you buy a new TV on Black Friday or Cyber Monday?
Black Friday and Cyber Monday happen at the same time every year. This means that Black Friday sales usually leak into Cyber Monday. Since most shopping is still going to be online this year, your best bet is to get your shopping out of the way as soon as possible. If you see a great Black Friday TV deal, start punching in those credit card numbers right away. There’s no guarantee that the same TV will stay in stock when Cyber Monday rolls around. Most retail sites have an extended holiday return policy in place this year so if anything, you can always return that TV if you see a better deal during Cyber Monday. Just don’t sit around waiting for additional price drops — once a deal runs a TV out of stock, you won’t get another chance to purchase it. If you do decide to wait, stay in the know with the best Cyber Monday TV deals available.
The best TV deals happening now
Need a TV right now? Here are the best early Black Friday TV deals we could find:
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