Black Friday TV deals are one of the biggest reasons to look forward to the shopping event. Whether you are looking for a 4K TV deal on an entry-level set, a high-end gaming ready set or the perfect upgrade for movie watching, this is an excellent time to buy a new TV.
We already see many early Black Friday deals, and plenty of excellent Black Friday 2020 TV deals are available now. We will see other deals go live over the rest of November, and even some deals stretch into November.
Black Friday TV deals deliver discounts on good TVs and huge savings on great TVs. As technology advances, it is more affordable to get the essential features like 4K resolution, support for multiple HDR formats and higher refresh rates that gamers are looking for. We even see significant deals on OLED TVs that deliver impressive black levels.
Check out the best Black Friday TV deals on Samsung, Vizio, Sony, TCL, LG and others. We’ll be updating this list of deals as the month progresses, so check back again soon if you don’t see something that catches your eye.
Our rule of thumb is that any price you see this close to Black Friday will be the best price you will see. It’s worth comparison shopping, but at this stage, we know what most stores will offer on Black Friday and therefore consider these the best deals you will find.
You can find many of these deals online today, and others like the Walmart Black Friday 2020 deals start on November 25 at 7 p.m. ET, but there are limited in-store deals available.
Samsung 65-Inch 7000 Series 4K TV—$478
The 65-inch Sony A8H Series OLED TV is on sale for $1,799 at Best Buy and $1,798 at B&H Photo. This is an excellent OLED TV that delivers impressive blacks, is a tempting gaming TV upgrade with a 120Hz refresh rate. It features Android TV built-in, and it works with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for voice control. This is the best deal we expect to see on the Bravia OLED 65-inch 4K TV this year.
Buy at Best Buy and B&H Photo.
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