The Best Black Friday TV Deals You Can Get This Week

From sub-$200 doorbusters to big-screen monsters, here’s our pick of the best deals.

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Due to the on-going pandemic, most Black Friday sales are going online this year, so you won’t have to wrestle a man at your local Walmart to get that doorbuster 4K TV deal.

The other good news is that the internet doesn’t care when Black Friday should happen, so great Black Friday deals are available right now. As usual, TVs are hot items, so here’s our pick of the best Black Friday TV deals for 2020.

Check back routinely for updates to this article as more deals become available.

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Sceptre 50″ 4K UHD LED TV

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Credit: Walmart

Sale Price: $199.99 | Reg. Price: $279.99

Another killer deal from Walmart, this 50-inch option comes in just under the $200 mark. And it’s available right now, just in case you’re keen to secure your savings without braving the mad Black Friday rush to that TCL model above. This is not a smart TV though, so we’d recommend pairing it with a cheap streaming device like an Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K (which is also on sale at the time of writing).

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Samsung 75″ QLED Q70T Series 4K UHD Smart TV

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Sale Price: $1,497.99 | Reg. Price: $2,199.99

This 2020 model year QLED TV features Samsung’s Quantum Processor AI technology to upscale everything to 4K resolution, and also offers a 240Hz refresh rate for smooth action on-screen. Alexa is also built-in so you can control your smart home via voice commands with the microphone on the remote control.

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LG 60″ 4K UHD Smart LED TV

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Credit: Target

Sale Price: $399.99 | Reg. Price: $499.99

Here’s a great Black Friday deal on a 4K TV in the 60-inch range if you’re looking for something just a little bigger. This attractive LG set comes with full smart TV functionality, including streaming apps, HDR content delivery, and Google Assistant, Alexa and Apple Airplay 2 compatibility. Also, that brushed black chassis would look great placed on a modern TV stand or mounted on the wall.

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LG 70″ 4K UHD Smart LED TV

 

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Credit: Target

Sale Price: $549.99 | Reg. Price: $849.99

If your objective is to get the biggest 4K TV possible at a wallet-friendly price, this is the pick for you. A whopping 70 inches of screen real estate for $549.99 is a real treat of a deal. Much like its smaller 60-inch sibling above, this LG model has a full suite of smart TV apps, Google Assistant and Alexa compatibility, and HDR delivery.

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LG 86″ 4K LED TV – UN8570

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Credit: Costco

Sale Price: $1,449.99

This beast makes the list purely for being the biggest 4K TV we could find on sale. This wall-covering panel will wow guests with its sheer size, but that’s not all it has going for it. Cutting-edge specs include HDMI 2.1, 120Hz refresh rate, Google Assistant and Alexa, and both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR. Costco is also offering a $100 Hulu credit with the purchase of this TV via a post-purchase rebate.

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Sony 55″ A9G Master Series OLED 4K Smart Android TV

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Sale Price: $1,899.99 | Reg. Price: $2,499.99

If you’re less interested in cheap TVs and really just want good deal on a more premium offering, here’s your set. This is Sony’s most high-end 4K TV, offered at a significant discount from Best Buy. This gorgeous OLED TV has been praised for having arguably the best picture quality of any TV and, as you can imagine, it supports the full array of high-end features including 120Hz native refresh rate, high color accuracy, HDR, HDMI 2.1 and more. It can also act as the center channel in a home surround sound setup.

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Sony 55″ A8H OLED 4K Smart Android TV

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Sale Price: $1,699.99 | Reg. Price: $1,899.99

If that Sony A9G OLED TV tickles your fancy, but you’re not worried about having the absolute latest and greatest, you can save a wad of cash by going for the slightly lower-spec (and awkwardly-named) A8H. It packs the same excellent picture quality, but skips out on the new HDMI 2.1 standard which, at this early stage, probably won’t be fully utilized by many.

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LG CX 65″ 4K HDR OLED Smart TV

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Sale Price: $1,896.99 | Reg. Price: $2,799.99

Hello, gamers! This is the fabled LG CX (successor to the now legendary C9) OLED TV, and widely considered to be the absolute best TV for gaming. In Game Mode it boasts one of the lowest input response times, which is super important to gamers. It also has four HDMI 2.1 ports, which support high-bandwidth 120Hz, 4K video modes, AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate capability and Auto Low Latency mode. This makes it ideal for the new PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles.

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Sony 75″ X900H Series LED 4K Smart Android TV

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Credit: Best Buy

Sale Price: $1,799.99 | Reg. Price: $2,199.99

Here’s another premium Smart TV pick for gamers. The X900H often finds itself in comparison tests against the LG CX, usually serving as a cheaper, LCD-based alternative to the expensive LG. HDMI 2.1 is present, along with a low input latency and bright HDR capabilities. Variable refresh rate options are missing for now, but will be added via an upcoming firmware update, according to Sony.

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Samsung 65″ Q90T Series LED 4K Smart TV

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Credit: Best Buy

Sale Price: $1,899.99 | Reg. Price: $2,499.99

Best Buy is offering a hefty discount on one of Samsung’s best Smart TVs. With impressive brightness and saturated color delivery, this TV is excellent for movies. It’s also another contender for best gaming TV, with all the next-gen features that PS5 and Xbox Series X owners will be looking for, including HDMI 2.1, native 120Hz frame rate and AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate mode.

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Cyber Monday TV Deal Preview: Vizio M series 50″ M50Q7-H1 4K TV

M-Series Quantum 4K HDR Smart TV inbody
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Sale Price: $299.99 | List Price: $389.99

If you want to get a taste of the upcoming Cyber Monday TV deals, Costco has revealed this Vizio M Series 4K TV that will be 23% off on Cyber Monday. It features a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty (you get two additional years if you use a Costco Citi card), 16 local dimming zones and Ultra Bright 600. This Vizio works with Voice Assistants, Chromecast and Apple AirPlay, so it’s great for streaming your favorite shows through your phone or laptop. You can only get this price on Cyber Monday.

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Mike Jackson has been writing for high-profile publications for 16 years, primarily in the video game industry, but also covering tech. Mike is an obsessed video game hoarder with hundreds of games spanning a 30-year collection. An entire room in his house is dedicated to Super Mario, and he thinks the Nintendo Switch is “the best invention in human history.” Counseling may be necessary.

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