By now, going out at midnight and standing in line for Black Friday deals has become some sort of sick, twisted tradition. This year, the wise will remain in the comfort of their homes, as the best deals are online.
If you are shopping for an HD or 4K TV, you don’t have to rely on the low stock count of in-store deals, as web marketplaces like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy have already marked down their online prices for top brands like Samsung, Sony, and LG.
The sales have already begun, and we’ve highlighted our ten favorite picks. Read on below and find the right television for you before the deals run dry.
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1. AMAZON: $700 off Samsung KU6300 70-Inch 4K TV
When it comes to taking full advantage of 4K resolution, the bigger the screen, the better. And this year, you can go big for cheap, thanks to a massive discount on Samsung’s KU6300 multi-range 4K TV.
This robust 4K TV has a solid picture quality, and color that is exceeded only by Samsung’s higher-end SUHD sets. The massive 65 and 70-inch screens have the best savings, and furthermore, help you better enjoy the detail and pixel density of the picture.
This year’s TV deals on Amazon are backed by a Low Price Guarantee, which means if any big box stores undercut the amazing price (and so far, they haven’t), you will be refunded the price difference.
Price: $1,297.99 (35 percent off MSRP)
2. AMAZON: $2,000 off LG OLED55B6P 55-Inch 4K TV
LG’s OLED TVs are uncontested in their deep contrast ratio, their cinematic color, and their responsive high dynamic range technology. That is why picking up their 55-inch OLED B6P for un $1,800 is an absolute steal.
An OLED panel is an all-around upgrade from an LCD panel, which means there are few home theaters that wouldn’t benefit from this upgrade. OLED technology allows each individual pixel to be dimmed or turned off, so jump on this deal and say goodbye to light bleed.
Price: $1,797.00 (55 percent off MSRP)
3. AMAZON: $900 off Samsung KS8500 Curved 55-Inch 4K TV
The KS8500 is one of the cheapest 4K TVS that offers Samsung’s SUHD quality, a proprietary technology that uses quantum dot and nano-crystal technology to expand the range of reproducible colors.
The technology is still the same LCD panel design used by most manufacturers, but SUHD makes for some of the richest color in its price range. With a massive $900 discount, the 55-inch curved KS8500 is just over $1,000, and its counterpart, as is Samsung’s KS8000, is just under $1,000.
Price: $1,097.99 (45 percent off MSRP)
4. AMAZON: $500 off Samsung KS9000 75-Inch 4K TV
Though the savings on Samsung’s top of the line SUHD TV are not as juicy as those on their midrange models, but nonetheless, their offer of the 75-inch KS9000 for under $5,000 is a tempting bargain.
The lifelike accuracy of this high-contrast screen with flawless UHD dimming makes it hard to describe the picture. Small details come to life across the screen, and Samsung’s Intelligent Picture Engine helps optimize non-SUHD content for more saturated color and wider contrast.
Price: $4,997.99 (9 percent off MSRP)
5. BESTBUY: $300 off Vizio E70-E3 70-Inch 4K TV
While some of the biggest savings are on the high-end sets, Best Buy is offering much-appreciate price slashes on budget brands like Vizio, who offers a fantastic 70-inch 4K TV in its E-Series.
This display has smart LED backlighting to provide improved dimming and contrast. It also offers 70 inches of rich color and gorgeous detail, which is available for under $1,000 while supplies last.
Price: $999.99 (23 percent off MSRP)
6. AMAZON: $800 off Sony 850D 75-Inch 4K TV
The 850D from Sony’s Bravia Series is recognized for its vivid picture, great motion processing, and superior upscaling capabilities. With an $800 discount for Black Friday, this beautiful screen is now in reach for a more than reasonable price of $2,500.
Gamers and sports fans will appreciate the native 120Hz refresh rate, but absolutely anyone can appreciate the clarity and detail in the 850D’s massive 75-inch display.
Price: $2,498.00 (24 percent off MSRP)
7. AMAZON: $500 off Sony 930D 65-Inch 4K TV
The Sony Bravia 930D 4K TV is the high-end answer to the 850D, which offers improved color spectrum, brightness, and motion processing compared to its midrange model.
This gorgeous display is 3D-capable, HDR ready, and ready to transport you to another world with its realistic motion processing. The quality of this television is absolutely future-proofed, and will continue to stand out as an amazing deal even after its promotional price ends.
Price: $1,998.00 (20 percent off MSRP)
8. WALMART: 37% off Panasonic CX400U 4K TV
Last year’s CX Series televisions from Panasonic offer a no-frills design that comes at an even more discounted price now that it’s not the latest and greatest.
This TV lacks smart features, local dimming, and other luxuries, but delivers a solid value with its accurate color, impressive clarity, and crisp motion.
Price: $479.99 (37 percent off MSRP)
9. AMAZON: 41% off TCL 32S3800 32-Inch 720p TV
For under $200, it doesn’t get much better than TCL’s 32-inch 32S3800, a smart TV that combines a clear HD picture with the Roku TV streaming platform. This smaller LED TV is a great budget option for a bedroom.
Price: $169.99 (41 percent off MSRP)
10. BEST BUY: 33% off 65-Inch LG UH6030 4K TV
Though LG’s 4K LED TVs obviously don’t compare to their high-end OLED screens, they are still high-performing displays that offer vivid colors, wide viewing angles, and strong contrast.
With a nice $400 discount for the holidays, LG’s 65-inch smart 4K TV is a serious option for someone looking to capture a large viewing area and high detail in one deal.
Price: $799.99 (33 percent off MSRP)
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