4K TVs of all shapes and sizes are seeing price cuts multiple times throughout the year, but the time when we usually see the highest concentration of great deals is now, as Black Friday hits and Cyber Monday is just around the corner. You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for a TV deal, and yes, so are those interested in a TV that’s fully equipped, with the highest contrast ratio and the right features to cover all of your needs. the visual splendor of PCs and the latest game consoles or something quite the opposite. We will also highlight affordable TVs.
Our team at The edge is hard at work curating the best Black Friday deals, managing the range of participating retailers and breaking it down by category level. If you don’t know what you want but are eager to see the deals, check out our roundup of the best early Black Friday deals for a more general rundown of the best deals from around the web. Otherwise, head over to our big Black Friday landing page and pick your starting point.
- 1 Samsung TV Deals
- 2 Sony deals
- 3 LG deals
- 4 Badge offers
- 5 Vizio Deals
- 6 TCL deals
Samsung TV Deals
Samsung 55-inch Q60A QLED TV is $700 at Best Buy, down from $800. This model is also available at Amazon for the same price.
Samsung’s 65-inch Q80A QLED TV with full-array local dimming costs $1,200 at Best Buy, down from $1,400.
Samsung’s 70-inch TU6985 LED TV that’s all about size and cost-effectiveness costs $600 at Best Buy, down from $750.
- Samsung’s The Frame, a unique kind of TV that doubles as wall art and an HDR-capable QLED, is discounted on Amazon and Best Buy. You can buy the 65-inch model for $1,498 instead of $2,000, or the 55-inch for $998 instead of $1,500. Best Buy also matches this deal and includes 30 days of FuboTV Pro and the option to save $90 on Facebook Portal TV.
The 65-inch Bravia XR X90J with full-array local dimming for better contrast costs $1,200 at Best Buy, down from $1,500. If all you need is a 50-inch TV, the same model in that size is available for $900 from Best Buy and Amazon.
If you want an OLED, Sony’s Bravia XR A80J with a 65-inch OLED panel costs $1,800 instead of its original $2,300 price at Best Buy and Amazon.
A much smaller OLED from Sony is discounted at Best Buy. The 48-inch Bravia A9S is available for $1,200, down from $300.
- If you don’t want to compromise on features, LG’s C1 OLED may be the right choice for you. The 48-inch model costs $1,100 at Best Buy and Amazon, $200 less than its usual price.
- For something much less expensive, LG’s 50-inch NanoCell 75-series model costs just $500 at Best Buy and Amazon. It’s a small $70 off from what it was previously sold for. Usually jumping to a huge 70-inch TV is a huge price hike, but this model is available in its 70-inch size for just $750 at Best Buy.
- LG also makes a NanoCell 90 Series TV that has full-array dimming zones for improved fidelity in low-light or high-contrast scenes. You can get a 55-inch version for $900 at Best Buy, lower than its original price of $1,100.
Insignia televisions cost significantly less than all of the above brands. While they probably can’t win in a head-to-head competition for panel and backlight quality against many other LED TVs, at least they compete on functionality. Each of them has Amazon’s Fire TV software built in, so you don’t need to buy additional streaming hardware (most models have some form of this feature, be it Android TV, Google TV, Roku, etc.).
Insignia’s 55-inch F30 LED TV is just $300 at Best Buy and Amazon, well below its original price of $550.
- For an improvement in visual quality (especially contrast) thanks to quantum dot technology, the Insignia F50 55-inch TV costs $400 at Best Buy and Amazon. This model usually costs $650 outside of a sale.
Insignia makes different sizes of each of its TVs, and you are guaranteed to find a low price on all of these TVs, so choose the one that suits you best.
Vizio’s mid-range M7 QLED 4K TV with a 50-inch screen starts at the low price of $500 (usually $700) at Best Buy. This model has a 60Hz refresh rate, but the full array local dimming is an impressive feature at this price. If you want a larger version of the M7, the 70-inch model costs just $750 (usually $1,100) at Best Buy.
The best TV Vizio makes that isn’t OLED is the P Series Quantum. You can get the 65-inch PQ9 for $1,000 ($300 off) at Best Buy.
Now, for Vizio’s debut OLED (a Best Buy-exclusive model), the discounts so far aren’t great. The 55-inch model costs $1,000 ($300 off), while the 65-inch version costs $1,500 ($300 off). These are not the best prices ever; they are actually a few hundred dollars off. In terms of functionality, they are competitive with LG’s C1, although some people report that the software of this model is one of its weakest features. However, if you can see past some of those issues, it might be worth the investment.
TCL’s TVs are best known for their Roku integration, but the company has recently started producing models that run on Android TV or Google TV. It’s a very different interface from Roku’s and comes with a different kind of remote, but many of the same features are there.
But that’s not all the decision comes down to. Sometimes the specifications are different, making one model better than another. The way TCL names its TVs more or less indicates the quality. The 6 Series is one of the best (and most expensive) it offers, while anything lower than that will be a slight step down in features and specs.
Finally, TCL’s high-end 6-series TV is also getting some great discounts. The 55-inch model with Roku software, Mini LED backlighting and a QLED panel costs $700 instead of $950 at Best Buy.
You can get the 65-inch model of the 6 Series with Roku software for $898, down from $1,500 at Amazon. For an even larger 75-inch version of the 6 Series TV, but with Google TV software, Best Buy has set you up for $1,300 ($1,000 off the original price).