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TVs steal the show from Black Friday year after year, for good reason: Electronics retailers, big box stores, and wholesale clubs are all slashing prices on TVs of different brands, sizes, and resolutions. In the past, retailers often reserved the biggest deals for in-store shoppers. But with the pandemic still ongoing, there’s a good chance you’ll see more doors online than ever this year.
Many great TV deals start at specific times or will be available in limited quantities, so you’ll have a better chance if you act quickly. See our description of the offer below.
What are the best Black Friday TV deals in 2020?
We’re starting to get a glimpse of Black Friday TV deals from a few retailers. Here are some of the announcements we saw:
Best Buy’s sale will feature a 70-inch Samsung 4K Smart TV for $ 529.99 ($ 220 in savings).
Dell is selling a 65-inch LG OLED 4K Smart Ultra HD TV for $ 1,999 ($ 800 in savings).
Keep checking back, as we’ll post more deals here as soon as we get the details.
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What were the best Black Friday TV deals in 2019?
In 2019, like in previous years, you could find TVs for sale almost everywhere you looked. But major Black Friday players like Target and Best Buy have lived up to their reputations, offering supreme savings.
Best Buy’s sale included the Insignia 58-inch 4K UHD HDR LED Smart TV with Fire TV and Amazon Echo Dot for $ 199.99 ($ 280 off).
Dell offered a 65-inch 4K UHD HDR Vizio Smart TV for $ 639.99 ($ 360 off), plus a $ 50 Dell eGift card. The gate deal began Nov. 28 at 11:00 p.m. ET.
Target sold a 50-inch Westinghouse Roku 4K HDR UHD Smart TV for $ 149.99 ($ 160 off, in-store only).
How to decide if it’s worth it
If you need a TV upgrade, maybe now is the time to act, especially if you’re planning on crouching indoors this winter.
However, Black Friday is not the only one convenient time to buy a TV. Discounts are also common in January and February – close to the Super Bowl – and around the time new models hit shelves, which is usually spring.
How to Budget a TV
Before you drop several hundred dollars on a new TV, decide how much you can comfortably afford to spend on Black Friday shopping. You can use a budget calculator as a guide for dividing your monthly income among different expense categories.