4K TVs of all sizes and specs see prices drop several times over the course of the year, but the time we typically see the highest concentration of stellar deals is right now, as Black Friday hits and the Cyber Monday is fast approaching. You’ve come to the right place if you are looking for a TV deal, and yes, that includes people interested in a TV that has all the bells or all the whistles, with the highest contrast ratio and the right features to enjoy all the bells and whistles. 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 works hard to compile the best Black Friday deals, cover the full range of participating retailers, as well as break them down to the category level. If you don’t know what you want but can’t wait to see the deals, head over to our roundup of the best Black Friday deals for a more general look at the best deals on the internet. Otherwise, head over to our great Black Friday landing page and pick your starting point.
Samsung TV Deals
The 65-inch Bravia XR X90J with full local dimming for better contrast costs $ 1,200 at Best Buy, compared to $ 1,500. If all you need is a 50-inch TV, that same model is available in this size 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 initial cost of $ 2,300 at Best Buy and Amazon.
A much smaller OLED from Sony is on sale at Best Buy. The 48-inch Bravia A9S is available for $ 1,200, down from $ 300.
LG’s most affordable OLED TV is its A1, which is now available in its 48-inch size for just $ 900 (usually $ 1,200). This model has a 60Hz refresh rate and lacks HDMI 2.1 ports unlike LG’s more expensive 2021 OLED TVs, but it can still deliver exceptional picture quality.
- If you don’t want to compromise on functionality, LG’s OLED C1 might be right for you. The 48-inch model costs $ 1,100 at Best Buy and Amazon, down $ 200 from its regular price.
- For something much less expensive, LG’s 50-inch NanoCell 75 series model costs just $ 500 at Best Buy and Amazon. This is a small discount of $ 70 from its previous sale price. Usually, upgrading to a huge 70-inch TV is a huge price increase, but this model is available in its 70-inch size for just $ 750 from Best Buy.
- LG also makes a NanoCell 90 series TV with full dimming zones for better fidelity in low light or high contrast scenes. You can get a 55-inch version for $ 900 at Best Buy, down from its original price of $ 1,100.
Insignia TVs cost significantly less than any of the above brands. While they probably can’t win in a direct competition for panel and backlight quality against many other LED TVs, at least they do compete in terms of functionality. Each of them comes with Amazon’s Fire TV software, so you don’t need to purchase additional streaming hardware (most models come with some form of this feature, whether Android TV, Google TV , Roku, etc.).
Insignia’s 55-inch F30 LED TV costs just $ 300 at Best Buy and Amazon, well below its original price of $ 550.
- For superior visual quality (especially its contrast) using quantum dot technology, the Insignia F50 55-inch TV costs $ 400 from Best Buy and Amazon. This model typically costs $ 650 outside of a sale.
Insignia manufactures several sizes of each of its TVs, and you’re sure to find a low price on each one, so pick the one that’s right for you.
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 its full local dimming is an impressive feature at this price point. 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 an OLED is its Quantum P series. You can get the 65-inch PQ9 for $ 1,000 ($ 300 off) at Best Buy.
Now for Vizio’s first OLED (a Best Buy-exclusive model), the discounts aren’t actually great so far. The 55-inch model costs $ 1,000 ($ 300 off), while the 65-inch version costs $ 1,500 ($ 300 off). These aren’t the best prices ever; they’re a few hundred dollars, in fact. In terms of features, they are competitive with LG’s C1, although some people report that this model’s software is one of its weaker attributes. If you can look past some of these issues, it might be worth the investment.
TCL TVs are best known for their Roku integration, but the company has recently started producing models that work on Android TV or Google TV. It’s a very different interface than Roku, and it will come with a different type of remote, but many of the same features are present.
But that’s not all. Sometimes the specifications will be different, making one model better than the other. The way TCL names its televisions more or less indicates its quality. Its 6 Series is some of the best (and costliest) it offers, while anything below that will be a slight dip in features and specs.
Finally, TCL’s top-of-the-range 6-series television also benefits from attractive discounts. The 55-inch model with Roku software, Mini LED backlight, and QLED panel costs $ 700 instead of $ 950 at Best Buy.
You can get the 65-inch Series 6 model with Roku software for $ 898, compared to $ 1,500 on Amazon. For an even larger 75-inch version of the Series 6 TV, but with Google TV software, Best Buy is offering you $ 1,300 ($ 1,000 off its original price).