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Best Black Friday TV deals: Here are the top TV deals from LG, Vizio, Samsung, Sony, and more

 

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  • Black Friday is a great time to shop for all sorts of electronics, from laptops and tablets to kitchen gadgets and large appliances. 
  • Some of the best discounts you’ll find are on TVs, from brands like Samsung, TCL, LG, and more. 
  • Many popular sellers, including Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, will offer TV deals in stores on the big day. But if you don’t want to face the crowds, you’ll also be able to find some great deals online. 
  • We’ve compiled a list of the best Black Friday TV deals we know about so far. Keep an eye on this page; we’ll be adding new promotions as they drop. 
  • To save more on Black Friday deals this year, visit Business Insider Coupons. You can also check out all the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals we’ve found on Insider Picks.

Black Friday is here, and stores are running major deals on all sorts of electronics. And some of the best tech deals you’ll find will be on TVs, at all price points, from brands across the board. 

We’ve compiled all the best Black Friday TV deals that are active and those that are coming up as well. Read on for the best Black Friday TV deals that major retailers are running, including Best Buy, Amazon, Target, and more. And don’t worry about lugging it from store to home: Many retailers are also offering free shipping.

The best TV deals for Black Friday 2019

  1. LG 65-inch C9 OLED 4K TV, $1,997 (originally $2,796.99) [You save $800], available at Newegg
  2. LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $1,799.99 (originally $2,299.99) [You save $500], available at Best Buy and Amazon
  3. Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum 4K TV, $879 (originally $1,199.99) [You save $321], available at Amazon and Best Buy
  4. Sony 65-inch A8G OLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $2,799.99) [You save $800], available at Best Buy and Amazon
  5. Samsung 65-inch Q70R QLED 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1,000], available at Samsung, Best Buy, and Amazon
  6. TCL 75-inch 75R615 Roku 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $1,799.99) [You save $500], available at Best Buy
  7. Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $1,699.99) [You save $500], available at Costco
  8. Samsung 82-inch Q900 8K QLED TV, $4,997.99 (originally $9,997.99) [You save $5,000], available at Amazon, Samsung, and Best Buy
  9. VIZIO 65-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV, $649.99 (originally $799.99) [You save $150], available at Best Buy
  10. Samsung 82-inch Q60 QLED 4K TV, $1,997.99 (originally $3,799.99) [You save $1,802], available at Amazon, Best Buy, BJ’s, and Samsung
  11. TCL 65-inch S425 Roku 4K TV, $399.99 (originally $749.99) [You save $350], available at Target and Walmart

Monica Chin also contributed to this post.

Updated on 11/29/2019: Updated pricing and links.

LG 65-inch C9 OLED 4K TV

LG 65-inch C9 OLED 4K TV, $1,997 (originally $2,796.99) [You save $800], available at Newegg

LG’s 2019 C9 OLED is among the very best 65-inch 4K HDR TVs on the market, and it’s now available for one of its lowest prices ever. It’s on sale at most retailers for $2,099, but Newegg is offering it at the lowest price we’ve seen, for $1,997.

Thanks to its OLED panel, the TV is capable of superior black levels, contrast, and viewing angles over traditional LCD and QLED displays, making it an ideal pick for home theaters. HDR playback with Dolby Vision support is also included, along with wide color gamut coverage, HDMI 2.1 ports, a voice remote, and support for Google Assistant and Alexa.

Note: Newegg is offering it through a third-party reseller. Best Buy, Amazon, and other major retailers are offering it for approximately $2,099  — Steven Cohen

LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV

LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $1,799.99 (originally $2,299.99) [You save $500], available at Best Buy

LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $1,796.99, (originally $2,299.99) [You save $503], available at Amazon

LG’s most affordable 65-inch OLED TV is now even cheaper thanks to a $500 discount. While it uses a slightly less powerful image processor compared to the C9, the B9 still features the same great OLED panel found on LG’s more expensive display models — enabling superior black levels, contrast, and viewing angles over traditional LCD and QLED displays. HDR playback with Dolby Vision support is also included, along with wide color gamut coverage, HDMI 2.1 ports, a voice remote, and support for Google Assistant and Alexa. If you miss the C9 deal at Newegg, definitely try to snag this one.  — Steven Cohen

Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum 4K TV

Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum 4K TV, $879 (originally $1,199.99) [You save $321], available at Amazon

Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum 4K TV, $899.99 (originally $1,199.99) [You save $300], available at Best Buy

At a sale price of just under $900, VIZIO’s mid-range 2019 65-inch Quantum TV offers some of the best image performance for its class. With quantum dots, 200 zones of full-array local dimming, Dolby Vision support, and up to 1,100 nits of brightness, the set’s HDR and color performance rival many competing LCD displays that cost more. Though the TV’s SmartCast streaming platform doesn’t have as many on-screen apps as some competitors’, the display allows customers to cast a larger selection of streaming services to the TV from an Android or iOS device.  — Steven Cohen

Sony 65-inch A8G OLED 4K TV

Sony 65-inch A8G OLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $2,799.99) [You save $800], available at Best Buy

Sony 65-inch A8G OLED 4K TV, $1,998 (originally $2,799.99) [You save $801.99], available at Amazon

Not content to let LG have all the fun, Sony is also discounting one of its OLED TVs for Black Friday, offering the A8G for $800 off its regular price. While it lacks the more advanced processing found in the company’s step-up A9G model, the A8G still features impressive performance with inky black levels, wide color gamut coverage, and Dolby Vision HDR support. The Android TV platform is also integrated for access to a nice selection of apps, and the display uses Sony’s unique Acoustic Surface technology to turn the screen itself into a speaker.  — Steven Cohen

Samsung 65-inch Q70R QLED 4K TV

Samsung 65-inch Q70R QLED 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1,000], available at Samsung

Samsung 65-inch Q70R QLED 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1,000], available at Best Buy

Samsung 65-inch Q70R QLED 4K TV, $1,197.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1,002], available at Amazon

Now available for $1,000 off its MSRP, Samsung’s Q70R is the company’s most affordable 2019 QLED display with full-array local dimming technology, allowing the TV to produce deeper blacks levels compared to step-down LCD models. Unlike some other brands, Samsung’s TVs don’t include Dolby Vision capabilities, but the Q70R does support the competing HDR10+ format. Quantum dot color, voice control via the Bixby voice assistant, and Samsung’s Tizen-powered smart TV platform are all integrated.  — Steven Cohen

TCL 75-inch 75R615 Roku 4K TV

TCL 75-inch 75R615 Roku 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $1,799.99) [You save $400], available at Best Buy

If you’re in the market for an extra-large screen, this 75-inch TCL 4K HDR TV offers an incredible value at its current sale price. While it lacks the more advanced quantum dot technology found in the company’s newest models, the display still offers wide color support and features 160-zones of full-array local dimming for deep black levels and great HDR performance. The TV’s integrated app selection is also comprehensive and responsive thanks to the use of the Roku smart TV platform.  — Steven Cohen

Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV

Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum X 4K TV, $999.99 (originally $1,699.99) [You save $700], available at Costco

Already a great value at its regular price, VIZIO’s flagship 65-inch Quantum display is now available with a $700 discount through Costco. With support for up to 3,000 nits, the Quantum X is one of the brightest 4K displays on the market from any brand, enabling impressive HDR performance. Though gradients aren’t as smooth as some competing models, the TV’s quantum dot technology enables great wide color gamut capabilities. The SmartCast platform is also integrated, letting customers access select streaming services via the display’s on-screen interface and an even larger assortment of apps from a separate Android or iOS mobile device.  — Steven Cohen

Samsung 82-inch Q900 8K QLED TV

Samsung 82-inch Q900 8K QLED TV, $4,997.99 (originally $9,997.99) [You save $5,000], available at Amazon

Samsung 82-inch Q900 8K QLED TV, $4,999.99 (originally $9,999.99) [You save $5,000], available at Samsung

Samsung 82-inch Q900 8K QLED TV, $4,999.99 (originally $9,999.99) [You save $5,000], available at Best Buy

For users ready to make the leap to 8K, you can get a whopping $5,000 price cut on Samsung’s giant-sized 82-inch Q900 QLED TV. Though actual 8K content isn’t really available yet, the TV offers advanced upscaling, allowing the display to enhance lower-resolution videos like 4K or 1080p. Full-array local dimming and quantum dots are integrated as well, offering inky black levels and bright, colorful HDR performance with HDR10+ support. Bixby voice control and Samsung’s robust smart TV platform are also included.  — Steven Cohen

Vizio 65-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV

VIZIO 65-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV, $649.99 (originally $799.99) [You save $150], available at Best Buy

VIZIO’s entry-level 65-inch Quantum TV is now available for $650, making it a great option for customers who want to upgrade to a new wide-color 4K HDR set without breaking the bank. Performance isn’t quite on par with the company’s more expensive models, but with 90 zones of full-array local dimming, up to 600 nits of brightness, and Dolby Vision support, the TV offers great HDR playback for its price. VIZIO’s SmartCast platform is also featured, enabling app casting from mobile devices and compatibility with Alexa or Google Assistant devices.  — Steven Cohen

Samsung 82-inch Q60 QLED 4K TV

Samsung 82-inch Q60 QLED 4K TV, $1,997.99 (originally $3,799.99) [You save $1,802], available at Amazon

Samsung 82-inch Q60 QLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $3,799.99) [You save $1,800], available at Best Buy

Samsung 82-inch Q60 QLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $3,799.99) [You save $1,800], available at BJ’s

Samsung 82-inch Q60 QLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $3,799.99) [You save $1,800], available at Samsung

The 82-inch version of Samsung’s entry-level QLED TV model is now on sale for $1,800 off its list price. While the TV doesn’t use full-array local dimming like Samsung’s step-up models, it does feature quantum dot color technology and support for HDR10+ content, all in a massive-screen TV that costs less than $2,000. Like other Samsung displays, it comes with Bixby voice control and compatibility with Google Assistant and Alexa devices.  — Steven Cohen

TCL 65-inch S425 Roku 4K TV

TCL 65-inch S425 Roku 4K TV, $399.99 (originally $749.99) [You save $350], available at Target

TCL 65-inch S425 Roku 4K TV, $599 (originally $749.99) [You save $150], available at Walmart

It doesn’t include many of the step-up features like local dimming, quantum dots, or Dolby Vision found on most of the displays listed here, but TCL’s 65-inch S425 still offers solid entry-level 4K performance for its price. Basic HDR capabilities are onboard, along with reliable streaming app support through the display’s integrated Roku smart TV platform. We named TCL’s S425 series the best affordable TV for 2019. — Steven Cohen

Best Black Friday TV deals by store

Best Buy TV deals for Black Friday 2019

  1. LG 65-inch B9 OLED 4K TV, $1,799.99 (originally $2,299.99) [You save $500]
  2. Vizio 65-inch P-Series Quantum 4K TV, $899.99 (originally $1,199.99) [You save $300]
  3. Sony 65-inch A8G OLED 4K TV, $1,999.99 (originally $2,799.99) [You save $800]
  4. Samsung 65-inch Q70R QLED 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1,000]
  5. TCL 75-inch 75R615 Roku 4K TV, $1,199.99 (originally $1,799.99) [You save $500]
  6. VIZIO 65-inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV, $649.99 (originally $799.99) [You save $150]

Samsung TV deals for Black Friday 2019

  • 65-inch Q70R QLED TV, $1,199.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1,000] 
  • 65-inch The Frame QLED TV, $1,599 (originally $2,799.99) [You save $1,200] 
  • Samsung 82-inch Q900 8K QLED TV, $4,999.99 (originally $9,999.99) [You save $5,000]
  • 75-inch Q60 QLED TV, $1,499.99 (originally $2,999.99) [You save $1,500]
  • 65-inch Q90R QLED TV, $2,199.99 (originally $3,499.99) [You save $1,300] 
  • 75-inch Q80R QLED TV, $2,299.99 (originally $3,999.99) [You save $1,700] 

BJ’s TV deals for Black Friday 2019 (starting November 22):

  1. Samsung 75-inch NU6950 LED TV, $749.99 (originally $1,499.99) [You save $750] 
  2. LG 65-inch SM8600, $769.99 (originally $1,469.99) [You save $700] 
  3. Samsung 65-inch Q7DR, $1,199.99 (originally $2,199.99) [You save $1000] 
  4. Samsung 75-inch Q6DR, $1,499.99 (originally $2,999.99) [You save $1,500] 
  5. Samsung 82-inch Q6DR, $1,999.99 (originally $3,799.99) [You save $1,800] 

Target TV deals for Black Friday 2019 (starting November 28):

  1. TCL 40-inch S325, $169.99 (originally $259.99) [You save $90] 
  2. LG 43-inch UM6910, $249.99 (originally $349.99) [You save $100] 
  3. TCL 55-inch S425,$279.99 (originally $449.99) [You save $170] 
  4. TCL 65-inch S425, $399.99 (originally $749.99) [You save $350] 
  5. Samsung 65-inch RU7100, $599.99 (originally $899.99) [You save $300]

Costco TV deals for Black Friday 2019 (starting November 22):

    1. Samsung 50-inch NU6950, $280 (originally $329.99) [You save $50] 
    2. TCL 65-inch R613, $600 (originally $699.99) [You save $99.99] 
    3. Vizio 65-inch G1, $1,000 (originally $1,299.99) [You save $299.99] 
    4. Vizio 75-inch G1, $1,700 (originally $2,499) [You save $800] 
    5. LG 86-inch UM8070 LED TV, $1,950 (originally $2,249.99) [You save $299.99] 

What brand of TV is the best?

If you plan on shopping for a TV on Black Friday, you’ll likely see an overwhelming number of deals and bundles. To make sure you don’t waste money on devices that won’t last or don’t deliver the quality you’re looking for, we recommend that you choose the TV you want in advance, and then figure out when (and where) you’ll get the lowest price. 

To find the best TV brand for you, you’ll first want to figure out your price range: TCL and Insignia sell a number of widely recommended budget TVs, while Samsung, Sony, and LG are better known for high-end devices.

If you plan on using your TV’s native interface (rather than connecting a streaming stick), you should also research various brands’ operating systems. LG’s smart TVs run the company’s voice-enabled, highly advanced WebOS, while TCL’s TVs run the more bare-bones Roku interface. 

You’ll also want to consider the resolution you’re looking for, the size you want, and the number of ports you need (if you plan on connecting a lot of peripherals). — Monica Chin

The best TV brands include: 

  • LG
  • TCL
  • Sony
  • Vizio
  • Samsung
  • Toshiba

Will TV prices drop after Christmas?

Some TVs may see lower prices after Christmas than they do on Black Friday. But keep in mind that Black Friday is the only day of the year when just about every television is certain to see a discount. It’s possible that the TV you want will keep its low price through the new year — but this won’t be the case for all TVs, so make sure you’ve done your research if you plan to sit Black Friday out. — Monica Chin

What are the best TVs for 2019?

The best TVs for 2019 include: 

  • LG C8 OLED TV: The $1,297 OLED C8P provides an incredible viewing experience. It also features LG’s state-of-the-art WebOS, powered by the company’s top-notch a9 processor. And it’s much better value than many luxury OLED TVs, which can cost multiple thousands of dollars. 
  • TCL 6 Series Roku TV: The $529 TCL 6-Series is our favorite 4K TV under $650. It’s one of the only TVs at its price point to feature contrast control zones, which can adjust brightness only in certain areas to add dynamic contrast. It’s the closest you can get to an OLED panel at a budget price. It’s also powered by Roku TV, which is easy to use and features thousands of apps. 
  • Sony A9F OLED TV: If you’re seeking a truly premium set, we recommend the $3,798 Sony Bravia A9F. It has speakers built into its kickstand which use the TV’s surface area to disperse sound throughout your living room. It runs Android Oreo, which is simple to navigate and integrated seamlessly with Google Play apps and Google Assistant. And most importantly, it delivers the most breathtaking picture of any TV on the market.  
  • Vizio P-Series: Vizio’s mid-range P-Series is the best TV for the money. The picture quality is comparable to that of Samsung’s QLED panels, providing a very bright picture that supports HDR content. Vizio’s TVs work with Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can cast up content from your phone or computer with Vizio’s SmartCast feature. 
  • Samsung Q8 Series: Samsung’s Q8FN is the best TV for gamers. It offers an excellent 13ms response time, and a 120Hz panel, and it supports FreeSync, an open-source refresh-rate technology which enables the TV to sync its own refresh rate with the output of the connected device. The result: You’ll have a smooth experience playing games running at high frame rates. — Monica Chin

What is the best TV for the money?

The best TVs for the money include: 

  • TCL 55-inch S425 Series: The best TV for your money is TCL’s 55-inch S425 series. It’s powered by Roku TV’s exceptional smart interface, offers thousands of built-in apps, and delivers a decent picture as well. And it sports ports galore, including three HDMI ports, a USB 2.0, an Ethernet jack, a video composite, and an optical audio output. 
  • Toshiba 55-inch 4K Fire TV Edition: The Toshiba is our favorite affordable TV with Amazon Alexa built in. It runs Amazon’s Fire TV interface (the one you get if you stick a Fire TV stick into another set) and provides Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and pretty much any other streaming service you want. 
  • LG 50-inch UM7300: While you may see the word “LG” and think “expensive,” the 49-inch 7300 is just $299.99, and it delivers the best picture quality of its price range. It supports HDR10, and comes with Google Assistant and Alexa built in. 
  • TCL Roku 49-inch S405: TCL’s 49-inch S405 is the best TV under $400. Like the S425, this set runs Roku’s excellent platform, providing Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and more. And at just 49 inches wide, it’s a great option for bedrooms, dorms, and smaller spaces. 
  • Insignia 39-inch 1080p Fire TV Edition: For the ultra-budget-minded, Insignia’s $169 Fire TV is the best television under $200. It has a small screen and only offers 1080p resolution, but it also offers all the smart features of the Fire TV platform, and supports Alex voice control. You also get a decent array of ports, including three HDMI, one USB, an antenna input, and a composite input. — Monica Chin

What is the best 50-inch TV for the money?

The best TV for the money is the TCL 65-inch S425 series. At $249.99 from Amazon, it’s the best TV you can get for under $500. 

The S425 comes with the Roku streaming platform, which grants you easy access to Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and whatever other streaming platforms you like. Its LED display delivers better colors and contrast than other TVs in its price category.  — Monica Chin

 

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