The best Black Friday TV deals available right now: Samsung, TCL, LG, Hisense, Vizio and more
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is coming soon, and you know that means amazing discounts and deals on . Don’t know which TV to buy? We have deals for all kinds of TVs – whether you want to stream movies and shows, connect your console to play, or even display digital art.
You’ll find some great deals on TVs, including a 32-inch Samsung The Frame wall art TV for $ 448, a 70-inch Vizio V-Series for $ 498, and a 55-inch Hisense U8G Android TV for $ 750.
Retailers like like, , and have already published their and many of their best Black Friday TV deals are available now. Here are our favorites so far.
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Samsung’s frame is unlike any other TV. Its ultra-thin screen can also serve as a place to display digital art and is only 24.9mm thick, similar to a typical photo frame. By subscribing to the Samsung Art Store for $ 5 per month, you can access over 1,400 works of art to display on screen. The Frame TV is available in a wide range of sizes – from 32 to 75 inches – and each model gets big discounts on Amazon and elsewhere.
Even with the sale prices, you’ll pay a premium price for The Frame’s unique look, but for design-conscious buyers it might be worth it.
We didn’t review The Frame, but we expect the image quality to be similar to the Samsung QN60A series.
Learn more about the Samsung The Frame TV.
We haven’t reviewed this particular Fire TV, but based on its specs, we would expect similar picture quality to the Toshiba C350, which we reviewed. Long story short: expect pretty basic picture quality. The appeal of the Omni is that you can issue Alexa voice commands in the air and the TV will respond. That’s because it has built-in mics, so it’s basically an Echo speaker with a big screen. In addition to the other standard Fire TV smart features, the Omni will soon work with Apple AirPlay.
For Black Friday, Amazon slashed the price of the 50-inch and 55-inch sizes by $ 150.
The Omni Series is also available in 43, 65, and 75 inch sizes, but these are not currently being discounted.
Learn more about the Amazon Fire TV Omni series.
Vizio’s 70-inch V-series smart TV won’t perform as well as many high-end models, but it’s hard to pass up that panel size for this price. It has Vizio Smart Cast, Vizio Voice and Chromecast built-in, works with Apple AirPlay and much more. Whether you’re looking to replace a main TV or add a giant screen to a spare bedroom, this is a great price.
This offer is available starting Monday, November 22 at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET).
Read our Vizio V-Series review.
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The TCL 6 Series Roku TV is the best value TV we’ve tested, and every size in the series comes at its lowest price point of the year. The 6 Series delivers excellent picture quality with mini-LED backlight technology, QLED color, and full local dimming. Although this TV technically debuted in 2020, the 6 Series is still a current model for 2021.
All three sizes are on sale, but the biggest savings are on the 65-inch model.
Read our Roku TCL 6 Series TV review.
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LG’s C1 OLED TV is currently CNET’s choice for the best TV for high-end buyers. It delivers ridiculously deep black levels and punchy contrast that even the best LCD and QLED TVs can’t match, along with cutting-edge gaming features like G-Sync and FreeSync VRR, 4K / 120Hz input, and all-in-one. new game optimizer. mode with many additional settings. It’s also our favorite gaming TV to pair with an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 (or both).
- LG OLED48C1PUB, 48-inch: $ 1,097 (save $ 200)
- LG OLED55C1PUB, 55-inch: $ 1,297 (save $ 203)
- LG OLED65C1PUB, 65-inch: $ 1,797 (save $ 703)
- LG OLED77C1PUB, 77-inch: $ 2,897 (save $ 903)
- LG OLED83C1PUA, 83-inch: $ 4,997 (save $ 500)
Read our LG C1 OLED TV review.
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Speaking of high-end TVs, Samsung’s QN90A TV is another of our favorites that just got a price cut for Black Friday. This TV uses mini-LED augmented QLED TV technology for a brighter picture than any OLED TV. The dramatic contrast of the OLED always won out in my side-by-side tests, so I still recommend the LG C1 overall, but the QN90A comes closer than ever. And in the 85-inch size, this Samsung costs a lot less than the 83-inch C1.
- Samsung QN50QN90A, 50-inch: $ 1,198 (save $ 302)
- Samsung QN55QN90A, 55-inch: $ 1,298 (save $ 502)
- Samsung QN65QN90A, 65-inch: $ 1,698 (save $ 703)
- Samsung QN75QN90A, 75-inch: $ 2,598 (save $ 902)
- Samsung QN85QN90A, 85-inch: $ 3,298 (save $ 1,702)
Read our review of Samsung’s QN90A QLED TV.
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This mid-range TV is pretty much the benchmark for very good picture quality. It is one of the cheaper TVs with full local dimming, which allows it to deliver beautiful high dynamic range videos as well as variable refresh rate for gaming. We didn’t like it as much as the TCL 6 series in our side-by-side comparison, but it costs less.
With the exception of the 65-inch size, which remains scarce, all other sizes have come down to their lowest prices of the year.
Read our Vizio M7-Series Quantum review.
Hisense is perhaps best known for its inexpensive TVs, but the U8G is something different. This top-of-the-line model delivers the kind of HDR brightness and impact found on very expensive TVs like the Samsung QN90A, but for hundreds less. We prefer the TCL 6 series overall, but that discount on the 55-inch Hisense U8G makes it $ 50 cheaper.
Read our review of the Hisense U8G series.
This 65-inch TV from Element runs Roku’s streaming software for easy access to all your favorite apps, and has a slim bezel to make it look even better when hung on your wall. It’s a newer model, and while it might not have all of the features that other models do, the price more than makes up for that.
This offer is currently sold out nationwide, but may be available at your local target.
We haven’t reviewed this TV, but based on its specs, it probably won’t provide as good a picture as the Roku TCL 6 Series TV, or even a high-end Samsung like the QN60A. On the flip side, if you want a big screen from the world’s most popular TV brand, it’s as great a price as we’ve seen.
This offer is currently out of stock nationwide, but may be available at your local Walmart.
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Maybe you’re not looking for a high-end TV at all. If so, our go-to pick is the TCL 4 series because it has our favorite smart TV system – Roku – and picture quality that’s still pretty good for most people. We haven’t reviewed the 55S21 featured in that sale at Walmart yet, but according to TCL it should perform the same as the 55S435 we reviewed (pictured), and it costs a lot less.
This offer is currently out of stock nationwide.