When it comes to TV sales, most people think Black Friday Deals only come once a year. Indeed, for years, the day after Thanksgiving was the epicenter of TV discounts and often featured door-to-door deals that would see 55- or 65-inch TVs for less than $500.
Luckily, in 2022, you don’t have to wait to find the best Black Friday TV deals — they started on November 1 and many sales will continue until the end of the month.
This means that right now there are plenty of door-breaking deals that don’t have you queuing outside in the cold – just throw it in your online shopping cart and check out.
In order to help you find the best TV deals available right now, I’ve rounded up the best I could find – from the cheapest LED-LCD TVs to the best discounts on top QD-OLED models – and selected them. below.
The cheapest offer? This 24-inch smart TV is just $99
Cheap TVs aren’t always recommended, but if you’re buying a TV as a gift for someone who doesn’t need all the bells and whistles, this 720p Fire TV has a plethora of streaming services and doesn’t only costs $109.
What you get in this deal is an Amazon Fire TV with a voice remote that will allow you to search for shows using just your voice. It’s slightly small at just 24 inches and tops out at 720p resolution, but that’s not uncommon for this size.
If you want something Great cheap, you won’t find anything cheaper.
Go big? This 75-inch Samsung TV is $579 at Best Buy
The best part of Black Friday TV shopping is finding a 75-inch TV on sale at an incredibly low price. And that’s exactly what we found with the 75-inch TV690T.
For just $579 at Best Buy, you get a massive 4K LED smart TV. It uses direct LED lighting (better than edge lighting) and supports HDR. If you want to connect it to your home smart platforms, the TV supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can stream content from your Apple device using AirPlay 2. For the size, it’s difficult to find a lower price.
Want a smart TV? This 43-inch Amazon Fire TV is just $219 at Amazon
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It’s not just massive 75-inch TVs and OLEDs that are discounted for Black Friday. If you’re shopping on a budget this holiday season, there’s plenty to save on entry-level sets.
Concrete example, this The Insignia 43-inch F30 4K TV is on sale for $219 at Amazon (opens in a new tab). That’s an $80 savings from its full retail price of $299. It’s a great choice if you need a second TV for a guest room or office space, but it’ll get the job done in just about any situation. It offers full 4K Ultra-HD resolution, as well as easy access to all best streaming services. Plus, you can control the entire TV with just your voice thanks to the built-in Alexa features.
Don’t need 4K? This 40-inch Hisense smart TV costs even less
Although 4K is the new de facto resolution for many streaming content, most cable content only streams in Full HD. If you’re someone who doesn’t feel ready to jump on the 4K bandwagon just yet and would be happy with a 40-inch screen size, then the Hisense A4G on sale at Best Buy for $149 (opens in a new tab) may be for you.
Without testing this one out for ourselves, we can’t claim to know how it would perform – but the specs seem fine for the price. The speakers are likely to be on the weaker side and the VIDAA smart platform isn’t seen frequently here in the US so it’s likely to be missing some apps, but basic functionality is all there.
Are you looking for an OLED? This Sony Bravia OLED costs less than $1,000
The cavalcade of OLED TV deals continues to roll with this excellent deal on last year’s Sony A80J OLED TV. The 55-inch model is just under a grand at Best Buy compared to its usual price. It’s a huge price reduction and a big discount to start the week.
What we love about Sony’s OLED TVs are their excellent processors capable of delivering excellent color accuracy and motion interpolation, and their built-in Google TV smart platform. No, they’re not as bright as a Samsung QLED, but we’d say their picture performance is just as good if not better.
How about the best OLED? Get the award-winning LG C2 OLED at a huge discount
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We like the LG C2 OLED here at Tom’s Guide, which is why it’s good to see it sliced up in price for the Black Friday deals period.
The LG C2 OLED tops our list of best tvs. And that’s why you’ll definitely want to take advantage of this deal on the LG C2 65″ 4K OLED TV, which is currently 57% off its regular price at Walmart. For context, that’s over $2,000 off!
What makes the C2 OLED a great pickup? Top-tier performance, plenty of wearing options, and great gaming features come together in one sleek package. It’s a great mix of price and performance, making it a complete winner.
The #1 TV deal? This QD-OLED is $1,200 off MSRP
Looking to upgrade to a QD-OLED display? Amazon has a lot on the Samsung S95B OLED, Samsung’s first QD-OLED TV.
Right now you can get $1,200 off the Samsung S95B at Amazon (opens in a new tab) for the 65-inch version of the QD-OLED, dropping it from $2,997 to $1,897. For a TV that’s only six months old, that’s a great price – and the lowest we’ve yet seen according to the buyer-savvy website CamelCamelCamel (opens in a new tab).
Want a QLED without breaking the bank? This Amazon Omni TV is now $599
Unlike LED-LCD technology, QLED TVs promise a wider color gamut and better brightness and contrast, but they can be pricey. But that’s not the case with this 65-inch Amazon Omni 4K TV.
Right now you can get the Amazon 65″ Omni 4K QLED TV for $599 (opens in a new tab), which is a nice saving of $200. Yet cheap doesn’t necessarily mean thrifty, with the TV offering HDR10/HLG/HDR10+ Adaptive/Dolby Vision IQ support, full local dimming and four HDMI ports (one HDMI 2.1 with eARC). You also get built-in Alexa support.
You’ll have to settle for a 60Hz refresh rate panel, but other than that, this TV is definitely worth your attention.
Another LG OLED TV at an unbeatable price!
LG TVs always have great discounts around Black Friday so we have another OLED set to bring to your attention.
It’s an entry-level OLED, so you’re not getting a 120Hz refresh rate. But at this size and with LG’s reputation for making great OLED TVs, it’s a discount you won’t want to ignore.