‘Tis the season to be streaming, but chances are you’ve watched a lot of TV throughout 2020. Who could blame you? Nothing informs, entertains or brings people together easier than a trending new show or must-see live broadcast. So if you’re looking to give the gift that truly keeps on giving, we recommend leveling up a home entertainment system—yours or someone else’s.
The biggest Black Friday TV sales started rolling out weeks before the actual “holiday” on November 27. Major retailers like Best Buy, Walmart and Amazon are already running deals on a variety of TV brands and models at a range of prices and sizes.
To find your screen dream, try online comparison shopping and scouting for digital coupons at your favorite retailers. Or, even better, just bookmark this page and check back with us. We’re doing regular updates on the best Black Friday TV deals until the sales are over.
The Best TV Black Friday Deals 2020
Keep scrolling for some of the best Black Friday TV deals that are live right now.
Samsung – 70″ Class 6 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV—Now $530 (was $750)
Sony – 43″ Class X800H Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV—Now $450 (was $600)
Sceptre 50″ Class TV (2160p) Android Smart 4K LED TV with Google Assistant—Now $250 (was $500)
RCA 50″ Class 4K Ultra HD—Now $220 (was $330)
Insignia NS-43DF710NA21 43-inch Smart 4K UHD – Fire TV Edition—Now $200 (was $300)
Sony X950H 75 Inch TV: 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV—$2,398 (was $2,600). This 4K LED smart TV features Sony’s clearest processor to bring you striking images in rich detail. Game Mode offers a smoother, more vibrant, and lag-free gaming experience. Plus, you can connect the TV to Alexa or Google Home to stream YouTube videos, check the weather, and quickly find your favorite movies and shows.
Toshiba – 50″ Class LED 4K UHD Smart FireTV Edition TV—$260 (was $380). Talk about a bargain. This 50-inch Toshiba Smart TV is the perfect size for a living room or bedroom, and allows you to stream content from all your favorite platforms, including Apple TV, Disney+, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, and Twitch. 4K UHD resolution makes for clear, vibrant visuals.
Samsung – 32″ Class The Frame Series Full HD Smart Tizen TV—$480 (was $600). If you’re all about form and function, consider the Samsung Frame Series Smart TV. We don’t typically call a TV set gorgeous, but this one is so sleek and literally turns into a piece of artwork when it’s turned off. WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity allow for straightforward streaming, and Quantum color scheme shows every hue at its most saturated.
Sony – 65″ Class X900H Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV—$1,000 (was $1,400). For great sound, look to the Sony LED UHD Smart TV, which features two sound positioning tweeters (or loudspeakers) that follow the action in your favorite karate flick or video game. 4K resolution and a clarity technology provide true-to-life visuals without lagging or skips.
Samsung – 75″ Class 8 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV—$998 (was $1,200). Enjoy rich, clear colors and stunning detail with the Samsung 4K UHD Smart TV. The LED display shows clear pictures regardless of lighting, and Tizen allows you to access a wide variety of apps for an integrated entertainment experience.
Samsung 75″ Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart QLED TV—$1,198 (was $1,700). Save an impressive $500 on this Samsung QLED TV. Dual LEDs show warm and cool tones at their most nuanced, and the 4K processor sharpens fine details. A barely-there bezel on the sides gives a sleek look, and the Game Enhancer feature automatically adjusts to prevent lags.
LG – 65″ Class NanoCell 85 Series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV—$900 (was $1,200). The LG Smart TV connects to your Alexa or Google Assistant—but if you haven’t invested in those, it also comes with its own voice-response program, LG ThinQ. A 120Hz refresh rate provides smooth, clear visuals while gaming or watching sports, and the 4K UHD resolution with Dolby Vision IQ automatically adjusts to make every scene more cinematic.
Sony – 65″ Class A8H Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Android TV—$1,800 (was $2,800). A good TV is an investment you’ll gather around for years to come, and for $1,000 off, you just can’t beat the Sony UHD smart TV. Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos makes surround sound swell to life in your bedroom or living room, and a subwoofer built into the back of the TV enhances bass. Bluetooth connectivity lets you stream anything you so desire, and 4K Ultra HD resolution combined with an advanced picture processor lets you see your favorite movies and shows in lifelike color.
Sony X800H 65 Inch TV: 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV—$798 (was $1,000). Capture crisp, stunning visuals and true-to-life colors with the dynamic Sony Ultra HD Smart LED TV. Apple AirPlay lets you cast your favorite shows, movies, podcasts, and YouTube videos straight to the TV from your phone, and Game Mode enriches your PS5 experience by preventing stutters and lags.
Samsung 75-inch Class QLED Q70T Series—$1,498 (was $2,200). Connect Alexa to this Samsung QLED smart TV to control your home appliances, check the weather, and stream your favorite music, TV shows, and YouTube videos right to the 75″ screen. A 120Hz refresh rate ensures clear, smooth frames.
Sceptre 32″ Class 720P HD LED TV—SAVE 27 PERCENT. This Sceptre 32-inch isn’t Smart, no offense, but it’s another inexpensive option if your household’s looking to acquire another TV and already has a stand-alone streaming device. It’s lightweight and quick to set up—buyers marvel at the fact that it comes with a screwdriver for attaching the feet and batteries for the remote. Sceptre, you know just how to charm us…
TCL 65″ Class 4K UHD LED Roku Smart TV —SAVE $70. What’s a 4K TV? The best and brightest TV screen out there, with about four times the resolution of full HD. This TCL is out of the most affordable 4K models around. The built-in Roku makes it easy to watch in the hodgepodge way most of us do nowadays—a little streaming, a borrowed cable password from an ex’s uncle, maybe even a satellite subscription…
Sony – 43″ Class X800H Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV—SAVE $150. Find you a TV that can do it all. This mid-sized TV with TRILUMINOS display and advanced surround sound turn any viewing experience into a theatrical release. It’s also a favorite of gamers, thanks to a dedicated 4K game mode for PlayStation and Motionflow XR 240 technology that eliminates motion blur during fast-paced entertainment. This Smart Android TV employs Google Assistant, but also syncs seamlessly with Amazon Alexa and Apple Airplay 2.
Sony 65″ Class 4K UHD LED Android Bravia Series Smart TV—NOW $598 (SAVE $400). Sony’s BRAVIA technology is beloved among electronics experts for its unrivaled picture and sound, which is really the most important thing in a TV. Of course, this Sony television still has a bevy of other features—game mode, Motionflow XR 240 technology, and easy connectivity to other smart devices—at a prodigious size. Get ready to host a lot more movie nights.