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You can drop a ton of money when you’re buying a new TV, but you don’t have to spend quite as much if you wait for the Black Friday shopping season. It’s possible to find some of the newest TVs for hundreds of dollars off, plus steep discounts on previous-generation models as well. This year, you don’t have to wait for the day of Black Friday to get a great price on a new 4K smart TV or even an OLED set. There are a bunch of Black Friday TV deals available right now, and we collected the best ones we could find here.
55-inch LG OLED CX 4K Smart TV - $1,399
LG’s 55-inch CX OLED smart TV is down to $1,399, which is the lowest we’ve ever seen it. The 65-inch model is at an all-time low, too, and on Amazon you can save an extra $47 when you clip the on-page coupon. LG launched both of these TVs earlier this year and, in addition to giving you all the great features OLED has to offer, they also have 120Hz refresh rates and support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync.
Another CES 2020 TV, the 75-inch Sony X900H, is $400 off for Black Friday, bringing it down to $1,598. You can also get the smaller, 65-inch model for only $999. These sets have Full Array LED with local dimming and they run on Android 9 Pie. The X900H series also has an Ambient Optimization feature that’s designed to fine-tune picture and sound quality based on your environment.
This $969 sale price is an all-time low for the 65-inch Vizio P-Seres 4K smart TV. It will reach up to 1,100 nits of brightness and it supports Full Array with local dimming, Dolby Vision HDR and the company’s Quantum Color technology. If you go through GameStop, you’ll get a $50 GameStop e-gift card with your purchase.
One of Samsung’s newest QLED 4K TVs, the 75-inch Q90T is on sale for $2,598, which is $700 off its normal price. In addition to local dimming and support for HDR10+, the Q90T also has deep learning-powered AI upscaling.
If you want a TV that doesn’t scream “TV,” you might like Samsung’s The Frame, which makes a decent case for a set that doubles as a artsy centerpiece. The 50-inch Frame smart TV is now on sale for $948, which is $350 off its normal price. It has HDR and voice-command support, in addition to Samsung’s “art mode,” which lets you display works of art on the screen when you’re not watching TV.
One of Vizio’s newest soundbars is $400 off for Black Friday, bringing it down to $600. It only just became available last month even though Vizio announced it back at CES in January. The bar itself includes 18 speakers in its 5.1.4-channel system and the set comes with a wireless eight-inch subwoofer and two satellite surround speakers.
The new Roku Streambar is on sale for $100, which is the lowest price it’s been since its debut last month. It’s a smaller version of Roku’s full-sized smart soundbar, which ups the ante of your TV’s audio while also including 4K HDR streaming technology inside. We gave it a score of 86 for its apartment-friendly design, great audio quality for movies and TV, Dolby Audio support and Bluetooth-speaker capabilities.
Sonos’ smaller soundbar, the Beam, is $100 of for Black Friday. That brings it down to $299, which is a record low price. If you don’t have the space to spare for the full-sized Sonos Arc, this is the next best thing to get. We gave it a score of 85 for its excellent sound quality and AirPlay 2 plus Alexa support.
The Sonos Move speaker is also on sale for $299. It’s basically the portable version of the Sonos One but it’s weather-proof, so you can take it outside and anywhere else you’d want to listen to tunes. And when you’re not in your home, it uses Bluetooth to connect to your smartphone and other devices just like other portable speakers you’re probably used to. We gave it a score of 80 for its great sound quality and solid battery life.
The NVIDIA Shield TV has dropped back down to $129, which is a record low that we’ve only seen a few times in the past. This is one of the more powerful Android TV devices you can get, thanks to its Tegra X1+ processor. It has Dolby Vision and Audio support and it also has an AI upscaler that makes lower-res footage appear more like 4K.
The all-new Fire TV Stick is on sale for $28, which is 30 percent off its normal price. This streaming stick only came out a few months ago and it features a faster processor, Dolby Atmos audio support and an Alexa voice remote. Both Fire TV Sticks on the other sides of the spectrum are on sale, too. The even more affordable Fire TV Stick Lite is now $18 and the Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for $30.
A long-time favorite, the Roku Streaming Stick+, has dropped to $30. That’s only $1 more than a previous all-time-low price and a great deal if you’re looking for a compact yet powerful streaming device. It earned a spot in our holiday gift guide for its pocketable design, 4K HDR streaming abilities and solid performance. If you don’t mind a larger device if it means getting more power, the new Roku Ultra is also on sale, down to $70 from $100.