Those looking to have a brand new set of TV to entertain guests with during the holidays can scoop up the chance to get one for a discounted price on Black Friday. TV deals on LG, Samsung, HDTV, and Toshiba are offered by many different stores.
On Black Friday, Nov. 27, TV deals abound for all screen sizes and at different price points. Some LED TV sets can be priced for just $75 if those keen on getting one just know where to look. UHD TVs and those larger 1080p TVs are also going to be on sale, so it is the perfect day to go hunting for TV sets.
While some people are not keen on brands, it is good to know that big TV names such as LG, Samsung, and Toshiba would join in the fun and offer competitive Black Friday prices. Even if Black Friday is still days away, online retailers are already likely to react to each other's deals and try to make their prices more appealing. It would be wise for prospective buyers to monitor promotions and pricing until they found the perfect deal from them.
Some great deals from LG, Samsung and Toshiba have been collated by Consumer Reports. Best Buy is currently offering a 49-inch Toshiba 49L310UTV for only $150. Best Buy is also offering a 60-inch Samsung UN60JU6390 UHD smart TV for only $800. Target, on the other hand, is offering a 49-inch LG 49UF6700 UHD smart TV just for $500.
Apart from these brands, Target, Walmart, and Best Buy still has other nice TV deals. Target, in particular, is offering all their great deals online on Black Friday. All orders will be shipped for free, with no minimum purchase until Christmas Day, Dec. 25. Walmart is also doing the same, offering all their in-store Black Friday deals online. Consumers can easily access these great TV deals on Walmart's website.
For those who could not wait to snap a great TV deal, AOL UK prepared several tips to make the shopping frenzy as hassle-free and as fun as possible.
One important thing to note is that not all retailers will wait until the big day to offer their deals. Many are running offers already this whole week. AOL UK shared that the best time to shop will be between 3 am and 4 am. It is also good to note that not all deals and offers are fantastic. Some retailers can use Black Friday just to sell their old stock at cheaper prices, but not necessarily worth the value anymore.