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Black Friday 2013 32-inch HDTV Deal will be below $100

Black Friday 2013 32-inch HDTV Deal will be below $100

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Black Friday 2013 32-inch HDTV Deal will be below $100

There are thousands of items that people expect to buy on Black Friday. The wish list of Black Friday could be really extensive and it can consist different types of items including but limiting to TV, PS4, Freezer, Clothing, Toys, Fashion Accessories, Music System, Laptops, Smartphone’s and many more. However, not each of those items is equally popular and all of them won’t even get to enter isle of Black Friday Door Busters in the retail stores. Nevertheless, there is one item that has been the most popular and common Black Friday favorite items which is a TV. TVs are indeed the most popular and common item in the wish list of the people and for last few decades they have been the main attraction on Black Fridays.

The technology of TVs has been going through rapid changes and they have been revolutionized each year. The journey of TVs started with CRT TVs that was followed Flat TV, Plasma TV, LCD and LED TV. In line with this, there is another new addition in the TV segment which is HDTV. HDTV or High Definition TVs are the newest additions and they have already become the popular items. Whoever, since they were new to the market, they priced initially introduced with a big price tag and most of the people considered them beyond their budget. But now we have good news for all those people who have been planning to buy a HDTV. According to our reliable sources and i4u, we have come to know that Black Friday 2013 32-inch HDTV Deal will be below $100 and you will be able to buy a 32inch HDTV within 100 dollars. This might too good to be true offer to many, but this can actually happen.

As we all know, Black Friday 2013 is the biggest shopping event of the year and millions of people eagerly wait for this day to get a great deal on their favorite products. The extent of excitement on Black Friday is so massive that the businesses can’t ignore it anymore. This is why; they always come up with something special for their customers all the time. In most of the cases, the businesses drastically reduce the cost of their TVs to certain level that they do not even break even rather than make a profit. However, this is one of the biggest events to bond with the customers and tap into the shopping spree. This is why; you can surely expect some great deals on HDTVs on this Black Friday. However, we believe Black Friday 2013 will be something really special as the HDTVS will go below 100 dollar price tag as well.

It might sound crazy but there is a big chance that it will come true. Can you remember Black Friday 2007 when Samsung reduced their LCD prices almost in half and created the biggest buzz in the market. The response from the customers on this Black Friday deal was so massive that it created a tradition for the TV manufacturers and retailers to cut down the price of the TVs. In line this, we can also predict that they prices of HDTVs will definitely go down to 100 dollars or somewhere closer on this Black Friday 2013.


However, we must advise not to be too much optimistic about such offer on Black Friday 2013. High end HDTV from popular brands like Samsung, Panasonic, LG, Sony are too expensive to manufacture and there is hardly any scope that they will reach to the level of 100 price margin. Even through the premium range HDTVs are quite expensive, some popular brands do have a few affordable 32 inch HDTVs which are reasonably priced. For example Samsung UN32EH4003 32in LED LCD HDTV which supports 720p resolution priced at $277.99, LG 42LN5300 42" LED TV priced at 399.99 are the candidates which might be put on door buster item on this Black Friday 2013. Similarly, popular brands like Sony, Panasonic, Sharp and others also have a number of 32” HDTVs in their product line. If the retailers are feeling good enough, they can easily put 40 to 50% discount on their TVs and may also come up with HDTV deals at 100 dollars only.

Nevertheless, there are a few lower end HDTVs from not so popular brands that you can also expect to get at 100 dollars on Black Friday 2013.  Vizio E320-A0 32" 720p, Westinghouse UW32S3PW 32", RCA 32LB30RQD w/built-in DVD player, Sansui SLED4280, and Sceptre E325BV-FHDD are only a few of those 32” HDTVs which are usually priced between 200 to 400 dollars. These are the ones which can be put under special deals on Black Friday 2013. Even if they put 50 to 60 discounts on the prices of these HDTVs, they will easily go under 100 dollar price tag. Even though they have a low profit margin, businesses won’t mind to sell those TVs at 100 dollars as they will attract more business on Black Friday 2013. Therefore don’t take the news of Black Friday 2013 32-inch HDTV Deal will be below $100 as a joke. Rather you should consider this as an opportunity to grab a high definition TV at a killer price.

However, don’t be too much optimistic about these deals as well. Keep it in mind the 32 inch HDTV won’t have the premium features in them. Yet they will be a good option for an extra TV that you can use in your kitchen, bedroom or even use it with the PlayStation. No matter what will the use, at $100 cost, those HDTVs will be a great deal on this Black Friday 2013.

So you shouldn’t waste any more time and start working on it right away. While there will be a few sure offers on $100 HDTVs, we are sure that they will really exclusive and limited. If you make a little delay, you won’t get any of those. So start your market research and come up with a plan such a pre-booking on Amazon or going to the retail stores such as Kmartor Best Buy early morning to get a HDTV as $100. 

 

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Julia Sugawara is our resident Black Friday expert. She reports in-depth about the best deals to be found during the Black Friday sales season.

 

 

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