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Black Friday TV Deals Guide

Nov 4 2010, 4:05pm CDT | by

Black Friday TV Deals Guide
 
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Shopping for a new TV on Black Friday is probably the most popular activity. Retailers know this and offer tons of TV deals each year. The trick is to find the best Black Friday TV deals. The Black Friday 2010 TV deals should get really good as retailers struggle to sell 3D TVs and the bad economy will be pushing them to cut prices. The 3D TV deals have already been awesome for weeks. You get free 3D Blu-ray player, free Sony PS3 console, free glasses and free movies with the purchase of already heavily discounted 3D TVs. How this sales push of these high-end TVs will influence the prices of other TV price segments remains to be seen.

The focus of Black Friday TV deals has been historically on lower end models and on maximizing size/cost ratios. Last year one of the best TV deals on Black Friday was the Sanyo 50-inch Plasma 720p HDTV for $598 from Walmart. Below you will find the best TV deals that are available now or coming up in the Black Friday 2010 sales season. We will update this Black Friday TV guide as soon as new TV deals become available.
Update:
The Walmart Black Friday TV Deals have been announced. See all 12 Walmart Black Friday TV Deals.

Budget TV Deals: (below $400)

32-inch Emerson HDTV
Price: $198
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Black Friday

32-inch TCL HDTV
Price: $249.99
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

40-inch Westinghouse VR4085DF 1080pHDTV
Price: $298
Shop: Target
Availability: Black Friday

32-inch Samsung LN32C350 HDTV
Price: $328
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Black Friday

37-inch Vizio E370VL
Price: $378
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Sat. after Black Friday

42-inch Emerson 1080p HDTV
Price: $398
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Black Friday

40-inch TCL L40FHDF11TA
Summary: 1080p, 60Hz, 3 HDMI, USB
Price: $399.99
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

32-inch Dynex HDTV
Summary: 720p, 60Hz, 3 HDMI, USB
Price: $279.99
Shop: Best Buy
Availability: Now

32-inch LG 32LD350 HDTV
Summary: 720p, 60Hz,50,000:1 contrast ratio, 2 HDMI
Price: $329.98
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

32-inch Viore HDTV
Summary: 720p, 60Hz, 3 HDMI
Price: $299
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Now

Mid-range TV Deals: ($400-$1,000)

42-inch LG 42LD450 1080p HDTV
Price: $499.98
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

42-inch LG 42LD450 1080p HDTV
Price: $478
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Black Friday

50-inch Sanyo Plasma HDTV
Price: $498
Shop: Walmart
Availability: Black Friday

42-inch LG 42LD520
Summary: 1080p, 120Hz, 3 HDMI, USB
Price: $598.99
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

46-inch Samsung LN46C630
Summary: 1080p, 120Hz, 4 HDMI, USB
Price: $799.99
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

High-end TV Deals: (above $1,000)

60-inch LG Infinia 60PK950 Plasma HDTV
Summary: 1080p, 5,000,000:1, 3 HDMI, Internet
Price: $1,799.77 (list $2,799)
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

50-inch Panasonic TC-P50GT25 3D Plasma TV
Summary: Plasma, 600Hz, 3D, 1080p, THX, 3 HDMI, Internet (Netflix, etc.)
Price: $1,789 + free 3D Blu-ray Player (DMP-BDT100) + free 3D Starter Kit
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

55-inch Samsung UN55C8000 3D TV
Summary: LED LCD, 1080p, 240Hz, 4 HDMI, Internet (Netflix, etc.)
Price: $2,599.98 + free 3D Blu-ray Player (BD-C5900) + free 3D Starter Kit
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

55-inch Sony Bravia KDL55NX810 3D TV
Summary: LED LCD, 1080p, 240Hz, 4 HDMI, Wifi, Smart TV Internet (Netflix, etc.)
Price: $2,896 + free 160GB Sony PS3 + free 3D Deluxe Starter Kit
Shop: Amazon
Availability: Now

Disclaimer: The prices are subject to change and there are no guarantees that these prices are correct. Please check at listed retailer for current prices.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.

 

 

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