Black Friday 2015 TV Deals: 32-inch Bargain TV

Posted: Sep 22 2015, 6:33am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 6 2015, 6:03am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2018


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Black Friday 2015 TV Deals: 32-inch Bargain TV
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How low will the price of a 32-inch TV drop on Black Friday 2015? We looked at the Black Friday 32" TV deals of the past 5 years and predict that a $59 32-inch TV will be advertised in Black Friday 2015 ads. When did the price of a 32-inch TV drop below $100 for the first time? See the Black Friday Infographics below to find out.

A $299 32-inch TV was the hottest Black Friday deal in 2009. Back then the regular price of a 32-inch LCD TV was $500 and more. Fast forward five years and the best Black Friday deal on a 32-inch TV last year was $79.

Amazon has offered a $79 32-inch TV deal in Black Friday 2014 sales. The online retail giant has beaten that deal on Prime Day in July with a $75 32-inch LED HDTV deal.

Amazon's incredible bargain TV deals are as hard to get as Black Friday doorbuster deals in stores on Black Friday. The only advantage is that shoppers do no have to stand in line in the cold.

Scoring Amazon's hottest Black Friday TV deals is like winning the lottery. The deals appear at a random time and are gone within minutes.

Walmart's One-Hour Guarantee deals included a $98 32-inch LED HDTV deal on Black Friday. This Black Friday 32-inch TV deal was $23 more expensive than the Amazon deal, but it was easy to get in stores.

Amazon has so far not copied Walmart's 1-hour Guarantee offer. It is possible that Amazon offers guaranteed in stock Black Friday deals for Prime members at some point.

The interesting question now is how low the prices will fall for a 32-inch TV on Black Friday 2015.

The chart below shows how rapidly prices of 32-inch TV on Black Friday have fallen in the past five years. The biggest drop happened between 2011 and 2012. In 2012 the first 32-inch TV sold for under $100 on Black Friday.

Sears and not Amazon or Walmart has broken the $100 barrier for 32-inch TV deals. In 2013 the price actually went up by a Dollar. Last year Amazon took $20 off the record-breaking Sears deal.

There is no margin left in a 32-inch TV priced at under $80. These deals exist for marketing reasons only. Doorbuster deals are generating a lot of hype and drive shoppers to the stores during the Black Friday sales.

To keep Black Friday deals on 32-inch TVs exciting for shoppers and news worthy we expect to find a Black Friday 2015 32-inch TV deal for under $60.

Amazon is likely again the Black Friday store to offer the lowest price for a 32-inch TV unless Walmart and Best Buy step it up. Start getting excited to hunt down a $59 32-inch TV on Black Friday 2015.

Several stores have though moved on to focus on Black Friday deals on 40-inch TVs. The best Black Friday deal on a 32-inch TV will still be very popular with shoppers. See also our report on 40-inch Black Friday 2015 TV deals.

Black Friday 32-inch TV Deals

The specifications of the bargain Black Friday 32-inch TV deal has not changed in the past years. The usually no-name TVs have an LED panel with 720p resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. There are no extra features like Smart TV included.

During the year these basic 32-inch TVs sell for $180 and more.

I4U News will provide in-depth coverage of Black Friday 2015 including rumors, ads, schedules, insider tips and shopping guides as in the past years.

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