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Black Friday TV deals direct: $569 OLED TV, 75-inch Samsung, $579 and more

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The Sony A80K OLED TV is a bit more expensive than some of the models I already mentioned, but that’s definitely because it’s a premium OLED TV rather than a mid-range model.

What makes this one so excellent? Well, it has Sony’s new Cognitive XR processor on board for improved smoothing and movement. Add that to the Sony OLED TV 2022 panel that offers better brightness and off-axis display and you have the recipe for one of the best OLED TVs of 2022.

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As you’d expect, Amazon has plenty of early Black Friday deals, including some great discounts on its own products like the Omni Fire TV, which is $110 off amazon (Opens in a new tab) Currently, cut the cost to $399 on this 4K set.

This means that for less than $400, you can get a great hands-free Alexa experience, as we mentioned on our site Amazon Fire TV Omni Series Review. Even better, your TV can learn new Alexa skills as soon as they become available, and this TV offers HDR10 support.

Hisense 4K TV with Tom's Guide Deal Tag

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Walmart deals started early Friday, which makes it a great place to visit for a discounted TV. For example, you can get a large 75-inch 4K TV for less than $500. However, it has been in and out of stock so keep checking if it says out of stock.

Hisense 75-inch 4K TV is on sale for only $448. Roku TV OS is powered for easy access to all your favorite streaming services. In addition, this set supports HDR, voice control via Google Assistant or Alexa, and a dedicated game mode to reduce input lag when playing video games.

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LG C2 OLED TV with Tom's Guide Deal Mark

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This year it’s all about OLED TVs for Black Friday TV deals, and there’s nothing better than one The best TVs At its lowest price ever: LG C2 OLED It combines stunning performance, visuals, and elegant premium design.

If that’s not good enough for you, this TV is excellent for gamers too, thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.1 support. The The 55-inch LG C2 OLED is $1,296 on Amazon (Opens in a new tab) Now, the lowest price ever.

Sony A9S

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If you’re on a budget, it follows that you can save by buying old TVs. The 48″ Sony Bravia A9S was released in 2021, and Best Buy slashed $200 from its usual pre-Black Friday price this year (We saw it for $898 at Walmart earlier this week, but it’s now down to a lower price.)

This TV gives you incredible picture quality in a compact and stylish design. At this size, it’s perfect for smaller rooms and gaming settings. The Sony Bravia A9S has Google Assistant and Chromecast integrated, and it also supports HDR and Dolby Vision.

LG A2 OLED 4K TV picture on a purple background

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Over the past week, the best-selling deal according to our data is The LG A2 OLED is available for $569 at Best Buy (Opens in a new tab) And it’s easy to see why.

For the price of the new gaming console, you get a mid-size OLED TV with perfect black levels and great contrast, as well as LG’s webOS smart TV platform. For the price, you can’t do much better than this.

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Of course, if you’re looking for better performance, you can consider the LG B2 and C2 OLED which offer a 120Hz refresh rate and higher peak brightness, but you’ll pay almost twice as much to get one of these models this size.

It’s a solid choice with a screen size of 48 inches.

Welcome to the second week of our ongoing Black Friday TV Deals coverage. I’m Nick Pino, Managing Editor of TV, Audio and Video here at Tom’s Guide and I’ll be your guide as we track the best early deals along with my fellow editors who will keep this page updated all night long when I’m asleep.

A little background about me: I’ve been covering TVs for various sites including Tom’s Guide and TechRadar for the better part of a decade, and I usually get a chance to see 60-70% of TVs that appear in a given year either for review or at a trade show Like CES. I’m very excited about this technology, and my goal is to get a big screen TV that everyone will love at a price they can afford.

I’ll be posting a couple of recommendations over the coming weeks (I’ll be shooting at least a few trades a day) but feel free to reach me at Twitter Or an email if you have a specific question about a deal.