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The 15 best Black Friday deals on HDTVs we’ve found so far

Published Nov 10th, 2015 11:50AM EST
Black Friday 2015 Best TV Deals

Televisions are certain to be a hot item during Black Friday 2015 sales, especially since we’re really starting to see the prices of 4K TVs come down. After combing through assorted retailers’ released Black Friday ads, we’ve picked out 15 of the best Black Friday 2015 deals on televisions we could find, including offers from Best Buy, Target and more.

MUST READ: Amazon has a whole gift guide packed with great gifts under $100

From Best Buy:

  • $1,299.99 60-inch Samsung Smart 4K TV (save $800)
  • $1,999.99 65-inch Samsung Smart 4K 3D TV (save $1,300)
  • $499.99 49-inch LG Smart 4K TV (save $400)
  • $399.99 43-inch LG Smart 4K TV (save $300)
  • $999.99 65-inch Vizio Smart 4K TV (save $500)
  • $149.99 49-inch Toshiba LED HDTV (save $280)

From Target:

  • $797.99 55-inch Samsung Smart UHD TV (save $402)
  • $499.99 49-inch LG Smart UHD TV (save $300)

From Costco:

  • Samsung 65-inch 4K Smart TV (save $700)
  • Samsung 75-inch 4K Smart TV: (save $1,200)

From Meijer:

  • $249.99 55-inch Element LED HDTV (save $350)
  • $499.99 49-inch LG Smart UHD TV (save $300)
  • $249.99 55-inch Westinghouse HDTV (save $250)

From Sam’s Club:

  • $448 Vizio 55-inch 1080p HDTV (save $120)
  • $2,398 Samsung 75-inch 4K TV (save $900)

Yes, it’s true: You can really get a 43-inch 4K TV for just $400 this holiday season. Talk about a Christmas miracle!

And we’ve only scratched the surface of all the great TV deals available this Black Friday! Be sure to visit our Black Friday 2015 hub for more deals and sales events throughout the month.

Brad Reed
Brad Reed Staff Writer

Brad Reed has written about technology for over eight years at and Network World. Prior to that, he wrote freelance stories for political publications such as AlterNet and the American Prospect. He has a Master's Degree in Business and Economics Journalism from Boston University.