With just over a week to go until the Black Friday shopping frenzy starts, we’ve seen flyers leak left and right that detail some of the best sales available from various retailers, including Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and many others (see our roundup here). Panasonic’s Black Friday 2015 catalog is also available online, containing some huge deals on TVs and other electronics.

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Panasonic’s sale event starts online on Thanksgiving Day running through Saturday, November 28th, BFAds.net reports. Here are some of the most interesting items in Panasonic’s lineup for this year’s Black Friday season.

TV and streaming sticks

  • $1,499.99 55-inch Panasonic Smart 4K TV (save $2,000)
  • $1,099.99 60-inch Panasonic Smart 4K TV (save $800)
  • $2,499.99 65-inch Panasonic Smart 4K TV (save $2,000)
  • $1,399.99 65-inch Panasonic 4K TV (save $800)
  • $8,499.99 85-inch Panasonic Smart 4K TV (save $8,000)

Accessories and Miscellaneous

  • $2,999.99 EP-MA70KX Real Pro Ultra 3D Massage Chair (save $4,999.94)
  • $1,049.99 Lumix GX8 Interchangeable Lens DSLM Camera Body Only & Lens Bundle (save $449.99)
  • $1,299.99 GH4 Pro Photo Performance Camera with 4K Cinematic Photos (save $200)
  • $599.99 Lumix G7 Interchangeable Lens DSLM Compact Camera Kit with 14-42mm Lens (save $200)
  • $260 Deep Clean Plus Bro Bagless Canister Vacuum (save $139.99)
  • $179.99 Panasonic A1: Ultra-Light Wearable HD Action Camera + free 32GB SD card ($39.99 value)
  • $169.99 Panasonic Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones with Travel Case (save $60)
  • $139.99 Low Profile TV Sound Board (save $110)

More deals are available in Panasonic’s full Black Friday flyer, with a few pages from it following below.

Be sure to visit our Black Friday 2015 hub for more deals and sales events throughout the month.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.