Best Black Friday 2021 TV Deals You Can Get

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Aside from the weeks leading up to the big game, the Black Friday shopping period is arguably the best time of the year to buy a new TV. Whether you are looking for your first OLED range or a budget smart TV, you will find many options at cheaper than usual prices AmazonAnd best buy and other retailers. TVs from LG, Sony, Samsung, TCL and others have been discounted this year — and it should be noted that while we’re highlighting certain sizes here, you’ll likely find that if one size is on sale, you’ll find other sizes in the same range as well being discounted. And if you’re not looking to upgrade your TV, there’s a bunch of other home theater equipment on sale now too, including streaming devices, speakers, and more. Here are the best TV deals, along with the best home theater sales, that we can find on Black Friday.

55 inch LG C1 OLED

LG C1 OLED 4K TV 55 Inch

LG

Intermediate level of LG C1 OLED Smart TV It was discounted to $1,300. It runs on the company’s 4K α9 Gen 4 AI processor and supports Game Optimizer, Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, and voice commands with Alexa and Google Assistant.

Buy the 55-inch LG C1 OLED from Amazon – $1,300
Buy the 55-inch LG C1 OLED at Best Buy – $1300

55 inch LG G1 OLED

LG G1 OLED evo 4K TV 55 inch

LG

LG G1 OLED Smart TV reduced to $1,700. Part of the “Gallery” series, it uses OLED evo panel technology for better brightness and sharper color grading than standard OLED displays. It also runs on the LG a9 Gen4 AI Processor 4K and supports features like G-SYNC, FreeSync, OLED Motion Pro, and voice commands via Alexa and Google Assistant.

Buy the 55-inch LG G1 OLED at Amazon – $1700
Buy the 55-inch LG G1 OLED at Best Buy – $1700

55 inch LG A1 OLED

LG A1 OLED 4K TV 55 Inch

LG

LG A1 OLED TV Offered for sale at $1100. The A1 series is the least expensive of the company’s latest OLED kits, making these kits good options for anyone looking to upgrade to OLED while on a tight budget.

Buy the 55-inch LG A1 OLED at Amazon – $1100
Buy the 55-inch LG A1 OLED at Best Buy – $1100

55 inch Sony Bravia XR A80J OLED

Sony Bravia XR A80J OLED 4K TV 55 Inch

Sony

sony premium Bravia XR A80J OLED Kit It is for sale for $1,400. It includes most of the company’s best TV technologies, including the Cognitive Processor XR, HDMI 2.1 support, 4K upscaling, XR Motion Clarity, enhanced audio with Acoustic Surface Audio+, and built-in speakers.

Buy Sony Bravia XR A80J 55-inch OLED from Amazon – $1400
Buy Sony Bravia XR A80J 55-inch OLED at Best Buy – $1400

48-inch Sony Bravia A9S OLED

48 inch Sony Bravia A9S OLED 4K TV

Sony

Sony Bravia A9S OLED Smart TV It dropped to $1,200, or $300 off the regular price. It runs on the company’s X1 Ultimate processor and supports HDR, Dolby Vision, Acoustic Surface Audio, X-Motion Clarity technology, AirPlay 2, and more.

Buy 48-inch Sony Bravia A9S OLED from Amazon – $1,200
Buy the 48-inch Sony Bravia A9S OLED at Best Buy – $1,200

55 inch Sony X950H

55 inch Sony X950H

Sony

Sony X950H LED Smart TV It’s on sale for $1,020, which is 15 percent off. Although it’s not an OLED range, this TV has a locally dimmed LED backlight along with Android TV operating system, Google Assistant and Alexa support, Game Mode, and AirPlay 2 and HomeKit compatibility.

Buy the 55-inch Sony X950H from Amazon – $1,020

55 inch Samsung The Frame

Samsung The Frame LED 4K TV 65 Inch

Samsung

Samsung the frame It is for sale for $1,000. This is the TV to get if you’d rather look at something more interesting than a black box when you’re not actually watching a TV show or movie. Its Art Mode lets you select images to display on the screen whenever you want, and it supports 4K AI upscaling and true color using Quantum Dot technology.

Buy The Frame 55″ TV from Amazon – $1000
Buy Samsung 55 Inch The Frame TV – $1000

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 85 inch

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED 85 inch

Samsung

huge Samsung QN90A Neo QLED Smart TV 85 Inch It is $700 at the moment, which drops to $3,300. It has Quantum HDR 32X technology for true-to-life colors, micro LEDs for improved contrast, and Object Tracking Audio + for more immersive sound.

Buy the Samsung QN90A 85-Inch at Best Buy – $3300

55 inch Vizio OLED 4K TV

Vizio H1 OLED TV

Physio

Physio 55 inch H1 OLED TV It is currently $300, which brings it down to $1,000. That’s a solid price for a mid-range OLED array that supports Dolby Vision HDR, Vizio’s IQ Ultra processor, 120Hz gaming with VRR and AirPlay and Chromecast technology built in.

Buy the 55-inch Vizio OLED at Best Buy – $1000

Vizio P-Series 4K TV 75 Inch

VIZIO 75-Inch P-Series 4K UHD Quantum LED HDR Smart TV

Physio

Physio 75 inch P-Series 4K TV It’s a $400 discount, dropping to $1,600. This kit supports full local dimming, 1200 nits peak brightness, Dolby Vision HDR, Quantum Color, AirPlay 2 and more.

Buy the 75-inch Vizio P-Series from Amazon – $1,600

Roku Streambar

Roku Streambar speakers on a white table.

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The Roku Streambar It’s down to $80 right now, or $50 off its regular price. It’s a compact speaker that upgrades any living room relying on an old TV with faint sound. We gave it Class 86 For powerful sound quality, Dolby Audio support and built-in 4K streaming technology.

Buy Roku Streambar on Amazon – $80

Vizio Elevate Speakers

Vizio Elevate Speakers

Physio

Physio raise the speakers It’s on sale for $800, or $300 off the regular price. While it’s not the lowest price ever, it’s the best price we’ve seen on a device in months. It has multiple speakers inside the main compartment that swivel up when you’re playing Dolby Atmos or DTS:X content. Plus, the entire system has 18 speakers, including a wireless subwoofer and satellite surround speakers that you can fit anywhere place in the room.

Buy Vizio Elevate Speakers on Amazon – $800

Chromecast with Google TV

Google Chromecast with Google TV

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The Chromecast with Google TV It’s down to $40, which is $10 cheaper than usual. We made for the device A Class 86 For 4K HDR streaming capabilities, Dolby Vision and Atmos support plus a much-needed and very useful new remote control.

Buy Chromecast with Google TV at Best Buy – $40

Fire TV Stick 4K Max

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max

Amazon

the new Fire TV Stick 4K Max It dropped to $35. This has all the features of the standard Fire TV Stick 4K as well as WiFi 6 support and direct picture-in-picture display.

Buy the Fire TV Stick 4K Max from Amazon – $35

Fire TV Stick 4K

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K

Amazon

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K It’s on sale for $25 right now. It’s one of the easiest ways to get a 4K streaming TV on your TV, plus it supports Dolby Audio and Alexa voice commands.

Buy Fire TV Stick 4K from Amazon – $25

Fire TV Stick Lite

Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite

Amazon

The Fire TV Stick Lite It dropped to $18. It offers 1080p streaming, access to services like Netflix and Prime Video, and can stream music from services like Spotify and Pandora.

Buy Fire TV Stick Lite from Amazon – $18

Roku Streaming Stick 4K

Roku Streaming Stick 4K +

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the new Roku Streaming Stick 4K On sale for $30, or $20 off the regular price. It is based on the technology in the Streaming Stick+, and supports 4K HDR10+ content, Dolby Vision, WiFi long range, voice search and TV controls with the included remote control.

Buy Roku Streaming Stick 4K from Amazon – $30

NVIDIA Shield TV

Nvidia Shield TV Media streamer.

Engadget

Shield TV from NVIDIA It’s down to $129, or roughly $20 cheaper than usual. This is one of the most powerful streaming devices available today thanks to its Tegra X1+ processor, Dolby Vision HDR support, Dolby Atmos, Chromecast 4K and 4K AI powered by AI.

Buy the NVIDIA Shield TV from Amazon – $129
Buy the NVIDIA Shield at Best Buy – $129

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