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The holiday season is already upon us, and that means Black Friday deals are here. One of the top items that gets heavily discounted during this time of year is big-screen televisions, as they are one of the best gifts to give and get. Several retailers are offering dozens of deals on TVs, including Amazon. That’s why StudyFinds did the leg work to find the best Black Friday TV deals on Amazon.

Amazon’s Black Friday event starts Friday, Nov. 17, one week before the actual Black Friday. Amazon’s Cyber Monday weekend will begin Saturday, Nov. 25, and run through Monday, Nov. 27. This is your chance to snag some price slashes on high-tech TVs.

But remember, a higher price does not always indicate better picture quality when shopping for a TV. In fact, a recent study shows that after you reach the thousand-dollar price point, the difference in picture quality is minute. So, don’t be fooled by a hefty price tag.

Are you ready for some discounts on TVs? StudyFinds has compiled a list of the top five best Black Friday Amazon TV deals. Did we miss one of your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!

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Amazon mobile app (Photo by Christian Wiediger on Unsplash)

The List: Best Black Friday TV Deals on Amazon, Per Experts

1. Amazon Fire TV Omni Series

Topping the list of the best Black Friday TV deals at Amazon is its Fire TV Omni Series. Entertainment Tonight says about the Amazon Fire TV 43-inch Omni QLED Series, “An upgraded Amazon 4K UHD smart TV featuring Dolby Vision IQ, hands-free with Alexa, and even comes with a free 6-month subscription to MGM+.” It currently goes for $389.99.

Amazon Fire TV 65-inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV
Amazon Fire TV 65-inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV

Entertainment Tonight also recommends the Amazon Fire TV 65-inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV for $599.99. “A smart TV with built-in microphones for controlling the tv and two way calling communications when Alexa and webcam enabled.”

If you want to go bigger, ZDNet favors the Amazon Fire TV Omni 75-inch for $859.99. Consumers can currently save $190 off the original price.

2. Samsung QLED 4K TVs

Another popular Black Friday TV deal on Amazon is for the Samsung QLED 4K TVs. USA Today writes about the Samsung 43-Inch QN90B Series Neo QLED 4K Mini LED Quantum HDR Smart TV, “If you need a lot of brightness in a smaller space, the Samsung QN90B is the TV for you. Typically listed for $1,197.99, Amazon has the eye-catching 43-inch screen for 35% off at $778. This Samsung model is one of the best TVs we’ve ever tested for its powerfully bright picture, courtesy of the blending of the contrast-enhancing power of mini-LEDs with color-boosting qualities of quantum dots. That makes for an excellent display for HDR content and next-generation gameplay.”

Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series
Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series

Entertainment Weekly recommends the Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series for $747.99. “Samsung dishes out quite a few fascinating features on its televisions. For example, who knew it was possible to see millions of different colors? With Samsung’s Q60C Series Quantum HDR TV, it’s doable. The Quantum Dot technology creates chromatic images that are more vivid than the standard. If you waver between the shows, sports, and movies you watch, you won’t have to sweat the settings either. The dual LED feature automatically adjusts itself to match the temperature and colors on your display.”

GQ’s favorite is the Samsung 55-Inch QN85C QLED TV for $998. “It’s early yet, but Samsung has delivered the biggest TV deals of the Black Friday season—and this is a helluva discount on a 55-incher with the brand’s ultra-dense Quantum LED lighting and a 4K 120hz refresh mode for gaming.”

3. LG OLED 4K TVs

Third on the list is the LG OLED 4K TV. “For the past three years, LG has made the world’s best TV. And as Amazon sets the stage for Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, you can save $200 on this awe-inspiring OLED,” says GQ, about the LG G3 Series 65-Inch Class OLED evo 4K Processor Smart Flat Screen TV.

LG G3 Series 65-Inch Class OLED evo 4K Processor Smart Flat Screen TV
LG G3 Series 65-Inch Class OLED evo 4K Processor Smart Flat Screen TV

Entertainment Tonight recommends the LG C2 Series 55-inch OLED TV for $1,197. “Experience beautiful picture quality with infinite contrast, deep black, and over a billion colors — now even brighter, thanks to LG’s 8 million self-lit OLED pixels.”

Another popular LG OLED 4K TV version is the LG 55-inch B3 OLED 4K TV for $996. “Released in 2023, the LG B3 is a mid-tier OLED TV featuring over 8.3 million self-lit pixels for rich contrast and vibrant colors,” writes Tom’s Guide. “For gamers, this TV has a 120Hz refresh rate, Game Optimizer features, and HDMI 2.1 support. Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Atmos support is also included.”

4. Sony Ultra HD TV

Coming in four on the top five Black Friday TV deals at Amazon is the Sony Ultra HD TV. Entertainment Tonight says about the Sony 55-inch X90L 4K Ultra HD TV, “This sleek, eye-popping TV isn’t just a stylish addition to any room. It’s also perfect for cinematic viewing or gaming, thanks to the vibrant hues that Sony’s XR Triluminos Pro tech affords.” This model is on discount for $998.

Sony 55-inch X90L 4K Ultra HD TV
Sony 55-inch X90L 4K Ultra HD TV

If you’re looking to go bigger, Entertainment Tonight also recommends the Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV X85K Series for $898.

5. Hisense Mini-LED 4K TV

Rounding out the top five is the Hisense Mini-LED 4K TV. “The Hisense U6K is our pick for the best TV under $500, and Amazon has it for even cheaper!” says USA Today about the Hisense U6K Series Mini-LED QLED Google Smart TV. “Typically listed from $579.99, you can get the Mini-LED screen for as low as $398 in its 55-inch size with other discounts on its 65- and 75-inch sizes. In testing, we found the U6K to have a bright enough display for the sunniest daytime and excellent quantum-dot color technology. All of that, plus mini-LEDS for better contrast control, in a package that goes much easier on your wallet.”

Hisense U6K Series Mini-LED QLED Google Smart TV
Hisense U6K Series Mini-LED QLED Google Smart TV

USA Today also recommends the Hisense 65-Inch Class U8 Series ULED Mini-LED Google Smart TV for $1,048. “If you want a better view of your favorite NFL games this season, this 65-inch Hisense U8K TV can get the job done without breaking your budget. Typically listed for $1,399.99, this ULED Mini-LED smart screen is on sale for more than $300 off at $1,048. The U8K is our favorite affordable TV for its fantastic out-of-the-box color accuracy and brightness in any room (along with superb local dimming). If you like to play the game instead of watching it, the U8K has plenty of gaming-friendly features to make titles truly pop.”

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