Deal: Best Buy & Amazon Cut Prices On More TVs For Black Friday

Black Friday isn't technically here yet, but that isn't stopping retailers from putting out some early deals for the biggest shopping day of the year. Both Best Buy and Amazon have cut some prices on more TVs for Black Friday, giving those who want to get things started a little bit early the chance to do so. Naturally, there are sure to be more deals on TVs on Black Friday, which is just in a couple of days, but that doesn't mean you have to wait till then to get a deal on one, especially if you'd rather avoid the chaos and get it out of the way.

Right now, Best Buy has a deal on a VIZIO 70-inch LED 4K TV with Google Cast technology built right in making it possible to stream content without the Chromecast. Normally this TV goes for $1,300, but Best Buy has it on offer at $300 off bringing the price down to $999. Of course, Best Buy has early Black Friday deals on a few more TVs too. If 70-inches is just a bit too big for you in the screen department, then you can also grab a Sony 65-inch TV for just $1,400, down from the normal cost of $1,800. This is also a 4K TV and it supports HDR. Also on offer in the 65-inch department is LG's 65-inch 4K TV, which is not only the same size screen as the Sony model, but it's also cheaper, coming in at $800 instead of $1,400. This is down from the normal cost of $1,200.

If you're looking to save even more money, then Best Buy has one final early Black Friday TV deal that has recently gone live, and you won't even lose that much screen size. On offer is a Samsung 58-inch smart TV for just $428. It's 1080p instead of 4K, but also nearly half the cost of the LG model mentioned above. In addition to Best Buy's offers, there are also a few early Black Friday deals from Amazon, all of which are 4K UHD resolution screens, and all of them at 55-inches. The first up is a model from Sony at $900 that also supports HDR content, down from a normal price of $1,200. The last two are both coming in from TCL, one at $400, and one at $500, both of which have Roku technology built in, and both are smart TVs with 4K resolution screens.

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