The 20 best Black Friday early TV deals of 2022


Tune in to awesome TV deals before Black Friday! (photo: Amazon)

TV deals are what Black Friday is all about. “Stocks sell out quickly on the best-priced kits, and there are always a few key deals that sell out within minutes,” says shopping expert Kristin McGrath of RetailMeNot. “Don’t skimp on the 4K TV you want, have some backups and get ready to shop as soon as the Black Friday sale rolls around.” That moment…now! TV sales really are the best we’ve ever seen. You can get this 24-inch TV for just over $100 and grab this epic 75 inch Samsung For just $579.


Or get close to 50% off this one 65-inch LG beauty. Need something a little smaller? That’s 50 inches Amazon Fire TV Just $250, down from $470. However, there is no moment to lose. Scroll, choose and add to cart ASAP, before your best choice is sold out!

Confused by some TV terms? Scroll down for a technical glossary to help you out!

TVs from 24 to 43 inches

One Said a happy customer“The picture is incredible! Probably the best I’ve ever had. It fits the space perfectly and I couldn’t be happier with my purchase. We kept the feet so we could put them on a table outside if we wanted to. We watched the Astros win the World Series and it has great picture quality. Love it.” I love the love! “

What a lovely surprise! perfect for our room), said one customer.

  • Insignia 32-inch F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV (2022 model)

    $100 dollars$180Save $80


  • Toshiba 43 Inch V35 Series LED Full HD Smart Fire TV

    $180$290Save $110


  • Samsung 43 inch Crystal Class 4K Smart TV with Alexa built in

    $348$378Save $30


TVs 50 to 55 inches



INSIGNIA 50 Inch Smart Fire TV

$240$400Save $160

A 50-inch TV for $240 is almost unheard of, especially a TV of this quality! Watch your favorites in 4K Ultra HD and get immersed in the sound, thanks to DTS surround sound. Fire TV makes it easy to find new shows, too.

$240 at Amazon

According to one shopper“The colors are vivid and bright, the sound is great like a cinema and theater experience, plus I have a fire stick built into it, which makes setup easy without the complications, if you want a great TV without the high price, this is the option Great quality gives the big brand a chance to get For the money, the bezels are very thin and thus provide a larger screen.

“I really like this TV. It’s a great picture and I love the voice control and Alexa integration. It sets up perfectly with Alexa smart home plugs. The picture is super clear, the sound quality is great and it’s easy to use. We recommend!” said one happy customer.

  • Amazon Fire TV 50-inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV

    $250$470Save $220


  • Toshiba Smart Fire TV, 50 inch

    $260$430Save $170


  • Samsung 55 inch Smart TV with Xbox Game Pass and Alexa built in

    $8981198 USDSave $300


65 inch TVs

One customer said, “Great picture and sound. The Roku remote is a nice change from other remotes with useless buttons. I definitely recommend this TV.”

“This is simply a great TV. Crystal clear, amazing contrast and detail. Color saturation and brightness are fantastic, but I expected that with OLED. The thing that pleasantly surprised me is the sound it makes,” said one customer. “Great bass, dialogue-smooth midrange and sparkling treble. I don’t often turn on my speakers because the built-in system is great.”

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

    $720$760Save $40


  • Samsung 65 inch Smart TV with Alexa built in

    $548$648Save $100


  • LG 65-inch Class UQ9000 Series Alexa Smart 4K TV Built-in

    $537$597Save $60


75 inches and over

best buy

Samsung 75 inch 4K Smart TV

$580$850Save $270

Measuring 75 inches, this TV boasts an impressive amount of screen real estate. Built-in 4K upscaling will make old shows and movies look great, while the Tizen Smart TV platform makes accessing your favorite services a breeze.

$580 at Best Buy

According to one satisfied customer, “This is the biggest TV I’ve ever had. It took a lot of work to get it into my loft, but it was well worth it. The picture quality is great and the sound quality was great (even before the soundbar). I recommend 10/10 for every someone you have contacted since the purchase.”

  • Amazon Fire TV 75-inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV

    $750$1,050Save $300


  • Sony X80J 75 inch TV

    $1,050$1,400Save $350


  • Samsung 86 inch Crystal Class 4K UHD Smart TV with Alexa Built-in

    $1,298$1,398Save $100


Glossary of Television Terms:

AMD FreeSync technology: This is a kind of synchronization technology for LCD and OLED screens. In other words, it makes the image look much better with no screen tearing, even if the screen refreshes faster than the input device.

Dolby VisionDolby Vision is a collective term that refers to a group of different technologies that can bring a movie or television show to life, usually by improving contrast, color depth, and other similar visual aspects.

DTS Studio Sound: This is a type of post-processing software that helps create a more surround sound-like experience.

HDR: an acronym for High Dynamic Range. Consider taking a photo outside on a bright day; Some parts will be in focus, while others will be too dark or too bright. HDR blends these parts together to provide the perfect picture that clearly displays every part of the image.

nits:nit is a unit of measure for how bright a TV (or any screen, in fact) can be. For HDR to work well, you’ll need at least 500 nits, but the brighter the TV, the better.

Refresh rate: the number of times per second an image appears on the TV. It is measured in Hertz or Hertz. The standard refresh rate is 60Hz for 4K TVs, although some can go much higher – up to 120Hz or 240Hz. The higher the refresh rate, the smoother the action on screen appears.

Upgrade: TV will always try to display a TV-resolution picture, but some shows (those shot as recently as early 2000s) will only be 1080p at best, and often 720p or less. Upscaling uses software to add more pixels to the picture to make it match a higher TV resolution without affecting picture quality.

The revisions quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

Originally posted November 24, 2022, 10:00 a.m