- Samsung 55" 4K 2160p HDTV for $550
Samsung 55-inch 4K 2160p LED-backlit LCD Smart HDTV for $550 today.
Free delivery, which should take about a week.
Normally $800, and has mostly positive reviews.
- Samsung 58" 1080p HDTV for $450
Samsung 58-inch LED-backlit LCD 1080p Smart HDTV for $450 today.
Normally sells for at least $500.
The most important part of the TV, its picture quality, has positive reviews.
Avera 55-inch 4K 2160p LED-backlit LCD HDTV for $370 today.
Newegg's had it on sale for $350 around Black Friday, and normally sells it for about $400.
Most of the reviews are positive, and a 1-year warranty is included.
Also, Best Buy is having a Buy 2 Video Games, Get a Third Free promotion.
Each game costs about $60 or $80, and can be a Playstation 4 or Xbox One game.
The free game must be $60 or less, and of equal or lesser value than the other 2.
So, buying 3 Xbox One games can cost about $120 (about $40 per game).
A hot deal IF you are looking for a curved 4K HDTV.
P.C. Richard & Son is selling a Hisense 55-inch 4K 2160p Curved LED-backlit LCD HDTV (model 55H9B2, or "H9-Series") for $480 plus $75 shipping ($555).
This TV normally sells for $800, and other similar curved 55-inch 4K TVs sell for at least $800.
Includes a 4-year parts & labor warranty, according to PCRichard.com.
Amazon has a lot of very positive reviews on this TV.
It seems like a big step up from their earlier models which had poor picture quality, since most reviewers say only great things about the quality.
It has 4 HDMI inputs, a PC input, has built-in Netflix and Youtube with Wifi, and is compatible with wall mounts.
Overall, this looks like a hot deal for someone looking for a curved 4K TV.
P.C. Richard & Son is a reputable retail store with locations in the New Jersey, Philadelphia, and New York area.
- Toshiba 55" 4K 2160p HDTV for $380
Toshiba 55-inch (55L621U) 4K 2160p LED-backlit LCD HDTV with built-in Chromecast for $380 with free shipping.
Most 55-inch 4K TVs sell for at least $500.
Inventory is regional, so it could be sold-out for some while in-stock for others.
Picture quality is decent, according to the reviews on BestBuy.com, but the Chromecast feature does not work very well.
Some people liked this TV, others did not.
- Early Black Friday Sale
Best Buy has started their Black Friday sale, but you have to use promo codes to get them.
They work with all customers (new and existing BestBuy.com accounts).
Dell Inspiron 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop for $350 with code LAPTOPDEAL .
Intel i5-5200U 2.2GHz Dual-Core processor, 8GB memory, 1TB hard drive, Bluetooth, Wifi, and Windows 10.
Normally sells for about $425.
Having a laptop with a touchscreen is far nicer than a regular laptop.
Use the same touching to select, pinching to zoom, and swiping to scroll as you would on a phone.
Hisense 55-inch 4K 2160p HDTV for $460 with code UHD2X20 ($500 before coupon).
Three reviews to read/watch before considering buying this:
and Reviewd.com video review.
They say it is a good TV at an affordable price, probably the cheapest 55-inch 4K you can find.
It does have an input lag, so not the best choice for games.
The HDR is not true HDR.
However if you want a TV at a good price that also has good reviews, this seems like a solid choice.
If you want a cheap TV and don't worry about the reviews, check out a Sceptre 55" 4K 2160p HDTV at Walmart for $330.
A screen like this is best for TV shows and movies, and may not be the best choice for games and a computer monitor.
As one reviewer writes, its input lag may produce a tiny bit of ghosting.
This is common for HDTVs on gaming devices and computers.
If you use a desktop computer, we recommend a good "computer monitor" to help reduce eyestrain.
LG (55EG9100) 55-inch 1080p OLED Curved Smart HDTV for $1000 with free delivery.
This is $400 less than normal.
OLED is Organic Light Emitting Diode and is really awesome.
Unlike a regular screen which uses an LED bulb to emit light behind a LCD pixel screen, OLED pixels emit light and color within the same pixel.
Each pixel can be completely turned on and off, producing incredibly sharp images.
This means images can have true black levels, creating contrast not seen since the old, heavy, energy-hungry Plasma screens.
Hisense 55-inch 4K 2160p (model 55H7C) Smart HDTV for $378.
This is their latest model which normally sells for around $420.
Last year's model had decent reviews.
Most other 55-inch 4K HDTVs sell for at least $450.
In the cart, click "ship to store" which applies an automatic 10% coupon.
Final price is $387 plus sales tax.
It has decent reviews, but not great.
One review says its low brightness is not suitable for a bright living room, and CNet says its picture quality is not much of an improvement from less-resolution 1080p screens.