Best early Black Friday TV deals 2021


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The TV markdowns are here! (Photos: Yahoo Life)

Your dream TV is about to come home. (Photos: Yahoo Life)

The temperatures are dropping, and the deals are popping: It’s almost Black Friday 2021. If cozy movie nights spent watching the latest releases on an epic screen are on your wish list — you’re in luck. The pre-frenzy markdowns are unbeatable.

We’ve combed through the top retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target, and more to find you the very best deals. Whether you’re shopping for a mammoth model for your main entertainment space or something scaled down for the kitchen or bedroom, we’ve got the short answers to your questions right here.

See below for dazzling Black Friday deals on TVs from Samsung, Sony, LG, Vizio, and more. Make your home a happy hub for football season, holiday flick-fests, and everything in between.

Here are the best Black Friday TV deals from across the internet, by size:

Best 24- to 49-inch TV sales

No relaxation without representation! That's what we say. So step up and represent with this 24-inch HDTV for just $100. (Photo: Amazon)

No relaxation without representation! That’s what we say. So step up and represent with this 24-inch HDTV for just $100. (Photo: Amazon)

This deal seems too good to be true…but it ain’t! Amazon has its No. 1 bestselling TV, the Insignia 24-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV Edition, on sale for just $100.

Instant access to Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, YouTube, Disney+, Prime Video and so much more will soon be at your fingertips. Alexa is included in the remote, so browsing will be a snap. Shoppers are just as shocked by the quality of this TV as we are by this incredible price!

“I am honestly very pleasantly surprised with how much I like this TV,” wrote a delighted shopper. “As far as clarity goes, I believe 720p is plenty for this screen size…. I have been very pleased with the Wi-Fi reception of the built-in Fire TV. It actually works a lot better than the USB-plug-in external fire sticks, for whatever reason.”

$100 $170 at Amazon

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Best 50- to 55-inch TV sales

Hurry up and grab this 50-inch powerhouse Mai-sell out! (Photo: Amazon)

A 50-inch powerhouse for $360? You’re not dreaming. (Photo: Amazon)

Get in on this early Black Friday steal and score the incredibly popular Amazon Fire TV 50-inch Omni Series 4K Ultra HD smart TV on sale for just $360, down from $510. That’s $150 off!

As a Fire TV Edition, this model lets you stream movies and shows from Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, YouTube, Disney+, Prime Video, Paramount+, Peacock and more without buying a separate device. You’ll get eye-popping colors and exceptional picture quality — a rarity at this price. There are three ports for hooking up a soundbar (for richer audio and clearer dialogue), a video game console and a Blu-ray player. 

“If I could give it six stars I would! I love the interface. Really works well compared to previous Fire models. Has no problem controlling the rest of my smart home, hears me and understands me better than previous models,” shared a savvy shopper. “Picture quality is the best I’ve ever had in a TV…”

$360 $510 at Amazon

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Best 65-inch TV sales

OMG! We're more than OK with an LG at this ridiculously low price. (Photo: Walmart)

A 65-inch LG TV + $223 off = no-brainer. (Photo: Walmart)

In the 65-inch range, you’re looking at a set suited for a large-ish living room or basement den. We’ve got you covered: LG’s wildly popular 65-inch NanoCell TV — on sale for $727, or $223 off at Walmart — goes way above and beyond the average 4K TV. NanoCell technology works with 4K resolution to deliver vibrant color and lifelike accuracy no matter what you watch. The high-tech display enhances contrast and black levels with local dimming controls across different zones of the LED backlight. Translation: You’ll feel like you’re in the middle of the action.

“I am very impressed with all the great features that my LG NanoCell allows me to have instant access to without having to connect to a bunch of different devices,” shared a delighted five-star reviewer. “And I really love the fact that the remote works like a mouse, with the option of scrolling through or clicking on the many apps; this is so very convenient.”

$727 $950 at Walmart

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Best 70- to 82-inch TV sales

Get this ginormous set at a rock-bottom price. (Photo: Best Buy)

Get this ginormous set at a rock-bottom price. (Photo: Best Buy)

Of course, if you’re a homeowner looking to outfit the family room for group viewing, you’ll want — nay, need — to go big. Well, try this on for size: On sale for $680 (was $750 at Best Buy, this Samsung 70-inch Class 7 Series LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV has a massive 70-inch display with full 4K Ultra HD resolution, plus vivid, bright colors and deep, dark black levels. That exceptional picture quality supports HDR (High Dynamic Range) movies and TV shows for the best 4K viewing experience around. 

Shoppers say this 4K TV is great for big broods. “…The whole family loves it, especially my husband,” raved a five-star Best Buy reviewer. “He is so glad we got this! Both he and our son love gaming on this nice-sized TV. My daughter and I enjoy watching our shows. We are all pleased to say the least!”

This Series LED model is Wi-Fi-enabled with smart-home support for Alexa, Google Assistant and Samsung’s Bixby. Video-streaming capability is also baked into this cake, so you won’t have to buy a separate device to watch Netflix, YouTube, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Hulu, Peacock, Paramount+, Disney+ and so much more. You’re ready to start binge-watching as soon as you turn it on.

$680 $750 at Best Buy

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