COVID-19 restrictions are altering many holiday traditions, but this one remains intact: the Black Friday TV deal. If you want to upgrade your home theater, there is no better time of year and that remains true even in 2020. 

Is now the perfect time to treat yourself to a new TV? During the past nine months of COVID-induced isolation, you’ve probably consumed more television content than you would have in any other year. Maybe you streamed all 40 seasons of Survivor on CBS All Access. Or maybe you’ve been getting your nightly dose of satirical news coverage from The Daily Social Distancing Show

No matter what your chosen flavor of content is, your TV has — for better or worse — become a more essential tool in your home.

Check out these Black Friday TV deals from the retailers that are bringing the biggest and best discounts: Target, Walmart and Best Buy.

TCL 65″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Android TV

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TCL via Target


This smart TV regularly retails for $399.99, but is on sale for $229.99 during Target’s Black Friday promotion. The ultra HD screen has built-in Chromecast, meaning you can stream TV, movies, TikToks and YouTube videos from your Android or iOS device. This 65-inch TV also features a voice remote, which allows users to search for show titles or change apps using verbal commands. The TV also comes with a one-year limited warranty.

Samsung 50″ 4K Ultra HD QLED smart TV 

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Samsung via Walmart


This Walmart deal offers the biggest price cut on this list: Regularly sold for $649.99, the retailer is selling the 50-inch Samsung QN50Q60TAFXZA for $497.99 — a markdown of $152. This 2020 model can run all your streaming services and apps, including Netflix, and help eliminate annoying frame stutters from your gaming experience via a system called Game Enhancer. Its main bragging point is its picture: As opposed to regular, old LED technology, this Samsung model offers QLED, which stands for “quantum dot technology,” and delivers super-bright colors. 

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