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Black Friday: Dell to Offer Hot Deals On TVs, PCs

How would you like a LG 65-inch 4K Smart TV with a $150 gift card for $799? Or how about a Dell Inspiron 14 3000 laptop for $129? Or, how about a Vizio 60-inch 4K Smart TV with a $200 gift card for just $699?

Those are just some of the deals that will be available during Black Friday week at Dell.com, according to Bfads.net, which tracks online shopping trends.

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Black Friday, which is November 24 this year, is the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. Retailers then offer outsized discounts on select products to persuade shoppers to begin their holiday shopping.

Bfads.net writes that Dell.com will begin its Black Friday sale on Thanksgiving at 11 a.m. ET.  (Note: the online retailer is making some discounts available now until November 3. You can check out those items now at Dell.com. )

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Here are the top electronics deals that will be available at Dell.com, starting on Thanksgiving:

* Dell Inspiron 14 3000 Laptop — $129.99 (Normally $249.99)
* LG 65-inch 4K Smart TV w/$150 Dell gift card — $799.99 (Normally $1399.99).
* Vizio 60-inch 4K Smart TV w/$200 Dell gift card — $699.99 (Normally $969.99)
* Sony PS4 1TV Console — $199.99
* Dell 32-inch 4K Monitor — $169.99 (Normally $349.99)

* Dell Inspiron Desktop, 7th Gen i5 Processor — $379.99 (Normally $649.99)
* PlayStation VR Headset & Camera Bundle + Gran Turismo Sport — $299.99 (Normally $399)
* XBox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle — $229.99 (Normally $389.99)
* Ultimate Ears Boom 2 Bluetooth Speaker — $99.99 (Normally $199.99)
* Dell Inspiron 11 3000 11″ 2-1 Laptop — $299.99 (Normally $599.99)

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— Phillip Swann

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