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Black Friday: Will Costco Have Any TV Deals?

Q. I recently bought a Costco membership so I could take advantage of the Black Friday deals, particularly on televisions. Do you know if Costco will have any special discounts on TVs? — Wendy, Arlington, Virginia. 

Wendy,, the web site that annually tracks holiday discounts, has just published Costco’s seven-page Black Friday circular. And the retailer does plan to offer some televisions at a discount on the big shopping weekend.

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For example, Costco will sell a TCL 50-inch 4K TV with Roku inside for $279, which is roughly a $60 discount on the price that can now be found online.

The retailer will also sell a Vizio 55-inch 4K LCD TV for $449, which is around $50 off the regular price. And Costco will sell a Vizio 40-inch 1080p LED/LCD TV for $199, which is a $50 discount as well.

(Note: Both the Vizio and TCL sets can be purchased with the Black Friday prices on November 22 at

I wouldn’t call these the most sensational Black Friday deals ever, but if you’ve been looking specifically for these sets, you’ll be able to get them at a decent discount.

The Costco Black Friday sale will begin at Costco stores on November 23 at 9 a.m. and run through November 26.

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