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Black Friday: Will Target Have TV Deals?

Q. Yesterday you wrote about the TV deals that will be at Costco on Black Friday. What about Target. I live just up the street from one and would love to pick up an early deal. — Jennifer, Pittsburgh.

Jennifer, I am happy to report that Target will indeed offer some interesting discounts on televisions on the big holiday shopping weekend.

For starters, Target’s Black Friday sale will begin on Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. (November 22) and run until 1 a.m. Then the sale will begin again on Black Friday itself at 7 a.m. when doors re-open.

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As for TV deals, Target will sell an Element-branded 55-inch 4K TV for $199, which is a discount of $180. I can’t vouch for the reliability and performance of the Element brand, but that’s an incredible price for a 55-inch 4K set. (Note: Target is selling the Element TV at the discount price online today only. The bargain price will return on Thanksgiving.)

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The retailer will also sell the TCL 55-inch 4K TV with Roku inside for $349, which is $100 off the regular price.

Target also plans to offer a Samsung 65-inch, curved-screen 4K TV (model: NU7300) for $799, which is $100 off as well. I’m not a big fan of curved-screen sets, but that’s a great price for a 65-inch 4K TV of any kind.

Finally, if you’re looking for a backroom set for the kids, Target will sell a Polaroid-brand 32-inch HDTV for $79. That’s a $50 discount.

For more information on Target’s Black Friday sale, see Bfads.net.

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1 Comment on Black Friday: Will Target Have TV Deals?

  1. This TV was ordered from BestBuy*
    TV died as it sat on the wall after couple months of minimal use. LG authorized technicians showed up with replacement part (main board) in 8 days. Upon replacing the part they concluded it was another part that was bad: power supply board. They said they usually replace both at the same time because it is quite common issue however power supply board was on back order. Imagine how many TVs have gone bad so that part is in back order. Called LG and was informed part will not be available for another month. So to conclude I ordered the most expensive TV of its class and it turned out to be the the lowest quality Chinese inferior product. Do not fall for the blink, like I did and go with another brand.
    ***UPDATE 10/05/2018***
    After long wait technicians came back with replacement part “power supply board”. It turned out this was not the problem either, TV is still dead. Now they will be replacing the display which is another couple weeks wait.
    After multiple calls to LG customer service and speaking with upper management, they keep refusing to replace the TV because according to them it is repairable. This TV is no longer new since it has been opened and closed already 4 times with pretty much every part in it being replaced. If I wanted a refurbished TV, I would have bought one for half the price. Extremely disappointed, I will repeat again: DO NOT BUY LG TVs unless you like to play Russian roulette.
    If LG reads this my case ID is RNN180903004244

    2018 LG OLED C8 THIS WAS POSTED ON AMAZON

    QUESTION ARE YOU HEARING ABOUT THESE PROBLEMS WITH LG?

    SHOULD I GET THE WARRANTY IF I BUY ONE?

    LG PRICES HAVE NOT GONE DOWN FOR LAST 2 YEARS ON OLED WHY?

    DO YOU EXPECT OLED TO GO DOWN IN FUTURE

    last XMAS OLED B WAS SELLING FOR $1495

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