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Black Friday: Does Dell Have Any TV Deals?

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Q. I noticed you are writing up Black Friday TV bargains for some retailers. Do you know if Dell.com plans any cool bargains on televisions? — Sheila, Plano, Texas.

Sheila, Bfads.net, which annually tracks holiday deals for all categories, just published Dell’s 13-page Black Friday circular. And yes indeed, there are a few cool TV deals in the lineup for the big shopping weekend.

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For starters, Dell.com will sell a Vizio 50-inch 4K TV for $349, starting November 22 (Thanksgiving.) at 3 p.m. ET. While the set is just $50 less than the price that can now be found online, Dell.com is including a $100 eGift-card that can be used at the site.

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You also might want to check out the LG 65-inch 4K TV (model 6090PUA) that Dell.com will sell for $599 from November 16 through December 1. The set is now going for between $799 and $899 at most sites. Plus, Dell is throwing in a $100 Dell eGift card.

Finally, Dell.com will sell a Sony 65-inch 4K TV (model XBR65X850F) for $999, which is $400 off the regular price. The Sony deal is good from November 18 through November 24.

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