Consumers know that with November comes the first wave of huge holiday sales. Black Friday has become infamous, both for its deals and its newsworthy crowds of teeming shoppers. Shopping cart chaos aside, you can get great deals on electronic goodies for your living room, both in-store and online. Taking advantage of Black Friday is all about planning, and the first step is finding the deals that best meet your needs and your budget. Thankfully, major retailers have already released their Black Friday store preview ads.
TV options aplenty
Those in the market for the most screen for their money will want to make their way to one of Walmart’s in-store Black Friday events. The Element 60″, an 1080p LED LCD HDTV, is available for just $498, according to Deal News. Those looking for a few extra inches also have the option of grabbing a Vizio 65″ 1080p Smart LED LCD HDTV for $648. Chances are it’ll be hard to beat the screen size for the price this holiday season. The downside? The price is only available during Walmart’s 6 p.m. doorbuster sale on Thanksgiving Day.
Best Buy offers a deal for customers interested in snagging a high-tech Ultra HD TV. The store will be offering a 55-inch 4K Samsung TV for just $900 this Thanksgiving season, said Twice. The store’s 50-inch $200 Panasonic 50-inch 1080p LED is sure to entice customers looking to add a major upgrade to their living room for a dirt-cheap price. Shoppers looking to spend less than $200 needn’t feel left out. The Christian Science Monitor reported that Target has some smoking television deals for Black Friday buyers. The 29″ Element 1080p LCD HDTV for $79 is an absolute steal, and shoppers can grab another 10 inches for a bit more cash by opting for the $119 40″ Element 1080p LCD HDTV.
Accessories, accessories, accessories
What’s a big screen, high-definition television without games to play and content to stream? Thankfully, Black Friday offers tons of options for savings on the tech that makes a big-screen television really worth the investment. Gamers, for instance, will have their hands full with sales to sort, according to VG 24/7. Notable price-cuts include Amazon’s 20 percent savings on all consoles, Best Buy’s Assassin’s Creed Unity Xbox One bundle for $429.99 and Dell’s $400 PS4 package that includes Grand Theft Auto 5 and The Last of Us: Remastered.
Yahoo! Tech noted that tons of electronic tech items besides gaming consoles are getting price cuts as well. Beats by Dre headphones and the Nikon Coolpix L330 20.2 MP digital camera both will be available at Target for just under $100. The Chromecast Media dongle is available for just $25 as well. Those inside Walmart’s walls for a big screen can also pick up the 16 GB iPad mini for just $199 and the RCA 7-inch Android tablet for the insane price of $29. Walmart shoppers can pick up laptop as well, like the HP 15.6-inch or the Acer V5 Angel 11.6-inch touchscreen, for under $200.