Black Friday may be gone, but there are still plenty of TV deals to go around. These in-demand deals have a habit of disappearing. Be sure to check back often as we'll continue to update this page with all the latest Black Friday TV deals.
LG 47" 120Hz 1080p 3D WiFi LED-Backlit LCD HD Television
Store: Adorama via eBay
Price: $719.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $263
Is It Worth It?: This 47" TV packs everything you'd want in a modern-day set and at $720, it's also at an all-time price low. The 3D TV features a 120Hz refresh rate, LED backlighting with local dimming, Smart TV capabilities with support for Netflix and Hulu, four pairs of 3D glasses, and three HDMI ports.
Vizio E-Series 42" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television
Store: Dell Home
$348 via coupon code "4JN92QFCV6PDSL" with free shippingEXPIRED
Lowest By: $80
Expires: December 3
Is It Worth It?: Not only is this TV $80 under our October mention, but it's also the cheapest price we've seen this year for this set. Though it lacks the features you'll find in pricier TVs, it does offer 1080p resolution, LED backlighting, and two HDMI ports.
RCA 39" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television
Price: $269 with free shipping
Lowest By: $110
Expires: December 1
Is It Worth It?: It's not the most dramatic discount, but this 39" RCA is $10 under our Monday mention and currently at the cheapest rate we've ever seen for this TV. Features are light, but you do get 1080p resolution, LED backlighting, and two HDMI ports.
Samsung 65" 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit HD Television
Store: Best Buy
Price: $999.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $98
Is It Worth It?: While the UN65EH6000 suffers from less than stellar black levels and lacks a few of the bells and whistles you'd expect from a set of its size — it only has 1 USB, and two HDMI inputs — this HDTV's thin frame give it "better screen uniformity than many edge-lit LED models" and offer great image quality in bright rooms. An Editors' Choice.
Sharp AQUOS Quattron 70" 240Hz 1080p WiFi 3D LED-Backlit LCD HD Television bundled with 2 Pairs of Sharp Bluetooth 3D Glasses
Store: Micro Center
Price: $1,799.99 in-store only
Lowest By: $98
Is It Worth It?: If you're not ready to become an early adopted of Ultra 4K technology, but want an big-screen HDTV, the LC-70LE857U is a great option. Featuring active 3D and a 240Hz refresh rate, this 70" Editors' Choice set is top of the line and praised for its peak whites and color reproduction.
Element 50" 1080p Widescreen LED-Backlit LCD HD Television
Price: $229 in-store only
Lowest By: $199
Is It Worth It?: Unseating the below Changhong 50" as the cheapest 50" 1080p LED-backlit HDTV we have ever seen, this Editors' Choice doorbuster is available at select Target stores (and stock varies by ZIP code). Its $229 price tag hits the sweet spot of our predicted Black Friday HDTV deals, too!
For those who can't get their hands on the Element TV, the Editors' Choice Changhong 50" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television is still the second-cheapest TV in its class and available for $379.99 with free shipping via Newegg.
Sceptre 40" 1080p LCD HD Television
Price: $249 with free shipping
Lowest By: $101
Is It Worth It?: For the ultimate penny pincher, the Sceptre X405BV-FHD is a no-frills HDTV that offers 1080p resolution, USB connectivity, and three HDMI ports, but not much else. However, priced at $249, it's among the cheapest 40" Sceptre TVs we've seen.
Vizio 32" 720p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television bundled with a $100 Dell eGift Card
Store: Dell Home
$248 with free shippingEXPIRED
Lowest By: $100
Is It Worth It?: Black Friday isn't just about big-screen TVs. If you're in the market for a bedroom or dorm room TV, the Vizio E320-A0 may be your match. This Editors' Choice TV offers 720p resolution, LED backlighting, and two HDMI ports. Even without the $100 gift card, it's $80 under our mention from a week ago and an all-time low for this model.