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Best HDTV Deals: 5 Editors' Choice Deals to Rival Black Friday, 4K From $400


TV deals will be epic this week, and today's best HDTV deals are just a small preview of what's to come. Included in our roundup is a 55" Panasonic for $600, Vizio's 70" P-Series 4K HDTV for $1,998, and a budget 42" 4K TV for $400.

  1. Panasonic AS530 HDTVPanasonic AS530 55" 120Hz 1080p WiFi LED-Backlit LCD Smart HD Television
    Store: Best Buy
    Price: $599.99 via coupon code "PANASONIC55DEAL" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $100
    November 25

    Is It Worth It?: If you're looking for an affordable name-brand 55" HDTV, this $478 Vizio 55" 1080p LED LCD HDTV from Amazon will be hard to beat. However, due to the popularity of Amazon's deal, it may also be hard to purchase. If you miss Amazon's deal, then you can feel good about grabbing this Panasonic today. The coupon above drops this set's price to $100 below last week's mention, tying our all-time price low for a 55" Panasonic TV with these specs. It features a 1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, built-in WiFi with Smart TV features, and two HDMI inputs.

  2. LG 65LB5200 HDTVLG 65" 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television bundled with a $200 Dell eGift Card
    Store: Dell Home
    Price: $989.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $10

    Is It Worth It?: Assuming you use the generous $200 gift card, this is the best deal we've seen on this 65" TV. It's also among the cheapest 65" name-brand TV we've seen all year. It features 1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, edge-lit LED backlight, and two HDMI inputs.

  3. Samsung UN50HU6950FXZA HDTVSamsung 50" 4K 2160p WiFi LED-Backlit LCD Ultra HD Television
    Store: Adorama
    Price: $797.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $101

    Is It Worth It?: On Black Friday, shoppers will see a plethora of deals on name-brand 55" 4K HDTVs with prices starting at $899. However, here's a 4K HDTV deal you don't have to wait for. Adorama offers the 50" Samsung UN50HU6950FXZA for $798. That's the cheapest name-brand 50" 4K TV we've seen and $100 cheaper than the cheapest 55" 4K TV you'll see on sale later this week.

  4. Vizio P702UI-B3 HDTVVizio 70" 4K 2160p 240Hz WiFi LED-Backlit LCD Smart Ultra HD Smart Television
    Store: Sam's Club
    Price: $1,998 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $500

    Is It Worth It?: Vizio's P-series 4K TVs have been hotly anticipated for quite some time. And while CNET says this TV isn't the holy grail of affordable 4K HDTVs, it does have plenty of things going for it, such as full-array local dimming, deep black levels, excellent contrast, among the lowest input lags ever tested, and excellent connectivity. The TV features a 3840x2160 native resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, full-array LED backlight, 802.11ac wireless, Smart TV (with access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, and other Vizio Internet apps), 2-sided remote with backlit QWERTY keyboard, and five 4K-compatible HDMI inputs.

  5. Changhong UD42YC5500UA HDTVChanghong 42" 4K 2160p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV
    Store: Newegg
    Price: $399.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $500

    Is It Worth It?: With all the name-brand 4K TVs currently on sale, it was only a matter of time before retailers turned their eyes toward their off-brand counterparts. This Changhong HDTV is the cheapest 42" 4K TV we've seen. (Though we did see a 39" Seiki for $299 over the summer.) It offers 3840x2160 native resolution, LED backlight, and four HDMI inputs.

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With over a decade of experience covering technology, Louis Ramirez has written for CNET, Laptop, Gizmodo, and various other publications. Follow him on Twitter at @louisramirez.
Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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The Seiki 39" 4k actually was $10 cheaper and much better reviews. It will be $399 at TigerDirect on Black Friday, but Skopko has the same TV for the same price bundled with the U-Vision up conversion HDMI (1080p to 4k). Is there a reason you guys don't seem to be covering Skopko?
32" TVs should be going for 125, anything more you should wait. Friend got a 40" in July this year for 140, these are prices they hope to get lots of suckers to buy, because no name brands on 32" above 180 is a rip.
@alfasound Actually, we've also got a current Editors' Choice deal on a Samsung 32" smart tv for $248:

But those prices could drop further this week!
@alfasound We haven't seen any great smart TV deals in that size, but we have seen several for larger sets, starting with a 40" doorbuster at hhgregg for $178 (

Check out more at our Black Friday TV roundup ( or our TV Deals homepage (
Any recommendation for 32" smart tv?
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