Amazon’s Black Friday HDTV Deal List Leaked-Updated Nov 5

October 30th, 2012 · 13 Comments · LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, News

Updated 11/2/2012 – Prices Added

Updated 11/5/2012 More Prices Added

 

Which HDTVs are going to be Black Friday deals on Amazon? According to well placed industry sources, two dozen televisions will go on sale at blow-out holiday prices.

Amazon has already announced that a number of its Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals will begin before November 23rd (It’s begun today, see select prices below) and will be available only while supplies last. The list of Black Friday HDTVs range in screen sizes from 19-inches to 46-inches. Prices are not available yet, but expect them to start as low as $79.99 We have the model numbers and the Amazon ASIN number to help you find the hottest BF HDTV deals now, so you can be ready to order as soon as the price drops.

The list begins after the break.

Coby LEDTV1926 19-Inch 720p LED HDTV; ASIN: B00428N9TA Now $126.62 Will Be $79.99

Coby LEDTV2326 23-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV/Monitor (Black); ASIN: B004EBUZPQ

Coby LEDTV3216 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black); ASIN: B008H2FQSE

Coby TFTV3925 39-Inch 1080p 60HZ LCD HDTV (Black); ASIN: B007BGFUFQ Retail $450 Was $335 Now $279.99

Haier L32A2120 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV; ASIN: B008OCF8BW

Haier LE46A2280 46-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV; ASIN: B008OCF8BM

Haier LE55B1381 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim LED HDTV; ASIN: B0056VMYYS Was $946.33 Now $749.00

Hiteker MSAV1931-K3-D0 19-Inch 60Hz LCD TV; ASIN: B008S4TSAI (Effective from November 1, 2012)

Hiteker TL23K1-DTP 23-Inch 1080p LED-LCD TV/DVD Combo; ASIN: B008U14MU0

Hiteker TL32Z10H-DTP 32-Inch Direct LED-LCD HD TV/DVD Combo; ASIN:B008U14MUU

Hiteker LCD37A5F 37-Inch 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Black); ASIN: B009APC0S6

RCA 22LB45RQD 22-Inch Full 1080p LCD/DVD Combo HDTV; ASIN: B00934CQ56

Just Added  RCA LED46A55R120Q 46-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV Retail $630 Was $520 Now $499.98

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Just Added  Samsung PN51E530 51-Inch 1080p 600Hz Plasma HDTV (Black) Retail $1000 Now $697.99 Nov. 18th $577.99

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Sceptre X325BV-FHD 32-Inch 1080p 60HZ LCD HDTV (Black); ASIN: B008BQGPOA

Sceptre E325BV-HDH 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black); ASIN: B0085WMATO

Sceptre X408BV-FHD 39-Inch 1080p 60HZ LCD HDTV (Black); ASIN: B0081UUYWA

Seiki SC324FB 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Black); ASIN: B0080HVHFM Was $209 Now $179.00

Seiki SE401GS 40-Inch 1080p 120HZ Slim LED HDTV; ASIN: B008TO3X4Y Retail $400 Now $289.00

Seiki SE421TT 42-Inch 720p 60Hz Slim LED HDTV; ASIN: B007W2ZDX8 Was $400 Now $329.00

Seiki SE461TS 46-Inch 1080p 60Hz Slim LED HDTV; ASIN: B008TO3YT8 Was $485.00 Now $399.00

TCL LE39FHDF3300TA 39-Inch 1080p LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black); ASIN: B007E80K4M

TCL L42FHDE30 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Black); ASIN: B008HODL7K

TCL LE43FHDF3300 43-Inch 1080p LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black with Gun Metal Stripe); ASIN: B0085BFB5A

TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black); ASIN: B007EM7NES Retail $650 Was $550 Now $499.99

Just Added TCL LE55FHDF3300ZTA 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black) Retail $1100 Now $749.00

Just Added-Toshiba 24L4200U 24-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED TV (Black) Retail $280 Was $229 Now $179.98

Westinghouse UW40T2BW 40-Inch 1080p 120HZ Slim LED HDTV; ASIN: B009EOJKEU Retail $500 Now $359.00

 

 

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13 Comments so far ↓

  • LuckyD

    Is this list for real? Most of the brands on it are second or third rate. The only good brand is Samsung. As far as I’m concerned, this “sale” is a non-event that’s not even worth pursuing. I’m sure you can do much better elsewhere.

    We didn’t make the list we only report it. We do expect a number of Samsung HDTVs to go on sale this Sunday as that is when our sources predict a drop in the Unilateral Pricing Program takes affect. We also expect a few other name brand models to drop. We’ll report it when it occurs.

    HD Guru

  • Timmy Roy

    As per the best brand for electronics products is concerned,Samsung is one of the best electronic brands.
    They are famous for their newly launched smart window, the new smart window is the one of the best smart window in the market. Samsung’s official partner TapTL sells it online to their customers.

  • charlie

    let me clarify my previous post. we could do better on pricing on *non UPP products, such as panasonic, sharp, etc. worded it wrong.

  • charlie

    p.s. to c x fornier.

    i’m a sales manager at a tv store in washington. We had the tcp60st50 at 1499.99 for two weeks during summertime. I haven’t seen it drop back down since then. We’ve had it tagged at 1599.99 for quite a while now, but when customers ask for a deal (U.P.P. permitted), we usually do better for them. So wherever you’re at, hopefully there’s a store that can give you a better deal that what’s asked on tag.

  • charlie

    Just buy from a place that haggles. There won’t be super killer deals on higher models on black friday. If a place is willing to work you a deal, most likely it’ll be better than any price on black friday. You’ll see “great deals” on entry level sets but if you’re looking for an st50 on the best deal, i wouldn’t bet on it to b on that day

  • C X Fornier

    David, good point, but those TV’s are not for me…I have my sights on a Panasonic ST50 60 inch or a Samsung 6500 Plasma (60 inch)…Any idea how low can they go before I commit? I’ve also readied a SquareTradeWarranty (3 -4 years) to complement either. Right now, the going price is 1600 (lowest) for each (at Amazon). Any idea how low can they go…and approximately when? My price range is 1100-1500. I’ll go for the going price if that’s as low as they can go. Shall I wait?

  • David

    CX, I believe that many reviews are not available for many TV’s simply because many reviewers would rather test well named brands. I do not believe that this in any way discounts the value or performance of some of these brands. As mentioned, many brands use the same panels and electronics. Therefore, it would be a disservice to consumers to not let consumers properly evaluate these deals based on their needs and price needs. The opinion of all of them being junk is not justified simply because of the name of the brand on the TV.

  • C X Fornier

    David, you are absolutely correct in your assessment, but that’s neither here nor there. The point is, everyday people like me want a TV according to how we’ve researched them–performance/value–We have no time to assess/test/return the above-mentioned TV’s..aside from the fact that there are few resources on how they’ve performed. I am saying your argument is moot. Let us have a real Black Friday deal on the better known and reviewed TV’s.

  • David

    Here is a bit of fact. Many TV’s use the same panel sources (LG, AUO, CMI, Samsung) as well as platform sources (Mstar, Renessas, Marvell, etc). Therefore, while the brand may be Sony, Samsung, Coby, Vizio, etc, these same brands are most likely using many of the same sources for key components. Not unlike name brand clothing, you are paying higher prices for name brands to pay and cover costs of advertising. In the TV world, digital technology and panel technology are offered by few vendors and therefore, many of the same components are used regardless of the brand on the TV.

  • chew

    You got to be kidding me,please dont make me use profanity.

  • Steve

    This list is a joke

  • tinyhands

    All disposables.

  • C X Fornier

    Is this a joke? No well-known name brand TV’s? I was expecting more on the line of Panasonic, Samsung, Toshiba…even Vizio? What’s the DEAL (pun intended.)?

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