- Sharp 65" 4K TV with HDR & Roku $450
Sharp is one of our least favorite TV brands, with many customer reporting faulty screens.
Even though it's a well-known and affordable brand, we recommend others, even the lesser-known brands like TCL.
Although this is still a deal worth mentioning, a Sharp 65-inch 4K TV with HDR and Roku for $450, which is about half the price of most other 65-inch TVs.
Consider purchasing an extended warranty option though, just in case this screen dies like others have experienced.
- Deals Today
Best Buy posted a bunch of hot deals today.
They are calling it their "Early Black Friday Sale" although the deals around Thanksgiving will likely be better, these are amazing prices available today.
TCL 55-inch 4K TV with HDR and Roku for $350.
It's been about $380 for a year, and still one of the best values on the market today.
Ours has been working great for about a year so far, and the HDR alone was a big upgrade from a 1080p TV.
Same deal at Target.com and at Amazon.
Best Buy has not been deal-friendly much over the last few weeks, but today there are a few deals to talk about:
Insignia Smart Alarm Clock & Speaker with Google Assistant for $20.
Normally about $40.
It works just like a Google Home but shaped like an alarm clock.
The reviews are mostly positive, especially the sound quality, but some reviewers complained about the wrong time being displayed on the unit.
With little or no tech support available, returning the unit may be the only option if you have that problem.
Insignia 6-Quart Pressure Cooker for $40.
Most pressure cookers, like an Instant Pot, sell for at least $75.
They cook meals much quicker than any other way, including potatoes, soup, or brown rice in 30 minutes (instead of 90 minutes on the stove or oven), and frozen salmon in 5 minutes (instead of having to thaw first).
- 48-Pack of AA Batteries $7
Best deal on AA batteries in a while.
The previous deal was $7.50 for a 48-pack.
For an even better deal, choose "Easy Replenish" for $6.29.
You will have to remember to cancel after your order ships, otherwise the Easy Replenish will automatically re-order more batteries for you after a specified time has elapsed.
- TCL 55" 4K TV with HDR and Roku for $361
Electronics Express has the best deal on the TCL 55S405 55-inch 4K (2160p) TV with HDR and Roku.
Price is $380 with free shipping, and no sales tax for customers outside of Tennessee and Alabama.
Also, coupon code 5OFFPROMO applies 5% off (apply in the shopping cart).
We owned this TV since December, and love a few things about it:
It's one of the best prices available for a 55-inch TV today.
This was our upgrade from a 1080p TV, and the HDR made the colors appear more life-like.
Roku remote included, and the TV can be fully controlled by the Roku app (including power on/off).
Beware that Electronics Express does have a few negative reviews from customers who bought from their retail store, but we heard few problems with online orders.
They sell a lot through Amazon and Ebay, and usually have great prices.
- LG 55" 4K TV and $100 Gift for $500
LG 55-inch 2160p 4K TV with HDR for $500 with free shipping.
A free $100 Dell Promo eGift card is automatically added to the cart, and delivered by email a few weeks after purchase.
The free $100 "Promo" eGift card can be used toward anything at Dell.com (computers, monitors, TVs, accessories, etc.) within 90 days from delivery.
The TV normally sells for about $500 without a free gift card.
Even if your home does not have 4K (2160p) players, the HDR benefit is a noticeable upgrade from a 1080p TV since blacks look actually black and colors look more vivid.
They are also selling a
Vizio 55-inch 4K TV with HDR for $500 and includes a free $150 Dell Promo eGift Card.
To see other TV deals, click here.
In the middle of the page, look for the "Filter by Category" dropdown menu, and choose "TV & Home Theater Deals."
Note that TV prices could rise in about 6 months (some say by Christmas), so now may be a good time to consider upgrading an old 1080p TV to 4K with HDR.
Although the impact of tariffs will seem to hit clothing, shoes, and furniture sooner than electronics, experts seem to believe all household goods will ultimately hit US consumers' wallets in the near future.
- 2-Pack Insignia Speakers with Google Assistant $50, With Battery $70
Insignia Voice Smart Bluetooth Speaker & Alarm Clock with Google Assistant.
It works like the Google Home but in alarm clock form.
Plays streaming music, tells the news & weather, and controls smart devices in the home.
The price is $40 for the regular one, or $150 for the portable one.
Don't worry, the price will change:
Add one to the cart.
View the cart, and change the quantity to 2
The total price changes to $50 for the regular model, or $70 for the portable.
Those are for 2.
Shipping is free.
At $25 each (or $35 each for the portable), this is cheaper than 2 Google Home Minis at $39 each.
The reviews of the Insignia speakers are mostly positive.
Reading the reviews, people love the sound quality, the Google Assistant, and the clock on the front.
However, some reviews complain about the wrong time being displayed, and little support available to help.
As one reviewer said, "hold on to your receipt in case you can't get the time to set properly and need to return the unit."
- TP-Link 2-Outlet Smart Plug for $25
TP-Link (HS107) 2-Outlet Smart Wifi Plug for $25.
Normally sells for about $49.
If in-stock at your local store, same-day in-store pickup is available.
Otherwise, shipping is free on a $35+ order.
If you prefer to have your order shipped, here are some examples to get free shipping:
- Amazon Fire 8" Tablet for $50
Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet for $50 with free shipping.
Amazon's tablets are definitely the cheapest when compared to the prices of iPad and Android.
The Fire has far fewer features than more expensive tablets, and far fewer apps & games in their download library.
It won't sync (or Cast) the display with a TV and won't play YouTube videos, but will play a large selection of shows & movies with an Amazon Prime membership.