Here’s the cheapest 65-inch 4K TVs on Black Friday 2019

By on November 20, 2019

Shopping for a 65-inch 4K TV this year? We’ve looked through all the Black Friday ads and broken down where you can get the top 3 cheapest 65-inch 4K HDTV doorbusters as well as the best price on a mid-range 65-inch model, the best price on a higher-end 65-inch 4K TV and the best price on a 65-inch OLED.

Best Price on a 65″ 4K TV Doorbuster: $278

Walmart takes the crown for the cheapest 65-inch 4K TV this year, by a single dollar. This Philips 65″ 4K LED TV usually sells for $499, but will be $278 in store at Walmart and online on It’s likely to sell out within minutes when Walmart’s online deals go live at 10 pm ET on Wed.


This Philips set offers 4K / HDR 10 functionality, Android to handle all smart streaming apps, Google Assistant for finding content, wireless 802.11ac MIMO for streaming and 3 HDMI inputs (including 1 ARC).

2nd Best Price on a 65″ 4K TV Doorbuster: $279

In second place, Target’s Element 65″ 4K Roku Smart TV will be sold at a $279 price point on Black Friday. This 4K TV is featured on the front page of Target’s ad, thus expect lots of interest both in the store and online.


This Element set offers 4K / HDR 10 functionality, 3 HDMI inputs (including 1 ARC), a 1200:1 dynamic contrast ratio and the Roku user interface for streaming video apps like Netflix.

3rd Best Price on a 65″ 4K TV Doorbuster: $299

While Best Buy will be open on Thanksgiving, this Hisense 65″ model (MSRP $499) is strategically being held back until Best Buy opens on Black Friday at 8 a.m. According to the ad, tickets will be handed out to customers in line an hour prior to opening. There’s no indication Best Buy will offer the sales price online.


This Hisense 65″  set offers 4K / HDR functionality, 3 HDMI inputs,Motion Rate 120 tech, and includes the Android TV platform for streaming video as well as Google Assistant for finding TV shows or movies.  Disclaimer: Best Buy has “Dolby Vision” in the product image, but no mention in the specifications. It is listed in the product specs on the Hisense page though.

Best Price on a 65-inch mid-range 4K TV: $399

This deal already appeared at Target earlier in the month and will repeat at Target & Best Buy during Black Friday week. It’s a $350 reduction off TCL’s recommended $749 price point.


This TCL set offers 4K / HDR functionality, 3 HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 (One with HDMI ARC), 120Hz CMI effective refresh rate, Dual-band Wi-Fi and utilizes the Roku user interface for streaming video.

Best Price on a 65-inch high-end 4K TV: $1199

While this sale has been going on for the entire month of November, it’s tough to ignore a $1,000 discount off the MSRP of the Samsung Q70 QLED. You won’t have any problem finding this set in stock at Best Buy and Amazon during Black Friday week. It’s unlikely that the TV will be dropped any lower.


This Samsung set offers 4K, HDR10, HDR10+ functionality,Motion Rate 240, the built-in Samsung smart TV interface and four HDMI inputs. Alternatively, you may also want to watch the Sam’s Club price on the 65″ Vizio Quantum X, which recently dropped to the same price as the Samsung Q70.

Best Price on a 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1799

Similar to the Samsung, Best Buy have been offering this price for most of November. Shaving $500 off the MSRP, the LG B9 is ranked number 1 in our Top 10 TV’s guide. It offers 4K, Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG functionality, LEG’s built-in webOS interface, 4 HDMI inputs, Dolby Atmos & DTS-HD decoder and a native refresh rate of 120Hz.


Alternatively, if you don’t mind buying last year’s model, watch the Ben’s feed for some excellent deals. For instance, the 65-inch LG C8 was recently posted for $1499. We also may see Amazon get creative with pricing on some of last year’s OLED models from LG and Sony in order to clear out inventory on Black Friday.

Regarding online sales, be aware that Amazon (and other online retailers) will aggressively price-match or undercut many of these deals prior or during Black Friday. Watch the main Ben’s feed for the latest 4K TV deals.

About Mike Flacy

By day, I'm the Editor-in-Chief for The CheckOut in addition to being the content manager for Steve's Digicams and High-Def Digest. During my free time, I love to write about pop culture, home theater, digital photography, social media, mobile technology and cool gadgets!


  1. Ross

    November 26, 2019 at 12:05 pm

    Would the 6 series TCL 65″ from Costco for $599 be worth the bump from the $399 in this post?

    • Mike Flacy

      November 26, 2019 at 12:12 pm

      If you are going to be using it for movies / TV shows or sports, I’d say yes. The 6-series has better peak-brightness, local dimming and is better with reflections if you are using it in a bright room. Also, I wouldn’t be shocked to see that $599 price undercut by Amazon on Thursday.

      If you are mainly using it for video games or as a secondary PC monitor, the $399 model will be fine.

      • Ross

        November 26, 2019 at 12:14 pm


  2. ken

    November 22, 2019 at 7:42 pm

    Why not the Hisense H9F instead of the Samsung QLED?

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