LG is offering discounts on a number of its TVs for Black Friday, and these reduced prices are available now through December 1st. For its OLED C8 with AI ThinQ line of TVs, LG is discounting the 55-inch and 65-inch models by $800, bringing them to $1,700 and $2,700, respectively. And while the 77-inch version, at $7,000, is currently priced $2,000 below what LG suggests, you've been able to purchase it at that price point for the past few months. LG is also offering discounts on its Super UHD SK9000 series of LEDs. You can save $600 on the 55-inch model, which now costs $900, as well as $900 on the 65-inch model, the price of which is knocked down to $1,300.
Why should Black Friday be limited to just one day? In 2018, Apple is holding a four-day shopping event from Nov. 23 to Nov. 26. Typically, it holds a one-day sale at retail locations, online, and through the Apple Store App, and the discounts aren't that generous. In the past, Apple has done things like make the 10 percent student discount available to all shoppers, and offer gift cards, like a $150 credit for a Mac purchase. Apple could go in an entirely new direction for 2018.
TL;DR: Dell has launched a wide range of early Black Friday deals, with to 15% off hundreds of laptops and desktops, and up to 40% off monitors. This is an exciting time for technology deals, and we're expecting a lot of impressive discounts on all the biggest names in the coming weeks. You could bide your time and wait for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or you could save yourself a whole lot of hassle by taking advantage of Dell's early access deals. We're not making any promises regarding these deals, because Black Friday is an unpredictable beast. Even better deals could drop as we get closer to the big day, but they might not.
Black Friday may be almost three weeks away, but the TV sales have already started. Amazon has discounted some of its 4-series and Omni 4K TVs, marking the first time they've been on sale since the company introduced them at the start of September. At the moment, you can get the 50- and 55-inch Omni models for $360 and $410. Typically, those sets cost $510 and $560, so you're saving almost 30 percent off the price of both TVs. Both Omni sets feature support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus.