Finally, the Black Friday month is here and it is the shoppers’ paradise. Although the actual discount day is a few weeks more to go, most of the retailers have already kicked off the sales which has some really sweet deals on electronic goods. The likes of Samsung, Costco, Dell have started off with the sales along with the king himself i.e. Amazon. All kinds of useful tech goodies are available on sale in the market which includes the likes of 4K HDR TV of some of the finest brands along with other household technological goods. If you are looking for some really good deals in the market for techie stuff then you must check out the stores that have been mentioned and we will now talk about some of the best 4K HDR deals that are available during the Black Friday sales.
To kick the sales off, Both Samsung and Amazon are offering gracious deals on the 2017 QLED 4K HDR line up from the house of Samsung. Some of the deals offer discount of as much as 45% on some of the models. The QLED TVs of various sizes are being offered to the customers on an off of a few thousand dollars. The 65 inch Q9F model is available at a discount of $ 2900 for just $ 3299.99. The Q7F 55 inches model has a discount of $ 1200 and is available for $ 1579.99. There is discount available on the other lines of Samsung 4K HDR TVs too which are some of the best in class.
Coming to Amazon, the retailing king is pulling off the same stunt that it always does, matching the price of the competitors on products which they sell too. Hence the Samsung televisions are available on their site for the same or cheaper price. But it is not just confined to Samsung televisions, it is offering discounts on a range of televisions from the house of companies like LG whose OLED televisions are available at a moderate discount from Amazon e-store.
Carolyn is a technology graduate and loves to write about anything related to technology as well as writes in others sectors. Carolyn is a professional writer with over 7 years of experience. Initially starting off as a programmer, Carolyn decided to combine her knowledge about technology and writing and that’s how she joined Reporter Expert.