Best Buy reveal TV sales for today

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Now that the most popular Internet shopping day has arrived, Best Buy has revealed their TV sales for Cyber Monday 2013 and focused one page just for Samsung HDTVs including LEDs and Plasma televisions. Prices range from just over $200 all the way up to just under $2,000, and for Best Buy the Cyber Monday deals they offer are critical thanks to this being an extremely important period to bump up the companies profits.

Within the last couple of years we saw Best Buy enter the UK with some really good prices on popular products, but this failed to lead to the success they wanted and resulted in the retailer pulling out.

Some of the HDTVs featured within Best Buy’s TV sales today include the Samsung UN55FH6003FXZA 55-inch Class LED 1080p HDTV at $699.99, a Samsung HDTVUN32EH4003FXZA 32-inch LED HDTV for $229.99, a Samsung UN60F6300AFXZA 60-inch LED Smart TV at $1,199.99 with around $300 of savings, and the highest priced TV on offer is the Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA 65-inch LED 240Hz 3D HDTV for $1,999.99 with around $500 off.

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If you don’t like Samsung TVs then you will find plenty of other deals during the Cyber Monday savings, but it seems like a number of retailers including Best Buy like to feature this brand and this is likely due to some sort of profit partnership with the television brand.

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As you can see in the photo above, a lot of the LED TVs and higher-end plasma HDTVs are much thinner than an older model you might currently have. This alone is one reason to upgrade, although in fairness the most important factor would be the display considering this is what will be facing you the majority of the time.

Take a look at all the Best Buy TV sales for today on the special Cyber Monday deals page the retailer set up right here. This page is only for Samsung TVs, but browsing to the homepage or searching the dedicated display section will reveal other discounts.

Have you seen any better Cyber Monday TV deals on Best Buy, Walmart, Target or another store? If so, feel free to leave a comment with the best prices and products you’ve seen on offer today and what you think about this retailer in general.

Also See: Labor Day opening hours at Best Buy, Walmart

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  • David Silverman

    You lucky Americans…
    In Australia we would be paying twice this price, yet our $ is worth nearly as much as yours and we are closer to the manufacturer…