10 TV Deals as Good — or Better — Than on Black Friday

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Now is one of the best times of the year to buy a new TV.

The two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl — which falls on Feb. 5 this year — bring the second-best TV discounts of the year, according to Consumer Reports. This period is second only to Black Friday.

Consumer Reports explains:

Before the big game, stores will be trying to clear out 2016 sets in anticipation of 2017 models that start arriving a month or two later. In our analysis of two years of pricing data, Super Bowl sales have pushed down prices by an average of 22 percent.

A separate analysis by BestBlackFriday.com found that some TVs are currently priced as low or lower than they were on Black Friday. These sale prices suit a variety of budgets, ranging from a few hundred dollars to well over $1,000.

As of Monday morning, the TVs that are cheaper than they were on Black Friday are:

The TVs that are as cheap as they were on Black Friday are:

For more help, check out “7 Hints to Help You Score the Perfect TV.”

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