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If you were even thinking about getting a new TV, today's a great day to scoop one up. Black Friday 2017 is loaded with fantastic TV deals, and Amazon has some of the lowest prices out there.

Amazon previously teased at several of its Black Friday TV deals, but now we have the details. Here are the best best Black Friday TV sales we've spotted on Amazon today. If you see one that would look perfect on your living room media console or hanging in your man cave, don't hesitate: A few of the best deals appear to already be sold out.

And if you're not satisfied with what you see now, it could be wise to wait a bit. After all, Amazon Cyber Monday sales will kick off within a few days, and there will surely be plenty more TV deals popping up then.

Sceptre X328BV-SR 32-Inch 720p LED TV: $69.99. Unfortunately, this TV is already sold out at the $69.99 Lightning Deal price, but you can add yourself to the wait list or buy it at the regular price of $132.99.

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Avera 49EQX20 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV: $159.99. Like the 32-inch Sceptre, above, this Lightning Deal has been fully claimed, but you can add yourself to the wait list and hope to still snag one at the sale price. It is also being sold by Amazon at the regular price of $359.99, but there are far better TV deals out there. at least for the time being.

Samsung Electronics UN40M5300A 40-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV: $269.99. Many Black Friday TV deals are on no-name brands, so deals like this and the one below from a well-known brand like Samsung is notable.

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Samsung Electronics UN50M5300A 50-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV: $427.99.

Sony KD60X690E 60-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV: $648 (list price: $1,299.99). In another break from typical Black Friday TV doorbusters, the deals on this 60-inch Sony 4K model and its larger, 70-inch cousin (below) are off-brand prices for name-brand TVs.

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