The average TV will last you anywhere from 4 to 10 years, though you may want to upgrade more often to get the newest tech, like microLED. That’s where Target comes in. They stock the latest models to take your Netflix, Hulu, or HBO Max streaming to the next level. And the best part is that you rarely have to pay full price—no matter when you shop. Groupon Coupons has the lowdown on how to score Target TV deals anytime of year.
Timing is everything when buying a new TV, and shopping at Target is no exception. There are a few key times of year you’ll want to make note of to get your Target TV for less.
January and February bring with them lots of football-inspired sales on bigger screen TVs. If you’re looking to maximize your viewing party, while also saving a little cash, this is a good time to upgrade. In 2021, some of the most popular Target TV deals were $40 off a TCL 50” Roku 4K UHD HDR Smart TV ($279.99, regularly $319.99) and $250 off an LG 70” Class 4K UHD Smart LED HDR TV ($599.99, regularly $849.99).
You’ll likely find big TV discounts in March and April, when retailers slash prices on older inventory to make room for newer models. Some of the most popular TV brands to go on sale during these months include Vizio, Samsung, TCL, Sony, and LG.
The Target Black Friday sale is legendary, and for good reason! It’s that magical time of year when everything is on sale, including TVs. We’re expecting the 2021 Target Black Friday TV deals to be even better than their 2020 deals, which included $170 off a TCL 65” 4K UHD HDR Android Smart TV ($229.99, regularly $399.99).
You can always find a great deal on the Target TV sales page. At the time of publishing this article, we found the following Target TV deals:
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If you haven’t heard about Target RedCard and the Target Circle app, we’ve got you covered. Use the Target RedCard to save 5% on every order (including your new TV purchase), and stack those savings with exclusive deals from Target Circle, a free loyalty program. When you shop with Target Circle, you earn 1% cash-back rewards to use at Target.
The Target Weekly Ad is a treasure trove of offers that last for one week only. Be sure to browse the ad for the latest TV discounts, which vary by store location. At the time of this article’s publication, we found a deal for $50 off a Hisense 55” Roku UHD HDR Smart TV ($349.99, regularly $399.99).
You may be able to save on Target TVs by buying a floor model, but buyer beware: these monitors are constantly switched on during normal store hours, so they’ll have a bit of wear from the get-go. Unless you had your heart set on a particular in-store TV, you’re much better off in the long run shopping the sales page or using one of our other savings tips.
Lastly, you can always be sure you’re getting the very best TV deal with Target Price Match. Check out our Target Price Match Guide for tips on how to do it.