Amazon's early Black Friday deals include up to 33% off smart TVs: Shop LG, Sony, Samsung on sale

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These smart TVs are on sale on Amazon, and they're selling fast. Image via Amazon.
These smart TVs are on sale on Amazon, and they're selling fast. Image via Amazon.

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It may only be the beginning of November, but this year Amazon is kicking off their Black Friday deals early.

Throughout November, shoppers can take advantage of huge savings on a range of home, tech, fashion and beauty products included in the site's early Black Friday deals — and avoid the rush come come Nov. 26.

Among Amazon's many early deals that are already on, right now you can save big on a huge selection of TVs from top brands like LG, Samsung and Sony. Prices are slashed up to 33 per cent, making now the ideal time to update your home entertainment setup or shop for the perfect holiday gift.

If you're looking to save on a TV, you'll want to act quickly — many of the models included in today's sale are already selling out, or have just a few items left in stock. Scroll through to shop some of the best TV deals that are on now. 

Samsung - 43" The Frame LED 4K UHD Smart TV

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Samsung - 43" The Frame LED 4K UHD Smart TV. Image via Amazon.

Turn your TV into a work of art with just the touch of a button thanks to the innovative design on this Samsung model. 

SHOP IT: Amazon, $898 (originally $1,198)

Sony X90J 50 inch BRAVIA XR Full Array LED TV

Sony X90J 50 inch BRAVIA XR Full Array LED TV. Image via Amazon.
Sony X90J 50 inch BRAVIA XR Full Array LED TV. Image via Amazon.

Built-in Google TV lets you keep track of all your go-to streaming services in one convenient app, which high quality audio and visuals bring the cinematic experience home. 

SHOP IT: Amazon, $1,198 (originally $1,498)

LG 50NANO85 50" 4K Smart 120Hz NanoCell TV

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LG 50NANO85 50" 4K Smart 120Hz NanoCell TV. Image via Amazon.

Save $200 on this 50" LG TV that features 4K NanoCell Display for lifelike picture no matter what you're watching. 

SHOP IT: Amazon, $898 (originally $1,098)

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Samsung 49" RU8000 4K Ultra HD Smart Television

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Samsung 49" RU8000 4K Ultra HD Smart Television. Image via Amazon.

This smart TV is ideal for those who play video games thanks to Real Game Enhancer technology, which helps prevent tearing and stuttering, giving you smooth visuals.

SHOP IT: Amazon, $800 (originally $1,000)

Samsung - 55" AU8000 LED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV

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Samsung - 55" AU8000 LED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV. Image via Amazon.

Save $50 on this 55" TV and immerse yourself in the picture with one billion shades of colour found with Dynamic Crystal Colour technology.

SHOP IT: Amazon, $848 (originally $898)

LG OLED55G1 55" 4K Smart OLED Gallery Design TV

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LG OLED55G1 55" 4K Smart OLED Gallery Design TV. Image via Amazon.

This TV is designed with an art-inspired, bezel-less design for an ultra thin look thin with no gap from screen to wall.

SHOP IT: Amazon, $2,598 (originally $3,198)

Samsung - 55" QN85A QLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV

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Samsung - 55" QN85A QLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV. Image via Amazon.

Advanced Quantum Matrix Technology allows for ultra-fine light control, allowing you to see great detail in both dark and bright areas.

SHOP IT: Amazon, $1,598 (originally $1,898)

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