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According to retail and consumer research outlet DealNews, November’s Black Friday is the “absolute best time” to buy a new TV and March is the second best month for purchasing one as newer models roll out — and that there are "always TV deals." Though the Super Bowl isn’t traditionally the best time for TV deals, there are a couple great sales out there right now if you want to upgrade yours — and the coming week will see lots of TV deals, according to DealNews.If you’re buying a new TV, get one that has at least a 4K screen resolution, writes NBC News contributor Julie Loffredi. “With eight million pixels, you have enough resolution to give you a picture worth watching on Super Bowl weekend.” For a limited time, you’ll find an array of Samsung’s QLED TVs on Amazon with deep discounts, too.(QLED, short for Quantum LED, is a Samsung and Vizio TV panel technology that “increases the contrast and vividness of the image,” Loffredi explains.)If you’re looking for a more affordable option, TCL’s Smart Roku TV — so named because you can manage all of your streaming content using built-in Roku apps — is on sale right now.There are discounts on various sizes of the TV so you could potentially save on one no matter what space you’re looking to fill.

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