Sam’s Club to Kick Off Pre-Black Friday Sales November 14th


Deals cover TVs, sound bars, game consoles, computers, and more

Can’t wait for the Black Friday shopping weekend? Then you’ll be happy to know that Sam’s Club is kicking off its pre-Black Friday sales on November 14. Based on the leaked scans we’ve seen at and, this one-day event will feature some pretty decent deals on electronics, including a number of TVs.

We took a look at several of the Sams’s Club pre-Black Friday sales, which kick off at 7:00 a.m. on November 14, to see how much you’ll be able to save.

TV Deals at Sam’s Club

  • A 65-inch Vizio D65u-D2 4K UHD Smart TV for $998. Currently, the set costs almost $1,500 at Amazon and $1,300 at Sam’s Club and some other stores. (Dell will also feature a Vizio 4K TV, the step-up 60-inch M60-C3 4K UHD TV, for $800.)
  • A 50-inch Vizio D50u-D1 4K UHD Smart TV for $498. This set is currently $728 at Sam’s Club. It’s about $300 at a number of retailers, including BrandsMart and Beach Camera.
  • A 55-inch Hitachi LE55A6R9 1080p TV, which comes with a Roku Streaming Stick, for $398, down from $528; it’s $600 right now at Walmart. The TV uses the Roku Stick to access online content, and it has three HDMI inputs. We tested the 43-inch version of this set, the Hitachi LE53A6R9.
  • A Samsung 55-inch 1080p TV and sound bar speaker bundle for $578. The TV is the UN55J620DAFXZA, a 1080p smart TV with two HDMI inputs, and the sound bar is the HW-HM45C. The claimed savings is almost $300. We believe the TV will be similar to the UNJ6200-series sets; we tested the UN60J6200model, which is in our comprehensive TV Ratings.

Other Sam’s Club Electronics Deals

Sam’s Club will have the Vizio SB3851-CO 5.1-channel sound bar speaker for $179, $60 off its usual selling price. The system, designed for TVs in the 42-inch size range, has a wireless subwoofer and two rear-channel speakers. This Bluetooth sound bar normally sells for about $250 at Vizio’s website and Walmart and Target; it’s $200 at B&H Photo.

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SOURCE: Consumer Reports – James K. Willcox