The deal for house brand Insignia's NS-42P650A11 is about the best price I've seen for a 42-inch plasma (albeit 720p): $369.99, or $100 off the current price. But there a couple of coveted Panasonic plasmas as well, including the 46-inch 720p TC-P46C2 for just $499.99 and the 50-inch 1080p TC-P50U2 for $699.99, the latter a sweet $200 off the regular price.
If you'd rather go for an LCD TV, you can grab a 46-inch Sony Bravia KDL-46EX400 for $698.99 or pay a little extra for 120Hz refresh rates on the 46-inch Samsung LN46C600 for $797.99. There are also several Black Friday deals on LED-backlit sets, ranging from the Westinghouse 42-inch LD-4255VX for $649.99 (way down from its current $999.99 price) to the Samsung 46-inch UN46C6300, which includes a Blu-ray player for $999.98.
More on ZDNet:
- ZDNet's Ultimate Black Friday 2010 guide to deals and steals
- Complete Walmart Black Friday ad leaked -- the full list of HDTV deals
- Target Black Friday ad leaked: 40-inch 1080p HDTV for $298
Speaking of Blu-ray, Best Buy is offering the Toshiba BDX1100 for just $59.99 and is slashing $100 off the price of the Sony Internet TV device with Google TV and Blu-ray player ($299.99). Or you can get the Samsung HT-C5500XAA 1000-watt home theater system with Blu-ray player for just $297.99.
Expect some similarly good deals when Walmart's ad inevitably get leaked early. In the meantime, will any of these deals entice you to stand in line on Black Friday morning?