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I have to disagree with other answers. Knowing what I know about manufacturer and dealer margin, it is extremely unlikely you'll see demo units of good brands for $200. Plus you'll need to purchase a new stylus or entire cartridge. FYI, typical dealer margin on a turntable is 40 points. Cartridges are more. So a $400 retail demo table will be over $250.
Amazon and Turntable Lab have very good Audio Technica models on their sites now. Most have pre-moynted cartridges. Some have built in phono pre-amps in case your existing AVR or processor doesn't have one. I suspect that you'll see some Black Friday deals on one of the sites.
Bear in mind that a typical high end audio shop won't blow out inventory on Black Friday because very few keep much back stock. Today's business model is “1 to show and 1 to go.”
Well, since turntable technology has barely moved since the 60s, my suggestion would be to have some patience. Start reading up on it, then start going to local second hand stores and thrift shops looking for a good condition turntable used. Often you can find one for $50 or less that might need a needle and will certainly be the equivalent of anything you can buy for less than $500 new.