If a new TV is on your wish list Black Friday is the perfect time to invest. In the run up to the big day the Internet is awash with amazing tech deals from laptops to tablets, but for TVs in particular, there are some seriously tempting discounts.
From full HD to 4K Ultra HD, LCD and OLED we've done all the bargain hunting so you can get your new telly just in time for Christmas.
Here, we will be constantly updating the best deals on televisions in the lead up to Black Friday.
Top TV Buying Tips For Cyber Monday
- Look for a TV with a resolution with at least 4K, if you want it to be future-proof.
- OLED TV screens look much better than a regular LED LCD, but generally cost more.
- Curved TVs might look cool but there's no real benefit in terms of picture quality.
- Most TV sets are 'smart' and can connect to apps like Netflix, as well as the web.
Smart TVs connect to your home internet connection which means you can browse applications like Netflix. They can also connect to other Smart devices such as phones and tablets.
Sony Bravia 40” Smart TV HDR LED
Low price: £399 – Buy now from Currys
Was £549, now £397.05 – Buy now from Amazon
Low price: £398 – Buy now from John Lewis
With a large 40-inch screen, this slim TV delivers the latest and greatest content with rich detail and depth. It also has built-in Freeview Play so you can get unlimited access to a huge range of live, catch-up and on-demand TV.
Bush 32” Smart TV HD Ready
Low price: £189.99 Buy now
With built-in Freeview Play, this large 32-inch screen TV offers a wealth of live entertainment channels, meaning you can enjoy all the latest shows from BBC iPlayer, Netflix and more.
Samsung 50" 4K Ultra HD TV
Low price £369 – Buy now from Argos
Was £549, now £399 – Buy now from AO
Low price £429 – Buy now from Amazon
JVC 32" Smart TV LED TV
Was £449, now £229.99 – Buy now from Amazon
A wall-mountable TV with plenty of entertainment, this will add a stylish not to any living room. It includes a range of Freeview channels, Smart TV services and an app store.
Virtual reality has captured to the interest of Baby Boomers, Generation Z and Millennials.
4K Ultra HD
These TVs have up to four times the number of pixels than a standard Full HD TV making images crisper and more realistic than ever before. To be considered 4K a screen needs 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
LG 4K Ultra HD 55” LED TV
Was £549, now £379 – Buy now from Very
Was £649, now £449 – Buy now from Currys
£549 – Buy now from John Lewis
Certified with 4K Ultra HD with HDR10, this TV makes every scene look super-sharp and colourful. It also includes Smart webOS which is packed with apps to keep the whole family entertained and ThinQ AI to bring voice control to your TV.
Toshiba 4K Ultra HD 55” LED Smart TV
Was £529 now £379 – Buy now from Currys
Low price £399 – Buy now from John Lewis
Low price £399 – Buy from Amazon
With built-in Freeview Play, this large 55-inch screen TV offers a wealth of live entertainment channels, meaning you can enjoy the latest shows on the from BBC iPlayer, Netflix and more. It’s also armed with HDR tech for a greatly heightened colour range to deepen your view.
Sony 4K Ultra HD 43” Smart TV
Was £899, now £549, Buy now from Amazon
Was £649, now £599, Buy now from Currys
Low price £649, Buy now from Argos
Enjoy stunning 4K entertainment with this option from Sony. Slim in design, it promises to make an attractive addition to any home and also comes with the amazing Android TV platform.
Samsung 49" 4K Ultra HD TV
Was £679.99, now £444, Buy now from Amazon
Low price £449, Buy now from John Lewis
Low price £449, Buy now from AO
Ultra HD certified, this option offers true 4K colour and clarity as well as easy access to all your content and connected devices from one place. It’s also available in a range of screen sizes from 40 inch to 75 inch.
Curved Screen TVs
Developed to deliver a more immersive entertainment experience, curved TVs mean everyone can view the screen, regardless of their angle and really put you at the centre of the action. Typically they also offer the latest colour and depth enhancing technology.
Samsung Curved TV 65” Smart 4K Ultra HD LED
Was £1,499, now £1,049 – Buy now from Currys
Low price: £1,129 – Buy now from Argos
The curved screen on this Samsung TV makes you feel like you’re at the heart of every moment whether you’re watching a movie or playing a computer game. It also gives you easy access to catch up services like Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Samsung Curved TV 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD
Low price £629 – Buy now from Argos
Low price £629 – Buy now from AO
Treat your eyes to a cinema-quality home entertainment experience with vivid colours and incredibly sharp images. It also has upscaling technology that makes the most of everything you view, so all of your favourite shows and movies are transformed to near 4K Ultra HD quality.
The Royals Are Also Using It. You know that virtual reality is big when highly prominent people are also getting in on it. In March 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle honored International Women's Day by encouraging young women to study science and technology. In the process, they attended a school and tested out a virtual reality set. The couple had a positive experience with virtual reality. They both appeared to enjoy learning about the technology and how the headset works.
Cello Curved TV 55” Smart LED
Low price – £479.99 – Buy now from Amazon
This option combines a curved screen with built-in digital Freeview channels to reveal incredible levels of detail which makes anything you’re watching look beautiful and true to life.
Oled is a huge leap forward in screen technology and stands for ‘Organic Light Emitting Diode.’ Overall, OLED’s are thinner, more flexible, faster at processing images and produce true blacks and smoother images. However, because of their advanced technology they tend to be fairly expensive. But, that’s where those deals come in.
LG OLED TV 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD
Was £1,799, now £1,299 Buy now from Currys
This option delivers pure picture quality thanks to its OLED screen which creates true deep blacks to enhance every colour and detail. You can also stream 4K content from services like Now TV, Netflix, Amazon Video and YouTube.
Panasonic OLED TV 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD
Was £1,699, now £1499 – Buy now from Currys
Low price – £1,499 – Buy now from John Lewis
Experience amazing next-gen visuals with this Panasonic TV which features a 4K HDR OLED screen. It also comes with Freeview Play which means you can access services like BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and All 4.
Philips OLED TV 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD
Was £2,000, now £1,119 – Buy now from Amazon
Low price – £1,119 – Buy now from AO
Astonishingly thin, this TV delivers a glorious Ultra HD colour-scape with three ambilight sides to make your viewing experience more immersive. It also includes Android TV which the Google Play store so you can enjoy an endless collection of films, TV, music, apps and games.
Toshiba 55" Smart 4K Ultra-HD OLED TV
Was £1,499, now £1,189 – Buy now from Amazon
Was £1,299, now £1,199 – Buy now from Currys
This option from Toshiba can come with or without wall mounting and offers deeper, more authentic blacks and striking colours. It’s also built with Dolby Vision for scene-by-scene accuracy.
Thanks to ground-breaking Quantum Dot technology, QLED TVs deliver Certified Ultra HD Premium picture quality and jaw-dropping colour that’s unbelievably true-to-life.
Samsung QLED TV 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD –
Was £1,499, now £999 – Buy now from Currys
Low Price – £999 – Buy now from John Lewis
The next innovation in TV, this Samsung QLED TV is the cutting edge of home visual entertainment with a picture quality that takes your breath away. With extremely low light reflectivity, the Q contrast means you’ll be able to watch the television on sunny days without having to rearrange the furniture.
SEGA’s VR Glasses Project That Didn’t Make It. Gaming companies also knew that Virtual Reality was going to become a huge thing in the gaming world. However, while they had the vision, they were lacking the technology we have today. In 1993, at one of the first Consumer Electronics Shows, SEGA announced the Sega VR headset for their Genesis console. The prototype glasses had head tracking, LCD screens in the visor and stereo sound. SEGA’s idea was to release the product for a mere $200 at the time, but technical development issues turned the idea into one of the biggest flops for the infamous gaming company. The product was never released on the market.
Samsung QLED TV 65” Smart 4K Ultra HD
Low price: £2,099 – Buy now from John Lewis
This Samsung QLED TV uses groundbreaking Quantum Dot technology to deliver a world first in picture quality, achieving 100 per cent colour volume. It makes movie nights spectacular and lets you experience sports as if you’re actually in the stadium.
Cello 55” QLED LED TV
Was £849.99, now £799.99 – Buy now from Amazon
An Android Smart TV with built in Wi-Fi, the ability to record and pause TV, and a 55 inch wide screen, this option will make a great addition to any living room.
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