LIVE: Cyber ​​Monday TV deals are still available now – $800 off OLED and more

LG C1 OLED TV deal
Written by admin


LG LG - 75 inch class UP7300PUC with deal tag

(Image credit: LG)

One of our most popular Black Friday deals is back in stock. This massive 75-inch 4K TV from LG is available right now at Best Buy for a very low $569, which is an impressive $230 off the regular price.

This 75-inch LG TV has a crisp Ultra HD resolution and is equipped with LG’s quad-core 4K processor for upscaling. The TV supports HDR10 as well as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free control, and you can also stream content from your iPhone or iPad with Apple AirPlay 2. The only downside is that there are only 2 HDMI ports on board. Otherwise, this is a pretty strong deal for a big TV.

Vizio V Series 4K TVs

(Image credit: Vizio)

Welcome back readers! Deals Editor Louis here on this chilly Thursday morning in NYC. So it’s officially December. Celebrating Christmas means you have about 2.5 weeks to get your presents in order. This also means that retailers are ramping up their offers again to move stock on items that didn’t sell on Black Friday/Cyber ​​​​​​Monday.

Here’s a solid offer for a big-screen Vizio TV, for example. Walmart has the 65-inch Vizio V-Series on sale for $448. The 4K TV offers full array backlighting, HDR10 Plus/HLG support and three HDMI 2.1 ports. It also has Chromecast built-in for all your streaming needs. In our Test of the Vizio V series, let’s call it a solid TV if price and features are important to you. The only caveat is that we noticed the screen wasn’t as bright as others.

When Walmart sells out (which is very likely these days), Best Buy offers it for $449 (opens in new tab).

TCL 5 Series Roku TVs

(Image credit: TCL)

The TCL 5 series is our top pick for the best budget QLED TV. When it comes to value, you simply won’t find a better deal. Right now, this Editor’s Choice TV is on sale for $399. In our TCL 5 series Roku TV review, we said this TV delivers a solid quantum dot 4K picture at an affordable price. We also like that it has active local dimming of the entire array, so it can dim the backlight in one area of ​​the screen while boosting another brighter area. In fact, it earned our “Highly Recommended” rating in the 2021 Tom’s Guide Award for Budget TVs.

Hisense U6 FireTV

(Image credit: Hisense)

Looking for an affordable 50″ QLED TV? Amazon has the Hisense U6 series on sale for just $429, making it one of the best deals out there right now. As well as having a quantum dot filter, this TV uses a full array panel, supports regular HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision HDR formats, and has Amazon’s built-in Fire TV Smart platform. If you don’t want the Fire TV platform, Best Buy has the Hisense 50-inch U6H 4K Google TV on sale for $339 (opens in new tab).

TCL 5-Series Google TV (S546) screen

(Image credit: TCL)

It’s a modest $50 discount, but the TCL 5 Series is our favorite QLED TV when it comes to value. In our Test of the TCL 5 series, we said it offers killer performance and a variety of features. These include support for Dolby Vision/HLG/HDR10/HDR10 Plus, voice remote control with Alexa support, automatic game mode and Google TV.

Best Buy has them too 50-inch model on sale for $399 (opens in new tab) ($30 off) while the The 55-inch model is available for $419 (opens in new tab) ($10 discount). As a side note, the 55-inch model was on sale last weekend for $199 (!!!), but I really don’t think we’ll see that price again this year.


(Image credit: Future)

If you want a premium OLED experience, the LG G2 ticks all the right boxes Best OLED TV You can buy. In our LG G2 OLED review, we gave this stunning TV 4.5 stars out of 5 and said, “This is also the first OLED TV bright enough to recommend to people who watch TV in a naturally lit room during the day.” So you get it the best picture quality for all sporting events during the day. Perfect for World Cup fans watching the games on the day.

Samsung The Frame TV deal

(Image credit: Samsung)

One of last week’s most epic TV deals is back in stock. Woot offers the Samsung Frame 2022 line of 4K TVs for purchase starting at $429. The QLED TVs have an Art mode that displays your favorite artworks, shows, movies and more. They also come with HLG/HDR10 Plus support, built-in Google Assistant/Alexa, Auto Gaming mode and Samsung’s Tizen OS.

All sizes are currently on sale: the 32-inch model is $429 (was $597); 43-inch is $749 (was $997); 50-inch is $869 (was $1,299); 55-inch is $1,099 (was $1,499); 65-inch is $1,489 (was $1,999); 75-inch is $2,099 (was $2,999); and the 85-inch is $2,997 (was $4,297).

The reason I call this an epic deal is that if you look at it Direct prices from Samsung (opens in new tab)they’re up to $900 higher and nowhere near Woot’s promos!

The Amazon Fire TV 4K on a purple background

(Image credit: Amazon)

If you want a TV deal that hits the sweet spot in terms of price and size, the Amazon Fire TV 4 series is a good place to start. This 55-inch device delivers a sharp 4K picture with support for HDR 10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus.

The Fire TV 4 Series makes it easy to launch your favorite streaming services, and you get an Alexa Voice Remote to find apps, movies, and shows. You also get 3 HDMI ports along with HDMI eARC support. That The 55-inch model is available for $329 (opens in new tab) (was $519) but we are seeing estimated shipping dates of 3 to 6 months.

A photo of the LG A2 OLED 4K TV on a purple background

(Image credit: Best Buy)

The OLED TV that broke all price records is available again! Right now, Best Buy is offering the LG A2 65-inch 4K OLED TV for $1,299. That’s $300 off and one of the cheapest 65-inch OLEDs we’ve seen. The 48-inch model is also in stock but is no longer available for sale. This latter model went on sale for $569 just a few days ago, however The 48-inch model is in stock now for $1,299 (opens in new tab), which obviously makes the 65-inch model the best choice. This deal was so amazing that we bought the 48-inch model for ourselves to test out.

In our LG A2 OLED review, we said it delivers excellent image quality, wide viewing angles and perfect blacks. However, there are some downsides (for gamers). While a low latency mode is welcome, the 60Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.0 ports instead of the newer HDMI 2.1 aren’t ideal. However, non-gamers (and casual gamers) shouldn’t worry.

About the author


Leave a Comment