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The Hisense U6G is a sweet QLED 4K smart TV, but it’s usually priced just a little higher than value shoppers want to pay. Thanks to a Cyber Monday deal that’s still available, you can get the 55-inch Hisense U6G Android TV for under $500, making it the most affordable it’s been all year.

It’s one of the few great deals from Black Friday and Cyber Monday that is just as good a deal today, but it’s not the only reason to buy this TV. That would be the beautiful QLED display, the richly-featured Android TV platform, and the one-two punch of Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos sound. You can get it for $150 off at Amazon, but you can find the same price at Best Buy and Walmart.

Hisense 55″ U6G Anroid TV: was $649 now $499 @ Amazon


Sony X85J 65 Inch TV deal

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You can get the 65-inch Sony X85J 4K TV on sale for $998 at Amazon. The original price is $1,199 so you’re saving a cool $201. Should Amazon run out, you can buy the same model for the same price over at Best Buy. This Sony TV has a 65-inch 4K LED Ultra HD display, Dolby Vision/HDR10 support and compatibility with AI home assistants and most streaming services. It’s an overall great 4K TV.

Sony 65″ X85J 4K TV: was $1,199 now $998 @ Amazon 


Fire TV Stick 4K deal

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I posted this yesterday but wanted to spotlight it again since the deal is still live and it’s one I personally would recommend taking advantage of.

The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is a super handy device that allows you to stream from services like Netflix, Peacock, Prime Video (naturally) and many more. You can also check out your favorite YouTube channels and even watch live TV for sports and news. The Fire TV Stick 4K is so good that it made our best streaming devices list. With Alexa Voice Remote (which can control both your smart TV and smart home) you’ll never have to get off your couch or sofa. You can read more about it in our review.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $24 @ Amazon 


LG 65-inch A1 OLED and LG SN5Y 2.1 soundbar and subwoofer bundle deal

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Hey, everyone! Computing Writer Tony Polanco here for the next couple of hours to post some post-Cyber Monday TV deals. Yes, there are still some great sales to be had — giving you some more time to save big on some amazing products.

Let’s start with a great deal we posted yesterday that’s still live. Cyber Monday (and other sales) are great for package deals. Why save on just one product when you can save on two? This particular deal has the 65-inch LG A1 OLED bundled with the LG SN5Y soundbar and subwoofer, saving you a hefty $365. This is effectively a home theater starter kit and is something you should seriously consider if you want to take your home entertainment experience to the next level.

LG 65: A1 OLED + Soundbar: was $2,078 now $1,713 @ Amazon 


Insignia 50

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One of the best deals of the season is still being sold, with the Insignia 50-inch F30 4K Fire TV. Amazon’s Fire TV smart TV platform isn’t just popular, it’s also a richly-featured alternative to software running on TVs from Samsung and LG. In addition to Amazon-backed streaming services, like Prime Video and IMDBtv, you’ll get access to all of the most popular streaming services, like Netflix, HBOmax, Disney Plus and more.

But Fire TV also boasts deep integration with Amazon Alexa – this inexpensive 4K TV can do double duty as a smart speaker, provided you’re okay using the push-to-talk function of the remote. You’ll get all of the Alexa skills, all of the smart home compatibility, and new features as those functions get updated. Even better, Best Buy is selling the 50-inch model for $120 off.

Insignia 50″ F30 Fire TV: was $449 now $329


TCL 6-Series Roku TV R635 deal

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You can still score a great deal on one of our all-time favorite TVs, the TCL 6-Series Roku TV R635, which combines QLED and mini-LED for picture quality that rivals some of the most expensive TVs on the market. TCL has always been focused on delivering great value, but this Cyber Monday holdover saves you an extra $500 on one of the best TVs you can get.

There’s a lot to love about the 65-inch TCL 6-Series Roku TV, including the built-in Roku features. The screen tech is mini-LED QLED. You can choose from different picture modes, including a high fidelity gaming option. And with four HDMI ports, you have plenty of expandability.

TCL 65″ 6-series: was $1,499 now $999 @ Amazon


Vizio OLED TV 55-inch

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Best Buy has been offering the Vizio OLED TV at some impressively low prices all November long. Now that Cyber Monday has ended, those prices aren’t quite as low, but you can still get a discount on the best value in the OLED TV category.

The Vizio OLED TV offers a compelling value even at normal prices, delivering a premium OLED display — complete with strong performance, superb contrast and great HDR support — along with Vizio’s SmartCast smart TV platform, which may not have the biggest app selection, but uses a built-in Google Chromecast to give you access to anything on your phone or tablet.

The 55-inch model is selling for $100 off, while the 65-inch Vizio OLED has gotten a new regular price that’s $200 lower than the initial retail price.

Vizio 55″ OLED TV: was $1,299 now $1,199 @ Best Buy


Chromecast with Google TV

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Our second-favorite streaming device is still on sale thanks to ongoing Cyber Monday TV deals. Right now you can add the Chromecast with Google TV to your existing set, introducing a thorough smart TV platform and access to Google’s services for cheap.

The Chromecast with Google TV is just $39 at Best Buy in the white color. Hook up this dongle to your new television and get brilliant, vivid 4K streaming with HDR/Dolby Vision support and Dolby Atmos immersive sound. Access over 6,500 Android TV apps, including Netflix, Disney Plus and other top streaming services. In our review, we love the Chromecast’s simple, intuitive interface and smart home integration. 

Chromecast with Google TV: was $49 now $39 @ Best Buy


Samsung Q60A QLED TV Black Friday TV deal

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If you’re in the market for a big TV at a smaller price, this 75-inch Samsung Q60A QLED TV is the move. Amazon is offering $300 off, meaning you can buy it right now for just $1,197. It’s not quite the lowest price we’ve seen for this particular model, but it shows that retailers are winding down their Cyber Monday TV deals.

This QHD set uses Quantum Dot technology to produce an image that’s nearly as good as OLED sets, and has dual LED backlights for improved contrast. It also has Alexa built in, and support for Google Assistant, although the 60Hz refresh rate means it might not be ideal for gamers. That aside, it’s a great option.

Samsung 75-Inch Class QLED Q60A: was $1,499 now $1,197 @ Amazon


65-inch LG C1 4K OLED TV deal

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Time’s running out! If you haven’t bought the LG C1 OLED TV during Cyber Monday TV deals, what are you waiting for? The deal is so good we even bought one knowing $1,296 for a 55-inch OLED TV isn’t something you see every day.

There’s no telling how long Amazon will keep the LG C1 at this low price now that Cyber Monday is technically over, nor how much stock will be left once Cyber Monday orders are fulfilled. The only way to guarantee you’re getting this gorgeous OLED set for the best value and before you bunker down for the winter is to buy it now.

55″ LG C1 OLED TV: was $1,499 now $1,296 @ Amazon

Roku Streambar

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A new TV needs new accessories to go with it, and it’s good to see that Amazon still has the Roku Streambar on sale for $79. That’s 38% off the usual price of $129, and a deal that’s well worth snapping up before it ends.

The Streambar serves a dual purpose — as well as giving your TV a much better audio performance, it also comes with Roku’s full streaming platform built in, so you can access Netflix, Disney Plus and all the rest from one device.

Roku Streambar: was $129 now $79 @ Amazon


TCL 65-inch Google TV

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Looking for an awesome 65-inch TV? Whether you want to get it as a gift or if you’re treating yourself, we just came across a deal that’s hard to beat. Cyber Monday deals are still going strong, but we recommend acting fast while the stock is still there.

Right now, the 65-inch TCL 6 Series Mini-LED Google TV is on sale for $999 at Best Buy. This deal takes a whopping $300 off the original price, making it one of the biggest price drops we’ve seen since Black Friday sales.

This particular model features a bright 65-inch display with a Mini-LED QLED panel and 4K resolution. It also runs on the Google TV smart platform, with Google Assistant already built-in. Plus, it also offers support for most streaming services, including Prime Video, Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, HBO Max and more.

65″ TCL 6 Series Mini-LED Google TV: was $1,299 now $999 @ Best Buy


43-inch LG TV deal

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If you’re on the market to score a great 43-inch TV from one of the best manufacturers available, look no further. Post-Cyber Monday deals just brought one of the LG TVs down to a bargain price.

Best Buy currently has the 43-inch LG Class UP7000 Series TV on sale for $329. That’s saving you $50 off the original price, and while that discount may be on the shy side, it’s still a decent amount, considering that you will be getting one of the best 4K TVs on the market.

Powered by the Quad Core 4K processor, this particular model features a 43-inch 4K Ultra HD display with 2160p resolution and an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The model also supports some of the best streaming services, including but not limited to Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu and more. And it’s compatible to Amazon Alexa as well as Google Assistant. What’s not to love, right?

43″ LG Class UP7000 TV: was $379 now $329 @ Best Buy


Sony X85J 65 Inch TV deal

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Although the big day is technically behind us, there are still plenty Cyber Monday TV deals floating around. So if you’re on the hunt to score yourself one of the best TVs on a killer discount, we’ve got good news for you. 

Right now you can get the 65-inch Sony X85J 4K TV on sale for $998 at Amazon. That’s taking $201 off its original price of $1,199, making it one of the best deals we’ve spotted so far. Hurry though, as stock is limited. And in case Amazon sells out, Best Buy also has the same model listed for an almost identical price. This model features a massive 65-inch 4K LED Ultra HD display, Dolby Vision/HDR10 support, and compatibility with AI home assistants as well as compatibility with most streaming services.

Sony 65″ X85J 4K TV: was $1,199 now $998 @ Amazon


Samsung 65

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Save a cool $99 on one of Samsung’s best basic 4K smart TVs, the 65-inch Crystal UHD TU7000. Using Samsung’s Crystal processor, the TU7000 boasts strong upscaling for 1080p movies and shows, good motion handling for sports and gaming, and solid (if basic) HDR support. 

On top of that, it’s a full-featured Samsung smart TV, with the rock-solid Tizen smart TV platform, which boasts a big app selection, including favorites like HBOMax, Apple TV Plus, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and more. Support for both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant smart speakers lets you control the TV by voice, and a pair of HDMI ports is enough for less demanding users.

Samsung Crystal UHD 4K smart TV: was $647 now $548 @ Walmart

Toshiba C350 Fire TV

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One of our favorite Fire TVs is still selling at a deep discount, but only for the next hour! The Toshiba C350 is a great Fire TV, with great picture quality, a huge assortment of apps, and built-in Alexa for voice control. It’s a great 4K smart TV in its own right, but Best Buy is selling for $220 off. Hurry and get this deal before it’s gone!

Toshiba C350 Fire TV: was $719 now $499 @ Best Buy


Samsung Frame 50-inch on wall with Cyber Monday deal tag superimposed

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We’re in the final hours of Cyber Monday, and Walmart is still selling the 50-inch Samsung Frame QLED Smart TV for $400 off its usual $1,299 price tag, which is a pretty good deal on a great 4K TV.

We’re in the final hours of Cyber Monday, and Walmart is still selling the 50-inch Samsung Frame QLED Smart TV for $400 off its usual $1,299 price tag, which is a pretty good deal on this excellentc 4K TV.ort. It also comes with Amazon Alexa and support for Google Assistant, both of which (when properly configured) can let you control the TV with just your voice.c

Samsung 55″ Frame QLED Smart TV: was $1,297 now $997


TCL 5-Series Roku TV (S535)

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One of our favorite TVs of the year is available for an incredible discount, and you can still get it, even if you’re late to the Cyber Monday TV shopping party. The 5-Series gives you a great 4K QLED TV, with picture quality on a par with several more expensive competitors.

When we reviewed the TCL 5-Series Roku TV, we loved it for not only the solid quantum-dot 4K display and Dolby Vision HDR support, but also smart Roku TV features, and build quality that seems at odds with the usual affordable price. But if it’s affordable under normal circumstances, it’s an absolute steal in this Cyber Monday deal, the 55-inch TCL 5-Series Roku TV is selling for $499, saving $150 off the regular price.

TCL 5-Series 4K QLED Roku TV: was $649 now $499 @ Best Buy


LG 65-inch A1 OLED and LG SN5Y 2.1 soundbar and subwoofer bundle deal

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One of the hidden value maximizers of Cyber Monday and other sales events are package deals, which bundle multiple products together into one low-priced package. The final price tag might not be as enticing as a deeply discounted TV alone, but the overall savings can often be better, and you get a full home theater out of the bargain! Case in point: The 65-inch LG A1 OLED comes bundled with the LG SN5Y soundbar and subwoofer, with a saving of $365!

With an entry level OLED TV and a killer audio package, it’s a whole home theater in a box, and you can save enough to pay for your 4K Netflix subscription.

LG 65: A1 OLED + Soundbar: was $2,078 now $1,713 @ Amazon


Amazon 55-inch 4-Series Fire TV

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Amazon Fire TVs have become a Cyber Monday mainstay, but that doesn’t change the fact that these Alexa-infused smart TVs are a great value. The 55-inch Amazon 4-Series Fire TV, for example, is an absolute steal at just $379. On top of 4K picture and integrated smart functions, like Alexa-based voice control and  smart home capabilities that go above and beyond what you’d get from a simple smart speaker, you’ll also get solid HDR support, 4 HDMI ports (including on ARC port with HDMI 2.1 connectivity), as well as all the streaming options you can shake a stick at.

And, because it’s part of Amazon’s first big batch of designed-in-house, Amazon-branded smart TVs, you not only get the full Fire TV experience, you can count on new functions coming down the road with future software updates.

Amazon 55″ 4-Series Fire TV: was $519 now $379 @ Amazon


Vizio OLED TV 65-inch

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Brian Westover here, senior editor and TV reviewer, here to help you through the last hours of Cyber Monday. There are still plenty of great TV deals to be had, so we will continue to highlight the very best bargains and top TV values from the shopping weekend.

And at the top of that list continues to be the Vizio OLED TV. We’ve already highlighted the 55-inch model, which is selling for under $1,000 — once an unimaginable level of affordability for OLED TVs, now a sales event staple. But the 65-inch model offers just as good a deal, if not a little bit better.

The 65-inch Vizio OLED TV steps up in size, offering a delightfully premium picture at a surprisingly affordable price. With per-pixel illumination for perfect blacks, incredible contrast and vivid color, it’s still one of the best TV displays around. Vizio pairs this with Dolby Vision HDR support, admirable 30-watt speakers for rich sound, and a quartet of HDMI ports. It’s a deal we recommend you get while you can.

VIZIO 65″ OLED TV: was $ $1,799 now $1,499 @ Best Buy

indiana jones cyber monday

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Even the best TV in the world won’t do you any good if you have nothing to watch on it. As such, before I head out for the night, let me leave you with one of my favorite movie series: the Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection on Amazon, currently selling for $44. It usually costs $90, meaning it’s more than 50% off.

(You’ll have to forgive the error on Amazon’s part, as there are only three Indiana Jones movies. Can you imagine if there were a fourth one? What kind of ridiculous contrivance would they come up with? Interdimensional aliens?)

This box set nets you both 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and digital copies of each film. That way, you can relive Indy’s adventures whether you’re sitting in front of your TV at home, or traveling to the far reaches of the globe with your smartphone. Just be aware that you’ll need a 4K Blu-ray player to watch these. (Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X will work; otherwise, you can buy standalone players.)

On the off-chance you’ve never seen it, Indiana Jones stars Harrison Ford as a globetrotting archeologist, who fights off Nazis as he uncovers treasures from lost civilizations. The films hold up remarkably well, and should also be a big hit with kids, who will adore Indy’s action-packed adventures and stylish hat.

Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection: was $90 now $44 @ Amazon


sony oled tv cyber monday

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Last night, I highlighted an incredible Cyber Monday TV deal: a Sony OLED TV at a full $1,000 off its usual price. The bad news: That deal has come and gone. The good news: There’s now a similar one available. The Sony 65″ Class A8H Series OLED 4K Smart TV is a little more expensive than the 55-inch model we discussed last night. But it’s also $1,000 off its usual price: $1,499 instead of $2,499.

Sony OLED TVs speak for themselves, offering some of the best picture quality on the market, particularly when it comes to dark blacks and bright colors. This model comes with a 120 Hz refresh rate and HDR support as well, making it an excellent companion for PS5 and Xbox Series X games. This TV also features Sony’s incredibly cool Acoustic Surface Audio, in which the screen itself doubles as a speaker. The Android TV operating systems supports apps such as Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu, Sling TV and more.

At 65 inches, the Sony AH8 OLED is definitely on the larger side, so make sure your entertainment center can fit it before you place your order. Apart from that, if you want this one, you should pick it up; like last night’s deal, it may not be around for that long.

Sony 65″ Class AH8 Series OLED Smart TV: was $2,499 now $1,499 @ Best Buy


Sony WH-1000XM4 with a Cyber Monday deal tag

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As I discussed a little while ago, TV deals are starting to wind down for the evening. Instead, let’s take a look at a must-have accessory: a pair of Bluetooth headphones. Many modern 4K smart TVs have Bluetooth functionality built in, which means you can pair a set of headphones, and watch your favorite shows and movies without bothering the rest of your household.

One of our very favorite headsets is the Sony WH-1000XM4, which is available for $248 at Amazon. Considering that the headset usually costs $349,that’s an excellent discount: $101, to be precise. In our full review, Alex Bracetti praised the WH-1000XM4’s superb audio quality, excellent noise cancellation features and long battery life. It’s not perfect for making and receiving phone calls, but that’s not much of a concern when pairing the device with a TV.

While a pair of headphones may seem superfluous for a device with built-in speakers, such as a TV, bear in mind that a headset offers many advantages. You can listen to shows late at night or early in the morning without bothering anyone, or you can tune out noise from outside or elsewhere in the house. Furthermore, flatscreen TVs don’t generally have the best built-in speakers, meaning that a high-end headset could very well sound better. The Sony WH-1000XM4 can help take your favorite shows, movies, games and music up a notch.

Sony WH-1000XM4: was $349 now $248 @ Amazon


tcl cyber monday

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Good afternoon readers. I’m Marshall Honorof, a senior editor at Tom’s Guide, and I’m back to oversee the blog for another few hours. Last night, we discussed OLED TVs, budget TVs, Xbox consoles and Fire TV sticks. Some of these deals have sold out; others are still available. Scroll down to find them, if you’re interested.

Cyber Monday is winding down, and that means that the best Cyber Monday TV deals are winding down, too. However, there are still a few worthwhile bargains out there, such as a TCL 50″ Class 4-Series 4K Google TV for $299 at Best Buy. This particular set usually retails for $449, and a $150 discount is nothing to sneeze at.

This deal is pretty straightforward. For $299, you get a 50-inch TV from TCL, which is a solid, middle-of-the-road manufacturer. The set features 4K resolution, a 60 Hz refresh rate, a standard LED panel and a Google TV operating system. That means you can stream your favorite shows on apps such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and HBO Max with minimal fuss. It’s an extremely low price for a pretty decent device.

TCL 50″ Class-4 Series 4K Google TV: was $449 now $229 @ Best Buy


Samsung QN84A QLED TV

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I’ll end my time here with a great Samsung TV that is a whopping $900 off!

The Samsung 75-inch QN84A QLED TV is one of Samsung’s latest releases. It easily rivals some of the best TVs on the market thanks to its bright QLED 4K display with a refresh rate of 120Hz, Full Array dimming technology and support for HDR 10 and HDR 10+. At 75 inches, you’ll feel like you’re at the movies. Streaming services like Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, Apple TV and more are available.

It should also go without saying (but I’m going to say it anyway) that this TV is absolutely perfect for playing video games on.

Samsung 75-inch QN84A QLED TV: was $2,799 now $1,899


LG SLM3R soundbar deal

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Amazing picture quality is vital to the TV watching experience but you need to ensure the audio experience is equally as epic. If you want to get the most out of your TV, you’ll need a solid soundbar. The LG SLM3R will take your TV’s sound to the next level.

Most soundbars attempt to give you room-filling audio from a single bar, but the LG SLM3R pairs it with three wireless speakers to give you a full 4.1 system. With the soundbar acting as two front speakers, plus a subwoofer and two rear speakers, you really will feel like you’re in the heart of the action, whatever you’re watching. Bluetooth connectivity is another bonus.

Buying a soundbar is the first step in making the best TVs sound better, but adding extra speakers for a full surround sound system is a further upgrade that’s well worth making.

LG SLM3R Soundbar: was $189 now $129 @ Walmart


Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K

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Hey, everyone. Computing Writer Tony Polanco here and I’ll be posting some awesome TV and TV-related deals for the next hour.

Let’s start off with the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K. This is a handy device that lets you stream from services like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Peacock and more. You can also use it to watch live TV or to keep up to date on your favorite YouTube channels. The Fire TV Stick 4K is so good that it made our best streaming devices list. With Alexa Voice Remote (which can control both your smart TV and smart home) you’ll never have to get off your couch or sofa.

You can read more about it in our review.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $24 @ Amazon


Hulu app on a smartphone

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After you set up your new television, you’ll want something to watch on it! Which is why you should take advantage of this incredible streaming deal. You can get Hulu for just $0.99 per month, a huge discount from its usual $6.99 price. If you stick with the service for a year, you’ll save $72! This offer ends today, Cyber Monday, at 11:59 p.m. PT, so jump on it now.

Hulu is one of the best streaming services for its deep library and acclaimed originals like The Handmaid’s Tale, The Great, Shrill, Vacation Friends and Palm Springs. Plus, Hulu gives you access to recent episodes of currently-airing shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Saturday Night Live, The Voice and The Bachelorette. 

Hulu: was $6.99 per month now $0.99 per month


Onn 58-inch Roku TV

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Back in stock! If you’re looking for a decent 4K TV on a budget, this Walmart TV sale is active again. 

The 58-inch Onn 4K Roku TV is $328 and at this price, it’s definitely one of the most affordable TVs you’ll find. This deal disappeared fast yesterday, so act fast!

The Onn comes with a 4K UHD picture, HDR support, and plenty of apps thanks to the excellent Roku TV platform. With a 58-inch display, it’s a good fit for rooms large and small, fitting that niche between 55- and 65-inch models.

Onn. 58-inch 4K Roku TV: just $328 @ Walmart


TCL 75-inch 5-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV

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We are big fans of the TCL 5-Series Roku TV (S535) line. It’s one of the top five best TVs we’ve reviewed. And right now, the TCL 75-inch 5-Series QLED is $999, a whopping $500 off regular price!

This 2021 model features a 4K Ultra HD display with a QLED panel, plus Dolby Vision HDR support and a 60Hz refresh rate. As we said in our review, it delivers solid picture quality and great smart TV software at an unbeatable price. And now it’s $500 off. Seriously, do not miss out on this amazing Cyber Monday TV deal.

TCL 75″ 4K QLED Roku TV: was $1,499 now $999 @ Amazon


Chromecast with Google TV

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Hello, senior writer Kelly Woo here to update our Cyber Monday TV deals live blog for the next couple of hours. I primarily write about streaming, which is why I want to highlight a deal on our second-favorite streaming device. 

The Chromecast With Google is just $39 at Best Buy in the white color. Hook up this dongle to your new television and get brilliant, vivid 4K streaming with HDR/Dolby Vision support and Dolby Atmos immersive sound. Access over 6,500 Android TV apps, including Netflix, Disney Plus and other top streaming services. In our review, we love the Chromecast’s simple, intuitive interface and smart home integration. 

Chromecast with Google TV: was $49 now $39 @ Best Buy


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Hisense pops up from time to time when you hear discussions about TVs and now there’s a good deal on one over at Best Buy. The 65-inch U8G just got a nice discount for Cyber Monday, knocking the price down to $999.

It comes with Android TV as the OS, meaning you get access to most apps you’ll need. The TV uses Hisense’s ULED technology and a quantum dot wide color gamut, meaning that the picture quality should be very good. It also sports a 120Hz refresh rate, perfect for gaming on your PS5 or Xbox Series X — there’s also HDMI 2.1 onboard. 

65″ Hisense U8G 4K: was $1,249 now $999 @ Best Buy


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LG is another big name in the TV business next to Samsung and Sony. Its TVs are often considered some of the best, especially the C1 OLED model. But even the NanoCell brand is pretty good and that’s what on offer right here.

The 70-inch NanoCell 75 Series offers a 4K panel, active HDR, a game optimizer for low latency, Google Assistant and Alex built-in, and a fancy remote. It’s a good TV for watching and gaming, and this sale is very appealing.

70″ LG NanoCell 75 Series 4K: was $1,199 now $749 @ Best Buy


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Sony Bravia TVs are usually quite expensive, but you can get this 65-inch X90J model for a nice discount over at Best Buy. Marked down to $1,199, you get a 4K set with Google TV built in. 

The ultra slim body will look nice mounted on your wall, too. Sony talks up the color range and smooth motion, as well as zone auto brightness for better immersion. This would also be a great TV for your PS5.

65″ Song Bravia XR X90J 4K: was $1,499 now $1,199


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I remember the days when huge TVs and affordable would never end up in the same sentence, but it’s a different time now. This deal over at Best Buy scores you a 70-inch 4K Samsung TU6985 TV for $599. That’s super cheap.

HDR also used to be a high-end feature, but this budget-friendly TV has it standard. It runs Samsung’s Tizen OS, which offers you all of the smart TV features you need. While it might cap out at 60Hz, it’s still a good option if you want a big screen while not breaking the bank.

70″ Samsung TU6985 4K: was $749 now $599 @ Best Buy


Samsung soundbar deal

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Another peripheral you’ll want to consider adding to your entertainment setup during Cyber Monday TV deals is a soundbar. We’re watching more movies and shows at home than ever, so you deserve better audio quality, after all.

Right now Best Buy has the Samsung 2.1-channel soundbar with wireless subwoofer on sale for just $129, which is $150 off. That’s a very steep discount on a soundbar with booming Dolby Audio sound and 300 watts of power. And there’s Bluetooth built in, too, so you can use the system as a normal wireless speaker as well.

Samsung 2.1 soundbar w/ wireless subwoofer: was $279 now $129 @ Best Buy


Apple TV 2021 news

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Cyber Monday TV deals aren’t just about TVs. There are plenty of TV peripherals on sale right now that can help elevate your entertainment setup for less. For example, the Apple TV 4K streaming box is $40 off at Best Buy right now.

Yes, this is the last-gen version of Apple’s streaming box, so it doesn’t have the new remote. But you still get all the benefits of tvOS, including hundreds of apps and easy access to your purchased content, as well as Apple TV Plus. If you’ve needed an excuse to start Ted Lasso (or want to be ready for Ted Lasso season 3), the Apple TV 4K will deliver it to any TV you already own.

Apple TV 4K: was $159 now $119 @ Best Buy 


Amazon Fire TV Cyber Monday deal

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Can’t-miss Cyber Monday TV deal! We shared this deal  yesterday, but we’re bringing it back to your attention because it’s one of those savings you shouldn’t pass up. The newest version of Amazon’s Fire TVs are currently on sale, making it possible to own a 50-inch 4K TV for just $329.

That’s right, the Amazon 4-Series 50″ Fire 4K TV is $140 off for a limited time. When you consider the size, smart features and practical port array, this TV is the ultimate value. Perfect for a small bedroom, apartment or dorm, there’s no reason not to buy this TV at its current price.

Amazon 4-Series 50″ Fire 4K TV: was $469 now $329 @ Amazon


Roku Streambar

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Speaking of soundbars, the Roku Streambar has had a nice discount for Cyber Monday — it’s currently reduced to $79 at Amazon, which is 38% off the usual price of $129.

We’re big fans of the Roku Streambar: not only will it beef up your TV’s audio with surprisingly weighty bass, but it also comes with all of Roku’s usual streaming services built in, so you can access Netflix, Disney Plus and all the rest from one device.

Roku Streambar: was $129 now $79 @ Amazon

A home theater with projector

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One thing most modern TVs lack is decent sound — there’s just not space in those thin screens. The solution is usually to add a soundbar or home theater setup — but where do you start?

We’ve put together a (hopefully) helpful guide to putting together an amazing home theater, with everything you need to about buying a soundbar, surround sound system, projector and more. And we’ve made sure to include options for every budget and type of setup. 

An image of an Xbox controller and Xbox Game Pass

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Speaking of games, one of the best partners to a 4K TV and Xbox Series X combo is Xbox Game Pass. It’s one of the best bargains in the world of gaming, offering access to a huge library of new and old games for a monthly fee. 

And Walmart has a three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $26, which is a rather neat bargain. Ultimate not only works on the Xbox Series X and Xbox One, but also enables you to have access to a suite of PC games, as well as stream Xbox games to your smartphone. As an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber myself, I can heartily recommend it. 

3 months of  Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: was $39 not $26 @ Walmart

Deathloop review

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If you have got yourself a swanky new TV to go alongside your PS5, then may I suggest you give Deathloop a spin. It’s my game of the year and a wonderfully smart and action-filled romp through a 70s inspired setting stuck in a mysterious time loop. 

On a 4K TV it looks great, but I imagine on one of the OLED TVs flagged in this blog, it’ll look exceptional. And thanks to Cyber Monday, Best Buy has sliced one of the best PS5 games to $29. Basically, get a new TV, get a PS5, get Deathloop and enjoy it over the Holiday season. 

Deathloop: was $59 now $29 @ Best Buy

Hisense 58

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And here’s another affordable but compelling TV, this time from Hisense. This 58-inch 4K Roku TV sports a big screen for a small price tag; it’s $338 at Walmart, and it seems like a steal to me. 

There’s a suite of features on offer, notably Dolby Vision HDR and HRD10. But you also get Roku streaming built-in, as well as some gaming features that can help reduce input lag; that’s a handy if you have the new cPS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. 

Hisense 58″ Class 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart TV: was $426 now $338 

TCL 43-inch Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Android TV deal

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Another deal worth your attention if you don’t fancy splashing the cash on a TV that’ll dominate a room. This 43-inch TCL 4K TV might be just the ticket for a smaller room or even a bedroom TV. Now down to $279 it’s a cheap TV set that still has a decent suite of smart features as well as HDR support. 

It comes in a mix of other sizes too, going up to 75 inches, though the price rises steeply with screen size. So I feel this 43-inch TV is the sweet spot, especially as a secondary TV. 

TCL 43″ 4K TV: was $318 now $279 @ Amazon

Amazon Fire TV Cube deal image

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If you want to add an extra layer of smarts to your TV then you could do a lot worse than checking out this deal on the Amazon Fire TV Cube. It’s what you’d get if an Echo and a Fire TV box were smashed together, and Amazon has knocked the price o the Fire TV Cube down to $79 — a $40 saving.

The point of the Fire TV Cube is to unify your existing A/V equipment, and give you the option to control them with Alexa voice commands. The Fire TV Cube is compatible with soundbars, A/V receivers, cable and satellite boxes. The cube also offers the full Fire TV experience, and supports 4K, Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos.

Amazon Fire TV Cube: was $119 now $79

65-inch LG C1 4K OLED TV deal

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Hello, managing editor Roland Moore-Colyer here, reporting for TV deal duty. And this is one I really have to surface yet again as it’s a deal I’ve personally indulged in. 

You can get the 55-inch LG C1 OLED TV for $202 dollars off its ticket price at Amazon, which means you’ll pay $1,296 for what’s considered on of the best OLED TVs of 2021. It’s especially good for gamers, with a support for a 120Hz refresh rate, variable refresh rates, specific gaming modes and more. Mine should arrive on Thursday, and I simply cannot wait, though it’s been a while since I splashed the cash! I’m lucky enough to have both the Xbox Series X and PS5, so I’m hoping my eyes will be treated to a sumptuous feat of colos and deep contrast. 

55″ LG OLED C1 TV: was $1,499 now $1,296 @ Amazon


Hisense A6G

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One cheap TV that looks like a better bet than the Insignia below is the Hisense A6G. 

Right now, Best Buy has the Hisense 55-inch 55A6G Series 4K Android TV on sale for just $379. That takes $50 off the usual price and although it was $20 cheaper a few days ago, it’s still a bargain if you want 4K, great software and a large screen at a bargain price.

Hisense 55A6G: was $429 now $379 @ Best Buy


Insignia F20 Fire TV

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Sometimes the best buying advice we can give to our readers is about what you shouldn’t spend money on. For instance, you might be tempted by the Insignia F20 Fire TV — a 32-inch TV that’s available for just $119 at Amazon

But while that’s a saving of $80 on what was already a very cheap TV, it’s not necessarily a bargain. As we said in our review, the Insignia F20 has a poor picture even taking into account its price; it’s 720p rather than Full HD, after all. 

If you absolutely can’t spend more than it could serve a purpose in a kids’ room or kitchen, but for a little more you could get something much better.

Insignia F20 Fire TV: was $199 now $119 @ Amazon


Sanus Advanced Tilt 4D TV Wall Mount

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Once you’ve bought a new TV, you might also need a mount for it — and the good news that there are also plenty of Cyber Monday deals on them right now.

Sanus makes some of our favorites, and you can get a great saving on the Sanus Advanced Tilt 4D TV Wall Mount at Best Buy; you’d usually pay $169 for this mount, but it’s on offer at $119, saving you $50.

This is a serious piece of hardware, made to handle TVs up to 90 inches in size and up to 150 pounds in weight — which should cover the kind of televisions us mere mortals are buying.

Sanus Advanced Tilt 4D TV Wall Mount: was $169 now $119 @ Best Buy


Samsung QN90A

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Good morning. Marc here, editor in chief (U.K.) at Tom’s Guide, taking over this live blog for the next couple of hours.

Our best TVs page is one of the most popular buying guides we have, and the television that sits at the top of that list is the Samsung QN90A. And like many TVs this Cyber Monday, it’s had a big price cut in recent days.

Right now, you can buy the 50-inch Samsung QN90A for $1,199 at Best Buy or the same price direct from Samsung, saving you $250. The 55-inch is $1,299 at Best Buy and Samsung, saving you $300, and the 65-inch model is $1,699 at Best Buy and Samsung ($400 off).

If you’re going bigger still, there’s a 75-inch version, which is $2,599 at Best Buy and Samsung, a reduction of $500, while the 85-incher is $3,299 (Best Buy / Samsung) for a $700 saving. 

Got all that? In short: the best TV you can buy is much cheaper right now.

Samsung 55-inch Q90A: was $1,599 now $1,299 at Best Buy


Samsung The Terrace outdoor QLED 4K TV

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It might be too chilly for outdoor movie watching this time of year, but Samsung has a killer deal on one of the best outdoor TVs out there. It’s a Samsung QLED smart TV, outfitted with a ruggedized design that can shrug off things like rain, cold and even bugs. (Yeah, bugs are big problem for outdoor TVs — they like the dark, warm housing, which does bad things for TV watching.)

And that means that you can enjoy all of your favorite smart TV apps and Samsung’s vivid QLED colors from the comfort of your deck, or pool cabana, or whatever other outdoor environs you might have in mind. Samsung is discounting the entire Terrace Outdoor TV lineup for Cyber Monday, and the 65-inch model is selling for $1,000 off the regular price.

Samsung Outdoor QLED TV: was $4,999 now $3,999 @ Samsung


Hisense U6G Android TV

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We’ve become big fans of Hisense TVs in the last year. The company has embraced QLED and doubled down on features that are normally found on more premium models, making them a solid value for any TV shopper. The Hisense U6G Android TV is a perfect example of this, with local dimming zones for better contrast and the inclusion of auto low latency game mode and AI-optimized picture. Android TV supports thousands of apps, including all of your favorite streaming services, and built-in Google Chromecast lets you easily share content and apps from your phone or tablet to the big screen.

Voice control comes standard, as well, with a voice-enabled remote and Google Assistant baked in. If you want to use an Amazon Echo speaker instead, you can use Alexa for voice control, as well.

Hisense 65″ U6G Android TV: was $849 now $649 @ Amazon


Samsung 65-inch QN900A Neo QLED 8K TV

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I don’t generally recommend 8K TVs, but if you’re looking to jump on the early adopter train, you might as well do it at a discount. The Samsung QN900A Neo QLED 8K TV is Samsung’s best 8K model, and it’s got the stacked feature list to prove it. From the Neo QLED display, boosted with industry-leading quantum dot technology and backed with Mini-LED for astonishingly good contrast, it’s a gorgeous TV.

But it’s got more than looks. The Object Tracking Sound Pro is some of the best we’ve ever heard, and Samsung’s Tizen smart TV software is some of the best in the business, with loads of apps and even plenty of free content. Even better, Best Buy is selling this 8K TV for $1,200 off the regular price. Like I said, it’s worth getting that discount if you simply have to pull the trigger on an 8K set.

Samsung QN900A 8K TV: was $4,499 now $3,299 @ Best Buy


Onn 58-inch Roku TV

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Hey folks, TV senior editor Brian Westover here. If you’re still watching TV deals this late into the weekend of sales, you’re probably waiting for something that fits your budget exactly. Well, it may not be the greatest TV we’ve seen offered at a discount this weekend, but the 58-inch Onn 4K Roku TV is definitely one of the most affordable TVs you’ll find.

Just the highlights here: a 4K display, with HDR support, and plenty of apps thanks to the excellent Roku TV platform. With a 58-inch display, it’s a good fit for rooms large and small, fitting that niche between 55- and 65-inch models.

Onn. 58-inch 4K Roku TV: just $328 @ Walmart


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A little while back, Samsung asked the question: What if a TV could also be a piece of art? The answer was the Frame series, TVs that double as art frames when you’re not watching something. You can choose from different prints, many of which are available for sale, and enjoy the crisp quality.

As a TV, the Frame is 4K with Samsung’s Quantum Dot technology. You get support for Alexa, Google Assistant, and Bixby, too. It’s really a pretty TV and on a great sale for Cyber Monday.

50″ Samsung Frame (2021) 4K: was $1,299 now $897 @ Amazon


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If you’re looking for something more high-end, Amazon has a great sale on the 75-inch Samsung Q70A 4K TV. This is a great TV with QLED technology, 4K up to 120Hz, Quantum HDR, and Alexa built-in (plus other voice assistants).

This TV really pulls out all the stops and for the crazy $802 discount, this is a TV worth considering if you have a more flexible budget. It’s hard to go wrong with a TV like this.

75″ Samsung Q70A 4K: was $2,299 now $1,497 @ Amazon

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Cyber Monday is full of affordable TV deals, and here we have a 65-inch Vizio M-Series to consider. This big 4K TV has AirPlay and Chromecast built-in, plus all the usual smart TV apps. 

There’s even HDMI 2.1, which is a big deal for the new consoles. This is a fully-featured TV for just under $600. That’s a great price for the features you’ll get, so if budget is a concern for you, hop on this deal while it lasts.

65″ Vizio M-Series 4K: was $679 now $598


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TCL has yet another budget-friendly TV on sale for Cyber Monday, the 4-series. This 4K model offers a serious bang for your buck and includes the Roku platform as its OS. Support for Alexa and Google Assistant also comes standard.

You also get HDR, tons of apps, and all of the other essentials for a 4K TV. It may not be the prettiest kid on the block, but for $379, it’s a bargain.

55″ TCL 4-series: was $599 now $379 @ Amazon


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4K TVs need not be exceedingly expensive, as TCL has proven. But Samsung also has some affordable models, such as the one here. This is the Samsung AU8000, specifically the 65-inch version. You get the usual suite of smart TV apps, too.

It comes with three HDMI ports for your consoles or set-top boxes. It also supports HDR for a richer viewing experience. This is ideal if you want a large 4K TV without breaking the bank. $697 is a pretty attractive price.

65″ Samsung AU8000 4K: was $749 now $697

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TCL has made a name for itself by providing affordable TVs at different price points. One of the more higher-end models is the 6-series and you can get a 55-inch model for just $699. 

There’s a lot to love about this TV, including the built-in Roku features. The screen tech is mini-LED QLED. You can choose from different picture modes, including a high fidelity gaming option. And with four HDMI ports, you have plenty of expandability.

55″ TCL 6-series: was $948 now $699 @ Amazon


Hisense Roku

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4K is pretty much standard nowadays when shopping for new TVs, but if you need something for your home office, a child’s room, or a guest room — there’s nothing wrong with 1080p. This inexpensive 1080p TV is great for any of those needs. Bonus points for including the Roku platform as its OS since Roku offers a clean, intuitive interface with access to hundreds of apps. 

Hisense 43-inch 1080p Roku TV: was $248 now $198 @ Walmart


Vizio MQ7

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Hey, all! Deals editor Louis here guiding you through the best Cyber Monday TV deals. I’m gonna start things off with a small confession. I have an old TV.  I mean, really old. I have a Panasonic 50-inch plasma TV. (Who here remembers plasma TVs?!) I love my TV (the ST60), but I think I’m overdue an upgrade. 

That said, I’ve been eyeing this 55-inch Vizio. It’s now on sale for just $529 (which is its lowest price of the year). It features Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG support, full array local dimming, DTS Virtual X audio, and an auto game mode (should I ever get a console). It’s a tempting price….we’ll see if I pull the trigger this Cyber Monday. 

Vizio 55-inch MQ7 4K QLED: was $749 now $529 @ Best Buy

toshiba cyber monday

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Before I head out for the evening, I’d like to highlight one more TV deal. I’ve already discussed the expensive end of the spectrum with the Sony OLED, so let’s see what’s available on the cheap side.

After scouring multiple retailers for the cheapest 4K TV from a reliable manufacturer, this is what I found: the Toshiba 43LF621U21, currently $249 at Amazon. This 43-inch smart TV features an LED screen, full 4K resolution, a 60 Hz refresh rate and an Amazon Fire TV operating system. In short: It’s got everything you’d expect from a medium-sized UHD smart TV. At the same time, it costs only a fraction of what you’d pay for a fancy set from Sony, LG or Samsung.

Granted, Toshiba isn’t a top-tier TV manufacturer, and the set isn’t going to be as gorgeous as an OLED model. But if you’re in the market for a 4K TV that has all your favorite streaming apps, and don’t feel like spending a month’s rent on it, this is a perfectly respectable choice. Tom’s Guide actually reviewed this set last year, and gave it a polite recommendation, citing its fair price and excellent operating system. At the very least, it’s $100 cheaper than usual.

Good luck with all of your Cyber Monday shopping! Another editor will take over the blog shortly.

Toshiba 43″ 4K Smart Fire TV: was $349 now $249 @ Amazon

xbox series s cyber monday

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If you’ll forgive another “not a TV, but a great TV accessory” digression, here’s a rather special one. For most of the day, the elusive Xbox Series S has been in stock at a variety of retailers. As of 4:30 PM ET, it’s still available at Gamestop, Best Buy, Target and other popular stores. Some require in-person pickup; others will deliver the goods. The important point is that you can actually buy a next-gen console at retail price, which has been nearly impossible to do this year.

For what it’s worth, highlighting a game console on a TV deals page is not as outlandish as it may seem. Gaming is one of the best things you can do with a high-end TV, since the Xbox Series S can take advantage of quad HD resolutions, 60 frames-per-second frame rates and HDR color palettes. If you prefer more passive entertainment, the Xbox Series S is also an excellent streaming device, featuring apps such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus and Sling TV.

Granted, the Xbox Series S isn’t as powerful as a full-fledged Xbox Series X. But at $300, it’s also not nearly as expensive. (The Xbox Series X costs $500.) If you’re in the market for a new console this holiday season, the Xbox Series S may be your best bet, considering that PS5 and Xbox Series X restocks are in a state of constant chaos. And if you also find a new TV to complement the console, all the better.

Xbox Series S: $299 @ GameStop

amazon fire tv stick cyber monday

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Taking a break from TVs for a moment, let’s talk about streaming devices. Perhaps you already have a perfectly good TV. But perhaps that TV is a few years old, and doesn’t have 4K resolution or a smart OS.

If that’s the case, you should consider the Amazon Fire TV Stick. This streaming accessory usually costs $39, but you can grab it for $19 in the run-up to Cyber Monday. It’s a pretty straightforward device, offering a variety of streaming apps, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video (naturally), Disney Plus and Sling TV. It also syncs with your Amazon account, so you can listen to music and watch videos that you’ve purchased through the retail behemoth.

The only real downside to this device is that it doesn’t support 4K content, which is one of the reasons why it’s so inexpensive. However, the 4K version of the Fire Stick is also on sale: $24 instead of $49. We’ll link both deals below.

Amazon Fire TV Stick: was $39 now $19 @ Amazon

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: was $59 now $24 @ Amazon

sony oled tv cyber monday

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Good afternoon. I’m Marshall, a senior editor at Tom’s Guide, and I’ll be taking point on the best Cyber Monday TV deals live blog for the next few hours. As a gaming editor, TVs are a vital part of what I cover. Whether you’re watching a movie, binging a TV series or immersing yourself in a console game, you cannot overstate the importance of a high-quality television set.

That brings me to my first deal. The Sony 55″ A9G Master Series OLED is on sale at Best Buy for $1,299. That’s admittedly still pretty expensive, but consider this: its usual retail price is $2,299. Best Buy has discounted this excellent TV by a full $1,000. That’s a rare deal, even around this time of year.

The Sony A9G OLED came out in 2019, but it still surpasses some more recent TVs in certain ways. It features a 120 Hz refresh rate, which means it plays nicely with PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. It also runs on Android TV, which gives it a robust library of streaming apps, and an OS that gets frequent updates and enhancements. Naturally, the set also has gorgeous blacks and colors, thanks to its OLED nature. If you have $1,300 to spend on a TV, you should strongly consider making it this one.

Sony 55″ A9G OLED TV: was $2,299 now $1,299 @ Best Buy


TCL soundbar deal

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$99 soundbar?! While some TVs offer stellar built-in speakers, others might benefit from an external soundbar — especially if you’re big on bass. That’s why in addition to Cyber Monday TV deals, we want to tell you about an epic soundbar deal happening at Amazon.

Right now the TCL Alto 6+ soundbar and subwoofer system is just $99, making it affordable to upgrade your TV’s current audio abilities. This Roku TV-ready soundbar offers 2.1-channel, Dolby Digital sound with thumping bass thanks to the wireless subwoofer.

TCL Alto 6+ soundbar and wireless subwoofer: was $129 now $99 @ Amazon


Hisense U7G 4K ULED Android Smart TV 65U7G review

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Ready for another awesome Cyber Monday TV deal? Right now Amazon has the 55-inch Hisense U7G 4K ULED Android Smart TV for $250 off, dropping the price to just $599. Now’s your chance to upgrade your current entertainment setup with one of the best value sets on the market.

The Hisense U7G delivers plenty of smart TV features and a low lag time for gamers. The QLED display (Hisense calls it “ULED”) offers HDR10/HDR10+/Dolby Vision/HLG support, while Dolby Atmos audio and a voice remote round out the user experience. 

55″ Hisense U7G 4K ULED Android Smart TV: was $849 now $599 @ Amazon


Image showing a 75-inch Neo QLED Samsung TV

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Big screen, big savings: Speaking of TV sizes, one of the best big-screen TVs you can buy is on sale at Best Buy for a limited time. The 75″ Samsung QN84A Neo QLED 4K TV is an epic $900 off — man, do we love Cyber Monday TV deals.

The Samsung QN84A features an ultra-bright QLED 4K display, 120Hz refresh rate, Full Array dimming technology and HDR/HDR 10+ support. It also runs Samsung’s smart TV platform, Tizen, so it’s ready to launch all your favorite streaming services. If you’re ready to bring the movie theater home, this is the TV deal for you.

 75″ Samsung QN84A Neo QLED 4K TV: was $2,799 now $1,899 @ Best Buy

TV sizes LG TVs

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Cyber Monday TV deals mean you can save big on your next set. But how big of a TV should you buy? And is there a size that will get you the best value for the money?  

When you get down to it, screen size is one of the most important factors in finding the perfect TV for you. You’ll see several popular measurements while shopping, from smaller 43-inch models up to whopping 80-inch monsters and multiple options in-between.

To help you find the right model, we created a guide on Black Friday TV deals — what’s the right size for you? Be sure to check it out for detailed advice on what TV deal is best for you depending on your size needs. 


Amazon Fire TV 4 Series Black Friday TV Deal

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Cheap TV deal! Amazon Fire TVs always take the spotlight during Cyber Monday deals, when Amazon offers some of the deepest discounts on TVs that use the company’s proprietary smart TV software. Even the latest lineup of Fire TVs is currently on sale, making it affordable to acquire a 50-inch 4K TV.

Just how affordable? The Amazon 4-Series 50″ Fire 4K TV is $140 off for a limited time. That brings the price down to just $329. When you consider the size, smart features and practical port array, this TV is the ultimate value (and one of the best Cyber Monday TV deals we’ve seen all weekend.)

Amazon 4-Series 50″ Fire 4K TV: was $469 now $329 @ Amazon


Roku Premiere

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Even the very best TVs don’t often offer every single streaming service you could want. That’s where a peripheral like the Roku Premiere could come in handy. This streaming media player gives you access to thousands of apps rather than dozens, and displays a good deal of them in full 4K resolution.

The Roku Premiere, which is basically just a gateway for popular apps such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Disney Plus, as well as thousands upon thousands of extremely weird, niche programs. But the device usually costs $40, and you can get it right now for $20, which is an excellent bargain. It’s an especially good gift for friends and relatives who may still have older non-smart TVs, and need an easy way to access their favorite shows and movies on a big screen.

Roku Premiere: was $39 now $19 @ Lowe’s


Sony Bravia X90J

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To get the really big savings on Cyber Monday you need to look at the most expensive TV sets — such as the Sony X90J.

The 75-inch version of this 4K LED TV would usually set you back $2,099 — a fair price for such an impressive set, but still a lot to splash out on one device. But in one of the biggest savings we’ve seen on any TV this Cyber Monday, Amazon has cut it by $500 to a (slightly) more affordable $1,598.  

For that, you get full-array backlighting, a 120Hz refresh rate, Google TV built in, and support for Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple AirPlay — so at least you’re getting plenty for your money.

Sony 75-inch X90J: was $2,099 now $1,598 @ Amazon 

Do you need an 8K TV?

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You’ll notice we haven’t yet recommended any Cyber Monday deals on 8K TVs — and that’s because we (generally) don’t recommend buying one yet. That’s partly because they’re too expensive at present, but also because there just isn’t enough to watch on them right now.

That doesn’t mean we won’t suggest one later in this live blog; if we see an incredible deal on an 8K set, that could swap the price-vs-reward equation in favor of the purchase. But it’ll take a really big saving for that to happen. In the meantime, here’s our guide to why you don’t need an 8K TV yet.


LG A1 OLED

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An OLED TV for less than $1,000 would have been unthinkable a few years ago, yet here we are in 2021 with an OLED TV for less than $900, and one that Amazon will actually pay you $100 to buy. Yes, really!

The TV in question is the 48-inch LG A1 OLED, which was already one of the more affordable OLEDs available but which is now down to never-before-seen levels. Amazon is selling it for $896, $300 off its usual price, but it then adds an extra $100 Amazon credit on top. 

Even without the price cut there’s lots to like about the LG A1 OLED, including the webOS smart platform, superb gaming performance and excellent HDR. So if you’re itching to jump on the OLED bandwagon, now’s your chance.

LG 48″ A1 OLED w/ $100 credit: was $1,199 now $896 @ Amazon


TCL 50-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV

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We love the TCL 5-Series Roku TV (S535) so much that it’s been nestled in our best TVs guide ever since we reviewed it. It’s a bargain at its usual price of $699, but right now Amazon has it on offer for just $449 — and that makes it a killer Cyber Monday TV deal.

This 2021 model has a 50-inch 4K Ultra HD display with a QLED panel, plus Dolby Vision HDR support and a 60Hz refresh rate. As we said in our review, it delivers solid picture quality and great smart TV software at an unbeatable price. With $250 off, it’s an even better purchase — you’ll struggle to find a better 4K TV for less than $500.

TCL 50″ 4K QLED Roku TV: was $699 now $449 @ Amazon


LG A1 OLED

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Not only does NewEgg offer a great price on the giant 77-inch LG A1 OLED, but you’ll also get a $200 Visa gift card with your purchase, which can be spent anywhere you want, on anything you want. You’ll see similar prices on the LG A1 from other retailers, but it’s not often you get paid for jumping on a great TV bargain.

And the LG A1 OLED is definitely a bargain. With LG’s webOS software, a wide selection of apps, great HDR support and above-average performance thanks to the OLED display, it’s already the most affordable OLED model LG makes. The sales price  makes it even more approachable, but the extra gift card sweetens the pot, making this the best big-screen deal around.

LG 77″ A1 OLED + $200 Visa Gift Card: was $2,999 now $2,696 @ NewEgg

Samsung Q60A

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If you’re in the market for a big TV at a smaller price you could do a lot worse than this 75-inch Samsung Q60A QLED TV. Amazon’s taken $400 off the $1,499 RRP, meaning you can buy it right now for just $1,097 — and that’s a true Cyber Monday TV bargain. 

This QHD set uses Quantum Dot technology to produce an image that’s nearly as good as OLED sets, and has dual LED backlights for improved contrast. It also has Alexa built in, and support for Google Assistant, although the 60Hz refresh rate means it might not be ideal for gamers. That aside, it’s a great option.

Samsung 75-Inch Class QLED Q60A Series: was $1,499 now $1,097 

TCL 40in Roku TV

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Here’s another great little TV for under $300: the TCL 40-inch Roku TV (3-series).

No, it’s not a 4K TV, but given the bargain-basement price that’s easy to overlook. Its small size makes it ideal for a kid’s room or kitchen and it has our favorite streaming platform baked right in.

Amazon is currently offering it for just $229, a saving of $120 on the usual price. Get it while you can. 

TCL 40″ Roku TV: was $349 now $229 @ Amazon

TCL 6-Series QLED Google TV

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It doesn’t get much better than the TCL 6-Series. The 4K smart TV boasts QLED for better color and brightness, and pairs it with industry-leading mini-LED backlight for unparalleled HDR performance and contrast. 

But it gets even better in the Google TV model, which pairs this great picture with the smartest smart TV software on the market. From personalized viewing watchlists to easy smart home integration and built-in Google Assistant and Chromecast, it’s packed with the best features around. It’s a favorite of ours at regular prices, but Best Buy is selling it for under $1,000 for Cyber Monday, and that’s too good to pass up.

TCL 65″ 6-Series 4K QLED Google TV: was $1,299 now $999 @ Best Buy

Insignia 43

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While the biggest Cyber Monday TV savings are generally to be found on the most expensive sets, there are some great bargains to be had at the lower end of the scale too.

Case in point: this 43-inch Insignia F30 4K Fire TV. It’s reduced by $60 at Amazon right now, giving you the chance to pick up a 4K TV for less than $250! In our review, we described it as one of the best cheap TVs, with a responsive Fire TV OS plus Alexa integration and decent sound.   

Insignia 43″ F30 4K Fire TV: was $309 now $249 @ Amazon


Vizio OLED TV 55-inch

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Good morning. I’m Brian Westover, senior editor at Tom’s Guide with responsibility for all things TV, and I’ll be taking you through this live blog for the first hour or so. 

If you want the best deal in TVs this Cyber Monday, it’s hard to pass up the 55-inch Vizio OLED TV. Selling for a shockingly affordable $999 at Best Buy, it’s not only easy on the wallet but also a great OLED TV in its own right, with ultra-clear 4K resolution, sharp contrast and great HDR performance. 

It’s not the most premium OLED model out there, but it stands head and shoulders above any LCD panel TV, and it’s cheaper than many of those, too. Plus, it’s got Vizio SmartCast, which supports plenty of your favorite apps and more, thanks to a built-in Google Chromecast.

Vizio 55″ OLED TV: was $1,299 now $999 @ Best Buy