Best early Black Friday TV deals, including discounts on Sony, Samsung and LG

WITH the end of November creeping closer, you should prepare yourself if you’re planning to search for TV deals this Black Friday.

If there’s one thing you can be sure of, it’s that you’ll find plenty of televisions from market-leading brands like Samsung, LG, Sony and Panasonic will be included in the late-November sales madness.

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It’s a crazy time of the year, and one when you’ll find a limitless variety of products are cheaper than usual. That’s especially the case with tech products like televisions.

You can expect to find dozens of TVs with their prices reduced when Black Friday comes around, whether they're entry-level 4K sets or top-end OLED models.

But before you start your search for a brand-new TV, you might justifiably ask: how is a 4K television set different from your Full-HD one? And are you having doubts about picking an OLED model over your old LCD? We have written a handy article to help you understand the differences between TV technologies.

We also have put together a list of the best 4K TVs you can buy before the end of the year.

Read on to find our selection of the best Black Friday TV deals.

Black Friday TV Deals: 39 to 45-inch

TVs between 39 and 45 inches are the entry-level standard when it comes to 4K. You may find smaller sets than that, but you won't appreciate the high resolution as much.

Within this range, most experts agree that 42 inches is the ideal size to start enjoying 4K while sitting at a reasonable distance from your TV screen.

  1. Toshiba 43UL2163DBC 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV, £279 (saving £100) at AO – buy here
  2. HISENSE 43A6GTUK 43'' 4K UHD Smart TV, £297.99 (saving £131.01) at Amazon – buy here
  3. Samsung UE43AU9007KXXU 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV, £449 (saving £100) at Currys – buy here
  4. Philips 43PUS7506 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV, £379 (saving £50) at AO – buy here
  5. JVC LT-43CF890 Fire TV Edition 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV, £299 (saving £80) at Currys – buy here
  6. Sony Bravia KD43X85JU 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV, £699 (saving £130) at Currys – buy here
  7. Samsung AU8000 43" Crystal UHD 4K HDR Smart TV, 499.99 (saving £215) at Littlewoods – buy here

Black Friday TV Deals: 46 to 64-inch

Television sets with screens between 46 and 64 inches are very popular, as they are big enough to satisfy most needs, but can still be found at reasonable prices.

They are also not excessively big, so they can be placed in most rooms without taking up too much space, and viewed from a distance that is healthy for your eyes.

  1. Philips 48OLED806 48" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD Android OLED TV, £999 (saving £300) at AO – buy here
  2. Samsung Q65A 50'' Smart QLED TV, £649 (saving £150) at Amazon – buy here
  3. Samsung AU7110 50'' Smart TV, £549 (saving £150) at Amazon – buy here
  4. TCL 50P610K 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV, £299 (saving £80) at AO – buy here
  5. Philips 55PUS7506 55'' 4K LED Smart TV, £499 (saving £150) at Amazon – buy here
  6. Sony XR55A80JU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV, £1299 (saving £200) at AO – buy here
  7. Sony BRAVIA KD-55XH90/P 55''- Full-Array LED 4K TV, £849 (saving £135.09) at Amazon – buy here

Black Friday TV Deals: 65 to 74-inch

TVs in this range are both large and expensive, so you need to make sure you have a large space to place them, as well as a higher budget.

Because of their relatively high price, however, savings here can be substantial, with some retailers slashing £600 off the retail price this Black Friday.

  1. Toshiba 65UL2163DBC 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV, £499 (saving £100) at AO – buy here
  2. Sony BRAVIA KE65A8/P 65'' OLED – 4K Ultra HD TV, £1,699 (saving £700) at Amazon – buy here
  3. LG OLED65C14LB 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV, £1699 (saving £600) at Currys – buy here
  4. Philips 65OLED806 65" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD Android OLED TV, £1,799 (saving £500) at AO – buy here
  5. Samsung QE65QN94AATXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR Neo QLED TV, £1699 (saving £600) at Currys – buy here
  6. Sony Bravia XR65A84JU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV, £1799 (saving £400) at Currys – buy here
  7. Samsung AU8000 70'' Crystal UHD 4K HDR Smart TV, 899.99 (saving £530) at Littlewoods – buy here

Black Friday TV Deals 75-inch+

Anything about 75 inches is overkill for most people, but if you have the space and money to secure one of these TVs, you'll experience your films and video games like never before.

Savings here are also directly proportional to price, with some websites offering up to £1500 off the retail price this Black Friday.

  1. Philips 75PUS8536 75" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD Android TV, £1,199 (saving £300) at AO – buy here
  2. Samsung QN700A 75" Neo QLED 8K HDR 2000 Smart TV, 4499.99 (saving £1,500) at Littlewoods – buy here
  3. Samsung QE85QN800A 85" Smart 8K Ultra HD Neo QLED TV, £4,999 (saving £1,000) at AO – buy here

More TV deals available right now

Black Friday isn't in full swing just yet, but you’ll still find a number of TVs on sale.

So if you can’t wait until the end of the month to upgrade your telly, take a look at our pick of the best current TV deals.

UK

  1. Sony 49-inch KDX7052PBU 4K TV, was £449 now £399 – buy from Argos
  2. Hisense 65-inch A7GQTUK 4K HDR QLED TV with Alexa & Google Assistant, was £799 now £699 – buy from Currys
  3. Sony Bravia 43-inch KDX85JU 4K HDR TV with Google TV & Assistant, was £849 now £799 – buy from Currys
  4. LG 48-inch OLED48C14LB 4K HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa, was £1,199 now £1,099 – buy from Currys
  5. Toshiba 50-inch UL2063DB 4K TV, was £429 now £349 – buy from Amazon
  6. Samsung 50-inch UEAU9007KXXU 4K HDR LED TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant, was £629 now £599 – buy from Currys
  7. Samsung 65-inch UEAU9007KXXU 4K HDR TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant, was £899 now £799 – buy from Currys
  8. LG 55-inch C14LB 4K HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa, was £1,699 now £1,299 – buy from Currys

US

  1. RCA 43-inch 4K Ultra HD (2160P) HDR Roku Smart  TV, was $288 now $199 – buy from Walmart
  2. Hisense 43-inch H55 Series Full HD Smart Android TV, was $289.99 now $259.99 – buy from BestBuy
  3. Toshiba 50-inch C350KU C350 Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV, was $469.99 now $359.99 – buy from Amazon
  4. Samsung 32-inch Class The Frame Series Full HD Smart Tizen TV, was $599.99 now $449.99 – buy from BestBuy
  5. Sony 50-inch X80J 4K Smart Google TV, was $699.99 now $649.99 – buy from BestBuy
  6. LG 65-inch NanoCell 75 4K webOS TV, was $949.99 now $799.99 – buy from BestBuy
  7. Sony 65-inch KDX80J X80J 4K TV Home Theater Bundle, was $1,097.97 now $923 – buy from BuyDig
  8. LG  75-inch NanoCell 80 Series 4K  Smart webOS TV, was $1,399.99 now $1,149.99 – buy from BestBuy

Where should I buy a TV on Black Friday?

That’s easy: the retailer with the lowest prices.

This is likely to be here, Argos, Amazon, AO, John Lewis and Very – these are all the biggest TV sellers during the Black Friday sales.

What you’ll likely find is these retailers will engage in a ruthless price-matching war, each lowering the prices of television, and often to the exact same price… with Amazon often undercutting its rivals by £1.

Something to remember is that Currys and John Lewis both offer a policy of guaranteed price-matching – make sure you hold them to it if you need to.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look elsewhere – the TV brands themselves, such as LG, Samsung, Sony, and TCL, all have online stores, and will often offer price drops on their models during Black Friday.

So keep an eye out across all these sites for top TV deals, but more importantly, make sure you bookmark this page, as we’ll be regularly updating it with all the best TV deals and discounts.

When will Black Friday TV deals start?

The very best deals will likely kick off in the week of Black Friday, which commences Monday November 22.

However, that's by no means when the deals first appear: based on the sales that retailers have offered in previous years, we might see discounts on sets a good fortnight in advance of Black Friday.

In truth, it's hard to make a forecast, especially in this year's consumer climate is a febrile one, marked by stock issues and supply crises.

The best thing to do is to bookmark this page and check in on a regular basis from around mid-November onwards – we'll be keeping it up-to-date with the best deals that we discover.

When will Black Friday TV deals end?

Cyber Monday typically concludes the Black Friday deals period, but it's far from impossible you'll still find TV deals online in the succeeding weeks that lead up until Christmas.

That being said, we imagine this will likely – if you'll pardon the phrase – be the dregs of the deals, all the genuinely decent price drops on genuinely decent televisions having been already snapped up.

So if you see a TV deal that you like the look of during Black Friday week, don't leave it on the off-chance you'll find a better one later down the line.

How can I get the best Black Friday TV deal?

Firstly, it's worth bearing in mind that all the major retailers (we're looking at you, Amazon, Currys, Very and John Lewis) tend to engage in ruthless price-matching wars in this particular category.

It's worth keeping this in mind if you see the same discounted price on a number of different websites – if the TV deal you see is sold out on one, you should definitely look elsewhere to see if you can get it for the same price.

Oh, and always head to Amazon to see what the retail giant is offering – it has a cheeky habit of undercutting its rivals by as little as £1.

Lastly, don't forget that both Currys and John Lewis offer a price-match promise – so if you see a TV that's cheaper elsewhere but no longer available, hold them to it.

What are the best TV brands in 2021?

There are three brands that dominate the TV market, though there are plenty of other manufacturers who create high-quality sets.

The biggest TV-maker out there is Samsung, who has dazzled consumers this year with its new line of Neo-QLED sets (and its QLED sets become way more affordable too).

Then there's LG, whose webOS smart platform has a stellar reputation for its ease of use, and do some superb OLED sets.

Lastly, there's Sony, famed for its Bravia line of televisions.

If you go with any of these brands, we can assure you that you're in safe hands – but Panasonic, Hisense, JVC and Philips are all worth attention too.

There's also the all-new Sky Glass, Sky's first ever television. It seems likely we'll see price drops on some of the bundle packages that it offers.

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Is Black Friday a good time to buy a TV?

Without a doubt. Tech products take a starring role in the Black Friday sales, and you'll always find spectacular prices on televisions.

Late November is always the perfect moment to pick up a great TV for cheaper than usual, and we would always recommend you hold off upgrading until then.

Well, not always – around Easter time is also a key sales period, and during Amazon Prime Day, Prime subscribers have access to lots of decent telly deals.

Should I wait until Black Friday to buy a TV?

At this point in the year, it's wise to save your spending until Black Friday.

Retailers will now be saving their best discounts until late November rolls around, knowing that's when shoppers (and yes, us too) will be keeping our eyes peeled for all the hottest discounts.

Should I buy a TV on Black Friday or wait for Cyber Monday?

If you see an amazing TV deal on Black Friday, and one that’s the right screen size and budget for you, we suggest you don’t hang about until Cyber Monday.

If it’s a genuinely good price drop, it could easily become sold out over that weekend.

On top of that, Cyber Monday isn’t the standalone event that it was historically.

Traditionally, it’s a day of online-only deals, in contrast to the in-store aisle-dashing on Black Friday itself.

But these days, with online shopping booming, there’s very little difference between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

You might find a final wave of TV deals on the latter day – but if we’re being honest, it will likely be a last-gasp stock push from the retailers and we don’t think it’s worth banking on.

What Black Friday TV deals were there last year?

Last year we saw a wide selection of fantastic TV deals, across a range of brands, screen sizes and price points.

There was price drops across pretty much every last TV brand, including Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Philips, JVC and Luxor.

We saw an impressive £100.99 knocked off the 43-inch JVC LT-CF890 Fire TV Edition at Currys, and £300 off the 55-inch Sony Bravia KDA8 4K OLED HDR TV at John Lewis.

Very knocked hundreds of pounds off a range of Samsung televisions during the 2020 Black Friday sales, with savings running as high as £800.

When do Black Friday TV sales end?

As a general rule, Black Friday sales draw to an end on Cyber Monday (read on to find out more about this date).

But this is by no means set in stone – you’ll find that certain retailers will continue to run sales once Cyber Monday is over, although it’s likely to be all the remaining stock, so not the best products out there.

You might get lucky and snap up a TV bargain into December, but it’s not a good idea to start looking then.

When is Black Friday 2021?

This year, Black Friday falls on 26 November.

Black Friday is a Stateside tradition – without fail, it always falls on the day after American Thanksgiving. That might not be something celebrated in the UK – but hey, we can all get on board with bargain shopping, right?

It first began in the Sixties, and traditionally was an intensive one-day sale. But now sales periods stretch out far longer than that: you can expect to see deals online even as early as the beginning of November. So whatever you do: don’t wait until the Friday itself to start searching for great TV deals.

When is Cyber Monday 2021?

Cyber Monday, as you would probably imagine, falls on the Monday after Black Friday.

Traditionally, it’s very much been its own self-contained sales day, but that’s changed over the years and there’s little to distinguish it from Black Friday.

You’ll probably want to take a breather over the weekend between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but while there might be a slight deals lull, retailers may still put fresh TV deals online anyway.

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Are TVs really cheaper on Black Friday?

You better believe it – of all the dates in the sales calendar, it’s Black Friday where you’ll always see the best savings on TVs from all brands, sizes and price points.

That being said, there are so many price drops out there during Black Friday it’s important to separate the good ones from the mediocre ones.

That’s where we step in: we only feature the very best TV deals on this page, so make sure you bookmark it and keep returning to see all the latest offers.

Also, make sure you use online tools like PriceSpy, CamelCamelCamel (for Amazon) and PriceHistory (for Argos) – these will give you a decent size of a product’s price history, and you can confirm whether you’re looking at a truly good  deal or not.

Where can I find the best Black Friday TV deals?

That's easy: right here.

Plenty of retailers will be getting in on the deals action, but there'll be a lot to choose from.

We'll be doing all the searching and scrolling, and we'll keep this page up-to-date with the latest Black Friday deals that we find – but only the good ones.

So our advice is to bookmark this page, and return to it around mid-November, as it's then we'll start to see the TV deals start to appear online.

Our tips for finding the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday

IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal.

PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.

GET FOLLOWING Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its deals newsletter to get the latest on any offers. We post the best deals in our Sun Money FB group too.

CHECK FOR CODES Take a look at The Sun Vouchers, and see if you can get extra savings with discount codes.

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