9 Best Cyber ​​Monday TV Deals – QLED TV Now for $299


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If you missed it during Black Friday, the TCL 98-inch XL Collection 4K QLED TV is on sale for $4,999 at Best Buy. I know that’s expensive, but this huge TV usually costs $8,499. That means this Black Friday TV deal is $3,500 off regular price, making it one of the most significant savings opportunities we’ve seen for Black Friday so far.

Why should you get one? The TCL 98″ QLED 4K TV is a full-featured Google TV, which means it’s packed with smart features. Not only can you use it to watch all your favorite streaming services (Netflix, Disney Plus and Hulu, just to name a few) name), but it also integrates with your Google Home devices. In addition, a series of 4 HDMI ports is enough for all your peripherals, be it a soundbar or game console

The LG B2 OLED with a screenshot of Cyberpunk 2077.

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In addition to running this TV deals live blog, I also answer questions via email and Twitter about the best TV deals. A question I’ve gotten repeatedly this week is from people who want to save money on an OLED, but still want something that’s great for sports and gaming. 9 times out of 10 I recommended the LG B2 OLED. It’s the best value OLED TV that has most of the LG C2’s best features, but at a price much closer to the entry-level LG A2 OLED. Today, the 55-inch version costs less than $1,000 at Best Buy, which is a solid $300 discount.

Sony X80K

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Looking for a 65-inch TV deal for Cyber ​​Monday? This 65-inch X80K TV (new for 2022) is $698 at Amazon. Equipped with the X1 processor and TRILUMINOS Pro display, the X80K delivers a crisp, colorful and clear image that puts older models to shame. With nearly 600 reviews and a 4.5 rating, this 2022 model has the guts to compete with other great mid-range cars like the TCL 6 Series and Vizio M Series Quantum, but comes with built-in Google TV to keep it standing keep it apart from the competition.

Amazon Fire TV 4 series TV with deal tag

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If you’re looking for something bigger than a 50-inch TV, this 55-inch set delivers razor-sharp 4K images with support for HDR 10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus. With the Fire TV 4 Series, you can easily 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. At $30 more than the Hisense U6, this is a great alternative.

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Looking for a cheap 50-inch QLED TV ahead of Cyber ​​Monday? Amazon has the Hisense U6 series for a whopping 43% off the regular $529 sticker price, making it one of the best deals going right now. As well as having a quantum dot filter, this TV uses a full array panel, supports mainstream HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision HDR formats and comes with Amazon’s Fire TV smart platform built-in.

The 42-inch LG C2 OLED on a desk connected to a gaming PC.

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I couldn’t post a TV deal roundup without mentioning my favorite OLED TV of the year, the LG C2 OLED. Today, the LG C2 42-inch OLED is on sale for $899 at Best Buy. That’s $400 off the TV’s original price. If you don’t already own an OLED TV, the LG C2 is the best place to start. While it may not be as affordable as a standard 4K LCD TV, the OLED quality is a breakthrough. Whether it’s immersive gaming or a blockbuster movie night, OLED’s contrast, brightness control and color reproduction are unbeatable.

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So where do you start with Cyber ​​Monday TV deals? This 43-inch Hisense model is one of the best around – it’s not often you see a 4K smart TV for less than $200. This 43-inch Hisense is HDR-compatible and features the excellent streaming system of Roku with thousands of channels.

Plus, the Hisense RG6 comes with all the smart features you’d expect from a modern TV. It has support for Roku TV, which should open it up to many of the top streaming services. A trio of HDMI ports mean you can add one of the best streaming devices and have room to spare should you decide Roku doesn’t quite cut it. There’s also support for Dolby Vision and HDR 10. Did I mention it’s only $199 today?

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