The best Cyber Monday OLED TV deals for 2020

Looking for cheap a OLED TV? this Cyber Monday? We tracked down sales on must-have models from the likes of LG and Sony and sent them over to our team of expert reviewers, who separated the wheat from the chaff. What we’re left with is a collection of the best Cyber Monday OLED TV deals  — if you find a television here, you can rest assured it’s deserving of your hard-earned cash.

Just keep in mind that even the cheapest OLED TV isn’t exactly cheap. These are high-end televisions, designed to appeal to those wanting the best home viewing experience money can buy. If you’re shopping on a budget or would feel more at home with something a bit more normal, head over to our collection of the best Cyber Monday TV deals, where pricing starts at just $230.

Today’s best Cyber Monday OLED TV deals

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65-inch Sony Master Series A9G OLED 4K TV

$2,498 $3,000
The Sony Master Series A9G is a no-brainer for anyone who can afford it, so much so we named it the best television on the market. Period. Android TV? Check. 4K HDR? Check. Google Assistant? Check.
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55-Inch Sony Class A8H Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Android TV (XBR55A8H)

$1,500 $1,900
This TV boasts a self-illuminating screen to keep colors accurate and consistent plus X-Motion Clarity that reduces blur in high-speed action scenes. It also offers access to various apps and content.
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55-Inch LG Class BX Series OLED 4K UHD TV

$1,200 $1,500
OLED technology is an easy way to maximize your film-viewing experience with state-of-the-art visuals that would directors tear up, and the LG BX 4K TV provides exactly that.
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77-Inch LG Class GX Series OLED 4K Smart TV (OLED77GXPUA)

$4,300 $5,200
This TV has the a9 Gen 3 AI chip at its core which works to deliver stunning visuals and audio. It connects to the Wi-Fi and comes with virtual assistants for convenient streaming and control.
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55-Inch LG Class 4K UHD OLED Smart TV with HDR, 2020 Model

$1,297 $2,500
This LG TV is built with the power of OLED which offers visuals with deep blacks, vibrant colors, and stunning clarity. It also uses the OLED Motion Pro for blur-free imagery on fast-moving sequences.
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55-Inch Sony Class A9G MASTER Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Android TV (XBR55A9G)

$1,900 $2,500
This stunning 55-inch 4K UHD Smart TV has 2160p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. While it comes with Android TV, it's also compatible with Apple AirPlay 2.
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65-Inch Vizio Class OLED 4K UHD SmartCast TV

$1,500 $2,000
From games to movies and shows, this TV brings everything to life with excellent clarity and brightness. It's also equipped with the Ultra Color Spectrum technology for intense color accuracy.
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55-inch LG OLED Gallery 4K UHD HDR Smart TV

$1,897 $2,500
This LG TV is a wonderful addition to any living space, making it a must-have for communal entertainment hubs with its first-class visuals and ambient charm.
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48-inch LG CX OLED 4K TV

$1,597 $2,200
With 4K OLED, the LG CX line is a remarkable thing of beauty in any home theater, capable of delivering to even the most average viewer a world-class movie-viewing experience fit for a director.
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65-Inch LG Class GX Series OLED 4K Smart TV (OLED65GXPUA)

$2,600 $3,000
Powered by the a9 Gen 3 AI processor, this TV makes everything you hear and see smoother and more dynamic. It fully integrates with voice assistants for easier control, too.

How to choose an OLED TV

Start with size. How much space is available in the room? 50 inches? 60 inches? 75 inches? Scribble it down so you don’t forget. Keep in mind that screen size is not equivalent to how wide the television is. This measurement is taken from corner to corner, and only accounts for the screen. So always consult the actual dimensions (width, height, and depth) to see if it will fit.

Now you’re armed with this vital information, the next step is to start your search. When it comes to OLED TVs, there are two main players: LG and Sony. There isn’t a huge difference between them in the screen department, but Sony’s software and image processing are far superior, with its latest OLED TV taking home the crown for the best TV on the shelves right now.

The fact of the matter is, though, that any OLED TV is a massive step up from a regular LED TV, so we recommend opting for the television in our list of the best OLED TV deals above that’s: A) The size you want; and B) Is at the top-end of your budget. That way you can be certain you’re getting the most bang for your buck (reminder: Our experts vetted all the choices).

Are OLED TVs better than QLED TVs?

As we concluded in our QLED vs OLED comparison, OLED TVs are better than QLED TVs. But what is it that makes OLED TVs la crème de la crème? That’s simple — OLED TVs have better viewing angles, can reach a more obsidian-like black level, and consume a lot less power than QLED TVs. They also have a faster response time, less input lag, and a higher refresh rate.

What does this mean in the real world, though? Watching a fast-paced action movie or the latest sporting event? The obsidian-like black levels, faster response time, and higher refresh rate result in lifelike viewing. Having some friends over to watch The Mandalorian? They’ll appreciate the superior viewing angles. Bingeing The Crown? It won’t cost a fortune in electricity.

Do OLED TVs have HDR?

Found an OLED TV without HDR? Firstly, take this medal for you’ve achieved the unthinkable. Second, run for the hills. OLED TVs are designed to represent the best manufacturers have to offer, so you simply won’t find one that doesn’t ship with HDR. After all, it’s this that draws richer detail and more accurate color from the scene at hand, bringing the picture to life.

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