The biggest online shopping event is only about a month away. If you’ve been holding out on shopping for a new TV for your home theater, Cyber Monday is the best time to do it. Luckily for you, we’ve done all the hard work and scrolled the depths of the internet to find the best Cyber Monday TV deals available. All you need to do is get shopping!
Keep this page pinned in your browser as the closer we get to Cyber Monday, we’ll be updating this page more regularly. Keep reading to discover the best, most affordable Cyber Monday TV deals available right now. Also, check out our roundup of other additional 4K TV deals currently available if you’re looking to shop right now.
What Cyber Monday TV deals to expect
We expect to see deals from all sorts of electronic brands including Samsung, Sony, LG, Hisense, TCL, and more. During Prime Day there were limitless options available with the biggest discounts on smart TVs and 4K TVs. A couple of high-end luxury 8K TVs also saw big sales. We anticipate all these deals to make a comeback for Cyber Monday. One of the most notable deals during Prime Day was the 65-inch Samsung 8K QLED TV, which saw a $1,000 discount. This deal is bound to go live again during Cyber Monday. Most 4K TVs from Samsung will also see anywhere between $100-$1,500 off — depending on their starting price point. More basic Samsung 4K TVs will see about $200 off and bigger QLED TVs will see discounts starting at $500 off, with a few luxury TVs getting over $1,500 off. We’ll also see big discounts on Sony Bravia TVs, with some variants again seeing over $1,000 off. We even expect some must-have Sony TVs to be priced as low as $500. A 55-inch Sony Bravia was just $500 last year — $300 off of its original price.
Other brands will also slash their prices. LG OLED TVs will see discounts up to $1,000 off and other basic LG 4K TVs will see around $200 off. The popular TCL Roku TV will also see discounts starting at $100 and going as high as $400 off. You’ll also be able to find budget-friendly HD TVs for only $100. Toshiba will have tons of HD TVs in the $100 price range and even Insignia will have a couple of low-priced options. There will be plenty of deals out there for every budget range so be sure you know what kind of TV you’re looking for so you don’t get overwhelmed by the sheer number of Cyber Monday TV deals available.
What Cyber Monday TV deals we saw last year
During Cyber Monday 2019 and we saw a variety of deals from Sony, Samsung, LG, Toshiba, Hisense, Vizio, and TCL. In short, every big TV brand crashed the party. There were TVs available starting as low as $100 and going as high as $3,500 — it all depends on your budget and what you’re looking for. The best deals were found on 4K TVs. You could get a 50-inch TCL 4 Series Roku TV for just $240. Even Samsung 4K TVs were heavily discounted. You could get a 50-inch model for as low as $280. High-end TVs like the 85-inch Sony Bravia 4K TV saw a $1,200 discount, bringing its price down to $2,200. You could even get the 55-inch Sony Masters Series 4K TV as much as $800 off. Mid-range 4K TVs saw anywhere between $200-$400 off. You could easily find a 55-inch 4K TV from TCL, Insignia, or Samsung for around $500 last year. Many TVs from Toshiba and Insignia were also priced below $200. A 39-inch Insignia HD TV was just $160 and a 32-inch Toshiba TV was just $120. There were also Samsung 8K TV deals available with sales as high as $3,000 off. With more 8K TVs now available, discounts will only be bigger and better during Black Friday 2020 and Cyber Monday 2020.
Should you buy a new TV on Black Friday or Cyber Monday?
Cyber Monday sales are usually an extension of Black Friday sales. Even more so this year as shopping is still mostly online as stores remain shuttered or limited during the pandemic. This means that most electronic retailers will push out tons of sales by Black Friday itself and have those sales spill over into Cyber Monday. Your best bet is to jump on the Black Friday TV deals the moment they go live — which means you need to start shopping during Black Friday. If you see a better deal during Cyber Monday, you can always return the TV you don’t want. Most retailers including Best Buy and Amazon have updated their holiday return policy so you can return anything you shop during Black Friday or Cyber Monday till January. If you are planning to wait till Cyber Monday keep this in mind: Anything that runs out of stock during Black Friday won’t see a restock in time for Cyber Monday, so your options might be more limited. Timing is key this year — keep a close watch on any TV deals that spike your interest.
The Best TV deals happening now
It’s still a little early for any Cyber Monday TV deals to go live. That said, there are always a few early sales out there. Here are the best TV deals available right now.
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