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Best OLED TV deals: 12 cheap OLED TVs you can buy today (and one expensive one)

OLED TV technology promises unparalleled depth, color, and sharpness. This makes OLED TVs a great option for the centerpiece of your home theater, particularly with how well it performs when you compare OLED and LED TVs against each other. OLED TVs also make for some great savings, as there are frequently a lot of OLED TV deals taking place. This is certainly the case right now, and we’ve rounded up all of the best OLED TV deals available. You’ll need to decide on a model and act quickly, as inventory of the best OLED TVs likely won’t last long with these discounts.

48-inch LG A2 Series OLED 4K TV — $650, was $1,300

An LG 55-inch A2 Series 4K OLED Smart TV sits in a living room.

If you don’t have the room for a larger TV, this 48-inch OLED TV by LG should make a good option. It has all of the features you could hope to find its larger counterparts, including 4K upscaling, 100% color volume, and of course, that full, lifelike OLED picture quality. It has built-in access to streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, and the Apple TV app, and it comes with a Magic Remote that makes it easy to point, click, scroll, or use voice commands to find your favorite content.

48-inch LG C2 Series OLED evo 4K TV — $1,179, was $1,500

The LG C2 Series OLED evo 4K TV against a white background.

With LG’s C2 Series OLED 4K TV you’ll be getting all sorts of goodies you may not find with other brands. LG offers things like Dolby Vision IQ in its premium OLED TV lineup, which automatically changes display settings based on the lighting in your room. Its has a brightness booster that utilizes advanced picture algorithms to give you a brighter picture, and LG’s OLED evo technology produces an OLED picture with infinite contrast, perfect blacks, and over a billion colors.

55-inch Sony Bravia XR A80K OLED 4K TV — $1,400, was $1,500

A Sony Bravia A80K 4K TV sits on a table in front of a large window.
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The Bravia line has some of Sony’s best TVs, and the 55-inch XR A80K is a good example of that. The XR technology is what sets it apart. It has a Cognitive Processor XR, which adjusts the color, contrast and depth of an image to best match how the human eye focuses on things in real life. This level of immersion carries over into the colors. The XR Triluminos Pro technology can process billions of different colors, so everything on your screen will be fully realized and lifelike.

55-inch LG G2 OLED 4K TV — $1,500, was $1,700

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The LG G2 is the next step in OLED technology. It blows all the standard categories of brightness, contrast, colors and blacks out of the water. Where it really stands out from the crowd is in its gaming technology. It has low input lag, Variable Refresh Rate support and tons of HDMI ports. HDR10 will make movies look so detailed and bright that you’ll think you’re watching the actors live. That level of detail crosses over to games too. It’s overall a gorgeous 55-inch TV that will impress anyone you invite over for movie night.

55-inch Samsung S90C OLED 4K TV — $1,600, was $1,900

Samsung S95B OLED TV with bright image on-screen.
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The 55-inch Samsung S90C is equipped with the brand’s Neural Quantum Processor with 4K Upscaling, which will upgrade all content that you watch to 4K quality, and with Dolby Atmos plus Object Tracking Sound Lite technology, you’ll experience true surround sound. The colors that will be displayed on its screen will be extremely lifelike as they are validated by Pantone, while Motion Xcelerator Turbo Pro will make sure that your eyes will be able to follow all of the high-speed action.

65-inch Samsung S95B OLED 4K TV — $1,600, was $2,000

Samsung 2023 S95C QD-OLED TV seen in a brightly-lit room near windows.

The Samsung S95B is a titan among OLED TVs, and we’re lucky to see such a great deal on it. When it came out, we gave it a perfect 10 out of 10 review. It excels in all the ways you would expect of a Samsung TV. After all, they pioneered the technology. It has incredible color and brightness, superior contrast and great black levels that are deep, dark and uniform. Another way it excels that many TVs don’t bother to touch is its sound quality. The processor uses motion tracking to better place sound sources on the screen, and it reflects minute changes in its Dolby Atmos speakers.

65-inch LG C3 OLED 4K TV — $1,700, was $2,500

LG's 2023 C3 4K OLED TV.

The LG C3 features the brand’s a9 Gen 6 AI processor for even better performance, with webOS 23 providing access to all of the popular streaming services and LG ThinQ AI integrating the OLED TV into your smart home setup. Gamers will love playing video games on the LG C3 because it supports Nvidia’s G-Sync, AMD’s FreeSync Premium, and Variable Refresh Rate for enhanced gaming quality. When it’s not in use, the OLED TV may function as your personal art gallery by displaying your chosen photos and paintings.

65-inch Sony Bravia XR A80K OLED 4K TV — $1,900, was $2,000

A Sony Bravia A80K 4K TV sits on a table in front of a large window.
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If you’re in love with the Sony Bravia XR A80K but you want a bigger screen, then go for its 65-inch version. You’ll get all the same features and get amazed by similar technology, including Sony’s Cognitive Processor XR and XR Triluminos Pro technology. Also, like all of the best TVs, you’ll be able to watch streaming content as it runs on the Google TV platform, and it supports Google Assistant to boot.

65-inch Sony Bravia XR A80L OLED 4K TV — $2,000, was $2,600

Sony A80L 4K OLED TV.
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This TV utilizes the Google TV smart platform, which gives you a range of smart features, including hands-free voice controls that allow you to access entertainment, get answers, and control the TV and other smart home devices. Additional smart features include compatibility with Apple AirPlay for streaming pictures, video, or audio directly to the TV from an Apple device. This is also a TV you should consider if you have a PlayStation 5, as it offers extraordinary picture quality and responsive gameplay through features designed exclusively for the Sony PlayStation platforms.

65-inch Sony Bravia XR A90J OLED 4K TV — $2,200, was $3,000

Sony Bravia XR A90J 4K OLED TV
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The Sony Bravia XR A90J is an incredibly powerful TV. Its most prominent features are its brightness and its processing. At the time of release in 2021, it was possibly the brightest OLED TV available. That means watching during the day is easy, and full-on movie nights will look incredible. On the processing front, it has Sony’s Cognitive Processing XR ability, a truly unique and powerful processor meant to mimic the human brain. Supposedly it does this by actually figuring out what is on screen, then enhancing the important elements. For example, it will enhance the crispness around human faces and animals, but not background grass or clouds.

77-inch LG B3 OLED 4K TV — $2,300, was $3,300

Playing video games on the LG B2 4K OLED Smart TV.

If you’re going all out with your purchase of an OLED TV, you should go for the 77-inch LG B3. The massive display offers perfect black and infinite contrast with its OLED technology, and its 120 Hz refresh rate ensures smooth and lifelike movements on the screen. With Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, playing movies on the LG B3 will feel like watching them in the theaters. The OLED TV is powered by LG’s a7 Gen 5 AI processor, which detects what you’re watching and makes automatic improvements to picture and sound quality.

77-inch LG B2 OLED 4K TV — $2,375, was $2,500

The LG B2 OLED 4K TV in a living room.

The LG B2 also comes in a 77-inch version, which is large enough that you’ll definitely have to check first with our guide on what size TV to buy if you’ve got ample space for it in your living room. Like its smaller counterparts, you’ll be able to enjoy superior upscaling and amazing picture with the help of LG’s a7 Gen5 AI processor, and AI Picture Pro 4K will make automatic improvements to whatever you’ll be watching.

77-inch LG G3 Series OLED evo 4K TV — $4,000, was $4,500

LG 65-inch Class 4K G3 Series UHD OLED Smart TV product image
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The LG G3 Series OLED evo is a 4K TV that has a range of premium features ready to fully immerse you in the home theater experience. It offers the brightest OLED picture available from LG, which is powered by its Brightness Booster Max technology. It also offers an image refresh rate of 120Hz. This makes it perfect for watching action movies, fast-paced sports events, and for playing video games, as the high refresh rate will prevent the image from breaking apart.

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