Cyber ​​Monday TV Deals: Best Deals from Samsung, LG, Vizio, TCL and more

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Cyber ​​Monday Here are the TV deals that are hot. If there’s a new TV on your holiday shopping list, you’ve come to the right place. Early sales a Best shopping, Walmart, Target and Amazon saw that most of the best deals ran out quickly, and stocks are now pretty thin, especially for well-known brands like Sony, LG, Samsung, Vizio, and TCL. Retailers sometimes keep inventory in reserve to refresh their sales inventory, and great deals come back regularly. This means that if you don’t see the TV deal you want now, you might want to wait until Cyber ​​Monday – November 30 – to see if this model returns.

That said, now that you’re ready to pull the cunning, we’ve gathered our favorite TV deals from the best-known retailers, and you can still find plenty of discount models in all sizes, small up to $ 100 to $ 65 – inmates go as barely $ 250. And for most smart TVs, many run Roku, Android TV, or Amazon Fire TV operating systems.

If you are looking for cheap TV, here is a quick cheat page that we would call “good deal” for every screen size this season:

  • 32 inches for $ 120
  • 40-43 inches for $ 150
  • 50 inches for $ 300
  • 55 inches for $ 350
  • 65 inches for $ 500
  • 75 inches for $ 700

The prices above are for TVs that we don’t usually review at CNET. We don’t review them because their image quality is basically the same: medium, but probably good enough for most people. You can expect to pay hundreds more better TVs.

Our favorite TV deals are curated below and we’re constantly updating the list. Full disclosure, many of these deals were Black Friday deals that expanded to Cyber ​​Monday, but the most recent deals are placed in the top spot. Also note that these deals are constantly changing and this article is updated regularly to take into account new, better offers and expired discounts.

Cyber ​​Monday 2020: The best TV deals available now

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How do you grab an 82-inch Samsung? No, we haven’t reviewed this model yet, but if you’re a Samsung fan and want the biggest screen you can get for your money, this will be hard to beat.

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We haven’t reviewed Vizio’s first OLED TV yet – the company was late in shipping samples due to COVID-19 – but Vizio TVs have performed well in previous reviews, and this price, like the LG CX below, is likely to too good to go.

It also has a 55-inch size for sale for $ 900, but is currently sold out online.


As part of Walmart’s Nov. 25 promotion, this TV was also available for purchase at Best Buy for the same price – until it sold out online. It’s not the cheapest TV of this size on the market, and we expect models like the Vizio M-series (which has local brightness) to perform better, but if you like the Samsung brand, it’s a very good price.


Looking for a dirty cheap mid-sized TV? This right corresponds to the bill. It’s 4K resolution, but its picture quality is probably much lower than the best 55-inch models, and it doesn’t even have a built-in smart TV, so you have to consider the price of the media stream (if you don’t already have your own). But it’s still one of the cheapest prices we’ve seen on a TV this big, and it’s actually in stock.

Walmart also has a 55-inch version for $ 240.


This Insignia recently sold for $ 150, but Best Buy cut another $ 50 off the price, making it significantly cheaper than a similar-sized Roku TV (below). However, this is at Best Buy and is in stock, making it easy to buy Roku online.

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It’s one of the best deals we’ve seen this year on a TV with an Roku operating system that we like better than Fire TV or Android TV – although it’s a little more expensive. This is a 1080p model, not 4K, so you won’t get the Roku AirPlay upgrade, but the lower resolution at this size doesn’t really affect the picture quality. Read the overview of the TCL S325 series (Roku TV).

Out of stock or expired transactions

The transactions below have mostly been discontinued, but as they may return at any time, we are keeping them here for the time being. Some of the TVs below may also be available at your local store, even though they are sold out online.

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TCL is best known for Roku TVs, and we love the Roku smart TV system more than the Android TV version on this TV, but for that price, you can simply buy a Roku Streaming Stick Plus, attach it to this TV, and still come out ahead. In addition to its cleverness, we expect this 4-series TV to deliver “pretty good” performance, just like its Roku counterpart.

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This 55-inch version is excellent, but out of stock. If you can afford it, get that 65-inch. This is the sweet spot size for the LG CX – big enough to really appreciate the image quality of the star. Read the LG CX series overview.

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This is simply the best offer we could see on Black Friday 2020. Slightly smaller than the 70 – inch model and much cheaper, this TV will appear quickly when it appears. The catch? It will only be available on Saturday, November 28th – and we expect it to run out immediately. Best Buy online deals usually reach the site sometime after midnight (ET 1:00, 10:00 PT). Good luck!


That’s a spectacular price for a 50-inch TV, so expect it to run out almost immediately.


Yes, we could also see 55- and 65-inch TVs this season, which sold for $ 230-250, but were mostly models with Android TVs. This TCL model is a 2020 update to the company’s 4-Series series. It has the latest Roku smart TV system – meaning all channels except the HBO Max, as well as the AirPlay upgrade – and a huge 4 HDMI inputs. And it only costs $ 30 like the 50-inch model. 4K image quality is not the same as the enhanced 6 Series, but there may be few complaints at this price. Read an overview of the 2019 model.

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We haven’t reviewed this kit and based on its specifications, we don’t expect it to match the picture quality of the best 75-inch models, but if you put the big picture ahead of everything else, this is the cheapest price for a 70-inch TV, period. Like TCL, it runs Android TV.

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We’ve seen 70-inch TVs kick in at $ 400, but that’s still a very good price for a gigantic TV. This model (V705x-H1) is very similar to the V705-H3, currently available for $ 660. The V-Series is Vizio’s cheapest TV for 2020, and while we haven’t reviewed it yet, we expect entry-level picture quality: good enough for most people, but not as good as the M-Series.


We haven’t reviewed this OLED yet, but we expect its image quality to be similar to the LG CX (such as: spectacular), and for Best Buy, the 65-inch size is in deep action, currently less than the CX. Still, we would still buy the CX, mainly because Sony lacks cutting-edge gaming extras. But if that doesn’t matter to you – or if the CX is out of stock – it’s a great deal.

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One of our favorite Black Friday pre-Friday offers is back on an excellent television. The X900H has the best picture quality of any TV on the list, which is not OLED, and features a high-end connection customized for the new Xbox Series X and PS5.


The best TV deal for Target’s early Black Friday promotion is another 70-inch TV that we haven’t reviewed yet. LG OLED sets (see below) offer a much better picture, but if you can’t afford a better TV and the Hisense above doesn’t attract you, it’s still a very good price.

This store is currently out of stock online, but may be available at your local store.

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The best TV we’ve ever reviewed is in a completely different league compared to the doorbreakers on the list, and it’s the best price of the year. We don’t expect it to fall too further this year, but even if it does, the fall in prices won’t be huge. Read the LG CX series overview.


This TV is the first item in Walmart’s November 11 ad before Black Friday, so we expected it to run out fast. The retailer’s Onn house brand isn’t known for world-class image quality, but we expect it to perform about as well as the TCL 4 series (see below) and have the same great Roku operating system.

Speaking of TCL, this is the best price we’ve seen on a 55-inch TV this year. It’s basically the same as the 55S425, which we liked so much, for about half the lowest price ever for this model. As with Onn TV above, we expect it to sell quickly.