Now is the time to pick up one of the many Cyber Monday TV deals. Whether you think your monitor isn't cutting it anymore or you want to give yourself the option to game on your PC from the couch, TVs are usually one of the most heavily discounted items every Cyber Monday—and have the most deals, too. Below you'll find the best Cyber Monday TV deals we've found. If you've treated yourself to one of the new wave of GPUs, an RTX 2080 for example, a high-end 4K OLED screen will really show off what it can do.
Where to find Cyber Monday deals
Amazon - All the things
Walmart - Games, Movies, Budget Laptops
B&H - Monitors, Laptops, and PCs
Best Buy - PCs, Laptops, and Accessories
Target - Games, Accessories, and Laptops
Staples - Gaming Chairs
Lenovo - Discounts on Legion Laptops and PCs
Gamestop - Games and Toys
Razer - Laptops and Gaming Accessories
Newegg - Components and Hardware
Microsoft - PCs, Laptops, and Games
Dell - Alienware PCs and Laptops
NZXT - 10% off all builds
With 4K being pretty much the standard for TVs now, resolution is less of a concern than screen quality. LED screens are your entry-level, while Samsung's QLED tech provides better, brighter colors. OLED screens are a totally different high-end technology: rather than being backlit like LED screens, each pixel emits its own light. That's how they can produce such black blacks: when a pixel is off, no light leaks out of it.
We've already seen some fairly steep Cyber Monday discounts on Samsung's 4K QLED panels and regular 4K LED screens. While OLED screens are always more expensive, we expected to see a few big discounts—granted, that means spending somewhere around two grand instead of three grand, but those colors sure do look nice.
But we're nearing the end of Cyber Monday itself. While some deals may stick around until later in the week, today is the last chance to get the best discounts.
Top 5 Cyber Monday TV deals
- Samsung 70" LED Smart 4K UHD TV: was $900, now $550 at Best Buy
- Samsung 75" LED Smart 4K UHD TV: was $1,100, now $750 at Best Buy
- Samsung 43" QLED Frame Smart 4K UHD TV: was $1,300, now $798 at Newegg
- Toshiba 43" 4K UHD Fire TV Edition: was $330, now $230 at Amazon
Best TV deals in the US right now
Samsung 70" LED Smart 4K UHD TV | $549.99 ($350 off)
It's huge. And it's 4K. And it's a smart TV. If you're looking for the whole package, and, like, a big one, then this is an excellent entry point into 4K gaming. View Deal
Samsung 75" LED Smart 4K UHD TV | $749.99 ($350 off)
OK, let's calm down. That last Samsung wasn't big enough? Cool. OK. Here's five more inches on the same model. Just make sure it can fit through your door. View Deal
Samsung 43" QLED Frame Smart 4K UHD TV | $797.99 ($502 off)
These 2019 QLED models are big step up from the LED models up top. You'll have to pay a bit more for less real estate, but those colors sure will pop. They'll pop enough to look like a painting, since these models camouflage themselves as portraits when not in use.View Deal
Samsung 65" QLED Frame Smart 4K UHD TV | $1,597.99 ($1,202 off)
The larger QLED model bumps up the price, but it hasn't been this cheap in a minute. Newegg has it for nearly half off. A free Logitech TV keyboard comes with it too (a $60 value). View Deal
Samsung 65" QLED 4K TV | Q7F| $1,099.95 (save $200)
This is one of our best 4K TV for gaming picks. And since it's no longer the flagship, it'll only get cheaper. This is a seriously great price for a 65" QLED, and the colors are truly spectacular.View Deal
Samsung 65-Inch Smart TV (QN65Q60RAFXZA) | $997.99 ($203 off)
This TV has dropped $200 from the previous price. It also works at up to 120Hz when paired with an AMD graphics card, or when the G-Sync compatibility mode is enabled on Nvidia-powered PCs. A QLED for under $1000 is always a good deal.View Deal
Toshiba 43" 4K Fire TV Edition | $229.99 ($100.01 off)
Want a mid-sized 4K TV for 300 bucks? This Toshiba isn't top-of-the-line, but it's fairly well-reviewed and the price is right.View Deal
Best TV deals in the UK right now
LG 65" 4K Smart TV (OLED65E9PLA) | £2,499 (save £300)
Don't be fooled by the £1,000 off claim. This 65" 4K TV was retailing for £2,799 throughout October. Still, even this £300 saving is a nice chunk off a high-end TV featuring all the bells and whistles you could ever want.View Deal
Samsung 65" 4K Smart TV (QE65Q90R) | £2,199 (save £100)
Just six months ago, this Samsung 4K Smart TV was around £3,000. It's been coming down steadily since, but this is still the lowest price we've seen yet, and a £100 drop from its October price. Its huge QLED screen makes for a great 4K TV.View Deal
Samsung 65" 4K TV (UE65RU7020KXXU) | £599.00 (save £150)
This hefty 4K TV has actually been on sale for much of November at around the £620 mark, but this is the first time we've seen it drop below £600. If even 65" is too small, you can also grab the 75" variant for £999.View Deal
LG 43" 4K TV (43UM7000PLA) | £299 (save £50)
If you're looking for 4K viewing on a budget, this 43" 4K TV is now around £300—and even offers smart TV streaming, including Netflix and Prime Video in 4K.View Deal
Philips 55" 4K TV (PUS6755) | £449 at Amazon (save £101)
If you're looking for a new 4K TV, this is a decent deal at Amazon right now. The Philips TVs are good budget sets, and you save about 18 percent off the price of this 55-inch model.View Deal
We're collecting all the best deals from across the web for PC gaming, from the latest graphics cards to the most comfortable gaming chairs, and everything in-between. Stay tuned to PC Gamer all through Black Friday and Cyber Monday for up to the minute savings.
Cyber Monday TVs—When do they go on sale?
Black Friday TV deals—How long do they last?
Because Black Friday and Cyber Monday are so close to the holidays this year, you can expect the deals to flow right into December. There will undoubtedly be a fresh set of TV deals coming on Cyber Monday, which is December 2, and that's when you should strike if you don't find what you're looking for right now.
However, if you're daring, you could maybe pick up a real bargain if you wait until close to the Holidays, as retailers will keep the sale going pretty much into January. With QLEDs dipping below $500, and many OLEDs getting to $1000, now is a great time to treat yourself to a premium set.
How to save money on TVs during Cyber Monday
OK, so you've resolved to get a new TV this Cyber Monday. That's a big step, we're proud of you. But now the problem is knowing how to maximize your savings while every online retailer shouts that its deal is best from the mountaintops. Between finding a deal in the chaos and on a TV that suits your specific gaming goals, settling on something isn't easy. We'll be around to guide you during Black Friday proper, pulling out singularly great deals and highlighting the bulk of good ones here, but make sure you're ready with a few simple tips.
1. Know your needs ahead of time
Don't wait until Black Friday to figure out how to separate TV manufacturer marketing jargon from genuinely important features. Our 4K TV and cheap TV guides are good places to start. Look at some of the top picks, see what features they have, and figure out what suits your setup. A few basic pointers: don't go for a 4K TV unless you have a beefy PC and/or you plan on watching a lot of 4K movies and shows. They look nice, but only if your hardware can hit that resolution with most games at a decent framerate. Think about size, weight, whether you need a wall mount or can slap the sucker on an entertainment center. Get prepared now so you're not overwhelmed later.
2. Use a few price comparison websites
PC Gamer is a good place to hang while Black Friday goes down. We'll have people working around the clock to find the best deals available, but it doesn't hurt to learn a few tools of the trade yourself. Price comparison sites like CamelCamelCamel will give you a good snapshot of your ideal TV's price history, which comes in handy when deal after deal hits your eye like a big pizza pie. Don't get too overzealous though. It's tempting to hold out for the lowest price ever once you've seen it, but there's no guarantee your dream TV will go that low, not for sho, no no. The market is unknowable, so keep an eye out for savings within the vicinity of a price that works for you, then make your move.
3. Look for deals with bonuses attached
The best deal won't always be direct savings on a TV that fits the bill, but on bonus items attached to the deal. We've noticed that retailers are using bonuses as bargaining chips, easy attachments to one-up the competition. You might see an ideal TV on Amazon with the same sale price as on Newegg, but Newegg's throwing in a rebate, a code for a game or two, or an extra discount code at checkout. Be sure to read the fine print to see which retailer's bringing the best accord to the table.