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Cyber Monday TV deals live blog: the biggest discounts on LG, Sony and Samsung OLEDs, QLEDs and LCDs

Our pick of the very best Cyber Monday TV deals, including the LG C2, Samsung S95 and Sony A90K

While Black Friday is, officially speaking, behind us, the vast majority of Black Friday deals are still live. What's more, the Cyber Monday deals have also now arrived and some TVs are even cheaper now than they were on Friday.

Prices are fluctuating so much, though, that keeping on top of the latest and lowest prices is a full-time job. Lucky for you, that's our full-time job, and we're updating this page with all of the best TV deals as they come in.

So far, we've seen absolutely cracking deals on LG, Sony and Samsung OLEDs, as well as some much more budget-friendly options, most notably a very cheap, 50-inch Roku TV from TCL.

You'll find those deals and more below, and we'll be adding new deals as they appear right through the Black Friday weekend into Cyber Monday.

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Finally, Some deals on Sony's 2022 OLEDs!

Sony XR-42A90K 2022 OLED TV £1899 £1195 at Amazon (save £704)

Sony XR-48A90K 2022 OLED TV: £1899 £1195 at Box (save £704)

The prices of Sony's 2022 OLED TVs refused to budge during Black Friday itself, but we're finally seeing some worthwhile discounts ahead of Cyber Monday. I'll bring you the A95K QD-OLED deals very shortly, but first, here are the smaller A90K models, both of which started out at £1899 but have just dropped to £1195.

These are superb TVs that offer flagship Sony OLED quality at pretty compact sizes. For movie authenticity, you really can't get better, and there are two HDMI 2.1 sockets with full support for 4K/120Hz, VRR and ALLM. Sound, meanwhile, is generated by actuators that vibrate the whole screen, resulting in really engaging audio.

Personally, I would still go for the LG C2, mostly because it's currently available for £699 for the 42-inch model and £799 for the 48 incher, but there's no denying the Sony A90K's quality.

Sony XR-42A90K 2022 OLED TV  £1899 (opens in new tab)

Sony XR-42A90K 2022 OLED TV £1899 £1195 at Amazon (save £704) (opens in new tab)
Sony's first 42-inch OLED is a high-end treat, particularly if picture authenticity is your priority. It sounds great by TV standards, too. The 42-inch LG C2 is still overall the better buy, given its much lower price, but there are many who will feel it's worth spending the extra on this Sony.

Sony XR-48A90K 2022 OLED TV:  £1899 (opens in new tab)

Sony XR-48A90K 2022 OLED TV: £1899 £1195 at Box (save £704) (opens in new tab)
"An astonishingly good 'small' OLED TV" is how we described the 48-inch Sony A90K in our review. For picture authenticity and sound quality, you can't buy better at this size, and its gaming specs (while not quite up there with the LG C2) are strong.

Sony A95K QD-OLEDs finally discounted.

Sony XR-55A95K 2022 QD-OLED TV £2699 £2095 at Box (save £604)

Sony XR-65A95K 2022 OLED TV: £3499 £2795 at Appliances Direct (save £704)

I told you I'd bring you news of Sony A95K deals, and here we are: the 55-inch version is now down to £2095 (opens in new tab), while the 65-inch model is down to £2795 (opens in new tab).

The A95K is a new type of TV that combines Quantum Dots with OLEDs to create a brighter, more vibrant alternative to the standard OLED TVs already offered by the likes of LG. It is, to cut a long story short, the best TV we've tested all year, but it's priced accordingly. Thankfully, it is at least slightly less expensive now than it was.

Sony XR-55A95K 2022 QD-OLED TV  £2699 (opens in new tab)

Sony XR-55A95K 2022 QD-OLED TV £2699 £2095 at Box (save £604) (opens in new tab)
Unlike Samsung's S95B, Sony's new QD-OLED TV is priced as you'd expect a premium, next-gen television to be. It's an undeniably expensive proposition, even with this discount, but if money's no object, this is the best TV you can currently buy.

Sony XR-65A95K 2022 OLED TV:  £3499 (opens in new tab)

Sony XR-65A95K 2022 OLED TV: £3499 £2795 at Appliances Direct (opens in new tab)
QD-OLED is a brand new TV technology that combines the Quantum Dots of QLED with the self-emissive pixels of OLED to excellent effect. Only Sony and Samsung have so far launched QD-OLED TVs, and this A95K is arguably the best TV of the year. It's expensive, but less so with this deal.

77-inch LG C2 down to lowest-ever £2549 at Sevenoaks (opens in new tab)

Here's a deal that's close to my heart. I really want a really big OLED, so I'm always keeping an eye on 77-inch and 83-inch OLED TV models. Predictably, LG's models tend to be the most heavily discounted, and in terms of inches-per-pound, a 77 incher is the way to go as 83-inch OLEDs are newer and less economical to produce, so therefore also less economical to buy.

It's also sensible to go for an LG C2 over a G2. The G2 is undeniably better, particularly in terms of brightness, but the C2 is much more affordable and almost as good, so is much better value for money overall.

All of which brings me to this deal. The 77-inch LG C2 has just dropped a further £200, taking it down to £2549 (opens in new tab). It launched at £3699, so this is an overall discount of £1150. That's a flipping massive discount on a flipping massive TV.

LG OLED77C2 2022 OLED TV  £3699 (opens in new tab)

LG OLED77C2 2022 OLED TV £3699 £2549 at Sevenoaks (save £1150) (opens in new tab)
If you want the best performance-per-pound LG OLED of 2022 in a truly cinematic size, this 77-inch version of the C2 is what you're after. It's got all of the top-notch features of the smaller models but with an extra dose of epicness. Use code GDSAVE200 to get this deal.

Genuinely excellent cheap TVs now available from just £249 at Currys

While prices haven't dropped further (and probably won't, I don't think), two of my favourite super-cheap TV deals from Black Friday are both still live.

The first is the 43-inch Hisense A6GTUK, which is currently just £269 at Amazon. We gave this TV four stars when we reviewed it at £329. Amazon says it only has two of these left in stock, so pounce now if you want one.

If you've got a bit more space, the 50-inch TCL RP620K is the TV I'd buy. We gave the 55-inch version of this Roku-powered TV model got the full five stars when we reviewed it, and while it's now out of stock in that specific size, the 50-inch version is available for just £249 at Currys.

Hisense 43A6GTUK 43-inch LCD TV  £429 (opens in new tab)

Hisense 43A6GTUK 43-inch LCD TV £429 £269 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The 43A6GTUK is another lesson from Hisense in how you can no longer judge a TV by its price point. Yes, there are weaknesses – unhelpful presets and slightly desaturated colours, for example – but it also offers more features and delivers a much greater level of picture and sound consistency than should be possible at this price.

TCL 50RP620K 50-inch Roku TV  £399 (opens in new tab)

TCL 50RP620K 50-inch Roku TV £399 £249 at Currys (save £150) (opens in new tab)
Another excellent-value Roku TV, this time from TCL. The superb smart platform is the attention-grabber, but it's the surprisingly solid picture performance that makes this such a great buy, particularly with this discount.

Best 65-inch Samsung S95B QD-OLED deal is £1499 at Richer Sounds (opens in new tab)

Samsung's S95B QD-OLED is hugely popular and has been admirably heavily discounted since launch. In fact, its price has been fluctuating so wildly that it's been extremely hard to keep up.

The 55-inch model, while not currently at its very cheapest (which was £1059 a few days ago), is still a great deal at £1099 at Amazon (opens in new tab).

The 65-inch model, though, is currently the most affordable it's ever been at just £1499 at Richer Sounds (opens in new tab). This is a TV that launched at £3399 so is now available for better than half price.

Samsung QE55S95B 2022 QD-OLED TV  £2399 (opens in new tab)

Samsung QE55S95B 2022 QD-OLED TV £2399 £1099 at Amazon (save £1300) (opens in new tab)
You'd have thought that the first QD-OLED TV (which combines Quantum Dot and OLED technologies) would be obscenely expensive, but Samsung is already offering huge discounts on the S95B. This is one of the best TV deals you're ever going to find.

Samsung QE65S95B 2022 QD-OLED TV  £3399 (opens in new tab)

Samsung QE65S95B 2022 QD-OLED TV £3399 £1499 at Richer Sounds (save £1900) (opens in new tab)
The 65-inch version of Samsung's next-gen QD-OLED TV is even more heavily discounted than its 55-inch sibling. This is an astonishingly low price for such an excellent, envelope-pushing television.

OLED TV: LG OLED42C2

(Image credit: Future / Netflix, Enola Holmes 2)

Bag the lowest-ever LG C2 OLED price: 42-inch model now £699 at John Lewis (opens in new tab) – that's half-price!

One of the best Black Friday OLED TV deals is carrying over into Cyber Monday. At Sevenoaks and John Lewis, the award-winning LG OLED42C2 is now 50% off.

Both retailers' listed price is £799 but adding voucher codes (below) knocks off another £100, bringing the 42-inch LG C2 down to its best-ever price. Considering this set is "the best 42-inch TV there’s ever been" (as we noted in our five-star review), there really is no reason not to checkout on this LG if you are set on this screen size and have the budget.

Sevenoaks: save £100 with voucher code 'GDSAVE100' (opens in new tab).

John Lewis: Register as a My John Lewis member and use code 'MYJL100LG' (opens in new tab).

LG OLED42C2 2022 OLED TV  £1399 (opens in new tab)

LG OLED42C2 2022 OLED TV £1399 £699 at John Lewis (save £700) (opens in new tab)
LG's first 42-inch OLED TV has only been available for five minutes but has already had a big discount. It's slightly less bright than the 55-inch-plus C2 models but otherwise has the same features. That should make it a huge hit, particularly with gamers who want a desktop TV with all of the next-gen specs. Deal also at Sevenoaks (opens in new tab)

Hisense 55A6BGTUK

(Image credit: Hisense)

Happy Cyber Monday!

Hisense 55A6BGTUK 55-inch 4K TV just £329 at Amazon – now 40% off

Black Friday may be well and truly over, but Cyber Monday is keeping some of the best deals alive while introducing some brand-new discounts.

We have already shared with you a cracking Cyber Monday Hisense TV deal: the four-star 43A6GTUK for just £269 at Amazon (opens in new tab). Not only is the newer version of that four-star TV now only £239 for Cyber Monday, but the larger sibling is also on the end of a cracking Cyber Monday discount.

The 55A6BGTUK is just £329 at Amazon (opens in new tab) – not bad at all for a 55-inch 4K TV that supports Dolby Vision HDR and has a generous suite of streaming apps. We haven't reviewed this size in the range so can't fully vouch for its picture quality, but the fact that we really liked the 2021 43-inch version we tested helps its case... as do the overwhelmingly positive Amazon customer ratings.

Hisense 55A6BGTUK 55-inch 4K TV  £549 (opens in new tab)

Hisense 55A6BGTUK 55-inch 4K TV £549 £329 at Amazon (save £220) (opens in new tab)
You won't find many 55-inch 4K HDR TVs for this price, so this Cyber Monday deal is bound to attract attention. We haven't reviewed this 2022 model, but the 2021 43-inch one we have had the pleasure of testing impressed across the board for its performance per pound. Fingers crossed Hisense has been consistent here.

The excellent Samsung UE43AU7100 is down to £329 at John Lewis

This is our favourite cheap TV of last year and it's still great. In fact, we used it as the benchmark for our Awards testing this year and it beat all of the newer models, including the Samsung BU sets we got in for consideration.

This isn't the very cheapest that the 43-inch AU7100 has been – it went as low as £269 in July this year – but it is the cheapest it's been since then. It was £449 when we gave it five stars in our review, so at £329 (opens in new tab) it's an absolute bargain.

Samsung UE43AU7100 2021 43-inch TV £499 (opens in new tab)

Samsung UE43AU7100 2021 43-inch TV £499 £329 at John Lewis (save £170) (opens in new tab)
Simply put, this is the best 43-inch TV we've tested this year. It boasts a surprisingly mature and consistent picture performance and the full, excellent Samsung smart platform, which gives access to more or less every streaming service under the sun.

75-inch Samsung QN800B 2022 8K TV down to £2999 at Box.co.uk (opens in new tab)

Box.co.uk has just dropped the QN800B's price by an extra few hundred pounds, taking it down to a new low of £2999 (opens in new tab). This 75-inch 8K TV launched at a price of £5699, so that's an overall saving of £2700 – not far off half-price!

We haven't tested this particular model but the flagship QN900B, which the QN800B sits just beneath, is a five-star stunner. Like the QN900B, the QN800B is a 'Neo' QLED model, which means it's got a backlight featuring thousands of Micro LEDs that are split into hundreds of individually controllable dimming zones.

It's also got HDMI 2.1 sockets that support 4K/120Hz, VRR and ALLM.

The QN800B doesn't go quite as bright as the QN900B (but it will still go vastly brighter than any OLED TV), and it features slightly less fancy styling and sound, but right now it's £1500 cheaper than its flagship sibling, which makes it look like very good value.

Samsung QE75QN800B  £5699 (opens in new tab)

Samsung QE75QN800B £5699 £2999 at Box (save £2700) (opens in new tab)
Samsung's step-down 8K TV for 2022 features more basic styling and sound than the QN900B, and it's not quite as bright, but it looks very well specced for its price.

The 48-inch LG C2 is still available for £799 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Sevenoaks has been the place to go for the best LG C2 deals over the last few days, but it's just pulled a few of its biggest discounts. Thankfully, John Lewis has picked up some of the slack, matching the record-low £799 (opens in new tab) price that Sevenoaks is no longer offering on the 48-inch C2.

This is a superb TV that's brilliantly detailed, punchy and consistent with movies, and absolutely unbeatable for games thanks to its four HDMI 2.1 sockets, which support 4K/120Hz, VRR and ALLM. Dolby Vision gaming is supported, too.

To get the extra £100 off the £899 price listed on the John Lewis product page, you need to be a My John Lewis member. You can join for free and claim the discount almost immediately. Use code MYJL100LG at checkout.

LG OLED48C2 2022 OLED TV £1399 (opens in new tab)

LG OLED48C2 2022 OLED TV £1399 £799 at John Lewis (save £550) (opens in new tab)
If you want a cutting-edge 48-inch TV, the OLED48C2 is for you. This is the very latest LG OLED TV with all of the company's best tech and every gaming feature covered. To get this deal you need to be a My John Lewis member (joining is free and pretty quick) and then add promo code MYJL100LG at checkout.

Sony XR-55A90J

(Image credit: Future / Leonardo, Amazon Prime)

55-inch Sony A90J down to lowest-ever price of £1395 at Hughes (opens in new tab)

The A90J was hands-down the best TV we tested in 2021. The only problem with it was the price – £2699. Now, though, you can get it for a record-low £1395 (opens in new tab).

This is still an absolutely awesome TV that puts most 2022 models to shame with the sharpness, solidity and punch of its performance. It sounds great, too, thanks to the Acoustic Surface Audio feature, which uses actuators that vibrate the whole screen in order to make sound.

The A90J is a solid option for gamers, too, thanks to its twin HDMI 2.1 sockets that support 4K/120Hz, VRR and ALLM.

Not convinced? Click here to read our full Sony A90J review.

Sony XR-55A90J 55-inch OLED TV  £2699 (opens in new tab)

Sony XR-55A90J 55-inch OLED TV £2699 £1395 at Hughes (opens in new tab)
The Sony A90J was the very best TV of 2021 and it's still absolutely brilliant now. What's more, it's finally available at a price that some people will actually be able to afford. If you're after a super-sharp OLED that majors on picture authenticity, this one's for you.

This 65-inch TCL Roku TV looks worth a punt at £400 from Currys (opens in new tab)

Here's one for those people who are looking for a lot of TV for not a lot of money. In the interest of transparency, it's not a model we've tested, but we're big fans of the 55-inch RP620K, and this appears to be very similar but obviously 10 inches bigger.

It's a 60Hz 4K LCD set, as you'd expect for the money, and it does without HDMI 2.1 sockets and the fancy gaming features that usually come with them. It does support HDR though, even in Dolby Vision (as well as HDR10 and HLG). Most appealing of all, it runs the Roku operating system, which means its supports every streaming service you're ever likely to need.

Again, the RP630K isn't one we've tested, but it looks well worth at this £400 (opens in new tab) price, which you can get by adding code VISION100OFF at checkout.

TCL 65RP630K 65-inch Roku TV  £500 (opens in new tab)

TCL 65RP630K 65-inch Roku TV £500 £400 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Not one we've reviewed, but the RP630K looks similar on paper to the RP620K, which we have tested and like very much. This model is a 65 incher that runs the simple and app-packed Roku operating system. It even supports Dolby Vision. Use code VISION100OFF at checkout to get this price.

The 55-inch LG C2 is back down to under £1000 – £979 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)

This is another amazing deal that Sevenoaks was offering but recently removed. Again, John Lewis has stepped up.

I genuinely think this is my favourite deal of the year so far. The LG C2 is the most recommendable TV on the planet right now, thanks to its superbly punchy and consistent picture performance and peerless gaming specs, and being able to pick the 55-inch version for under £1000 is absolutely brilliant.

To get this price you need to be a My John Lewis member, but non-members can join for free and more or less instantly claim this price by using the code MYJL100LG at checkout.

LG OLED55C2 2022 OLED TV £1899 (opens in new tab)

LG OLED55C2 2022 OLED TV £1899 £979 at John Lewis (save £850) (opens in new tab)
LG's new C2 is the ideal TV for most people. It's brighter than any 2021 OLED, produces brilliantly punchy but natural images and boasts every next-gen gaming feature you could ask for. And now it's finally available for under £1000. You need to join My John Lewis (it's free and quick) and use code MYJL100LG at checkout to get this price.

65-inch LG C2 OLED still available for record-low £1449 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)

If it's a larger LG C2 that you're after, this is an absolutely cracking deal on the 65-inch model. It probably goes without saying at this point that the C2 is an absolutely brilliant TV for both movies and games, and we made this 65-inch version our TV Product of the Year in the recent What Hi-Fi? Awards.

To get this deal you need to sign into or create (it's quick and free) a My John Lewis account and enter code MYJL100LG at checkout.

LG OLED65C2 2022 OLED TV  £2699 (opens in new tab)

LG OLED65C2 2022 OLED TV £2699 £1449 at John Lewis (save £1150) (opens in new tab)
While the G2 is an even better performer, the C2 is still the 2022 LG OLED TV that most people should buy, thanks to its irresistible performance-per-pound credentials. It's got a flawless set of next-gen gaming features, too. To get this deal you need to be a My John Lewis member (joining is free and pretty quick) and then add promo code MYJL100LG at checkout.

Absolutely huge 85-inch Samsung TVs available from just £1299 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

There's no substitute for size if you want a cinematic experience at home and there are currently a couple of absolutely huge Samsung TVs available with equally massive discounts.

The first is the 85-inch AU7100, which is available for just £1299 at Amazon (opens in new tab). This is about as basic as Samsung TVs get but we really like the 43-inch version, to the extent that we gave it an Award last year. It's worth noting that it's far from guaranteed that the 85-inch version of the AU7100 will be as good as the 43-inch model, but if you want to go massive without spending much, this looks worth a gamble.

If you want to upgrade from standard LCD to QLED, the 85-inch Q60B is worth a look at £1579, also from Amazon (opens in new tab). This isn't one we've tested at all, even at a smaller size, but on paper it's a fairly big upgrade on the AU7100. For starters, as a QLED model, it's got Quantum Dots, which should result in more vibrant colours. It's got a faster processor, too, and a more advanced sound system.

Samsung UE85AU7100 2021 TV  £1999 (opens in new tab)

Samsung UE85AU7100 2021 TV £1999 £1299 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The AU7100 is a great TV at 43 inches, and while there's no guarantee at all that the 85-inch model will be similarly good, there's no denying that it's a lot of TV for not a lot of money.

Samsung QE85Q60B 2022 QLED TV  £2999 (opens in new tab)

Samsung QE85Q60B 2022 QLED TV £2999 £1579 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Unlike the AU7100 TV above, the Q60B is a QLED model, so it should produce more vibrant colours. It's also a newer, 2022 model, and it has a faster processor and more advanced sound. Not one we've tested, though.