Ah, Cyber Monday. The day every borderline insane bargain hunter heads to their local electronics store and has an actual fist fight over a television that's been heavily discounted for a reason.
You don’t want to be like them, do you? Of course you don’t. Instead, browse our list of tellies and shop from the safety of your home. Not only are these TVs actually good, but the only person who’ll punch you in the face is yourself when you see the size of your credit card bill.
LG 43UM7100PLB 43-inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play (Save £150)
This is a big deal - both in the physical size of the telly and the fact you can save £150 on it! This 43-inch screen is a gorgeous 4K HDR panel (bringing out the detail and colour of every scene), and the smart capabilities mean you don't miss a single show or box set to binge.
Was £449.99 | Now £299.99
Toshiba 65U2963DB 65in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV (Save £100)
If we said "you can buy a 65in 4K telly for under £500," chances are you'd laugh harder than you have in a good long while. But yet, for this Black Friday, here we are with a massive panel at such a low price. Care about an immersive viewing experience but don't want to break the bank? Toshiba's Smart 4K HDR screen is the way to go.
Was £599 | Now £499
LG Signature OLED65W9PLA 65in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant (Save £2000)
Hey, big spender! Spend a little time (and cash) on this absolute beauty. If you care about being at the cutting edge of TV tech, LG's Signature OLED telly is the obvious choice here. This super-thin 65in panel is one with the wall at just a few millimetres. The picture is absolutely gorgeous with crystal clear definition and true-to-life colours. And the AI capabilities courtesy of Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa make this a doddle to use.
Plus, with two grand chopped off the price, now is the obvious time to get one.
Was £5999 | Now £3999 (£2000 off)
LG 43UM7000PLA 43in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV (save £50)
LG has quite the reputation for creating impressive TVs at affordable prices. But even with those standards in mind, a 43in 4K Smart TV for under £300 is mind-blowing value. HDR 10 keeps those colours vivid and beautiful, while WebOS keeps the whole Smart TV experience nice and streamlined.
Was £349 | Now £299
Samsung QE55Q60RATXXU 55in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby (Save £170)
Samsung's pairing of its Quantum Processor and QLED display technology is a match made in vividly colourful heaven in this TV. With 100% colour volume, nothing looks washed out in this bright and vivid picture. Plus the HDR10+, smart content discovery features and Bixby smart assistant make this an absolute doddle to use.
Was £869 | Now £699
Philips 50PUS6814/12 50in 4K UHD Smart TV with Ambilight (save £101)
The idea of your telly having back-lighting that matches the colour of what's on screen can seem a little gimmicky on first glance. But it really comes into its own with a new level of immersion on Philips' 50in 4K TV. It's one of those features that when you get it, you never switch off ever again!
Was £500 | Now £399
Samsung The Frame (2019) 49in QLED Art Mode TV
For too long, the living room has had to fit around the TV. But now, thanks to Samsung's The Frame TV, the telly can just blend into the wall like any picture frame (as the name suggests). This boasts some serious home entertainment specs - 4K resolution, HDR, QLED technology and a near-invisible optical cable to connect all your consoles and TV boxes - while pairing it up with an Art Mode that displays artwork or your own photos when not in use, to really add to any room.
Normally, this kind of top-of-the-range tech sets you back four figures, but the price has come tumbling down for Cyber Monday. Oh, and if you're after something a little smaller, you can also nab the 43in version of The Frame for £799 from John Lews. That's £200 off!
Was £1499 | Now £999
Sony Bravia KD49XG8096BU 49in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant (save £180)
Sony has a reputation for making incredible TVs, and its latest Bravia line certainly keeps up appearances as one of the best panels out there. From the triluminos display for true-to-life colour and Motionflow XR for 400Hz, to the Android TV software and Google Assistant for ultimate ease of use.
Was £679 | Now £499
JVC LT-40C890 40in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV (Save £70)
We see you, dear reader. You may have looked at a couple of these TVs, thinking "it's a good discount for a great telly, but still way out of my price range." Lucky for you, JVC is here to really make 4K TVs accessible to everyone. At just over £20, this 4K Smart TV packs all the features you want into one cracking 40in panel.
Was £299 | Now £229
Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV (Save £200)
Loved by critics everywhere, Panasonic's 4K OLED TV has all the smarts you expect (plus integration with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant speakers), along with an bonkers 55in OLED display with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. Pair that with Dolby Atmos virtual surround sound, you have an incredibly immersive experience that is well worth every penny.
Was £1499 | Now £1299
Samsung UE49RU8000 49in 4K HDR Smart LED TV (save £210)
Samsung’s UE49RU8000 might not be part of its super-bright QLED range but at this price it’s well worth a look if you don’t have big bucks to spend.
That means the brightness won’t quite have the wow factor of more expensive models, but the picture is still packed with detail and well-balanced colours. The interface is one of the best around and you won’t be left wanting for streaming apps, so while there’s no One Connect box, which means things aren’t quite as neat and tidy round the back, on performance alone this is a real winner.
Was £699 | Now £489
LG OLED55C9PLA OLED TV (save £100)
It’s difficult to keep track of which of LG’s OLED TVs is the latest and greatest – but the good news is they’re all pretty great, so when one pops up at a decent price you can be pretty sure you’re getting a good deal.
Six months ago, the 55in C9PLA would’ve set you back nearly £3000 – and while it’s been gradually dropping in price ever since, the £1399 you’ll have to shell out for one now is as low as it’s ever been. Not bad for five-star OLED.
Was £1399 | Now £1299
Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU 32in HD Ready HDR Smart TV (Save £150)
Look, there’s no shame in admitting that you’re something of a size snob, and that a 32in television just isn’t going to cut it. It’s fine to think that, but while you might be after a hulking behemoth of a Smart TV for your mahoosive living room or swanky media centre, some folks might be after a compact, stylish, and affordable gogglebox for their bedroom or cosy studio apartment. If that sounds familiar, then you could do a lot worse than this Sony Bravia, which features HDR imagine, X-Reality Pro upscaling, and plenty of built-in apps like YouTube and Netflix. Cheap and cheerful, indeed.
Was £349 | Now £199