The best Cyber Monday 4K TV, soundbars and TV accessory deals 2016

We're rounding up all of the best Cyber Monday TV deals

Update 2: Cyber Monday is over now, but many of the deals below are still going. If you want to stay on top of the most recent deals, be sure to bookmark our Cheap TV deals page.

Update 1: The 40-inch version is of the Panasonic DX700B range, the TX-40DX700B has seen a further reduction in price as part of an Amazon lightning deal, and it's now discounted by £300 to £449. In our review we noted that the HDR functionality wasn't exceptional, but the 4K detail is strong.  

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Cyber Monday is a great time of year to pick up a cheap TV deal. With so many people in the market for a new 4K TV, all the big retailers are competing with each other on price. That kinda sucks for them - but it's great for us as it means hot 4K TV deals all over the place!

If you're wondering which TV deals are worth buying, we're here for you. For the  rest of Cyber Monday we'll be listing all of the best Cyber Monday offers and discounts on 4K TVs as well as cheap and cheerful HD options.

Stick with us and we'll help you find your new screen! We're hearing that there will be a lot of deals going live over the course of today so we'll be updating this page with the best ones we find, as we find them!

Our top TV deal 2016

Update: Sadly this deal is currently out of stock - we'll keep an eye out to see if it reappears soon!

After the furore of Black Friday, one deal has proved one of the most popular - and its very easy to see why. The Samsung UE40KU6020 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is a 40-inch model that's got people very excited about the prospect of upgrading to UHD, because it's only £349 at John Lewis. 

It's also coming with Freeview HD, Playstation Now and PurColour technology (although the latter one only means that its 'nice enough' colours).

Panasonic 4K TV: Rounding out the trio, the 50-inch version of the DX700B is discounted by 25% on Argos to £599.

Panasonic 4K TV: The smaller 40-inch version is of the DX700B, the TX-40DX700B is also discounted by £300 to £449. In our review we noted that the HDR functionality wasn't exceptional, but the 4K detail is strong.  

Panasonic 4K TV: If you're willing to put up with some slightly narrow viewing angles then the TX-58DX700B from Panasonic has great blacks and colour accuracy and is a great buy at a £300 discount down to £799 on Amazon. 

Samsung Soundbar: The Samsung HW-K550 soundbar is currently down to £268.99 at Tesco Direct, a saving of £80 off its regular price. 

LG 4K TV: LG's 43-inch 43UH610V Ultra HD HDR TV is just £369.95 at John Lewis

Samsung 4K TV: If you're interested in grabbing a curved television, then the Samsung UE49KU6670 is currently £250 off at Currys at £699

LG 4K TV: Currys has the 49" LG 49UH850V with almost £400 off, making it worth a look at £699. 

Samsung 4K TV: This 40-inch stunner is a budget bargain at £349, and is one of the cheapest 4K HDR sets we've seen today. 

Sony 4K TV: If you're looking for the smaller 43-inch version of the Sony TV below, then the KD43XD8305BU has also been discounted by a slightly smaller £300 to £599

Sony 4K TV: The 49-inch Sony Bravia KD49XD8305BU is massively discounted by £400 to £699 at Currys. 

Samsung 4K TV: This 55-inch Samsung UE55KU6020 is discounted by over £200 to £598.67.

Samsung Ultra HD Blu-ray player: You can currently save £130 on this Samsung UBD-K8500 Ultra HD Blu-ray player, and you can read our full review here if you want more information. 

Now TV Box with 6 month Entertainment pass: Now TV boxes are frequently discounted, but the great thing about this £19 deal at Currys is the 6 month Entertainment pass that's included, which would normally retail for over £40 (based on an Entertainment pass being £6.99 a month). That's half a year of entertainment, making it a worthwhile deal even if you've already got the hardware. 

LG OLED 4K TV: This LG OLED55B6V TV, which we gave 4.5 stars, is discounted by a massive £900. It's still £1,899, which is expensive whichever way you look at it, but it's a massive saving if you've been waiting for OLED technology to get at least somewhat affordable. 

Sony 4K TV: This 65-inch Sony Bravia KD65XD7504BU includes HDR functionality, and is down to £1,149.00, a massive saving of £550. It's smaller 49 and 55-inch versions are also discounted to £550 and £749 respectively. 

LG 4K TV: This 65-inch LG stunner is down to £1,382.17 at Amazon.

LG 4K TV: Pick up the 43-inch LG 43UH603V TV with Freeview Play and 4K HDR screen - it's only £369 at ao.com!

LG 4K TV: You can get the 49-inch LG 49UH770V 4K HDR TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners as well as Freeview Play smart TV - all for just £649 at ao.com

Sony 4K Curved: Pick up the Sony KD50SD8005 50-inch TV with a £200 saving - it's down to £799 at ao.com

Samsung 4K TV: If Samsung is your brand, you can get similar discounts on the Samsung KU6670 4K HDR TVs. The 49-inch model can be yours for £699 while the super-size 55-incher is down to £849 at Currys

Samsung 4K TV: The 5-star Samsung UE55KS7000 4K HDR TV punches well above its weight and it's now down to £949 at Currys

Cheap 4K TV: If you're after a cheap 4K TV, Argos has discounted two options from Hitachi. It has a 48-inch model going for just £349.99 and a 55-inch version on sale for £449.99. Obviously these TV's aren't going to be leaders in picture quality but you can't argue with those prices at Currys

Cheap TV: This SEIKI 32-inch 720p TV is not an incredible home cinema TV by any means, but it'll do a job as a second screen and it's now down to £119.99 at Currys

LG 4K TV: Get Black Friday discounts on the LG UH850V series of 4K and HDR TVs. The 49-inch model is now down to £699 while the bigger 55-inch version is going for £899 at Currys


We'll continue updating the best deals over on our cheap TV deals page.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jon Porter is Techradar's UK Home Technology Writer covering everything from TVs to Hi-Fi, gaming and home automation. He's also super into keyboards, and I think we can all agree that the obsession has gone a little too far at this point.