The best Black Friday TV deals that are still available for 4K, QLED and OLED TVs

Black Friday tv deals 2022
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Black Friday has officially ended, but a host of excellent Black Friday TV deals are still available. From small screens and 85-inch televisions to budget offerings and premium OLED/QLED choices, you'll find plenty of offers on models from LG, Samsung, Sony, and more on websites including Amazon, Currys, and John Lewis.

So, what are the best deals that are still doing the rounds right now? The best TV you can buy – the LG C2 OLED – is still on sale, starting from just £799 (opens in new tab). Meanwhile, Samsung's The Frame is still on offer for just £449 at Amazon (opens in new tab), representing a sizable 34% price drop on its 32-inch version.

If you're in the market for some spectacular sound to go with your new TV purchase, our Black Friday soundbar deals page is a great place to look for some remaining soundbar deals. But for now, let's get into the last remaining TV deals.

Black Friday TV sales: quick links

60-85 inch Black Friday TV deals

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LG A2 65-inch OLED 4K TV: was £1,699 now £1,299 at Currys (opens in new tab)
This is the cheapest 65-inch OLED available, so if you want the rich cinematic contrast of this premium screen tech for less, the A2 is ideal. To make it this price, it features less advanced processing than the LG C2, a slightly duller screen, and no HDMI 2.1 ports for next-gen gaming. But the precise colours and rich HDR are here – for movie lovers looking for high-end pictures for a mid-range price, it's excellent.

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Samsung BU8000 75-inch 4K TV: was £1,399 now £999 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A 75-inch TV for under £1000? What's not to love? The Samsung BU8000 obviously doesn't have quite the vibrancy of Samsung's higher-priced QLED TVs, but this is an exceptionally fair trade-off for this much TV real estate for less than a grand – especially as Samsung delivers some of the best bang for your buck if you're on a budget. The BU8000 has solid upscaling and virtual 3D surround sound. There's no HDMI 2.1 for new-gen gaming but ALLM is on hand to help with ultra-low lag.

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Samsung 85-Inch QN85B Neo QLED 4K TV: was £4,999 now £2,799 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
With a massive 44% saving, this Samsung 4K TV is something of a bargain. Its Quantum Matrix Technology means its picture quality is, well, quality in light and dark settings, while its Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ feature makes gaming sessions as crystal clear and crisp as they come. Add in that dynamic 3D sound, a 100Hz refresh rate, and 4K QLED resolution, and you're getting plenty of bang for your buck. Snap this one up ASAP.

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Sony Bravia 75-inch X95K 4K TV: was £3,999 now £2,999 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
You can save £1,100 on this Sony 4K TV right now at Amazon. The set's XR Mini LED display will show you images in as bright a detail as possible, with its Acoustic Multi-Audio feature brings richness and fullness to this TV's sound in equal measure. With Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode, and HDMI 2.1 support, it's perfect for those with a PlayStation 5, too.

50-59 inch Black Friday TV deals

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LG 55-inch CS series 4K OLED TV: was £979 now £847.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This great Amazon Black Friday deal is still going on LG's CS series OLED TV, which is basically the LG C2 but with the panel and design of LG C1. The set sports the company's latest a9 Gen 5 AI Processor, and has support for Dolby Vision IQ HDR and Dolby Atmos sound. With a native 120Hz display, it's also a great option for gaming, and LG packs in VRR, ALLM, G-SYNC, and AMD FreeSync Premium to round out the set's gamer-friendly features.

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Hisense U8G 55-inch QLED 4K TV: was £1,099 now £799 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is the cheapest this set has ever been. It uses mini-LED tech for dazzlingly high brightness – great for viewing during the day – and Dolby Vision HDR. There's Dolby Atmos sound support, as well as support for 4K 120Hz playback, so it's a great choice for gamers.

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Samsung QN90B 55-inch Neo QLED 4K TV: was £1299 now £999 at Currys (opens in new tab)
This deal sold out but has come back! If you've been keeping an eye on Samsung's latest impressive screen tech and were waiting on the time to pounce, it's now. The stylish QN90B delivers Samsung's best 4K QLED pictures of the year, and benefits from a stack of 2022 tech advancements. The local dimming of the backlight is effective, and the colours are exceptionally rich thanks to that Quantum Dot layer. The QN90B also has an impressive ultra viewing angle feature that means it looks great whatever angle you're sitting at – and it's a gamer's paradise, with full HDMI 2.1 support. It goes brighter than any OLED on the planet – at under £1000, this is an impressive deal.

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Philips PUS807 50-inch LED 4K HDR TV : was £679 now £549 at Currys (opens in new tab)
If you've always had an eye on the bright LEDs of Philips' Ambilight system, this 50-inch LED TV might be right up your colour-changing street. For just over £500 you're getting 3 sides of Ambilight that will match the action on screen, and just like most Philips TVs, you can make the most of every HDR format for all of your streaming services, including Dolby Vision and HDR10+. There are even two HDMI 2.1 ports for new-gen gaming at 120Hz – that's incredibly rare at this price.

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LG 55-inch QNED816 4K TV: was £1,149 now £699 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A 39% price cut on this LG 55-inch QNED TV gives gamers an opportunity to scoop up a cheap but great TV to use with their PS5. QNED is LG's way of saying the set has quantum dots for enhanced colour, and it also supports 4K 120Hz video input and VRR. LG's webOS platform provides streaming smarts, and you can also control the TV via Google Assistant and Alexa voice commands. Though it was £50 cheaper during Black Friday.

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Sony A80J 55-inch OLED TV: was £1,399 now £999 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
This TV from 2021 features Sony's phenomenal image processing, plus the rich colors and infinite contrast that OLED is famed for. It's also a 'Perfect for PlayStation' TV, meaning that not only supports the 4K 120Hz and VRR features of the next-gen console (as any TVs do), but also the Auto HDR Tone Mapping features, which make HDR gaming look even better. This is the cheapest it's ever been, and though it's an older TV, getting these kinds of features at 55 inches for under £1,000 makes it an excellent deal.

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Hisense A6BG 50-inch 4K LED TV: was £499 now £295.96 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Few other brands can compete with Hisense when it comes to balancing budget with features and functionality. This 2022 50-inch 4K TV comes with Dolby Vision HDR for you to enjoy Netflix and Disney Plus movies at their best, all from and an intuitive smart TV interface. The fact that 50 inches worth of TV is less than £300 is an incredible deal, and the extra £10 price cut since November 25 isn't to be sniffed at.

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Samsung 55-Inch QN85B Neo QLED 4K TV: was £1,799 now £929 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
With a super 48% saving, this Samsung 4K TV is an absolute steal at its current price. Its Quantum Matrix Technology means its picture quality is, well, quality in light and dark settings, while its Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ feature makes gaming sessions as crystal clear and crisp as they come. Add in that dynamic 3D sound, a 100Hz refresh rate, and 4K QLED resolution, and you're getting more bang for your buck. Snap this one up ASAP.

24-49 inch Black Friday TV deals

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TCL 32S5209 32-inch HDR TV: was £199 now £149 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Lots of 32-inch TVs have to do without the tech that makes bigger TVs great, but not this one. You get Android smart TV and HDR support, so it's easy to find things to watch, and they look better once you do. With these specs, £150 is a very competitive price – the 25% discount is about as good as it gets for TVs this cheap, anyway.

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LG A2 48-inch OLED 4K TV: was £1,299 now £652 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The LG A2 is the entry model of LG's OLED range so comes with a couple of caveats. While you'll still get excellent OLED picture quality with rich blacks and precise colour, the A2 doesn't have the ultra-bright LG Evo panel that was introduced in 2022. There's plenty still to love, though, especially at this price, which has had an extra £43 knocked off in recent days. This is a brilliant OLED TV with beautiful colour and picture quality, and a great operating system for streaming. Gamers will want to upgrade to the C2, however, for that all-important HDMI 2.1 support, which isn't present on the A2.  

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LG C2 48-inch OLED TV: was £1,399 now £899 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The world's best TV for most people (according to our review) is at its cheapest-ever price without any kind of extra voucher discount (which once made it £50 cheaper than this for a day). We don't know whether that price will return, but this is the best we've seen for it otherwise. It's a wonderful OLED TV, and is totally future-proofed, thanks to its great smart TV software and four advanced HDMI 2.1 port.

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Hisense A6BG 43-inch 4K LED TV: was £329 now £249 at Currys (opens in new tab)
A 43-inch 4K TV with Dolby Vision HDR for £250? Oh why not. Yet again, Hisense impresses with its functionality at a budget price point. While obviously this is no OLED panel, the A6BG also comes with support for HDR10+, so whichever streaming service you're watching, you'll be able to view in the best quality it can deliver. There are three HDMI 2.0 ports here and a game mode helps deliver ultra-low lag at 60Hz.

3 best TVs to watch out for

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Astounding image quality in a next-gen OLED screen


Screen size: 55-inch, 65-inch
Resolution: 4K
Panel Type: QD-OLED
Smart TV: Tizen

Reasons to buy

Incredible ultra-slim design
Ground-breaking picture quality
Surprisingly affordable

Reasons to avoid

No Dolby Vision support
New smart TV interface is a step back
Presets need tweaking

After years of rubbishing OLED, here's Samsung with an OLED TV. But it's no ordinary OLED. It's a quantum dot OLED with an incredible specification. As we said in our review, "we're looking a TV that has had the kitchen sink thrown at it, with Samsung's latest AI-inspired picture processor, a massively comprehensive and re-designed Tizen-based smart system, the latest gaming features, and even, despite the ultra-slim design, a clever object tracking sound audio system".

The QD-OLED panel delivers exceptionally bright and colorful images and comes with Samsung's Neural Quantum Processor, which draws on multiple neural networks to constantly optimise what you see on screen. It's great for upscaling HD content to 4K, and it means class-leading HDR performance too.

Samsung released its first OLED TV at a price that undercut Sony's version which uses the same QD-OLED panel, and its cost has since dropped at times by over $1,000 from list. We wouldn't expect to see much deeper discounts than what's already been made available, but that prospect is certainly worth tracking during Black Friday.

Read more: Samsung S95B review

The LG C2 oled tv is easily one of the best 4K TVs money can buy.

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The best 4K TV for most people


Screen size: 42-inch, 48-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch, 83-inch
Resolution: 4K
Panel type: OLED
Smart TV: webOS
HDR: HDR, HLG, Dolby Vision

Reasons to buy

Beautiful 4K/HDR picture
Four HDMI 2.1 ports
WebOS is fantastic

Reasons to avoid

Lack of cable management
No HDR10+ support

The LG C2 OLED holds the top spot on our list of the best TVs in 2022. That's due to a number of improvements LG has made to this year's model compared to the LG C1 OLED. 

Improvements for 2022 include the new Alpha a9 Gen 5 processor, which is designed to offer better object enhancement and dynamic tone mapping than its predecessor. In addition to those improvements, the C2 OLED carries forward the four separate HDMI 2.1 ports that it inherited from the C1 OLED, meaning it's the perfect companion for the PS5Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

The C2 has already seen some steep discounts from its initial list price at all screen sizes over the course of 2022. We expect to witness the best deals yet happen during Black Friday, so this TV should be at the top of your watch list.

Read the full LG C2 OLED review

Samsung BU8500 TV

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The best budget 4K TV: great quality for a low, low price


Screen size: 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch
Resolution: 4K
Panel type: LED LCD
Smart TV: Tizen

Reasons to buy

Impressive 4K picture quality
Slim and attractive design

Reasons to avoid

No Dolby Vision HDR
Sound is hard and thin

The Samsung BU8500 really impressed us with how poised and capable it is for 4K images for the price, despite lacking flashy technology such as QLED or mini-LED. It's great with 4K detail, and contrast is good thanks to Samsung's smart Dual LED backlight.

Samsung's Tizen smart TV software is packed with useful streaming and catch-up services, so it's easy to find what you want to watch. The overall spec is all hard to argue with for the price, from the number of HDMI ports to the HDR10 support.

It comes in a big range of sizes too, and it's a super-cheap way get a bigger screen that still looks good when it's massive. If you do that, we'd recommend getting a soundbar though – the audio struggles to hit the same scale as the pictures.

Read the full Samsung BU8500 review

3 pro tips for buying a TV on Black Friday

1.  Last year's TVs saw big discounts in 2022

While it was possible to get a great deal on new TV during Black Friday proper, the displays that saw the deepest discounts are models that are left over from last year. Many of these sets have features equivalent to 2022 models and, in some cases, similar performance, so we wouldn’t hesitate to scoop up such deals if they're still floating around.

The main issue with buying an older model TV on Black Friday is that the inventory is typically much more limited, so you may want to consider making a purchase in as soon as you can to nab the specific set you want.

2. Look at sites other than Amazon 

Amazon has managed to make itself the main portal for Black Friday TV deals, but the truth is that Currys, John Lewis, and other sites can offer equivalent or even better bargains. You may want to start your search on Amazon to get the lay of the land deal-wise, and then pop over to the other sites listed above in our Today’s best TV sales section to see if they beat it. 

Black Friday deal-making is a dynamic process that unfolds over a number of days, so it will pay to track several sites during the course of the week leading up to Cyber Monday and the days after when deals are still around.

3. Check to see if the TV is refurbished 

If you spot a post Black Friday TV deal that looks too good to be true, chances are it’s a refurbished or open-box unit. While it’s entirely possible to get a perfectly good, fully functional open-box TV, there’s also a higher chance there will be a problem than with a direct-from-the-factory unit. Returning TVs, especially at bigger screen size, like 65 inches and up, is a major hassle, so you’ll want to consider if that great deal is worth the risk.

Black Friday TV deals 2022: our predictions


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When will the best Black Friday TV deals start in 2022?

Black Friday is over for another year and many deals have been and gone, but there are still lots of deals available - we’re rounding them up on our best TV deals page.

Original answer: It's harder to predict this year. Overall, we’re still expecting most of the best Black Friday TV deals to arrive in the week leading up to Black Friday on November 26, and for those offers to last through to Cyber Monday, unless stock runs out. 

However, there are record-low prices already on some of the best TVs in the world. And the risk of waiting until the end of November is that you miss out: the best Black Friday TV deals can sell out in minutes, and once the sets are gone, they're gone. So if you’re tempted by any of the early offers here, know that you're getting excellent value for money.

Where will the best TV Black Friday deals be?

If you're looking for some last-minute deals, then Amazon is a great source for TVs, consistently holding a wide range of stock covering everything from cheap 4K TVs to stunning 75-inch OLED sets, and if you have Amazon Prime you can often get next-day delivery. John Lewis is also one of our top go-to destinations for the lowest TV prices. Here are our top recommendations: 

Amazon: TVs starting under £139 (opens in new tab) 4K TVs from £249 (opens in new tab)
Argos: TVs from just £89 (opens in new tab)
Currys: huge range of deals live now (opens in new tab)
John Lewis: TV plus soundbar bundles (opens in new tab)
Very: Black Friday sale on the big brands (opens in new tab)

What can we learn from last year?

Last year TV prices fall gradually in October and November, with the biggest discounts arriving in the days before Black Friday. That’s a pattern data analyst Adobe recorded in its Holiday Shopping Report (opens in new tab), too, and broadly speaking we expect to see a similar trend happening again in 2022, with more TVs at lower prices at the end of November than at the start. As the graph shows, TV prices actually dropped a little further again once the Cyber Monday TV deals started, and it's possible this may happen again.

TV holiday sales chart from last year

Sales chart from Adobe's holiday shopping report. (Image credit: Adobe)
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But this year has already been a good one for TV deals. Discounts started earlier than usual in 2022, thanks to LG getting new OLED TV competition from Samsung, plus an oversupply of LCD panels as TV makers pulled back on production following market forecasts. Plus, retailers are likely to need to work even harder this year to encourage people to spend while inflation is high, which may mean even better deals are on the way.

So what's the verdict? If you plan on buying on price alone - as opposed to seeking out a specific brand or model - then there's good reason to wait for the Black Friday TV sales to start. That's when you’ll see the best deals of the year starting on more mainstream, lower-priced sets. If you have a specific set in mind, though, we'd highly recommend grabbing it when you see a price you're happy with - because that price might not return. 

What Black Friday TV deals will there be in 2022?

We tracked Back Friday TV discounts of up to $1,000 off higher-end sets from brands like Samsung and Sony last year. There’s no reason why this year should be any different, and we expect to see new low prices for top OLED models from LG and Samsung, with smart TVs starting from $89 at the budget end.

There shoud be plenty of opportunities to save a few hundred dollars or so on more premium and bigger-screen models. Higher-end OLED TVs from brands like LG, Sony, and Samsung have all seen significant price drops over the past few months – Samsung’s 65-inch S95B QD-OLED model, for instance, has been reduced in price by over $1,000. In some cases, those prices bounced back up, but many have dropped again and we expect to see them at least match record lows for Black Friday.

In mid-September, Samsung ran a “Discover Samsung” promotion, offering discounts of up to $1,700 off its 2022 Neo QLED models. This presumably was an effort to steal some Black Friday thunder preemptively, but it also signals that Samsung’s flagship mini-LED TVs will be heavily discounted over  Black Friday and the general holiday season.

Mainstream QLED and regular LCD TVs from makers like TCL, Vizio, and Hisense, all traditionally see strong discounts on Black Friday, and we expect that trend to continue in 2022. And many of the best Black Friday TV deals will be for mainstream sets made by budget brands - such as Best Buy house brand Insignia and Amazon’s own Fire TVs, which lack some of the features found in higher-performance sets but offer great value for money.

You can find more bargains on bigger sets in our Black Friday 70-inch TV deals and Black Friday 85-inch TV deals guide. You can also find more premium displays with our Black Friday OLED TV deals roundup.

Matt Bolton
Managing Editor, Entertainment

Matt is TechRadar's Managing Editor for Entertainment, meaning he's in charge of persuading our team of writers and reviewers to watch the latest TVs and movies on gorgeous TVs and listen to fantastic speakers and headphones. It's a tough task, as you can imagine. Matt has over a decade of experience in tech publishing, and previously ran the TV & audio coverage for our colleagues at, and before that he edited T3 magazine. During his career, he's also contributed to places as varied as Creative Bloq, PC Gamer, PetsRadar, MacLife, and Edge. TV and movie nerdism is his speciality, and he goes to the cinema three times a week. He's always happy to explain the virtues of Dolby Vision over a drink, but he might need to use props, like he's explaining the offside rule.

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