Black Friday TV deals 2023: deals still available on Samsung, Hisense and more

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Black Friday 2023 has come and gone, but this year's TV-specific Black Friday deals continue at retailers including Amazon, Currys, AO, Argos and John Lewis. We're seeing deep discounts being offered on OLED, QLED, and mini-LED TVs in a wide range of sizes, and a number of these sales will carry on into next week to become Cyber Monday deals.

Many of these sets rank on our list of the best TVs. The award-winning Samsung S90C, for instance, is down to a record-low price, as are several LG OLEDs and Samsung QLED TVs, while cheaper models such as the Samsung CU8000 or award-winning Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED are also proving the subject of some fantastic deals.

So, whatever your budget, there's something tempting available, and below, you'll find our pick of the best Black Friday TV deals still available. Happy bargain-hunting!

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Hisense 75-inch E7KQ 4K QLED TV: was

Hisense 75-inch E7KQ 4K QLED TV: was £999 now £849 at AO
A 75-inch TV for under £850 is already an eye-catching deal, but the Hisense E7K also has a QLED display for brighter images and also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. It also has a dedicated Game mode to get the most out of your gaming. It may not be the best 75-inch TV on the market, but it's well-equipped and definitely a big-screen bargain. 

Best Black Friday TV deals under £500

Hisense A6K 43-inch 4K TV: was

Hisense A6K 43-inch 4K TV: was £429 now £249 at Currys
If you're looking for a budget TV for your general everyday viewing then Currys has a good selection of Hisense TVs at very affordable prices. We think the best value options are at the lower end, such as this super-cheap 43-inch option, which is great for bang for your buck. There's support for 4K resolution, voice controls and access to all the major streaming apps.

Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED 50-inch: was

Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED 50-inch: was £649.99 now £449.99
This has previously been £399, so it may drop again – but Amazon promises an instant refund of the difference if it does, so feel free to buy today and hope you get some back! Even if it stays at this price, it's still a solid deal for a 50-inch 4K TV that gives strong picture quality with Dolby Vision IQ HDR, VRR and ALLM next-gen gaming features, and the Fire TV smart TV platform. 

Hisense A7K 55-inch QLED TV: was

Hisense A7K 55-inch QLED TV: was £699 now £478 at Currys
A great-size TV for most living rooms, with the punchy colours and brightness of QLED. This is also nice for gaming, thanks to support for variable refresh rate tech on next-gen consoles. This is a great price for any QLED TV at this size, but Hisense always over-delivers on rich picture quality on cheaper TVs.

Toshiba 50-inch 4K QLED Fire TV: was

Toshiba 50-inch 4K QLED Fire TV: was £379 now £299 at Argos
QLED display technology is usually reserved for the most expensive TVs so it's a rare find for under £300. That's why this Toshiba Fire TV is such a great deal as it offers improved brightness, contrast and colours for better overall picture quality, giving you a more premium image for a fraction of the price. And with the Fire OS built-in, you get easy access to top streaming apps and handy voice controls through Alexa.

JVC CR230 32-inch Roku TV: was

JVC CR230 32-inch Roku TV: was £249 now £139 at Currys
We are about to review a JVC 32-inch Roku TV, though we'll say up front that you shouldn't expect a cinematic wonderland from an HD TV at this size and price (although it does support HDR, which is nice) – but what we really rate here is the smart TV software. Roku TV is excellent: it's easy to use, it's intuitive, and it supports all the key streaming services. This TV also has three HDMI ports, which not all cheap TVs do at this size; many just have two. So if you want a small TV that's won't give you connection headaches and has all the smart viewing options you could want, here you go!

Samsung CU8500 43-inch 4K TV: was

Samsung CU8500 43-inch 4K TV: was £649 now £379 with half-price soundbar offer at Very
This TV is essentially the same as the Samsung CU8000, which got a positive review from us for its rich colours and excellent 4K detail, plus its strong smart TV software. The really juicy deal here is not only the TV, but that Very is offering a half-price Samsung soundbar with it. We'd recommend the Samsung HT-C430 (£199 at Very), which is the right size for this 43-inch TV, and would cost just £99 with this deal, so you'd pay under £500 for both the TV and a big, powerful audio upgrade. Details of this offer are in the TV's description page on Very.

Hisense A4K 32-inch HD TV: was

Hisense A4K 32-inch HD TV: was £249 now £158 at AO
Looking for a small TV that still delivers strong picture quality? This Hisense TV has a direct backlight, which means brighter images and better contrast than many cheaper TVs. Wide viewing angles should also make it good for rooms like the kitchen, where you won't view it from a central position all the time.

Best Black Friday deals between £500-£1000

Hisense 75-inch E7KQ 4K QLED TV: was

Hisense 75-inch E7KQ 4K QLED TV: was £999 now £849 at AO
A 75-inch TV for under £850 is already an eye-catching deal, but the Hisense E7K also has a QLED display for brighter images and also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. It also has a dedicated Game mode to get the most out of your gaming. It may not be the best 75-inch TV on the market, but it's well-equipped and definitely a big-screen bargain. 

TCL QM8B 55-inch mini-LED TV: was

TCL QM8B 55-inch mini-LED TV: was £799 now £649 at Amazon
A good-size TV with mini-LED for ultra-bright images and better contrast, for under £700? This is quite the value package, especially since it comes with QLED tech for richer colours, and 4K 120Hz and VRR support for gaming. We haven't tested this variant of this model, but given how good TCL's bang for the buck is in its mini-LED TVs generally, it looks like a great deal.

Samsung 55-inch Neo QLED QN85C: was

Samsung 55-inch Neo QLED QN85C: was £1,299 now £898 at Currys
The Samsung QN85C is the entry level Neo QLED TV (mini-LED) in Samsung's' 2023 range, brining bright mini-LED technology for less. Featuring 'infinite' contrast and four HDMI 2.1 ports, the QN85C is a fantastic choice for both movies and gaming. There's a lot of budget mini-LED competition around, but for under £900, this is a serious contender.

Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED 65-inch: was

Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED 65-inch: was £999.99 now £699.99 at Amazon
With £300 off, this a very impressive TV for the price. This isn't the cheapest we've seen it, because it hit £679.99 in the summer, but it's close. If you're buying today, it's still excellent bang for your buck. At this low price, you get strong picture quality with Dolby Vision IQ HDR, VRR and ALLM next-gen gaming features, and the Fire TV smart TV platform.

Samsung Q80C 50-inch QLED TV: was

Samsung Q80C 50-inch QLED TV: was £1,299 now £689 at Amazon
This impressive mid-range TV from Samsung delivers bright and rich images for watching movies and sport even during bright daylight, with tons of detail and great motion handling. This isn't ideal for gamers (it doesn't support 120Hz gaming or VRR at 50 inches, despite what Amazon's listing says), but it looks ideal for anyone who wants premium image quality at a medium size.

LG 42-inch C3 OLED TV: was

LG 42-inch C3 OLED TV: was £1,499 now £889 at PRC Direct
The LG C3 is a jack-of-all-trades TV that has excellent picture quality, great gaming capabilities and performance and is available in a wide array of sizes. Perfect for almost any environment and situation, the C3 provides excellent value for its price. This is an absolute steal for a fantastic TV. 

Samsung 50-inch QN90C QLED 4K TV: was

Samsung 50-inch QN90C QLED 4K TV: was £1,799 now £889 at Amazon
Seeking an alternative to Samsung's pricier flagship mini-LED TVs? The QN90C is a superb value, especially at half price. In our Samsung QN90C TV review, we found it has a fine variety of features (despite a lack of Dolby Vision HDR), a great anti-glare display suitable for viewing in well-lit rooms, and deem it excellent for gaming with an impressively low input lag. It was £10 cheaper a couple of days ago, but you can probably live with that.

Philips PML9008 55-inch 4K TV: was

Philips PML9008 55-inch 4K TV: was £799 now £679 at AO
This is a great price for a mini-LED TV with high-end picture processing and top tech including 4K 120Hz gaming – especially because it includes Philips' unique Ambilight tech, with uses LEDs around the TV's edges to spread light matching what's happening on-screen over the walls. It's genuinely great. This price is for AO members only, but the non-member price is only £20 more.

Best Black Friday TV deals over £1,000

Samsung 55-inch S90C QD-OLED TV: was

Samsung 55-inch S90C QD-OLED TV: was £2,099 now £1,099 at PRC Direct
The Samsung S90C finds itself at the top of the best OLED TVs list, offering the stunning picture, gaming performance and sound quality of its more premium sibling the Samsung S95C, but for a fraction of the cost. You get everything you'll need in a TV with this one and with a 40% discount, this is an absolute bargain for one of the best TVs around.

Hisense 65-inch U8K 4K mini-LED TV: was

Hisense 65-inch U8K 4K mini-LED TV: was £1,599 now £1,299 at AO.com
The Hisense U8K offers bright, mini-LED picture and 144hz gaming refresh rate for a lower price than other big brand mini-LED TVs. It still has stunning black levels despite higher peak brightness to keep movie fans happy and although it does suffer from backlight blooming, it's hard to argue with the value of the U8K. £1,299 is a bargain for this TV.

LG C3 48-inch 4K OLED TV: was

LG C3 48-inch 4K OLED TV: was £1,599 now £1,049 at Reliant
The LG C3 is one of the most versatile OLED TVs available, with extensive gaming features, great picture quality and available in wide array of sizes from 42-83-inch for any situation. We've seen the 48-inch C3 at £1,049 at Reliant, which is its lowest ever price. Grab this one while you can, as it's sure to go quick.

LG 55-inch G3 4K OLED TV: was

LG 55-inch G3 4K OLED TV: was £2,599 now £1,559 at AO.com
Member-only Price
A slim, elegant TV designed to be wall-mounted, the LG G3 is LG's brightest ever OLED thanks to MLA technology. Vivid colors and rich contrast combine to create a stunning picture. The G3 also has all the gaming features you could need as well. To get this deal, you need to sign up to AO's membership, which is £39 a year. If you don't want to, non-member price is £1,579 which is in line with other retailers.

Samsung 65-inch Neo QLED QN85C: was

Samsung 65-inch Neo QLED QN85C: was £2,099 now £1,398 at Currys
The Samsung QN85C is the entry level Neo QLED TV (mini-LED) in Samsung's' 2023 range, brining bright mini-LED technology for less. Featuring 'infinite' contrast and four HDMI 2.1 ports, the QN85C is a fantastic choice for both movies and gaming. There's a lot of budget mini-LED competition around such as the Hisense U8K, but if you're a Samsung fan, this is a great deal. 

TCL 98-inch P745 4K TV: was

TCL 98-inch P745 4K TV: was £2,999 now £1,999 at Hughes
If you're looking for a monster screen, the TCL P745 is available in a giant 98-inch size for £1,999. Featuring a direct-lit LED panel, the P745 is packed with plenty of features such as Dolby Vision support, HDMI 2.1 with up to 144Hz refresh rate, VRR, FreeSync Premium and ALLM capabilities. Despite a budget price for the size, the TCL doesn't compromise on features. 

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Where are the best Black Friday TV deals?

Amazon is always a great destination for Black Friday TV deals, and the same applies to Cyber Monday deals. It stocks a wide range of brands and models including the company’s own affordably priced Amazon-branded Fire TVs. Amazon also stocks TVs in screen sizes ranging from 32 inches up to 85 inches and above, so there are options to appeal to all tastes and needs. Beyond Amazon, Currys and AO are two of our go-to destinations for the best TV deals. Here are our top recommendations: 

Amazon: deals on Amazon and Samsung TVs
AO.com: extra savings for members
Argos: TVs from under £200
Currys: up to £700 off 4K TVs
John Lewis: save up to £300 on Samsung, Sony & more
Very: several soundbar bundles