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4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals 2021: what to expect

Samsung Q80T
(Image credit: Samsung)

4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals are coming. And they are likely to be some of the hottest property in all of sales and deals land this year, given the increase in demand for perfect PS5 and Xbox Series X companions.

The HDMI 2.1 connection that the latest generations of television has started to offer is what makes a TV one of the best 4K 120Hz TVs. This connection has enough bandwidth to run 4K resolutions in all their glory at a super quick 120Hz, or frames per minute rate. This will unlock the true potential of the new-gen consoles and allow some games (a library that will grow over time) to run incredibly smoothly and beautifully. This technological advancement, as well as the other developments in TV panel tech, is what makes 4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals incredibly enticing this year.

While contenders for the best TV for PS5 and Xbox Series X don't all have this spec at this moment in time - you can still get some absolute corkers that remain locked at the 60Hz refresh rate - this type of TV will soon become the default for the best gaming TVs. That's how important and defining a feature it is. Even the best QLED TVs and best OLED TVs will need that all-important HDMI 2.1 connection to truly embrace the technical step up to 4K @ 120Hz. 

So, while the best gaming monitors are the gaming screens for PC players nowadays (though the best PS5 monitors and best Xbox Series X monitors are worth a look for console owners) 4K 120Hz TVs are as specialised as it gets for those looking for a gaming-focused display that is still just a TV, and the upcoming Black Friday 4K 120Hz TV deals are going to be the best place to snap up a banging offering this year.

But remember, there'll be loads of different types of deals on displays this year with some of the best coming in the Black Friday PS5 TV deals, as well as the broader Black Friday PS5 deals and Black Friday Xbox Series X deals.

Where will the best 4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals be?

We think one of the best places to track the 4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals will be right here! However, we all know the likely candidates by now, and if you fancy having a poke around in those places then the below retailers are probably where most of the action will be.

will be a reliable first port of call for gaming tech
Best Buy: can price match, and will have great stock and variety
Samsung: get one of the best from one of the best direct
Newegg: a strong option in your hunt for a 4K 120Hz 4K TV
a big presence online and in bricks and mortar stores

likely to be your best bet throughout the sales period
Samsung: the maker's of the NeoQLED TVs offer premium 4k 120Hz TVs
Very: always a strong retailer for gaming-focused tech
a go-to place for the best and latest in TVs in the UK
Box: allows you to easily filter by HDMI 2.1 to browse your options neatly
Ebuyer: with its PC hardware focus, this retailer will be a go-to for monitors

When will 4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals start?

The big day of Friday, November 26 is closer than ever and this is the date you need to mark in your calendar. This is Black Friday itself and we think it will have the biggest and best cuts across 120Hz TVs. As always though, it's wise to be on the lookout from late October onwards, as retailers will always try and lengthen their deal periods to make early sales.

Should I wait for the 4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals to start?

At this point, in mid-October, yes, emphatically yes. TVs is where some of the biggest and best deals happen across all of Black Friday. So if you haven't pulled the trigger now, we'd say wait and ride it out until the full deal madness begins. It's likely that anything now will be beaten and we often see those more premium TVs' price tags get absolutely slashed down during the week of Black Friday.

4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals: what we expect to see

What with a whole raft of brand new 120Hz-capable 4K TVs being released this year from all the big players, the upcoming Black Friday 4K 120Hz TV deals are probably the best chance ever to get one at a vastly discounted price. It will be some of these series' and models' first-ever sales season so we should see some historic low prices - and that's off panels that came out only a matter of months ago! We're looking at you: Samsung QN95A/QN90A, LG C1, and LG G1, Sony A90J...

This also bodes well for some of our favourite 4K 120Hz TVs from previous ranges and lines. The Samsung Q80T, for example, which sits at the top of our guide for these TVs given the enormous bang for buck value and performance it offers, is likely to come crashing down in price now that it's no longer the flagship model or range. We suspect this could be the same for LG's CX and BX lines, too. We would have no worries or hesitations in recommending any of these, and we could see some seriously low prices on those models.


(Image credit: LG)

Today's best deals

If you're looking to really get your eye in now, we've listed off some of the current best 4K 120Hz TV Black Friday deals. These will be a good reference point for next month's sales bonanza but might even highlight a deal worth capitalising on now. Our price-finding tech always finds the latest prices wherever you are and will update automatically.

For more focused looks at the upcoming TV deals spectrum, check out our takes on the imminent Black Friday Samsung TV deals, Black Friday OLED TV deals, and Black Friday QLED TV deals

And for a broader look at the gaming display deals that will be on offer this year check out what to expect on Black Friday gaming monitors, the Black Friday curved monitor deals, and the Black Friday 4K monitor deals.

Rob Dwiar

I'm one of the Hardware Editors for GamesRadar+, and have been for nearly three years; I've also been a writer on games - freelancing and the like - for four or so years for the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. Day to day, I take care of a whole host of gaming tech reviews, buying guides, and news and deals content that pops up across GamesRadar+. I'm also a qualified landscape and garden designer so do that in my spare time, and use it to write about games' landscapes and environments too, including an upcoming book on the topic!