There are many great Black Friday TV deals out there, so get them before they're gone! This is the day when retailers will be pulling out all the stops to release the very best deals, so expect even bigger price drops on the hottest TVs around.
Don't worry though - that might sound ominous but you won't have to sort through all those deals yourself. We're right here, rounding up the best Black Friday TV deals we can see, making sure you're getting a great deal rather than a small saving.
With 'next-gen' well and truly bedded in, a Black Friday TV deal can really bring your PS5 or Xbox Series X to life as much as one of the Black Friday gaming deals. Add to that major sporting events like the World Cup and the upcoming Super Bowl in early 2023, and this could be a fantastic time to get more from your TV, for less.
We're going to be rounding up the best Black Friday TV deals on this very page, so check out the links and picks of the bunch below and get stuck in!
Black Friday TV deals in the US
- Amazon: Insignia 4K TVs from just $249.99 (opens in new tab)
- Samsung: Save up to $2,500 on exquisite NeoQLED TVs! (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy: Get a massive $800 off select OLED TVs (opens in new tab)
- Walmart: Pick up a 50-inch VIZIO 4K TV for just $298 (opens in new tab)
- B&H Photo: Significant savings on all TVs including $200 off the LG C2 (opens in new tab)
LG G1 OLED TV | 55-inch |
$1,399.99 $1,189.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $210 - This is a tremendous price on LG's top model from last year and a second-lowest ever price. Giving you one of the best pictures going, this is a deal great for any use. Remember you'll have to buy the stand separately though.
LG C2 OLED TV | 65-inch |
$1,747.05 $1,696.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $90 - The currently listed saving doesn't look so impressive, but this TV was retailing for around $2,500 just six months ago, so bear that in mind along with the fact that this is its lowest price ever.
Samsung QN90B 4K TV | 65-inch |
$2,299.99 $1,599.99 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save $700 - By going direct to Samsung, you can get some of the best prices we've seen on this year's TVs from the tech giant. And this is one such deal: the flagship NeoQLED model with a massive $700 off.
TCL Class 3-Series HD TV | 32-inch |
$229.99 $138 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $91 - If you're looking for a budget option, this is definitely worth considering. This can't compete with some of the 4K, OLED giants elsewhere on this list, but at less than $140 (and its lowest-ever price) it could be the perfect fit for smaller setups.
Samsung The Frame QLED 4K TV | 55-inch |
$1,499.99 $999.99 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save $500 - This QLED TV from Samsung is dubbed "The Frame" for its ability to turn into a digital art frame when in standby mode, and the fact that it can be easily mounted onto a wall. There's a huge 33% discount on the 55-inch model, though all other screen sizes also have reductions available to go bigger or smaller.
Amazon Fire TV 4K UHD TV | 43-inch |
$369.99 $209.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $160; lowest ever price - This 43-inch Amazon Fire TV is now one to jump on at this price, down an extra $20 from earlier in the week. If you're after a budget 4K TV ahead of the sales madness then this is a solid pick at under $210.
Sony A95K QD-OLED 4K TV | 65-inch |
$3,999.99 $2,998 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $1,002; lowest ever price - This incredible price remains on the brilliant A95K. If you've been holding out for a big discount on what is widely accepted as the best TV of 2022 then this more than $1000 discount is worth jumping on right now.
Samsung Q80B QLED 4K | 65-inch |
$1,199.99 $999.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $200 - Best Buy is offering a $200 saving on this excellent QLED TYV from the 2022 lineup. Good enough on its own, but consider bundling up: the retailer is also offering a $520 reduction on a bundle (opens in new tab) with this TV that gets you a Samsung soundbar with Dolby Atmos.
LG QNED80 TV | 65-inch |
$896.99 $796.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $100 - This is the lowest price we've seen on an underrated LG TV. It was as high as $1,296.99 earlier in this year so a 500-dollar drop from that price is exceptional value.
Sony X91J | 85-inch |
$2,799.99 $1,699.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $1,100 - This is a belter of a deal and one of the best prices on a quality 85-inch TV that we've seen in months. Marked as clearance, this is still an excellent TV from last year's Sony range and is a cracking go-big-or-go-home solution this winter.
LG B2 OLED 4K UHD | 77-inch |
$2,899.99 $1,999.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $900 - Coming from LG's excellent 2022 range of TVs but a little bit down the totem pole (the C- and G-series TVs always hog the headlines) this is a terrific deal on a big TV for those looking to go large this year.
Black Friday TV deals in the UK
- Amazon: LG OLED A2 TVs at nearly half price and more (opens in new tab)
- Samsung: Save up to £700 on the new S95B QD-OLED TV and more (opens in new tab)
- Currys: LG 4K TVs from just £329 and much more (opens in new tab)
- John Lewis: Early deals include the Sony A80J for a record low (opens in new tab)
- Box: Savings up and down lines including a Hisense A6BG for just £249 (opens in new tab)
Sony Bravia A80J 4K TV | 55-inch |
£1,399 £999 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Save £400 - Classed as 'reduced to clear' this is an excellent (and lowest ever) price for an excellent TV. Even though it's from last year, this still has all the Sony OLED bells and whistles and specs to future-proof you for a good long while.
Hisense A6BG 4K TV | 43-inch |
£329 £249 at Box (opens in new tab)
Save £80 - If you're on the hunt for a value-busting 4K TV that will be a brilliant performer for sports, movies, games, and more, then this price is very tempting for a 43-inch model.
Samsung S95B QD-OLED 4K TV | 65-inch |
£2,399 £1,799 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save £600 - This is a huge discount on the largest size of the brand new quantum dot OLED TV from Samsung. The picture quality is almost literally peerless and it still offers that beautiful colour quality and brightness Samsung panels are known for.
LG UQ7500 4K TV | 43-inch |
£379 £319 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £60 - This is a great little price on a quality mid-sized TV that will get you some LG goodness without breaking the bank. It's down an extra £10 on what we've seen so far, so although it's not quite its lowest price so this might be one to favourite and bookmark over the sales period.
LG C2 OLED 4K TV | 55-inch |
£1,269 £1,149 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £120 - This has just ducked below its lowest-ever price. It's only just there, but it's still a best-ever price - exceptional value for one of 2022's best TVs. And if you're keen, you can add another voucher for £100 off currently!
Sony A95K QD-OLED 4K TV | 65-inch |
£3,499 £2,795 at Box (opens in new tab) + FREE £50 e-voucher
Save £704; lowest-ever price - We know this awesome TV is available at most places online in the UK, but the best deal on the 55-incher we've seen is this one at Box. You're saving money, getting a record-low price that's £100 lower than the already-impressive deal from earlier this week, and also bagging a 50-quid voucher!
Sony A95K QD-OLED 4K TV | 55-inch |
£2,699 £2,095 at Box (opens in new tab) + FREE £50 e-voucher
Save £604; another lowest ever price - A similar deal is on the larger 65-inch model where you can make the most of a lowest ever price, but also bag that neat little £50 voucher. Just like the deal above, there's also a bonus £100 off compared to the same offer earlier this week.
Samsung Q80B 4K QLED | 55-inch |
£999 £789 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save £210 - This is a better-than-ever saving on a 2022 QLED model. 55-inch TVs can be a real sweet spot between affordability and a large screen size. This deal saves you £210 on a high-quality 55-inch panel, so in our opinion this is one of the best Black Friday Samsung TV deals so far.
LG 50UQ80006LB 4K TV | 50-inch |
£479 £399 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £80 - This is a neat little deal at Very and bags you a solid 50-incher for under the 400-quid mark. This TV might not be as well known as others from LG, but it channels a lot of the same pedigree.
LG 65NANO766QA 4K TV | 65-inch |
£749.99 £699.99 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Save £50 - If you're looking to squeeze as much TV into your budget this year then this 65-inch LG beast is a great shout. A smallish saving but a whole lot of good screen for you 700 quid.
When will Black Friday TV deals begin?
Black Friday TV deals are well and truly here! Retailers go early, we know, but now that we're in the week of Black Friday itself, we are seeing the best deals of the lot right now. That means there's a lot to sift through but you can get your trigger finger ready as the best deals are live with us right now.
Black Friday TV deals: what do we expect
It'll be chaos, we think - but in a good way. Black Friday TV deals will be far-reaching, covering all the niches across the size, quality, and price spectrums.
And with another year under our belts, things will look even rosier. The factor of passing time means - along with generational gaps between a lot of TV models (not all, though) being quite small - there really are going to be some quality offerings from 2021, and maybe 2020, lines, as well as the most recent models.
To get specific, we've already seen the 2022 LG A2 take a $500 discount down to its lowest-ever price in October. This is a perfect example of a sales event bringing a record low on one of this year's models, but also on a TV that is well-placed in the middle of the pack - if you're not chasing the absolute best of the best, then discounts on these TVs can be ideal.
Expect there to be plenty of action on the entry-level 4K TVs from the likes of Insignia and TCL, for example, as well as on Amazon Fire TVs. The 50-inch Omni model received its record lowest-ever price last Black Friday dropping by nearly $200 and has been on sale, again, in the recent Prime event.
We'd also keep a close eye on LG's C-range and G-range of OLED TVs. Every year we see price cuts on these in the autumn and winter. As a specific example, we saw a new lowest-ever price on the 65-inch C1 ($1,496.99, down from $2,499.99) last month so we'd expect to see similar deals next month too. We've also seen some recent lowest-ever prices on the brand-new Samsung S95B and Sony A95K, which sport awesome QD-OLED tech. Seeing these prices drop by up to 33% and 13% respectively in last month's Prime Day sales event has us expecting to see at least the same again - if not a nudge more.
Is it worth waiting for the Black Friday TV deals?
Ah, the inevitable question of when to pull the trigger. But in reality, the sheer scale and allure of the Black Friday TV deals mean that, yes, you should absolutely be waiting for the sales to arrive before committing to a new television. This is absolutely the best time of year to get a cracking TV for a greatly reduced price - the discounts are typically never deeper than Black Friday.
The small caveat to that is once we get into November we will see retailers going early with their Black Friday prices - if you can get this guaranteed (i.e. if it does go lower over the day itself then the retailer will pay you back the difference) then it might be a good idea to go just before the madness begins.
How much can I save with a Black Friday TV deal?
A great question! And the absolutely-not-a-copout answer is: it depends! You can see astronomical saving of up to 50% sometimes though these usually get quite specific, almost niche. Think of 75-inch (and larger) 8K TVs - though that's not to dismiss them as that would be great value. This epitomises the fact that the bigger they are, the harder they fall concept behind Black Friday TV deals: those with higher MSRPs often come down the furthest.
Away from that 'extreme' though, a lot more common discounts are going to be in the 20% (ish) range meaning a $500 TV could go to about $400 but a $2,000 TV could drop to an attractive $2,600 - or even push to the $2,500 at that point.
The best thing to do is to keep abreast of the price cuts as they happen to know exactly how much deals might change by, and to also make sure you're tracking prices too to have a more bird's eye view of somethings price.
Where will the best Black Friday TV deals be?
This page right here will be a great reference point for you in your search for the best Black Friday TV deals as we'll be keeping close tabs on everything as the event progresses. However, we all know it'll be the usual suspects playing the game, so here are the best links if you want to bookmark, check now, or go it alone in your search.
Amazon: Should always be the first place to check for TV deals (opens in new tab)
Samsung: Likely to promote the 2022 line of NeoQLED TVs hard (opens in new tab)
Best Buy: Deep discounts on every kind of TV (opens in new tab)
Walmart: A massive selection available and always embraces discounts (opens in new tab)
B&H Photo: Significant savings across all lines (opens in new tab)
Amazon: Some great discounts up and down the price spectrum (opens in new tab)
Samsung: The new NeoQLED televisions are going to be ones to watch (opens in new tab)
Currys: Always has great stock and sometimes bundles too (opens in new tab)
John Lewis: Perennially popular for TVs given the generous guarantees (opens in new tab)
Box: Has great filtering options and prices with free vouchers (opens in new tab)
If you're looking for more specialist or niche screens this winter, then check out our guides to the upcoming Black Friday QD-OLED deals, 120Hz 4K TV Black Friday, Black Friday QLED TV deals, and Black Friday OLED TV deals.
Or if your search is going to be more brand-focused, then we've got you covered there too: head over to swot up on the latest info on the Black Friday Sony TV deals, Black Friday Samsung TV deals, and Black Friday LG TV deals.