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The best US 4K TV deals if you want to buy an LED, OLED or QLED display

The best US Black Friday 4K TV deals on LED, QLED and OLED

There are loads of great 4K TVs bargains this Black Friday weekend, and we're expecting even more discounts when the Cyber Monday 4K TV deals (opens in new tab) go live. To save you the headache of trying to sort through all those price reductions yourself, we've found the best US 4K TV deals on offer right now. Figuring out the true variance in quality between LED, QLED, or OLEDs displays - and which 4K TV deal offers true value for money - can be difficult, but we're here to help.

Being 4K, all of these TVs are a big improvement on 1080p. When you're thinking about image quality, the best is LED, with QLED and OLED coming a close second and third. Any of these will look ridiculously good when you're using them with one of our PS4 Pro bundles (opens in new tab) or with the Xbox One X, or if you're more of a movie fanatic they'll let you see every pore when you're rewatching your favourite bingeworthy series for the fourth time. We've used the reviews from major tech sites to bring you the very best US 4K TV deals, so rest assured you're looking at the best offers right here. 

Cheapest 4K TV

JVC 49" LT-49MA875 Class 4K UHD $499.99 $249.99 (opens in new tab)
You won't find a better 4K TV at this price for your Xbox One X or PS4 Pro. In fact, you won't find any 4K TV worth owning for sub-$250. JVC's set isn't top-of-the-range, but packs in HDR, 4K UHD support and Chromecast (for streaming). It's not a true Smart TV with full app support… but for $249.99, awww, c'mon.

Best Bargain 4K TV

Vizio 50" Class LED E-Series (2160p) $439.99 $399.99 (opens in new tab)
You'll find cheaper 4K TVs with bigger discounts this Black Friday, but Vizio's E-Series are superior performers - and genuine value. CNET hails the E-Series as the 'cheapest home-theater worthy TV' thanks to its impressive full-array local dimming feature.


LG 55" OLED55C8PUA w/AI ThinQ $2799.99 $1696.99 (opens in new tab)
If your budget allows, this is the 4K TV we recommend above all others, awarded an incredible 8.8/10 from tech site who loved its 'perfect blacks' and 'instantaneous response times'. You won't find a better TV for gaming, movies or HDR. Period.


Samsung QN55Q6FN Class 4K QLED TV $1499 $997.99 (opens in new tab)
Samsung's QLED looks almost as good as any (more expensive) OLED screen, with brighter colors offsetting a slight loss in subtlety. This is an elegant, critically-lauded, 4K TV with Samsung's smart 'invisible wires' cable box and ambient mode, which allows the screen to blend with the wall behind. At $997.99, it's a steal.


VIZIO P65-E1 P-Series XLED (Certified Refurb) $1200 $934.89 (opens in new tab)
If you want more screen inches for your cash, then Vizio's P-Series is hailed as 'the TV to buy' when it comes to excellent picture quality at a killer price, by TLDR: it's nigh-on QLED quality, but has been so popular, the full price version is out of stock. The link above is for a 90-day guaranteed certified refurbished (opens in new tab) set, but at a welcome $265.11 saving.

Don't want a refurbed set? Then Amazon has a 55 inch Vizio P-Series (2017) for $985 (opens in new tab) - but there's only 5 left in stock!

Naturally, there are hundreds of 4K TVs on offer this Black Friday and most present a significant upgrade on Full HD (1080p) displays. If you're looking for some background reading before investing in a UHD TV, you could check out our guide to the best 4K TV under $500 (opens in new tab) or  - for a more detailed guide as to what to consider when choosing a high-end 4K gaming TV - our pick of the best 4K TVs for playing Red Dead Redemption 2 (opens in new tab). We praised Rockstar's open-world cowboy adventure as the 'best looking game of all time' that excels in 4K on Xbox One X.

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