Our Best Cyber Monday TV Deal Picks
- 85″ Sony XBR 85X850G for $1998 at Walmart
- 55″ Vizio D-Series 4K Smart TV for $279.99 at Walmart
- 55″ Vizio M6-Series QLED 4K TV for $398 at Walmart
- 65″ TCL 65R625 QLED 4K TV for $699.99 at Walmart
- 55″ Sony XBR 55X950G + $200 Gift Card for $998 at Dell Home
- 65″ Sony XBR 65X950G + $300 Gift Card for $1398 at Dell Home
- 55″ LG B9 OLED 4K TV with 4K Blu-ray Player for $1199 at Dell
Cyber Monday OLED 4K TV Deals
- 55″ OLED55B9 with 4K Blu-ray Player for $1199 from Dell
In terms of picture quality, the LG C9 OLED TV is the best OLED TV on the market. There is an LG E9 model that is “higher end”, but the screen and processor are identical (the main difference is that the E9 has a better sound system). If you aren’t satisfied with “just” getting an OLED and want the “best” OLED, the C9 is your ticket.
Cyber Monday Sony 4K TV Deals
The X950G model is Sony’s highest end LED LCD TVs for 2019. Unless you upgrade to OLED, there isn’t anything better from Sony. It is HDR capable and features a full-array backlight with local dimming and a fast 120Hz native refresh rate.
- 55″ XBR55X950G + $200 Gift Card for $998 at Dell (add to cart to see gift card)
- 65″ XBR65X950G + $300 Gift Card for $1398 at Dell (add to cart to see gift card)
The X900F is last year’s model but it is very, very similar in image quality to the 2019 X950G. Because it’s last year’s model, though, you’re saving $400-800 by going with an 2018 X900F instead of a 2019 X950G. If you are an image purist looking for a 65″ or 75″ TV, this is probably the best Black Friday deal so far, especially for the 75″ model.
The X850G is the mid-tier XBR model but that doesn’t mean it delivers mid-tier image quality. This is one of the best edge-lit models out there and has a fast 120Hz native refresh rate.
- 85″ XBR85X850G for $1998 from Walmart
Cyber Monday Vizio 4K TV Deals
The Vizio Quantum Mxx6 is Vizio’s least expensive TV that utilizes “Quantum Dot” technology, the same used in Samsung’s QLED TVs. It is HDR capable and features a full-array backlight with 10 local dimming zones, wide color gamut, and 400nits of brightness.
The Vizio Quantum Mxx8 is the highest end M-series TV. It is HDR capable and features a full-array backlight with 90 local dimming zones, wide color gamut, and 600nits of brightness.
We reviewed this TV. The Vizio Quantum P-series is a higher end model over the M-series. It is HDR capable and features a full-array backlight with 200 local dimming zones, wide color gamut, 1100nits of brightness, and 120Hz refresh rate.
The Vizio Quantum P-series X is Vizio’s highest end TV for 2019. It is HDR capable and features a full-array LED backlight with 384 local dimming zones, wide color gamut, an incredible 3000nits of brightness, and 120Hz refresh rate.
The V-series TV is Vizio’s budget TV for 2019. Despite it being the least expensive of Vizio’s 2019 TVs, it still has features that you’d normally only find in more expensive TVs like the full-array LED backlight and SmartCast functionality.
- 50″ V505-G9 + $75 Gift Card for $269.99 from Dell Home
Screen Size: 55″ ● Resolution: 4K ● HDR Capable: Partial ● Panel Type: LED ● Backlight: Direct ● Refresh Rate: 60Hz ● Smart Capable: Yes
- 55″ D55x-G1 for $279.99 (Walmart)
Cyber Monday Samsung 4K TV Deals
- 65″ QN65Q90R for $2197.99 from Walmart
- 75″ QN75Q90R for $3497.99 from Walmart
- 82″ QN85Q90R for $4497.99 from Walmart
- 55″ QN55Q80R for $1297.99 from Walmart
- 65″ QN65Q80R for $1697.99 from Walmart
- 75″ QN75Q80R for $2297.99 from Walmart
- 82″ QN82Q80R for $3497.99 from Walmart
- 49″ QN49Q70R for $797.99 from Walmart
- 55″ QN55Q70R for $997.99 from Walmart
- 65″ QN65Q70R for $1197.99 from Walmart
- 75″ QN75Q70R for $1997.99 from Walmart
- 82″ QN82Q70R for $2497.99 from Walmart
- 85″ QN85Q70R for $2997.99 from Walmart
- 43″ QN43Q60R for $497.99 from Walmart
- 49″ QN49Q60R for $597.99 from Walmart
- 55″ QN55Q60R for $697.99 from Walmart
- 65″ QN65Q60R for $997.99 from Walmart
- 75″ QN75Q60R for $1497.99 from Walmart
- 82″ QN82Q60R for $1997.99 from Walmart
- 55″ UN55RU8000 for $547.99 from Walmart
- 65″ UN65RU8000 for $797.99 from Walmart
- 75″ UN75RU8000 for $1297.99 from Walmart
- 82″ UN82RU8000 for $1797.99 from Walmart
- 43″ UN43RU7100 for $297.99 from Walmart
- 50″ UN50RU7100 for $347.99 from Walmart
- 55″ UN55RU7100 for $447.99 from Walmart
- 58″ UN58RU7100 for $497.99 from Walmart
- 65″ UN65RU7100 for $597.99 from Walmart
- 75″ UN75RU7100 for $997.99 from Walmart
- 43″ UN43NU6900 for $227.99 from Walmart
- 50″ UN50NU6900 for $279.99 from Best Buy
- 55″ UN55NU6900 for $329.99 from Best Buy
- 65″ UN65NU6900 for $479.99 from Best Buy
- 75″ UN75NU6900 for $749.99 from Best Buy
Dell Cyber Monday LG 4K TV Deals
Dell generally offers the best Cyber Monday TV deals. Why? Because not only do they match everyone else’s Cyber Monday price, they also throw in a gift card. The gift card does have its limits: it’s a promo gift card that can only be used at Dell and usually carries a 90-day expiration date. However, you can use it on pretty much anything at Dell.
Cyber Monday TCL TV Deals
The 2019 TCL 6-series is a contender for best image quality under $700. The biggest upgrade from the 2018 model is the Quantum LED (QLED) technology. In addition, the wide color gamut and local dimming on it is excellent, which means that HDR quality is top-notch.
- 65″ 65R625 for $699.99 from Walmart
The 6-series is one of TCL’s highest-end models. Note that this is the 2018 model that does not utilize QLEDs. It is one of the least expensive TVs out there that is HDR capable thanks to its full-array backlight with local dimming and wide color gamut.
- 55″ 55R617 for $529.99 from Walmart
- 65″ 65R617 for $629.99 from Best Buy
- 75″ 75R617 for $1299.99 from Walmart
Like the TCL 4-series, the 5-series boasts a very fast response time and chroma 4:4:4 output at 1080p and 4K making it a great oversized PC monitor. Unlike the TCL 4-series, it also boasts a wide color gamut which is important for improved HDR quality.
- 43″ 43S525 for $249.99 from Walmart
- 50″ 50S525 for $299.99 from Walmart
- 55″ 55S525 for $329.99 from Amazon
- 65″ 65S525 for $549.99 from Walmart
The TCL 4-series is an excellent TV for those who want to use it as an oversized computer monitor. It has a very fast response time so ghost or blur trails will be minimized. More importantly, this TV is capable of chroma 4:4:4 output at 1080p, 1440p, and 4K.
- 50″ 50S425 for $249.99 from Walmart
- 55″ 55S425 for $279.99 from Walmart
- 65″ 65S425 for $399.99 from Best Buy
- 75″ 75S425 for $599.99 from Best Buy
Disney+ Cyber Monday Deal: $10 Off 1 Year Plan
For Cyber Monday only, Disney+ is offering $10 off their annual subscription plan, bringing the price down to $59.99, or $2 per month. That is much, much cheaper than paying the normally $6.99/monthly cost. Catch up on a dazzling number of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars movies and shows all from a single subscription. This is also currently the only way to watch the new big Star Wars TV series, The Mandalorian, which just aired its fourth episode.
Hulu Cyber Monday Deal: 1 Year for $1.99/Month
This is an exceptional deal considering the standard cost of the limited-commercials plan is $5.99/month. You’ll get access to Hulu’s entire streaming library. That includes several IGN favorite animated series like Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, South Park, Rick & Morty, Adventure Time, every single episode of Naruto Shippudden, and much more.
Amazon Cyber Monday Fire TV Deals
Here is the ultimate stocking stuffer. For a mere $20 you can get a Fire TV Stick that will act as your hub to just about every streaming service you’re subscribed to, including Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, YouTube, Crunchyroll, and much more. For only $5 extra you can upgrade to the 4K stick for 4K and HDR support. With this little device you shouldn’t even care if your TV is Smart or not… every TV can become intelligent as long as it has an HDMI port.
- Fire TV Stick for $19.99 from Amazon
- Fire TV Stick 4K for $24.99 from Amazon
- Fire TV Cube 4K for $89.99 from Amazon
2019 Roku Ultra 4K HDR for $49.99
This is the new 2019 Roku that was released in early October and retails for $99.99. It includes a pair of JBL earbuds and an enhanced voice remote. In my opinion, the Roku still is the easiest, cleanest, and most intuitive of any streaming interface.
35% Off Whalen Payton 3-in-1 Flat Panel TV Stand for TVs up to 65″, Now $105
Save big on one of Walmart’s best selling and best rated TV stands. It looks awesome, especially with the built-in floating TV mount (other mounting options are also included), takes up a minimal footprint, has built-in cable management, accommodates most TV sizes, and boasts very easy assembly. You even get free 2-day delivery!
Cyber Monday 2019
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TV Buying Guide
Before spending money on a brand new TV, I’d suggest you take some time to answer these questions first. Your TV purchase could last you a long while, so you want to make sure you pick one that will satisfy you for years to come.
What Size TV Are You Looking For?
Get the biggest TV that your space can fit and that your budget allows. The #1 regret for TV buyers is wishing they had gone with a bigger size. Common TV sizes range from 40″ to 86″. Currently the sweet spot for value lies in the 5t” to 65″ TV size range.
What Is Your Budget?
TV price depends on many factors, including screen size, brand, features, and of course deal quality. The price can range from under $100 all the way to thousands of dollars. It’s important for you to set yourself a firm price ceiling or you could possibly spend far above what you expected. In my opinion, the vast majority of people should be easily able to find a TV they are happy with a budget of $700. Because you’re shopping around Black Friday, you’ll be able to get a much better quality TV or a larger sized TV without spending any more money. Alternatively, you could get the exact same TV you were planning to get anyways and put some money back into your savings.
What Features Do You Need?
When you upgrade, what features would you benefit from?
4K isn’t entirely necessary even now; most content is still streamed in 1080p or 720p because of bandwidth limitations, and unless you own a 4K Blu-ray player or Xbox One, you won’t even be able to play 4K Blu-ray discs. That being said, 4K will eventually become the standard and sooner rather than later. I would venture to say that it will become the standard in about 2-4 years. If you want a TV that will last 5 years or more, it’s best to ride the 4K wave.
Smart functionality is very useful but your TV does not need to be inherently Smart enabled. All you have to do is plug in an Amazon Fire TV Stick and you are set. The advantage of a stick is that you can move it from TV to TV. Because you’re reading this around Black Friday, there’s already an enticing deal on an Amazon Fire TV 4K Stick… it’s 50% off.
In terms of connectivity, you’ll want to figure out how many HDMI inputs you’ll need. If you have 3 gaming consoles, that will take up 3 ports right there. A soundbar may take up another port. So would a DVR, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire Stick. If you don’t have enough ports you could get an HDMI splitter, but that would add to the cost.
Are You an Image Purist?
This is where stakes get high. Image quality is the reason why some 65″ TVs can be found for under $500 while others can cost thousands. OLED TVs are considered the creme de la creme of TVs, primarily because OLEDs can shut on and off individually allowing for super high contrast ratios and incredibly deep blacks. Of course you’ll have to pay a pretty penny for this technology. The next step down are the traditional LCD TVs that utilize Quantum LEDS, or QLEDs. Samsung was the first to market these TVs, but now other TV manufacturers like Vizio and TCL are also selling their own QLED TV variants. Sony has their own XBR line that doesn’t utilize QLED technology, but are often considered equal in image quality nonetheless. The other term you’ll run into often is HDR, or high dynamic range. In layman terms, this simply means a TV is capable of an extended level of color range… a high level of contrast between the darkest black and the brightest white. You’ll see MANY TVs market themselves as HDR sets, but in order to be truly HDR capable, traditional TVs generally require three features: (1) enough brightness to be able to drive the “brightest white”, (2) a wide color gamut that allows your TV to display an increased range of colors, and (3) local dimming which allows LED “zones” to completely shut off to create a true black. If you read the specs carefully, you will notice that only the higher end TVs have all of these features. Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio, and TCL all have at least one TV model that is truly HDR capable.
There are a few other specs that are more specific to certain types of media. A faster refresh rate on a TV is good for fast motion handling like sports or video games. Most TVs have a 60Hz refresh rate but you might want to consider a 120Hz refresh rate if you’re a gamer or a sports enthusiast. Finally, if you want to use your TV as a computer monitor, make sure that it is capable of chroma 4:4:4 output at whichever resolution you prefer. Usually it is 1080p, 1440p, and 4K. Chroma 4:4:4 is absolutely necessary if you don’t want muddied looking text.
Do You Have Brand Loyalty?
Traditionally Samsung, LG, and Sony have stood at the top of the heap in terms of reputation. They have a proven track record of offering some of the highest quality TVs on the market. However, in recent years, other TV brands have been able to catch up to the point that I would call them equals. Vizio is one of the best selling brands and their M and P-series TVs are just as good as if not better than most of the TVs offered by the “big three”. Even more recent newcomer TCL has been combining great quality panels with Roku smart functionality in a very affordable package. In my opinion, the Roku interface is by far the best Smart interface compared to any other TV. Likewise, Toshiba and Element have partnered with Amazon to develop the only TVs on the market with Amazon Fire TV.
What Else to Consider?
Only you will really know what level of picture quality satisfies you. Check the TV out in person at your local store, decide what you are happy with, price compare (and check this page), and then make your purchase. For larger TVs, I would recommend buying from a store that has retail locations that allows online returns, or an online vendor that has an outstanding return policy. It can be very aggravating to return a TV to an online vendor that doesn’t have great customer service to begin with. For smaller TVs, breakage is less of an issue and I would just recommend you base your purchase on whatever reputable vendor has it the cheapest. Most TVs carry a 1-year warranty but if the price is right, extend it to 2-3 years. It’s easier dealing with a local entity that honors your extended warranty than with an overseas manufacturer.
Eric Song is IGN’s deal curator and spends 25% of his pay on stuff he posts.