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The Black Friday TV deals for gaming, movies and more

Black Friday TV deals

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The Black Friday TV deals are already coming thick and fast. They’re changing all the time, too, which means the best way to get ahead of the Black Friday rush is to pull the trigger on some early discounts. Already, there are savings of literally over $1000 on some sets, plus there are options available for every budget, from 4K Samsung TVs for just over $250, all the way to the 75-inch units that will make your next-gen systems pop.

Speaking of, if you were looking to buy a PS5 or buy an Xbox Series X (or even both, if you can stretch that far), it makes sense to upgrade your TV alongside it. That’s why these Black Friday TV deals are slowly becoming unmissable – you don’t want to be playing the biggest games on a screen that’s several years old at this point. 2020 models are suddenly taking a sharp discount – and we’ve collected them all for you below.

There are some of the best gaming TVs, sets that are perfect for the home theatre experience, so start scrolling down now for some bargains.

Black Friday gaming retailers


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Amazon | Best Buy | Dell | Walmart | Newegg | B&H Photo

UK: Amazon UK | Currys | Argos | John Lewis | AO | Very

That’s right, it’s all here in one place. As you can see above (and below) the Black Friday TV deals are coming from all of your favourite retailers – and we’ve rounded up the best of the best so far. That’s for both the US and UK, too, with over $1500 being cut on a top-of-the-line Samsung on one side of the pond, and £500 savings for an OLED set with five-year guarantee on the other. Think of what you’ll be able to buy with all those savings. It all adds up, that’s for sure.

If there’s a great TV deal we stumble across, you’ll find it listed here. To get the most out of next-gen consoles and their higher-quality resolutions and ray-tracing, you’ll need a great TV. So, commit now and save some serious cash. That’s why we’ve rounded up a handful of the best TV deals going right now to get you saving instead of scrambling.

There are even plenty of Black Friday gaming laptops deals, the Black Friday gaming PC deals, and the PS5 Black Friday deals to get acquainted with. However, time is of the essence – particularly on newer models from brands like LG, Sony, and Samsung, as these things sell out fast. You’re talking literally hours here, and we’ve had to update accordingly down to the minute for some of these Black Friday TV deals.

With that in mind, make sure you bookmark this page as one of your go-to destinations among the wider Black Friday gaming deals and pop back regularly to see how the offers are shaping up. And you can count on us picking out the right discounts for you, and them being genuinely good deals, as we have years of experience of what makes TV deals worthy of your attention. 

To get you going, here are the latest prices on our favorite gaming TVs, as well as some early Black Friday TV deals that are live right now.

Early Black Friday TV deals – US

Ready to get started with the Black Friday TV deals? So are we. That’s why we’ve listed some of the top offers in the US below. This list will be continually updated as well, so you can guarantee that you’re getting a bargain.

Vizio 55-inch 4K OLED TV (OLED55-H1) | $1,299.99 $899.99 at Best Buy


Upgrade to the world of 4K OLED TVs for under $1,000, and with some great bonus features too. It’ll work with Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri, and supports every mainline streaming service out of the box. Oh and it supports 120Hz refresh rates so is ideal if you’ve picked up a next-gen console lately or are planning on soon.View Deal

Vizio 65-inch 4K OLED TV (OLED65-H1) | $1,999.99 $1,499.99 at Best Buy


Get the same great specs as the TV above, but with an extra 10-inches on the display. It’s a big saving today, but still quite the leap in price over the 55-inch TV above. If you’ve got a room big enough for it though, this is a stunning Black Friday TV deal for a 650inch OLED.View Deal

Samsung 55-inch 8K QLED TV (QN55Q900RBFXZA) | $3,498 $1,997.99 at Dell

Starting with a bang, this 8K TV deal gets you one from the best all for hundreds less than the list price – that’s a real win, particularly when going 8K is a good way to future-proof yourself moving forward.View Deal

Sony 75-inch X800H 4K TV | $1,399 $999.99 at Best Buy

This is one of the best pre-Black Friday TV deals so far. Even a cursory look above will tell you that. 75-inch TVs, let alone ones from Sony, don’t come around for under $1000 all that often. This’ll be perfect for the main room in your house and for 4K gaming and films alike.

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Hisense 43-inch H65 Series 4K TV | $500 $239.99 at Walmart

This is an incredible deal on a high-quality Hisense screen. With more than half off here, the bang to buck ratio is excellent and this is perfect for an extra screen for the home.View Deal

Samsung 43-inch 7 Series 4K TV | $267.99 at Best Buy


Samsung is one of the best in the business when it comes to TVs, so this offer is pretty eye-catching. Although it’s not as high-quality as the company’s QLED range, this 43-inch panel is still a great choice and has taken a slight drop in price from last week, so worth grabbing now in case it rises again.View Deal

Hisense 75-inch H8G 4K TV | $1,300 $1,199.99 at Best Buy

Note: You’ll need to get lucky in terms of location here as this deal seems limited by your geographical location. Good luck!

Hisense is upping their game with every TV cycle and their top-end range, like where this model comes from, is very much worth a look.

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Samsung 75-inch RU9000 4K TV | $1,400 $999.97 at Best Buy

One of the top ranges just below the QLEDs that are Samsung’s most premium screens, the RU9000 is a great series of TV. And getting a wall-filling 75-inch one for below the four-figure mark is a great deal.

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Early Black Friday TV deals – UK

The early Black Friday TV deals have started in the UK too. As with the above, this selection of offers is continually updated, so be sure to check in every now and then and see if you can’t find a bargain just yet.

LG 55-inch OLED55CX5LB 4K TV | 5-year guarantee | £1,799 £1,299 from John Lewis

Originally costing £1,800 on release, it’s been more like £1,600 for a while, but this is even lower. It’s one of the best gaming TV deals we’ve seen in quite some time. This deal also comes with a free five-year guarantee.

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LG 55-inch OLED55CX5LB 4K TV | £1,299 from Amazon

Amazon here offering the same great price on the same great television. We’d have to recommend you pick up the John Lewis deal above though as you only get a year warranty at Amazon instead of five at John Lewis.

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Samsung 55-inch QLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV| £899 £799 at John Lewis

This 2020 QLED TV is perfect for those wanting to be next-gen ready this November, and well before the Black Friday rush starts. Samsung’s version of OLED carries with it rich, quality picture and, with John Lewis, you get a 5-year guarantee and money off a Samsung sound bar if you want to double up.

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LG 50-inch NanoCell 4K TV | £600 £479 at Amazon UK

LG make great Smart TVs, and as well as featuring their award-winning webOS smart platform, you also get LG’s NanoCell technology, bringing your display to life with pure and realistic colours.View Deal

Hisense 55-inch Quantum Series ULED 4K TV | £899 £549 at Amazon UK


Hisense’s own premium 4K TVs, their ULED range, is a great option for premium panels without the price tags, and today is an even better demonstration of that with £350 coming off the price of this 55-incher. Nice.View Deal

Samsung 75-inch 4K Ultra HD TV | £1099 £999 at Currys

Save £100 on this Samsung 75-inch set that will enable you to get the most out of your next-gen consoles thanks to being 4K with a HDR display.

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If you fancy your screens more specialised, then check out our guides to the best gaming monitor, best 4K monitor for gaming, and with a console-slant, the best PS4 monitors.

I’m one of the Hardware Editors for GamesRadar+, and 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 lean on it to write about games’ landscapes and environments too.

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