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These are the best Cyber Monday TV deals

Whether it’s for gaming or Netflixing, there are a ton of good deals

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With a pair of next-gen video game consoles now on the market, it’s a very good time to be shopping for a new 4K TV that can best showcase their capabilities. Even if gaming isn’t your thing, Cyber Monday always bring about excellent discounts on sets from many of the top brands like Samsung, LG, Vizio, Sony, TCL, and others. Whether you’re ready to spend over $1,000 or are looking for something more on the budget side, odds are you can find something to your liking.

Looking for more than just a TV? Check out our updating list of the best Cyber Monday deals you can still get right now.

The best TV deals for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 owners

The Xbox Series X and PS5 do much more than just play games in 4K. They support HDR, variable refresh rate (in the case of the X), and can output games at up to 120Hz. This makes games feel smoother and more responsive than ever before. Variable refresh can eliminate unsightly tearing and make any dips in frame rate unnoticeable, and this — along with 120Hz support — is also something you’ll find on the $300 Xbox Series S.

If you plan on getting one of the new consoles (or already have), finding a TV that can get the most from them could be tricky. Generally speaking, you’ll have to buy a very recent set, and you’ll want to ensure that it supports the newer HDMI 2.1 specification. But buying a TV released this year doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank.

I’ve picked out the below TVs as the best options you can get for one of the next-gen gaming consoles in 2020. All of them should take advantage of everything the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PlayStation 5 can do.

LG CX 55-inch OLED

  • $1,350
  • $2,000
  • 33% off

LG’s CX series OLED is basically the ultimate TV for next-gen gaming consoles — and it delivers gorgeous image quality for everything else, too. Available in 48-, 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes, the CX is one of those TVs you’ll get enjoyment from every time you power it on.

  • 48-inch: $1,449 at Best Buy for My Best Buy members
  • 65-inch: $1,849.99 at Best Buy for My Best Buy members | $1,999.99 at B&H Photo
  • 65-inch: $1,799 at Best Buy
  • 65-inch Vizio OLED: $1,499.99 at Best Buy
  • Vizio’s Elevate Dolby Atmos soundbar, designed as a perfect companion for the OLED TV, is also on sale at Best Buy for $600 (normally $1,000), though you may have to find one in a local store as it appears to be out of stock online. It has rotating speakers that point upward for Atmos content and then rotate forward for regular stereo audio.

Sony X900H

As the maker of the PS5, you’d hope Sony’s TVs would be a good match for the console. The X900H fits that bill, though some of the OLED picks are a better overall package.

TCL 6 Series Roku TV

TCL’s latest 6 Series TV has tremendous 4K HDR picture quality for the price and supports those next-gen gaming features including 1440p resolution at 120Hz and variable refresh rate. Plus, you get built-in Roku software, so you can find pretty much any streaming app you need right on the TV itself.

Great 4K TVs for watching movies and TV

If next-gen gaming isn’t in the cards for your new TV (or isn’t a priority), the options open up considerably.

Sony A8H OLED 4K TV

Sony 55-inch A8H OLED TV

  • $1,298
  • $1,900
  • 32% off

Sony’s A8H OLED TV offers a pristine picture with perfect blacks. Sony also tunes the display performance differently than LG, leading to smoother motion when watching sports and high-speed action flicks.

Samsung 70-inch Class 6 Series 4K TV

This is one of those cases where if all you care about is a giant TV, it’s easy to score one for hundreds less than more premium models. At just $529 from Best Buy, Samsung’s 70-inch 6 Series TV gets you 4K resolution, HDR, and a slew of built-in streaming apps — all for under $600, let alone $1,000.

Giant TVs for small prices

Samsung 82-inch RU8000 4K HDR TV

  • $1,100
  • $1,498
  • 27% off

This colossal 82-inch TV Samsung is from last year’s lineup and gives you 4K picture with HDR and the “real game enhancer” feature for variable refresh rate / FreeSync and auto low latency mode. The one downside is its backlighting, which doesn’t use the superior full-array system of Samsung’s more premium series TVs. But if all you care about is a giant image without breaking the bank, this is a pretty solid choice.

Hisense 85-inch H6510G Series 4K Android TV

  • $1,000
  • $1,700
  • 42% off

This massive set from Hisense offers 4K resolution, Dolby Vision HDR, and runs Google’s Android TV software, ensuring that you’ll have all the streaming apps you need right out of the box. It also comes with a voice remote for Google Assistant searches and shortcut buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and other services.

Good 4K TVs on a budget

Not everyone cares about having the absolute best, top-tier picture quality. Thankfully, TVs have gotten to the point where spending $500 or less can still get you a set with a very enjoyable 4K image. Some models still manage to include expanded HDR color in this price category, even if the difference won’t be as apparent as with more premium TVs that can get much brighter.

TCL 4 Series 55-inch 4K TV

$199.99 at Best Buy

TCL 4 Series 75-inch 4K TV

$499.99 at Best Buy

Vizio 50-inch MQ6 series 4K HDR TV

$298 at Walmart

Toshiba 50-inch Fire TV Edition 4K HDR

$259.99 at Best Buy