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TVs and home theater equipment are among the best Cyber Monday tech deals you can find. Discounts are available on models covering all budgets and brands.
Not all deals are created equal, but that's where we come in, with expert reporters and editors to suss out the very best deals on TVs from 720p HD entry-level sets to the most premium 4K TV models with high-end OLED panels for the best picture, and everything in between.
One thing to note about TVs these days — you may not necessarily want a "smart" TV that already comes with apps like Netflix, especially if you already own a media streamer. The thing is, smart TVs are the norm now, and you'll have a hard time finding a "dumb" TV. But, don't worry, you're not paying extra for the "smart" part because it's simply the standard. And, you can continue using your existing media streamer if you like. Just make sure your media streamer makes the most of your new TV with the appropriate resolution (probably 4K), as well as HDR standards, whether it supports HDR10 or Dolby Vision.
Here are today's best Black Friday are already sold out, so if you're in the market for a new TV, don't wait until tomorrow to buy the TV that you've been eyeing this year – TVs are among the most popular Cyber Monday 2020 deals, and stock tends to go quickly. For more deal highlights throughout the day, you can also read our Cyber Monday liveblog here.TV deals that you can take advantage of right now. Several TV deals we saw on
The best budget Cyber Monday TV deals
The 24-inch Insignia 720p TV is a nice fit for buyers who want a small smart TV for casual viewing. The TV is on sale right now for just $80 at Best Buy and Amazon.
The best midrange Cyber Monday TV deals
The best high-end Cyber Monday TV deals
How we select the best Cyber Monday deals
- We solely choose products and devices that meet our high standards of quality and that our editors have either used themselves in testing for review or have researched thoroughly.
- We always compare prices among the best retailers, like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, and we only include deals that save more money than all other offers (not including promotional discounts that come from using certain credit cards), unless they're the only deal available on rarely discounted products.
- All deals will save at least 20% off, with some exceptions for products or devices that are rarely discounted or provide an outsized value.
How to shop for a TV
Finding the perfect TV for your needs and budget can be difficult. Price vary a lot depending on the size and features you want. On the low-end, you can find small HDTVs for as cheap as $100 or less. When it comes to high-end 65-inch 4K models, prices typically rise to $1,500 or more. The best and biggest 8K TVs can even cost more than $10,000.
Thankfully, there are a few easy guidelines you can follow to help make the right TV purchase.
If you really want genuine home theater performance for the best movie-watching experience in a dark room, you should consider a 4K display with at least a 65-inch screen. The best 4K TVs for picture quality use an OLED display, or an advanced LED panel (often branded as QLED) with local dimming. These screen types deliver the highest contrast and deepest black levels for a gorgeous high dynamic range (HDR) image.
For buyers who just want a no-fuss display that's suited for casual viewing, a smaller TV with a more budget-friendly LED panel should get the job done just fine. Though picture quality won't be as impressive as pricier models, there are several cheap LED TVs with good performance, including budget displays that even feature 4K, HDR, and built-in smart TV streaming.
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