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The 30+ Best Cyber Monday TV Deals We’ve Found So Far

By Wirecutter Staff
Published November 28, 2022
The 30+ Best Cyber Monday TV Deals We’ve Found So Far
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UpdatedNov 2022

Editor's note: Cyber Monday is toast. Some of the deals in this article may still be available, but we're no longer updating this post. For the latest, visit Wirecutter's deals page.

Jaw-dropping doorbuster television deals might be the cornerstone of Cyber Monday, but those blowout TV deals are almost never worth the hype. To help you wade through this avalanche of TV deals and determine what’s truly a good find, the Wirecutter Deals team is scouring the internet for the best discounts this Cyber Monday. Here are the best we’ve seen so far. You can also check out the Wirecutter Deals page, which always has the latest list of discounts on Wirecutter picks that meet our rigorous testing and pricing standards

The Samsung S95B sitting on a tv stand
Photo: Lee Neikirk

Samsung S95B OLED TV (55-Inch) — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $1,450; street price: $1,800
Best Buy deal price: $1,450; street price: $1,800
Costco deal price: $1,450; street price: $1,800

What we like: Better contrast ratios, brighter HDR highlights, and wider viewing angle than our top pick. Center-mounted stand.

Other things to know: New upgrade pick.

Read our review of the best LCD/LED TV.

Samsung The Frame 55-Inch QLED TV (2022 Model) — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $1000; street price: $1400
Walmart deal price: $1000; street price: $1400

What we like: LCD TV that mounts perfectly flush against the wall like framed artwork. Smart screensaver can display photos or art when not in use. Bezel is customizable to match room decor.

Other things to know: Good image quality, but not equal to the company’s best 4K and 8K sets. Matches low price for the 2022 model in the 55-inch size.

The TCL 32S334 sitting on a tv stand
Photo: Adrienne Maxwell

TCL 32S334 32-Inch Android TV — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $140; street price: $160

What we like: Our top pick for the best 32-inch TV. Offers better picture quality than the competition. Helpful built-in features like voice search and Bluetooth audio output.

Other things to know: 720p resolution is not ideal for up-close uses. Really dark scenes can look too blue at times.

Read our review of the best 32-inch TV.

The LGC2 sitting in a tv stand
Photo: Lee Neikirk

LG C2 OLED TV (42-Inch) — Runner-Up
Best Buy deal price: $900; street price: $1250

LG C2 Series OLED TV (48-Inch) — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $1050; street price: $1300

What we like: Top-tier OLED picture quality at a more reasonable price. Great visuals from lower-resolution SDR content. Native support for Dolby Atmos audio. Four HDMI 2.1 inputs. Advanced gaming functions.

Other things to know: Lacks the high brightness and color saturation of our top pick.

Read our review of the best OLED tv.

LG C1 OLED TV (2021, 83-inch) — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $3000; street price: $4000

What we like: Our top pick gaming TV. Great value for price. Supports same content formats (DR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG) as the new C2. Supremely low input lag for gamers. Offers better viewing angles than an LCD TV. 4 HDMI 2.1 ports.

Other things to know: Can suffer from burn-in through extended use. Variable refresh rate can increase gamma. Largest size offered for this model. 63-inch version is also on sale from Amazon.

Read our review of the best TV for video games.

A Hisense TV displaying a parrot.
Photo: Lee Neikirk

Hisense U8H 4K TV (55-inch) — Upcoming Pick
Best Buy deal price: $600; street price: $700

What we like: Matches the excellent brightness and color performance of much pricier LCD TVs. 120 Hz refresh rate. Beautiful looking HDR visuals. 2 HDMI 2.1 inputs.

Other things to know: Upcoming top pick. Google TV smart platform. Narrow horizontal viewing angle.

Read our review of the best 4K TV on a budget.

An Apple TV

What we like: Good media-streaming option for cord-cutters in the Apple ecosystem. Simple interface. Supports almost every streaming service. Powerful enough for Apple Arcade.

Other things to know: Still pricy if you’re using it only for streaming, not gaming. Costco membership required.

Read our review of the best media streaming devices.

Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021) — Runner-Up
Roku deal price: $25; street price: $40
Amazon deal price: $25; street price: $40

What we like: Our runner-up pick for the best media streaming device. Supports almost every major service. Clean, simple interface. Affordable 4K resolution.

Other things to know: Search and discovery features are more limited than our top pick (the more expensive Google Chromecast TV).

Read our review of the best media streaming devices.

Roku Ultra Streaming Device — Another Good Option
Amazon deal price: $69; street price: $100

What we like: A refresh of an older Roku we like. Comes with ethernet port and expandable storage slot. Includes Voice Remote Pro that has a rechargeable battery, microphone (for voice controls), custom shortcut buttons, a remote finder, and headphone jack for private listening.

Other things to know: Not a significant upgrade in processing power or experience over previous model or the Roku Streaming Stick 4K. Overkill for most people.

Read our review of the best media streaming devices.

Roku Ultra Streaming Device — Another Good Option 🥈Second Retailer
Walmart deal price: $69; street price: $100

What we like: A refresh of an older Roku we like. Comes with ethernet port and expandable storage slot. Includes Voice Remote Pro that has a rechargeable battery, microphone (for voice controls), custom shortcut buttons, a remote finder, and headphone jack for private listening.

Other things to know: Not a significant upgrade in processing power or experience over previous model or the Roku Streaming Stick 4K. Overkill for most people.

Read our review of the best media streaming devices.

Sofabaton U1 universal remote
Photo: Sarah Kobos

SofaBaton U1 Universal Remote Control — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $38; street price: $50

What we like: Our pick for the best universal remote control. Intuitive layout. Controls up to 15 AV devices via infrared and/or Bluetooth. More flexible than other lower-priced remotes.

Other things to know: Relies on a mobile app for setup. Lacks backlighting and activity buttons. Matches usual deal price with clipped on-page coupon.

Read our review of the best universal remote control.

What we like: 1080p Android TV projector with Bluetooth audio output, voice search, and the ability to accept 4K HDR signals. Pleasingly quiet. Bright, solid picture quality. Robust internal speaker.

Other things to know: Lacks built-in battery and travel case that most other portable projectors have. Black levels aren't as dark as that of our pick, the MoGo Pro.

Read our review of the best portable mini projector for movies.

What we like: Our top pick for best HDMI cable. Inexpensive but high quality. Certified by HDMI Licensing Administrator to pass 4K HDR signals.

Other things to know: Lifetime warranty. Deal is for the six-foot length. Free shipping requires Prime membership.

Read our review of the best "cheap, great HDMI cables".

What we like: Reliable, steady signal. Transmits video up to 1080p/60. Can change the wireless frequency to avoid interference. Delivers essential functions with little degradation.

Other things to know: Picture quality isn't as clean as the best competitors. Only stereo audio (no surround sound). Can’t draw power from TV’s USB port. Clip the on-page coupon for the deal price.

Read our review of the best wireless hdmi video transmitter.

The full set audio accessories included withe the Vizio Elevate.
Photo: Michael Hession

Vizio Elevate Soundbar System — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $680; street price: $850

What we like: Best soundbar if you want a complete system. Dynamic and immersive audio experience. Two HDMI inputs, Bluetooth and Chromecast music streaming.

Other things to know: Voices don’t sound as clear as they do through our top pick. Attach an Amazon Echo Dot to add smart-speaker functionality.

Read our review of the best soundbar.

What we like: Produces a more cinematic experience with enveloping sound. Includes rotating Atmos speakers and separate surround speakers.

Other things to know: Upcoming pick in our guide to the best soundbar.

Read our review of the best soundbar.

Vizio M512a-H6 Soundbar System — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $350; street price: $450

What we like: Gives you a fully immersive, surround-sound experience and plenty of inputs for an affordable price. Also includes dedicated surround speakers that connect (via cables) to the wireless subwoofer.

Other things to know: Has Bluetooth, but not Wi-Fi.

Read our review of the best soundbar.

JBL Bar 5.0 Soundbar — Another Good Option
Amazon deal price: $270; street price: $400

What we like: JBL makes our budget soundbar pick; this is a competitor. We were surprised to hear how spacious the small, relatively minimal Dolby Atmos option sounded. Good, simple solution.

Other things to know: No subwoofer. Relatively pricey for a soundbar without a subwoofer or option to add. First deal we've posted on this model.

Read our review of the best soundbar.

Sonos Arc Soundbar — Former Pick
Best Buy deal price: $719; street price: $800
Adorama deal price: $719; street price: $800
Sonos deal price: $719; street price: $800
B&H deal price: $719; street price: $800

What we like: Former runner-up soundbar pick. Great sound with Dolby Atmos support. AirPlay 2 and an HDMI ARC port. Built-in voice control via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

Other things to know: Lacks a remote control and an HDMI input to directly connect a source. No subwoofer or surround speakers.

Read our review of the best soundbar.

ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 Bookshelf Speakers (pair) — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $240; street price: $280
Best Buy deal price: $240; street price: $280

What we like: Recommended home theater speaker set. Powerful sound, and a matching Dolby Atmos add-on module is available.

Other things to know: Bulkier and less attractive than the Polk Signature Elite Series.

Read our review of the best gear for building your home theater.

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