Cyber Monday TV deals: Best savings from Currys, John Lewis, Amazon and more - include a £600 off deal

Want to give your box an upgrade? Take note of these Cyber Monday TV deals under £500...

Cyber Monday TV deals
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If you’re looking to upgrade your telly - there are a plethora of amazing Cyber Monday TV deals which should be on your radar.

With most of us being at home more than ever before, now is the perfect time to invest in a new TV and Cyber Monday is the perfect time to with huge discounts on best-selling brands like Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and more.

There’s no need to break the bank either, as retailers like Currys, John Lewis, Amazon and more have TV deals for under £500.

But now might well be your last chance to snap up these discounts - Cyber Monday (today) is the last day of the discounts over the Cyber weekend - which means that many of these TV's will be back to full-price tomorrow!

So if you're keen to shop while the deals are still around, here are some of the best Cyber Monday TV deals we've found...



Best Cyber Monday TV deals under £500:

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Sony Bravia 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Android TV: £1499 £1299 (save £200) | Very.co.uk With an amazing 4K display, ultra HD, and a huge 55-inch screen size, this is a fantastic offer with £200 off this Song TV.

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Samsung The Frame 2020 55 inch: £1599 £999 (save £600) | Very.co.uk Save a huge £600 on this big Samsung TV - one of the best TV deals we've seen this Cyber Monday! It's 4K, so gives you HD resolution, and has QLED picture technology too.

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LG 43UN71006LB 43 Inch 4K Smart TV, £479.99 £319 | Amazon

Save £160.99 on this LG 4K TV with stunning Ultra HD picture quality - so you can watch your favourite TV programmes and films in all their glory. The immersive sound quality and stylish design makes this deal an absolute bargain.

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Samsung Galaxy 2020 50", £429 £399 | Amazon

Save £30 and get this 50 inch 4K TV for under £400 in the Cyber Monday sale. The crystal display and processor means picture quality will be as clear as can be. Also, being a smart TV, you can have all your favourite apps in one place at just the touch of a button.

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Hisense 43A7500FTUK (2020) 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, £379 £329 | John Lewis

Snap up a £50 saving on this Hisense Smart TV.  Watch your favourite shows come to life with a stunning 4K HDR certified resolution and Dolby Vision, as well as DTS Virtual: X audio - which will make it feel like you’re in the cinema.

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JVC LT-43CF890 Fire TV Edition 43" Smart 4K TV, £379.99 £279 | Currys

Save over £100 on this JVC TV with a Fire TV smart platform built-in - which means all your favourite Amazon shows are right at your fingertips. But there’s also Netflix, Disney+, YouTube, Discovery, BBC iPlayer and lots more to discover.

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LG 43UN74006LB 43" Smart 4K, £399 £329 | Currys

This LG TV comes with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice controls built-in - so it’s easy for you to watch, control your smart home and get personal updates. And the 4K display and Ultra Surround sound will put your right at the middle of the action on the box. Now with £70 off.


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Philips Ambilight 58PUS7805/12 58-Inch LED TV, £499 ££449 | Amazon

This impressive TV reflects colours on the screen onto the wall for a more immersive viewing experience. Equipped with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, the sound and picture quality will make it feel like you’re at the cinema.

Which TV brand is the best?

If you're confused about which model of TV to buy, rest assured, you are not alone! Whether you're looking to buy a Samsung TV, an LG TV, a Philips, or Hisense model (among many more) - there are so many choices that it can feel understandably overwhelming.

Generally, all of the readily available brands at retailers you trust (John Lewis, Argos, etc.) work very well and will provide you with a brilliant TV watching experience.

But if you're after certain things from your TV, it might be wise to choose a specific brand.

For example, LG TV's are considered to be great for gaming, while Samsung TV's are said to be good for bright rooms that get a lot of sunlight. Sony's are also said to be great for colour quality.

So depending on what you want from your TV, and what you want it to do, certain TV brands might be best suited to certain different requirements. We'd suggest researching each brand before you buy to see what might work best for you - after all, it's one of the biggest house purchase you'll make (although with the discounts above, it'll be a lot less pricey!)

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Lizzie Thomson

Lizzie Thomson is a regular contributor to woman&home, and also contributes to Metro.co.uk, Ideal Home, Culture Trip, and Evening Standard, covering all things lifestyle.