The best Black Friday TV deals 2018

In need of a new TV to screen festive favourites this Christmas? We know just the way to get the best Black Friday TV deals, whether you want a 32 inch, 55 inch or even 75 inch

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The best Black Friday TV deals

Shopping for a TV at a bargain price? Whether you want 4K, OLED, HD or a just a standard smart TV, we've got your back. A Black Friday TV deal is just what you need.

Well, we've got plenty of budget TVs in our 2018 buyer's guides, but if you want to be sure you've got the best-priced TV deal this autumn, buying it here on Black Friday (and in the run-up to the big weekend) is your best option because we'll be updating this page regularly so you can get the very best bargain. 

You can also find all the latest bargains on our deals page, and find out more about how to find the best Black Friday deals in our expert guide. 

The best BLACK FRIDAY TV deals

Can't wait for next Friday to shop? Find the best early Black Friday deals below.

Best 32in TV deals

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Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU 32in Smart TV with HDR | Was £370 now £299 | Save £71

On the hunt for a new TV? This 32 inch model from Sony could be your next purchase, as it's currently got a whopping £70 off, and it's also smart. Ideal for those looking for an average size TV with all of the best features, and they don't want to break the bank. 

Wondering what's the best 32 inch TV to buy? We've got a list of five.View Deal

Best 43in TV deals

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Hisense 43A6500 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43in with Freeview Play |was £399 now £349

Saving you a generous £100, John Lewis is currently selling this 43 inch TV for just £349. It has all of the features you could possibly need for watching your favourite films or tv shows, and also has Freeview Play. View Deal

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Samsung UE43NU7020 43in Ultra HD Certified, HDR, Smart, 4K TV | was £729, now £579

This bestselling TV from Littlewoods comes with certified ultra HD and 4K colour and clarity for unrivalled picture quality and more quality content than ever before.View Deal

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Toshiba 43T6863DB 43in Smart 4K Ultra HD TV | was £369, now £279

With a 4K Ultra HD screen, the Toshiba 43T6863DB prioritises clarity and detail, immersing the user in the action, while HDR Dolby Vision  ensures vibrant colours and rich tones. Also a smart TV, it's never been easier to stream movies and catch up on the latest box sets. View Deal

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LG 43UK6500PLA 43in Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play | was £419, now £399

Relaxation is guaranteed thanks to the help of this impressive 43 inch LED TV from LG. In addition to immersive 4K displays capable of upscaling picture quality, it boasts HDR and smart TV streaming.View Deal

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Philips 43PUS6523/12 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus and Freeview Play | was £380, now £299

With four times the resolution of a standard full HD TV, enjoy sharper, crisper and more detailed imaged with full HDR, as well as improved colour and contrast.View Deal

Toshiba 43U5863DB 43-Inch Smart 4K Ultra-HD HDR LED TV with Freeview Play | was £369, now £279

Immerse yourself in on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV which brings exhilarating life-like picture four times that of Full HD models.View Deal

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Philips 43PUS6753/12 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play and Ambilight 3-sided | was £700, now £479

In addition to ULtra HD, which offers four times the resolution of a standard Full HD TV, this ambilight three sided TV enhances your viewing experience, making it more immersive. View Deal

Best 49in TV deals

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Toshiba 49U5863DB 49in Smart 4K Ultra-HD HDR LED WiFi TV with Freeview Play | was £500, now £329

Experience on-screen action in higher quality than ever before with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Dolby Vision capable offers scene-by-scene picture accuracy while integrated Onkyo speakers capture a wider spectrum of sound.View Deal

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Toshiba 49U5863DB 49in Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play | was £469, now £349

A spectacular combination of 4K resolution, upscaling technology that improves HD and full HD content, and Dolby Vision HDR will enhance movie nights.View Deal

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Samsung UE49NU7300, 49 inch, Curved Ultra HD 4K Certified, HDR, Smart TV| was £579, now £479

Bring your favourite entertainment to life with a 3840 x 2160 4K TV that has the added benefit of a curved design that makes the picture appear bigger and easier to view. View Deal

Best 50in TV deals

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Samsung UE50NU7020 50in Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR | was £549, now £399

Enhance your viewing experience with this 50 inch Samsung TV, complete with sharp 4K Ultra HD, vibrant visuals thanks to HDR and PurColor technology. View Deal

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Samsung UE50NU7020 50in Ultra HD HDR Smart 4K TV | was £599, now £399

Enjoy a television with lifelike, vibrant images four times the detail of a full HD television. Ultra HD certified picture quality also guarantees pure colours, sharp contrast and brightness.View Deal

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TCL 50DP648 50in 4K Ultra HD HDR 10 TV with Smart Freeview Play | was £499, now £379

With an ultra thin body and frame, this ultra HD television comes with resolution four times greater than regular HDView Deal

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Philips 50PUS6523/12 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus and Freeview Play | was £450, now £349

With four times the resolution of a standard full HD TV, enjoy sharper, crisper and more detailed imaged with full HDR, as well as improved colour and contrast.View Deal

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Philips 50PUS6753/12 50in 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play and Ambilight 3-sided | was £700, now £479

In addition to ULtra HD, which offers four times the resolution of a standard Full HD TV, this ambilight three sided TV enhances your viewing experience, making it more immersive. View Deal

Best 55in TV deals

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Luxor 55in Ultra HD 4K, Freeview Play, LED, Smart TV | was £519.99, now £449.99

Ultra HD 4K 3840x2160 gives you four times the detail of a full HD TV, meaning images appear clearer with sharper images, richer colour and enhanced colour contrast.View Deal

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Samsung UE55NU7300, 55in, Curved Ultra HD 4K Certified, HDR, Smart TV | was £729, now £579

Bring your favourite entertainment to life with a 3840 x 2160 4K TV that has the added benefit of a curved design that makes the picture appear bigger and easier to view. View Deal

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LG 55SK8000PLB, 55in, Super UHD Nano Cell, 4K HDR, Freeview Play, Smart, TV | was £1499.99, now £679

This high-quality 4K TV is perfect if you're looking to enhance your entertainment experience, be that watching TV shows or films or playing video games.  View Deal

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Toshiba 55U5863DB, 55in, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Smart TV | was £549.99, now £399

Four times the quality of Full HD TV, this 4K TV provides spectacular, lifelike clarity and deep, rich colours in stunning 3850 x 2160 resolution. View Deal

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Philips 55PUS6753/12 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play and Ambilight 3-sided | was £700, now £479

In addition to ULtra HD, which offers four times the resolution of a standard Full HD TV, this ambilight three sided TV enhances your viewing experience, making it more immersive. View Deal

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 electriQ 55in 4K Ultra HD Dolby Vision HDR LED Smart TV | was £399.97, now £349.97

A great choice for those interested in buying their first 4K TV, this model offers a sharp and immersive viewing experience, allowing users to enjoy ultra-high definition.View Deal

Best 65in TV deals

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Hisense H65AE6100UK 65in 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV | was £999.99, now £579

With 4 times the detail of Full HD, 4K resolution lets you see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beautifully natural motion on the deluxe 65 inch screen. All your entertainment becomes more lifelike, more immersive, more thrilling. View Deal

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Philips 65PUS6523/12 65in 4K Ultra HD Smart TV| was £800, now £599

Thanks to Ultra HD, you can expect sharper, crisper and more detailed images, along with improved colour and contrast thanks to HDR.View Deal

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Samsung UE65NU7300 65in Curved Ultra HD 4K Certified, HDR, Smart TV | was £1,899.99, now £999.99

Bring entertainment to life with high quality 4K resolution enhanced by a unique curved design intended to make a picture appear larger and more lifelike.View Deal

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Toshiba 65U5863DB 65in Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play | was £779, now £599

Successfully combining 4K display with HD upscaling technology, the Toshiba 65U5863DB delivers outstanding quality picture. Coupled with a wealth of smart TV features (including 4K streaming) you can expect to enjoy all of your favourite films and boxset from the comfort of your own home.View Deal

Best 75in TV deals

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Philips 75PUS7803/12 75inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TV with HDR Plus and 3-sided Ambilight | was £2500, now £1999

Experience enhanced viewing with ambilight three sided, which emits a wide glow from your TV screen onto the wall; meaning colour and excitement move beyond the screen. P5 perfect picture engine optimises sharpness, colour, contrast and motion.View Deal

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Best 32in TV deals

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RCA 32in Class HD Roku Smart LED TV | Was $249.99 now $109.99 |Save $140

Got your eye on a small TV? There's no need to fork out lots of money. This one is smart, LED and HD and you'll be saving a whopping $140. Not convinced? No worries, we've got plenty more 32-inch TV recommendations. View Deal

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Sceptre 32in Class HD (720P) LED TV | was $179.99, now $89.99

Experience splendid color and clarity with this affordable model. HDMI input ensures an unbeatable combination of HD video and clear audio.View Deal

Best 43in TV deals

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Samsung 43in Class 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV UN43NU6900 (2018 Model) |was $499.99, now $297.99

A step up from Full HD, the UN50NU6900 offers great clarity and resolution that's four times greater, enhancing the cinematic experience.View Deal

Best 50in TV deals

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Samsung 50in Class 4K Smart LED TV UN50NU6900 (2018 Model) | was $599.99, now $327.99

A step up from Full HD, the UN50NU6900 offers great clarity and resolution that's four times greater, enhancing the cinematic experience.View Deal

How to buy the best TV at the best price

Looking for a new TV? As with lots of items, buying online can be nerve-wracking BUT totally possible. Especially with help from our in-depth TV buying guides. Check them out for the best deals and bags of guidance.

Buying guides:

WHEN IS BLACK FRIDAY 2018?

Mark your calendar, as this year's Black Friday is on Friday 23rd November. Sales will last for about a week or so, and some retailers, such as Amazon, often cut prices well before. In other words, keep your eyes peeled for great deals from the beginning of November onwards.

Can you get great Black Friday TV deals?

Definitely – lots of deals will last from Black Friday through to Cyber Monday and beyond. For more details on other deals to expect as well as tips and tricks, dos and don'ts and how Black Friday really works, we've got you covered. 

Where should I shop for TVs on Black Friday?

With well-known brands ever more attuned to the Black Friday buzz, you can bet on big savings from some of your favourite retailers.

So, you will be able to buy TVs via Amazonand  John Lewis among others. And while we can't predict exactly who will be slashing prices on what just yet, take a look back in time with us to see what we might expect.

Last year, Currys reported that their sales of large TVs increased by 44 per cent compared with 2016, and they also offered 36 per cent off the Sony Bravia Smart Ultra HD TV, taking the price down from £1,099 to a staggering £699. Amazon had some cracking TV deals, including the Sony Bravia KD43XE8004 43-inch TV, reduced from £999 to £599. Argos also jumped in on the action, selling a Samsung 49-inch curved 4K TV for £549 as opposed to £629.

Are Black Friday TV savings real?

Yes, but... since many products' prices change frequently, checking the price history of what you're planning to buy on CamelCamelCamel.com or PriceSpy will tell you whether the savings are real or not. These sites show you whether a price is likely to re-occur.

It's also likely that the TV you're shopping for will be discounted again soon (think Boxing Day sales). Always check, rather than be distracted by the recommended retail price, especially on big ticket home buys.

How we'll help you find the best Black Friday TV deals

Finding the deals is the trickiest part of Black Friday weekend. With so many retailers offering huge savings, it can be difficult to know where to start looking.

The good news? We’ll provide a guide to the best Black Friday TV deals (and, since you ask, on everything for your home, including smart home tech devices, mattresses, storage, furniture, gifts and more). That way, we’ll do the browsing and you can snap up the bargains.

It's worth preparing yourself for the biggest shopping event of the year early, so that when the 23rd November rolls around, you know what to expect. Teach yourself a thing or two from how Black Friday really works to the dos and don'ts, or have a read of the 10 tips for getting the best deals this year. 

Is my new TV the right size?

Before you buy in a rush, desperate to score that brilliant Black Friday TV deal, check you've got the size right. Got your tape measure to hand? Good, because this is vitally important. 

There's a hefty range of screen sizes available from 14 to over 100 inches. Most people will be thinking of going for the biggest TV they can afford, but as impressive as it may look, that's not necessarily the answer. There’s a simple equation to use when it comes to getting a TV that will fit in your space, and allow everyone to watch from a comfortable distance: 

Divide the diagonal width (in inches) of the TV by 0.84 to get the optimum viewing distance

So for example, for a 65 inch TV, you would need to be sitting at least 6.5ft from it  – something to bear in mind if you have a smaller living room but your heart is set on a huge screen. 

That said, modern TVs are smaller/slimmer than older models, which means you can afford to go larger than your last model. Plus, if you replace an HD TV with a UHD one of the same size, but don’t change your viewing distance, you won’t see an improvement in resolution. Either buy a larger UHD TV than your old HD one, or stay the same and pull your sofa nearer.

Which style TV should I get?

While most TVs nowadays all look pretty similar, there are some manufacturers who go beyond the barely there bezels and lookalike pedestals. The most stylish brands are Loewe and Bang & Olufsen, who take a more avant garde approach to TV design.

Curved screens create the ultimate immersive experience, just be aware that they do tend to distort any on-screen reflections so that they cover much more of the screen than they would with a flat TV. Also, if you watch from an angle, the picture can start to look distorted. 

Is the TV right for you?

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4K? HD? OLED? Choosing a new TV can be a bit of a jargon-filled minefield, so let us help you out.

There are two display technologies: LED (Light Emitting Diode) backlit LCD and OLED. It's easy to see why OLED TVs are fast becoming the most popular option, as the individual LEDs light themselves, no backlight is needed and the TV can actually be thinner. It reduces motion blur with as it has a faster refresh rate, in turn offering a sharper, more natural image. LED TVs are perfect if you're looking for a lightweight TV on a budget. However, as they use a backlight to illuminate pixels, colours may be less vivid. 

There are two resolutions to choose from: Ultra HD (UHD, also known as 4K) and HD. HD TV's carry 1920 x 1080 pixels while 4K TVs carry 3840 x 2160 pixels, so can deliver pictures with much more resolution. With 4K sources becoming more well-known (Netflix, Amazon, Sky Q) and the prices of 4K TVs dropping, even if you don’t have currently have any access to 4K content, getting a 4K TV would be a smart move. 

HDR (High Dynamic Range) is the next step up in picture quality, giving you bright spectral highlights, reflections that glint and sunlight that glares. 

If you're going to want to watch Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube at the minimum, as well as broadcast catch-up TV from BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and 5, ensure you choose a smart TV. 

For those who have a keen video gamer in the family, you'll need a TV with low input lag, which gives you fast response times. 

More Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

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