T3's top 5 Cyber Monday TV deals under £500 – from 32 to 58 inches

We pick the most affordable Cyber Monday TV deals worth actually buying, in a range of sizes

Samsung Frame with sign saying Cyber Monday deals
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Looking for most bargainous TV offers that can be found among the best Cyber Monday deals this year? Then you've come to the right place, because I've collected the top 5 Cyber Monday TV deals available for under £500.

I've chosen five different sizes of TV, so no matter when you want a compact 32-inch TV with punch, or you want to get a huge 58-inch set for a low price, you'll find the perfect pick.

And in between those sizes, you'll find excellent 4K TVs that deliver modern smart TV features and great image quality, but for a superb price. I've been careful here not to just pick the cheapest models I can find, but rather to pick things that offer the best bang for your buck.

This list isn't of cheap TVs knocked out with janky image quality – there are two TVs here that earned five out of five stars from us (read our full Samsung AU9000 review and Samsung AU7100 review for more).

Samsung 32-inch The Frame QLED Full HD TV:  was £499, now £379 at Very.co.uk

Samsung 32-inch The Frame QLED Full HD TV: was £499, now £379 at Very.co.uk
This the best-looking 32-inch TV money can buy in two senses: its QLED screen tech delivers bold colours; and its design is made to please, with a border like a picture frame. You also get Samsung's great smart TV features, with all the major streaming services.

Samsung 43-inch AU9000 4K TV:  was £599, now £399 at Very.co.uk

Samsung 43-inch AU9000 4K TV: was £599, now £399 at Very.co.uk
Save £200 on this 43-inch 4K TV, which features Samsung's most advanced image tech outside of its (much more expensive) QLED 4K TVs. You get tons of 4K detail and good upscaling from HD, impressive contrast, and Samsung's smart TV platform covers all your streaming needs. We gave this TV the full five stars in our review.

Panasonic 50-inch JX800 4K TV:  was £699, now £499 at Currys

Panasonic 50-inch JX800 4K TV: was £699, now £499 at Currys
Save £200 on a TV that's made to be cinematic. Panasonic's employs Hollywood pros to help make sure its TVs are perfectly calibrated for how movies are made, so you get incredibly rich colours and HDR tones. If you want a mid-sized TV that's really designed for movie lovers, look no further. It even includes both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ advanced HDR formats - most high-end TVs don't even manage that.

Samsung 55-inch AU7100 4K TV:  was £579, now £469 at Currys

Samsung 55-inch AU7100 4K TV: was £579, now £469 at Currys
Save £110 and get a big-screen TV for a small price. This is Samsung's most affordable 4K TV range of 2021, and it delivers incredible value for money – we gave the AU7100 range five stars in our review. Image quality is strong, and the smart TV software is second to none.

Hisense 58-inch A7100 4K TV:  was £549, now £399 at Very.co.uk

Hisense 58-inch A7100 4K TV: was £549, now £399 at Very.co.uk
Save £150 on this TV that delivers an even bigger screen for the price. You get 4K HDR images at a really great size here – a 58-inch screen is barely any wider than a 55-inch TV, but actually provides a noticeable upgrade in overall screen area, giving it even more impact in the same space.

Matthew Bolton
Matthew Bolton

Matt is T3's master of all things audiovisual, running our TV, speakers and headphones coverage. He also handles smart home products and large appliances, as well as our toys and games articles. He's the only one on the team who can explain both what Dolby Vision IQ is and why the Lego you're building doesn't fit together the way the instructions say, so is truly invaluable.

Matt has worked for tech publications for over 10 years, in print and online, including running T3's print magazine and launching its most recent redesign. He's also contributed to a huge number of tech and gaming titles over the years. Say hello if you see him roaming the halls at CES, IFA or Toy Fair.