The best Black Friday 50-inch TV deals 2021

See all the best Black Friday 48- to 50-inch TV deals in one place, including compact OLED TVs and budget options – from Samsung, LG, Sony and more

LG C1 on purple background with Black Friday deals sign
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If you're looking for a Black Friday 50-inch TV deal, this is the place. We've got today's lowest prices on 48- to 50-inch TVs from a range of big-name manufacturers, including top OLED and QLED 4K TVs, as well as more affordable models.

The best 50-inch TVs are always huge hits over Black Friday, because they can fit in most people's living rooms without requiring a major furniture rearrangement, and you can find some seriously great offers on them among the best Black Friday deals. They're big enough to feel cinematic, but not so big that they command huge sums.

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You get a lot of flexibility at this size: you can buy versions of the very best TVs with elite image quality, you can balance quality and features with great-value options that rank among the best TVs under £1000 and best TVs under $1000, and there are some of the best TVs under £500 at this size. And, of course, Black Friday means you could get an even better TV for your budget.

You've got all the major 4K TV tech options here, including some of the best OLED TVs from LG, and lots of the best Samsung TVs come with 50-inch options.

This size tends to deliver some of the best TV deals in terms of getting great image quality for a low price – and at a size that can be big enough to feel cinematic in the living room, but can also be small enough to fit in offices or bedrooms.

Today's best Black Friday 50-inch TV deals

Samsung Q60A 50-inch 4K QLED TV:  was £849, now £599 at Currys

Samsung Q60A 50-inch 4K QLED TV: was £849, now £599 at Currys
This is the 50-inch version of Samsung's most affordable QLED TV, meaning that you get bold colours, good contrast, great 4K Ultra HD detail levels, and excellent smart TV features – and £250 off.

LG 48-inch C1 OLED 4K TV:  was £1,199, now £999 at John Lewis

LG 48-inch C1 OLED 4K TV: was £1,199, now £999 at John Lewis
The LG C1 the best OLED TV on the planet for most people, balancing performance, features and price. HDMI 2.1 makes it future-proof, and image quality is absolutely beautiful. With £200 off, this is the cheapest price it's ever been.

Samsung 50-inch QN94A 4K TV:  was £1,899, now £999 at Box.co.uk

Samsung 50-inch QN94A 4K TV: was £1,899, now £999 at Box.co.uk
Save a colossal £900 on this astounding TV, which features the same image quality as the Samsung QN95A – and said that's the best 4K TV on the planet for dazzling HDR picture quality. Samsung Neo QLED mini-LED panel has to be seen to be believed – it can achieve massive brightness and deep black levels, and is packed with colour. The 4K detail is second to none, too. And it's equipped with HDMI 2.1 and all the latest gaming features.

LG 48-inch A1 OLED TV:  was £999, now £799 at AO.com

LG 48-inch A1 OLED TV: was £999, now £799 at AO.com
This is LG's cheapest OLED TV it's ever sold, thanks to this £200 saving. You get the deep, nuanced contrast that OLED is known for, but the low price just means you don't get as advanced image processing as LG's more expensive model – but it still looks fantastic. You also don't get HDMI 2.1 for gaming features, but that won't be a problem if movies and TV is your focus.

Samsung Black Friday 50-inch TV deals

Samsung AU7100

Samsung AU9000

Samsung Q60A

Samsung Q80A

Samsung QN90A

Samsung QN95A

Sony Black Friday 50-inch TV deals

Sony X85J

Sony X90J

LG Black Friday 50-inch TV deals

LG A1

LG C1

LG B1

Hisense Black Friday 50-inch TV deals

Hisense A6G

Hisense A7G

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