Currys Black Friday 4K TV deals: our picks of top deals on Samsung, Sony, LG and more

Currys' Black Friday sale has loads of great TV offers, including the cheapest LG OLED TV to date!

Currys Black Friday deals, LG C1 on yellow background with sign saying Hot Deal
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Currys' Black Friday deals have officially started, despite Black Friday technically coming at the end of the month. But with the TV deals we're seeing already, there's no need to wait for the 'real' day – there's a huge range of discounts, and they include some majorly tempting sets from big names, including LG and Philips OLED TVs, Samsung QLEDs, and mid-range and budget buys from the likes of Sony, TCL and Hisense. You can browse all of the TV deals at the link below, or we'll pick out our specific faves if you read on.

Browse Currys' Black Friday TV deals

The headline offer is the 48-inch LG A1 OLED TV, which is the cheapest price we've ever seen for an LG OLED. And sticking with OLED for a moment, the five-star LG C1 48-inch is also under £1000 for the first time ever, or you can get the 55-inch Philips OLED805 for £999 too.

• LG A1 48-inch OLED TV: was £799, now £999 at Currys
• LG C1 48-inch OLED TV:
was £1,199, now £999 at Currys
• Philips 55-inch OLED805:
was £1,299, now £999 at Currys

If you're looking for smaller and cheaper TVs, there are some great deals there too. There's a 32-inch TCL TV with Roku smart TV software, which means its as easy to use and packed with streaming services as any elite TV, but it costs just £159 now. There's also a 40-inch JVC TV with Amazon's Fire TV smart software, which again is so easy to use but offers every major streaming services, and that's now £279. And the five-star Samsung AU9000 43-inch is the best image quality you can get from its TVs outside of the more expensive QLED models, and now is just £449.

• TCL 32-inch Roku TV: was £229, now £159 at Currys
• JVC Fire TV Edition 40-inch 4K TV:
was £329, now £279 at Currys
• Samsung AU9000 43-inch 4K TV:
was £549, now £449

If you want a gaming TV with HDMI 2.1 connections that ready for PS5 and Xbox Series X, the Sony X85J is now the cheapest option on the market, and the 43-inch version is just £699. And if you want something with unparalleled HDR performance for the price, the 55-inch Samsung Q94A is now £1,299 – and it's a hell of a TV for that price. It offers essentially the same picture quality as the Samsung Q95A, but without the fancy One Connect box.

• Sony X85J 43-inch 4K TV: was £829, now £699
• Samsung QN94A 55-inch QLED 4K TV:
was £1,599, now £1,299

And finally, let's look at some sheer bang-for-buck models. The Hisense A7G is a QLED TV with Dolby Vision and AI-based processing, and you can get the 50-inch version for just £448 right now. If you want a 65-inch TV for mid-range prices, our pick of everything out there is the Samsung Q80A, which now £1,099 – it features Samsung's highest-end 4K processing, which means it'll really make sure everything is pristine at a larger size, and its HDR performance is superb. And if you want to go BIG for less, let's look at the Samsung AU9000 again, which has a 75-inch version for just £999!

• Hisense A7Q 50-inch QLED 4K TV: was £699, now £448
• Samsung Q80A 65-inch QLED 4K TV:
was £1,499, now £1,099
• Samsung AU9000 75-inch 4K TV:
was £1,299, now £999

LG A1 48-inch OLED TV: was £799, now £999 at Currys

LG A1 48-inch OLED TV: was £799, now £999 at Currys
The LG A1 is a 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision HDR, and LG's a7 processor – meaning that it features a panel with glorious colours and nuanced HDR, but just doesn't have as much brightness or as advanced processing as LG's more expensive models. With £200 off, if offers glorious quality for the price. In fact, this is the cheapest OLED TV LG has ever offered thanks to this discount.

LG C1 48-inch OLED TV: was £1,199, now £999 at Currys

LG C1 48-inch OLED TV: was £1,199, now £999 at Currys
This is LG's super-popular blockbuster OLED TV of 2021. You get excellent 4K image quality, the highest-end image processing, and HDMI 2.1 connectivity for future-proofing. At £200 off, this is the cheapest it's EVER been.

Philips 55-inch OLED805: was £1,299, now £999 at Currys

Philips 55-inch OLED805: was £1,299, now £999 at Currys
This 4K OLED TV delivers punchy colours, sharp Ultra HD detail and rich HDR – and bring Philips' unique Ambilight tech, which makes the image feel even more immersive. The £300 saving here brings big-screen OLED for a small price.

TCL 32-inch Roku TV: was £229, now £159 at Currys

TCL 32-inch Roku TV: was £229, now £159 at Currys
This 32-inch TV gives you HD images for a low price, but comes with all the latest smart TV features. The Roku software is easy to use, and supports every major streaming service, plus Apple AirPlay 2. With £70 off its normal price, it's a true bargain.

Samsung AU9000 43-inch 4K TV: was £549, now £449

Samsung AU9000 43-inch 4K TV: was £549, now £449
Save £100 on one of the best cheap TVs around – we have this model five stars in our Samsung AU9000 review. You get rich colours, detailed 4K image quality, impressive contrast, and Samsung's great smart TV software.

Hisense A7Q 50-inch QLED 4K TV: was £699, now £448

Hisense A7Q 50-inch QLED 4K TV: was £699, now £448
This TV uses a  QLED panel and Dolby Vision HDR support offer intense colours and rich contrast, while AI upscaling makes sure everything is detailed. With £251 off, it's a ridiculously well-specced TV, and this is a great size for most living rooms.

Samsung Q80A 65-inch QLED 4K TV: was £1,499, now £1,099

Samsung Q80A 65-inch QLED 4K TV: was £1,499, now £1,099
Thanks to Samsung's high-end processing and fantastic QLED tech, everything will look phenomenal on this 65-inch TV – bigger is better. It's brighter than anything else you can get at this price, with deep black levels for serious HDR. At £400, this is the best bang-for-buck 65-inch option around.

Samsung AU9000 75-inch 4K TV: was £1,299, now £999

Samsung AU9000 75-inch 4K TV: was £1,299, now £999
This is Samsung's best TV outside of its much pricier QLED range – you get bold colours, solid contrast, and great 4K detail. Which you'll need, if you're going for 75 inches! With £300, this is the huge-screen bargain of the year.

JVC Fire TV Edition 40-inch Full HD TV: was £329, now £279 at Currys

JVC Fire TV Edition 40-inch Full HD TV: was £329, now £279 at Currys
This TV doesn't have 4K resolution (it's 1920x1080, Full HD), but it does have new and fancy smart TV software in the form of Amazon's Fire TV system. It's very easy to use, thanks partly to working with Alexa. If you want a super-slick TV with £51 off, and don't mind the resolution, this is ideal.

Sony X85J 43-inch 4K TV: was £829, now £699

Sony X85J 43-inch 4K TV: was £829, now £699
£130 off this mid-range 4K TV from Sony makes it a really great price for gaming fans in particular, because it's the cheapest set around with HDMI 2.1 support, including 4K 120Hz. It's also a great TV for movies, including Dolby Vision HDR support, and the Google TV software is smooth and slick, too.

Samsung QN94A 55-inch QLED 4K TV: was £1,599, now £1,299

Samsung QN94A 55-inch QLED 4K TV: was £1,599, now £1,299
This TV uses Samsung's next-gen Neo QLED panel, which brings unbelievable HDR performance and contrast. Its high brightness makes it really the best 4K TV on the market for rooms that get a lot of light. The image processing is also impeccable, it has great smart TV software, and is equipped with HDMI 2.1 for gaming future-proofing.

Matthew Bolton
Matthew Bolton

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