55-inch 4K TV deal: £279 Roku TV looks like the ultimate Cyber Monday bargain

TCL has a 55-inch 4K TV bargain up for grabs right now

TCL 55RP620K TV deal
(Image credit: Future / TCL)

If you're in the market for a 4K HDR TV upgrade in the Black Friday sales then this TCL TV deal has a lot going for it. For starters it's huge, at 55-inches, but its price tag is tiny by comparison, at just £279 for the Cyber Weekend of sales.

View the 55-inch TCL Roku TV deal at Currys

That's a massive third off the original asking price, which I think could make it the best cheap TV deal this Cyber Monday. That's cheaper than the (smaller-scale) 50-inch Hisense TV deal that looked like a surefire winner of the weekend sales... until now!

55-inch TCL 55RP620K 4K Roku TV: £399, now £279 at Currys

55-inch TCL 55RP620K 4K Roku TV: was £399, now £279 at Currys

A big screen for a little price is the real appeal of this TCL set with Roku built-in. But just because the price is small doesn't mean it misses key features: it's 4K resolution and there's HDR support too. That makes this set a big ol' bargain!

This is the 2021 model, so it's recent enough to deliver plenty of the mod cons that you'd want from such a telly. There's built-in Roku, of course, meaning a great platform for streaming, with all your favourites on board. In addition, there's support for high dynamic range (HDR), including the HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision formats. 

You won't get some of the most up-to-date features, such as HDMI 2.1 (so no current-gen gaming refresh rates), but the fact that this screen is so large, for so little money thanks to this discount is what gives it real appeal. 

Mike Lowe
Tech Editor

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