Black Friday LG TV deals 2021: the best sales still live

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The Black Friday LG TV deals are still going strong. Yes, the Big Day is over, but we’re still seeing bumper discounts on some of our favorite televisions, and these LG TVs rank among some of the best gaming TVs currently available – so if you’re looking to pimp your living room, there’s never been a better time.

However, with so many digital storefronts trying to sell you TVs, it’s difficult to know which deals are worth your time. That’s where we come in. We’ve been scouring the internet searching for the very best Black Friday LG TV deals and rounding them all up below. So, if you’ve been looking for the right time to buy that beautiful new A1 model or the superior C1, then now’s the time.

In the US, we’re seeing the best deals courtesy mainly of Walmart (opens in new tab) and Best Buy (opens in new tab), both of which have been undercutting their competitors – and each other – at every corner. Best Buy is even offering its members a price guarantee as well. Over in the UK, you’re looking at decent discounts from Currys and John Lewis and Very, while Amazon continues to offer some substantial discounts. 

So, scroll on for the very best Black Friday LG TV deals still available now. And you can also check out our hubs for the best Black Friday OLED TV deals and best Black Friday QLED TV deals.

Today’s best Black Friday LG TV deals

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Black Friday LG TV deals in the US

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LG 43-inch 4K TV (43UP7000PUA) | $376.99 $326.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $50 – If you’re just after a 4K TV without all the premium bells and whistles that can drive the cost up, this $326.99 price tag on the 7000-Series 43-inch LG is looking particularly strong right now. That’s excellent value for a UHD display with all the latest apps.

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LG 43-inch UP8000 4K TV | $479.99 $399.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $80 – Under $400? This is obscene value. This is a return to a record low price at Best Buy, which means this entry level 43-inch 4K display has never been cheaper. 

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LG NanoCell 75 Series 50-inch 4K TV | $569.99 $499.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $70 – This is the lowest price – apart from an additional $1 saving on Amazon that sold out already – we’ve seen on the 50-inch LG NanoCell TV, with a $70 saving nudging us into new price territory on this high-quality display. Previous discounts have only ever settled at a $549 position, so you’re getting excellent value here.

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LG 70-inch NanoCell 75 Series 4K TV | $1,199 $749 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $450 – A case study in picking and choosing the right moment to save on an LG TV. We first saw this $450 discount just a few weeks ago but it quickly shot back up to over $1000. However, we’re seeing that excellent $749 sales price returning to the shelves.

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LG 48-inch A1 Series OLED TV | $1199.99 $899.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $300 – You’re getting the LG A1 for one of its lowest ever prices here. That’s an extraordinary Black Friday LG TV deal for an OLED screen. It’s also worth noting that this deal sold out over on Amazon and was an extra $50. Black Friday does see TVs go quickly, after all.

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LG NanoCell 80-Series 75-inch 4K TV | $1,499.99 $1,049.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $450 – If you need a seriously large display, you’ll find an excellent $450 discount on this LG NanoCell 80-Series display. Not only is this a premium panel, but you’re getting plenty of it for a record low price as part of the wave of Black Friday LG TV deals. OUT OF STOCK

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LG C1 48-inch OLED TV | $1,296.99 $1,099.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – The 48-inch LG OLED C-Series was introduced last year, but 2021 was the first year it offered good value. You’re certainly getting a strong offer here, with a $200 discount at Best Buy offering up a record low price (it was, to note, $2 cheaper on Amazon, but that has since sold out).

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LG C1 OLED 4K TV | 55-inch | $1,500 $1,299.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – This is a really attractive price for one of the best TVs for PS5 of 2021. That OLED panel is one of the best in the business and it’s got your back for 120hz gaming with HDMI 2.1 ports – as well as a bunch of other excellent LG features.

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LG 55-inch G1 OLED TV | $1,999.99 $1,699.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $300 – This is a record low price on the 55-inch LG G1 OLED, which makes Best Buy’s Black Friday price guarantee even more enticing. If this cost drops even further during the main sales, My Best Buy members will receive a refund of the difference. 

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Black Friday LG TV deals in the UK

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LG OLED C1 4K TV | 55-inch | £1,700 £1,110 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £590 The leader in 4K 120Hz 4K TVs this year, and thus perfect for PS5 and Xbox Series X, the C1 is at its record lowest ever price in the UK right now, dropping a further £80 from earlier this week. The four HDMI 2.1 inputs mean you can connect a multitude of devices at high speed, and should cover any future expansion of your entertainment setup. The best PS5 TV deal going right now. and likely one of the best deals you’ll see all week.

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LG 43-inch 4K TV (43UP75006LF) | £449 £329 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £120 – You might struggle to find better value for money in the budget price range than that offered by this now-£120 discount at Very. You’re getting a solid 43-inch 4K TV for a great price here, excellent news for anyone looking for a new set that won’t break the bank.

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LG 50-inch 4K TV (50UP75006LF) | £549 £438 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £111 – You’re saving well over £100 on this already well-priced 50-inch display. That brings that £549 RRP down to just £438 at Very – a fantastic cost for a high quality LG display. You can also save £50 on a soundbar when you buy this TV in Very’s sales as well.

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LG 55-inch 4K TV (UP77006LB) | £699.99 £479 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £220 – We rarely see 55-inch LG TVs of this quality for under £500, so this almost record low price is working particularly hard for you right now and is available for this week only. If you’re after a larger display, there’s not much out there that can compete with this value right now.

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LG NanoCell 55-inch 4K TV | £795 £579 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Save £224 – You’re getting a record low price on the LG NanoCell 55-inch right now, thanks to a nearly £250 discount. If you need a little more power than a standard LG 4K TV can offer, these crystal clear sets are well worth a look. You also get a free pair of LG headphones when buying through John Lewis. Bargain!

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LG 65-inch (65UP81006LA) 4K TV | £799 £679 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Save £120 – John Lewis are quietly putting together some great Black Friday LG TV deals, and this is another one you should check out. Under £700 for a 65-inch 4K TV is a great deal whatever the make, but LG gives a sharper picture and an extra degree of quality that leaves its rivals in its shadow.

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LG A1 48-inch OLED TV | £1099 £799 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £300 – This one was £450 off on BT, but they sold out exceedingly quickly. Now, we’re back to £799 on other websites, which is still a decent price for this set, though not as good as BT, which just happened to be the lowest price this set had ever been.

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LG A1 55-inch OLED TV | £1,099 £799 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £300 – If you’re looking for a larger screen, you can pick up the 55-inch model for under £800 at Very right now. That’s a worthwhile investment if you’re using your new TV for gaming or big-screen movies.

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Black Friday LG TV deals: FAQs

Best Buy (opens in new tab) and Walmart (opens in new tab) have both launched discounts in the last couple of weeks, which means there are already plenty of Black Friday LG TV deals up for grabs there. Amazon (opens in new tab) is also offering some Black Friday level prices at the moment which are well worth a look. However, we’d recommend checking out Best Buy’s sale first. My Best Buy Members can rest assured that they won’t be sniped on price here. 

Certain items have a Black Friday price guarantee on them, which means that the retailer will refund you the difference if your display’s cost drops even further during official sales. That means it’s well worth getting ahead of the crowds here, picking up some record low prices and enjoying your new display before the main event. 

Black Friday LG TV deals: what else to expect 

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LG makes some of the best TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X, but you don’t have to spend big to get some of the latest tech behind the panel. In fact, we’ve seen Black Friday LG TV deals as low as $200 in the past. This year those kinds of prices might be reserved for older displays, or smaller FHD panels, however, we are expecting some excellent discounts in the $400-$1,000 price bracket. 

Black Friday LG TV deals will also bleed over into some of the best Black Friday OLED TV deals, with premium panels potentially taking their biggest price cuts of the year. 

LG’s current TV lineup includes the LG UP80 UHD 4K model, LG NanoCell 80 Series, OLED A1, and OLED C1. These are the models we expect to be the most popular in 2021’s Black Friday LG TV deals, so whether you’re looking to spend $300 or $3,000, it looks like there’s going to be plenty on the shelves. 

Starting with the cheapest model, the LG UP80 Series, we’re expecting prices to drop down to $349-$399 for the entry-level 43-inch display. This is LG’s ‘everyday’ display, the one designed for the vast majority of consumers, so it’s already pitched at a relatively low price point. Considering we haven’t seen much deviation from the $399 MSRP over the last few months, it’s likely there isn’t much wiggle room in that pricing. However, that may change as you scale up the size options. 

The 65-inch model, for example, has been stuck at its $799 MSRP for a while but has dropped down to $749 in the past. We would expect a little extra cash off come November, especially considering the competition this larger screen is going to be faced with. That means we’d be looking out for a $699 price during flash sales here, potentially moving up to $749 if stock thins out. 

If you’re after a 50-inch model, we’re expecting the $499 price we’ve been seeing over the last few months to give way to an additional $50 discount. It’s a similar story for the 55-inch version as well. While this size is a little harder to find on the shelves, we should see it appear for around $499 in Black Friday LG TV deals – if it’s following the same $50 discount as above. 

LG NanoCell TV

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The LG NanoCell 80 Series boosts your picture quality and color response but comes in at a similar price point while dropping some of the cheaper sizes. The 50-inch model has been set at $699.99 for most of the year, only dropping a few dollars here and there. We could be in for the first significant discount of 2021 here, then, though we’d only expect it to drop to $649.99, or $599.99 if we’re really lucky.

The LG OLED A1 is the brand’s new entry-level model and should see a lot of action in this year’s Black Friday LG TV deals. The a7 Gen 4 AI processor and Dolby Vision / Atmos support is going to be a major draw here, but if you’re after Black Friday gaming TV deals, it’s worth noting this OLED model doesn’t feature HDMI 2.1. We’ve been seeing some excellent prices here over the last few months, with the $1,599.99 MSRP giving way to a $1,299 sales price in August, and sitting at $1,196 over the last few weeks. We’d expect to see this model available for between $1,099 and $1,199 in November, and if the C1 takes a significant price cut we might even see some sub-$1,000 prices here.

The LG C1 OLED is one of the best on the market and has the price tag to prove it. However, you won’t be delving too far into that $1,000 price point in November. The 55-inch model has regularly been on sale for a record low of $1,496.99 (MSRP $1,799) over the last few months which means we can comfortably expect a $1,399 price tag during the holiday sale.

Black Friday LG TV deals price predictions

  • LG OLED C1: MSRP – $1,799 | Expected price – $1,399
  • LG OLED A1: MSRP – $1,599 | Expected price – $1,099-$1,199
  • LG NanoCell 80 Series: MSRP – $699 | Expected price – $649
  • LG UP80 Series: MSRP – $399-$799 | $349-$699

Today’s best deals

If you can’t quite wait for some of the best Black Friday LG TV deals to land on the day itself, it’s worth noting that we expect to see discounts hitting the shelves from now all the way up until the big day. That means early buyers can still jump into some great prices, and you’ll find all the biggest discounts from across the web just below.

If you’re after something a little different, check out our predictions for this year’s best Black Friday projector deals. Or, read up on our top tips for finding the best Black Friday 120Hz 4K TV deals and Black Friday QLED TV deals. If you’re really looking to upgrade, we’d also recommend getting prepped for Black Friday 8K TV deals as well. 

However, if you’re keen to check out the competition we’re also rounding up our predictions for this year’s Black Friday Sony TV deals and Black Friday Samsung TV deals.

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