The best Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals still available: some discounts are still on

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There are some good-to-great Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals that are still available now, even if the big sales weekend has passed by in its fullest form. There are still some great opportunities to save some serious cash on some of the best TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X going – and what a timely acquisition that would be before the holidays.

The best TVs for new-gen consoles should have improved HDR, 120HZ refresh rates, and HDMI 2.1 support. We’ve also got some 8K screens here, as well. These upgrades and advancements have become somewhat more accessible, but they still are often found with the premium TVs, so if you can get ’em at a discount, don’t hesitate. Take advantage of these Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals that are still available while you can and hopefully you can save cash getting a premium display into your setup.

Over Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we’ve seen some of the best gaming TVs drop dramatically in price. If you’re still chasing PS5 stock and Xbox Series X stock, we can help with that, but remember that nabbing a great TV at a great price won’t hurt either. Check out the best Cyber Monday PS5 deals still available and Cyber Monday Xbox Series X deals still available if you want to enhance your console setup on the cheap with those sales that are still hanging around. 

The best Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals still available

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Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals in the US

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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 – The sweetheart of gaming TVs in 2021. And you can get it at a tasty discount now too which makes it all the sweeter. This is the TV that many folks are aiming for and getting it for this price is an absolute steal.

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LG 55″ G1 OLED | $2000 $1,699.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $300 – A lowest ever price on this terrific 55-inch LG G1 OLED means you can get one of the top TVs for less. You’ll need to get a stand separately, but the saving here and quality on offer more than make up for that.

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Samsung QN900A 8K TV | 65-inch | $5,000 $3,299.99 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save $1,500 – If you’re looking to future-proof yourself then this is a cracking means to do so – and get one of the best 8K gaming TVs in the process too. This is a superb price and discount for a high-end TV that came out this year.

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Sony 4K 120Hz X90J TV | $1,099.99 $898 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $201.99 – This 50-inch television is one of the best TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X gaming, and this price is an excellent entry point. If you’ve been looking to pimp your setup with a screen boasting 4K, 120Hz refresh rate capabilities, and HDMI 2.1 ports, look no further.

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55-inch Sony Bravia XR A80J Series  | $1,799.99 $1,699.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $100 – Perfect for combining with your PS5, the Bravia A80J is a good deal at this price. This discount goes some way to negate the ‘Sony premium’ that is usually applied to the tech company’s screens and means you’re getting great value.

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Samsung 75-inch Q80A QLED TV | $2,699.99 $1,697.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $1000 – A wall-filling TV with a thousand dollars off? Yes, that’s the definition of a Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X deal. And you’re getting some top-end QLED action here too for the lowest ever price.

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Sony KD55X80J | 55-inch | $800 $598 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – A high-quality Sony TV for less than $600 is a great deal and means you’re bagging some serious value for money. That’s the lowest ever price, and it’ll play perfectly with a PS5.

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Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals in the UK

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LG OLED C1 4K TV | 55-inch | £1,700 £1,129 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £571 This exceptional TV seems to have been getting better and better in value all week and weekend! The perfect gaming TV for its price tag is exceptional value at this amount and one you’ll not regret getting.

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Samsung NeoQLED QN700A | 55-inch | + FREE Z Flip3 phone | £2,499 £1,999 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
Save £500 – The free Z Flip3 phone really makes this deal excellent. If, for example, you didn’t need the phone, you could resell it for a tidy sum and thus bring the cost of this excellent 8K TV down in relative terms. A great deal.

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Philips OLED805 4K TV | 55-inch | £1,299 £999 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £300 –
Perennially popular with the UK TV market, the USP of Philips Ambilight really does heighten the gaming experience and immerse you further into virtual worlds.

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Samsung NeoQLED 4K TV | 43-inch | £1,299 £949 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £350 – The flagship NeoQLED TV from Samsung of 2021 is the perfect choice for those who lean toward brighter colours and pictures for their games. This is the one I’d go for if I was upgrading.

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Cyber Monday PS5 and Xbox Series X TV deals – FAQs

One of our favorite TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X, the LG OLED C1 – which we gave a glowing 5-star write-up of in our LG OLED C1 review – is currently at its historic lowest-ever price for the 65-inch variant on Amazon at the moment. It’s down to $1,796.99 (opens in new tab) from its usual selling price of $2,500. We’re hoping that this demonstrates the kind of savings that we’re going to see when Cyber Monday comes around, with even deeper discounts than the $703 off that we’ve seen here. 

Other flagship models from established brands are currently at their lowest-ever price ahead of Cyber Monday as well, like the Samsung Q80A which is reduced to $1,097.99 (opens in new tab) from its $1,300 MSRP – for a full $202 off. This scale of offers is much more likely as to what we’re going to see on Cyber Monday, with anything more extensive to be reserved for Black Friday. But you never know…

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Our price comparison technology works flat out to bring you the hottest deals on TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X this side of Cyber Monday. 

We know that Cyber Monday isn’t quite with us just yet, but if you’ve been at a loss as to what TV to buy for your PS5 or Xbox Series X, then we recommend the LG G1 for its phenomenal OLED display and bright colors afforded by the proprietary HDR technology, especially the ‘game enhancer’ settings. 

However, if you’re looking for a more wallet-friendly panel to make the most of your new console with, and don’t mind 60Hz, then the Sony X80J is hard to beat at its $1,000 (opens in new tab) MSRP with full Dolby Vision HDR support and MotionFlow smoothing sure to provide a stellar gaming experience for less.

What spec TV do I need for PS5?

When it comes to specs on the top TVs for PS5 (and Xbox Series X, for that matter), there are definitely a few things to make sure your screen is offering in order to get the most out of your console. 

It’s common knowledge that 4K TVs are the best for gaming, so this should generally be your first spec to ensure is under the hood. Next, and fast becoming the defining characteristic of the PS5 TV, is HDMI 2.1 and 120Hz refresh rate capability. This will push games into the framerates once dominated only by gaming PCs and laptops – while retaining true 4K resolution too. You’ll also want to ensure the TVs have great HDR – but we’ve barely seen any 4K TV without HDR. Beyond these, you’ll then get into different screen types – like OLED and QLED (which are the top two tiers of PS5 TV tech – and other, manufacturer-only features. The likes of Samsung and LG and Sony are always ones to cram such features in so you’ll always get the best packages with them, all in.

What TV screen type is best for PS5 and Xbox Series X?

If you want the absolute best screen for your PS5 or Xbox Series X this Cyber Monday, then the answer to this question is almost certainly OLED television tech, or QLED television tech. We don’t think declaring this is particularly controversial. These are by far the two most superior screen types for gaming and these are what you want to aim for tech-wise.

However, you can always increase your options a bit by incorporating price. Away from the technical specifications and features, there are some genuinely good screens that are LCD or LED that could be the best TV screen type for you and your gaming setup. If you can get to a store and see TVs running some imagery, then having an ‘in the flesh’ look will definitely help – but just for downright image brilliance, you have to look at QLED and OLED televisions.


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