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Black Friday OLED TV deals you DON’T want to miss

Black Friday is here and it’s brought with it plenty of bargains on OLED TVs, from the likes of LG, Sony and Philips

As the Black Friday deals begin to fall thick and fast, it can be difficult to find something specific among the neverending barrages of bargains and deluges of discounts. We’ve already plucked out the most enticing Black Friday TV deals for your viewing pleasure, but now we’re back with all the best bargains to be had on OLED TVs.

OLED TVs are becoming more and more affordable, but it’s still a savvy move to wait for these deals events to make sure that you get the best price possible.

As is always the case with the whirlwind of Black Friday, these deals can come and go in the blink of an eye. There’s a steady balance between not just snatching up the first thing you see and not waiting so long that you miss out entirely. We’ll be updating this page periodically across the deals season, making sure to bring you the best deals that are currently available, so check back in regularly if none of the below options catch your eye.

The Black Friday OLED TV deals you can’t miss

LG A1 OLED | 48in: £699, 55in: £799, 65in: £1,199 | Buy now from AO

The good: LG’s entry-level OLED TV, the A1, won’t offer the same brightness levels or advanced features as its more expensive brethren, but you’re still getting the exceptional viewing angles and perfect blacks of an OLED TV for a fantastic price. Use the code BFOLED100 at checkout to get the discount.

The bad: The next model up, the LG C1 (see below), is becoming increasingly affordable. It’s better for HDR and gaming, so may well be worth spending the extra.

Buy now from AO

LG C1 OLED | 55in (was £1,299; now £1,199) | Buy now from John Lewis

The good: The HDR performance and colour accuracy are absolutely outstanding, producing a vivid and vibrant picture, whether you’re watching a movie or gaming. On that front, the 120Hz refresh rate and support for VRR and ALLM make this a solid choice for next-gen gaming.

The bad: The brightness doesn’t quite reach the same peaks as similarly priced LCD alternatives, and the suite of HDR formats isn’t complete, due to the lack of HDR10+.

Buy now from John Lewis

Philips 806 OLED | 43in: £999, 55in: £1,199 | Buy now from Currys

The good: The biggest draw of this one is the Ambilight technology that seems to bleed colours beyond the boundary of the screen. There’s also a full range of HDR formats, 4K at 120Hz and cinematic audio quality with Dolby Atmos.

The bad: For all its flashy features, the processing on this one can’t quite keep up with the Sony and LG models on this list.

Buy now from Currys

Sony Bravia XR A80J | 65in (was £2,199; now £1,799) | Buy now from Argos

The good: As well as a class-leading processor and exceptional colour accuracy, the Sony Bravia XR A80J features Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, which matches the sound to its onscreen location for the ultimate immersion when watching movies.

The bad: Despite running 4K at 120Hz, there’s currently no ALLM or VRR on this model, so it’s not the best choice for gaming.

Buy now from Argos