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Looking for a 4K TV on Cyber Monday? These Are the 7 Best Deals

We’ve rounded up the best deals on TVs by LG, Samsung, Vizio and TCL.

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LG B9 OLED

LG’s entry-level TV is the cheapest it has ever been. Amazon is selling 55-inch models, which normally cost $1,800, for $1,197.

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LG C9 OLED

LG’s C9 Series of OLED TVs is able to deliver a marginially better picture than the B9 Series, and the hardware of the TV looks a little nicer, too. Best Buy is selling discounted 55-inch and 65-inch models.

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Samsung Q60R

Amazon is discounting Samsung’s Q60R Series of 4K QLED TVs, ranging in sizes from 49-inch to 82-inch models. The deals stretch between 20 and 47 percent off.

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Samsung Q70

Best Buy is discounting Samsung’s Q70 Series of 4K QLED TVs, which deliver a significantly better (brighter with more contrast) than the Q60R Series. Save $200 on a 65-inch model.

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Vizio P-Series Quantum

These are Vizio’s high-end 4K TVs. At Best Buy, you can purchase a 65-inch model (normally $1,200) for $300 off or a 75-inch model (normally $2,000) for $500 off.

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Vizio M-Series Quantum

If you’re looking for something a little more affordable, go for Vizio’s midrange M-Series Quantum. You can purchase a 55-inch model (normally $600) for $120 off at Best Buy. Or you can purchase a 65-inch model (normally $800) for $150 off.

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TCL 6-Series

If you want an affordable Roku TV, TCL’s 6-Series is a great option. Walmart is selling 65-inch models for almost $500 off.

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