Some deals simply can’t be beaten, and that’s the case with this astonishing Black Friday OLED TV deal for the LG C1. This hugely popular television has been steadily decreasing in price over the past few weeks, and even after Black Friday it’s continuing to drop to ever-lower prices.
The LG C1 OLED is now a mere £900 for a 48-inch size, marking a further £99 discount on top of its Black Friday price, making for a very impressive Cyber Monday TV deal. The 55-inch model is now just £1,115 too – making for a total £585 discount from its RRP.
Last year’s LG CX model was a runaway bestseller, offering a perfect mix of performance and affordability, and its C1 successor is no different. LG Electronics makes the best OLED TVs in the business, with vivid colors, capable processing, and stunning light-dark contrast. The C Series is a great midpoint in the LG range, not quite budget and not quite premium, and capable of satisfying huge swathes of TV watchers.
We’re now transitioning into Cyber Monday deals season, with some retailers (like Amazon) already flying Cyber Monday banners to commemorate the coming sales day. And it looks like some deals will really only get better as we approach it.
Cyber Monday TV deals: LG C1 OLED
Why should you buy the LG C1? It’s a five-star product, and one of the best TVs on TechRadar to date. You might buy it for the color reproduction, the suite of high-end inputs to allow you to game on a next-gen console at full power or the excellent smart features interface (many members of the TechRadar team own an LG OLED, and they all rave about what it offers).
This current offer makes it as cheap as last year’s bestselling LG CX, too, so we really wouldn’t recommend sleeping on this one.
Outside the UK? See the best TV deals in your region just below.
More Cyber Monday TV deals
Looking for more discounts? Head over to our main cheap TV deals page to see a full list of recommendations from LG, Samsung, Sony, and other leading brands. Also:
More Cyber Monday TV deals in the UK
- Amazon: up to 45% off Echo, Kindle and more for Black Friday
- Adidas: half-price trainers, tees, tracksuits and exercise gear
- Asda: offers on Lego, Nintendo Switch and vacuums – plus in-store exclusives
- Argos: lowest-ever prices for the LG C1 OLED TV and stocking fillers from £6
- AO: OLED TVs from £799, up to £150 off Shark vacuums and appliance discounts
- Boots: 50% off fragrances, beauty and gift sets
- Currys: record low prices on OLED TVs, coffee machines and laptops
- Dell: save 35% off Inspiron, XPS and Alienware laptops
- eBay: get 20% off select clothing, electronics and homewares sellers
- Ebuyer: SSDs from £21.99, 44% off laptops and Razer gaming chairs for £279.99
- EE: get a free Xbox Series S with select phone contracts starting from £29
- Emma Sleep: up to 50% off mattresses in the biggest-ever sale for Black Friday
- Go Outdoors: 20% off clothing, camping gear and more for Black Friday
- JD Sports: trainers from Nike, Adidas and Puma at up to 50% off
- John Lewis: low prices on top electricals such as TVs, laptops and more with extended warranties
- Microsoft: save up to £450 on the Surface Pro 7
- Nectar: get 45% off any mattress and up to 30% off bedding
- Nike: thousands of trainers, t-shirts, tracksuits and hoodies reduced by up to 40%
- Ninja: £70 off Ninja food processors and air fryers in the Black Friday sale
- Nintendo Switch: get a Nintendo Switch with Animal Crossing New Horizons for £279
- Shark vacuums: up to £180 off cordless vacs in the Black Friday sale
- Simply Be: discounts of up to 50% on coats, jackets and cardigans
- Sky: Superfast broadband packages from £25, 50% off iPhone and Samsung plans
- Smyths Toys: early deals on Lego, Nerf and more
- Studio: up to 40% off electricals, Christmas decorations, furniture and appliances
- TVs: budget 4K smart TVs from only £159
- Very: great discounts on Apple products, including AirPods and MacBook Pro
- Wayfair: save on furniture, rugs, desks and lighting
Henry is TechRadar’s News & Features Editor, covering the stories of the day with verve, moxie, and aplomb. He’s spent the past three years reporting on TVs, projectors and smart speakers as well as gaming and VR – including a stint as the website’s Home Cinema Editor – and has been interviewed live on both BBC World News and Channel News Asia, discussing the future of transport and 4K resolution televisions respectively. As a graduate of English Literature and persistent theatre enthusiast, he’ll usually be found forcing Shakespeare puns into his technology articles, which he thinks is what the Bard would have wanted. Bylines include Edge, T3, and Little White Lies.