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Black Friday TV deals 2022

Black Friday is nearly here and you can expect some amazing deals on TVs. This mega sale ensures that you’ll save big on all the best brands, including Samsung, LG, Sony and more.

No matter what your budget or what size and type of TV you are looking for, you are bound to find a fantastic deal below. Scroll down for all the best offers and discounts.

Black Friday TV deals



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Black Friday delivery details

Every store has different delivery deals which can include:

  • In-store pick-up
  • Free delivery with minimum spend
  • Priority delivery

There are a lot of great options for you to choose from, all at the press of a button.

Can I shop in-store on Black Friday?

Sure. If your chosen store has a physical store and you are able to you’re welcome. Otherwise, why not curl up with your favourite hot drink (or vino) and shop the bargains from the comfort of home.

What time can I start shopping?

The Black Friday sale officially starts at 12.00am on Friday 26 November in 2021. Check this page for current offers though – there are often some sneaky early deals! Expect the sales to continue until Cyber Monday on 29 November 2021.

Returns, exchanges and refunds for TVs purchased online

Of course, return periods and conditions vary between retailers as do warranties, so be sure to check the fine print. For many stores selling large electronic items such as televisions, there is a warranty available as well as the usual returns period.

What to consider when buying a TV on Black Friday (26 November)


This is the most obvious factor to consider. While bigger is typically better, there comes a point where a TV can be too big for the space you plan to put it in, leaving you with an experience akin to sitting in the front row at a movie theatre. Put simply, the larger the TV, the further away from it you’ll want to sit to achieve the ideal viewing experience, so bear that in mind before cramming an 80-inch behemoth into a living room barely double that square.


Alongside screen size, resolution is paramount to getting a quality picture out of your TV. Full HD (otherwise known as 1080p) is the bare minimum these days, but you’re more likely to find most TVs supporting 4K resolution instead. 4K, as the name implies, delivers 4 times the resolution of regular HD, but bear in mind that you’ll only notice a significant difference in quality when viewing 4K-compatible content. Watching an HD movie or playing a game in 1080p isn’t going to look a whole lot different than it would on an HD TV set, and support for 4K is still relatively low across the board. Still, most 4K sets are priced similarly to older 1080p models nowadays, so picking the future-proof option is typically the way to go.

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