Cyber Monday TV sales in Australia 2022 — the best deals still available

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday might have officially wrapped up, but there are still plenty of leftover TV sales to be found in Australia, with some fantastic deals and discounts on big name television brands. 

TV sales happen year-round, however, we've been around the block enough times to tell you without hesitation that the Black Friday / Cyber Monday period is your best chance to score a top deal on a new television. 

Not only are TV manufacturers extremely eager to get in on the Cyber Monday madness, the timing is also perfect — the event's date is far enough away from when the year's best TVs were released, that brands like Sony, Samsung and LG are more than willing to heavily discount them.

Traditionally, the best TV sales happen between Black Friday (November 25) and Cyber Monday (November 28). However, it's worth noting that some retailers may continue their sale prices beyond the event's end date.

With that in mind, you can find the best Cyber Monday TV deals still available below. Please note, the prices listed are accurate at time of last update, and may fluctuate.

Editor's pick: best leftover deals

LG G2 77-inch Evo Gallery Edition OLED TV (opens in new tab)
TOP DEAL

LG G2 77-inch Evo Gallery Edition OLED TV | AU$8,995 AU$7,550 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,445)

The discount on this deal gets even smaller today, but still saves you a fair bit of dosh. The LG G2 is the company's most premium OLED TV of the year, offering a brighter, more dynamic display, along with premium design and excellent gaming features. The 'Gallery' part of the name suggests it should be mounted to the wall and displayed like the work of art it is. The LG G2 is available at its biggest discount with this 77-inch model and with more great savings other sizes.

65-inch AU$4,995 AU$4,080 (opens in new tab) (save AU$915)
55-inch AU$3,695 AU$2,990 (opens in new tab) (save AU$705)

Samsung The Frame QLED 4K TV (2022) (opens in new tab)
GREAT DEAL

Samsung The Frame QLED 4K TV (2022) | from AU$620 (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$1,915)

Samsung's The Frame is the top television for those who have an eye for interior design and want to keep their home looking pristine. This year's model has an anti-glare screen with a matte finish, making its art mode even more convincing. Now discounted in various sizes at Appliance Central.

32-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$795 AU$620 (save AU$175)
43-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$1,495 AU$1,220 (save AU$275)
50-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$2,095 AU$1,480 (save AU$625)
55-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$2,095 AU$1,370 (save AU$625)
65-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$2,599 AU$2,090 (save AU$509)
75-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$3,495 AU$2,350 (save AU$1,145)
85-inch model (opens in new tab): AU$5,295 AU$3,380 (save AU$1,915)

Best Cyber Monday TV sales

55 inches

Samsung 55-inch QN90B 4K UHD Neo QLED TV | (opens in new tab)

Samsung 55-inch QN90B 4K UHD Neo QLED TV | AU$3,489 AU$2,792 (opens in new tab) (save AU$697)

If 75 inches is too much screen for your living room, you could opt instead for the 55-inch model of Samsung's QN90B, which offers the exact same experience on slightly smaller real estate. Grab it now ahead of Black Friday and score AU$697 off the RRP. 

LG QNED85 55-inch 4K Mini LED TV | (opens in new tab)

LG QNED85 55-inch 4K Mini LED TV | AU$2,495 AU$1,850 (opens in new tab) (save AU$645)

LG isn't all about OLED — in fact, the manufacturer has also brought out a range of Mini LED TVs to offer an alternative to Samsung's Neo QLED. LG's 55-inch QNED85 model offers excellent black levels and amazing brightness at a more affordable price point than OLED. Was AU$2,495, now just AU$1,850.

65 inches

Samsung 65-inch QN90B Neo QLED 4K Smart TV (opens in new tab)
TOP DEAL

Samsung 65-inch QN90B Neo QLED 4K Smart TV | AU$3,899 RRP AU$3,190 (opens in new tab) (save AU$709)

One of Samsung's best 4K televisions of 2022 gets a huge discount at Appliance Central ahead of Black Friday across multiple sizes, with savings of up to AU$709 for the 65-inch model (opens in new tab). If those are too big for your living room, you could also opt for 55-inch (opens in new tab), 50-inch (opens in new tab) or 43-inch (opens in new tab) models, which are all discounted by varying amounts.

Sony A80K 65-inch OLED TV with PS5 Horizon Forbidden West Console Bundle (opens in new tab)

Sony A80K 65-inch OLED TV with PS5 Horizon Forbidden West Console Bundle | From AU$4,679 AU$3,999 (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$680)

If you're looking to dive into some gaming over the holidays, this incredible bundle from Sony will give you everything you need. Get Sony's A80K in its 65-inch model bundled with a PS5 console and digital download of Horizon: Forbidden West. Normally, this telly has an RRP of AU$3,795, which mean you're almost getting the console for free.

LG CS 65-inch OLED 4K Smart TV (opens in new tab)

LG CS 65-inch OLED 4K Smart TV | AU$3,695 AU$2,499 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,196 with code) 

Although relatively new on the scene, LG's budget-friendly alternative to its class-leading C2 range brings most of the features found in LG's top-range C2 but with a couple of minor drawbacks, mainly that you're essentially getting a 2022 panel in a 2021 chassis. Still, that compromise saves you plenty of dough, especially with this Black Friday deal from Powerland AU's eBay store where you can save an additional AU$100 with code SNSNOV at checkout. Just be wary of raised 'before' prices which make deals look better than they are.

Discounts are also available on other sizes in LG's new CS range:

55-inch AU$2,695 AU$1,699 (opens in new tab) (save AU$996 with code)
77-inch AU$5,795 AU$4,549 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,246 with code)

Samsung S95B 65-inch OLED TV (opens in new tab)

Samsung S95B 65-inch OLED TV | AU$4,495 AU$3,295 at JB Hi-Fi (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,200)

The S95B is Samsung's attempt to follow the upward trend towards OLED dominance, with the company applying its Quantum Dot technology for brighter, more vibrant images, the trade-off being some aggressive auto-dimming at times to prevent burn-in. Still, gamers will appreciate the 4K/120Hz and VRR support. The 55-inch S95B (opens in new tab) is also discounted by AU$1,200, now AU$2,295 at JB Hi-Fi.

LG QNED80 65-inch 4K QNED TV (opens in new tab)

LG QNED80 65-inch 4K QNED TV | AU$2,499 RRP AU$1,480 (opens in new tab)(save AU$1,019)

LG takes a stab at Mini LED TV technology with its impressive QNED range, which aims to take on Samsung's Neo QLED offering with similar specs. Appliance Central has dropped the QNED80 range's price across multiple sizes, and this 65-inch has been discounted by AU$1,019.

TCL C835 65-inch 4K Mini-LED TV (opens in new tab)

TCL C835 65-inch 4K Mini-LED TV | AU$1,995 RRP AU$1,475 (opens in new tab) (save AU$520)

Taking advantage of the latest Mini LED TV technology, TCL's C835 delivers excellent brightness and terrific black levels. Running on the Google TV platform, this 65-inch telly has had its price slashed from AU$1,995 to just AU$1,475. Please note, the TV is currently on back order.

75-77 inches

Sony A80K Bravia XR 77-inch OLED TV (opens in new tab)

Sony A80K Bravia XR 77-inch OLED TV | AU$6,995 AU$5,488 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,507)

Sony's mid-range A80K is still one of the best OLED TVs on the market right now, offering excellent picture quality and exceptional upscaling. Right now, you can pick up the 77-inch model at a massive discount of AU$1,597 from JB Hi-Fi.

Alternatively, you can find discounts on the A80K in other sizes:
Sony A80K 65-inch AU$3,795 AU$2,995 (opens in new tab) (save AU$800)
Sony A80K 55-inch AU$2,795 AU$2,595 (opens in new tab) (save AU$200)

LG QNED80 75-inch 4K QNED TV (opens in new tab)

LG QNED80 75-inch 4K QNED TV | AU$3,499 RRP AU$2,220 (opens in new tab)(save AU$1,279)

With Black Friday creeping up, the TV deals are getting aggressive, with this LG's excellent 75-inch QNED80 discounted by a cool AU$1,279! Sporting the α7 Gen5 AI Processor, this Mini LED TV offers excellent picture quality and is ideal for next-gen gaming.

Sony X90K 75-inch Bravia XR Full Array LED 4K TV (opens in new tab)

Sony X90K 75-inch Bravia XR Full Array LED 4K TV | AU$3,995 RRP AU$2,785 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,210)

JB Hi-Fi has slashed the price of Sony's X90K in the 75-inch model ahead of Black Friday. While it may not offer the most cutting edge backlighting technology, the X90K is still impressive thanks to Sony's updated Cognitive Processor XR, which delivers excellent colours and upscaling. Get it now at a AU$1,210 discount for just AU$2,785, which is a great price for such a large telly.

Samsung 75-inch QN90B 4K UHD Neo QLED TV | (opens in new tab)
TOP DEAL

Samsung 75-inch QN90B 4K UHD Neo QLED TV | AU$4,995 AU$3,488 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,507)

Samsung's top 4K TV in Australia gets a massive discount ahead of Black Friday, with the 75-inch model QN90B discounted by a bonkers AU$1,507! Offering premium, dynamic picture quality with exceptional audio to match, this is one Black Friday deal worth consideration.

Deals also on offer in the 50-inch (opens in new tab) and 43-inch (opens in new tab) sizes.

TCL C835 75-inch 4K Mini-LED TV (opens in new tab)

TCL C835 75-inch 4K Mini-LED TV | AU$2,795 RRP AU$1,880 (opens in new tab) (save AU$915)

TCL's television have proven to be a great alternative to pricier brands, offering many of the high-end features at a much lower price point. Take this massive 75-inch 4K telly for instance, which offers cutting edge Mini LED tech. Discounted for Cyber Monday, you can pick up TCL's C835 for just AU$1,880, which is a AU$915 saving on the RRP. Please note, while you can buy the TV now at this price, it is currently on back order, which means you may have to wait a while until stock is replenished.

LG UQ90 75-inch ThinkQ AI Smart TV (opens in new tab)

LG UQ90 75-inch ThinkQ AI Smart TV | AU$1,999 AU$1,619 (opens in new tab) (save AU$380)

Once upon a time, the prospect of a 75-inch LG telly coming in at AU$1,619 would be unthinkable, but that's exactly what this offer provides. It may not be an OLED< but it's still got LG's α5 Gen5 AI Processor for excellent picture quality and upscaling. 

Over 77 inches

LG QNED80 86-inch 4K QNED TV (opens in new tab)

LG QNED80 86-inch 4K QNED TV | AU$4,999 RRP AU$3,130 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,869)

Another great pre-Black Friday deal, this 86-inch QNED80 has had its price slashed by AU$1,869! Sporting the latest Mini LED TV technology, LG's QNED range delivers excellent black levels without sacrificing brightness.

LG Nano91 86-inch NanoCell 4K Smart TV w/ AI ThinQ (opens in new tab)

LG Nano91 86-inch NanoCell 4K Smart TV w/ AI ThinQ | AU$5,450 RRP AU$3,360 (opens in new tab) (save AU$2,090)

While LG's OLED and QNED ranges are more advanced, you shouldn't disregard its NanoCell range, which offers excellent detail and colour via a traditional LCD panel that supports an additional filtering layer. Black Friday hasn't arrived yet, but this massive 86-inch Nano91 model is already discounted by a whopping AU$2,090 at Appliance Central.

LG Nano86 86-inch NanoCell Smart 4K TV w/ AI ThinQ (opens in new tab)

LG Nano86 86-inch NanoCell Smart 4K TV w/ AI ThinQ | AU$4,250 RRP AU$2,798 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,452)

If you want to get a massive LG NanoCell TV for even cheaper than the deal above, you could opt for the Nano86, which is the next model down. Score the 86-inch model for AU$2,753 at Appliance Central. That's a discount of AU$1,452 from the RRP.

Cyber Monday TV deals — what to expect in 2022

As we said earlier,  you can find good TV sales in Australia any time of the year. That said, it's our experience that Black Friday / Cyber Monday TV deals tend to break all price records, and we believe 2022 will be no exception. 

This year, we're expecting the best TVs of 2022 to be heavily discounted during the Black Friday / Cyber Monday weekend. Most of the flagship televisions from brands like LG, Samsung and Sony were released between May and July, which means they've been out long enough to receive the discount treatment.

In terms of 2022's best TVs, we expect to see big savings on LG's award-winning C2 and G2 OLED series, along with Samsung's 4K and 8K Neo QLED ranges, Hisense's ULED series and Sony's top OLED and LED models.

When will Cyber Monday TV deals begin in 2022?

This year, Cyber Monday falls on Monday, November 28. That said, retailers tend to start their sales early, which means you can expect deals and discounts from November 1 onwards. 

Some of these deals will be very limited and have the potential to sell out fast. So be ready to make a purchase at a moment's notice. (We'll bring you the best deals throughout the season). 

Who has the best TV deals on Cyber Monday?

Who has the best Cyber Monday TV deals is often hard to predict. In terms of retailers with a brick and mortar presence, you can trust JB Hi-Fi, Bing Lee, The Good Guys and Harvey Norman to bring some huge discounts.

That said, you shouldn't underestimate online retailers such as Appliance Central and Appliances Online, as they often have plenty of stock on offer and are willing to get very competitive when it comes to pricing.

Additionally, it's a good idea to keep an eye on eBay, as the online marketplace often brings massive discounts by way of coupon codes and special offers for eBay Plus members. And, even if you don't have a membership, you can take advantage of eBay Plus exclusive deals by signing up for a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab), which you can cancel at any time.

Should I wait till Black Friday / Cyber Monday to buy a TV?

Short answer: Yes. If you're on the lookout for a new television at the moment, you will definitely find the very best discounts between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. That said, if you can't wait that long, you will still be able to find some exceptional deals from November 1 until the sale officially ends right after 11:59pm AEDT on November 28.

Cyber Monday cheap TVs: Bargain hunters, beware

Watch the fine print on those deals. You may see some TVs selling for prices that seem too good to be true, but they are often severely limited in terms of functionality, or might even be factory seconds or refurbished units. Remember, always you get what you pay for.

It's also worth keeping an eye out for important details such as resolution, HDMI capabilities and backlighting technology. The cheaper a TV is, the less likely it is to provide with a satisfactory viewing experience.

Stephen Lambrechts is the Managing Editor of Tom's Guide AU and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming for over a dozen years. Before Tom's Guide, he spent several years as a Senior Journalist at TechRadar, had a brief stint as Editor in Chief at Official Xbox Magazine Australia, and has written for such mags and sites as APC, TechLife Australia, T3, FilmInk, AskMen and IGN. He's an expert when it comes to smartphones, TVs, gaming and streaming. In his spare time, he enjoys watching obscure horror movies on physical media, keeping an eye on the latest retro sneaker releases, listening to vinyl and other non-hipster stuff.