If you're shopping for your first OLED TV, now is the time to buy. OLED TV deals have never been cheaper and whereas finding a sub-$1,000 OLED used to be near-impossible, now you can find multiple OLED TVs at that price point. In fact, Best Buy's current sale has knocked OLED TV prices down to $599.
So we're gathering all the best cheap OLED TV deals in one spot for your convenience. (Also, check out our guides on the best TV deals and Super Bowl TV deals). One of our favorite OLED deals comes courtesy of Best Buy. The retailer has OLED TVs back on sale from $549. The sale includes epic price drops on TVs of all sizes. Amazon also has 55-inch LG OLEDs on sale from $996. (Make sure to check out our guide to our favorite Amazon deals for more sales).
Not sure which OLED TV to buy? Check out our guide of the best OLED TVs.
OLED TV deals and sales — quick links
- Amazon: OLED TVs on sale from $896
- Best Buy: OLED TVs on sale from $599
- B&H Photo: OLED TVs on sale from $896
- PC Richard & Son: OLED TVs on sale from $896
- Target: OLED TVs from $1,099
- Walmart: OLED TVs from $896
Best OLED TV deals right now
LG C3 4K OLED TV sale: deals from $821 @ Amazon
Amazon has all sizes of the Editor's Choice LG C3 on sale. Not only that, but it's beating competitors like Best Buy and Walmart on some sizes. The LG C3 is one of the best mid-tier OLED TVs you can buy. In our LG OLED C3 review, we said the Editor's Choice TV delivers perfect blacks, thrilling contrast, and rich, accurate colors at every point across the visual spectrum. It's also perfect for gamers with a suite of Game Optimizer features and a 120Hz refresh rate. It offers Dolby Vision/HDR 10/HLG support, four HDMI 2.1 ports, built-in Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant/Apple HomeKit support, and LG's Magic Remote.
48" for $914
55" for $1,249
65" for $1,479
77" for $2,296
83" for $3,579
LG 55" B3 OLED 4K TV: was $1,699 now $1,096 @ Amazon
The LG B3 is a mid-tier OLED TV featuring over 8.3 million self-lit pixels for rich contrast and vibrant colors. For gamers, this TV has a 120Hz refresh rate, Game Optimizer features, and HDMI 2.1 support. Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Atmos support is also included. In our LG B3 OLED review, we said the Editor's Choice TV is an amazing value and stands up astonishingly well against other mid-tier OLEDs.
Price check: $1,099 @ Best Buy
Sony 55" Bravia XR A75L 4K OLED TV: was $1,599 now $1,199 @ Best Buy
The Bravia XR A75L is a (2023) Sony OLED with features designed specifically for PS5 gamers. For instance, it has a 120Hz refresh rate with two HDMI 2.1 ports and 4K/120, VRR, and ALLM support. You also get Auto HDR Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode, which optimize picture quality while gaming and streaming on your PS5. Other features include HDR support and built-in Google TV/Google Assistant.
Price check: sold out @ Amazon
LG 65" B2 4K OLED TV: was $1,746 now $1,169 @ Walmart
The LG B2 is a more affordable version of LG's award-winning LG C2 OLED. It uses LG's a7 Gen5 AI processor and supports Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG formats. Gamers will appreciate its 120Hz panel as well as LG's Game Optimizer and the inclusion of two HDMI 2.1 ports. It also has built-in Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa with support for Apple HomeKit. In our LG B2 OLED review we said it's a strong mid-range OLED that does a great job balancing price and performance needs.
Price check: $1,289 @ Amazon
Samsung 55" S90C OLED 4K TV: was $1,899 now $1,297 @ Amazon
The Samsung S90C is a slightly cheaper alternative to the S95C. However, both TVs use the same QD-OLED display and are great for gamers with low latency, HDMI 2.1 ports, and support for 4K/144Hz. The only major difference is that the S95C gets brighter, which makes it a better pick for rooms with lots of ambient light. Otherwise, the S90C is an amazing value that'll save you a few hundred bucks. It packs HDR 10+/HLG support, Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant/SmartThings compatibility, and built-in Alexa voice assistant.
Price check: $1,299 @ Best Buy | $1,299 @ Samsung
Sony 55" Bravia XR A80L OLED 4K TV: was $1,899 now $1,599 @ Amazon
The Sony Bravia XR A80L uses three different technologies that give it a slight edge in the OLED arms race: Sony's Cognitive Processor XR (for better matching colors and contrasts), XR Triluminos Pro (for nailing the richness of HDR), and XR Clear Image (for reducing noise). In our Sony Bravia XR A80L OLED TV review, we called it a marvel that delivers solid picture quality, sound quality, and usability. It supports HDR10/HLG/Dolby Vision, 120Hz refresh rate, and it has four HDMI ports (two are HDMI 2.1).
Price check: $1,599 @ Best Buy
Sony 65" A80K 4K OLED TV: was $1,999 now $1,699 @ Amazon
The Sony A80K OLED TV uses the company's cognitive XR processor that adjusts brightness on the fly to boost lights and deepen blacks without losing detail. It comes with Google TV and Google Assistant built-in and has exclusive features for the PlayStation 5, such as Auto HDR Tone Mapping which optimizes the PS5's settings to take full advantage of the TV's capabilities. In our Sony A80K OLED TV review, we said the Editor's Choice TV offers superb picture quality, a robust audio system, and intuitive Google TV smart interface.
Price check: $1,699 @ Best Buy
Samsung 55" S95C 4K OLED TV: was $2,499 now $1,897 @ Amazon
Samsung's next-gen QD-OLED TV is not only slimmer than the previous-gen S95B, but it's also brighter. In our Samsung S95C OLED review, we liked the TV's One Connect Box for cable management and 144Hz refresh rate for PC gaming. The TV's significant boosts to brightness also improved performance across all kinds of content and viewing environments. The Editor's Choice TV is great for movie fans, gamers, and everyone in between. It sports four HDMI 2.1 ports, HDR10+/HLG support, and a 120Hz panel.
Price check: $1,899 @ Best Buy
Samsung 77" S89C 4K OLED TV: was $2,299 now $2,199 @ Best Buy
The Samsung S89C OLED is a Best Buy exclusive. It features a 120Hz panel that works with Samsung's Motion Xcelerator Turbo Pro to create crisp 4K visuals at fast speeds of up to 120Hz. Meanwhile, the TV's Game Motion Plus fetaure goes up to 144Hz with compatible PC connected content. You also get four HDMI 2.1 ports, HDR10+ support, Amazon Alexa built-in, and Samsung's own Tizen operating system.
LG 65" G3 OLED 4K TV: was $2,999 now $2,296 @ Amazon
We rank the LG G3 OLED as the best TV on the market right now. In our LG G3 OLED review, we said this Editor’s Choice TV delivers ultra brightness and an outstanding picture. For gamers, this TV has Game Optimizer and a 120Hz refresh rate. Dolby Vision/HDR 10/HLG support, four HDMI 2.1 ports, built-in Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant/Apple HomeKit support, and LG's Magic Remote are also included.
Price check: $2,299 @ Best Buy
Why should I buy an OLED TV?
Simply put: No TV technology can rival the performance of an OLED TV. OLED, or organic light-emitting diode, represents a completely different kind of display. No backlight is required in an OLED TV because the organic pixels emit their own light when activated. So each pixel can be completely turned on or off separately.
That means you don't get that afterglow and light leakage that you typically see in LCD TVs. As a result, OLED TVs deliver intensely deep blacks that even the best QLED TVs can't rival. Sure, QLED TVs can be brighter than OLED TVs, but for the most pristine picture possible: OLED is still king.
Make sure to check out our QLED vs. OLED TV guide for more comparisons.
Tips on finding the best OLED TV deals
Unfortunately, there's no single retailer that offers the best OLED TV deals. Instead, it's a mix of retailers that includes Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Newegg. If you're shopping for an OLED TV, our best tip is to compare that model's price across various sites, including the retailers mentioned above.
That said, Amazon tends to undercut Best Buy's prices, even if only by a few bucks. For instance, on numerous occasions we've seen the LG 55-inch CX OLED on sale for $1,399 at Best Buy, whereas Amazon would have it on sale for $1,349. Or in some instance, Amazon would bundle a free LG XBOOM speaker, whereas Best Buy wouldn't offer any freebies.
What are the cheapest OLED TV deals we've seen?
During the 2022 holiday season, Best Buy had the LG 48-inch A2 OLED TV on sale for $569, which remains the least-expensive OLED we've ever seen. The 55-inch model also dropped to an all-time low of $799. Although the A2 is LG's entry-level OLED, it's still an incredible bargain. Premium OLED TVs were also on sale. The 42-inch LG C2 dropped to $799, whereas the Samsung S95B 55-inch 4K OLED hit $1,449 ($650 off). In 2023, we saw the Vizio 65-inch OLED TV on sale for $898, which has been the least-expensive 65-inch OLED ever.
Are refurbished OLED TV deals worth it?
While there are refurb OLED TV deals you can take advantage of, the savings aren't as high as you may think. Additionally, oftentimes you only get a 90-day warranty. As a result, if you dislike anything about your refurb TV (perhaps it might have more nicks and scratches than you like) return shipping might fall on your, which could quickly get expensive.
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As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.