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Best cheap OLED TV deals for July 2021

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OLED TV deals are cheaper than they've ever been. However, finding the best cheap OLED TV deals isn't an easy task. Even when they're on sale, OLED TVs can still command $1,000 or more.

But you can still save big on this premium TV technology thanks to the latest TV deals. So we're gathering all the best cheap OLED TV deals in one spot for your convenience.

One of our favorite OLED deals comes courtesy of Best Buy. The retailer is taking up to $500 off select OLED TVs. The sale includes our top TV of 2020 — the LG CX Series OLED TV and various other Sony and LG OLEDs. (Make sure to follow our 75-inch TV deals guide for deals on big-screen sets). 

OLED TV deals and 4th of July

The 4th of July is right around the corner. However, the good news is that you don't have to wait for 4th of July sales to begin to partake in some if the best OLED TV deals of the year. Currently, Best Buy is taking up to $1,000 off select OLED TVs from the likes of Sony and LG. Meanwhile, Amazon has multiple OLED TV deals starting from $1,141. Make sure to follow our coverage for the best deals over the holiday.

Best OLED TV deals right now

Vizio 55" OLED 4K TV: was $1,299 now $1,199 @ Best Buy
Vizio's first OLED TV is here and it's now on sale. The 55-inch 4K OLED TV packs Vizio's new IQ Ultra CPU and the company's new ProGaming Engine, which is designed for Xbox Series X and PS5 gameplay. It supports Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Virtual X, Vizio SmartCast, and a host of digital assistants for hands-free control of your TV. It's one of the best cheap OLED TV deals  you can get right now. The 65-inch model is also on sale for $1,799 ($100 off).View Deal

LG 65" CX 4K OLED TV: was $2,199 now $1,849 @ Amazon
The LG CX OLED TV is the best TV we've ever tested. It features Dolby Vision/HDR10/HLG support, Dolby Atmos audio, Nvidia G-Sync compatibility, and both Google Assistant/Amazon Alexa support. But it's the TV's performance which won us over with its excellent picture quality and potent audio. This is one of the best OLED TV deals of all time. Best Buy has it on sale for $1,899.View Deal

LG 55" BX 4K OLED TV: was $1,499 now $1,299 @ Best Buy
The LG BX OLED TV is LG's entry-level OLED TV, but it has practically everything you could ask for in a modern TV. Its webOS app store gives you tons of ways to stream — all without plugging anything in — and its 120Hz refresh rate means smoother image quality.View Deal

LG 65" BX 4K OLED TV: was $1,999 now $1,799 @ Best Buy
Step up in size to the 65-inch model of the LG BX OLED, the best entry-level OLED LG offers. With the same intuitive webOS system and impressive OLED display as the smaller model, Best Buy has this great TV for $200 off the regular price!View Deal

LG 55" GX 4K OLED TV: was $1,999 now $1,799 @ Best Buy
For a more premium OLED experience, we have to recommend the LG GX OLED, which boasts an ultra-slim design that hangs flat against the wall, giving you the look of a custom-installation without having to remodel your living room. It's also an incredible looking 4K smart TV, and Best Buy is taking $200 off for the holidays. View Deal

Sony 65" A8H 4K OLED TV: was $2,499 now $2,299 @ Best Buy
One of our favorite TVs of all time, the Sony A8H OLED offers some of the best picture and sound we've ever seen, in addition to being a highly capable Android smart TV. You can score this awesome OLED for $200 off at Best Buy.View Deal

Sony 77" A9G 4K OLED TV: was $4,499 now $3,194 @ Best Buy
Although it's an older 2019 model, the 77-inch Sony A9G OLED is a premium OLED TV with quality to match. It has impeccable picture and astounding audio, all packaged with Android TV. And Best Buy is selling it for $1,000 off — a huge savings.View Deal

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 holiday season, Best Buy had the Vizio 55-inch 4K OLED TV on sale for $899. It was the best OLED TV deal of all time. (Previously, OLED TV deals would max out at $999.95). Chances are we won't see this epic price point again till the next major holiday, but bookmark this page as we'll keep searching for the best OLED TV deals. 

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. For instance, the LG 55-inch B8 OLED TV usually sells for $1,199 and has dropped as low as $999. Amazon sometimes sells the refurb LG 55-inch B8 OLED TV for $999. Sure, it's $200 off, but we've already seen new models hit this price point before, albeit, not very often. 

More importantly, you only get a 90-day warranty and 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. 

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching 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.