Are you looking to upgrade your home cinema system with an Apple TV and a new smart TV this Cyber Monday?
With Cyber Monday well underway, you've not got long left to pick up one of these fantastic deals like the Samsung S90C with almost 50% off.
Here are the best Cyber Monday TV deals and where to find them.
Cyber Monday TV savings
Retailer quick links
- Walmart - big 4K TV discounts, save $1,000s
- Amazon - smart TVs from $79.99
- Best Buy - more than 50% off 4K TVs
The best Cyber Monday TV to pair with your Apple TV 4K
Samsung S90C 55-inch |
$2499 $1298 at Walmart
This is the TV that sits on the top spot of our best TVs list, and now you can get one with a mega discount. This will save you just under half the price of the TV, netting you a colorful, bright, stunning screen for an incredible outlay. It’s an OLED panel, so you’ll get those deep, deep blacks and wickedly impressive contrast.
- TV deals: Walmart | Samsung | Best Buy | Amazon | Newegg
- Streaming deals: Disney+ | Max | Sling | Fubo | Peacock | Paramount+
- Speaker deals: Walmart | Best Buy | Amazon | Dell
Another barn-stormer of a deal over at Amazon is this Toshiba 75-inch C350, featuring LED 4K UHD, this includes support for Apple TV+ and Toshiba’s Regza Engine 4K. It also supports Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10, making it another perfect partner for the Apple TV 4K. This lacks the 120Hz support for gaming of the aforementioned Samsung and is a 2021 model, but is much cheaper as a result.
Toshiba 75-inch Class C350 Series LED 4K UHD |
$799 $499 at Amazon
This is a massive 38% saving on the Toshiba 75-inch C350 Series LED 4K UHD with a 60Hz display. It's a much cheaper option than the other alternatives here, but won't disappoint when it comes to viewing Apple TV 4K content.
My final recommendation is the ever-present LG C-series range, specifically the C3, which has heavy discounts on the C3 range, including a whopping 37% off the 77-inch model. You can get the C2 from 42 inches through 83 inches, and each comes with LG’s a9 AI processor, OLED technology, Dolby Vision, and a 120Hz refresh rate. This is the 2023 model, making it the latest and greatest in OLED TV tech. The LG C-series is renowned as some of the finest TVs in the multiverse, and a perfect partner to the Apple TV 4K.
LG C3 Series 77-Inch Class OLED |
$3,499 $2,446 at Amazon
The LG C3 Series are regarded as some of the best-in-class 4K TVs on the market, with OLED and 120Hz refresh rates to boost. The biggest saving is on the 77-inch model, but there are savings on the entire lineup to be had, right down to the cheapest 42-inch model.
If you’ve found yourself here on the hunt for a great Cyber Monday TV deal, and haven’t yet landed yourself an Apple TV 4K, then there’s never been a better time to make the leap. You won’t find any massive deals on the latest third-generation Apple TV 4K, but it’s a lot cheaper than the old model. With a $6.50 discount, you can get one at Best Buy with 64GB of storage for $123. If you really need it, there’s also the 128GB version with Ethernet for $142.
With an Apple TV 4K and a TV in tow, another great way to boost your home theater experience is through audio. The Apple TV 4K puts out Dolby Atmos as well as Dolby Vision, so you need a good sound system to really get the best out of it. This Sonos Arc soundbar has fallen to its lowest-ever price on Amazon and is $719 instead of $899, a 20% saving. There’s also 20% off Sonos’ powerful Gen 3 sub, down to $638 instead of $799. Assemble the whole package and you’ll have a world-beating home theater system that will be the envy of all your friends, maybe get yourself a popcorn machine for the movie parties you’ll inevitably end up hosting.
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Stephen Warwick has written about Apple for five years at iMore and previously elsewhere. He covers all of iMore's latest breaking news regarding all of Apple's products and services, both hardware and software. Stephen has interviewed industry experts in a range of fields including finance, litigation, security, and more. He also specializes in curating and reviewing audio hardware and has experience beyond journalism in sound engineering, production, and design.
Before becoming a writer Stephen studied Ancient History at University and also worked at Apple for more than two years. Stephen is also a host on the iMore show, a weekly podcast recorded live that discusses the latest in breaking Apple news, as well as featuring fun trivia about all things Apple. Follow him on Twitter @stephenwarwick9