Best Cyber Monday 2018 TV Deals Announced

Posted: Nov 25 2018, 5:06am CST | by , in Cyber Monday 2018

 

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Best Cyber Monday 2018 TV Deals Announced

Here are the best Cyber Monday 2018 TV deals.

The deals on TVs continue in Cyber Monday 2018 sales. Most deals on Samsung, LG, Sony and other TV brands carry over from Black Friday 2018. Walmart and Amazon have announced new Cyber Monday 2018 TV deals that will be released in addition.

The $129.99 43-Inch Polaroid 4K Smart TV and $199.99 Polaroid 55-Inch 4K Smart TV stand out from the list of Amazon Cyber Monday 2018 Deals List.

Walmart announced as Cyber Monday 2018 TV deal the 58-inch Samsung 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV for $447.99 and a 50-inch Polaroid 4K HDR Smart LED TV for $179.99.

Amazon has already launched the Cyber Monday Deals Week and many TV deals are on sale now with Cyber Monday pricing, especially premium brand TVs such as LG 2018 Ultra HD TVs, LG OLED TVs, and Samsung QLED TVs.

The Sam's Club Cyber Monday 2018 sale launched with Cyber Monday TV deals including a 58-inch Samsung UN58MU6070EXZA 4K Smart TV and Microsoft Xbox One S Game Pass Console for $648.

Find below the best Cyber Monday 2018 TV Deals. Many of the deals are available now.

Best Cyber Monday 2018 TV Deals

$99.99 24-inch Insignia 720p HD Smart TV Fire TV Edition - Amazon

$129.99 43-Inch Polaroid 4K Smart TV - Amazon

$179.99 50-inch Polaroid 4K HDR Smart LED TV - Walmart

$199.99 Polaroid 55-Inch 4K Smart TV - Amazon

$299 55-inch Hitachi 55C60 4K TV - Sam's Club

$447.99 58-inch Samsung 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - Walmart

$648 58-inch Samsung UN58MU6070EXZA 4K Smart TV and Xbox One S Game Pass Console - Sam's Club

See all announcedAmazon Cyber Monda 2018 deals and all other released Cyber Monday 2018 Deals.

Cyber Monday 2018

The Cyber Monday 2018 sales events begin at many stores already on Sunday, Nov. 25. Deal hunters need to keep this in mind as the best cyber deals are often already selling out on Sunday, ahead of the actual Cyber Monday, Nov. 26.

Cyber Monday, a term coined by Shop.org in 2005, got established when retailers saw a trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Today, Cyber Monday is not unique anymore as Black Friday becomes each year a bigger online sales event. Retailers have changed the marketing around Cyber Monday and many just position it as an extension of the Black Friday sales event.

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