The best Cyber Monday TV deals at Walmart, Amazon and Target that are actually worth your money

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Every year, Cyber Monday brings hands-down the most epic deals you’ll find all year. Arguably more than anything else, folks will search for the best Cyber Monday TV deals to upgrade their home entertainment setups.

Luckily, this year, there are so many on-sale TVs to choose from that actually deliver a fair amount of savings.

In fact, this time around, there are tons of options across several retailers like Walmart, Amazon and Target, with some of the biggest and most trusted TV brands discounted to as low as $149.99.

One of the best options available is the LG 50-Inch Class 4K UHD Smart TV that’s over $370 off at Walmart for $589.99. If you’re looking for something a bit more high-end, the Sony 2021 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV is currently over $200 off on Amazon.

If you’re sticking to a strict budget of $100 or less, this 2020-released Toshiba 21.5-Inch Smart TV is on sale for just $149.99. That’s $30 off its original retail price.

Below, check out the best Cyber Monday 2021 TV sales from each major retailer mentioned above.

Walmart Cyber Monday TV Deals

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Amazon Cyber Monday TV Deals

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Target Cyber Monday TV Deals

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