Watching the 2022 World Cup is an experience like no other, with four games shown live on terrestrial TV throughout the day, so having TV worthy of the elite football taking place in Qatar is essential. this moment.
Luckily, there are some great Black Friday deals on TVs right now, and we at FourFourTwo have done some research on the best discount offers so you don’t have to.
Luckily, many of the best TVs for watching football are on sale right now – with some of them chalking hundreds of pounds over their usual retail prices. We spoke to tech experts at Tech Radar (opens in a new tab) and Tom’s Guide (opens in a new tab)who tell us they have “never seen such low prices” on televisions
There is a range of TVs available in different price ranges, all with specific features that will improve the quality of live broadcast World Cup football. And, what better way to catch the tournament’s remaining matches than on a brand new screen bought for a huge saving.
It’s also worth noting that TVs that excel at watching sport often work great for gaming too – so check out our best Black Friday FIFA 23 deals, including this PS5 and FIFA 23 bundle that’s now in stock at select retailers.
So sit back, relax and enjoy the action once you’ve purchased one of these TVs available in Black Friday deals.
UK TV deals for Black Friday
US Black Friday TV deals
We asked Louis Ramirez, Group Editor, Deals at Tom’s Guide (opens in a new tab) if they had any recommendations
“If you were ever going to buy a new TV, now is the time to do it. In my 15 years of researching deals, I have never seen such low prices.
“For example, right now you can get a 48-inch LG OLED TV for $569. (opens in a new tab) or a 55-inch OLED for $799 (opens in a new tab) at BestBuy. Last year, these models would have cost $1,000 or more. If you’re going to buy now, go big. No one has ever complained about buying a big screen TV.
“At a minimum, you want 4K resolution and are looking for a 120Hz panel. The latter is great for sports and gaming. If you’re on a budget, don’t be afraid of smaller brands like Hisense and TCL. Some of their TVs like the Hisense U8H (opens in a new tab) and the TCL S546 (opens in a new tab) offer exceptional value at half the price of Sony and LG. »
Here is our main recommendation:
What to look for in a TV
What makes a good TV for watching the 2022 World Cup?
Just in case you don’t trust FourFourTwo for your TV recommendations, we spoke to our office buddies at Tech Radar. Here is what Tech RadarEntertainment editor Matt Bolton told us how they approach their Black Friday TV Guides (opens in a new tab): “For the ideal TV for the World Cup, you need something with great motion processing, which will help thin out the fast action – get a 120Hz TV if you have the budget.
“Sony TVs are particularly good at this. OLED TVs are generally excellent with motion, although for daytime viewing in a sunny room, a mini LED TV (like Samsung’s Neo QLED models) will be best. to beat the glare.”