Update Nov. 28 @ 11 AM ET: The $250 discount on the LG C3 is over, but you can still get the TV at a good price. Even at $200 off, the LG C3 delivers great value.
Cyber Monday and TV deals go together like turkey and gravy (or apple pie and cheddar cheese if that's your thing.) Right now, you can pick up the best gaming TV for Xbox for $1,099.99 at Best Buy, at $200 off. The 48-inch LG C3 packs all the bells and whistles you need to get the most out of your Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, or even a gaming PC if you have the space!
LG C3 48-inch 4K OLED TV |
was $1,299.99 now $1,099.99 at Best Buy
This 4K TV has impressive specs that help you get the best gaming experience. Thanks to its OLED screen, it has rich colors and perfect blacks, supports 120Hz refresh rates alongside Dolby Vision and HDR10, and features four HDMI 2.1 ports. If you prefer to play PC games from TV, the LG C3 also supports G-Sync and FreeSync.
✅Perfect for: Gamers who want the best experience from their Xbox Series X. This TV has all the specs you need for the perfect experience.
❌Avoid it if: You're on a tight budget, there are cheaper 48-inch TVs with cut features.
💰Price check: $1,046.99 at Woot (get $100 Visa gift card)
More great Cyber Monday deals
- Walmart: Cyber Monday deals on practically everything
- Dell: Top deals on laptops, gaming PCs, accessories, and more
- Alienware: Up to $800 off gaming laptops and desktops
- Best Buy: Big savings on video games, accessories, and more
- HP: Up to 84% of select HP Windows PCs and accessories
- Lenovo: Up to 50% of gaming towers, laptops, and accessories
- Newegg: Save on PC gaming accessories, components, and more
- Razer: Up to 43% off laptops and accessories with free gifts
- More individual deals:
- Xbox Series X + Diablo IV + free $75 Target gift card for $634.99 $449.99 at Target
- Samsung T9 4TB Portable SSD for $439.99 $249.99 at Best Buy
- Xbox Stereo Headset — 20th Anniversary for $69.99 $46.86 at Walmart
- Xbox Series X + Diablo IV + Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III for $639.99 $489.99 at Walmart
- TP-Link Deco X55 Wi-Fi mesh 3-pack for $229.99 $179.99 at Amazon
- Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma for $149.99 $89.99 at Best Buy
- Xbox Series X + $50 Best Buy gift card for $549.99 $399.99 at Best Buy for Plus/Total members
- HyperX Cloud III Wireless for $169.99 $129.99 at Best Buy
- Xbox Series S + 3-months Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $299.99 $249 at Walmart
- Lenovo LOQ Tower (17IRB8) + 3-months Xbox Game Pass Ultimate from $1,029.99 $674.99 at Lenovo
What TV specs are best for Xbox Series X?
The LG C3 tops our list of the best 4K TVs for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. It earned that spot with its vibrant OLED display that delivers rich colors and perfect blacks. That 4K screen has a 120Hz refresh rate and a 0.1ms response time, helping your favorite games appear smooth. HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG support round out the impressive spec sheet for the LG C3.
All four of the LG C3's HDMI ports are HDMI 2.1, which is important for getting the most out of your game consoles and other devices.
The 48-inch model of the LG C3 is on sale through Best Buy for Cyber Monday. While you don't need to have a Best Buy Plus membership to take advantage of the deal, it's worth picking one up if you shop at the retailer regularly. Best Buy Plus members get free two-day shipping, exclusive member prices, and an extended 60-day return window. Depending on the membership you choose, you can also get other perks.
Best Buy has discounts on all sizes of the LG C3, but it may be worth grabbing the same TV through Woot instead depending on the size you get. Woot will give you up to a $400 Visa gift card when you purchase the LG C3 through the retailer, though to get the highest amount you need to buy the massive 83-inch model.
Our collection of the best deals on gaming TVs can help you out if you prefer to get something other than the LG C3.
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