We'll be digging out the best prices on our Award-winning TVs, but we'll also be taking a look at the knockdown deals on other screens that might make you consider a three- or four-star television. And if we see a TV that hasn't been put to the test by our team but is too good a deal to ignore, we'll be sure to share that with you too...
With 4K TV becoming a genuine consideration for many as we look to the year ahead, we've scoured the web to find the best prices on some of the best Ultra HD TVs you can buy right now. All brands and TV screen sizes have been considered, so there should be something for everyone.
You can read our full reviews and click through to see the latest live prices on all the TV deals we've posted. Without further ado...
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Tested at £700 / Best price £665
This set is one of Panasonic's 2015 TVs and at 40inches, it's a great advert for small 4K screens - colours are bright and punchy, and it boasts a speedy user interface. Shop around online and you can already find it with a few pounds off our 'tested at' price.
Tested at £800 / Best price £480
The price of this 2014 TV has basically been slashed in half, so you can see why it's one of the most popular reviews on the site. This Panasonic screen was a solid set at the time of the review and although newer models have launched since, it's a TV not to be sniffed at.
Tested at £2600 / Best price £2399
This curved 4K set is another triumph for Samsung - it's fantastic to watch and enjoyable to listen to.
Tested at £900 / Best price £599
An impressive 50in Sony TV for under £600? We're certainly paying attention.
The level of detail and balanced colours of this Sony impressed us from the off. It's a bit long in the tooth, and fresh competition has taken the edge off our review, but it's still a fine choice - not least if you can find a good deal.
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Tested at £350 / Best price £270
A bit of a bargain 32in TV from Sony, which marries an excellent picture with a fine selection of features. And as flatscreen audio goes, the Sony fares pretty well. You can now pick one up for just £270 from Amazon.
Sony has had a storming year when it comes to TVs and this 40in W6 Series is another case in point. Super-Smart and very easy on the eye in terms of both design and pictures.
Tested at £700 / Best price £419
"Punchy, subtle and exciting, this Samsung smart TV is fantastic at the price making it one of the outstanding deals of the year." That was our verdict when we made this Samsung 48in set our TV Product of the Year for 2014.
And if it was a deal when we reviewed it at £700, then the fact you can now buy it for £419 from Pixmania, with an extra 5 percent off with a discount code. Be quick though, this deal won't last forever.
Tested at £2300 / Best price £1499
Want one of best 4K TVs on the market? This is it. Great with UHD content (if you can find some), this television crucially makes sure its picture looks class-leadingly good with HD and SD, too. "Nothing at this price" was the sum total of our Against column when we reviewed it, and now it's even cheaper...
Tested at £3600 / Best price £2299
It's more of the same from the 65in version of the HU7500 range, with great picture performance with every resolution you throw at it (within reason, this is a big screen with a lot of pixels).
Richer Sounds is the go-to dealer for the cheapest price. They're also throwing in a 12 month MUBI and three month Deezer subscriptions.
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Tested at £3900 / Best Price £2999
This curved 4K Ultra HD TV from Sony won us over when it entered our testing rooms, earning itself a coveted five stars. It's curve may not be as drastic as some rivals, but nevertheless it manages to produce an immersive and detailed picture.
Tested at £3600 / Best Price £2999
If it's premium Sony 4K you're after though, then this 65X9005 should fit the bill. Not only does 4K and upscaled full HD content look remarkable, it sounds great too, thanks to the speakers installed on either side of the screen.
Tested at £5000 / Best Price £2949
Moving away from Sony and on to Panasonic. This set may be more expensive than its rivals, but this 65in set produces a staggeringly good picture. In some instances, it reminds us of Panasonic's plasma days, delivering great contrast and solid blacks.
Now that its price has come down to a more competitive and affordable level, it deserves your attention.