If you're in the market for a new TV, whether it's a state-of-the-art 4K HDR OLED or an affordable HD TV, we've got the best deals online...

Everyone wants to get a good deal on tech and there's no shortage of TV bargains to be had right now. From Full HD to 4K Ultra HD, LCD to OLED there should be something for everyone with the whole range of screen sizes and prices covered. 

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Best OLED TV deals

LG OLED55B6V

Original price £2700 / Now £2000 at Sevenoaks and Amazon

One of the most affordable OLED TVs you can buy, now available with a saving of £700.

LG OLED55B6V review

 

LG OLED65G6V

Original price £6000 / Now £4400 at various retailers

Save a bundle on this top-of-the-range 4K OLED TV from LG.

LG OLED65G6V review

 

LG OLED65E6V

Original price £5000 / Now £3500 at various retailers

Five-star 4K OLED with a saving of £1500.

LG OLED65E6V review

 

LG OLED55C6V

Tested at £3000 / Now £2000 at PC World

Yet another impressive 4K OLED telly from LG, now with an impressive saving to match.

LG OLED55C6V review

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Best 4K TV deals

Samsung UE55KS7000 4K TV

Tested at £1400 / Now £970 at PRC Direct

Save a bundle on this sensational five-star, Award-winning Samsung.

Samsung UE55KS7000 review

 

Samsung UE55KS9000

Original price £2000 / Now £1450 with 'free' 4K Blu-ray player at Sevenoaks (or £1400 without at Sonic Direct)

Save over £500 on this five-star 4K TV and get a Samsung Ultra HD Blu-ray player thrown in.

Samsung UE55KS9000 review

 

Samsung UE65KS9000

Original price £2900 / Now £1880 at Sonic Direct and PRC Direct

Save over £1000 on this Award-winning Samsung 65in TV.

Samsung UE65KS9000 review

 

Sony KD-75XD9405

Original price £5000 / Now £4000 at Sevenoaks

Sony's flagship 4K TV is superb, and now you can save £1000.

Sony KD-75XD9405 review

 

LG 55UH770V

Original price £1000 / Now £830 at Amazon

Save £170 on this 55in 4K Ultra HD LED TV.

 

Panasonic TX-40DX600B 4K TV

Tested at £500 / Now £450 at various retailers

Save on our favourite 4K TV under £500, now with a £50 reduction.

Panasonic TX-40DX600B review

 

Panasonic TX-65DX902B

Tested at £3200 / Now £2200 at Sevenoaks

With lovely contrast and lush colours, Panasonic’s 2016 flagship is stunning. 

Panasonic TX-65DX902B review

 

Samsung UE49KS8000 4K TV

Tested at £1400 / Now £1000 at Sonic Direct

If you don't want a curved TV, the UE49KS8000 is by far the best flatscreen Samsung TV we’ve seen this year.

Samsung UE49KS8000 review

 

Samsung UE65KS9500 4K TV

Tested at £3500 / Now £2600 at Reliant Direct

Save a fortune on this big-screen curved TV that delivers five-star picture and sound.

Samsung UE65KS9500 review

 

Sony KD55XD9305 4K TV

Original price £2000 / Now £1230 at PRC Direct

This 4K Ultra HD TV from Sony has over £700 off the asking price.

Sony KD55XD9305 review

 

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Best HD TV deals

Sony KDL-32WD603

Tested at £300 / Now £260 at Electrical Experience

If you’re looking for a small TV on a budget – this is the one.

Sony KDL-WD603 review

 

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Comments

TheOne's picture

Best time?

Is this the best time to buy a TV?  Wouldn't end of Feb/ beginning of March be better with the new TV's coming out?  Can imagine most if not all the prices above would drop considerably?  Just a thought! Mail 1

Alantiggger's picture

Wait ?

If I were you then yes.

Lots of TV's will as per usual drop in price...... inc 4k ones too  Smile

What with the march of New Tech, bargains will be had from here on in, imo.

I imagine that OLED will be the TV of the near future.

zoz1234's picture

Entering the 4K market

I'm going to buy a 4K tv for the first time this year, but won't be doing so until the premium sets are available.
My current Sony 1080p set is on it's last legs being one of the first models released by the brand.

Simon Purcell's picture

Some deals are not as good as they look

While John Lewis may be offering Sony's 2015 top of the range 75 inch at a £1,000 saving this only brings it down to the price of this years model which has HDR and losses the speakers on the side which made it so unmanageable. The 75 inch 2016 model is also full back lite and has had very good reviews. The price needs to fall to at least £4,000 for the 2015 model for this to be a good deal. 

whatifwindows's picture

I'm planning to get LG's 4K

I'm planning to get LG's 4K version. Is this the good time to buy a TV with a good deal, or is it the holidays?

Martin Jukes's picture

TX-40CX680B

The panasonic TX-40CX680B is actually cheaper at Avensys £399 with a 6 year guarantee!
They also have the panasonic TX50CX680B at £599 with the same guarantee.

parker44's picture

Thanks for other suggestions.

Thanks for other suggestions. LG's 4K version was my choice. Is it a good choice if we want to use android apps and games on it. If I want to play Pokemon Go on my phone, I need to install Tutu Helper app on my Tv. I heard very good reviews about it and it is very quick in loading.

Trickyindia's picture

LG's 4K : The Best Choice Of Customers

When it comes to buying smart hd tv then i prefer to choose LG's and Samsung smart tv's. Because i love to play games on tv. Smart tv allows us to watch movies on youtube, play android games and much more things. I have one Lg smart tv at my home and i have installed drastic ds emulator app on that. Then the games controls are become easy. You have given very nive and honest reviews about tv. Looking to share this awesome smart tv's to my friend circle. So, that they can choose best tv.

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