Christmas has been and gone, we've rung in the New Year, but that doesn't mean the sales have stopped. This Easter bank holiday weekend will see several retailers knocking down prices, and we've rounded up some of the best...

From 4K TVs to headphones, soundbars to digital radios, there will be no shortage of deals to check out from the biggest retailers and specialist hi-fi and home cinema shops in the Easter sales.

Whether you're looking to upgrade your system, take your first steps into hi-fi or get a new TV for the front room, this bank holiday weekend might just be the best time to do it. 

We've rounded-up the deals on offer from the likes of Argos, Amazon, Richer Sounds and Sevenoaks, to help you find a bargain. Scroll down to see details from all the big retailers. For the best deals on our favourite products, check out our deals pages in the links below.

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Amazon Easter sale

Amazon has been running Easter deals all week, but there will still be plenty more over the bank holiday weekend. Click on the link below to find out more.

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Argos Easter sales

The Argos Big Red Event promises discount prices on 1000s of products, including discounts on smart TVs, tablets and games consoles. You can pick up the PS4 with The Division and get £20 of vouchers for £270, find savings of up to £150 on LG, Samsung, Sony and Philips TVs, and save on Acer, Lenovo and Samsung tablets.

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Carphone Warehouse Easter sale

Carphone Warehouse is offering deals on the Samsung Galaxy A3, Sony Xperia M5, Sony Xperia Z5, Sony Xperia Z5 Compact and the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium. 

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Currys PC World Easter sale

Currys PC World has a huge selection of Easter deals up for grabs this weekend. Highlights include the Award-winning Samsung UE55JS8500 4K TV for £1350 and the excellent Panasonic TX-40CX680B for £500.

There's also a huge £2600 saving on the Samsung UE65JS9500, a deal not to be missed. 

You can shop all the Currys TV deals here.

Currys also has a number of speaker deals, including the UE Boom 2 for £110 and JBL Charge 2+ for £100. You can shop all the Currys hi-fi system and speaker deals here.

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eBuyer Easter sale

If you don't mind having an ex-display TV or projector in order to save more money, then eBuyer is the place to go this Easter weekend. You'll find a number of Samsung TVs and a couple of Optoma projectors.

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Finlux Easter sale

Finlux is holding its own sale this weekend and up to the 31st March. There's a TV for every room of the house, from a budget 22in TV to a 55in 4K Ultra HD set for less than a grand.

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Game Easter sale

Game has a huge sale this weekend with savings on many of the big name games, including Star Wars Battlefront, Fifa 16, GTA V and Far Cry Primal. 

You can also get a number of PS4 and Xbox One console bundle deals, starting at £270 and £250 respectively.

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John Lewis Easter sale 

John Lewis is holding its usual Easter sale and has a huge saving on its 55JL9100 4K TV, now available for £650. There's a healthy £1300 saving on the Panasonic TX-55CR852, which you can pick up for £1000. You can shop all the John Lewis Easter TV deals here.

John Lewis also has a number of deals on tablets, including £70 off the iPad Air, and there are savings on Samsung's new range of multi-room speakers and £25 off the Libratone Zipp.

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Richer Sounds Easter sale

Richer Sounds has deals on a range of products, including the Yamaha YSP-2500 soundbar for £500 and Monitor Audio's A100 stereo amp for £129, a huge reduction on the original £400. 

You can also grab a pair of Q Acoustics 2020i speakers for £100 or a BenQ W1400 projector for £800.

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Sevenoaks Easter sale

Sevenoaks has a section of its website dedicated to Easter sales, and there are some decent deals to be had. You can pick up the Award-winning Marantz CD6005 for £250 and the accompanying PM6005 stereo amplifier for another £250. Or if you're after a streamer, the Pioneer N-50A is available for £369.

Other products in the Sevenoaks Easter sales include the Bluesound Powernode 2, Denon AVR-X2200, Denon D-M40DAB and NAD D 3020.

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Superfi Easter sale

Superfi also has a number of Easter deals, including the Denon AVR-X220W for £379 and Monitor Audio MASS 5.1 speaker package for £600, saving you £200. You can also save on the Samsung UE40JU500 TV, as well as the Marantz CD6005 and PM6005. 

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Tesco Easter sale

Tesco has a number of savings on various Samsung, LG and Panasonic TVs this bank holiday weekend. Check them out using the link below. 

Shop all the Tesco Easter sales

Zavvi Easter sale

Zavvi has deals on games and consoles as well as View Quest radios and a B&O BeoPlay A2 speaker.

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Allan's picture

Why are large 4K TVs so expensive in UK?

I don't understand why 4K TVs are so expensive in the UK compared to Denmark (DK), a country I normally perceive as much more expensive than UK (I'm a Dane living in London) and everything is normally 20-30 % more expensive in Denmark but not 4K TVs where Danish prices are up to 26 % lower and that includes a VAT of 25% in Denmark.

To show you I have compared some Winter sales examples:

Samsung UE55HU7200 (7205 in DK): Currys wants £1299, in Denmark the lowest price is £845 (not in stock) but in stock the lowest price is £1051, that's almost 20% lower.

Samsung UE55HU8500 (8505 in DK): Currys wants £1999, in Denmark the lowest price is £1473, that's 26% lower or £526 lower.

Samsung UE48HU7500 (7505 in DK): Sevenoaks wants £1099, in Denmark the lowest price is £946, that's 14% lower.

On the smaller 40" TVs the prices are comparable so why are large 4K so much more expensive in the UK than in Denmark, can anyone provide an answer for this question?

Andy Clough's picture

4K TV prices

I'm sure prices of the larger 4K TVs will fall over time, but it's still a relatively new technology so some retailers will charge a premium if they can I guess.