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Best TV deals UK 2021: OLED, QLED and LCD TVs at the lowest prices

Looking for the best deal on a new TV? You're in the right place!

We've scoured the web to find you the very best TV deals around, and only on the best sets from our comprehensive reviews back catalogue. There are all sorts here, from massive TVs with the latest smart TV tech, to more basic models that are a little easier on the wallet. But no matter what type, they all excel at what they do.

Most of the TVs you'll find below are 2020 models that will likely be replaced in the next few months, so manufacturers are offering extra-enticing prices in order to shift stock. There are still one or two 2019 TVs, too, which are now available at even lower prices. Just make sure to check that the 2020 equivalent isn't almost as affordable.

2021 models are now appearing but it will likely be a while now before they get really serious discounts. If it's a big deal that you're after, going for a 2020 or 2019 model is the way to go.

32-inch TV deals

Sony KDL-32WE613BU HD Smart TV £349 £238 at Currys
The best 32-inch TV deal we've spotted. This is a decently spec'd, well-reviewed (by buyers) 32-inch TV for just £238. There's direct access to plenty of smart video apps as well as the benefit of HDR support.View Deal

43-inch TV deals

Samsung UE43TU7100 43-inch 4K TV £479 £379 at Currys
This is more or less Samsung's cheapest model from 2020, and it's already had a hearty discount. It's a great TV for the money, too. it does a remarkably good job in terms of core picture and sound performance, and boasts the best, most-app packed operating system in the business. As long as you can live with only two HDMIs, there’s little reason not to buy.View Deal

Sony KD-43X7052 43-inch 4K TV £599 £428 at Hughes
The X70 is Sony's entry-level 4K TV, and it's already had a healthy discount of £170. This is an edge-lit model that supports HDR10 and HLG. We've not tested it yet, but Sony's track record suggests that even its lowest-end models are worth considering, particularly when discounted.View Deal

48-inch TV deals

Sony KD-48A9 48-inch OLED TV £1799 £1399 at Sevenoaks
To cut a long story short, this is the best sub-50-inch TV you can buy. In fact, it's probably the best sub-50-inch TV there's ever been. This is one of the first OLED TVs available below 55 inches, and it trumps the LG CX (below) for both picture and sound quality. That said, it doesn't have the next-gen HDMI features of the LG, which is something to consider if you're a keen gamer.View Deal

LG OLED48CX 48-inch OLED TV £1499 £1275 at Richer Sounds
Ok, so a £220 discount isn't usually something to shout about, but the CX is such a trailblazing TV that any discount is worthy of mention. This was the first 48-inch OLED TV to appear and, while the Sony A9 above trumps it for picture and sound, the LG CX is more feature-packed and more affordable. Just bear in mind that the 55-inch CX is cheaper still.View Deal

49-inch TV deals

Sony KD-49X7052 49-inch 4K TV £699 £529 at PRC Direct
The X70 is Sony's entry-level 4K TV, and it's had a healthy discount of £170. This is an edge-lit model that supports HDR10 and HLG. We've not tested it yet, but Sony's track record suggests that even its lowest-end models are worth considering, particularly when discounted.View Deal

55-inch TV deals

Today's best 55-inch TV deal

Samsung QE55Q90T QLED TV £1599 £999 at John Lewis
The Q90T offers Samsung's flagship 4K performance for 2020 (the Q95T adds the One Connect system but is identical in terms of picture) and is, predictably, rather excellent. It's brilliantly bright, vibrant and punchy, is packed with features such as VRR and ALLM, and its operating system is second to none. And now you can buy it with a huge discount. This is arguably the best TV deal available right now.View Deal

LG OLED55CX 2020 OLED TV £1799 £1145 at PRC Direct
New for 2020, LG's superb CX has now shed £649 from its price. This is the most affordable model that has all of LG's latest picture technology, and it performs beautifully, taking the already excellent C9 and adding more dark detail, richer colours and better motion. It's got you covered for next-gen games consoles, too, thanks to HDMIs that support features such as VRR.View Deal

Samsung UE55TU8000 55-inch 4K TV £699 £549 at Peter Tyson
The 55-inch TU8000 launched at £699, received a five-star verdict from us when we reviewed it at £599, and is now available for just £549. It has actually been as low as £499, but those super-cheap deals are now gone and it's still a great buy at £549.View Deal

Panasonic TX-55HZ1000B OLED TV £1995 £1499 at John Lewis
This is, without doubt, one of the best TVs of 2020, receiving a five-star rating from us when we reviewed it at £1899. It's now £400 cheaper than that (and £500 cheaper than at launch), making it an even better buy.View Deal

Sony KD-55A8 55-inch OLED TV £1999 £1199 at John Lewis
Sony's top 2020 OLED is one of its best TVs yet. It majors on realism and authenticity, all without sacrificing punch and vibrancy. It sounds very good by prevailing standards, too, and boasts a smart, subtle design. Gamers looking to the next generation of consoles should pause to consider the lack of some HDMI features, but the A8 is otherwise an excellent all-rounder that will be a pleasure to own.View Deal

Samsung QE55Q80T QLED TV £1599 £899 at John Lewis
This new model for 2020 has already dropped in price by £700. It's one step down from Samsung's flagship 4K TV and represented an excellent mid-range choice at launch so now looks like quite the savvy choice. It's a great option for gamers, too.View Deal

58-inch TV deals

Panasonic TX-58HX800B 58-inch 4K TV £999 £679 at Amazon
This 2020 mid-range model is now available for £250 less than at launch. This is a great set if you're looking to go big on a budget, thanks to its excellent contrast, rich colours and solid motion. It supports both Dolby Vision and HDR10+, too, and the operating system is simple to use and fairly well appointed with apps.View Deal

65-inch TV deals

LG OLED65CX 2020 OLED TV £2799 £1799 at John Lewis
The 65-inch version LG's superb CX has been discounted even more than its 55-inch sibling above. In fact, you can currently save £1000 on its original price. It's a brilliant performer that improves on the excellent C9 from 2019 in a number of areas, and it's got all of the feature you need for next-gen gaming, such as 4K@120Hz support and VRR.View Deal

Philips 65OLED805 65-inch OLED TV: £2199 £1798 at Currys
Just like its 55-inch sibling above, the 65-inch version of the OLED805 is the best TV available at its size. It's the best for picture performance, it sounds better than almost all rivals, and it's got awesome Ambilight for a touch of the spectacular. The Android TV operating system is packed with apps, too. It was great value at launch and is even more so now.View Deal

Samsung QE65Q95T QLED TV £2999 £1399 at Amazon
Samsung's 4K flagship for 2020 has now shed a huge £1600 from its price. Despite a couple of specs being slightly downgraded from last year's equivalent model, we were extremely impressed with the Q95T when we reviewed it, praising its natural picture, improved motion and sound, and superb smart platform.View Deal

LG OLED65GX 2020 OLED TV £3499 £2099 at Peter Tyson
This new model for 2020 doesn't only offer the best OLED picture yet produced by LG, it also boasts a supremely thin and stylish chassis that's designed specifically for wall mounting. Best of all, it's had a hefty discount.View Deal

Panasonic TX-65GZ2000B OLED TV £4295 £3199 at AV Online
This is probably the very best TV that we tested in 2019. If you're after a 65-incher and money is no object, this is the telly to get. Not only does it boast an exemplary OLED picture that trumps even LG's own models, it's got a speaker system with genuine up-firing drivers for Dolby Atmos sound.View Deal

Sony KD-65AG9 65in OLED TV £3999 £1999 at Sevenoaks
Sony's 2019 Master Series OLED majors on picture authenticity and has one of the best sound solutions of any current TV - hidden actuators vibrate the whole screen to make an excellent sound that matches the on-screen action perfectly. It's a pricey TV compared to many above, but it is £2000 more affordable than the original asking price.View Deal

75-inch TV deals

Samsung QE75Q800T £5499 £2445 at Amazon (save £3054)
Samsung's entry-level 75-inch 8K model looked like strong value when it launched at £5499, and it now seems like a bit of a bargain with this discount of over £3000. The Q800T has fewer dimming zones than the Q900TS and Q950TS below, and it goes less bright, but 2000nits is still way more than enough for a super-punchy picture. This looks like a very good buy.View Deal

Samsung QE75Q900TS £6999 £2999 at Sonic (save £4000)
This could well be the pick of the 8K deals. It's just like the Q950TS below, to which we bestowed an Award in 2020, but it comes in at a much lower price simply because it doesn't have the neat One Connect box. A great buy.View Deal

Samsung QE75Q950TS 8K OLED TV £7999 £3999 at Currys
The bigger the TV, the bigger the discount, and if you've got room for a 75-inch 8K TV in your house you can currently save a huge £4000 on this five-star 8K TV from Samsung. It's a 2020 Award-winner, too.View Deal

Samsung QE75Q60T 75-inch QLED TV £2299 £1195 at Amazon
If you want to go massive without spending a fortune, the Q60T looks like an excellent option. It's a 4K QLED, so should be sharp, bright and vibrant, and it boasts the best, most app-packed operating system in the business.View Deal