The best turntable deals 2024: the best prices on great record players

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Evo
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With summer fast approaching, it's time to look for a good deal or two on turntables. Whether you're a cheap and cheerful Bluetooth record player made for ultimate convenience or a premium design to take pride of place in your home hi-fi set up, you're bound to find a good discount here.

We keep our eyes peeled all year round for the best record player deals on some of the top turntables that we've tried and tested, and you can see our selection of those worthy discounts below.

Our favourite Sony Bluetooth turntable has a great sub-£200 discount again, we've seen the lowest price yet on an Award-winning Technics deck, and you can get a bargain on some Audio-Technica record players too. We'll keep this page updated regularly to make sure you're up to date with the latest and best discounts – so keep checking back to see the best turntable deals.

Of course, there are plenty of other models on sale, but we've handpicked only the best deals, and with our decades of expertise in reviewing hi-fi kit, you can be guaranteed a level of quality and genuine value for money – both in build and sound – with our top choices in this list.

Turntable deals (UK)

Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth was £249now £194 at Amazon (save £55)
Here Sony has given us a 'plug and play’ fully automatic deck, including a phono stage, thrown in Bluetooth and priced it at the low end of the market. The affordable PS-LX310BT turntable has been around for a while, but it remains an excellent example of this category, and any drop in price below £200 is a terrific deal and should be snapped up while stocks last.
Five stars
Price check: £199 at John Lewis and Currys. 

Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth was £249 now £194 at Amazon (save £55)
Here Sony has given us a 'plug and play’ fully automatic deck, including a phono stage, thrown in Bluetooth and priced it at the low end of the market. The affordable PS-LX310BT turntable has been around for a while, but it remains an excellent example of this category, and any drop in price below £200 is a terrific deal and should be snapped up while stocks last.
Five stars
Price check: £199 at 
John Lewis and Currys

Technics SL-1500C was £1099now £999 at Peter Tyson (save £100)
This Award-winning Technics is one of the best sounding, fuss-free direct drive record players we've heard for around a grand. While the official RRP has shot up to £1099 in recent months, this huge £200 saving on the SL-1500C in all three finishes is a terrific deal. Don't miss this one!
What Hi-Fi? Award winner

Technics SL-1500C was £1099 now £999 at Peter Tyson (save £100)
This Award-winning Technics is one of the best sounding, fuss-free direct drive record players we've heard for around a grand. While the official RRP has shot up to £1099 in recent months, this huge £200 saving on the SL-1500C in all three finishes is a terrific deal. Don't miss this one!
What Hi-Fi? Award winner

Audio Technica AT-LP5x was £380 now £298 at Amazon (save £82)
Audio-Technica’s original AT-LP5 turntable was a winner. This LP5x model now comes with an easier-to-fit cartridge and a built-in phono stage for both MC and MM. And it even sounds a little cleaner than its predecessor. Winner again and with a decent discount. Five stars
Price check: £299 at Richer Sounds

Audio Technica AT-LP5x was £380 now £298 at Amazon (save £82)
Audio-Technica’s original AT-LP5 turntable was a winner. This LP5x model now comes with an easier-to-fit cartridge and a built-in phono stage for both MC and MM. And it even sounds a little cleaner than its predecessor. Winner again and with a decent discount. Five stars
Price check: £299 at
Richer Sounds

Audio Technica AT-LPW50BTRW was £420 now £385 at AV.com (save £35)

Audio Technica AT-LPW50BTRW was £420 now £385 at AV.com (save £35)
This easy-to-use turntable comes with built-in phono stage and Bluetooth streaming, and delivers a smooth, easy-going sound that's enjoyable to listen to. The AT-LPW50BTRW looks lovely too, and worth the discount if you're after a trendy, capable Bluetooth turntable.

Pro-Ject Juke Box E was £499 now £362 at Amazon (save £137)Five stars

Pro-Ject Juke Box E was £499 now £362 at Amazon (save £137)
This record player is something of a rarity. It’s an all-in-one system that demands very few compromises given its price. The Juke Box E deck is tricked out with an Ortofon OM 5E cartridge, amplification and a Bluetooth receiver. The features and performance are on point for this price, making this deal difficult to ignore. There is an updated Juke Box E1 model out too, which we are yet to test.
Five stars

Turntable deals (US)

Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth/USB turntable was $250 now $248 at Amazon (save $2)
It may only be $2 off, but we always keep an eye out for any Sony Five stars
Deal also at Target

Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth/USB turntable was $250 now $248 at Amazon (save $2)
It may only be $2 off, but we always keep an eye out for any Sony
PS-LX310BT deals, as this plug-and-play, fully automatic Bluetooth turntable is the best of its type we've tested. A phono stage is also included, making this a fantastic set up for those wanting a streamlined vinyl system or those new to the vinyl fun. It also sounds entertaining, but keep an eye out for better deals during bigger sales events. Five stars
Deal also at
Target

Audio Technica AT-LP120XUSB was $399 now $349 at Target (save $50)

Audio Technica AT-LP120XUSB was $399 now $349 at Target (save $50)
Audio-Technica’s USB turntable was a four-star performer when we reviewed it a while ago, with the fact that it's still being made today testifying to its enduring quality and popularity. The direct-drive table offers 33, 45, and 78 RPM speeds, with a damped base construction designed for reduced low-frequency feedback. 

The best deals on the very best turntables

Want the very best record player on the market at your chosen price point? Below you'll see the best prices currently available on all our favourite, five-star (and sometimes What Hi-Fi? Award-winning) turntables...

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Kashfia Kabir
Hi-Fi and Audio Editor

Kashfia is the Hi-Fi and Audio Editor of What Hi-Fi? and first joined the brand over 10 years ago. During her time in the consumer tech industry, she has reviewed hundreds of products (including speakers, amplifiers and headphones), been to countless trade shows across the world and fallen in love with hi-fi kit much bigger than her. In her spare time, Kash can be found tending to an ever-growing houseplant collection and shooing her cat Jolene away from spinning records.

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