Best TV deals
For most households, a TV is one of the biggest purchases they'll make. But no one wants to pay any more than they have to.
That's where we come in. We've scoured the web to find you the best TV deals around, and only on the best sets from our comprehensive reviews back catalogue. That's right - every TV in this list has been through our rigorous reviews process and passed with flying colours.
Some of them might be last year's models, but that doesn't mean they're not worth a look. In fact, if you're willing to forego the latest improvements (which, let's be honest, are pretty incremental), you could save yourself a pretty penny. That said, we are now seeing discounts on the 2019 flagship sets, making it more tempting to spend the extra on one of the new models.
The biggest new deal this week is an extra £100 off the huge, 77in version of the LG C8 OLED. It's now better than half-price!
What Hi-Fi? sorts through thousands of deals to offer the best prices from the trustworthy retailers. While all of our reviews are researched and written independently, What Hi-Fi? is a participant in a number of affiliate programs designed to provide a means for sites to earn fees for linking to online retailers.
32 inch TV deals
Sony KDL-32WE613BU HD Ready HDR Smart TV
£349 £259 at Amazon
Want a TV for a second room or bedroom? You can save £90 on this Sony 32 inch TV. It's only HD Ready but if it's for the kids or a spare room it still represents a decent bargain. View Deal
50 inch TV deals
The first TV we tested with both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ on board, the GX800 is a great buy, particularly as it's already dropped in price a fair bit.View Deal
A What Hi-Fi? Award-winner at £599, you can get £220 off the retail price of this superb Philips 50-incher and enjoy brilliant Ultra HD images, Ambilight technology and a decent smart TV platform. For £379, it's a great buy.View Deal
55 inch TV deals
Brand new for this year, LG's C9 OLED improves on last year's C8 in almost every way, making it comfortably the better buy if you can stretch to it. Doing do is now a little easier than it was, as the price has dropped by £500.View Deal
Ultimately, if you're after a new OLED we'd suggest buying the C9 above and adding a good, separate sound system, but if you're going to be relying on your new TV's built-in speakers, the E9 is worth spending the extra on. The picture quality is identical, but the sound is a good step up.View Deal
Samsung's 2019 4K flagship has now dropped in price, with a healthy discount of over £400 from John Lewis. It's still more expensive than the C9 OLED above, but for some the punchier picture, nicer operating system and brilliant One Connect feature will be more than worth the extra.View Deal
Samsung's second tier 2019 QLED is undeniably a step down from the Q90R above, but the £450 difference in price certainly makes this Q85R a tempter.View Deal
The price gap between this C8 and the B8 above is currently a fairly hefty £300, but thanks to the Alpha 9 processor under the skin, which improves the performance across the board, we think it's well worth spending the extra money.View Deal
X-motion Clarity tech promises smooth sports and action movies while HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision support is present and correct. The price has dropped yet again lately, so you can currently get a huge £700 discount on this excellent telly.View Deal
This is a stunning TV with OLED picture quality, paired with powerful and immersive B&W sound. And now at a massively reduced price.View Deal
65 inch TV deals
A drop of £300 might not seem like a huge drop when compared to the discounts available on last year's sets, but this is a brand new model that improves on its predecessor in almost every way. Arguably the best TV of the year so far, it's well worth the original asking price, let alone the new one.View Deal
A big discount by Amazon makes Samsung's 4K flagship even more tempting than it was at launch. This is a great alternative to the LG C9 above - it might not go quite as black, but it's much brighter, is nicer to use and has the brilliant One Connect box, which handles all of the connections so you don't have loads of cables running into the display itself.View Deal
This new Sony is something of a mid-range marvel and has already had £100 knocked off its price. If you want a flagship-like performance but can't stretch to an OLED or QLED, this is the TV to buy.View Deal
A recent, extra little discount means you can save over £800 on the 65-inch version of the LG OLED B8 range. This is a 2018 model LG OLED TV, and these are the sets that we've been so impressed with this year. Expect 4K, HDR video in stunning style and the full suite of streaming apps. A bargain budget OLED.View Deal
The gap between the 65in C8 and B8 is currently less than £300, and the C8 is undeniably the better performer. It's well worth paying the extra if you're able - the C8 is last year's Award-winner after all.View Deal
New for 2019, this Sony has already dropped in price. Don't assume that means it must be a duffer, though - this is an excellent direct LED-backlit LCD model for the money, with a punchy, detailed picture and very good sound. LG's 2018 OLEDs (above) are the better buy while still available, but once they're gone this Sony will still be offering great value.View Deal
The 65in version of the Sony above has also finally received a worthwhile discount. An OLED set based on the excellent A1, the AF8 boasts lovely, natural pictures, great motion, and predictably perfect blacks. It also generates sound without standard speakers, instead using actuators to vibrate the whole screen - that might sound weird, but it works a treat.View Deal
A massive, extra £600 has just come off the price of this excellent TV, which combines OLED picture quality with B&W sound and awesome Ambilight. It's a cracker, particularly at this price.View Deal
You can save a whopping £600 on the Toshiba 65X9863DB 65-inch 4K OLED TV. This smart TV supports 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision video, has Freeview Play, and is compatible with Amazon Alexa voice control. There are four HDMI inputs, three USB inputs, Freeview HD, and built-in wifi.View Deal
77 inch TV deals
This massive LG OLED has just had yet another £100 taken off its price, making the overall discount since launch more over £4000. Yep, that makes it half-price. Can a £4000 TV be a bargain? In this case it might just be.View Deal