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The best TV deals 2022: 4K, QLED, HDR, OLED

If you're looking for a great TV deal, you've come to 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 2021 models that have been heavily discounted so that they get snapped up before their 2022 replacements hit shop shelves. While the savvy shopper will go for one of those huge deals, there are now smaller discounts available on some 2022 sets, most notably certain sizes of LG's C2 and G2 models.

The very best TV deals live right now

42-inch TV deals

LG OLED42C2 2022 OLED TV £1399 £1259 at Amazon (save £140) (opens in new tab)
LG's first 42-inch OLED TV has only been available for five minutes but has already had a big discount. It's slightly less bright than the bigger C2 models but otherwise has the same features. That should make it a huge hit, particularly with gamers who want a desktop TV with all of the next-gen specs.

43-inch TV deals

Hisense 43A6GTUK 43-inch LCD TV £429 £229 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The 43A6GTUK is another lesson from Hisense in how you can no longer judge a TV by its price point. Yes, there are weaknesses – unhelpful presets and slightly desaturated colours, for example – but it also offers more features and delivers a much greater level of picture and sound consistency than should be possible at this price.

Samsung UE43AU7100 2021 43-inch TV £499 £289 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Simply put, this is the best 43-inch TV we've tested this year. It boasts a surprisingly mature and consistent picture performance and the full, excellent Samsung smart platform, which gives access to more or less every streaming service under the sun.

48-inch TV deals

Philips 48OLED806 2021 OLED TV £1299 £799 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Let's cut straight to the chase: this is our favourite TV of 2021. The OLED806 series is just brilliant, offering super-punchy and crisp images, solid sound, Ambilight and loads of next-gen gaming features, and at 48-inches its compact enough for any lounge.

LG OLED48C1 48-inch OLED TV £1299 £849 at Electric Shop (opens in new tab)
The C1 is the performance-per-pound champ of LG's 2021 OLED TV range, and this 48-inch version is just as good as its larger siblings. It's a particularly strong choice for gamers, and more tempting than ever with this discount.

50-inch TV deals

Samsung QE50QN90A 2021 Neo QLED TV £1799 £629 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Samsung's new, Mini LED-based Neo QLED TV is available as a relatively compact, 50-inch model – and it's seen massive discounts since launch. We've not tested it yet, but expect a very bright and punchy picture, plus lots of smart features and next-gen gaming specs.

Hisense R50A7200GTUK Roku TV £399 £275 at Argos (opens in new tab)
Arguably the best-value TV currently available in the UK, this Hisense combines the excellent Roku smart platform with a surprisingly mature picture performance. A superb buy.

55-inch TV deals

LG OLED55C1 2021 OLED TV £1699 £999 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The latest C-series OLED from LG is everything you'd expect – an all-round picture performer with every next-gen gaming feature you could hope for. It's got the catch-up apps that were missing from the CX, too. A brilliant TV, particularly at this price.

Philips 55OLED806 2021 OLED TV £1599 £899 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
While we've not yet tested the 55-inch OLED806, the 48-inch and 65-inch versions are Award-winningly brilliant and we've no reason to expect this to be any different. This is a big discount, too.

Sony XR-55A80J 2021 OLED TV £1899 £1129 at Sevenoaks (opens in new tab)
Sony's awesome A80J OLED TV launched at £1899, was down to £1699 when we reviewed it (and gave it 5 stars) and can now be bought for much less than that. An absolutely brilliant TV that majors on authenticity.

Samsung QE55QN94A 55-inch QLED TV £1499 £849 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We gave the QN94A a five-star rating at £1499 so it's superb value at this new, extra-low price. It does without the QN95A's One Connect box but the performance is every bit as brilliant.

TCL 55RP620K 55-inch Roku TV £449 £329 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Another excellent-value Roku TV, this time from TCL. The superb smart platform is the attention-grabber, but it's the surprisingly solid picture performance that makes this such a great buy, particularly with this discount.

LG OLED55C2 2022 OLED TV £1899 £1699 at Currys (save £200) (opens in new tab)
LG's new C2 is the ideal TV for most people. It's brighter than any 2021 OLED, produces brilliantly punchy but natural images and boasts every next-gen gaming feature you could ask for. And now it's available with a discount.

LG OLED55G2 2022 OLED TV £2399 £2199 at Amazon (save £200) (opens in new tab)
While most people will be best served by the C2, above, the G2 is even brighter and punchier and boasts a frame-like design that makes it look particularly brilliant when wall-mounted. Do bear in mind that there's no stand in the box.

65-inch TV deals

Samsung QE65QN95A 2021 QLED TV £2999 £1281 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Samsung's 2021 flagship 4K 'Neo QLED' TV has already dropped massively in price. This is a superb television with a super-punchy mini LED backlight and a One Connect box with four HDMI 2.1 sockets. An excellent buy.

Philips 65OLED806 65-inch OLED TV £2299 £1249 at  Currys (opens in new tab)
This is the best 65-inch TV of 2021 and it's now available for £500 less than at launch. For both picture and sound it's even better than the LG C1, below, and it also has beautiful Ambilight and two HDMI 2.1 sockets.

LG OLED65C1 2021 OLED TV £2499 £1343 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The latest C-series OLED from LG is everything you'd expect – an all-round picture performer with every next-gen gaming feature you could hope for. It's got the catch-up apps that were missing from the CX, too. A brilliant TV, particularly at this price.

Panasonic TX-65JX800B £1099 £475 at Amazon (save £520) (opens in new tab)
This 65-inch LED TV runs the Android TV operating system, bringing all the usual apps together in a slick user interface. You can also control it just by speaking, thanks to the power of Google Assistant. Includes Dolby Vision HDR, three HDMI inputs, plus ARC and ALLM support.

Sony XR-65X90J 65-inch TV £1799 £1079 at John Lewis (save £750) (opens in new tab)
This classy LCD/LED TV was already great value at its original price, so it's a real steal with this deal. It's a particularly strong option for gamers who can't quite stretch to an LG C1 or Samsung QN94A.

LG OLED65C2 2022 OLED TV £2699 £2449 at Amazon (save £250) (opens in new tab)
While the G2 is an even better performer, the C2 is still the 2022 LG OLED TV that most people should buy, thanks to its irresistible performance-per-pound credentials. It's got a flawless set of next-gen gaming features, too.

LG OLED65G1 2021 Evo OLED TV £2999 £2179 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The G1 is LG's new Evo OLED, which takes the excellent performance and feature set of the C1 (above) and adds even more punch to images. It's got a lovely design that's specifically for wall-mounting, too (you'll need to budget extra for feet or a stand if it's not going on the wall).

75-inch TV deals

77-inch TV deals

LG OLED77C1 2021 OLED TV: £3999 £2369 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The 2021 version of LG's C-series TV has also now been discounted. It's not hugely better than the CX, but it does have better motion processing, a more complete app selection and a new Game Optimiser feature that gives you instant access to the set's many next-gen gaming features.

When's the best time to buy a TV?

TV prices fluctuate massively over the course of a year, and knowing the best time to buy can be the difference between bagging a bargain and paying well over the odds. Generally speaking, there are three times of year that are best to buy a new TV: spring, big sales events and big sporting events.

Of these, spring is often the very best. This is because it's the time of year that all of the previous year's TVs tend to be sold with huge reductions so that space can be made for the new models that were announced in the January. Generally speaking, TV improvements are fairly incremental from one year to the next and you can usually save yourself hundreds, if not thousands, by opting for last year's model. A word of warning, though: these are end-of-line models we're talking about so when they're gone, they're gone. Wait too long for the very lowest price and you could end up missing out entirely.

If you don't want to wait until spring, there are three big sales events to mark in your calendar: Amazon Prime DayBlack Friday and Cyber Monday. While Amazon Prime Day moves around a bit, Black Friday and Cyber Monday always take place, respectively, on the first Friday and Monday after Thanksgiving in the US. That means that this year Black Friday should take place on Friday 25th November, and Cyber Monday on Monday 28th November. While these sales events don't necessarily guarantee the very lowest prices you'll see all year, you can be pretty sure of getting a deal that's at least good, and quite possibly great.

While slightly less obvious, big sporting events often really do generate big deals on new TVs. Think Wimbledon, the Olympics and of course football tournaments such as the World Cup, Euros and the FA Cup Final. This year sees Wimbledon take place from 27th June to 10th July and, for the first time, the World Cup takes place in the winter, so look out for it starting on 21st November – that's Black Friday week. Expect deals aplenty.

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Tom Parsons has been writing about TV, AV and hi-fi products (not to mention plenty of other 'gadgets' and even cars) for over 15 years. He began his career as What Hi-Fi?'s Staff Writer and is now the TV and AV Editor. In between, he worked as Reviews Editor and then Deputy Editor at Stuff, and over the years has had his work featured in publications such as T3, The Telegraph and Louder. He's also appeared on BBC News, BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4 and Sky Swipe. In his spare time Tom is a runner and gamer.