If you're keen on updating your home screen, Boxing Day sales represent some of the best opportunities to get your hands on quality TVs with solid savings attached. Big-name manufacturers and retailers are both beginning to look at the year ahead and their next fleet of TV releases, meaning they're eyeing off opportunities to offload stock of their already excellent screen options.
That's great news for you! Whether you're on the hunt for a premium OLED, high-value QLED or something more affordable, there's already some opportunities to take advantage of excellent savings even with not all retailers having unleashed their formal sales.
Included among these is deals on various sizes of the multi-award-winning LG C2 OLED TV, handy savings on the budget-friendly, but feature heavy TCL C-Series TVs and even some opportunities to save some coin on quality soundbars.
With the big day upon us, you can rest assured we'll be keeping a close eye on the best opportunities to save on quality home screens for you to find right here.
- Our expert pick of the best Boxing Day deals on tech
Best Boxing Day TV deals 2022
- Amazon Australia: discounts on TVs from Sony, Samsung, Philips and more
- Appliance Central: discounts on 4K TVs, OLEDs and QLEDs
- Appliances Online: savings on TVs and home appliances
- Bing Lee: great prices on the world's most popular TVs
- The Good Guys: savings on TVs, home appliances and more
- Kogan: TVs from AU$269 in the Christmas sale
Boxing Day TV deals
TCL 98-inch C735 QLED TV |
AU$6,995 AU$4,444 at The Good Guys (save AU$2,551)
Proving size doesn't have to equal sacrifice for a home screen, this massive 98-inch C735 QLED TV boasts dynamic picture quality thanks to its QLED display, Dolby Atmos surround sound support and quality gaming features including VRR up to 120Hz and clear motion rate. And thanks to this saving it'll cost you less than AU$4,500, unheard of for a screen this size and of this quality.
If you're on the hunt for exceptional OLED picture quality, 3D surround sound and an impressive list of gaming friendly features, the Sony A80K is a joy. This one pairs particularly well with PS5 consoles as part of Sony's 'Perfect for PS5' lineup designed to integrate with its best features, and you can save AU$800 on the 65-inch A80K at The Good Guys right now.
If you need bigger, you can also save AU$1,000 on the A80K in its 77-inch size, now down to AU$5,995.
Samsung's top of the line S95B OLED TV is a seriously powerful home screen option. With top notch OLED picture quality and Dolby Atmos support, there's nobody who will be left disappointed by getting their hands on this one. If you want premium quality for your home screen, take advantage of this stellar 33% saving.
If you don't need a 65-inch screen, you can also save on this one in its 55-inch size.
LG CS 65-inch OLED TV |
AU$3,695 AU$2,444 at The Good Guys (save AU$1,251)
As a part of LG's exceptional line of OLED home screens, the LG CS is a quality TV. With its α9 Gen 5 AI Processor and Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro capability, picture quality is awesome while the Dolby Atmos audio in the mix offers quality audio immersion. And you can catch it now in its 65-inch size with a cool AU$1,250 discount attached at The Good Guys.
Hisense 75-inch U7HAU ULED TV |
AU$2,799 AU$1,495 (save AU$1,304)
Keen on screen size that won't break the bank, then this deal on the Hisense U7HAU should appeal. With QLED Quantum Dot Colour and Full Array Local Dimming, picture quality for this one is solid, while gaming friendly HDMI 2.1 support for 4K@120Hz, variable refresh rates and auto low latency mode make it an attractive option for gamers at its price.
As a budget-friendlier TV option, the Hisense U8HAU is still nothing short of impressive beneath the hood. With Mini-LED backlighting and QLED Quantum Dot technology built in, its picture is at a quality much higher than its price would suggest. At its RRP it represents superb value, so this kind of saving is a real eye-catcher.
Adding an OLED screen to your living room setup almost never comes cheaply, with the powerful picture quality of OLED TVs ordinarily coming with quite a heavy price tag attached. But not for Boxing Day, apparently, with this handy OLED screen landing a discount of AU$996. And with this one also offering solid HDMI 2.1 support with variable refresh rates and Freesync in the mix, it's a solid option for gamers looking to upgrade at less of a cost.
If you're shopping on a budget but looking for an upgrade to screen size, this could be the right deal for you. The picture display on offer here is modest but decent for the price, even if it does attract a lot of glare, with HDR10+ support giving it a particular boost above levels typical to its price point. Audio is also a particular strength for this Philips number with Dolby Atmos in the mix, making it a solid buy for less than four figures.
Although its exterior design might have been built with your home decor front of mind, Samsung's Frame QLED TV can't be accused of shortchanging on quality screen features. The Quantum Dot powered QLED screen technology offers bright, dynamic colours, while Samsung's object and voice tracking sound technology makes audio a treat. Catch this 43-inch frame with a discount over AU$500 in the mix, or find other sizes with savings:
AU$795 AU$550 (save AU$245)
AU$2,095 AU$1,185 (save AU$910)
AU$2,095 AU$1,660 (save AU$435)
AU$2,595 AU$1,750 (save AU$845)
AU$3,495 AU$2,680 (save AU$815)
AU$5,295 AU$3,550 (save AU$1,745)
As a TV friendlier to most budgets than premium home screens, the TCL C835 is something special. With Mini-LED backlights capable of greater brightness than OLED TVs, premium level performance features and a staggering array of high quality gaming features, this is a TV option well worth considering for the budget conscious. Discounted already to AU$1,189 and applying code SNSDEC will see the price of this one drop to just AU$1,189.
TCL C735 75-inch QLED TV |
AU$1,995 AU$1,495 at JB Hi-Fi (save AU$500)
Trading out the Mini-LED backlighting of the C835 for a QLED screen, the TCL C735 might not quite match the image quality of its older sibling in some areas but will be much friendlier to power bills in a way making it well worthwhile. Matching the C735 for exceptional performance at its price, particularly for gamers, the C735 is a very impressive home screen that won't cost you as much as a small car.
LG C2 55-inch OLED TV |
AU$3,195 AU$2,150 at Appliance Central (save AU$1,045)
Nothing short of exceptional, the LG C2 reigns supreme as potentially the very best TV that money can buy. With outstanding OLED picture quality, immersive Dolby Atmos audio and an impressive array of gaming-friendly features, it's worth every bit of hype and more. Here, you'll catch the 55-inch LG C2 with a saving of over AU$1,000 attached, making it very hard to resist.
Discounts available in other sizes:
AU$2,295 AU$1,599 (save AU$696)
AU$2,695 AU$1,920 (save AU$775)
AU$3,990 AU$3,090 (save AU$900)
AU$7,995 AU$5,450 (save AU$2,545)
AU$9,995 AU$7,450 (save AU$2,545)
LG CS 65-inch OLED TV |
AU$3,695 AU$2,350 at Appliance Central (save AU$1,345)
At face value, it's easy to dismiss the newly released LG CS as simply a slightly budget friendlier, lesser version of the premium LG C2. Maybe that's true, but that still makes this LG CS one of the higher quality TV options on the market, boasting many of the same performance specs as the LG C2 including α9 Gen5 AI processor and Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro. And here you can find the CS in a 65-inch size at a discount of over AU$1,300, making it even more attractive!
TCL 4K Google 50-inch QLED TV
AU$995 AU$765 at The Good Guys (save AU$230)
Offering what TCL does best (premium tech for less-than-premium money), this 50-inch TV combines a QLED panel with the excellent Google smart operating system, and throws in support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR10+ as well as HDMI 2.1 connections. There is a lot of promise here.
Kogan 9 Series Android 58-inch LCD TV
AU$799 AU$499 at Kogan (save AU$300)
We don't have any hands-on experience with Kogan-branded TVs, but if your priority is getting the most screen at the cheapest price and can accommodate a 58-incher, this 9 Series Kogan could be for you. Android TV is built in, serving up heaps of smart apps, and there is 4K and HDR support too.
LG G2 OLED 65-inch TV
AU$4995 AU$4050 at Appliance Central (save AU$945)
The G2 offers the best 4K picture quality that LG currently produces, boasting not only OLED Evo technology, but also an added heatsink that allows the panel to be pushed to even brighter levels. The design is also lovely (though bear in mind that a wall bracket is included but a stand is not) and every gaming feature imaginable is supported.
As a powerful home theatre solution offering immersive True Dolby Atmos audio boosted by multi-direction firing speakers and powerful sound quality features, the Samsung HW-Q990B is a premium soundbar with an immense price tag to match. As good as it is, most of us don't have the luxury of being able to consider this one at its full price, but thanks to this discount of over AU$900 it suddenly becomes a lot more interesting.
TCL TS8132 Soundbar |
AU$599 AU$370 at Appliance Central (save AU$229)
TCL has made an art form of delivering high-quality, powerful performance at budget-friendlier prices with its TVs and achieves the same here with the TS8132 soundbar. Packing in a soundbar and wireless subwoofer with Dolby Atmos audio capabilities for true immersive sound, the TS8132 is a home theatre solution that punches well above its weight in terms of price even before taking this handy saving into account.