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The 9 best TV deals live this weekend

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

The internet is awash with TVs – and discounted TVs at that. But how do you possibly dig out the real TV deals from the mountain of so-so offerings doing the rounds? Actually, you don't have to: we've already done the legwork to bring you this round-up of the best TV deals available right now.

There's something for everyone here, from cheap 43-inch and 55-inch Samsung 4K LCD TVs to brilliant LG OLED TVs and right the way up to an 8K Samsung QLED TV.

So whether you want a new blockbuster TV to upgrade your home cinema experience or a bargain for a second room, read on for our pick of the best TV deals of the weekend...

Best TV deals live this weekend

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Samsung UE43TU7100 43-inch 4K LCD TV £479 £379 at Currys (opens in new tab)
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. Five stars, Award winner

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Sony KD-48A9 48-inch 4K OLED TV £1799 £1499 at Sevenoaks (opens in new tab)
To cut a long story short, this is the best sub-50-inch TV you can buy. This is one of the first OLED TVs available below 55 inches, and it trumps the 48in LG CX (opens in new tab) 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. Five stars, Award winner

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Samsung UE55TU8000 55-inch 4K LCD TV (opens in new tab)£699 £549 at Peter Tyson (opens in new tab) 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. Five stars, Award winner

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LG OLED55CX 55-inch 4K OLED TV £1799 £1299 at Richer Sounds (opens in new tab) Ready to be succeeded by LG's 2021 models, the superb CX is a real steal right now. This is the most affordable 2020 model that has all of LG's latest picture technology, and it performs beautifully. It's got you covered for next-gen games consoles, too, thanks to HDMIs that support features such as VRR. Five stars

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Panasonic TX-55HZ1000B 55-inch 4K OLED TV £1995 £1499 at Sonic Direct (opens in new tab) 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. Five stars

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Samsung QE55Q80T 55-inch 4K QLED TV £1599 £1099 at Hughes (opens in new tab) This 2020 model has dropped in price by a tasty £500 since its launch last year. It's one step down from Samsung's flagship 90T 4K TV and represents an excellent mid-range choice. It's a great option for gamers, too.

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Sony KD-65XH9005 65-inch 4K LCD TV £1499 £1099 at Hughes (opens in new tab)
Sony's XH90 model is 'Ready for PS5', which means it supports 4K at 120Hz, VRR and ALLM. It's also a great all-round TV. In fact, it's one of the best performance-per-pound TVs you can buy – especially now it's been discounted by this much. Five stars, Award winner

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Samsung QE65Q95T 65-inch QLED 4K TV £2999 £1799 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Samsung's 4K flagship for 2020 has now shed £1200 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. Five stars

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Samsung QE75Q900TS 75-inch 8K QLED TV £6999 £3499 at Hughes (save £3500) (opens in new tab) This could well be the pick of the 8K deals. It's just like the Q950TS, to which we recently bestowed a What Hi-Fi? Award, but it comes in at a much lower price simply because it doesn't have the neat One Connect box. A great buy in our books.

Becky is the managing editor of What Hi-Fi? and, since her recent move to Melbourne, also the editor of Australian Hi-Fi magazine. During her eight years in the hi-fi industry, she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching Liverpool FC and horror movies, and hunting for gluten-free cake.