TV deals: The cheapest 4K TV prices - May 2019

TV deals: The cheapest 4K TV prices - May 2019

The traditional sales periods may now be a distant memory, but many TVs are actually now available for their lowest ever prices.

That's largely because manufacturers have announced their new sets for 2019, and they and the retailers want the shelves clear of 2018 models to make way for their replacements.

The new TVs might be worth waiting for, of course, but for the savvy shopper the discounts on last year's still-excellent tellies are impossible to resist.

Whether you want an LED or OLED, are more concerned about smart TV features or picture quality, there should be something for you.

We've searched the deals on Amazon, Argos, Currys, John Lewis, Richer Sounds, Sevenoaks and more, to find the very best TV deals. A bargain is but a scroll away.

In the last week or two we've spotted some extra discounts on some awesome OLEDs: the 55in and 65in versions of LG's Award-winning C8 and Sony's AF8 have just dropped to their lowest-ever prices, making it a great time to buy.

Our editors search through thousands of deals to unearth the best prices from the most trustworthy retailers. You can support us by clicking these independently selected links, as we may earn a commission on any purchase you make - but at no extra cost to you.

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43 inch TV deals

Samsung The Frame UE43LS03 43-inch 4K HDR TV for £1199 £899 at John Lewis

Samsung's stylish Frame TV has had a tasty discount. This is the 43-inch model, and it delivers 4K, HDR and the chance to turn itself into a piece of art.View Deal

49 inch TV deals

Sony KD-49XF9005 4K TV £1300 £849 at Richer Sounds

The best 49-inch TV around and a What Hi-Fi? Awards winner. This 49in Sony has all the 4K and HDR spec, LED backlighting, Sony’s X1 Extreme processor, X-Reality Pro and X-Motion Clarity. All that adds up to a superb TV, and it's recently dropped in price by an extra £100. These are the very last example, though, so act fast.View Deal

Samsung QE49Q6FN £1299 £669 at Amazon

This Samsung QLED TV supports 4K and HDR, all of the apps you'll likely need, from Netflix and Amazon to BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub, and Freeview and Freesat tuners. Four HDMI inputs mean you can connect a whole host of devices, too. Better than OLED? Maybe not, but QLED delivers an impressive, bright picture nonetheless, and the Q6FN has just dropped in price by another £30, making it a very tempting £669 to buy now. From what we can tell, there are also very few of these left.View Deal

50 inch TV deals

Philips 50PUS6703 4K TV £599 £379 at Currys

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 an absolute bargain.View Deal

Samsung UE50NU7020 £599 £349 at Amazon

A 50-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV, this Samsung UE50NU7020 has had £220 shaved off the price. It supports 4K Ultra HD pictures and the latest HDR10+ video technology, has iPlayer, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and YouTube, plus two HDMI 2.0 inputs and two USB connections.View Deal

55 inch TV deals

LG OLED55B8SLC OLED TV £1479 £1139 at Amazon

The cheapest 4K OLED TV in LG's 2018 range is now even more affordable. This is a brilliant OLED TV from the company responsible for the best OLED TVs on the market. You can't go wrong with this award-winning TV, which is even cheaper now than it was on Cyber Monday.View Deal

LG OLED55C8PLA OLED TV £2999 £1365 at Amazon

The gap between this C8 and the B8 above has shrunk to just a shade over £200. Thanks to the Alpha 9 processor under the skin, it's a stretch well worth making if you're able. It's a slightly better performer in almost every way, so is money well spent.View Deal

Samsung QE55Q9FN QLED TV £2999 £1599 at John Lewis

The Q9FN sits pretty at the top of Samsung's 2018 4K QLED range and is an excellent alternative to an LG OLED, particularly in terms of brightness and colour vibrancy. It's recently had an extra £200 shaved off its price - buy one while you still can.View Deal

Sony KD-55AF8 OLED TV £1899 £1599 at Currys

Having only recently had it's first proper discount, of £210, Sony's AF8 has now dropped a further £90. 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

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B OLED TV £2299 £1297 at PRC Direct

We gave Panasonic's FZ802 OLED TV five stars at its original price of £2299, so it really is a bargain with this huge, £1000 discount.View Deal

Sony KD-55XF9005 55-inch 4K HDR TV £1699 £999 at John Lewis

4K pictures should look fantastic on this screen while the solid stand makes it easy to install. 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 again lately, so you can currently get a huge £700 discount on this excellent telly.View Deal

Philips OLED+ 903 55-inch TV for £2499 £1999 at Currys

This is a stunning TV with OLED picture quality, paired with powerful and immersive B&W sound.View Deal

Philips 55POS9002 4K OLED TV £1499 £999 at AO.com

It's a bit longer in the tooth than its stablemate above, but the Philips 55POS9002 TV was "one of the finest TVs currently available, particularly for HDR" when we reviewed it at £2000, and it remains an excellent option at this very low price.View Deal

65 inch TV deals

LG OLED65B8SLC 4K OLED TV £2799 £1739 at Amazon

You can save £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

LG OLED65C8PLA 4K OLED TV £3999 £1999 at John Lewis

As with the 55in models above, the price gap between the 65in C8 and B8 has now narrowed significantly, thanks to the C8 suddenly shedding an extra £200. It's well worth paying the extra and, at £1999, this Award-winner is a real bargain.View Deal

Samsung QE65Q9FN QLED TV £3799 £2199 at Richer Sounds

The Q9FN was Samsung's flagship 4K QLED last year and it's still a mighty fine TV now, offering one of the brightest, punchiest pictures available at any price. A recent extra reduction of £100 has taken the overall discount to a meaty £1600.View Deal

Sony KD-65AF8 OLED TV £2698 £2298 at Richer Sounds

The 65in version of the Sony above has also finally received a worthwhile discount - this time of £400. 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

Panasonic TX-65FZ802B OLED TV £3499 £1999 at PRC Direct

The 65in version of Panasonic's excellent 2018 OLED is also currently heavily discounted. The LG C8 above would be our first choice, but this is a great alternative, particularly as it's now a whole load more affordable.View Deal

Philips OLED+ 903 65-inch TV £3499 £2999 at Richer Sounds

Get OLED picture quality and B&W sound at a large-screen 65-inch size - and enjoy a tasty £500 saving.View Deal

LG 65UK6400PLF £799 £629 at Richer Sounds

For those that can't quite stretch to an LG OLED, this 4K LCD is well equipped with HDR10 and HLG support, and Freeview Play opening doors to the full suite of UK catch up TV apps.View Deal

Toshiba 65X9863DB OLED TV £2299 £1699 at AO.com

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

LG OLED77C8LLA OLED TV £7999 £4899 at John Lewis

This massive LG OLED dropped a huge £1000 over the course of April, and it's just shed an extra £100. That takes the overall discount since launch to £3100. Can a five-grand TV be a bargain? In this case it might just be.View Deal