Best OLED TV deals 2024: top savings on LG, Samsung, Sony and more

Looking to pick up a new top-end OLED TV ahead of 2024’s summer of sports, or to enjoy one of the sea of new blockbuster movies getting home cinema releases, but don’t want to re-mortgage the house to get one?

Then you’ll be pleased to hear that our team of home cinema experts have done the legwork for you, checking all the major retailers to find the best OLED TV deals currently available. Every deal on this list has been checked by our team to make sure it’s an actually good discount and that it is for an OLED TV we’ve reviewed and can recommend. In the odd instance an OLED TV we haven’t tested appears on this list we’ll flag why it has been included.

Our only slight caveat is to remember that Prime Day 2024 is expected to happen in the near future, so we’re expecting yet more great deals to arrive fairly soon. But if you 100 per cent can’t wait, scroll down to see our curated picks of the best OLED TVs currently running.

If you're not 100 per cent committed to your next TV being an OLED you can also check out our more general best TV deals guide.

42-inch OLED TV deals

LG OLED42C3 was $1197, now $897 at Amazon (save $300)

LG OLED42C3 was $1197, now $897 at Amazon (save $300)
The LG C3 is a fantastic OLED and generally solid performer, based on our testing. If you want a great OLED, with all the features a next generation gamer needs, then this is the set to get. Just remember, it's speakers are a little weak, so you'll likely want to invest in a soundbar as well.

Read our LG C3 review

Sony XR-42A90K was $1400, now $1298 at Amazon (save $102)

Sony XR-42A90K was $1400, now $1298 at Amazon (save $102)
If you're adamant you don't want to buy a soundbar with your new tiny OLED then we'd recommend checking out the Sony A90K. It uses Sony's clever Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, which creates sound using actuators that vibrate the whole screen. Though it sounds weird, it makes it the best OLED this size for audio.

Read our Sony XR-42A90K review

48-inch OLED TV deals

LG OLED48C3 was $1400, now$997 at Amazon (save $403)

LG OLED48C3 was $1400, now $997 at Amazon (save $403)
Small OLED TVs still aren't a common sight, so we'd recommend this C3 deal to any buyer looking for a 48-inch set. For your money you get a great all round performer with flawless gaming specs. Just be warned, like the 42-inch model above, its speakers aren't great, so factor the cost of a soundbar into your purchase if you want the best experience possible.

Read our LG C3 review

Sony XR-48A90K was $1500, now $1398 at Amazon (save $102)

Sony XR-48A90K was $1500, now $1398 at Amazon (save $102)
If the LG C3 doesn't catch your eye, the 48-inch A90K is the next best option, especially at this price. For your money you get a good all round performer. The only downside is that its gaming specifications aren't quite as good as its newer LG rival.

Read our Sony XR-48A90K review

55-inch OLED TV deals

Sony XR-55A80L was $1900, now $1398 at Crutchfield (save $502)

Sony XR-55A80L was $1900, now $1398 at Crutchfield (save $502)
The A80L is one of the best TVs currently available and current Product of the Year winner at the What Hi-Fi? Awards. Why? Because it offers a wonderfully accurate picture, solid, by TV standards, audio and excellent, easy to use interface. At this price it's also an absolute steal.

Read our Sony A80L review

LG OLED55C3 was $1800, now $1297 at Amazon (save $503)

LG OLED55C3 was $1800, now $1297 at Amazon (save $503)
Though the LG C4 is now out, the C3 is currently a lot cheaper thanks to a sea of discounts across all its sizes. This is especially true for the 55-inch model. If you want a great all round performer then this is a fantastic option.

Read our LG C3 review

Sony XR-55A95K was $3000, now $2479 at Walmart (save $521)

Sony XR-55A95K was $3000, now $2479 at Walmart (save $521)
The Sony A95K was the first QD-OLED we tested and while stocks are rapidly drying up it remains an excellent option, especially at this discounted price. Its screen combines Samsung's Quantum Dot and LG Display's OLED technologies to create a picture featuring incredible contrast and wonderfully punchy colors. If you aren't obsessed with getting latest model possible, we'd strongly recommend it to any cinephile looking for a great deal as a result.

Read our Sony A95K review

LG OLED55G3 was $2500, now $1797 at Amazon (save $703)

LG OLED55G3 was $2500, now $1797 at Amazon (save $703)
If the A95K doesn't float your boat we'd apply the same logic recommending this LG G3 deal. The G3 was the first set we tested featuring LG Display's Award winning MLA technology. The tech radically boosts the G3's max brightness compared to base OLEDS. During our tests this led to a much more immersive viewing experience. At this price it is also great value.

Read our LG G3 review

65-inch OLED TV deals

LG OLED65C3 was $2000, now $1597 at Amazon (save $403)

LG OLED65C3 was $2000, now $1597 at Amazon (save $403)
The 65-inch LG C3 is a TV we recommend to "most people". It's a nice entry point to big screen home viewing that delivers solid picture quality, flawless gaming specs and a reliable app selection. Its audio is a little weak, but at this price you can (hopefully) afford to invest in a separate soundbar to make up for that.

Read our LG C3 review

LG OLED65G3 was $2797, now$2297 at Amazon (save $500)

LG OLED65G3 was $2797, now $2297 at Amazon (save $500)
Last year's 65-inch LG G3 remains a fantastic top-end OLED that's capable of delivering a wonderfully immersive home cinema experience. At this price it's solid value making it a great option for cinephiles that aren't obsessed with getting the latest model available.

Read our LG G3 review

Samsung QN65S95C was $3298, now $2398 at Amazon (save $900)

Samsung QN65S95C was $3298, now $2398 at Amazon (save $900)
The Samsung S95C wasn't the best flagship OLED when it launched this year, but with such a hefty discount it's impossible not recommend. The TV features QD-OLED hardware, which lets it match the G3's max brightness, in most instances, and a wealth of great gaming features. If you want a blow your socks off home cinema experience we'd thoroughly recommend considering this deal as a result.

Read our Samsung S95C review

77-inch OLED TV deals

Sony XR-77A80L was $3300, now $3000 at Best Buy (save $300)

Sony XR-77A80L was $3300, now $3000 at Best Buy (save $300)
Good 77-inch TVs are always expensive, but if you fancy grabbing our current Product of the Year winner this Sony A80L deal is the best we've spotted. For your money you'll get a giant OLED that will please even the fussiest of cinema buffs for years to come.

Read our Sony A80L review

LG OLED77C3 was $2447, now $2297 at Amazon (save $150)

LG OLED77C3 was $2447, now $2297 at Amazon (save $150)
The discount's not quite as impressive as the above saving on the Sony A80L, but this C3 deal's not to be sniffed at, particularly if you're a gamer. Featuring four, rather than the Sony's two HDMI 2.1 ports, if you have a Dolby Atmos audio system and multiple current generation games consoles, this is the deal for you.

Read our LG C3 review

MORE: 

Our pick of the best OLED TVs available right now

And our list of the best 4K TVs you can buy

Plus our picks for the best cheap TVs

Tom Parsons

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.