Want an OLED TV? Of course you do! Well, great news: this is a great time to buy, with last year's models receiving hefty discounts as the shops prepare for the imminent arrival of their 2019 successors.
You could, of course, wait for one of the new sets, but you'd have to pay full whack for one of those. The savvy shopper, meanwhile, knows that it's far more sensible to buy one of the still-great outgoing models while it's available at a bargain-tastic price.
We'll be rounding-up not only the cheapest prices on some of our favourite OLED TVs, but also the best of the other OLED deals on offer. If we haven't reviewed the TV in question, we'll use our knowledge of the market to let you know what we think of the deal. So, ready to welcome a high-tech OLED screen into your home?
The latest discounts include yet more money off the 55in and 65in versions of the LG C8, and a further £200 off both versions of Philips' B&W-boosted OLED903.
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55 inch OLED TV deals
We called the Philips 55POS9002 TV a "real return to form for Philips and one of the finest TVs currently available, particularly for HDR", delivering great 4K pictures with the added bonus of Philips' clever Ambilight technology. And now you can save £500.View Deal
The most affordable OLED in LG’s 2018 range is now available with over £850 off our 'tested at' price. A 55-inch OLED with HDR support and LG's great webOS interface, at the price it's a real steal.View Deal
Almost the same TV as the one above, the B8PLA and B8SLC simply have slightly different stands. Both deliver excellent pictures and were on the end of a five-star review. This model has just shed another £100 from its original price, making the overall saving a massive £800.View Deal
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
This Philips is arguably the best OLED currently available that isn't an LG C8. It's also now more affordable than the LG C8, which makes it even more worthy of consideration.View Deal
The C8 is the step-up model on the TV above, and is the cheapest 2018 LG OLED to include the brand new Alpha 9 processor - key to LG's picture upgrades. Another superb OLED, if you can stretch to this one, we definitely recommend you do.View Deal
It's taken a while for Sony's AF8 to get a proper discount, but it's finally shed £300 at PRC Direct (and a couple of other places). 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
The TV above but with a better speaker system designed by British hi-fi brand B&W, the 55OLED903 is every bit the five-star stunner. Buying the '803 and a soundbar (such as the Sonos Beam) would be our preference, but this is an undeniably neater vision + sound solution with £500 from its original price.View Deal
65 inch OLED TV deals
You can save a whopping £600 on the Toshiba 65X9863DB 65-inch 4K OLED TV. This smart TV also supports 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision video, has Freeview Play, and, you guessed it, is compatible with Amazon Alexa voice control. There are four HDMI inputs, three USB inputs, Freeview HD, and built-in wifi.View Deal
And you can save over £1000 on the 65-inch version of this LG OLED. This is a 2018 model LG OLED TV, and these are the sets that we've been so impressed with over the past 12 months. Expect 4K, HDR video in stunning style and the full suite of streaming apps.View Deal
The 65in version of Panasonic's excellent 2018 OLED is also currently heavily discounted. The LG C8 would be our first choice, but this is a great alternative and a bit more affordable, too.View Deal
The 65in version of the C8 has just had yet another £200 knocked off its price, taking the total discount to £2000. That's right - it's now half-price. Thanks to the new processor inside, we would definitely opt for the C8 over the B8 if you can afford it.View Deal
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
The 65in version of the B&W-enhanced Philips OLED is one of the best TVs currently available, and an overall discount of £500 is certainly not to be sniffed at.View Deal
The Sony AF9 is a great television in so many ways, including being one of the best-sounding TVs we’ve tested. Excellent OLED black levels, class-leading motion processing and superb detail. And you can now save a whopping £900.View Deal
77 inch OLED TV deals
The price of this massive LG OLED continues to tumble. Having dropped by £1000 over the course of April, Crampton & Moore (and others) has now taken a further £100 off, making the overall discount £3100. Can a five-grand TV be a bargain? In this case it might just be.View Deal
The cheapest OLED TV prices
Want the cheapest price on an OLED TV? Of course you do. Here are the best deals on all the 4K OLED TVs on the market right now, featuring 55-inch and 65-inch OLED TVs (no, you can't get anything smaller).