Best TV deals 2023: get a great TV and a fantastic deal

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8K TV: Samsung QE75QN900B

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Want a new TV but don't want to pay full price for one? Us too, so we've compiled the ultimate list of the best TV deals around. Below, you'll find excellent deals from LG, Samsung, Sony, and more on a huge variety of TVs from QLEDs to OLEDs and everything in between.

Whether you're looking for budget sets, 4K support, something great for gaming, or anything else, we've got options for everyone below spread across different prices. If you need help deciding what TV is right for you, we've got a guide on that, and here's our list of the best TVs out right now, if you've got extra cash.

Below you'll find TVs of all sizes and prices with different features and HDMI specs, but each offers up solid value, so make sure to check these TVs out... 

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32-inch TV deals

TCL 32S335

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TCL 32S335 – RRP $160

No one is claiming that this little TCL TV is even in the same league as the big boys that fill out the rest of this list, but if you're looking for a very cheap TV, we've not tested anything better. For a very low price, you get a 32-inch 720p TV with the Roku operating system and surprisingly decent picture quality. A bargain.

Read the full TCL 32S335 review

42-inch TV deals


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LG OLED42C2 – RRP $1400

The 42-inch version of LG's C2 OLED is so brilliant, we gave it an Award, and that was when it was new and therefore pretty expensive. Now that it's been out over a year, there are massive discounts to be had, as you can see below.

Read the full LG OLED42C2 review


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LG OLED42C3 – RRP $1400

The C2 above has been replaced by this C3. It's another great TV, but the improvements are slight so we recommend you buy the C2 while it's still available and cheaper. Check the latest C3 prices below, though, and if you can buy it for around $100 more than the C2, snap it up.

Read the full LG OLED42C3 review

OLED TV: Sony XR-42A90K

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Sony XR-42A90K – RRP $1400

This 42-inch OLED TV lacks the flawless gaming spec of the LGs above, but its movie performance is superb and it sounds significantly better, thanks to Sony's clever Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, which features actuators that vibrate the whole screen in order to make sound.

Read the full Sony XR-42A90K review

55-inch TV deals

QD-OLED TV: Sony XR-55A95K

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Sony XR-55A95K – RRP $3000

The Sony A95K was the first QD-OLED we tested. Its combination of Quantum Dot and OLED technologies results in a picture with incredible contrast and colors, all tied together with Sony's usual cinematic subtlety. It sounds very good by TV standards, too. A very expensive TV at launch, this trailblazer is now a little more attainable with these deals.

Read the full Sony XR-55A95K review

Sony XR-55A80J

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Sony XR-55A80J – RRP $3500

While a bit long in the tooth now, the 55-inch Sony A80J OLED got a full five-star rating when it first came out, and you can now regularly buy it for less than a third of its original price. That's great value for a TV of this quality at this size.

Read the full Sony XR-55A80J review

OLED TV: Sony XR-55A80L

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Sony XR-55A80L – RRP $1900

The brand new Sony A80L is the surprise of 2023 so far. It uses standard OLED panel technology (rather than QD-OLED or MLA) but produces an incredibly punchy, vibrant and exciting picture that still exhibits Sony's trademark authenticity. You'll still get bigger discounts on one of last year's sets, but deals for this brilliant Sony are starting to appear.

Read the full Sony XR-55A80L review

65-inch TV deals


LG OLED65C2 – RRP $2500

LG's C-series TVs are usually the perfect intersection of performance, features and price, and never has that been more true than in the case of the C2. The 65-inch model is perfect for achieving a theater-like experience at home, and the huge discounts make this year-old TV an absolute steal. Get it while you still can.

Read the full LG OLED65C2 review


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LG OLED65C3 – RRP $2600

The C3 is the successor to the C2 above. Performance is very much as before, which is to say excellent, but because this is a very new TV, discounts aren't as good as they are for the C2. We therefore recommend you buy the older model, but if this C3 gets close on price (or C2 stock runs out completely), this is a superb option.

Read the full LG OLED65C3 review


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LG OLED65G3 – RRP $3300

The LG G3 is the very first TV to benefit from MLA technology, which uses microscopic lenses in order to focus the light being produced by the TV's OLEDs, resulting in significantly higher brightness. It's a brilliantly punchy TV that also boasts essentially flawless gaming specs and a gorgeous 'Gallery' design. Do bear in mind that it comes with a wall mount rather than a pedestal stand, and that it's still very new so hasn't yet been significantly discounted.

Read the full LG OLED65G3 review

QD-OLED TV: Samsung QE65S95C

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Samsung QN65S95C – RRP $3299

Samsung's second-generation QD-OLED TV is utterly spectacular, hitting new heights in terms of OLED brightness and color reproduction. It's fair to say that it could do with a little more subtlety in its performance – hence the four-star rating – but if you want to have your socks knocked off, this is the TV that will do it.

Read the full Samsung QN65S95C review

75-inch TV deals

8K TV: Samsung QE75QN900B

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Samsung QN75QN900B – RRP $8999

There still isn't any proper 8K content available – or even any on the horizon – but the QN900B makes a strong case for buying an 8K TV anyway. That's because it upscales 4K content in a way that makes it look sharper and more crisp than non-8K TVs can manage. It's also a supremely stylish TV and at this size is an absolute thrill to watch. And there are some amazing deals around.

Read the full Samsung QN75QN900B review

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.