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

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... 

43-inch TV deals

LG OLED42C2: was

LG OLED42C2: was $1150 now $866 at Amazon
LG's first 42-inch OLED TV has only been available for five minutes but has already had a huge discount. This 2022 model is rightly a huge hit and delivers a great picture at an accessible screen size. Five stars

Hisense 43A4H:  $240

Hisense 43A4H: $240 $208 at Amazon
If all you need is a TV you can use to do some streaming every once in a while, this 43-inch set from Hisense has got Android TV, built-in Chromecast, Alexa support, and even DTS:X support all for the low price of just $198.

TCL 43S435:  $449

TCL 43S435: $449 $366 at Amazon
This cheap 4K LED TV combines HDR tech with smart functionality to offer all the familiar features you know and love. From games to movies, this cheap set can handle it.

Samsung UN43TU7000FXZA:  $329

Samsung UN43TU7000FXZA: $329 $299 at BestBuy (save $51)
In the UK variant of this TV, we were impressed by its impressive sharpness and detail, its tonal balance, and its intuitive interface. At less than $300, it's hard to go wrong with this set from Samsung.

Sony X80J 43-inch LED 4K Smart TV $599

Sony X80J 43-inch LED 4K Smart TV $599 $499 at BestBuy (save $100) 

This sleek 43-inch TV promises deep blacks, great HDR, and lively colors for a modest price tag. Plus, with Google smart TV support, you'll have immediate access to whatever streaming service you'd like.

LG OLED48C1:  $1297

LG OLED48C1: $1297 $899 at Amazon (save $398)
LG's C1 OLEDs are some of the best in the business. The C1 has excellent tonal detail, an exciting picture, and it's great for gaming. If you want an OLED TV, look no further than the C1 at less than $900 with this deal.

55-inch TV deals

58-inch 4K QLED TV: was

58-inch 4K QLED TV: was $600 now $399 at Amazon
If you're looking for a modern QLED 4K smart TV that'll handle all your streaming needs as well as casual next-gen gaming, this Hisense TV will get the job done. What's more is that with this deal you'll get a great value, too.

Sony XR-55A80J: was

Sony XR-55A80J: was $3499 now $999 at BestBuy
Sony's awesome A80J OLED TV launched at $3499, and we reviewed it and gave it 5 stars. Now, this excellent TV is on sale for much, much less, making it an incredible value and a great set. 

TCL 55-inch 4K Smart LED TV $499

TCL 55-inch 4K Smart LED TV $499 $269 at BestBuy (save $200)
Much like the 43-inch TCL TV above, this 55-inch set offers up TCL's trademark value, bringing a solid, dynamic display to customers for cheap. Plus, this set comes packed with Roku's operating system, too.

Samsung QN55QN90AAFXZA:  $1799

Samsung QN55QN90AAFXZA: $1799 $1399 at Samsung (save $400)
We loved this TV's fantastically bright, punchy picture alongside its excellent sharpness and detail. Plus, this set packs in a superb TV OS, too. At nearly a third off, this Samsung Neo set is exceptional value.

50-inch Samsung The Frame:  $1300

50-inch Samsung The Frame: $1300 $950 at Samsung
Samsung's The Frame line of TVs is aimed at those who want a TV but also an art piece, as The Frame is built to look like a painting while in Art Mode. Outside of the aesthetics, this 4K QLED TV supports HDR and 120Hz as well as Dolby Atmos.

65-inch TV deals

TCL 65-inch 6-Series 4K TV (2021 Model) $1499

TCL 65-inch 6-Series 4K TV (2021 Model) $1499 $949 on Amazon (save $550)
This 4K HDR TCL TV with 240 localized dimming zones and Mini-LED display tech offers up great picture quality for the price alongside a game mode and the familiar suite of smart features.

Sony XBR-65A8H OLED 4K Android TV $2899

Sony XBR-65A8H OLED 4K Android TV $2899 $1374 at BestBuy (save $1525)
Make a big saving on the Sony A8H, which provides Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for truly immersive entertainment. Plus, this 4K OLED looks fantastic, delivering punchy, deep blacks.

Samsung 65-inch QN90A 4K TV $2600

Samsung 65-inch QN90A 4K TV $2600 $1597 at Amazon (save $1000)
Samsung's 4K flagship comes with Quantum Matrix tech, AI upscaling to 4K powered by the Neo Quantum Processor, Object Tracking Sound+ to keep up with the on-screen action, and a 120Hz refresh rate at 4K.

70-inch+ TV deals

TCL 70S434:  $599

TCL 70S434: $599 $499 at BestBuy (save $100)
We've reviewed a ton of TCL TVs, routinely finding them to offer up a surprisingly good picture and sound quality for the price, and this 70-inch 4K smart TV is no different.

Samsung UN70TU7000BXZA:  $1000

Samsung UN70TU7000BXZA: $1000 $630 at BestBuy
We loved the 8000 series of Samsung TVs, impressed by its awesome value for money alongside brilliant HDR, lots of detail, and punchy colors. The 7000 series has a similar reputation, so at this price, you can't go wrong.

Hisense 70A6G:  $850

Hisense 70A6G: $850 $510 at Best Buy
If you need a massive TV without a massive pricetag, check out this 70-inch set from Hisense. Offering up Android TV, 4K, and HDR, this TV offers up a solid package for the price, and at a huge discount, it's a great value, too.

Samsung QN70Q60AAVXZA:  $1349

Samsung QN70Q60AAVXZA: $1349 $947 at Amazon
At What Hi-Fi? we're generally big fans of Samsung's QLED TVs. And while the Q60A is Samsung's entry-level QLED display, it's still a great-looking TV with punchy contrast and all the smart features you could want.

Ruben Circelli
Staff Writer

Ruben is a Staff Writer at What Hi-Fi? and longtime consumer technology and gaming journalist. Since 2014, Ruben has written news, reviews, features, guides, and everything in-between at a huge variety of outlets that include Lifewire, PCGamesN, GamesRadar+, TheGamer, Twinfinite, and many more. Ruben's a dedicated gamer, tech nerd, and the kind of person who misses physical media. In his spare time, you can find Ruben cooking something delicious or, more likely, lying in bed consuming content.

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