The best TV deals 2024: cheap 4K HDR, OLED and QLED televisions

While the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are now behind us, a number of excellent TV deals are still ripe for the buying.

Keeping track of the deals as they come and go is no easy task, so leave it to us. Our team of TV reviewers and deal hunters knows not only which are the best TVs but also which deals are actually good and which are to be ignored. After all, a big discount on a rubbish TV is still a rubbish deal – you'll find none of those below.

Instead, on this page you'll find only great deals on some of the best TVs from our extensive library of reviews. Simply scroll down to find your next TV.

42-inch TV deals

LG OLED42C2 was $1399, now $839 at Walmart (save $560)

LG OLED42C2 was $1399, now $839 at Walmart (save $560)
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 for over a year, there are massive discounts to be had, as you can see. Do also consider the newer C3, though, which can usually now be found for only a little more money.

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

LG OLED42C3 was $1197, now $897 at Amazon (save $300)
The C2 has been replaced by this LG C3. The improvements are slight but that still means it's the best TV available at this size. What's more, it's now cheaper than the TV it replaced. In fact, at this price, it's an absolute bargain.

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

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

48-inch TV deals

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

LG OLED48C3 was $1400, now $997 at Amazon (save $403)
This LG TV offers impressive image quality, an absolutely superb gaming performance, and a user-friendly interface, too. With this much off, it's a superb buy.

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

Sony XR-48A90K was $1500, now $1398 at Amazon (save $102)
The 48-inch version of the A90K OLED is just as good as the 42-inch model, which means it's superb for movies and TV and has very good sound by small TV standards. It's good for games, though not up there with an LG C3 in that regard. It's also more expensive than a C3, but this deal should help if you're determined to buy a Sony.

50-inch TV deals

Samsung QN90C was $1598, now $1098 at Amazon (save $500)

Samsung QN90C was $1598, now $1098 at Amazon (save $500)
This impressive QLED TV features HDR, Dolby Atmos, Alexa integration, a 4K resolution, 4K upscaling, and Anti-Glare tech. If you're looking for a solid all-around set, make sure to put the QN90C on your list – though do also consider the cheaper 48-inch LG C3 OLED.

Amazon Omni QL50F601 was $530, now $420 (save $110)

Amazon Omni QL50F601 was $530, now $420 (save $110)
Amazon's Omni QLEDs are among the very best cheap TVs you can buy. In fact, we recently gave this 50-inch model a What Hi-Fi? Award thanks to its consistent, balanced picture, clean sound and surprisingly substantial specs. At this price, it's a bargain.

55-inch TV deals

Amazon Omni QL55F601 was $600, now $420 at Best Buy (save $180)

Amazon Omni QL55F601 was $600, now $420 at Best Buy (save $180)
While we haven't reviewed this 55-inch version, we were pleasantly surprised by the 65-inch Omni QLED and mildly blown away by the 50-inch model, even at their original prices. We expect the 55-inch model to perform very similarly, with consistent, balanced picture quality, support for all HDR formats, surprisingly thorough gaming specs, and, of course, the app-packed Fire OS smart platform. With this discount, it therefore looks like an absolute bargain. 

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 (read our Sony A95K review). 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.

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

Sony XR-55A80L was $1900, now $1398 at Crutchfield (save $502)
The brand new Sony A80L is the surprise TV of 2023 (read our Sony A80L review). 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 usually get bigger discounts on an LG C3, but this is worth the extra if you can afford it (and you're not a hardcore gamer).

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

LG OLED55C3 was $1800, now $1297 at Amazon (save $503)
The LG C3 is the successor to the excellent C2 above. In truth, it's not much of an upgrade, and that was a bit of an issue at its high launch price. Now prices have come down, though, the C3 is an excellent buy, particularly if you're a serious gamer.

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

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

Samsung QN55S90C was $1898, now $1498 at Amazon (save $400)

Samsung QN55S90C was $1898, now $1498 at Amazon (save $400)
The Samsung S90C QD-OLED TV comes packed with 4K/120Hz support, HDR, Dolby Atmos and more, making it a solid choice for movie buffs and hardcore gamers alike. It looks like great value thanks to a recent extra price drop.

Samsung QE65S95C was $2198, now $1798 at Amazon (save $400)

Samsung QE65S95C was $2198, now $1798 at Amazon (save $400)
At its launch price, we described the Samsung S95C QD-OLED as one of the most technically capable TVs there's ever been but criticized its slight lack of subtlety. With this discount, it's something of a steal that will knock your socks off.

Insignia 55F301NA22 was $350, now $260 at Best Buy (save $90)

Insignia 55F301NA22 was $350, now $260 at Best Buy (save $90)
This Best Buy exclusive is a 55-inch smart TV that supports 4K HDR and comes packed with a surprisingly punchy picture for the price. If you don't need anything fancy from your next TV, check out this Insignia.

TCL 55S446 was $300, now $240 at Best Buy (save $60)

TCL 55S446 was $300, now $240 at Best Buy (save $60)
This 55-inch TV 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.

65-inch TV deals

LG OLED65C2 was $1900, now $1463 at Amazon (save $437)

LG OLED65C2 was $1900, now $1463 at Amazon (save $437)
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.

Amazon Omni QL65F601 was $800, now $680 at Best Buy (save $120)

Amazon Omni QL65F601 was $800, now $680 at Best Buy (save $120)
The Amazon Omni QLED is a much better TV than its original $800 price suggested, so with this deal, it's a serious bargain. It's obviously not up there with a premium OLED, but its picture is really balanced and consistent, it supports all HDR formats and it's got really good gaming specs as long as you don't need 120Hz. And, of course, it runs the Fire OS platform, which features more or less every app under the sun. 

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

LG OLED65C3 was $2000, now $1597 at Amazon (save $403)
The C3 isn't much of an improvement on the C2 it replaced and, on balance, the Sony A80L is a better TV. That said, this is still an excellent OLED and there's no better-specified TV for gaming, and at this price it's very tempting indeed.

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

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

Samsung QN65S95C was $3298, now $2298 at Amazon (save $1000)

Samsung QN65S95C was $3298, now $2298 at Amazon (save $1000)
The Samsung S95C is a second-generation QD-OLED TV, and it's 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.

75-inch and above TV deals

Amazon Omni QL75F601 was 1100, now $970 at Amazon (save $130)

Amazon Omni QL75F601 was $1100, now $970 at Amazon (save $130)
Though Omni QLED TVs may seem like budget TVs, they pack a big punch. And when on sale, they can be some tough competition. Picture quality is solid and consistent, with robust HDR support, and solid gaming performance. The Fire TV OS is a breeze to use and fully stocked with all the apps you need for streaming.

Sony XR-77A80L was $3300, now $2700 at Best Buy (save $600)

Sony XR-77A80L was $3300, now $2700 at Best Buy (save $600)
Sony's 2023 A80L TV is a fantastic OLED TV that delivers vibrant, exciting image quality and excellent motion handling. The A80L sounds atmospheric and engaging too. If you don't need the very best gaming performance, the A80L is an extremely impressive set.

LG OLED77C2 was$2776, now $1999 at Walmart (save $777)

LG OLED77C2 was $2776, now $1999 at Walmart (save $777)

LG's stunning C2 earned five stars during testing, plus a What Hi-Fi? Award in 2022. This OLED TV offers excellent picture quality, great gaming performance, and strong audio, too. Even with newer TVs out, the C2 still manages to hold its own. On sale, it's hard to refuse if your budget can stretch to it.

Samsung QE77S95C was $4498, now $3498 at Amazon (save $1000)

Samsung QE77S95C was $4498, now $3498 at Amazon (save $1000)
The Samsung S95C is a fantastic QD-OLED set that combines some of the best of OLED and QLED TVs. With excellent brightness and color reproduction, this TV can blow you away, even if it could do with a touch more subtlety in its performance. Nonetheless, this set earned four-stars from us at full price, so it's worth a look on sale.

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

LG OLED77C3 was $2447, now $2297 at Amazon (save $150)
The C3 may not be a huge improvement over the excellent C2, but that doesn't mean the C3 isn't an impressive TV in its own right, offering up standout image quality and superb gaming performance. Now that costs have come down from retail pricing, the C3 is more than worth a look on sale.

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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.