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Best TV deals 2022: 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

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Hisense 43A6G: $310 $257 at Amazon (save $53) (opens in new tab)
We've reviewed the UK variant of this 4K TV, and we're wowed by the number of features and the level of picture and sound quality on offer for such a low price. 

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TCL 43S435: $449 $259 at BestBuy (save $190) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Samsung UN43TU7000FXZA: $329 $299 at BestBuy (save $30) (opens in new tab)
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.

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

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.

55-inch TV deals

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Insignia 55-inch F30 Series 4K Fire TV $449 $309 at BestBuy (save $240) (opens in new tab)
This BestBuy 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 the most expensive set, check out this Insignia.

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TCL 55-inch 4K Smart LED TV $499 $319 at BestBuy (save $180) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Samsung QN55QN90AAFXZA: $1597 $1197 at Amazon (save $400) (opens in new tab)
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.

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LG C1 55-inch OLED 4K Smart TV $1499 $1099 at BestBuy (save $400) (opens in new tab)
The LG C1 is a fantastic TV with top-notch picture quality and a near-flawless set of features. Even on sale, you're still paying for the OLED panel, but the money's well worth it, especially for HDR content. 

65-inch TV deals

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TCL 65-inch 6-Series 4K TV (2021 Model) $1499 $948 on Amazon (save $551) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Sony XBR-65A8H OLED 4K Android TV $2899 $1374 at BestBuy (save $1525) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Samsung 65-inch QN90A 4K TV $2600 $1599 at Samsung (save $1000) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Sony XR-65A80J 4K OLED TV $2300 $1600 at Walmart (save $700) (opens in new tab)
This excellent OLED TV is an absolute cracker. It supports Dolby Atmos (opens in new tab) and Dolby Vision (opens in new tab) and features Sony's impressive audio and motion processing technologies. 

70-inch+ TV deals

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TCL 70S434: $599 $499 at BestBuy (save $100) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Samsung UN70TU7000BXZA: $1000 $629 at BestBuy (save $371) (opens in new tab)
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.

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Samsung 70-inch TU6985 UHD smart TV $750 $629 at BestBuy (save $121) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)This massive Samsung TV supports 4K HDR playback, and even though it's 70-inches large, it doesn't even cost $1000. If you want a big TV with a good picture for the price without breaking the bank, this is it.

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Samsung QN70Q60AAVXZA: $1349 $978 at Walmart (save $371) (opens in new tab)
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.

Joe Cox
Joe Cox

Joe is Content Director for Specialist Tech at Future and was previously the Global Editor-in-Chief of What Hi-Fi?. He has worked on What Hi-Fi? across print and online for more than 15 years, writing news, reviews and features. He has covered product launch events across the world, from Apple to Technics, Sony and Samsung, reported from CES, the Bristol Show and Munich High End for many years, and provided comment for sites such as the BBC and the Guardian. In his spare time he enjoys playing records and cycling (not at the same time).