The Best TV Deals in the UK for September 2019

Best Cheap TV Deals: As the leaves start to turn and the nights grow colder, it’s time to think about buying a new TV. After all, you’ll be spending a lot of those cold winter nights in front of some classic Saturday night tele.

If you haven’t gone shopping for a new TV for a number of years, then you’ll find that things have changed quite radically – and for the better. Full HD is yesterday’s news, with 4K or UHD being the new norm.

You can now pick up a larger TV with four times the number of pixels as your old 1080p set, and it’ll probably set you back a similar amount of money. We’ve seen 50-inch 4K TVs from reputable brands for around the £400 mark.

Of course, you’ll still need to keep your eyes peeled for the odd dud deal. We’ve provided advice on the best TVs that money can buy elsewhere, but this is where we get you the maximum TV bangs for the minimum buck expenditure.

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We’ve also tried to cover the budget bases. So, whether you’ve got £300 or £1,000 to spend, there should be a deal for you below. You’ll find that we refresh these deals often, so be sure to check back in a few days if you don’t find something that appeals to you and your budget.

Following our deals round-up, we’ll run through how to choose a cheap 4K TV deal. Here we’ll provide some basic tips on things to look out for, including TV size and key technologies that will more than whet the appetite.

The good news is that TVs are pretty cheap these days. Or rather, your money goes a long way. 4K is now the standard, as is HDR and super-skinny form factors.

Just about the biggest weakness of modern TVs is related to that last point, actually. The sound quality isn’t really up to scratch. On that front, we’d recommend spending your spare cash on a soundbar, which we can also help you with.

For now, let’s get you a decent TV deal.

Related: Best Soundbar Deals


Jump to TV deals by retailer:

Amazon TV deals | Argos TV deals | Currys PC World TV deals | John Lewis TV deals | Very TV deals | eBay TV deals | Richer Sounds TV deals| PRC Direct deals

All prices were correct at time of publication but are subject to change at a moment’s notice. Be sure to act fast to snap up any TV deal you’re interested in.

Best Amazon TV Deals

Sony BRAVIA KD55XG81 55-inch LED 4K HDR

Here’s a nifty saving on a classy 55-inch TV, complete with Sony’s Motionflow XR 400 Hz technology for fluid movement.

Sony BRAVIA KD49XG81 49-inch LED 4K HDR a HD Smart Android TV with voice remote - Black (2019 model)

Healthy savings on an accomplished Sony 49-incher with Android TV and Sony’s Motionflow XR 400Hz technology for fluid movement.

LG 55UM7100PLB 55 Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - Ceramic Black (2019 Model)

A very low price for one of LG's current models, which supply a sharp design, solid picture quality, and a very pleasant Smart TV UI.

Best Argos TV Deals

Hisense 50 Inch H50B7300UK Smart 4K LED TV

Here’s a 50-inch 4K TV from a reputable brand for just £350. Bargain.

Hisense 55 Inch H55B7300UK Smart 4K HDR LED TV

If you’d like to step the size up a little over our previous pick, you can snag this 55-inch Hisense set for just £430.

Panasonic 49 Inch TX-49FX700B Smart 4K HDR LED TV

A classy 49-inch TV from Panasonic, complete with a tidy Smart TV system and smartphone remote.

Best Currys PC World TV Deals

JVC LT-24C686 24" Smart LED TV with Built-in DVD Player - White

Throwing it back, why not dust off your boxsets with this Smart TV and built-in DVD player set-up. A great TV for the average student, you can also benefit from savings on selected soundbars when purchasing this set.

Logik L20HE18 20" LED TV

For the true student on a budget, this is a cracking set-up that you can easily access live TV through, or utilise a Fire TV Stick or other streaming TV sticks for access to your favourite services.

Best John Lewis TV Deals

Samsung QE55Q80R (2019) QLED HDR 1500

Use the code SAMSUNG200 and you’ll save £200 on this impressive 2019 55-inch QLED TV, which scored five-stars from this very site

Hisense H55O8BUK (2019) OLED

Tempting savings on this OLED TV, which also comes with a 5-year guarantee.

Samsung UE43RU7100 (2019) HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with TVPlus & Apple TV App, Charcoal Black

This tidy TV is available at this lower price from a number of places, but John Lewis gets you a sweet 5-year guarantee.

Toshiba 65U6863DB LED HDR 4K TV

A decent price for a strong 65-inch TV, and with that sweet John Lewis 5-year guarantee.

Best Richer Sound TV Deals

Panasonic TX65GX800B

You can get this large, well-specced TV for the exact same price from Amazon and PRC Direct , but not with a 6-year guarantee as you do here.

Hisense 50B7500UK 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play

This 50-inch Hisense is very reasonably priced, and you also get a 6-year guarantee.

Linsar 65UHD520 65 inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV Freeview HD Roku Smart Stick

This appealingly cheap 65-inch 4K TV comes with a bundled Roku TV stick for all your streaming needs.

Hisense 50U7BUK 50 inch 4K

Don't be fooled Hisense's ULED TVs aren't anything like OLED, but they do have a specially partitioned backlight and quantum dot technology for a great picture at the price.

PRC Direct TV Deals

Sony KD65XG9505BU 65\" 4K Full Array Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV

PRC's price for this 65-inch monster is matched elsewhere, but you also get a free pair of the brilliant SOny WH1000XM3 (worth £300) headphones into the bargain.

LG 55SK9500PLA 55\" SUPER UHD 4K Smart TV with Full Array Local Dimming

Use the voucher code 19JUN10 to save money on this 55-inch LG TV. You also get a 5-year warranty as standard.

Best Very TV Deals

Sony BRAVIA KD65AF8 65 inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Android OLED TV with Voice Remote, YouView and Freeview HD

You can’t beat OLED for punchy colours and deep blacks, but only a small handful of manufacturers makes such TVs. That makes this Sony deal particularly appealing.

Best eBay TV Deals

Hisense H43AE6100UK 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart WiFi LCD TV - Black

We’re now at the amazing point where you can snag a 43-inch 4K TV for around the £250 mark.


How to choose a cheap 4K TV deal

Sony 4K

Back in the day, 4K was a luxury limited to the very top echelons of the TV market. But since 2015 the price of a 4K TV has dropped to the point it’s now pretty easy to pick one up without spending oodles of cash.

It’s a good idea to read up on the best TVs of the moment, which you can do with our Best TV guide. But for most of us, picking up a good TV deal is just as important.

But before you go rushing off to buy the first 4K TV you see, be warned, 4K isn’t the badge of quality it used to be. Nowadays, 4K, or Ultra HD as some manufacturers like to call it, is just a descriptive term telling you exactly how many pixels your screen can display at any one time. There are all manner of more important technical questions you need to answer before parting with your cash.

First of all, think about what size you need. The idea of a 65-inch beast may be appealing at first, but you’ll need a stand and, more importantly, a room big enough for it. A bigger TV might not be as expensive as you might have thought, however. It’s worth having a look at the next size up of a model you’re interested in (provided you have the space).

LG Smart 4K HDR OLED TV Deal

OLED55C9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant

Get your hands on the latest feature-packed TV for a premium viewing experience. With AI Smart technology and an unbeatable picture, get a cinematic picture from the comfort of your home.

40-inch: This is about as small as you’ll want to go for a 4K set. You’re unlikely to get much in the way of smart features and screen brightness can vary depending on the manufacturer. However, for a spare room or bedroom, a 40in effort is a decent bet.

43-inch: The next size up and likely more popular than 40in sets considering prices between the two sizes aren’t too dissimilar. The extra screen real estate might seem meagre, but it’s worth the extra cash.

49-inch: Another common size point for most TV manufacturers and the one that will comfortably sit in most UK lounges.

55-inch: The breaking point where you enter big screen TV territory. The screens generally cost more than their smaller siblings, but if you have the space they’re great for movie binging and split screen gaming.

65-inch: These are generally the biggest screens you’ll get without having to sell a kidney. Though they’re generally more expensive, there are still some cracking deals on 65-inch TVs if you know where to look and some aren’t that much more than a 55-inch model. With Black Friday soon here, it could be the right time to make the upgrade to a 65-inch+ TV (if you have the space).

Related: Best 4K TVs

There are a multitude of different operating systems being used on TVs at the moment, each of which features very different user interfaces varying features. If you’re buying for someone that’s not too tech savvy, you may want to stick with something they’re already familiar with.

HDR is another important consideration as it can take your viewing experience to a whole new level. HDR TVs earn their street cred by having a much greater colour spectrum to delve into over their 4K-only cousins. Those additional colours create a higher level of contrast which becomes apparent the second you lay your eyes on a HDR-enabled screen.

A plethora of companies have been quick to jump on the HDR bandwagon, utilising the extra oomph in their latest products. On the streaming side, Netflix, Apple and BBC iPlayer have already begun offering HDR-ready content.

The BBC broadcasted both the World Cup and Wimbledon in both 4K and HDR through its iPlayer app on compatible TVs. Before that, it trialled broadcasting Blue Planet II in 4K HDR. Needless to say, the image quality is a massive step up from standard Full HD content. You can see a list of compatible TVs iPlayer supports for 4K HDR here.

In the world of gaming, the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro make full use of HDR technology to make their games pop in a way that true audio-visual purists have been clamouring for.

Needless to say, there’s now no shortage of content that take advantage of HDR for enhanced visual quality.

Related: What is HDR?

The issue is, not all manufacturers are being entirely honest with their use of HDR branding. Some cheaper brands claim to offer high dynamic range, when the TV doesn’t actually meet the formal HDR standards more established players have agreed on.

As a rule of thumb, when buying a 4K HDR TV keep an eye out for UHD Alliance HDR or Dolby Vision branding/certification on the box if you want the best picture quality.

Keep in mind the TV’s speakers, too. As TVs get thinner, sound quality is often sacrificed. It’s simple physics that a bigger speaker is able to move more air to create better sound. So as TVs become more razor-thin, sound quality often takes a hit. Some TVs still sound better than others, and some manufacturers have gotten clever with how they deliver sound.

Certain Sony Bravia screens use the entire display as a speaker, for instance. Otherwise, if you really care about sound quality, check out our Best Soundbar Deals page for some top bargains to go with your cheap TV.


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