The Top TV Deals in the UK for January 2020

Best Cheap TV Deals: Check out these top 4K TV deals for the New Year.

It’s January, which means the weather is atrocious, you’ve probably got a cold, and you may well be keeping a low profile after New Year’s Eve excesses. If you ask us, it’s the perfect time to buy a new TV and hunker down until the Spring arrives.

But there are plenty of other reasons to think about investing in a new TV right now. There’s plenty of rich 4K content coming via the streaming services, not to mention the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X games consoles.

On that latter point, 2020 is going to see the launch of a whole new generation of games consoles, and both the PS5 and the new Xbox are going to feature 4K output as standard.

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Thankfully, buying a new 4K TV has never been more accessible or affordable. In fact, it’s the default standard.

You’ll still want to keep your eyes peeled for a good deal, though, which is why we’re here. What follows is a snappy rundown of the best 4K TV deals from the top UK online retailers.

Read on for a comprehensive breakdown of TV deals. And if you don’t see something you like, or just aren’t ready to take the plunge just yet, you can rest assured that we’ll have something fresh and interesting for you when you check back.

Our team of TV bargain hunters refreshes this page on a regular basis, so stay tuned.

Related: Best Soundbar Deals


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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.

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Best Argos TV Deals

Hisense 50 Inch H50B7300UK Smart 4K LED TV

Here’s a 50-inch 4K TV from a reputable brand for under £400. Bargain.

Samsung 55 Inch UE55RU7020 Smart 4K HDR LED TV

With True 4K Colour, enjoy a brilliant picture with this TV set-up bringing together all your favourite apps in one easy to use interface.

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Best Currys PC World TV Deals

Samsung QE43Q60RATXXU 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby

If you want an incredible picture but aren't in need of a massive screen, this deal on the Samsung Q60R might just be for you with its fantastic performance and upscaling abilities.

SONY BRAVIA KD49XG8096BU 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant

Offering an eye-catching display, this Sony Bravia TV set-up provides TRILUMINOS display for stunning colours, Motionflow for a picture that is seamless and immersive, all with smart home connectivity.

LG 55UM7450PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant

A very well-priced 4K display with True Colour Accuracy and a AI-assisted voice control.

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Best John Lewis TV Deals

Samsung The Frame (2019) QLED Art Mode TV with No-Gap Wall Mount, 49"

Featuring Samsung's punchy quantum dot technology and a super-skinny frameless design, this TV is quite literally pretty enough to hang on your wall.

Samsung QE55Q950R (2019) QLED HDR 3000 8K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Apple TV App, Black

One of the few 8K TVs within spitting distance of being reasonably priced. Add in a free Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G, and it's dangerously close to good value.

LG 49SM8600PLA (2019) LED HDR NanoCell 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49"

Packing LG's NanoCell technology, this LG set-up boasts a gorgeous picture with 4K Dimming, as well as Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision compatibility.

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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.

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.

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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.

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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.

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Best eBay TV Deals

Philips Ambilight 55PUS8204/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV

A solid 4K TV with the signature Philips Ambilight technology that makes your viewing experience more immersive through clever external lighting.

Panasonic TX-49FX700B 49-inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart WiFi LED TV

A great budget 4K choice with low input lag, and now at an even more appealing price.


How to choose a cheap 4K TV deal

Sony 4K

One easy way to decide whether you’re ready for a TV upgrade is to look at your current set’s basic specifications. Is it 1080p (aka Full HD) or 720p (aka HD Ready)? Then you’re ripe for a replacement.

4K (aka UHD) is the new resolution standard, and anything south of this is old hat.

The likes of Netflix and Amazon both offer 4K streams, while the most advanced games consoles (the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X) often manage to attain a 4K output. What’s more, their replacements are due within the year, and a massive increase in power will see them hitting such resolutions as standard.

The first rule when shopping for a new 4K TV, then, is to look past the 4K. It’s table stakes at this point, so there are more pressing questions to consider.

First ask yourself what size of screen you need. The sound of a 75-inch beast might sound good, but if it doesn’t fit your small front room – or you sit quite close to your TV – then it’ll just be wasted money on your part.

Conversely, if your TV is situated quite far away from you, it might be worth pricing up a larger model than you’re currently used to. Why have all those pixels if you’re not close enough for the difference to show?

How do you decide your ideal TV size? There’s no hard and fast rule, but a good guide is to take the projected viewing distance in inches and divide it by 1.6. That will give you your ideal TV size.

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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 a 5 year guarantee included. With AI Smart technology and an unbeatable picture, get a cinematic picture from the comfort of your home.

40-inch: You really don’t want to go any smaller than 40-inches for your 4K TV set. Indeed, you might struggle to even if you wanted to. If you’re going to be sat quite close to your TV, however, then going small is recommended – and will save you a lot of money into the bargain.

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: This may just be the sweet spot for a lot of the smaller homes that make up a large proportion of the UK. This is arguably the biggest ‘small TV’ size, if that makes sense.

55-inch: Now we’re entering the middle range of 4K TV sizes. Thanks to the massive ramp-up in pixel count, 55-inches has become a popular entry-point for 4K TV sets. Again, though, be mindful of your room size and viewing distance, as 55-inches can seem either way too big and way too small.

65-inch: Now we’re starting to get into ‘big’ territory. 65-inch TVs will give you plenty of screen space for all those pixels, but these days you shouldn’t have to sell an organ to be able to afford one. In fact, there are some great deals out there for 65-inch TVs that you might once have associated with a 55-inch TV.

75-inch: This size of TV used to be considered quite extravagant, but while a 75-inch TV should undoubtedly be considered ‘big’ or even ‘very big’, it’s no longer prohibitively expensive. You’ll still need to pay quite a premium over smaller TV sizes, though.

Related: Best 4K TVs

Another buzz word, following right behind 4K, is HDR. Most TVs these days will claim to be HDR-ready – that is, capable of outputting a picture with High Dynamic Range.

This simply means a sufficiently broad spectrum of colours and tones, from very dark to very bright. Proper HDR-capable TVs are far more contrasty. However, not all HDR standards are made equal.

HDR10 is the most common standard, and any self-respecting new 4K TV should support it.

But there are more advanced HDR standards to keep an eye out for, such as Dolby Vision and HDR10+. These provide a more nuanced and sophisticated form of High Dynamic Range output where the video content supports them.

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.

Related: What is HDR?

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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