Looking for a cheap 4K TV deal or just a regular HD TV deal? You've come to the right place.
The days of paying over a grand for a 40-inch TV are long gone as you can see – you can now pick up 40-inch models for under £200 or even 4K 50-inch TVs for under £400.
Curved TVs have come down in price considerably too. We've discovered some stunning deals on 4K Ultra HD TVs. Now is a great time to upgrade, especially with Netflix, Amazon, BBC and Sky all planning on bringing even more 4K content over the coming months. Check out our guide on where to watch 4K TV shows and movies.
Our 4K TV deals and HD TV offers feature a wide range of the best TV retailers out there. If you'd prefer to browse their full collections instead of our highlights, here are the direct links to their best TV deals:
- Cheap TV deals at Amazon
- Cheap TV deals at Currys
- Cheap TV deals at John Lewis
- Cheap TV deals at Sonic Direct
- Cheap TV deals at Argos
- Cheap TV deals at PC World
- Cheap TV deals at AO.com
We have a selection of the best cheap TV deals across multiple size ranges. Directly below, you'll find our favourite deal of the week.
Techradar's 4K TV Deal of the Week
LG 43UH661V 43-inch LED HDR 4K Smart TV | Now £429 | John Lewis
Nice, that's a £70 discount this week from John Lewis on this 4K TV! If a 43-inch TV sounds right for you and you can spend a bit extra, you can really roll out the premium features. This 4K Smart TV features HDR (High Dynamic Range) tech for a bit of extra future-proofing, or to enjoy now if you have a new Xbox One S. We're big fans of the John Lewis five year guarantee too.
Cheap 32-inch and 39-inch TV deals:
Panasonic TX-32C300B 32-inch HD TV | Now £189 | Argos
For what this 32-inch set lacks in resolution, it makes up for with Freeview HD, USB playback, two HDMI ports and a super cheap £189 price tag, making it ideal for a bedroom.
Cheap 40-inch and 43-inch TV deals:
SEIKI SE40FO04UK 40-inch 1080p TV | Now £178.98 | Currys
Take a moment to think back how much you paid for your first 40-inch HD TV all those years ago. Then look on in awe at this 'basic' 40-inch 1080p set with 60Hz visuals, costing a mere £179 (£20 cheaper this week). Probably a fair bit less than that one back in the day. Oh and it comes with Freeview HD too, just to rub it in.
Blaupunkt 43-1370 43-inch 1080p HD LED TV | Now £199 | Tesco
Despite this super low cost, this 1080p 43-inch TV still comes with Freeview HD. The picture only runs at 50Hz, but that shouldn't really matter for non-gamers.
Hisense H40M3300 40-inch 4K Smart TV | Now £329 | Argos
Hisense is one of the fastest selling brands in this guide, often selling out not long after publishing. So when you see a deal you like, don't hang about.
Philips 40PUT6400 40-inch 4K Smart Android TV | Now £329 | Argos
If you'd prefer a Google and Android-ready TV, then this Philips TV deal is the one for you. Two £329 40-inch 4K TVs in one week? Crazy times.
Hisense 43-inch 4K Smart TV | Now £329 | Amazon
£329 is a great price for a TV of this size, so it supporting 4K, Smart TV functions and Freeview HD is a huge trio of bonuses. We've featured this TV before and it sold out super fast, so dawdlers be warned!
Philips 43PUS6401 43-inch 4K Ultra HD Ambilight Smart TV | Now £399 | Argos
Something a little different for you now. In addition to rocking a 4K screen and Smart functions, this TV emits coloured light from the side of the screen onto nearby walls to provide a little extra ambiance in your room. It's entirely optional, but it certainly sounds interesting going off the reviews I've read.
LG 43UH661V 43-inch LED HDR 4K Smart TV | Now £429 | John Lewis
Nice, that's a £70 discount this week from John Lewis on this 4K TV. If a 43-inch TV sounds right for you and you can spend a bit extra, you can really roll out the premium features. This 4K Smart TV features HDR (High Dynamic Range) tech for a bit of extra future-proofing, or to enjoy now if you have a new Xbox One S. We're big fans of the John Lewis five year guarantee too.
LG 49UH850V 49-inch Smart 3D 4K HDR TV | Now £849 | Currys
If you're feeling particularly flush this week, Currys has a fine deal going on this 4K Ultra HD TV, with HDR tech, 3D, 4K Smart apps and Freeview HD. That's some good old fashioned box ticking right there. With prices usually over £1000, this isn't one to be taken lightly.
Cheap 48-inch and 49-inch TV deals:
Sony KDL48W705C 48-inch Smart TV | Now £379 | Argos
If you're not bothered about getting a 4K set you could do far worse than this 1080p 48-inch smart TV with a 200Hz refresh rate, Freeview HD and USB playback functions. It's also £20 cheaper than last week's best price.
Panasonic TX-48CX400B 48-inch Smart 3D 4K TV | Now £419 | Tesco
That's a fantastic price considering it ticks the boxes for 4K, 3D, Smart TV apps and Freeview HD. UPDATE: Until the 25th, you can get this TV for £394 with the voucher code: TDX-HTNK.
LG 49UF640V 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV | Now £479 | Sonic Direct
You know the stars are aligning for you when large 4K TV sets start to appear cheaper than non-4K TVs of the same size. User scores rate this one highly at multiple retailers and Sonic Direct has an excellent online reputation and great scores on the likes of Trust Pilot.
Samsung UE49KU6500 49-inch Curved HDR 4K Smart TV | £669 | John Lewis
This is one of the cheapest Curved 4K Smart TVs we've seen in ages and that five year warranty from John Lewis is always a much appreciated bonus when treating yourself to a 4K screen. Future-facing console gamers will be able to take advantage of the HDR capabilities on the PS4 Pro or Xbox One S too.
LG 49UH770V 49-inch Smart 4K with HDR TV | £749 | AO.com
Use the voucher code: GET40 at AO.com to make this 4K TV deal a solid £40 cheaper than the competition. As expected for a TV this size around this price, you're getting HDR tech. High Dynamic Range content is set to become more popular soon with the advent of 4K Blu-ray, improved streaming apps and consoles like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One S. Your viewing future starts here. Or maybe it starts with the deal below if you'd prefer a bigger TV.
LG 55UH750V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV | £859 | AO.com
Use the voucher code: GET40, to knock this 55-inch beast down to £859, the best price I've seen from the big stores. As expected for a TV this size around this price, you're getting HDR tech. High Dynamic Range content is set to become more popular soon with the advent of 4K Blu-ray, improved streaming apps and consoles like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One S. Your viewing future starts here.
Cheap 50-inch, 55-inch and 58-inch TV deals:
Hisense H55M3300 55-inch Smart 4K TV | Now £579.93 | Direct TVs
Hisense is just everywhere this week and its 55-inch set is a great deal, although we have seen it cheaper in recent weeks, so it may be worth waiting or opting for a different model. 4K resolutions are becoming more and more prevalent and the smart apps will benefit from it too. Freeview HD also comes as standard.
Bush 50-inch 1080p LED TV | Now £269.99 | Argos
Not bothered about 4K? Just want a really big TV at a super cheap price? Then this is the cheap TV deal for you. Freeview HD is an unexpected bonus at such a low price.
Samsung UE55JU6800 55-inch 4K TV | Now £749 | Sonic Direct
As expected, the Netflix-friendly Smart TV functions and Freeview HD are included as standard. A great deal for a 55-inch 4K screen.
Samsung UE55KU6000 55-inch 4K HDR Smart TV | Now £689 | PRC Direct
This Groupon deal comes with free delivery and is comfortably the cheapest price on the market for this Samsung model, with most stores charging closer to £750. The inclusion of HDR (High Dynamic Range) puts this model above many of the cheaper 4K TVs on this list. An ideal purchase for those wanting a bit of future-proofing when HDR content becomes more readily available.
LG 55UH625V 55-inch 4K HDR Smart TV | £849 | Currys
Looking out for 4K TVs with High Dynamic Range (HDR) is highly recommended if you have a bit of extra cash to spend over the non-HDR models. Even more so if you're thinking of upgrading to an Xbox One S or PlayStation 4 Pro. With a higher contrast between bright whites and dark blacks, you're all set up for an even better picture.
LG 55UH615V 55-inch 4K Web OS Smart TV | Now £579 | Argos
Multiple price drops has sen this model shed over £170 in recent weeks. LG is one of the top brands around in TVs nowadays and this one packs in your most wanted requests. The 4K screen is bound for glory with Freeview HD and plenty of top streaming apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and iPlayer.
SEIKI SE50FO04UK 50-inch HD TV | Now £259.98 | Currys
The deal here is all about the size of the TV. If you're not bothered about a 4K picture or Smart apps and just want a massive 50-inch screen on the cheap, this is the deal for you. Freeview HD is included at least. Alternatively, Argos has a 55-inch Seiki for just £269.99.
JVC LT-50C750 50-inch Smart LED TV | Now £349.98 | Currys
Just want a big 50-inch TV without the additional cost of 4K? Then this £349.98 offer could be the one for you. You're all set really seeing as it includes 1080p, Freeview HD, and Smart TV apps. With a price like this, you can stick a few quid away to start saving up for a 4K wall-filler in a few years' time.
Cheap 60-inch and 65-inch TV deals:
Samsung UE60JU6000 60-inch Smart Ultra HD 4K TV | Now £849.97 | Currys
We're entering epic sizes now and this is the cheapest 60-inch 4K TV we can find. As expected at this end of the scale, it comes with all the Freeview HD and Smart TV bells and whistles.
Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65-inch 4K Smart TV | Now £899 | AO.com
Wow, that's a lot of TV. You're all set for 4K viewing with the Netflix and YouTube apps being 4K ready. Freeview HD and USB functions are also included. This is one of the cheapest 4K TVs we've seen at such an epic size.
Samsung UE60JU6800 60-inch 4K Ultra HD Nano Crystal Smart TV | Now £949 | Sonic Direct
Sonic Direct has come to the rescue here, with a price over £150 cheaper than the next best deal on this huge 4K TV! Samsung's Nano Crystal Tech pushes this TV even further than the one above and the 1400 PQI (versus 800) provides one of the clearest pictures on the market. HDR (High Dynamic Range) is also present, essentially making most digital cinema projectors seem tame by comparison.
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