If you're looking for a cheap TV deal, you've come to the right place.
The days of paying £1,500 for a 32-inch TV are long gone as you can see – you can now pick up 32-inch models for under £190! You can also find 50-inch TVs for less than £350. So take a browse through our list of the best cheap TV deals available right now, and find yourself a bargain!
There are some stunning deals on 4K Ultra HD TVs too. So now could be the time to upgrade, especially with Netflix, Amazon, BBC and Sky all planning on bringing even more 4K content over the coming months. Don't forget to check out our guide on where to watch 4K TV shows and movies.
Cheap 32-inch and 39-inch TVs
Samsung T32E310 32-inch LED TV | Now £280 | Currys
This 32-inch 1080p set includes Freeview HD, two HDMI ports, USB playback and a reassuring two year guarantee.
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.
Samsung UE32J5600 32-inch Smart LED TV | Now £269 | Currys
This 1080p 32-inch WiFi-ready Smart TV includes the best catch-up and streaming services as standard. With an A-rated energy score, your electricity bill won't hurt from lengthy boxset binges and Samsung's Brief on TV tech will even turn the TV on with your morning alarm.
Sony KDL-32R403C 32-inch HD Ready TV | Now £229 | Amazon
This slim 720p TV includes Freeview but does not have any Smart functionality. However, the USB slot not only allows for media playback, but TV recording too via a USB drive, which, at this price, is tempting if you don't have TV package that allows recording already.
Cheap 40-inch and 43-inch TVs
Samsung UE40JU6740 40-inch Smart Ultra HD 4K Curved LED TV | Now £599 | Currys
This curved beauty offers crisp Ultra HD 4K visuals that are ideal for sports and gaming fans. 4K features for Netflix and Amazon services are supported and Freeview HD is also included. This stellar deal is made essential with a five year guarantee.
Hisense LTDN40K321UWTSE 40-inch Smart Ultra HD 4K TV | Now £246 | Rakuten
Hisense are rapidly building a name for themselves as a reliable brand of low priced 4K TVs. Avoid early adopter remorse and spending thousands on a set that will be half the price in six months and grab this entry level bargain and don't forget to use the voucher code: MAYDAY.
LG 43UF680V 43-inch Smart Ultra HD 4K TV | Now £599 | Currys
A highly rated 43-inch Smart TV that's all set to rock out the 4K options on Netflix. A 4K upscaler will even attempt to tidy up any lower resolution content you watch. A Freeview HD tuner will give the main channels a head start there too.
JVC LT-40C550 40-inch LED TV | Now £230 | Currys
This 40-inch screen doesn't bother with any Smart functions, but it does sport a clear 1080p screen and Freeview HD - ideal for those indifferent to Netflix's charms. For the rest of you, there's a Smart TV version for just £19 extra here.
Samsung UE40JU6445 40-inch Smart Ultra HD TV | Now £431.10 | Currys
Use this voucher code for this price: 10%TVs. Samsung's 40-inch 4K TV is sitting pretty under the £500 barrier, which is the sort of price many of us have been waiting for. Better yet, Curries have just knocked another £20 off. Naturally, those all important Freeview HD and Smart functionalities are ready and waiting.
Cheap 48-inch and 49-inch TVs
Samsung UE48JU6400 48-inch 4K UHD Smart TV | Now £479 | Crampton and Moore
Another tempting sub-£500 (and £10 cheaper than last week) offer here for a 4K TV, and a 48-inch model too! As you'd expect, Freeview HD and Smart TV apps are included. Samsung's Brief on TV tech will sync up with your alarm to turn on the TV in the morning and Quad Core processing ensures nippy responses as you flick through the apps.
Samsung UE48JU6445 48-inch Smart Ultra HD 4K LED TV | Now £499 | Currys
A very similar TV to the offer above. But maybe the additional Skype functionality is worth the extra £20 to you?
Sony KD-49X8005C 49-inch Smart ultra HD 4K TV | Now £499 | Amazon
Amazon are £100 cheaper than anywhere else for this 4K TV. Again, similar to the above sets but an inch bigger. However, this also includes Android TV functionality and PlayStation Now, the latter allowing you to stream PS3 games - the fees are a bit pricey though.
Panasonic TX-48C300B 48-inch TV| Now £349 | AO
Not bothered about Smart TV apps or 4K resolutions yet? You could do far worse than this 1080p 48-inch screen with a 200Hz refresh rate, Freeview HD and USB playback functions.
Samsung UE48J5600 48-inch Smart LED TV | Now £450 | Currys
If you're yet to be convinced that 4K is worth checking out, this 1080p TV should meet your needs. Freeview HD, Smart apps, catch-up TV and WiFi connectivity are included. Curries have put this into their Clearance section and knocked a further £40 from the price since last week.
LG 49LF540V 49-inch HD LED TV | Now £365 | Direct TVs
After something just a touch bigger, or just a fan of odd numbers? Then this 49-inch set could tempt you with a 1080p picture, Freeview HD and USB playback features. It's £15 cheaper this week too.
Cheap 50-inch and 55-inch TVs
Samsung UE55JU6800 55-inch 4K TV | Now £899 | Curries
A five year guarantee makes this offer much more tempting than the Amazon deal below. As expected, the Netflix-friendly Smart TV functions and Freeview HD are included as standard. A solid deal for a 55-inch 4K screen.
Hisense LTDN50K321UWTSE 50-inch ULTRA HD 4K TV | Now £439 | PRC Direct
This little known brand have come out of nowhere to impress tech fans with an outrageously cheap 50-inch 4K TV. Hisense haven't skimped on other features to keep the price low either as this TV includes Freeview HD, Smart apps, 4 HDMI slots and PVR functionality via USB. One to watch for sure.
Sony KD-55X8005C 55-inch 4K UHD Widescreen Smart TV | Now £749 | Amazon
One of the best prices around for a 55-inch 4K screen, although we'd be tempted to take a look at the £899 Samsung model above as it includes a reassuring five year guarantee. This Sony TV includes Android TV functionality for compatible phones and tablets. You can even stream PS3 titles with the PlayStation Now service - although pricey fees say you probably won't.
Sony Bravia KD55X8507CSU 55-inch 3D Smart 4K TV | Now £999 | Currys
3D is being dropped by some manufacturers of 4K TVs, but this Bravia wants to throw itself at you via a 55-inch screen. Additional features include Smart apps, Android TV, Google Cast, catch-up TV. A solid deal, but you could do better if you're not bothered about 3D.
Panasonic Viera TX-50A300B 50-inch LED TV | Now £349 | Currys
Just want a big 50-inch TV without the additional cost of 4K? Then this £359 offer could be the one. 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.
JVC LT-50C750 50-inch Smart LED TV | Now £359 | Currys
A very similar offer to the Panasonic directly above. The main differences to consider is that this model only offers a 50Hz motion refresh rate (100Hz on the Panasonic), but it does come with three HDMI ports compared to the Panasonic's two.
Cheap 60-inch and 65-inch TVs
Samsung UE60JU6000 60-inch Smart Ultra HD 4K TV | Now £899 | 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.
Samsung UE60JU6800 60-inch 4K Ultra HD Nano Crystal Smart TV | Now £1299 | John Lewis
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. But is all this worth the extra £400? Does the generous five year guarantee make it worth investing in? Just remember, prices are always falling.
LG 60UF850V 60-inch Smart 3D Ultra HD 4K LED TV | Now £990 | Currys
Not ready to let the 3D dream die just yet, huh? At 60-inches, this could be incredibly immersive. You never know, with James Cameron recently announcing four Avatar sequels, 3D may be making a comeback and the five year warranty may even see one or two of them released in time.
Sony Bravia KDL65W857C 65-inch Smart 3D LED TV | Now £1199 | Currys
Another one for you 3D die hards. The extra £209 expands the screen to a ginormous 65-inches, albeit at the cost of 4K loveliness. If you can afford to stretch to over a grand for a TV though, we'd imagine 4K would be an essential feature.