Amazon Prime Day 2023 has officially ended, but that doesn't mean we aren't still seeing some serious deals - it's quite the opposite, in fact. We're still seeing some incredible offers on budget, mid-range, and high-end TVs ideal for Sony's latest system.
Below, we're highlighting our top picks in the US and the UK based on some of the biggest manufacturers to suit all budgets and preferences. You'll have to act fast if you see something you like as some of these offers are disappearing rapidly.
For as much as we love some of the best gaming TVs, the high-end models tend to get incredibly pricey. That's the biggest advantage of this year's Prime Day PS5 TV deals as there's a fair chunk of change being knocked off major models this year. We're particularly interested in both 4K TVs and those panels rocking a 120Hz refresh rate to really push what the PS5 is capable of. Naturally, the high refresh rate displays are at the pricier end here, but we are seeing historic lowest-ever prices to take the sting out.
Amazon Prime Day 2023 has ended, but there's still savings to be had. That's why our encompassing Prime Day gaming deals hub is here to give you the lowdown so you don't miss anything as things continue to roll in across the US and the UK. We also strongly recommend checking out the Prime Day PS5 deals for hardware offers and the Prime Day PS5 SSD deals for discounts on storage. What's more, the Prime Day video game deals can score you the best PS5 games for less in the hours following the main sales period.
PRIME DAY PS5 DEALS: QUICK LINKS
Where are the best PS5 TV deals?
- Sony: savings on Bravia OLED TVs
- LG: B2 series TVs still seeing Prime Day discounts
- Samsung: QLED TVs at lower prices
- Panasonic: save on selected Panasonic TVs
US alternative retailers:
- Best Buy: stocks a wide range of television units with pretty frequent discounts
- Target: stocks a variety of televisions but doesn't offer regular discounts
- Newegg: stocks a range of televisions and offers frequent discounts
UK alternative retailers:
- Currys: regularly stock premium and budget TVs with occasional discounts
- Argos: frequently stock premium TVs and occasionally offer deals
Prime Day PS5 TV deals: Sony TV deals in the US
Sony 43 Inch 4K TV X77L:
was $449 now $398 at Amazon
Save $50 - This is the cheapest price that we've seen to date on this Sony 43-inch 4K TV which is an ideal size and resolution to take advantage of the PS5's visual fidelity without breaking the bank too badly. As far as budget panels go, you could do a lot worse.
Sony 55 Inch 4K KD55X80K:
was $700 $648 now at Amazon
Save $52 - It may not sound like too deep a discount, however, this is actually one of the cheapest rates to date on the KD55X80K as it rarely dips below the sticker price for a very capable HDR-enabled display.
Sony 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV
was $1,899 now $1,498 on Amazon
Save $400 - This TV has dropped its price further than where its currently sat, with its lowest price being around the $1,300 mark, so we are expecting it to continue dropping for Prime customers.
Sony OLED 65-inch BRAVIA XR A80L Series:
was $2,600 now $2,298 at Amazon
Save $300 - This is the historic lowest-ever price on this truly top-of-the-line PS5 TV which is ideal for those hardcore gamers and movie lovers wanting to get the best possible experience for less. It's armed with a 4K resolution and 120Hz true HDR OLED display for unparalleled performance.
55-inch: now $1,698
Prime Day PS5 TV deals: Sony TV deals in the UK
Sony OLED 55" 4K Smart TV -
was £2,699 now £2,199 on Amazon
Save £500 - For a piece of kit as expensive as this TV, you'll want to make a saving whenever possible, and the price we're already seeing is pretty promising for Prime Day.
Prime Day PS5 TV deals: LG TV deals in the US
LG B2 OLED55B2PUA:
was $1,096.99 now $996.99 at Amazon
Save $100 - This is a decent price on this all-star LG 4K TV for PS5. It features a stunning display alongside one of the more fully realized AI-powered processors for unparalleled image quality and scaling.
Prime Day PS5 TV deals: LG TV deals in the UK
Prime Day PS5 TV deals: Samsung TV deals in the US
Samsung 43-Inch Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series:
was $1,198 now $897.99 at Amazon
Save $300 - This hearty saving on this excellent Samsung 4K QLED QN90B TV is actually the historic lowest-ever price which smashes the previous cheapest rate. This particular gaming TV has had sales frequently this year, however, the previous rates were just around the $1,100 mark, and this deal is under $900 for the first time.
Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED 4K S90C Series: was
$2,598 now $2,097.99 at Amazon
Save $500 - While still on the pricier end of the spectrum, knocking $500 off the sticker price of the S90C is a sure-fire way to get a flagship gaming TV at a more palatable price today. It's a return to the lowest-ever price that was seen back in June.
Prime Day PS5 TV deals: Samsung TV deals in the UK
Samsung 50-Inch Q65C QLED HDR 4K:
was £900 now £699.99 at Amazon
Save £200 - This PS5 TV deal is rapidly flying off the shelves, and given the discount here, that isn't entirely surprising. There are only a few left in stock so if this offer looks appealing to you we recommend acting sooner rather than later.
AMAZON PRIME DAY PS5 TV DEALS: FAQS
When does Prime Day 2023 end?
Amazon Prime Day 2023 has already ended officially, but that doesn't mean there aren't still plenty of deals to pick up. Stay tuned for the best remaining deals, before the sales end completely.
If you're looking for other ways to make the most of the remaining Prime Day 2023 deals, we've got a page for the best Amazon Prime Day PS5 deals so you can have all the kit you need, as well as all the Prime Day PS5 SSD deals so you'll have all the space you need for your game library.
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Kara is an Evergreen writer at TechRadar Gaming. With a degree in Journalism and a passion for the weird and wonderful, she's spent the last few years as a freelance video game journalist, with bylines at NintendoLife, Attack of the Fanboy, Prima Games, and sister publication, GamesRadar+. Outside of gaming, you'll find her re-watching Gilmore Girls or trying to cram yet another collectible onto a shelf that desperately needs some organizing.