We've searched high and low for the week's best TV deals: you'll find the hottest discounts from around the web on this page. We've weeded out the offers that aren't worth your time, leaving you with the best TV deals across all sizes and price ranges, from budget 43-inch displays to high-end OLED and QLED panels.
This month is an excellent time to pick up a cheap TV, thanks to upcoming 4th of July sales and Amazon Prime Day deals from retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, with impressive discounts on best-selling displays. We've split our selection of TV deals into three categories: the outright best TVs, the best mid-range TVs, and the best budget TVs.We've included a range of different sizes in each category, and we've also picked a standout model for our TV deal of the week. This week's top bargain is the best-selling 2023 Samsung 65-inch 4K smart TV on sale for a record-low of $449.99 (was $669.99) at Best Buy.
Whether you're looking for the best TV at the lowest price possible, or a great-value budget TV, we've got you covered. Here are the best TV deals from around the web.
The best TV deal of the week
Samsung 65-inch 4K Smart Tizen TV (2023): was
$669.99 now $449.99 at Best Buy
Get the best-selling 65-inch Samsung 4K smart TV on sale for just $449.99 at Best Buy. This 4K UHD TV from Samsung packs a solid 'Crystal' UHD 4K processor, an easy-to-use Tizen operating system, and full HDR support - all for under $500, which is an incredible value. Keep in mind this specific model is a best-seller during holiday sales and frequently sells out - today's offer is a record-low, so we recommend securing this deal now before it's too late.
3 best TV deals
The LG C2 OLED is ranked as TechRadar's best TV, and for a good reason. It has everything you'd want in your dream TV, including a stunning OLED display powered by LG's latest a9 Gen5 AI processor, which delivers deep contrast and excellent brightness. You're also getting virtual surround sound, smart capabilities, voice control, and an extremely thin design that all results in a premium home cinema setup.
See more of this week's best-rated TV deals below.
LG B2 77-inch OLED TV (2022): was
$2,499.99 now $1,999.99 at Best Buy
If you're looking for a massive high-end display, Best Buy has this 77-inch LG B2 OLED TV on sale for $1,999.99 - the lowest price we've seen. You're getting HDMI 2.1 connectivity for next-gen gaming, including 4K 120Hz support and precise colors, and ultra-deep contrast of OLED makes images come to life. The brightness isn't as high as the LG C2, and the processing is less advanced, but at this price, you won't mind at all.
Vizio 65-inch 4K HDR UHD Smart OLED TV: was
$1,499 now $998 at Walmart
Want a big-screen OLED TV but don't want to shell out mega bucks? Here's a great price on a model that we rated four stars out of five during our Vizio OLED 4K TV review. While Vizio lacks the big-name-brand power of the likes of Samsung or LG, we think this particular model is a fantastic entry-level OLED TV for most people. Not only does the fantastic picture quality you'd expect from an OLED display but support for Dolby Vision and HDR10+ makes it relatively well-featured too.
Sony A80K series 55-inch OLED UHD smart TV: was
$2,299 now $1,298 at Amazon
The Sony A80K is a fantastic OLED TV, and today's deal at Amazon brings the 55-inch model down to $1,298 - the lowest price we've ever seen. The Sony display features a gorgeous picture quality that OLED TVs are known for, with full support for 120Hz gaming and smart capabilities with the Google Assistant on board.
This TCL Mini LED TV has everything and more that you'd want in your mid-range dream TV. The QLED display delivers a stunning picture with bright, bold colors and life-like images thanks to the Quantum Dot technology and Dolby Vision HDR. You're also getting the Roku experience and voice control built-in, so you can use your voice to launch movies, browse shows, control the volume, and more.
See more of this week's mid-range TV deals below.
LG 75-inch UQ9000 Series 4K UHD Smart TV: was
$899.99 now $749.99 at Best Buy
You can score a $150 discount on this mid-range 4K TV from LG, bringing this 75-inch display down to a record-low price of $749.99. You're getting 4K HDR, the brilliant webOS smart platform, and a new a5 processor, all for under $800, which is a fantastic value for a big-screen 4K TV.
Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 65-inch 4K TV (2022): was
$759.99 now $599.99 at Amazon
If you're looking for a budget display with fantastic specs, you can get this 65-inch Amazon Fire TV on sale for just $599.99 - the lowest price we've seen all year. Amazon's highly-rated Omni Series TVs feature 4K resolution support, Dolby Vision, HDR 10, and hands-free TV with Alexa. So, instead of using your remote, you can control the volume and launch channels completely hands-free.
Insignia 55-inch F30 Series 4K UHD Fire TV: was
$399.99 now $259.99 at Best Buy
Best Buy has this Insignia 55-inch 4K smart TV down to a stunningly low price of just $259.99. The 55-inch TV is feature-packed with 4K Ultra HD resolution, DTS studio sound, access to the Fire TV experience, and a handy Alexa voice remote so you can control your TV completely hands-free.
The Hisense U8H Quantum Series TV is the latest model from the budget brand and comes in a range of sizes, starting at 55 inches and going up to 75 inches. You'll enjoy a stunning picture with bright, bold colors and sharp contrast thanks to the Quantum Dot technology and mini-LED backlighting. The Hisense set also includes smart capabilities, so you can stream your favorite movies and TV shows all in one place using the handy voice remote.
See more of this week's best budget TV deals below.
TCL 75-inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV: was
$899 now $569 at Amazon
This massive 75-inch display from TCL is on sale for just $569 at Amazon, which is the lowest price we've ever seen. The best-selling TCL 4-Series features 4K Ultra HD resolution and comes with the Google Assistant, so you can stream content from all your favorite apps and control compatible smart home devices completely hands-free.
TCL 55-inch 4-Series 4K Roku TV: was
$319.99 now $279.99 at Best Buy
If you're looking for a mid-size budget display, you can get this TCL 55-inch 4K Roku TV that's on sale for $279.99. The manufacturer has built a reputation for cheap but solid TVs, and we think they're definitely worth buying if you need a straightforward and basic set. The 4-Series supports 4K, HDR, and Dolby Digital+ audio – plus, you get a voice remote and built-in Roku TV to access all top streaming apps such as Netflix, Disney Plus, and Prime Video.
Amazon Fire TV 43-inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV (2021): was $
369.99 now $259.99 at Amazon
This week's cheapest TV deal is this Amazon 43-inch 4K smart TV on sale for just $259.99 - just $50 more than the record-low price. The Amazon 4-Series TV includes 4K HD resolution, the Fire TV OS, and an Alexa voice remote - all for under $250.
How we select the best TV deals
We take our deal selection process very seriously. It's our job to help you find the very best TV offers available online, and to help you navigate the different options to find exactly the set you want, at the lowest price possible.
We scour all the leading retailers for the biggest TV bargains daily, including Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart. We thoroughly update our TV deals page once a week, but if we find an incredible bargain before that, we add it straight away, so you'll always see the biggest offers here.
The TechRadar team has been hunting for TV bargains for 15 years, so we know a good (or bad) deal when we see one. Checking the price history of a product is our first step in determining the quality of a discount. In our deal description, we let you know how good the deal is: we tell you if it's the lowest price we've seen, or whether we saw a better discount last month - or if we expect the price to drop further in the near future. And we tell you if we recommend one TV deal over another, too, to help you get the most bang for your buck.
We also leverage our in-house product expertise to help you find the right TV for your needs. Often the sets listed on this page have been reviewed by the TechRadar team and featured in our best TV buying guide - so where we've tested a TV, we'll share our findings. If we haven't been hands-on with a product, we'll give you our expert opinion based on its specs, price and our industry knowledge.
TV deals buying advice
Where can I find the best TV deals?
You'll find all the best TV deals from biggest sales on this page. But if you'd rather search the sales yourself, try Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy first: they tend to feature the best TV deals all year round, with good stock levels on both newer releases as well as older favorites. You'll also get a full warranty and support, which isn't always the case if you opt for a cheap TV deal on an auction site like eBay.
Other top retailers to check out include Samsung, Dell, and B&H Photo, all of which offer great price matching, along with excellent warranties. Here's a round up of our favorite retailers, so you can browse the latest TV deals yourself.
- Best Buy: up to $400 off Samsung, Sony, LG, and more
- Amazon: savings on premium OLED and QLED TVs
- Walmart: cheap 4K TVs starting at $199.99
- Samsung: save on 4K and 8K QLED TVs
- Dell: save up to 39% off 75-inch sets
- Newegg: big discounts on QLED, gaming, and outdoor TVs
- B&H Photo and Video: deals on Samsung, LG, and Vizio
When's the best time to get a TV deal?
Cheap TV deals can be found at all the big retailers all year round. Week in and week out, there's always something on sale at the likes of Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart – it's always possible to bag a bargain.
That said, most retailers bring TV prices down even further during the many seasonal sales events each year. You'll see some of the best TV deals on Black Friday in November and Prime Day in the summer - last year, a number of brand-new releases were discounted, it wasn't just older models that became cheaper - and with the Super Bowl TV sales just around the corner, we're expecting a host of new offers in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, you'll find all the latest TV deals here.
How to tell if a cheap TV deal is worth it
Cheap TV deals can often seem impressive on paper - offering a wide range of unintelligible features explained with techno-babble - but can disappoint in reality.
That's why we always recommend you evaluate a TV deal based on industry-wide accepted standards and features. Be on the lookout for HDR compatibility, 4K resolution, and compatibility with widely used smart home platforms, such as Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa. Comparing these features can give you a solid basis upon which to compare the myriad of cheap TV deals out there.
TechRadar's entertainment editor and TV expert, Matt Bolton, advises you to make sure you get a great value TV that will last; look for a few features. Ideally, you want a 'full array backlight', which will mean a brighter set that's clearer in daylight. And if you can, choose a TV with Dolby Vision HDR – cheaper sets are less bright than expensive ones, and Dolby Vision makes the most of what they can do. And be sure to check the number of HDMI ports – get three HDMI ports at a minimum, and four if you can help it, because running out of ports in the future will be incredibly annoying.
Also, compare the features and price of the model you're looking at with any newer or older versions. Last year's models can often be found at an absolute bargain price in comparison to newer models - which may only have slight iterative improvements over last year's edition, so if you don't mind skipping the very latest features, it's often possible to pick up a great TV deal for less.