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The best Australian TV sales for EOFY 2022: score an ace new telly for less

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1. Best EOFY laptop sales
2. Best EOFY phone sales
3. Best EOFY TV sales
4. Best Dell EOFY deals
5. Best eBay EOFY deals  
6. Telstra EOFY sale

The end of financial year (EOFY) sales are almost over for 2022, which means time is running out for savvy shoppers to buy a heavily discounted television! Trust us when we say that TV prices will shoot back up again as the calendar hits July 1.

This year, we're seen massive discounts on a vast assortment of smart TVs, from cheaper models to high-end flagships, and everything in-between. All the big Aussie retailers have come to the party with the intention clear out their stock from the past financial year, and we've been scouring their sites to find you a legendary bargain.

Televisions, more so than most other tech products, tend to receive drastic price drops mere months after release, meaning it's possible to save hundreds (or even thousands) on a relatively new TV's RRP.

With this in mind, we encourage anyone who's in the market for a new telly to seriously consider the deals listed on this page, because these sale prices won't be around for much longer. You can check out the best EOFY 2022 TV sales we've found so far below!

Want to score a great smartphone, laptop or other tech bargain? Take a look at our other EOFY 2022 sales roundups below.

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Best EOFY TV deals

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LG 65-inch C2 OLED Evo 4K TV | AU$4,495 AU$3,795 (+AU$40 delivery) at Bing Lee (opens in new tab) (save AU$700)

LG's new C2 OLED is one of the best TVs of the year, and right now you can pick it up from Bing Lee at a significant discount. Score the 65-inch model C2 OLED Evo 4K TV for just AU$4,495 AU$3,795, which is a saving of AU$700 off the RRP. Offer ends July 5.

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Samsung 65-inch QN800B Neo QLED 8K TV  | AU$4,795 AU$3,495 (+AU$40 delivery) at Bing Lee (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,300)

Right now, you can get Samsung's brilliant QN900B 8K Neo QLED TV for even less than the cost of a 4K OLED. Bing Lee has slashed AU$1,300 off the RRP, bringing the price of this 65-inch model down to just AU$3,495 for one of Samsung's best TVs. Offer ends June 30.

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Samsung 98-inch QN90A 4K UHD Neo QLED | AU$16,990 AU$11,250 at Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$5,740)

In the market for an absolutely mammoth Neo QLED telly but don't want to have your pants pulled down over the price? Appliance Central has slashed a massive AU$5,740 off the price of Samsung's 98-inch QN90A 4K Neo QLED TV, bringing its cost down to just AU$11,250 (opens in new tab).

Of course, Appliance Central may not ship to all locations across Australia. If you fall outside of that particular retailer's reach, you can still pick this telly up from Bing Lee at the still reasonable price of AU$12,995 (opens in new tab), which is AU$4,000 off the RRP.

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TCL 98-inch C735 QLED 4K Android TV | AU$7,490 AU$5,990 at Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,500)

If you're still after a monster-sized telly but don't care about self-lighting pixels or fancy Mini LEDs, you could always save yourself a fat stack of cash by picking up this 98-inch 4K QLED TV from TCL for only AU$7,490 AU$5,990. It sports a traditional local dimming system and runs on the Android TV platform. Please note, its TV stand's feet are all the way apart, so you'll need a fairly large surface if you don't plan to wall mount it. Offer ends June 30.

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Sony 55-inch A80J OLED | AU$2,495 AU$1,995 at Bing Lee (opens in new tab) (save AU$500)

The A80J is the lesser of the two OLEDs that Sony debuted in 2021 – the other being the Sony A90J OLED (opens in new tab) – but that’s only because it lacks the higher brightness of the A90J. The A80J is still seriously impressive, with XR 4K Upscaling and a new processor that promises smooth motion. The 55-inch set is now AU$500 off at Bing Lee (opens in new tab) and The Good Guys (opens in new tab). Alternatively, eBay Plus members can get it for AU$1,895.25 from Bing Lee’s eBay store (opens in new tab) using the code PLUSJUNE5.

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Samsung 65-inch QN90A 4K UHD Neo QLED (opens in new tab) | AU$4,899 AU$3,273 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,626)

EOFY has brought some great deals, like this one on Samsung's brilliant 65-inch QN90A Neo QLED TV, which sports the latest Mini LED technology. Right now, you can pick it up with a huge AU$1,626 discount off the RRP.

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LG 55-inch C1 OLED TV | AU$2,495 AU$1,880 on Appliance Central (opens in new tab)(save AU$615)

Appliance Central has a good deal on the 55-inch version of LG's stunning C1 OLED TV, bringing the cost down by AU$615 off its previous price. which is quite exceptional, Sure, it was supplanted by the C2 OLED recently, but that doesn't make the LG's C1 OLED any less great. It's still one of the best TVs you can buy.

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Hisense 65U80G 65-inch ULED 8K Series TV | AU$1,599 AU$1,166 on Billy Guyatts (opens in new tab) (save AU$433)

Want to upgrade to an 8K telly without selling any of your vital organs? Hisense's terrific 65-inch U80G ULED 8K Series TV is still discounted, bringing its price down to the lowest we've seen of late, with a AU$433 saving giving the telly the new price of AU$1,166. Not bad for a 65-incher!

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LG 83-inch C1 OLED TV | AU$8,995 AU$6,995 (opens in new tab)
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77 inches not big enough for ya? Well, if you want to go truly jumbo, you could pick up this 83-inch C1 OLED TV from The Good Guys, also discounted by an equally huge AU$2,000 off the original RRP.

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Samsung 75-inch Q60A 4K UHD Neo QLED | AU$2,889 AU$2,053 (opens in new tab) (save AU$836)

It may not be Samsung's top QLED, but its more affordable Q60A telly is not to be sneezed, especially when you can pick up a huge 75-inch model for only AU$2,053 at the moment.

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Hisense 75-inch U7G 4K ULED Smart TV | AU$2,295 AU$1,495 on The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$800)

Boasting Quantum Dot colour and Full Array Local Dimming, Hisense's U7G Series 4K ULED TV is an exceptional choice for those who want to ensure brilliant colour, clarity and contrast. AI Picture Optimisation technology also makes sure your image quality looks as best as it can. Grab this mammoth 75-inch now at the ludicrous price of AU$1,495.

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Features to look for in EOFY 2022 sales

1. Screen technology

Perhaps the most important aspect to consider when purchasing a new television in 2022 is its display technology. TV manufactures like to throw around numerous acronyms, including OLED, QLED and LED-LCD, and it's important to know the benefits and drawbacks of each.

OLED technology, or organic light-emitting diodes, employs self-lighting pixels that can be controlled individually. That means that individual pixels have the ability to lower in brightness or turn off completely to achieve complete blackness in dark scenes. Of course, due to their organic nature, OLED TVs have been known to suffer from burn-in on some occasions. That said, the technology is generally considered the current high-watermark in display technology.

LED-LCD, while an older technology that requires a physical backlight solution, continues to thrive in all other non-OLED televisions. The addition of actual backlights on LED panels means they're able to achieve much higher levels of brightness than OLED sets, however, they aren't able to achieve true blacks at a pixel-level. 

Meanwhile, QLED, despite being at the forefront of TV technology, is actually just a tweaked version of LED-LCD tech that employs a quantum dot filter to bring increased colour volume and brightness to whatever you're watching. That means incredibly vibrant images all round. 

2. Smart functionality (OS)

Modern televisions all run on smart TV platforms, and for the most part, the operating system you end up with will depend entirely on your chosen manufacturer. 

Sony and TCL televisions favour the Android TV platform, which offers access to thousands of apps on the Google Play store. That means video games, video apps like VLC, ROM emulators... you name it. 

LG has its own webOS platform which is built around remote pointer navigation, while Samsung's Smart Hub OS is based on Tizen and uses a pop-up menu that lets you cycle through options while your content plays in the background. Hisense also has its own smart TV platform in VIDAA U, which lets users cycle through a ribbon of apps and functions on their home screen. Though all three are quite fast, they are fairly limited in the apps department.

3. HDR10/Dolby Vision support

While resolution has been the key factor for many when it comes to watching content at the highest quality possible, HDR or high-dynamic-range is equally important.

HDR brings a wider colour gamut to your content, allowing for more intense and lifelike colours, as well as improved contrast and colour gradations. 

Making matters somewhat confusing for consumers, there are competing HDR formats in HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, which both offer their own take on dynamic metadata that aims to adjust your colour and contrast on a scene-by-scene basis. 

You can find out more about each HDR format below. 

4. Next-gen features

If you're an avid gamer, it's a good idea to future-proof your television purchase by investing in a TV that offers the latest HDMI 2.1 features and a dedicated game mode.

HDMI 2.1 is the latest HDMI specification, and is required for those wanting to take full advantage of PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. HDMI 2.1 allows your TV to display to reach refresh rates of up to 120Hz at 4K resolution, meaning ultra-smooth gameplay for games which support it. 

In addition to enhanced refresh rates, HDMI 2.1 also brings eARC functionality, allowing your TV to output lossless high-end audio formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X to your soundbar or receiver. Without eARC, your audio will output in a compressed manner.

Stephen Lambrechts
Stephen Lambrechts

Stephen primarily covers phones and entertainment for TechRadar's Australian team, and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming in both print and online for over a decade. He's obsessed with smartphones, televisions, consoles and gaming PCs, and has a deep-seated desire to consume all forms of media at the highest quality possible. 


He's also likely to talk a person’s ear off at the mere mention of Android, cats, retro sneaker releases, travelling and physical media, such as vinyl and boutique Blu-ray releases. Right now, he's most excited about QD-OLED technology, The Batman and Hellblade 2: Senua's Saga.