Amazon Prime Day deals are some of the best money savers we see every year, so it's definitely worth checking them out if you've been eyeing a new purchase. A bunch of great TVs from big-name manufacturers, including Samsung, LG, and Sony, received big discounts among the best Prime Day TV deals of 2023, but while most have now finished, some are still running.
If you don't want to wait all the way until the Black Friday deals start to get a great TV discount on the best OLED TVs, definitely check out the remaining offers – just because you missed the main event doesn't mean you have to miss out!
Amazon Prime Day OLED TV deals: US
Samsung 65-inch S95B OLED TV (2022): was
$1,797.99 now $1,597.99 at Amazon
The Samsung S95B is the first range of OLED TVs from Samsung and one of the best OLED TVs you can buy right now thanks to the vivid color accuracy, updated Tizen-based smart system, and ultra-thin design. Today's deal from Amazon brings this 65-inch model down to $1,597 - the lowest price we've ever seen.
LG C2 55-Inch OLED TV (2022): was
$1,499 now $1,096 at Amazon
The LG C2 OLED is rated as our best TV, thanks to its good brightness, vivid colors, and ultra-thin design and Amazon has the 55-inch model on sale for a fantastic price. The best-selling TV also packs an a9 Gen5 AI Processor, Dolby Atmos, and voice control – all for under $1,100, which is an incredible value and ranks among the best TV deals we've spotted all year.
LG 55-inch C3 OLED TV (2023): was
$1,899.99 now $1,496.99 at Amazon
LG’s new C3 OLED TV is seeing price cuts at Amazon, with the 55-inch model being let go at a 21% discount of the original price. In our LG C3 review, we found it to offer an incremental boost in brightness and picture processing over its C2 predecessor while also bringing welcome upgrades to LG’s webOS smart TV interface. It’s rare for new TVs to see a price cut this big this early in the year, so grab this deal if you’re in the market for a top 2023 OLED.
LG A2 48-Inch OLED TV (2022): was
$1,299.99 now $599.99 at Best Buy
Other outlets than Amazon are discounting LG’s A2, the company’s entry-level OLED TV line for 2022, ahead of Prime Day, with Best Buy selling a 48-inch model for $600 – $700 off its original list price. When we reviewed the LG A2, we found it was a great option for movie fans, delivering the deep blacks characteristic of OLED technology, though it's not as good an option for gamers. At that time we found it to be a great value, and with this price cut, it’s now an even better one!
Samsung 65-inch S90C OLED TV (2023): was
$2,597.99 now $2,097.99 at Amazon
The Samsung S90C, the company’s next-to-flagship OLED model for 2023 is now seeing a $500 price cut at Amazon. That’s a steep discount to see on a new TV this early in the year, and an all-around good deal for a TV that packs many of the same high-end features found in the company’s flagship S95C OLED. What’s the difference between the two? Slightly lower brightness, we anticipate, and a slightly bulkier form. But for the budget conscious, the S90C looks to be one of the best OLED TV deals of 2023.
Amazon Prime Day OLED TV deals: UK
LG C2 48-Inch OLED TV (2022): was £
1,399.99 now £899 at Amazon
The LG C2 OLED is rated as our best TV, thanks to its good brightness, vivid colors, and ultra-thin design and Amazon has the 48-inch model on sale for £899 – it was £799 over Prime Day, but this is still a good price. The best-selling TV also packs an a9 Gen5 AI Processor, Dolby Atmos, and voice control – all for well under £1,000.
LG 48-inch A2 OLED 4K TV (2022): was £
1299.99 now £649 at Amazon
LG’s A2, the company’s entry-level OLED TV line for 2022, is seeing deep discounts ahead of Prime Day, with a 48-inch model now selling for £649 – or 50% off its original list price. When we reviewed the LG A2, we found that it was a great option for movie fans, delivering the deep blacks characteristic of OLED technology, though not as good an option for gamers. At that time we found it to be a great value, and with this price cut, it’s now an even better one!
Sony 55-inch A84L OLED TV (2023):
was £2,399 now £1,699 at Currys
Not all deals that roll out during Prime Day time are from Amazon. Some, like this £700 savings on Sony’s A84L OLED TV in a 55-inch screen size, can be found at other outlets like Curry’s as they jump on the deals bandwagon. Just £1,699 is a great price for Sony’s 2023 OLED TV, which provides all the best features you expect from the tech along with the company’s Acoustic Surface Audio Plus for improved sound. You’ll save enough with this deal to buy a soundbar, but in this case the TV’s audio will be so good you may not need one.
LG 65-inch B2 OLED 4K TV (2022): was £
2,599.99 now £1,249 at Amazon
LG’s B2, the company’s mid-range OLED TV line for 2022, is getting impressive discounts ahead of Prime Day, with the 65-inch model now selling for £1249, or a full 52% off its original list price. In our LG B2 review, we found it to be a great choice for both movies and gaming, with features like 4K 120Hz support for next-gen consoles. This B2 deal is one of the best pre-Prime Day deals we've seen, so don't miss out.
Amazon Prime Day OLED TV deals: FAQ
When did the Amazon Prime Day OLED TV deals end?
Amazon Prime Day 2023 began on Tuesday, July 11 and ended Wednesday, July 12. Some deals are still running, but anything that officially part of the Prime Day promotion will now have finished.
Do I need to be an Amazon Prime member to get these deals?
Yes. Prime Day allows Amazon to offer some amazing perks to Amazon Prime members, including some brilliant discounts that are only available to Prime subscribers.
If you don't want to pay for the privilege of being a permanent member, you can sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial to access the best deals. Once Prime Day ends, you can cancel your membership so you can't be charged. Just be sure to do so before the 30-day trial ends, otherwise Amazon will automatically enrol you onto its monthly Prime plan.
Amazon Prime: 30-day free trial
If you've never signed up to Amazon Prime, you can get a 30-day free trial to gain access to this year's Prime Day deals. You get the same benefits as paid members, such as free delivery, and access to other services such as Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Gaming, and more. You can cancel at any time during the trial to avoid paying the regular fee, which is $14.99 / £8.99 per month.
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Al Griffin has been writing about and reviewing A/V tech since the days LaserDiscs roamed the earth, and was previously the editor of Sound & Vision magazine.
When not reviewing the latest and greatest gear or watching movies at home, he can usually be found out and about on a bike.
- Tom PowerSenior Entertainment Reporter