The best TV deals for June and Amazon Prime Day 2021: the top cheap 4K TV sales right now

Want to grab the best cheap 4K TV deal, including OLED and QLED sets? You've come to the right place

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This page is dedicated to the best cheap TV deals available right now. We're picking out the best 4K and 8K TV deals from all of the biggest TV makers at the key online retailers, to bring you the offers you can't miss!

This stage in 2021 is especially great for TV deals, because this year's models have just landed, which means that last year's TVs have now had massive price reductions, to clear them off the shelves and make space for the new sets. 

That means you can get some of the most elite TVs from last year for the same cost as this year's mid-range TVs – and you'll usually get much better image quality that way. We've got our lists of the best TVs overall, the best TVs under £1000, and the best TVs under £500 to help you choose which one's right for you.

Below, you'll find our top recommendations for the very best TV deals available right now – plus, we've got all the lowest current prices on our favourite sets, including lots of the best OLED TVs and the best gaming TVs, all updated live from stores across the web. You can use the quick links to jump straight to your preferred brand and see what the current deals are.

And if you want to add some extra audio quality to your new TV, don't forget to check out the best cheap soundbar deals!

Amazon Prime Day TV deals

Of course, we're about to see some extra-great TV deals, because Amazon Prime Day is rapidly approaching – it's on June 21st and 22nd. There are some early deals up already (which you'll find just below), but if you're wondering what kind of other deals you're likely to see, take a look at our Amazon Prime Day 2021 TV deals: what to expect guide.

The best TV deals going on right now

Our top current TV deals picks

Deal of the day!

Samsung QE50QN94A 4K QLED Mini-LED TV | RRP: £1,899 | Now: £1,499 | Save £400 at Currys
What! A! Deal! This is Samsung's highest-end 4K QLED TV of 2021 for image quality – it's just like the Samsung QN95A that we gave five stars to, but doesn't have the separate box for connections, so they're on the unit itself instead. The Mini-LED backlight makes it incredibly bright for HDR, but also offers stunningly precise contrast – better than any LCD TV we've seen. It also has Samsung's latest-gen processing, plus HDMI 2.1 features for next-gen gaming. This TV is a matter of weeks old, so this giant discount is incredible! We don't expect to see anything better than this over Prime Day.View Deal

LG OLED48CX 48-inch 4K OLED TV | RRP: £1,275.00 | Now: £1,149 | Save £126 (10%) at Amazon UK
This may not be a blockbuster saving in pure cash terms, but this is the cheapest we've seen of the smallest size of LG's wildly popular (and phenomenally good) OLED set. It offers incredibly rich images, Dolby Vision support, HDMI 2.1 on all four ports, an excellent smart TV platform… our LG CX review says "The LG CX’s combination of beautiful pictures and a lower price make it LG’s most all-round irresistible OLED TV". And now the price is lower again!View Deal

Hisense 32A5600F 32-inch HD TV | RRP: £249.00 | Now: £199 | Save: £50 (20%) at Amazon UK
A great price for a great 32-inch TV! It's a smart TV with Freeview Play on board, alongside lots of other big-name streaming services. Our full Hisense 32A5600F review says "You won’t get much better at this price, it’s fantastic value for money".View Deal

Samsung 43AU7110 43-inch 4K TV | RRP: £499.00 | Now: £399 | Save £100 (20%) at Amazon UK
This is Samsung's most affordable 4K TV from its 2021 range, and has only just gone on sale, so seeing a deal this big on it already is great value! We haven't reviewed this model yet, but last year's equivalent earned the full five stars from us. Samsung gives its budget sets bold and sharp images with lush HDR performance. But best of all is the smart TV platform – it's exactly the same as its elite 8K TVs! It's packed with apps, and is easy to use.View Deal

Samsung QE55Q95T 55-inch 4K QLED TV | Was: £1,399 | Now: £1,099 | Save £300 at Currys
This was Samsung's flagship 4K TV from 2020, and as such it absolutely dazzles with pin-sharp pictures and incredibly bright HDR, as well as truly impressive contrast. It even houses its connections in a separate One Connect box, so there's only a single cable going into the TV – very swish. It launched at £2,299 and our Samsung Q95T review gave it five stars at that price, so for less than half that… well, we'd give it a sixth star if we could. This is basically an elite level TV for mid-range prices. Do not miss out.View Deal

LG 43UP75006 43-inch 4K TV | RRP: £440 | Now: £369 | Save £71 (16%) at Amazon UK
This Ultra HD TV from LG's new 2021 range is a great budget buy for gamers – it includes Auto Low Latency Mode, HGiG HDR tuning for games to look their best, plus LG's Game Optimizer options, which let you balance between responsiveness and image prettiness based on what you're playing. Oh, and it's a great-looking HDR TV overall, of course, with Freeview Play and lots of streaming options built in.View Deal

LG TV deals

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The LG CX is the OLED TV most people should be looking at in 2020 – it's great value, image quality is superb, it's the best gaming TV thanks to support for every new feature of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and it comes in everything from a compact(-ish) 48-inch size up to 77 inches.

The LG B9 from last year is still around (with imminent replacement by the 2020 BX model due), which means it's the cheapest it's ever been, largely – the image quality of the CX is a step up, but the difference isn't huge, and the B9 is also totally ready for next-gen gaming, so it's a good future-proofed buy.

Sony TV deals

Best sony TV deals

Sony produces utterly gorgeous TVs every year, but they tend to be on the premium side. A good set of deals will take care of that – the Sony AG9 is a beautiful TV with top-tier image processing and great audio built-in, and now has a smaller 48-inch model. 

The Sony A8 is a new version of Sony's cheaper OLED model, and though still not in the cheap range, offers great value for money given its overall quality – it's weak when it comes to next-gen gaming features, though.

We're big fans of Sony's XH90 LCD TVs, which are among the best bang-for-buck sets on the planet – they're a great price, and the visuals are pretty wonderful. Sony says this model will also get full support for every PS5 and Xbox Series X feature, but via an update later.

Finally, Sony's flagship 4K LCD TV for 2020, the Sony XH95 is also simply brilliant, though costs a little more than the XH90, naturally.

Samsung TV deals

Best samsung TV deals

Samsung's range of TVs is just huge, from the Samsung Q950TS 8K TV flagship, which we rate as the best set on the planet (but oh boy are you gonna pay for it), down to the cheap but really usable (and great to watch) Samsung TU8500.

Samsung's 2020 TV range explained

The Samsung Q90T is its flagship 4K TV, and is a truly excellent set. The Samsung Q80T brings the price down a lot, while still provided the same high-end image processing and QLED panel. The Samsung Q60T is the most budget way to get QLED's famous lush colours, but isn't as good for HDR performance as the other models.

Panasonic TV deals

If you want the pinnacle of OLED TV quality, look no further than the Panasonic HZ2000 – it's an expensive buy, but that's because of the custom tech that makes it brighter than any other OLED panel. Panasonic's other OLED TVs are also great – if you can find a price drop on the HZ1000 in particular, it's an excellent deal.

In the mid-range, the Panasonic HX800 blows us away with the sheer amount of quality TV you get for the price – it's a great-value set for cinema fans who want a large screen and rich images without paying silly money.

Philips TV deals

Philips has a broad range of tempting OLED TVs, from premium stuff like the Philips OLED+984 (which has a high-end Bowers & Wilkins speakers system built into its imposing stand), to the Philips OLED754, which is the cheapest OLED TV worth buying on the market, coming in under £1,000.

There are some great models in the middle, too – the OLED804 adds some extra bells and whistles over the more basic OLED754, while the OLED+934 adds a Bowers & Wilkins speaker system without as much expense as the super-swish OLED+984 mentioned above.