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The best 4K TV deals UK this June: Discounts on cheap sets from £229

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LOOKING for a cheap TV deal this June?

You'll find a wide range of discounts on smart, 4K, OLED and QLED televisions on sale right now - we've got the best UK TV deals listed in this article.

We've got the best deals on TVs this month listed below - for all budgets and screen sizes

TVs come in a range of sizes and price points - there's a staggering range of options on the market from Samsung, Sony, LG, Philips, Panasonic and more.

With all those serial numbers, acronyms and jargon to wade through, we know hunting for a TV deal can be a serious headache.

That's why we've not just listed our favourite offers on televisions below - we've also explained why they're our favourites too.

If you're hunting for a high-end TV, be sure to read our newly updated pick of the best 4K TVs and best OLED TVs to buy in 2022.

If you want to wall-mount your new television, there's also our best of the best TV wall brackets to buy.

Before you purchase a TV make sure you know which TV size you should buy and how to measure a TV screen.


Samsung 65-inch AU9000 4K TV, £649 (save £250)

It may not be the latest TV from Samsung, but this 65-inch screen Samsung for such a reasonable price is truly a catch.

The company's upscaling technology works quite well in this mid-range TV, delivering a lovely picture performance when upscaling most programs and films.

The Tizen smart TV interface is also excellent here, making the navigational experience a breeze.

Add a beautifully slim frame and interesting gaming features, and you have one of the best deals available on the market right now.

The best 4K UK TV deals this June

TV deals are listed in order of screen size.

1. Toshiba 43-inch UK3163DB 4K TV, £229.00 (save £150) - Amazon


What's the deal? An impressive 40% drop on an already affordable 43-inch 4K television from Toshiba.

Why we love it: This is by no means an advanced television, but it offers a lot for the new sub-£250 price.

The TRU Picture Engine will automatically upscale and finetune whatever you're watching, and the built-in Alexa mic will let you call on the services of Amazon's voice assistant.

In addition, the Dolby Vision and HDR support mean this set can provide a crisp, smooth image with solid contrast for the price.

The Toshiba UK3163DB features an easy-to-use interface and support for the most popular streaming apps, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube.

However, some streaming service apps are absent, including Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus. If you want to play those, you'll have to buy a Roku or Amazon Fire Stick.

2. LG 43-inch UP75006LF 4K HDR TV, £269.77 (save £230.22) - Amazon

This 43-inch set from the hugely respected LG is now on the right side of £300

What's the deal? A whopping discount of nearly 50% on the 43-inch set from LG's UP7500 series.

Why we love it: Although this is a pretty entry-level line of televisions from LG, there's a couple of things that make this telly an absolute gem at under £300.

Firstly, it comes from LG, the second-biggest selling manufacturer on the UK TV market.

Secondly, its HDR (high dynamic range) function takes the 4K image and further boosts the colours, contrasts and overall quality.

This TV also works with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, but you'll have to purchase LG's Magic Remote separately to take advantage of its voice control capabilities.

Finally, like every new LG TV, this model runs on the WebOS smart platform, which is arguably the most versatile smart TV system currently on the market.

3. Samsung 50-inch Q65A 4K HDR QLED TV, £549 (save £250) - Amazon

QLEDs keep getting more and more affordably, especially smaller options like this 50-inch Samsung set

What's the deal? Amazon have knocked 31% off the asking price of this 50-inch Samsung 4K TV - which happens to be a QLED. More on that below.

Why we love it: Because QLEDs offer a level of picture quality that will keep most TV-watchers very, very happy indeed - the 'quantum dot' tech takes the 4K picture and further boosts the levels of colours and contrast quality.

These tellies used to be top-of-the-line, but since Samsung's Neo-QLEDs were launched on the market last year, they've started to tumble in price. We're not complaining.

The Q65A model comes with built-in Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant capabilities.

Additionally, Samsung's Dual LED TV technology balances warm and cool tones to provide an optimal viewing experience.

And the Q65A's Object Tracking Sound LITE uses artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and your TV's bottom speakers to simulate overhead sounds.

Finally, this model comes with a multi view feature, which enables the simultaneous, split-screen vision of two different channels or apps.

Perfect to check a walkthrough while you're playing.

4. Hisense 50-inch AE7000FTUK 4K HDR TV, £369 (save £80) - Amazon

One of our favourite budget TVs on sale right now is Hisense's 50-inch AE7000 - it comes with built-in Alexa

What's the deal? A nice 18% price drop on the already cheap 50-inch set from Hisense's AE7000 line.

Why we love it: Because in terms of size, a 50-inch TV is more than enough for lots of people's viewing spaces - and to get one for under £370 is a real triumph.

Hisense might not be one of the major TV-makers on the market, but this television will still capably deliver 4K-level visuals, DTS surround sound - it also comes with built-in Alexa.

This model comes with UHD upscale technology, which will try to 'upgrade' the lower resolution of some clips as close as possible to 4K.

The AE7000 also offers virtual surround sound via Hisense's DTS Studio Sound capabilities, and HDR Technology to enhance detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy.

5. LG 50-inch NANO806PA NanoCell 4K HDR TV with Alexa, £391.99 (save £10.97) - Amazon


What's the deal? A small (sounding) 4% price drop on the 50-inch set from LG's NanoCell 806PA series.

Why we love it: Because this sets up you with a superior level of 4K picture quality, thanks to the brand's NanoCell tech (it's similar to OLED, only much less expensive).

Honestly, getting this television for the better side of £400 is a serious bargain - and although Amazon marks this with a modest 4% discount, our price tracker reveals this set costs £849 just a year ago.

With four HDMI port and the WebOS interface that we know and love, this TV is as good for viewing cinematic movies as it is for gaming.

One of the 2021 NanoCell brand releases, the 806PA is equipped with an IPS technology, which means excellent viewing angles, but weaker black levels and contrast.

Still, at this price, it is a hard bargain to beat.

  • LG 50-inch NANO806PA NanoCell 4K HDR TV, £390.96 (save £38.04) - buy from Amazon

6. LG 50-inch LED UQ75, £449 (save £100.99) - Amazon

LG is the second-largest TV manufacturer on the UK market - we're always happy to see its televisions on sale

What's the deal? An 18% discount on another 50-inch set, this one from the second-biggest selling TV brand on the market.

Why we love it: Because LG enjoys a reputation as an absolutely stellar TV manufacturer - in particular, its streaming platform is known for how slick and easy to use it is.

That, with the HDR function, makes this a television that will keep most viewers in the year 2022 very happy indeed.

With a 60 Hz refresh rate, this TV is also a solid choice when it comes to gaming. LG's AI Sound technology also helps to make the viewing experience more immersive.

And with a pleasant, modern design, the UQ75 will undoubtedly look stylish in your living room.

7. Philips 50-inch PUS7556/12 4K HDR TV, £299 (save £60) - Currys

This 50-inch 4K HDR television from Philips has been given a hefty £190 discount

What's the deal? A decent 20% price drop on a 50-inch set from Philips' PUS7556 line.

Why we love it: Because this offers you the chance to scale up your TV at no particularly great cost.

Let's not forget that just a few years ago 50-inch screens were considered pretty epic in size - and if you've got enough viewing space but your spend is limited, this is well worth consideration.

The Philips PUS7556, in particular, comes with three 2.0 HDMI ports, which combined with a 60 Hz refresh rate, make it ideal for gaming.

Image is also enhanced by Philips' P5 Picture Perfect Engine and HDR technology, with support for both Dolby Vision and HDR10+.

The result? Boosted colour and contrast throughout different viewing experiences.

Finally, Philips has replaced the older OS based on Android TV here with its proprietary SAPHI (Speed Agility Performance Heritage Integration) system, which offers a renewed interface and designed to be faster and more responsive.

8. Sony BRAVIA KD-55XH90/P 55-inch 4K Android TV, £849 (save £150) - Amazon

Sony is treating customers to this 4K TV at a nice discount

What's the deal? This offer from Sony is £150 off this large TV.

Why we love it: This set has built-in Dolby Atmos sound as well as Dolby Vision, meaning a truly immersive viewing experience.

On top of this, it has Google Assistant and voice control, and with 120fps and HDMI 2.1, it is absolutely perfect for smooth, responsive gaming.

Add solid upscaling features and full-bodied sound capabilities, and you get one of the best flagship TVs available right now.

9. LG 55-inch 55UP81006LA 4K HDR LED TV, £449 (save £300.99) - Amazon

LG's NanoCell tech gives a clear picture for a reasonable price

What's the deal? This LG model from 2021 currently has a wonderful £300.99 off on Amazon.

Why we love it: It's hard to find a good quality TV at under £500, LG combines their high-quality screens with a reasonable price point.

The 55UP81006LA is powered by one of LG's newer quad-core processors, which constantly works to refine both picture and sound.

Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice control capabilities are also built-in, to provide an easier navigation experience.

And of course, LG's webOS smart platform is hard to beat in the world of smart TVs.

  • LG 55-inch UP81006LA 4K HDR LED TV, £449 (save £300.99) - buy from Amazon

10. Hisense 65-inch 65A6GTUK 4K TV, £449 (save £350) - Amazon

This Hisense QLED TV is a steal with almost half off

What's the deal? If you're looking for a large QLED 4K TV that is reasonably priced then it is really hard to do better than this Hisense 65 inch TV, which currently has £350 off.

Why we love it: There is nothing better than bagging a bargain on a high-quality QLED 4K for under £500 - especially with Dolby Vision built-in.

Hisense has built a reputation for manufacturing mid-range TVs at affordable prices, and the 65A6GTUK makes no exception.

With QLED and 4K UHD upscaling technologies, this TV will tick most boxes for casual viewers, and the 60Hz refresh rate is a nice addition.

The 65A6GTUK model runs on the VIDAA U5 OS. Not the best in town, but it supports Alexa's voice commands, as well as all major streaming apps.

11. Samsung AU9000 65-inch 4K, £649 (save £250) - Amazon


What's the deal? A considerable 28% has been knocked off this TV, saving you £250.

Why we love it: a 65-inch screen from Samsung for such a reasonable price is rare to find. This telly is a great addition to any living room.

Samsung upscaling technology works quite well here, delivering a lovely picture performance when upscaling most programs and films.

The Tizen smart TV interface is also excellent here, making the navigational experience a breeze.

Add a beautifully slim frame and interesting gaming features, and you have one of the best deals available on the market right now.

12. JVC 65-inch LT-65CF810, £399 (save £40) - Currys


What's the deal? This JVC mid-range model currently costs £40 less than its retail price.

Why we love it: It's a 65-inch 4K TV under £500, and comes with most of the basic features would you expect from a 4K TV in 2022

Specifically, the JVC LT-65CF810 offers a 60 Hz refresh rate and HDR10 capabilities for a good viewing experience.

It also has three HDMI 2.1 ports, which is great if you need to connect multiple consoles and other devices to your TV.

And since it runs on Amazon's Fire TV platform, it offers all the goodness you'd normally get from a Fire Stick device, including Alexa voice remote capabilities, and a variety of streaming apps.

13. Samsung 85-Inch QN800A 4K HDR TV, £3,498.93 (save £2,950.07) - Amazon

This large 4K TV from Samsung is nearly half price

What's the deal? This is a fantastic price drop, slashing almost £3000 off the cost of this massive 85-inch smart TV.

Why we love it: If you want a bigger 4K TV for your room, this is possibly the best you can do. The adaptive sound technology on Samsung TVs will make every film you watch sound cinematic.

HDR makes sure your TV is perfectly contrasted and colour-balanced for a perfect picture even in bright rooms.

The QN800A sits comfortably in the middle of Samsung's flagship line. It's expensive, but if you can afford it, you will be rewarded with an exceptional viewing experience.

Picture is quite crispy here, design is stylish and solid, and smart TV capabilities truly extensive.

And with true 8K resolution and full 3D surround sound audio, supported movies and games will simply blow your mind.

  • Samsung QN800A 85-Inch Smart TV, £3,498.93 (save £2,950.07)- buy from Amazon

What to look for when buying a TV

The Sun spoke to Henrik Schmidt, Head of Category TV at Currys, to find out what you should be looking for in a TV.

He said: "Consider investing in OLED / Neo QLED TVs as these technologies will provide the best picture quality."

If you're a gamer, Henrik recommends looking out for HDMI 2.1 & 120Hz TVs to make sure your TV can keep up with the refresh rate of newer consoles.

"Having a larger TV will keep it relevant for longer mitigating the need to upgrade it for a larger one," said Henrik, "8K resolution is also growing in popularity and we expect to see more 8K content as the time goes."

How much to spend on a TV

Spending money on a TV can be daunting but Henrik recommends sticking to your budget and what you are looking for.

He said: "Whilst most suppliers offer the best technology panels available, they have different USPs.

"If having a truly immersive experience an important factor, perhaps exploring Philips’ OLED+ Ambilight TVs is the right thing to do.

"When it comes to OLED technology, LG has made some great advancements."

Make sure you know what you're looking for and how much you're willing to spend and you can't go far wrong.

Where are the best TV deals?

The good news is that there's actually a pretty small number of online retailers that stock the best TV deals.

Competition is fierce among these stores, and when it comes to TV deals, you'll often see them ruthlessly price-match each other.

This is especially the case during hectic sales periods like Black Friday and Boxing Day.

How to get the best TV deal

We've got a few pointers for you to help you in your search for the best TV deal out there:

  • Work out your budget in advance. TVs vary wildly in price - you can spend anywhere between £150 and, well, this much. If you figure out how much you're willing to spend (with some wiggle room), you'll find searching far easier.
  • Know the right size TV for your viewing space. The distance between you and your TV should be around 1.5 times the size of the screen. You might want to read our guide on how to measure a TV.
  • Be aware that retailers often fiercely price-match each other. During sales periods, you'll often find the same price drop listed across several of the major stores (often with Amazon undercutting its rivals by £1).
  • Currys, a major TV retailer, offers a price-match guarantee. If you see a television that's cheaper elsewhere, hold them to it!
  • Bookmark this article. We keep it regularly updated with all the best price drops we find online, so if you're not looking for a cheap TV deal right now, you can always come back.



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