Oh hello – we had some lunch, came back and found the TV deals had been tough, multiplying before our eyes.
Speaking of eyes, this one caught my eye: Samsung’s 55-inch The Frame, with an updated QLED display, coming in at less than $1,000 – $979.99 to be exactwhat makes this (horn) The cheapest price ever!
We like the Samsung The Frame line – the brand started making these decent TV sets, as well as great pieces of art built into them, making them part of the furniture as well.
OLED can’t really do the same thing, for fear of burning out – so it’s worth digging deeper into the QLED LCD space if you’re worried too.
OK, this might be the cheapest TV you’ll find in the UK on Prime Day. One worth buying, at least. Hisense 50AE7000FTUK is a 50-inch 4K TV that is had its price reduced from £449 to just £259.
This is almost impulse buying territory for a TV; so if you want a second TV for your bedroom then this is a solid choice at this price point. It lacks the image quality features of other sets, but you really can’t bring the price down here.
Earlier we mentioned a deal with Chromecast, but it’s a little changed to £39.99 now, a £20 savings instead (opens in new tab).
However, this is still a great deal if you want to access your 4K movies, shows and music right on your TV, while using Google Assistant to browse recommendations in certain genres, if you want a quiet night out with your popcorn.
Did you know that Amazon makes TVs? Well, yes, with built-in Fire TV compatibility. As you can imagine, they’re pretty cheap on Prime Day, and while they don’t rival Sony, LG, and Samsung when it comes to pristine image quality, for the price they’re worth, they’re hard to beat.
On the other side of the Atlantic, the US is waking up and the Amazon Prime day is starting there. Here’s a great TV deal to start with, as the Sony A80J 55-inch OLED TV with $300 Price Reduction (opens in new tab).
This is an amazing set and it originally sold for $1,699 in 2021. So getting it for under $1,000 is a huge win, and as you might expect from Sony, this TV works brilliantly with the PlayStation 5, offering 4K 120Hz and VRR support for smooth gameplay. You definitely don’t want to miss this.
After a monster TV this Prime Day? Of course you are! This absolutely epic 85-inch TV from Sony has had £152 brought the price down (opens in new tab)and while this is still an expensive TV, you’re getting a HUGE screen for the money.
This won’t be for most people – the space it takes up and the price, even after the discount, will make it unsuitable for a lot of people, but if you’re serious about having an amazing home theater setup then this will surprise you in a way.
Here’s another great affordable TV from Amazon – for £799 you’re getting a great quality OLED TV with impressive picture quality. At 48 inches it might be a little small for large rooms, but this is again a great bedroom/kids bedroom TV, and with 4K 120Hz support it’s a brilliant TV for connecting game consoles.
Want something a little bigger? Of course you do! Personally, I think 65 inches is the sweet spot for TVs – they’re big enough to deliver an amazing cinematic experience in your home, without being also very heavy.
However, they can also be very expensive, which is why I love this business, which hits a whopping 800 pounds turn off this OLED TV. It features stunning picture quality and vibrant colors thanks to OLED technology, supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, and comes with the unique Ambilight feature that surrounds the TV with lights that change depending on the action on the screen. It’s really impressive, and for under £1,000 this might be the best big-screen TV deal you’ll find today.
OK, so how about some TV deals?! This one certainly caught my eye – the 50-inch Samsung Q80A QLED 4K Smart TV from £899 to just £549 (opens in new tab).
While 50 inches is not a huge TV by today’s standards, it’s perfect for people with smaller rooms – like a bedroom or kid’s room (this has some cool gaming features if you hook up an Xbox or PlayStation 5). It also supports HDR10+ for stunning color and contrast.
Furthermore, it is now mega cheap. Only 12 in stock!
Good morning everyone! Matt Hanson, Managing Editor Compute and Entertainment, is here to bring you more fantastic Prime Day TV deals as we find them!
I love TVs – obviously as part of my job I watch a lot of great Netflix shows on them and I also use an 8K TV for my gaming PC.
Speaking of entertainment for a second, if you’ve just signed up for Amazon Prime for today, don’t forget that you also include Amazon Prime Video in your subscription. We’ve put together a list of the best things to watch on Amazon Prime to help you get started.
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My father once came to visit me, years ago. He was there for about two hours when he came out of the house. He then came back with a Google Chromecast and then just walked over to my TV, which I was watching, and unplugged the HDMI cable so he could try out his new gadget.
Well, he would have loved this new version, with the remote (complete with voice input) and the 4K, HDR image. And he’d love the fact that it’s even cheaper than what he bought, where you can get an extra £10 off with a voucher – making the new Google Chromecast the cheapest ever at £29.99.
I didn’t believe that discount when I saw it – that the 55-inch Samsung QN90A would already drop to just £799. We reviewed this TV at four stars, and while we encountered some issues with the sound quality and lack of Dolby Vision support, the QLED layer was just something else.
Bright, super thin in terms of bezel and with a great image, this is a great buy. In fact, the only choice you have is get the 50 inch for £595 it’s an even better buy – if you don’t mind a slightly smaller TV, it’s a big savings.
Welcome, welcome, welcome. We’re back once again for some lovely chats about deals you want to buy – so I’m going to walk you through some of the best.
I’ll start with the UK Prime Day TV deals, mostly because they are already live and looking really good.
So whether you’re looking for a great new TV for the living room, something for the bedroom, or just the best thing to plug into one of their many new HDMI ports, we’re here for you.