Best TV deals UK: Great offers on 4K HDR televisions from top brands this July

Andy White Ben Johnston
26 Jul 2022

Save money on the latest TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony and more with our pick of the best TV deals this month

If you're after the best TV deals available this month, you've come to the right place.

There are plenty of great offers on televisions from a huge range of brands kicking around, ranging from heavily reduced models from last year to exciting first discounts on recently released sets. We've picked through these offers to find the biggest bargains and gather them here.

This page gets updated regularly with our pick of the best TV deals in the UK, so if nothing takes your fancy on this occasion, be sure to check back again soon as you might just find your perfect set for a bargain basement price.

Best TV deal of the month

Samsung QN90A (Was £799; now £619)

We gave the 50in QN90A five stars and a Recommended award when we reviewed it at £999 last year. It's been coming down in price ever since and it's only been cheaper than this once before. HDR performance is fantastic, Samsung's Tizen smart platform comprehensive and there's support for next-gen gaming features like 4K@120Hz and Variable Refresh Rate.

The QN90A is a television that excels regardless of what you're watching or playing and is exceptional value for money at this price.

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The best TV deals in the UK this July

1. 48in LG C1 (Was £949; now £825)

The LG C1 was our favourite TV of 2021 and remains an outstanding option despite the arrival of its even more impressive successor, the LG C2. It's been as low as £799 but is still a great buy at £826.

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2. 43in Sony Bravia X72K (Was £599; now £538)

The X72K is Sony's entry-level LCD LED option for 2022 and has only been available for a month or so, so this Prime Day deal comes as a bit of a surprise. Unlike most of Sony's range of televisions, the X72K uses Android TV as its operating system rather than Google TV.

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3. 50in LG NANO75 (Was £399; £349)

This affordable 4K telly uses LG Nanocell technology to improve picture quality and features a smart design that'll look great on just about any TV cabinet. As is the case with all LG televisions, the NANO75 runs webOS, which is our favourite operating system and makes navigating the wide range of streaming services a breeze.

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4. 32in Toshiba WK3C (Was £189; now £174)

They may not be as glamorous as huge living room TVs intended to deliver a home cinema experience, but smaller second-room tellies are still extremely popular. The Toshiba WK3C was already an affordable FHD option but is currently slightly cheaper than usual.

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5. 65in Hisense AE7000F (Was £509; now £449)

Hisense doesn’t have quite the same reputation as big hitters like Samsung and LG but its TVs tend to be more affordable as a result. The 2020 AE7000F is a case in point and is a great option if you’re after an impressive screen size to money spent ratio.

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6. 43in LG UP77 (Was £337; now £279)

The 2021 UP77 from LG has seen a few variations in its price, but right now is the best time to pick up the 43in model, as it's currently down to its lowest ever price. For your money, you're getting LG's excellent webOS smart hub, crisp 4K picture and useful gaming features like Auto Low Latency Mode, for the most seamless gameplay possible.

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