55 inch TV Deals

55 inch TV Deals & Offers

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55 inch TVs are perfect for shoppers looking for a fantastic viewing experience, without having to sacrifice a whole wall, or an entire pay cheque, to a new TV. 55 inch TVs come in a variety of specifications and shoppers can choose from top brands, like Samsung or Sony, who offer a range of 4K displays, Smart TVs, LED or OLED TVs. Shoppers can find the best deals and most recent discount codes for their 55 inch TVs on hotukdeals.

SAMSUNG UE55NU7400 55" UHD HDR 4K TV + FREE UBDM7500 UHD 4K Player £569 @ C&M / SAMSUNG NU7400 65'' 4KTV £779 w/code TV50 @ Co-op Electrical
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Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified One Remote Control Powered by HDR 10+ Samsung UE65NU7400 65" 4K UHD Smart LED TV £779 with code TV50 https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-a… Read more
vorapa

Might be worth checking offers on bank accounts, currently 5% with my 123 account at co op, 5% max £30

devinn

It does, the code works on the 65'' which is from co-op electrical, i put the link in the description https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue65nu7400-65-4k-uhd-smart-led-tv-sam-led-ue65nu7400-b/

boboz21

Voucher dont work

samar7

Let me know if anyone would like the Blu Ray player - looking for £120. Can collect in London or post. Cheers

Meathotukdeals

was in Samsung store today and asked if the assistant would show me oled and qled and another screen type they had. She said they only do qled. I asked what is qled and she had a go and when she slowly remembered the colour of the pixels (but not the word pixels) I asked her are there any screens with white pixels. Then she slowed right down and began to say she's not up to date with the latest technologies.

LG 55UK6300PLB 55' 4K HDR Smart LED TV £411.09 at Very with 12 months 0% BNPL
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Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
I've been looking around for good sub-£500 55' 4k TVs and this seems like a great deal. If you buy on Very credit you get 10% off your first electronics order using the code MJWNU… Read more
JLH86

What is a true 4K panel?

replicant69

Not strictly true depending on how you measure 4k. Also not that you can actually see the difference unless you have 2 setups stood next to each other.

nexus76

Not a 4k panel

snatch_master

Yes I remember now when I join together £700 mattress I must be thinking of something else

DatAlbino

I set up as a new customer and they gave me £500 of credit. My partner also did the same and got £500. I think it's a standard starting amount.

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV - Grade A Refurbished - £999.99 + £19.99 del ElectronicWorldTV
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Don't know a great deal about the company offering this deal, but this is around £400 to £500 cheaper than the brand new alternative elsewhere. Comes with 12 months guarantee, see… Read more
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Digger.Barnes

£1799 at John Lewis and Richer Sounds now.

garryallen

Unless they are replacing the panel, never buy a refurb OLED!

BirchieBirch

The best of the bunch this year (imho) and it's looking like Panasonic are on to a winner with this years OLED the GZ2000. DV & HDR10+ support, reference grade processing and a built in Dolby Atmos sound system.

SpringHeeledJim

True, but a win nonetheless. And up to £700 cheaper than the current C8 price...

daveykinetic

it has hdr 10+ arguably just as good as Dolby vision

Samsung UE55NU7400 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HD + Free Blu-ray Player £629 ao.com
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Samsung UE55NU7400 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV HDR + https://ao.com/product/ubdm7500-samsung-blu-ray-player-black-58451-114.aspx Samsung UBD-M7500 Smart 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player … Read more
MWC2012

Don’t buy it. if your watching from a angle it loses colour.

kalamist

This is expensive! It was £579 with the player recently. Cheaper on the crampton and moore website £599 http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue55nu7400-55-dynamic-crystal-colour-ultra-hd-certified-hdr-smart-4k-tv.html

John Lewis & Partners Price Match - £1450.00 - LG OLED55C8PLA 55" 4K UltraHD Smart OLED TV + free  LG WK7 ThinQ Speaker @ Crampton & Moore
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
The deal is achieved by price matching online at John Lewis with a deal at Crampton & Moore. You need to call C&M to get this price of £1450 including the free LG WK7 ThinQ… Read more
danbeaman1991

How you get the £1300 offer? Great price!

gd2-uk

Might be because they haven’t got the speaker in stock. They gave me a £149 refund instead and I still got the price match so very happy with getting it for £1300 . Shall I expire this?

paddyhw

Think JL are learning not to match all of these short term deals plus argue they give a better warranty or you need a code etc.

danbeaman1991

You think if they would match for one would do for all. Now not sure if I should go back to looking at B8 instead

paddyhw

Surprised?

Sony KD55XF7003​BU XF70 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black (2018 Model) for £569 on Amazon
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Sony KD55XF7003BU XF70 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black (2018 Model) for £569 on Amazon
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smckirdy

Some do, given some come with a built in Shield TV. But a shield is an expensive bit of kit, putting something as capable as a shield would really put up the unit price. As far as I know they don't gather data more than android does by default, and given the price of a shield I don't think they get kick backs.

minted83

Where in that article does it say anything about kickbacks on purchases made through the devices? Welcome to the 21st century. They collect data, shocker. That's also entirely about Yanks.

h4music

There's a simple reason why your new smart TV was so affordable: It's collecting and selling your data http://flip.it/4ScXsM

Fallingin28

had no idea about any of this... just bought a Sony, am really hoping that it isn't a Vestle. I shall be inspecting before the delivery man leaves.

asadsyd

https://www.avforums.com/threads/how-to-tell-if-your-tvs-a-vestel.2019864/

Philips 55 inch smart TV with ambilight PUS6803 now under £500
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Was going to pick up the 6703 today but after putting the 6803 in my wishlist it notified me of a price drop of £50. Not entirely sure which one is better as I cannot find many re… Read more
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JBAUERBEATSJBOND

Wow thanks for the in-depth knowledge

Noclouds

My sympathies. I appreciate it's a little off-topic as this refers to its predecessor but What Hi-Fi, after saying it's difficult to set up, said of the award winning 703 model:- "You’ll have to turn off the default ‘Eco’ mode, undo all the noise-reduction settings and adjust the contrast and brightness. Then you’ll have to do it all again for HDR content, because the television treats this separately. For non-HDR content we use the Movie preset, pushing up the colour a little while toning down sharpness, contrast, and brightness. Colour Enhancement gets put on minimum, and Contrast Mode should be tuned so it’s “Optimized for Picture”. When the TV detects an HDR source, we prefer the “HDR Vivid” mode for top-notch performance." I found a Youtube video on calibrating another model but, again, I'm not sure how helpful it is unless Philips have a generic calibration setting in their factory for a number of models. I'll keep looking and hopefully find something specific to this model.

JBAUERBEATSJBOND

Funnily enough the demo mode looks amazing but vivid mode looks oversaturated. Movie mode looks too dark and the sound is really tinny considering it has a speaker underneath. As the demo mode looks so amazing I can only hope that one day I will master the settings

Noclouds

Thanks for sharing this. I know from a number of reviews of the 703 model that out of the box the Philips looks pretty awful and is one of those sets that requires a lot of work in the settings, at which point it is supposedly a cut above the competition at the same price. I don't know if that's the same case with the 803 but if you find a settings tutorial and find that to be so, I'd appreciate hearing about it, thanks! :)

JBAUERBEATSJBOND

I did get the 6803 on the logic that it was reduced. Seen lots of reviews on the 6703 but hardly any on this. I am currently watching Luther on it and not really blown away but it's not 4k just HD. I wasn't blown away by red dead redemption 2 either it appeared very dark compared to my previous Samsung 4k (which packed in after the warranty ran out) I guess I need to do some tweaking to the picture and sound. Ambilight is awesome though.

LG OLED55B8SLC 55inch 4K OLED TV - £1094 W/ CODE TV100 @ CO OP Electical
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Recently been looking around at LG's and Samsung QLED's and my brain is awash with information, anyway I saw this price on CO OP using code TV100 brings it to £1094. I assume it ha… Read more
paddyhw

paddyhw

paddyhw

Check his other videos out. He says the E8 is the best TV he has ever seen. He is a good reviewer/ expert...also shows short comings etc. Been a lot of BS about E8 being sold for £1300 it hasn’t. Cheapest was £1600. Either way with warranty and insurance it cost me £1799. I’m happy with that. What is your problem? The B8 is a poor mans version. Save up your paper round money!

md1

Good video, I've heard of HDTVTest before. Though irrelevant, as I don't see anything to suggest the C8 or E8 being worth £500 or £800 more than the B8 (respectively). So (according to you), I'm wrong, RTINGS is wrong. Are these people on AVSforum wrong?: Help decide between LG B8 65” vs E8 55” Is the LG 55 e8 worth £300 more than 55b8 Also you can read through this thread (just click here) and see the E8 being sold for £1400 or £1899 with £500 cashback in the past.

Biggunspaul

For anyone interested,I have recently purchased this TV and made a number of videos for YouTube,such as - unboxing,Setup and wall mounting demo of SD content demo of HD content HDR gaming picture settings. If anyone would like to see them,feel free to PM me : )

Sony KD55XF9005  £1,045.99 @ TPS
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Sony KD55XF9005 £1045.99 save £30 on collection
doctorblue

Great TV 📺 but overpriced...should be around £900 mark for 55 inch model now...

GW61

Oh for a time machine (lol) (lol) (lol)

Mrlossy

Probably because it's been much cheaper recently. TPS were doing this at £999 and I got JL to match that and got the free soundbar for £999. And that was for the 55" (the same TV). I'm sure it's been available at £1049 with other suppliers for some time. The TV is fab, picture is sublime and I have no issues with the Android system but I have disabled some services that slow it down. I have it paired with the ZF9 soundbar, but I got the CT290 free.

GW61

Can't see why this is getting voted cold. Pretty much the best price for this TV, looks like a 7 year warranty along with a free wall bracket and 0% finance. Hot from me, shame I'm not in a position to buy one at the moment otherwise I would be tempted, never used TPS before so can't comment on customer service.

7day

Do de burn scrin

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55-inch 4K HDR OLED TV - £1275 @ tps
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Another great OLED TV to consider, especially at this price. Comes with a 7 warranty, a free wall bracket and fixing kit and the option for 0% Buy Now Pay Nothing until Jan 2020. … Read more
doublecuffs

Costs £100 more now

jon23505

I think you can save £30 if you collect

Pindi

Yes, it includes delivery.

jon23505

Is this price inclusive of delivery

BirchieBirch

Good price. Heat

LG OLED55C8PLA 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play - £1,699 @ richersounds & free 6 years guarantee included
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* Get a FREE LG WK7 ThinQ Google Assistant speaker when you buy this product. Please click here for details. Offer available in-store, online or via telesales and ends 29.01.19. … Read more
MichaelChapman

All setup and working fantastic oled very happy

MichaelChapman

Yes I ordered it Saturday delivered today

siraj13

Was that recently?

Mark_DS

Here is the comparison by rtings.com. They also list the B8 as the best 55" TV you can buy, as the panel is the same as the C8 and E8 except cheaper.

BirchieBirch

Overpriced considering the competition.

Samsung UE55NU8000 55" UHD TV with free Samsung UBD-M7500 UHD Blu-ray player £729 John Lewis & Partners
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May be for someone looking for a 4K Blu-ray player anyways!!! A descent 55" 4K HDR 1000 smart TV, just sitting below Samsung QLED range. Also, you could further buy Samsung MS550… Read more
UKlions1

Yes, it was.....looks like both Richer Sounds and John lewis have now removed the free 4k player from the bundle so its £729 just for the tv. Crampton and Moore are still offering this bundle but their price is £749, so alittle more than JL's offer..

B_O_O_Y_A_R

Yeah can’t see the bluray either. ;( might just vote anyway. Is this the best deal for this tv ?

UKlions1

this bundle is no longer available.....no 4K blu ray player included in price...

moneybanks14

4k REMUX ;)

UKlions1

Alot of people seem to rate the Hisense 55U7A and john lewis do it for £599. Its 120hz just like this one and VA panel so black levels should be good.....if this was the same price, this would be the better TV by a long way but guess it comes down to what your budget is and if you can afford the extra £125.....Personally, I'm hoping this price drops alittle more on this, as it was sold in some samsung stores for £420 last week...

Samsung UE55NU7100 55 inch, Ultra HD 4K Certified, HDR, Smart TV £499 @ Very.co.uk
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The Samsung UE55NU7100 55 inch 4K Smart TV is your gateway to spectacular home viewing. Certified Ultra HD picture quality achieves all the highest technical standards and get the… Read more
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jake492

Perhaps a consideration for some, but Samsung removed DTS audio support on it's lower-end TVs this year - meaning content on USB / media servers may have no sound. There are solutions / workarounds, however but this measure just shows to me hostility to users by Samsung.

Hermias

Better than John Lewis... https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com

tompringle

Wouldn't go near them... https://www.trustpilot.com/review/godigitalwarehouse.co.uk

GW61

Graded

misterashraf

A lot of these are turning up in auction houses. Not sure if they are excess stock or customer returns.

LG 55" 4K UHD LED TV 55UK7550 £539.98 @ Costco
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For those of us who weren't fortunate enough to get an OLED TV this year (on the naughty list!), and need something half decent to plug the gap until they become (even) more afford… Read more
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Sammy86

Pretty good value here....

rickj

No JL won't price match costco as it's a supposedly trade only but Costco warranty is superior to anyone's anyway with a 90 day no quibble return.

ohassanali

https://infogram.com/lg-2018-tv-line-up-1h9j6qmxv1dy4gz

Samsung UE55NU7400 55" Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K TV £529 @ C&M (Ebay)
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Samsung UE55NU7400 55" Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K TV
Nath_RSW

The 7400 Also comes with the one remote and a standard remote

UKlions1

The specs suggest the 7400 model handles motion a little better but whether thats enough for the price difference, not sure....

dodgyscouser

Only other real notable difference is the PQI is higher in the 7400, I just purchased the 7400 from Hughes Clearance at £494 (open box) using the prior 15% code. https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/81275820d

burgyuk

No Bluetooth or headphone jack are differences im aware of (may be other differences)

gemvis

Or this one is there much difference? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-UE55NU7100-55-inch-SMART-4K-UHD-TV/283065010120?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3Dc02134c0459c48d88db7f6c104e025ec%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D3%26rkt%3D15%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D362512030503%26itm%3D283065010120&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3A47067215-0d20-11e9-a628-74dbd18097d1%7Cparentrq%3A05475c271680aa11adcb7c3effefb2d2%7Ciid%3A1

Samsung UE55NU7100 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR - Charcoal Black - [A Rated] at ao.com for £479
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Get match ready with this 55 inch LED TV from Samsung. The 4K HDR display delivers a razor-sharp image packed with colour, so you’ll be able to catch every glorious goal and dod… Read more
Freddy86

I bought a tv from very 49" and they sent me this instead. It's to big for my room. I have the invoice if anyone is interested in happy to sell it for £400 so i can rebuy my 49". I'm located at wood green north London. Haven't opened it

WajAllRound

Is the 55 inch nu8000 a 120hz panel?

Foxy

Just the same for mobile phones... Massive handsets got ignored in favour of more compact units... What's happening lately though... (annoyed)

MickyB63

Extra 10 percent off ebay ao site POWPOW 10 Expires today .

Ceejay1974

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Samsung 55" Smart Ultra HD Certified 4K HDR 10+ LED TV with Built-in Wi-Fi, TVPlus & Freesat £569 @ RGB
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Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
Discover exceptional Ultra HD certified picture quality with our NU7400 Dynamic Crystal Colour TV.
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paperboy2

Yes. Also many people prefer the central pillar stand on the NU7400 rather than the wider legs on the NU7100.

WajAllRound

Is that the 7400? Thanks for the reply.

paperboy2

Yes, Free M7500 Blu-ray. Should really be a separate deal but happy if it adds heat to this deal.

paperboy2

Better colours and brightness. Bluetooth included means you audio get a smart remote. Also smart operating system is compatible with Smart things.

naarmi

With a free bluray player as well,not a bad deal

LG OLED55C8PLA at Richer Sounds for £1599.00 with 6 year warranty
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Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Use the code oled100 and it brings the price down to £1599.00 delivered with the 6 year warranty.
james2k66

Haha. Different reviewers on flat panels hd, doesn't count. Try not to get yourself so worked up.

Jonathan_Mickiewicz

So your are ignoring the what Hifi and flatpanels HD verdict. You do realise 96% is higher than 94% right??? This is my last post on this. You clearly can't read.

james2k66

if you say so! the things you list cite the other aspects such as sound OS and looks.

Jonathan_Mickiewicz

OK. So.... Flatpanels HD. Picture quality. C8 96%, Panasonic 94%. Avforums. ". Or you could have the slightly more advanced A9 processor in the 55-inch LG C8 which offers probably the best all-round package with WebOS smart TV, all the HDR flavours bar HDR10+ and excellent sound and image quality" Techradar "A better alternative is the LG C8 OLED, which is also more expensive but offers the most complete package of any OLED TV this year. It has a superb picture, a gorgeous design, an exceptional smart platform that includes every major streaming service, and it even sounds good. Once you throw in support for every HDR format except HDR10+, and even Dolby Atmos, you begin to realise why it’s the OLED TV to beat in 2018." I could go own with many more examples from reputable sites Not trying to argue for the sake of it but saying that "every" site rates the panasonic as better is just incorrect. Yes they are very close. They both use the same LG panel BUT by far and away the generalised concensus is that the LG C8 is a better picture and TV.

james2k66

not sure whathifi is all that good. but yeah ill give you that one. rest of them seem to be much of a muchness to be honest. Im just amazed how much more expensive the 65" panasonic is vs the 55. the lg isnt as big as gap. Need some decent 65" deals (unicorn)

Philips 55PUS6523/12 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus and Freeview Play - Dark Silver (2018 Model) @amazon
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Next best price I found was £429 from various outlets
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Darzen

Looks like they've stopped matching them all on ebay, back to normal prices now.

Neobrown

I saw someone saying its this price on ebay with 15% off code. Think it was currys or argos ebay.

BarryUddin

Damn that was quick. Expired.

Darzen

Santana77

£428 and £429 from amazon, no £364.65?

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