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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.

HISENSE H55B7300UK 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV (2020)+ 2 Year Warranty - £329 @ Amazon
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Posted 9 h, 44 m agoPosted 9 h, 44 m ago
4K Resolution With 4x more pixels than traditional Full HD Hisense’s 4K Ultra HD resolution is the benchmark for stunningly realistic picture quality and pin-sharp clarity HDR TECH… Read more
ukle

The issue with those though is due to the fact they are Vestels have a really poor OS. You need a firestick or similar so you really should factor that into the total price.

cbrotherton

https://www.electrical-deals.co.uk/hisense-55-inch-h55b7300uk-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-freeview-play-usb-record £259.99 1 year warranty. Free delivery. Hisense 55 Inch H55B7300UK Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play USB Record Manufacturer Refurbished - Includes Stand, Remote control, User manual and Power lead. Non-essential accessories (cables, adapters etc.) may NOT be supplied.

tawse57

The going rate is a pack of toilet rolls :D

EN1GMA

Super! Time to check some reviews. Thanks

kokoroko

65U2963DB £398 at Currys

Samsung QE55Q90R QLED HDR 2000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" TVPlus/Freesat HD 2x FREE 4K Blu Ray movies & Wireless Headphones at RGB £1099
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Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
SAMSUNG QE55Q90R + 2x FREE 4K Blu Ray movies & Wireless Headphones worth £69 + Free 5 Year warranty Samsung Q90RR TV lets you experience pixel-perfect contrast and captiv… Read more
Mugginz

Some great info in this screen. Vrr, gaming, maintenance and more here: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/q90-q90r-qled For comparison, here are the competing LG oleds: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/c9-oled https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

Mugginz

Nice. Good info. Wasn't aware that any of the Sammy screens had this functionality. Even stevens for the gaming use case then.

Njay

The Samsung q85/q90 are freesync (VRR) compatible. 1440@120hz VRR or 4k@60Hz VRR which works well with Xbox 1x. If you want fixed rate it will do up to 4k@120hz 10bit YCbCr 4:2:0

Mugginz

Nice. Same card I have and it copes well with 4k and 1440p at their respective refresh rates and fps. That's even with a few year old i7. Good luck with the buy. Definitely keep an eye out for the 5 year warranty deals on here.

Shinobei

I think I may get one now. I've got an MSI rtx 2080 so would love to experience gaming on an oled. I've heard they're going to bring out a HDMI to display port converter so 4K at 120hz gaming would be possible (y) (y)

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV +5 Year Warranty - £1,039 @ Electrical Experience
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Using Hollywood knowhow to make the most of its OLED screen, the Panasonic TX-55GZ950B delivers the truest picture quality. OLED for maximum contrast Using individual Organic Ligh… Read more
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maverick1103

Cracking deal! I've got the TX-55FZ802B which is just over a year old and it's a great OLED TV, like @drummerdave22 said QLEDs have higher brightness and are more of an all around TV, where OLEDs I feel are more catered to movies where you switch the light off and get engrossed in the vibrant colours and natural blacks you get from an OLED.

mvnorwood

No Disney Plus and not coming any time soon :(

Bluedrh

I bought it with the sound bar that now works out at £140 if you want to look at it that way. It was supposed to be £600 don't know about that but for this price jump in. (y)

unuspromulti

Awesome, I'm actually going to buy it from John Lewis with the soundbar on the other deal and hadn't thought about price matching, good thinking!

drummerdave22

I would say QLEDs are only better if you want high brightness and zero risk of screen burn. If you watch a lot of sports and have a bright room go for a QLED or LED. Otherwise OLED is the king and the Panasonic OLEDs are probably the best out there for outright picture accuracy and quality. Unless you are a big gamer then go for the LG B9/C9.

Sony KD-55AG8 Refurbished 4K OLED £999 @ Centres Direct
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Posted 27th JunPosted 27th Jun
Sony KD-55AG8 Refurbished 4K HDR TV with OLED screen, 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme and Acoustic Surface Audio Experience the realism of OLED pictures and Acoustic Surface Audio KD5… Read more
Masteryates

Cold from me. You can buy brand new OLEDs for this price.

gungading

Only paid a little more for the 65" cold for me, although the TV itself is the boom.

tim.gibbons

Amazing tv just got mine today, the upscaling is fantastic

Northerndave

Cold, post them all together

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Samsung The Frame (2019) QLED TV 55" £719 @ John Lewis
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John Lewis have the 2019 55" for £719. Decent saving on price a few months back. No cashback or extra frames but can get the frames for cheap on eBay.
si7

1 came in stock and i just had it in basket and its gone before I could get it ;( ;( ;(

will.broadbent

These are still available at this price in store. Just got the last one in Liverpool, check online some still had them (Leeds had one when I checked)

will.broadbent

Been trying to buy one of these for weeks. Fuming I missed it!

cityfais

amazing deal - missed it :(

Nayprob

Missed it waaaaaaaaaahaaaaa

LG 55 inch Nano Cell TV - 55SM8200PLA Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant - £502 @ Currys / ebay
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Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
Comes to £502 with 5% off code. Could also get extra 2% from Quidco. I went for this after seeing the glowing Which? review. It's one of their top-ranked 55"-60" sets, under £1k. … Read more
Enforcer1

I do. Still using my Samsung 46" HD which is as good as day 1. It is now 14 years old.

shadders139

For anyone who's bought this, I've created an owners thread over at AV Forums which you may be interested in: https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-sm8200-owners-and-discussion-thread.2299930/

shadders139

apparently its good for gaming, according to this review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHRrrtUaT88 (mentions gaming at round 3.45 mark i think)

shadders139

My quidco cashback tracked at £10.14 for this, so hopefully that comes through and will be a nice little bonus

sarathkoka

Is the 8600 worth splashing out for? I found a refurb version with 12 months warranty for £500 but not sure if it's worth it?

Philips TPVision 55OLED754 55 Inch TV Smart 4K Ultra HD Ambilight OLED Freeview £901.55 with code @ AO eBay
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Think this may have been about £10 cheaper in the past but still a good price
Kulaak

In the truth of things there is not much to watch in 4K unless you have SKY. Freeview is still stuck in the land of SD with a few (5 in my case) HD channels thrown in. Anything for 4K is generally streamed from TV apps with the problems of compression that ensues when the bandwidth isn't up to scratch or blu-ray players. I still see me watching a lot of stuff in SD!!!

Ouzoherb

I find the Amazon firestick or now tv stick gives me all the apps I need but the 720p is a little lacking, I've one at that resolution hd, and another plasma at full hd, which I think is 1080p and you can see the difference. 4k doesn't appeal to me yet.

Kulaak

Mine too but sadly showing it's age due to it's 720p resolution & lack of support for any apps! I'm now on the look for a OLED 4K. From what I've seen OLED clearly gives superior resolution & vibrancy.

Ouzoherb

Plasma was also much more expensive to make and the power required for 4k as you say was stupid. Im grateful my plasma is still going strong would buy another if they were still available.

Ouzoherb

Same here but they wont make that size due to shortage of panels and wanting to charge at the highest price points. Hopefully in a few years.

Sony Bravia KD55XF9005BU £659.98 (includes 5 year warranty) instore at Costco (Liverpool)
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th JunLocalLocal
Enjoy super-smooth images and smart connected tech with the X-Motion Clarity equipped Sony KD55XF9005. X-Motion Clarity Sony’s X-Motion Clarity makes use of the LED panel’s local … Read more
Bavy

Also available at Birmingham branch to, brought mine in December last year excellent tv in all departments

Yas_

Bought this at the Costco in Thurrock so can confirm it is Nationwide

Yas_

Is this nationwide?

Northerndave

I made contact via the chat and was connected to a sales rep at the Carlisle store, who offered me a package for £679 (£129 for the warranty). The week before I had spoken to a sales rep at the Leeds store who offered me a better warranty price on a different TV I was looking at (and sold out as I was thinking of it) and thought I'd give them a call. He offered the package for a total of £600....so I snapped his hand off and it's due to arrive Wednesday.

romster1

how did you you manage to speak to them and blag that? did you just use the chat option or contsct your local sony centre?

Sony KD55XG8505BU 55" £629.10 (65" = £809.10) 4K HDR Dolby Vision TV + Last Of Us 2 + £20 Just Eat voucher
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Turn your living room into a cinema with this 55-inch Sony Bravia TV. As well as a razor-sharp picture that’ll show off every detail, it’s got a 4K HDR processor X1 that makes ev… Read more
gaz_emma1

How on Earth do you manage to get all the offers in one go, I must have been trying for an hour

Steve.Campbell

I've got that model in the spare room. It's still a cracking set with 3D if you ever need it. Android O/S is very speedy with the latest firmware & developer options tinkered!

Bavy

Luckily this tv OS performance is fast, it's got the android 9 update, it's was one the 1st tvs to come with the new Bluetooth remote and new mediatek chipset allowing fast access to apps, settings. The picture quality is upgrade from the XG8096 because it has the x1 procceessor

Bavy

That's 2015 model

Bavy

That model was one off the 1st android tvs also came in 43inch it came with a very dated android 5,from that time there been massive differences in picture, usability, performance and quality, good time to update.

LG OLED55CX5 55" OLED Television - £1599 delivered @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
LG OLED55CX5 55" 4K OLED Smart Television with 3rd Generation Alpha9 processor, ThinQ AI and Dolby Atmos. The LG OLED55CX5 uses the new Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor which is designed … Read more
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wboy84

Ok is this worth than extra £400?

RUGAAL

Got for 999 from ebay seller c9 55

chevychase

Got this TV yesterday to replace an older Sony android model, wow what an upgrade all round. From picture quality to responsive its a huge improvement Couldn't fault the service from Peter Tyson's and would highly recommend anybody looking for a new TV to check this out as I can't imagine for the money there is anything better out there right now.

n00dles0up

Hi Metalex, I confirmed with this LG directly a while back. There is no difference, simply the factory where it came from. This is a qutoe from their email. "After having had a look into this for you, the various three-character codes at the end of the OLED CX model numbers (“5LB” and “6LA”) denote the factory in which they were manufactured. These do not affect the specification, quality or price of the TV, it is simply for our reference in case any frequent issues were to occur, then we would know which factory requires investigation." Hope that helps.

jonnybravo

Where you getting the c9 for £1,099?

Toshiba 55V6763DB 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR10 Freeview Smart WiFi HDMIx3 LED TV for £289.99 delivered @ Argos / eBay
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Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Live and breathe the on-screen action with this 55 Inch 4K HDR TV. Discover more vibrant colours, spectacular on-screen contrasts and real-life brightness. Thanks to the TV's Smart… Read more
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MSO

Good information

chancooluk

This was released in 2017. 7 series (e.g. U6763DB) are 2017 8 series (e.g. T6863DB) are 2018 A and 9 series (e.g. UL5A, TL7A, U2963DB)...etc are 2019 B and 0 series (UA4B , u2063db) are 2020.

MaxxHaze

I'm looking for recommendations for a cheap (£300 max) 4k TV about 40 inch with decent refresh rate for my son for gaming? Thanks

rumee007

Wrong Price. Ebay price £554.68

john5877

How does this compare to the hisense one posted from john lewis?

LG OLED55B9PLA 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £949 @ Costco (Members Only)
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Requires Costco membership which is £15 I think for online only purchases. Price includes delivery. 5 year warranty. May be out of stock online but they had plenty in stock at Shef… Read more
daxx2009

costco still have stock in store now £1019 and online its £950

ChrisGC

Bought. Thanks op!

matt_troughton

Thanks!

Jonwillis

Still in stock

matt_troughton

Can someone please confirm if this is still in stock on costco please? Just want to check before buying membership!

Hisense H55B7500UK (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play + 5 yrs guarantee for £329 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
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Nice Hisense for the price. Reduced £50 at John Lewis and comes with 5 years guarantee. Immerse yourself in the 4K HDR detail of Hisense’s B7500. Dolby Vision HDR delivers a ci… Read more
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mickymcd

TV's back in stock but back to £379 hope they get reduced again auntie is on look out for a 55" TV with decent warranty

d_jumper

Got mine yesterday. After turning off all the image processing I’m really impressed with the picture quality. We only use apps to watch tv, (don’t even have an areal) and they all look great, especially Dolbyvision Netflix titles. Sound is a bit disappointing and the lipsync issues with Bluetooth don’t help. Looks like I’m going to have to invest in an optical soundbar.

mickymcd

Price gone up and out of stock hoping the deal comes back on when in stock

jamie1156

You lot are too quick!!! Lol

chesterfan52

Mine arrived, after a few bits of fiddling with settings, I'm really impressed, picture is sharp and vibrant on HD and 4K sources. Little bit of lip sync issues that was sorted through the settings and it was good to go. Tried Game Mode with Spiderman on PS4 and generally it looked very good. I'm very happy with it for the money

LG OLED55E9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant +5 years guarantee for £1439 delivered (with code) @ Currys eBay
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Nice price for this award winning OLED TV. :) Seems to be the best offer available. Use code PANORAMA at checkout. +Free delivery and 5 years guarantee Perfection from pi… Read more
2manymilos

I don't like look of the band at the bottom of the screen on the E9, where the speakers, are so it wasn't that clear a choice for me. All personal preferences though

oni66

I've read on AV forums that the E9 glass panel vibrates when the sound is at a certain level. I think this may cause issues down the line so a C9 seems better value for money.

d3fy

Website says 12 months warranty?

Ultra_Magnus

For those not wanting a soundbar the E9 is the clear winner. Also the E9 has a glass panel design making it far sleeker than the B9/C9. Apart from that, go for the C9 or if you want to really save the pennies but still have OLED grab the B9.

roshambo

AFAIK C9 and upwards have a better processor than the B9 so IMO there’s a bigger jump from B9>C9 than C9>E9. All awesome TVs so if it fits in your budget, well worth going for them!

Samsung QE55Q90RATXXU 55" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 + Free Samsung VGSGSM11S TV Stand + 2 Free Blu-ray's- £1,099 With Code @ PRC Direct
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Samsung QE55Q90RATXXU 55" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV Special offers • Free 5 year Parts and Labour Warranty by Retracare • 2x Free 4K Blu-ray Films (worth £30) • Exclu… Read more
garnerw

They price matched the PRC deal

garnerw

I got this for £1049 with a 6 year guarantee and 3x4k blurays from Richer Sounds today

wipe0wt2097

C9 is what I got, but be warned there is a risk of screen burn according to rtings......but the performance of the OLEDS are unbeatable and come with gsync via hdmi 2 which is a marvel since you could only get high refresh through other ports

wipe0wt2097

If only gsync compatible

Hicksyboy

Torn between this and the C9. How are you getting on with this set. Are you impressed?

Hisense H55B7300UK 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £319.99 Delivered @ Costco
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Good price with a 5 year warranty.. See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with this Hisense H55B7300UK TV. 4K UHD offers 4x more pixels than Full HD whilst HDR makes blacks darker, … Read more
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devs

Thanks mate, can't see the deal. Guess its expired. Can you remeber what size it was? Ideally looking for a 50 or 55"

Ukguy101

How about the lg 6300 posted recently £180 i think.

PennyTrader

Strange that, I've got the 43" version of the 7500 and it's been fine, although it does have an issue in the middle of the night in that it lights up some attached USB backlights which I've had to disconnect, but apart from that picture is good and no issues with the WiFi etc

defgimp

I got this model recently and while it's ok, it does have some strange habits? It disconnects from the wifi daily, have to log in and connect to it again? It's got some weird auto dimming feature that I can't seem to turn off, makes one scene light and then darkens the next scene and then lightens up the next, etc?? Anyone else got one of these and does yours do that? :)

devs

Thanks guys, its for a holiday let and am on a budget - was ideally looking for around the £330 mark. :(

PANASONIC TX-55GZ950B 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV +Spotify +5 years guarantee for £1049 (with code) delivered @ Currys PC World
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Decent offer for this Panasonic OLED by itself with 5 years guarantee. Great value and with impressive sound according to What HiFi which awarded it five stars. Reduced at Cur… Read more
Fussy

Code not working for me?

mikewadkins35

No issues before so guess it was fine lol

devlino

Any difference?

mikewadkins35

It ran an hour after you posted that lol

mikewadkins35

The higher panasonics in the range

Panasonic Package Deal TX-55GZ950B 55" UHD 4K Dolby Atmos OLED TV + Panasonic SC-HTB900 Bluetooth Wi-Fi Sound Bar Dolby Atmos £1238 @ Hughes
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Panasonic Package Deal - PAN-SCHTB900EBK Soundbar & PAN-TX55GZ950B Oled tv Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55" UHD 4K Dolby Atmos OLED TV Achieve high picture performance with the Pana… Read more
TcheboRashka

did it tracked?

tommo111

I've just ordered, seems a cracking deal to me. Also possible 8.25% Quidco cashback if it tracks which would get it under £1200. To my thinking that's a £600ish sound bar for £100ish.

Hotnotspicy

Prefer LG Oled Bundle https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55b9pla-sl8yg-55-inch-oled-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-freesat-hd-312-ch-high-res-audio-soundbar-with-dolby-atmos-3478629 (y)

Buttmonk3y

Is the Panasonic warranty good?

MIDURIX

I have the 55EZ952, lovely tv.

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55” £1,099.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
What hi-fi 5stars Panasonic’s GZ950 OLED TV is compatible with multiple HDR formats, including Dolby Vision, for cinematic visuals as the original director intended, powered by t… Read more
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cheekster

John Lewis £100 e-gift card promo Ran 26th May until 9th June. Claims can be submitted online between 14th and 31st July 2020.

tievolu

I ordered from JL today. I don't think the price will go much lower - maybe down to £999 for the last few if you're lucky enough to catch them, but you could easily miss the boat at that point. I don't think they'll be around for long at £1099 to be honest. Currys and Argos are already almost completely out of stock, with just a few units left in random stores.

v8griff

Of course these are the 2019 models. The new 2020 versions should be released any time now (normally June/July every year). Hanging on for further reductions...fingers crossed.

shakerman

Hi, thanks for the advice. My living room is quite well lit, and the current tv reflects a lot when sat off centre so seems like I should avoid this

v8griff

Great deal, unfortunately no savings on the 65” version.

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