OLED TV Deals & Offers

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Delivering crystal-clear visuals, incredible colours and smooth refresh rates, OLED TVs are firmly at the top of the home entertainment tree. Anyone who wants to find the right OLED for their home can use this buyer's guide to pick the perfect set. Shoppers can find the best offer and discounts on the hotukdeals OLED TV listings. Read more
LG OLED65BX6LB (2020) 65" OLED @ Jacamo
Posted 3 h, 51 m agoPosted 3 h, 51 m ago
Cheapest price I have seen for a 65" LG BX OLED. Not sure about the warranty though.

£1249 with discount code "SAVE3"


Yeah blimey but no warranty info as far as I can see. You have to have 5yrs as otherwise little point! (annoyed)



Refurbushed LG OLED55CX5LB 55'' Ultra HD 4K Smart HDR OLED TV £901.55 delivered with code @ yellowelectronics / ebay
19/05/2021Expires on 19/05/2021Posted 18 h, 46 m agoPosted 18 h, 46 m ago
SELF-LIT LG OLED: the most innovative technology in TV Ultimate 4K Ultra HD picture quality enhanced by the LG α9 Gen 3 processor Dolby Atmos giving immersive three-dimensional sou… Read more

Its always good to buy anywhere but not ebay. :p


they do offer paypal though so not sure about those reviews, having said that, theres no actual positive reviews either and i was offered a 30% off sign up, sounds too good to be true


The Panasonic is £ 898 at Severn oaks electrical with 5 year warranty.


Thanks. John Lewis declined to price match them since the code isn't visible on the website but they do offer £100 giftcard and I have £250 with them in vouchers. I can try RS to price match PRC as well, see what they say. Decisions Decisions.


https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55cx5lb-55-cx-series-4k-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-5-year-warranty-and-free-fn4-wireless-headphones-ps1098-delivered-at-prc-direct-3715467 (y)

Panasonic TX65HZ980B 65 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play £1299 with code @ RGB Direct
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Stonkingly good tv with a beautiful OLED panel. Usually £1599 but £300 off at the moment with 5 year warranty. Like a mini cinema screen! Has HDR10 HDR10+ and dolby vision. You ca… Read more

Fair enough, packaging is unlikely to be refreshed but the seller is obligated to follow the rules. Aside from any energy consumption, how is it?


When mine arrived the sheet was inside the box and said a rated. I expect a court would not expect a company to retroactively open every box and update the sheet in thousands of items, but simply to ensure stock created after the new law came in was aporopriately labelled.


I ordered this too and received it today (y) (y) (y) (y)


120 Hz is only really required for serious gamers.


It outputs at 50hz as well. I can confirm that.

Panasonic TX-55HZ980B 55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR Master OLED TV w/ Dolby Atmos & Vision Free 5Yr Guarantee - £898 with code @ Sevenoaks Sound
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Panasonic TX55HZ980B 55" Ultra High definition 4K OLED Television, with Dolby Vision, HDR10/10+ and HLG, Netflix Calibrated Mode, and Panasonic`s HCX Pro Intelligent Processor. C… Read more

panasonic is definately better picture quality for movies etc


Thanks very much, very helpful!


When you snooze you loose.


Probably sold out. Doesn't seem a available product on their website.


IMO, as both use self emitting light the difference is not great at least for 1080 HD material. Whilst my Pioneer is only 720p it does a really great job on HD material. It's hard not to like anything about it. However 4K is the way to go which is where these TV's shine. HDR is just another dimension plasma just can't compete. Whilst content of 4K HDR is not brimming at the moment it is very available via blu-ray (the best you'll likely ever see it) or the likes of Amazon, Sky or Netflix. I also believe OLED's colour calibration/accuracy is improved upon, especially because they have built in Netflix & Filmmaker modes. Sony does not have a Filmmaker mode (well I think the 2021 XR model does) but it does have heaps of experience in the cinema/film arena & has a reference standard broadcast display to build upon. I think if you were to buy one of these you will be hankering over ever more & more UHD 4K material because it is so much more impressive. Brighter, stronger colours & improved colour detail. However you may be disappointed on how it displays some material like football it may not appear so sharp & free flowing. I think this is a drawback of OLED but 1 of very few. Is it worth spending over a grand on? Probably not but will be many years before they come down in price & then something new & better will be available. It may just be you'll miss out on what is available now for many years to come. For me it was a hard one to swallow. £50 Pioneer vs £1450 Sony! However for that extra I did get a TV with built in apps, Network ready, Digital HD tuner, Dolby Atmos capable, Acoustic surface audio, bigger screen (55" which also makes a more immersive difference), more real estate picture (missing edge display info on Pioneer (rather like comparing a analog signal to a widescreen digital signal, but not so great!), better colour accuracy & the ability to watch Dolby vision & HDR content. Also a much smarter thinner panel & surround to look at. Oh yea & google commands via the remote. One more thing I must add. It is clear the OLED panel is a dark black in comparison to the Pioneer which is more of a shade of dark grey.

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PHILIPS Ambilight 55OLED705/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV - £949.05 With Code (UK Mainland & NI) @ Currys On Ebay
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Reduced with code. Key Features Get a more realistic image Discover shows and movies as the director intended with the Philips Ambilight 55OLED705/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR… Read more

I can barely tell the difference between 1080p and 4K on my 58" 4K TV. HDR makes a difference, but the resolution is almost completely unnoticeable (although it could be because most 4K content is mastered at 2K upscaled to 4K). I expect 8K will make even less difference, unless you get a huge TV and sit 2ft from it. Fab deal on the 705. Heat from me.


This is an insane £899 at Richer Sounds NI now. Mental price for those on Northern Ireland.


If you play COD Warzone and like PlayStation 3 graphics when doing so, then the LG CX is the only option (ninja) Joking aside, any OLED is a great TV. The CX has the HDMI 2.1 features that in years to come, will become more useful but are currently fairly limited due to the fact the new consoles cannot actually do 4K 120 without some serious quality reductions. It honestly looks laughable. I compare it to playing on Ultra low settings on PC. The 705 like all Philips TVs has Ambilight. In mine and most people who have experienced it, it's hard to use another brand after you have had Ambilight. If you can wait, Philips have 2 new models coming, the 706 and 806. These two have all the new HDMI 2.1 features of you need them, a new processor and of course Ambilight. I'll be picking up a 706 myself and putting my 705 upstairs when the price is right.


They will price match


I bought one of these as it’s a good price but I’m sending it back I never realised it didn’t have the 2.1 HDMI and that’s what I’m after for my new Xbox Seeies X

Gigabyte AERO 15 OLED laptop - £2,249.99 @ Box
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Cheap for a 15.6" UHD AMOLED gaming laptop. Comes with Chilvalry 2, HITMAN 3 and 6 Months FREE GeForce Now. Intel Core i7-10870H Octa Core Processor 15.6" UHD AMOLED 100% Adob… Read more

why would anybody want a 15 inch 4k screen (other than to tell people it's 4k)? also only 105W Max power on the 3070 https://www.gigabyte.com/WebPage/784/


Got my desktop running nice and sweet and im working from home more and more so its gotta go, too expensive to have hanging around the house doing nothing, literally..


Insane price,i would'nt keep your fingers crossed for a deal on Black Friday either.Look's like this Gigabyte is heading for Frostbyte !


Why are you selling it? Upgrading?


I got a Dell 15 7590 with 4K OLED with touch and i got to say its eye bleedingly good, its a pity im having to sell it on.... the screen just pops , stunning!