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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.

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LG OLED65B8SLC 65" £1,934.89 with code @ Costco online
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Cheapest I have seen with 5 year warranty. Potential to earn 2% cashback if you are an executive member making it £1896.19.

“LG ThinQ AI Magic Remote (sold seperately). Standard remote supplied”. Is this standard? The John Lewis site doesn’t say it’s an additional extra?


Totally agree!!!


Makes sense.




Always buy the biggest TV your credit card can handle.

LG OLED55B8SLC OLED 4K HDR Smart TV, 55" with 5 year guarantee included, Black & Silver @ john lewis & partners
Refreshed 19th NovRefreshed 19th Nov
0% APR Representative: Interest Free Credit over 18 months, is available when you purchase this LG TV. Terms and conditions apply: https://www.johnlewis.com/our-services/electrica… Read more
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for those wanting to know if the tv is any good for gaming : https://displaylag.com/best-low-input-lag-tvs-gaming-by-gamers/


Shame the peak brightness is just slightly over 600 nits, that's a no for me.


I was under the impression that LG has the best UI/OS of any TV. It certainately scores highly in the reviews I've read. As for the One Box....100% agree. It's such a good idea having all the connections in a seperate box. It beggars belief other manufacturers haven't adopted it.


Screen burn on these OLEDS is horrendous


I know they plan to release the HDMI 2.1 upgrade for the 8K Samsung Q900R, but I don’t know about the Q9FN. I suspect they probably won’t, and you might have to wait for the Q10 for that.

Philips 55POS9002/05 55" Smart  OLED TV at ao.com for £1199
Refreshed 19th NovRefreshed 19th Nov
Good price. Highly rated. What HiFi said it was fantastic for HDR content. Ambilight 4K Ultra HD Certified TV with HDR OLED - Chrome - [B Rated]

Not for all.


I really wish there was an ambilight solution for other TVs you could buy.


Wouldn’t recommend this TV to anyone. Had it 3 months and stunning picture, but unbelievable amount of software issues and Philips haven’t updated it since last November. OS and control are awful too. Luckily Amazon will return mine for full refund and the LG 2018 OLEDs are now close to this price. Will miss the Ambilight though!


Is anyone else seeing Homer and Marge Simpson in the centre of the screen?


Lack of dolby vision is a buzzkill. Not added via firmware either.

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LG 65 C8 - LG OLED65C8PLA- John Lewis & Partners with 5 year guarantee - £2399
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Cheapest we have had the C8 65inch. £2399 with JL
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Im in the same boat but to be honest the black levels on the q9 are so close to the oled that there’s very little between them. If you couple that with the sweet gaming mode on the q9, ease of set up and no risk of screen burn, the q9 wins it for me. Black Friday prices will be the decider I think but if they are both the same cost I’ll defo go with the q9.


This is normally the lowest they go. Got mine reserved from Richer Sounds for £2329. Gonna hold off to Friday to see if it drops further.




What’s the difference between b8 c8 n e8? I’m in the market for one but Confused about the difference n the justification in price difference. Any shed of light would be appreciated thanks.


It has also dropped at Richer and PeterTyson if you prefer or are local to those. https://www.richersounds.com/lg-oled65c8pla.html https://petertyson.co.uk/lg-oled65c8-65-4k-uhd-oled-tv Only recently has it dropped so i think its unlikely to drop on Friday, but I'll wait all the same. I can't decide between the Sammy Q9FN or LG C8 and since they are the same price - I think the LG is winning. Samsung being the sensible and safer choice but OLED black levels are almost irresistible(I've seen them both in person).

TOSHIBA 55X9863DB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1199 @ Currys
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
- More authentic blacks and striking colours with a 4K OLED panel - Capture a wider spectrum of sound with integrated Onkyo speakers - Catch up direct from the TV guide with Free… Read more

LG make OLED displays for all TV manufacturers including Sony and Panasonic as they are the only manufacture to produce OLED panels. This TV is not even made by Toshiba as they pulled out of the TV market a long time ago and sold the rights to use the Toshiba name to Vestel. Vestel TV's don't have the best reputation for quality and the only reviews that I have managed to find for this TV are all user reviews which is not a good sign. My advice would be to spend the extra £100 and buy the LG B8 which has plenty of user and professional reviews that are all positive. I'm not voting hot or cold as this is the cheapest the Toshiba OLED has been but I still don't consider this a deal when the better LG OLED can be had for not much more.


This from an early preview from What Hifi what we see is promising. Unsurprisingly for an OLED telly, black levels are considerably more impressive than the LCD models


Really good deal. Wish there were reviews for it, the few user reviews seem positive


This from What HiFi The 55-inch Toshiba 55X9863DB 4K OLED TV is now £1199, down from £1499. It supports 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision, has Freeview Play, and is compatible with Amazon Alexa voice control. Toshiba's OLED TVs are made by LG Display, who have turned out excellent OLED screens for a whole host of manufacturers on the market.


This from What HiFi magazine The 55-inch Toshiba 55X9863DB 4K OLED TV is now £1199, down from £1499. It supports 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision, has Freeview Play, and is compatible with Amazon Alexa voice control. Toshiba's OLED TVs are made by LG DISPLAY, who have turned out excellent OLED screens for a whole host of manufacturers on the market.

LG OLED55B8S 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR, Smart, Dolby Atmos, OLED TV With Freeview Play £1299.99 @ Littlewoods
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
LG OLED55B8S 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR, Smart, Dolby Atmos, OLED TV With Freeview Play. 20% off on top if you Buy now pay later. Total price works out at £1040.

Oh - I follow your maths now. With the £800 paid the account would be £800 in credit. So it wouldn't be an additional £800 tacked on to the TV...that'd be madness. My question was more so if Littlewoods will allow the overpayment (especially of that much) on their account to allow the purchase. Will ring them tomorrow. (y)


Forgot to mention the figures i stated are excluding interest.


Oh I got ya. Well the £1299 would be paid off well ahead of the BNPL interest. So assume would still net to the £1040. Well worth checking if the add'l £800 payment at all impacts the 20% offer/BNPL.


This tv is advertised everywhere else at 1299. Little woods stoking the price to 2599. Maybe this was the price when this tv first came to market.


You have £500 and pay £800 towards the account gives you £1300 credit. If eligible bnpl would give you around £260 back so the tv would go down to £1040 which would then be outstanding so the total you'd be paying is £1840

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Panasonic TX55FZ802B 4K OLED TV + 6 Year Warranty £1499 @ Richer Sounds
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
With a week to go to Black Friday, I can't see this dropping any further (hope I'm wrong about that) Excellent TV with the peace of mind of Richer Sounds better than average custo… Read more
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Ahh ok. Always phone if you can, you'll get a decision more quickly. ;)


Exactly same..


Website price match thing


Always liked Panasonic myself (not a fanboy as such) they just seem to make solid products. I'd happily buy LG or Sony though, if the price/performance was right for what I need or look for in a TV.


OK, got you! Amen to the last two sentences!:) and it’s nothing to do with Panasonic as I am no fanboy of any brand. If Sony or LG made telly that produces picture to match FZ series (if to believe the reviews so most natural looking one) I would be all over it. Somehow though, I am happy it’s Panasonic (lol) 😜

LG OLED65B8S 65" OLED TV B8 plus 5 year warranty - £1999  @ Crampton & Moore
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Some £65 cheaper than last week & No code 5year warranty Features Perfect Colour on Perfect Black Alpha 7 Processor AI TV Cinema HDR Dolby Atmos Crescent Stand

Minus 69 (y)


Why is this cold?? People posting other deals that aren’t even the same offer.


£1600 after cashback here No 5yr warranty though.


Fair enough


I may have missed a coop code but >>>> Optional 5 Year Television Warranty - £299.25 …. <<<< wow

LG 55inch 4K UHD HDR SMART OLED TV OLED55B8SLC £1179 with Code at Co-op Electrical
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Best Deal I have seen so far on the LG OLED, Use Code EBF100 code must be in capitals.

In my experience you go back to them and excuses are made, I mean after 5 years they don't even have the ability to repair it any more, no replacements nothing. So unless it has an obvious fault like sound or image not working, they don't care. However that is never the fault, usually for me it's the panel has developed like 50 dead pixels... but that comes under normal wear. Even if you have something obvious you just get dragged down this long travel before giving up. I had it with my last TV before getting the KS7000, it was a plasma Panasonic and Currys kept saying it was Panasonics responsibility, Panasonic saying it was Curry's... you cannot do anything unless you're willing to go to court or whatever. I mean what were they going to do with a Plasma? All the factories are gone, even if they offered a replacement, it would have been a cheap PoS, not and OLED.


Why do you think that. Thought they were pretty successful.


Coop warranty includes accidental cover


Richer sounds will only price match if it has a similar warranty


Put SPF50 all over mine - better safe than sorry

LG 65inch 4K UHD HDR SMART OLED TV OLED65B8SLC £1899 with code at Co-op Electrical
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Best price I’ve seen in the 65 inch version, use code EBF100 code must be in capitals, code will work on any TV over £999 for a £100 discount

£9.99 delivery on a JL match this end.


Bit the bullet and got the Samsung QE65Q9FN for £2250


No worries! (y) 🏻


Thanks for the info, requested a pricematch myself now. I already have one for £2419 so trying to knock that price down as new soundbar I'm after is bloomin' expensive so got to get the totals down a bit ;)


Nope, from my experience they very rarely do

LG OLED55B8S 55" OLED TV @ £1299 - Crampton & Moore
30/11/2018Expires on 30/11/2018Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
LG OLED55B8S 55" OLED TV B8 INCLUDES 5YR Protection Plan Perfect Colour on Perfect Black OLED pixels create an astonishingly accurate and wide colour range which is presented on… Read more

I would avoid c&m as my tv I purchased from them with a 5year warranty went wrong after 2 years and they are not interested , they just fob you off. I would stick to John Lewis or Costco in the future


The speakers aren’t as good as the version with the other stand, so if you’re not using a sound bar, beware. PLA: Output40WChannel2.2 ch SLC Output20WChannel2.0ch

LG OLED55B8PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1299 Currys
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Wonder if the C8 will reduce further

So would the15% Quidco potentially bring the price down to £1105 :/


I reckon the B8’s a better looker


Thanks for the answer! It sounds like PLA in Curry's is better TV. I then went on Curry's website and found PLA has shown 5 years guarantee on their website, but SLC has no guarantee shown on Curry's website. When I compare on those two models on Curry's, SLC is shown 1 year guarantee. I must have missed something. I may just wait for C8 then (lol) , when it drops to £1299, I will jump!


For precise details you can compare models on the lg.com website. The SLC is the one with the crescent stand that most places sell, with 20W speakers. The PLA is a variant which Currys has exclusivity on and which has a lower sloping stand, and it has two additional woofers totalling 40W sound output.


Is this good for playing xbox one games on as dont want lag looking for tv OLED 4k

LG OLED55B8SLC  55-Inch Premium 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV £1289 Amazon (with voucher)
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Best price I've seen for this 2018 LG model. A sign of things to come for Black Friday for these entry level OLEDs perhaps? Edit: £1289 with £10 voucher

Hi also wondering does anyone have a recommendation on the wall bracket to use for this tv? Thank you


Not sure I agree, but if they are still around for another four years my B6 will still be covered.


Woolworths was around for 100 years, Maplin for 50. Comet for 80. The high street is dying.


I don't know mate, they have been around 40 odd years now.


I definitely know which company will still be around in 5 years and it’s not Richer Sounds.

LG OLED65B8S 65 inch, 4K Ultra HD HDR £1989 with voucher at VERY
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Lg 65inch B8 Oled, use voucher for extra tenner off to bring to 1989

If I’m spending £2000 on a tv I would rather go to the shop and pick it up than run the risk of a delivery driver chucking it about before it arrives (lol)


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Amazon doing it for £1999 if you prefer them instead of Very.

Phillips 55POS9002/05 5 Oled with ambilight pos 9002 Android Smart TV £1199 @ Amazon
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Phillips oled tv, this matches the best price I’ve seen on this mode
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9% off this if you go via quidco - Trying to post about it but F***** mods blocking it Anything marked as black Friday should be 9% cashback via quidco.


They haven't published that date, but if you ask their support dept, that's what they say


Do you know where I can look this up?


I have this set and despite it being OLED it's genuinely lovely. The promised software updates... YMMV but as I use an Nvidia Shield and a PS4 for video sources I haven't really noticed any software issues. The Ambilight is *great* - really adds to any viewing experience


Its been coming in September, October, November and now December. I don't hold out much hope!

LG OLED55B8S 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR, Smart, Dolby Atmos, OLED TV with Freeview Play £1289 @ Very
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
12 Months Buy Now Pay Later add. Panel Bit Depth 10 Bit HDR Format Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HLG In stock. Delivery from 24 Hours.

I believe so far yes. They both helped found that version of HDR.


Haven’t only Samsung and Panasonic adopted HDR10+? Everyone else went with other options.


Yes, got this deal. Yet to see it beaten. Service was great as well from them. You get 1 years warranty with LG and then RGB automatically register you for the other 4 years via themselves. Didn't have to do a single thing


Still cheaper to get it from RGB Direct (£1199, possibly 1189). They're doing an offer on the B7, which is actually out of stock despite what the website says, and upgrading orders to the B8. (Incl 5 yrs warranty (topped up by a 3rd party - D&G - policy) and a LAS260B soundbar (worth around £50)). See the thread on this where I and others have got this deal. This was from a month or so ago and haven't seen a deal come close to it yet...


Heat. Although it doesn’t have HDR10+. It has HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG and LG’s own HDR Pro.

LG OLED55C8PLA 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart OLED TV - Brand New @ districtelectricals for £1499.99
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Add a 5 year warranty for £99 Potential price match somewhere
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My local Richer Sounds price matched the £1499.99 including their 6 year warranty. I think it's gone up now at District Electricals though.


Thank you John Lewis has price matched for 1518.99 with the 5 year guarantee I think I gotta go for it can’t see it going down much less for Black Friday


gone a bit cold in here im gone


John Lewis did a price match with me for the 65" a short while ago without mentioning the guarantee, all they added on was the delivery fee so worth a shot with them.


£100 off 1700 is not a hot deal by any stretch

LG OLED55B7V 55 inch Premium 4K UHDTV £1299 @ Amazon
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Only 7 left in stock as of posting. Seems a good deal but it is the 2017 version.

Paid £995 from John Lewis 5 weeks ago


Cheaper elsewhere


Old model, not worth this price


Same price in a few other places.


They should be selling this at £1000 :D

LG OLED55B8S 55" OLED TV with 5 Year Warranty £1249 @ Crampton & Moore
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Cheapest I've seen this TV now, last deal I saw was still over £1300. Link will take you to the Crampton & Moore discount club website - you'll need to register (completely fr… Read more
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If you will find good deal let me know! :D


LOL. I forsee similar issues. Therefore I will order online to benefit from the opportunity to return via Distance Selling Regs if the worst happens and the choice is out of my hands.


Clever of them to say phone only so you can’t go elsewhere for a price match. Can’t bring myself to order something this expensive unless it’s from amazon, RS or JL. Come to think of it, why don’t amazon sell OLED’s? They only seem to stock cheaper sets.


Yeah, maybe you're right. Maybe it's hasty, but it's a great deal and i don't see it going much lower.


I was trying to get the B7 for 1000, but they wouldn’t do it and offered me that. I dunno why I bothered as I don’t want an oled after my one I returned got image burn real quick. Watching morning TV and they have a constant banner at the bottom, that’s what burnt in. Just dont don’t want the hassle of having to worry about what I watch. So no idea why I’m now trying to get a deal on an oled again, I like my ks7000 still.

Panasonic 55FZ802B 4K OLED TV now only £1499 @ Panasonic Store
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Stonking TV, and incredible spec for the price. Obviously Black Friday is coming up, but I can't see it dropping much lower than this. This is the same as the FZ952 but without the… Read more
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It wasn't this morning! XD


It's still £1699 at Hughes?


Yeah it seems to have dropped in a few places. Hughes have it at the same price with a discount code for a further £75 off, which is even cheaper. Can't be bothered to list the same TV again though haha.


Looks like JL price matched it.


This has expired already. Back to £1699.

Sony KD-65A1 Refurbished OLED 4K HDR TV with 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme - Refurbished £1649 @ Centres Direct
Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
Very cheap if you fancy Refurbished TV See incredible contrast with an OLED 4K HDR screen with an ultra-narrow frame, Acoustic Surface™ technology and Android TV. KD65A1BU.A Ref… Read more

Ive had a refurbished Sony 55 now for 3 yrs £600 12 months warranty and so far so good, no problems but it was from Sony.. Wouldnt stop me considering another refurb, seems like you got a good deal to me..


Good move mate!! Hope it is as good as new!!


Dropped them a line and was offered 5 years for £80, so going to take it. It's a Grade A refurb, so good chance it's literally been a change of mind, fingers crossed!


Refurbished OLED, yikes


I definitely recommend that you do!

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