Samsung TV Deals

Samsung TV Deals & Offers

3,797 deals70,085 comments
Samsung UE55MU7000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £649 @ Co-Op Electrical
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Use the voucher code CT50 at the checkout. Valid until 14 June 2018.

I agree, JL or Costco (good CS too) I have 2 Samsung KS9000’s both from JL, one 65inch one 55inch, both had issues with light bleed/clouding. Both ok now. Speaking to the engineers who did the screen swap on one of mine it’s the price we pay for these ultra thin screens. Mind you, when they are good, they are very very good.


yep 100% with the 55 inch, now i have a good one it has a great quality pic. However no chance I would buy from anywhere else but JL now, their CS is fantastic


I'm torn between this and one of the new Hisense 55 U7. How reflective is the screen on the Mu7, and how does it handle the footie? Ta


I was torn between this and the Sony Xe8596 - the deciding factor was that the Sony isn't certified for iPlayer (world cup 4k) and reading online folks had massive issues even getting the FA cup 4k stream to load... Samsung wins this time (first time not buying Sony...)


The interface is too slow on the Sony for me. Samsung is much better, but with ads (shock)

Samsung 50" UE50MU6120 4K TV - £379.99 @ RGBDirect (code SAVE50)
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Initial price £429.99, as the page itself says, "Use promo code SAVE50 at checkout to receive 50 pounds discount."

Bought this from John Lewis yesterday they did a price match for £379 with RGB They don't have stock online so reserve in store. Assistant was cheeky when showing me this and UE49MU6400 as the UE50MU6120 was on bbc SD and other was BBC HD so big difference in quality and they were convincing me I should get more expensive MU6400 as it better 'quality.


Received mine late today. All set up and looks fantastic compared to my 5 year old 40" of about the same price (maybe £50 cheaper at the time). Very impressed and none of the issues you mentioned (so far). I would give it one last shot if I were you.


Anyone ??


Talking or complaining on your own isn’t likely to work unless you absolutely know what your talking about regarding the sale if goods act also worth looking to see if there have been amendments to the sale of goods act I’m sure after 6 months you have to prove the tv was faulty when sold and get a tv engineers report that states that! to get the matter settled in your favour I had to get the help of trading standard when I disputed a tv with comet a few years ago before the went bust, under these circumstances buying a tv may be best from rs or John Lewis with their price matching and free warranties as takes the hassle out of the buying if you don’t like it or get a fault


I know, unfortunately those companies don’t give a crap. Curry’s are abusive, LG are morons.

Samsung UE55MU6120 55 inch TV £419 @ RGB Direct
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Samsung UE55MU6120 55 inch LED Flat UHD Smart TV (4K HDR) Initial price £449, use code SPORTS30 for a £30 discount.

I have the 50 inch version and for the money it's a fantastic set.


Just got my email from John Lewis to say they will match price. Worth doing for 5 year warranty


Nice, got my price match. Had a hisense but it keeps freezing. Looked at the LG but just don't fancy it.


3 days and nothing from JL. Phoned them and just need to wait a few more days....


how does this compare to Panasonic TX-50EX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" appreciate Samsung is 55"

WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
HotUKDealsPromo Yes!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
Samsung 50" NU7400 4K UHD £100 saving use voucher SAMSUNG100 @ BTShop
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Current price £779, use the voucher code SAMSUNG100 to get for £679 with free delivery. This is a new 2018 TV. 50'' NU7400 Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K… Read more

Yes... Just saying that MU7000 is much better value


This is the equivalent of the mu6400....not 7000.


Whats the deal ??? 50" with only 60Hz 8bits + frc and 1 year warranty hmm... when 55" MU7000 with 10 bit 120Hz panel and 5 or 6 year warranty is same price


That's the 43" at £649. The same 50" on that site is £879


That's the 43" Model

Samsung Q6F Series QE55Q6FAMT - 55 inch 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1000 Smart QLED TV TVPlus £835.05 @ Richer Sounds
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
RRP £879, get it for £835.05 at Richer Sounds (in-store and online) with free delivery using code WC5 for 5% off. Also comes with 6 year guarantee!!… Read more

Surely not for a simple opinion!? (cheeky)


Citation needed...


Sony tvs (poo)


This or the 55 mu7000 :/ this is £166 more..


65’’ about £1400

£50 off ANY item over £500 including Panasonic/Samsung TV Sonos Bosch Neff Hotpoint and lots more @ Smiths TV
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Great deal I received via email as a thankyou for signing up to their newsletter. Long time follower first time post! (excited) A company local to me who I have bought off befor… Read more
Read More
alexjameshaines - give me strength. They have a domain but don't use it for business grade email (annoyed) Heat btw!

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
Samsung 55 inch 4K ultra HD MU8000 TV with 5yr warranty for £749 at RGB Direct
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
John Lewis will price match and Richer Sounds will beat the price. It comes with 5 year warranty by registration. It also comes with 10 year Screen burn warranty, Also availa… Read more

Samsung were a bit sneaky on this one, the smaller versions get poorer panels. Within the size & budget constraints you can either go for Phillips - or occasionally the odd Panasonic EX750B pops up on their ebay store for £500. Both of them have 10 bit and 120hz.


Just bought the 49" MU7000 the other day. Didn't realise that it was only 60hz and 8bit. 😯My flat can't fit a TV larger than 50" though. Is it even a decent 4k set for the price?? Really don't have the budget to go any more expensive...


local dimming, higher brightness, better viewing angles. those are pretty "major" points :)


I've got the 65 inch and it can be wall mounted so I presume this can be as well


There it's no such thing as a too big telly! My pc monitor is 43 inches

SAMSUNG 55 6120 £399@ Very when bought on BNPL using voucher code
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
I thought I got a bargain in January when I paid £454 for this tv on the coop ebay deal but with 20%credit back its effectively £399. this tv does come with bluetooth just needs to… Read more

Alot of tv for a good price ordered thanks .




question is can the 20% be used to pay off the BNPL ? very tempted with this.. but would want to be able to use the £100 (20%) to pay off the BNPL ?


You have to open a credit account with them. Then if your credit limit is higher than the cost of the tv you buy tv and enter code at checkout to get it on BNPL 12 months and 20% back to your account


So how does this work? Do I pay upfront then get a credit or what?

20% Back on a range of Samsung TV's @ Very
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
For example: UE40MU6120KXXU 40 inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified, Smart TV @ £279.20 UE50MU6120KXXU 50 inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified, Smart TV @ £359.20 UE55MU6120KXXU 55 inch, 4K Ultr… Read more

dont get the discount until 19/07/2018


Got the TV but no discount yet; anyone else the same?


They should of sent you a message plus email to tell you the day, they did for mine


My delivery is due "by Thursday 14/06" - the status has changed to dispatched, any chance it will turn up tomorrow instead?


Same mine

Free Xbox One X with Samsung 75” 4K TV £2499 @ BT Shop
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
I think everyone is going a little mad with World Cup promotions, this TV comes with a free Xbox One X (excited) (shock) Perfect for playing FIFA in between the World Cup matches… Read more

Mods, This has expired :)


No. I've interviewed 'most people' and he's wrong.






He’s right though. Sony are absolutely dominating this gen. Most people would rather have a ps4 pro than a 1x. 3rd party titles of course still perform better on the x though.

Samsung 55" HD Smart TV (Refurb - B Grade) £358.99 free delivery Argos Ebay
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
**Read** see comment below post to still purchase. It may say Grade B but ours arrived clearly brand spanking new!! It came in original box with all polystyrene and screen protect… Read more

No they didn't have no more, the hunt begins for another bargin.


C Ah that's such a shame. Luck of the draw I guess. Have they not got any more? Ours was literally brand new unused. Even the seals on the back were all there.


It just arrived, unfortunately it wasn't well packaged & the screen was damaged. Looked more like the parcel force fault tbh but it should have been packaged a bit better as the box was tatty & weak. Oh well, phoned argos and they are going to get it picked up tomorrow and refund me.


Has yours arrived yet? You be literally made my day!


Ah nice one. That's great!

Samsung 55 inch 4K ultra HD MU8000 TV with 5yr warranty for 779 at RGB Direct
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
Got price match confirmation from richer sounds will beat the price to 769. It comes with 5 year warranty by registration. It also comes with 10 year Screen burn warranty, the be… Read more

You have to call them up to negotiate.


we that JK or Richersounds. Your description says richer sounds. Could you share details on how to submit the price match? They are still on £949


From what I read before buying the Q6F was brighter in testing and of course the quantum dot technology....I was humming and haring then decided to give the Q6F a go and its a great TV compared to my old LG 4k that broke.


I just submitted price match for and they replied


How did you get JL to price match as they don't have stock of the TV?

Samsung 55 inch UE55MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD certified TV £549 inc. 5 yr warranty @ John Lewis
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Freesat HD and Freeview HD tuners Active Crystal Colour HDR Certified Ultra HD Smart View Smart Hub Gaming Samsung TV Plus
Get dealGet deal

Are you on medication






Ah ok thanks so much.And this tv has tvplus freeview and freesat? (Sorry last question!)


I have the 40" version with the magic remote. Brilliant picture And TV. Price matched for £399 by John Lewis

Samsung 55 MU7000 .. £799.99 @ Littlewoods (£599 after credit back)
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Seems to ve mega hot if this is correct. Ive been hunting for this TV for months. If this is as it seems .. mega hot
Get dealGet deal

You would have prove the fault was inherent i.e. existed from the time of purchase. This would mean getting an independent expert's report (at your own cost). Hence for the vast majority of consumers the law is for all intents and purposes useless ! Like someone said you would be better of with an extended warranty on an expensive purchase.


It's a lot of hassle. You're better off paying for the warranty.


10% new credit user on electricals i think.


Don't statutory rights protect for 6 years anyways ... So the whole 6 year warranty is just by extension converting the statutory period?


£699 at Very .. Any codes for very ? .. it is part of littlewodds

Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £697.97 price matching Appliances Direct @ John lewis
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
JL are price matching Appliances Direct on this unit - Just in time for World Cu… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I think the NU7100 is equivalent to the MU6400. In the USA the TV named MU7000 was the TV named MU6400 in the UK, and the US MU8000 was the UK MU7000. It is possible that Samsung has aligned model numbers this year, so in the UK for a MU7000 equivalent, we need to be looking at the NU8000 range.


Apps Direct now pricing at £714.97 so more than the current RS price (once you use TV30 code). Will expire the deal. ;)


They did it last week and it was awaiting stock, now its disappeared again so your only option with currys is the 7070 mentioned above,which annoyingly noone else sells to get a price match




Thanks mate. I have some Currys vouchers so was hoping to price match but I doubt they will if it's not the same model

Samsung UE55MU7070 - 55" 4K Ultra UHD £799 Currys (further 10% saving on Samsung TV's on TCB)
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
This is a 10 bit VA panel and an improvement over the Samsung MU7000 series, including a black frame instead of silver used on most Samsung TVs. Here's some of the sales blurb T… Read more

Today I purchased it for £719...... the price has dropped again......from currys......


The differences are more than cosmetic, the array dimming is also improved. Rizza


Think it just has a different colour frame and a Freesat tuner compared to the 7000


I wouldn't say improvement, has a slightly improved dimming system that's about it


"This is a 10 bit VA panel and an improvement over the Samsung MU7000 series." Rubbish, this is exactly the same TV with a different frame colour.

Asda Polaroid 16W Bluetooth Sound Bar was originally £35 then £8.75 and now £3.50 in Stores Barcode: 504781409397
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Asda Polaroid 16W Bluetooth Sound Bar was originally £35 then £8.75 and now £.350 in Stores Posted the same deal when it was scanning for £8.75 previously and people have got it… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Good for grubby workshop tho


29p - CR2015 battery 51p - 3.5mm jack cable 96p - C7 power cable UK plug 82p - TOSlink cable 92p - 2x wall screws Spending more than this driving to couple ASDAs on wild goose chase. Priceless.


Great for a home-build Alexa using raspberry pi though.


Should be national. Previously it was scanning for £8.75 and people have found it nationwide


Save your money lads seriously not worth it. Bearly any higher quality than standard TV speakers so you will just end up throwing in a skip someday

Samsung 55 Inch 55NU7100 Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR - £799 @ Argos
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Replacement for last years UE55MU7000 I believe- only £50 more and John Lewis have price matched with their usual 5 year guarantee- any one know if it compares favourably to the MU… Read more
barney6 deal is over unfortunately :S


How did you get that price ? A friend is interested


Went with the 7000 from richer sounds for £669


Why not the mu7000 appliance's direct are doing it for £697 John Lewis price matched a 65" 7000 with them for me so worth a punt


How about a 55 MU8000 for £829 from Hills Radio ?

Samsung QE55Q8C 55 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1500 Smart QLED TV (6 Year Guarantee) £1299 with Code @ Richer Sounds
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Best price I've seen for this model over £1499 elsewhere! Use code FLASH200 to bring the price down to £1299 was £1499 Samsung QE55Q8C features include: 55-inch UHD LED-backli… Read more

No it ain't that: I just rang Nottingham fishing for that FLASH200 code to get applied to Q8F and they weren't having none of it, the geezer said they still got loads of curved Q8's in warehouse stock but the flat Q8's are as good as gone with only a few individual shops having the odd one or two. Perhaps these might drop even further than this current 1300 quid ticket, if they got that many they're still stuck with it would seem rather likely.


@belvaz - where did you see it for that price? It's showing as 2199 on Richer Sounds.


Well said.


As @Aretak has already said be it Sony, Panasonic, Philips or whoever if the telly is OLED Lucky Goldstar manufactured the panel. As for 'competitively priced' I've been shouted down by the 'workers united' brigade on here and firmly told not everyone can afford bigger brand televisions when questioning the wisdom of buying 600 quid Hisense sets on here so they would firmly inform you 1300 quid televisions are the domain of self entitled millionaires (skeptical)


Not in the TV realm though. All OLED TVs use panels manufactured by LG Display. Samsung are the biggest producer of OLED panels there is, but have to pretend that they don't believe in the technology when it comes to TVs because LG's patents stop them making them for their TVs. It's silly. All very subjective stuff. People say that OLED's brightness isn't great, yet they get brighter than all but the very, very best LED-lit TVs from the past couple of years (at least when not displaying a full field white test pattern). If you own a mid-range or slightly older LCD TV, it almost certainly doesn't come close to OLED's peak brightness. Yet people point at light cannons like the XE93 as if they're the standard for LCD TVs, and they're just not. As for "smashes OLED massively in the HDR fight"... just nonsense really. HDR isn't only about peak brightness and specular highlights. Contrast plays a massive role in effective HDR, and OLEDs smash massively any LCD TV ever made in that comparison. Some of the most effective uses of HDR are for contrast between very bright objects in very dark surroundings, and no technology does that better than OLED, with the deepest blacks and no backlight blooming. The best TV for HDR changes from scene to scene, let alone between different content. And QLED is an overpriced joke, frankly. The Sony LCDs from the XE93 upwards provide a far, far better HDR experience, with much better local dimming and higher peak brightness in real scenes, rather than test patterns. The QLEDs have extremely unimpressive measured peak brightness on anything except test patterns. The very best QLED from 2017, the Q9F, measures just 690 nits in a real scene, despite hitting over 1400 nits on a test pattern. That's only 20 nits more than the B7 OLED manages in the same test. The XE93 manages 1442 nits in the same real scene test, incidentally. I guess QLED's great if you sit around watching test patterns all day though. None of this is to say that you should absolutely buy an OLED, incidentally. There are plenty of other valid concerns about the technology, including screen burn. But at least buy a TV that's actually going to deliver what you want, if massive brightness is what you crave above all else. Because there's nothing funnier than hearing QLED owners ramble on about how bright their TV is and how they chose it over an OLED because OLED's so dim, when in fact there's a gnat's fart between them in actual content.

65" Samsung UHD TV 9 series UE65MU9000 with 5 year warranty (with code) £1299 @ Reliantdirect
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Awesome price with 5 year warranty Code - SAVE150 credit to @johnsaab1 for posting the deal on 55" model, but i was looking for 65" like some here. So thought this could benefi… Read more

Not blocked - been posted on this site before


it's does look about £100 cheaper, why not post the deal? is the seller blocked on HUKD?


Yes I have,purchased a 55 inch from them,lovely people to deal problems at all with this company. (y)


Krish AV is part of Euronics... still cheaper than Reliantdirect at the moment


Krish av have just 6 online reviews,and not everyone owns a time machine to buy things which were cheaper months back.

  1. Voting

    Deal temperatures are the heart of HotUKDeals. If you think a deal is hot, vote it up by clicking the red plus. Otherwise, cool it down by voting cold.

    Tip 1 of 6

    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

    Tip 2 of 6
  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

    Tip 3 of 6
  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

    Tip 4 of 6
  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    Tip 5 of 6
  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

    Tip 6 of 6