Get a great deal on a five-star OLED TV
So, you’ve decided to buy a new TV and you’ve decided it has to be an OLED. Good choice! But which OLED should you buy and how can you be sure you’re getting a great deal? Easy: you keep reading this very page.
There are some incredible OLED TV deals around right now, with some of the best OLED TVs we’ve tested over the last 12 months or so currently cheaper than ever before.
Most of the TVs you’ll find below are 2021 models that are approaching end of life and are therefore heavily discounted. The odd 2020 model is still available, too, with rip-roaring deals to be had if you’re quick.
Without further ado, here are the best cheap OLED TV deals available online.
42-INCH OLED TV
48-INCH OLED TV
55-INCH OLED TV
65-INCH OLED TV
WHEN’S THE BEST TIME TO BUY AN OLED TV?
TV prices fluctuate massively over the course of a year, and knowing the best time to buy can be the difference between bagging a bargain and paying well over the odds. Generally speaking, there are three times of year that are best to buy a new TV: spring, big sales events and big sporting events.
Of these, spring is often the very best. This is because it’s the time of year that all of the previous year’s TVs tend to be sold with huge reductions so that space can be made for the new models that were announced in the January. Generally speaking, TV improvements are fairly incremental from one year to the next and you can usually save yourself hundreds, if not thousands, by opting for last year’s model. A word of warning, though: these are end-of-line models we’re talking about so when they’re gone, they’re gone. Wait too long for the very lowest price and you could end up missing out entirely.
If you don’t want to wait until spring, there are three big sales events to mark in your calendar: Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. While Amazon Prime Day moves around a bit (and has already taken place this year), Black Friday and Cyber Monday always take place, respectively, on the first Friday and Monday after Thanksgiving in the US. That means that this year Black Friday should take place on Friday 25th November, and Cyber Monday on Monday 28th November. While these sales events don’t necessarily guarantee the very lowest prices you’ll see all year, you can be pretty sure of getting a deal that’s at least good, and quite possibly great.
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While slightly less obvious, big sporting events often really do generate big deals on new TVs. Think Wimbledon, the Olympics and of course football tournaments such as the World Cup, Euros and the FA Cup Final. This year’s Wimbledon is already behind us but, for the first time, the World Cup takes place in the winter, so look out for it starting on 21st November – that’s Black Friday week. Expect deals aplenty.