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Best TV Deals
Samsung HW-K450 2.1 Wireless Sound Bar with Subwoofer
From: Currys PC World
Now: £159 (£140.99 off)
This Samsung soundbar and subwoofer combo has more than £140 off right now with a Black Friday price guarantee at Currys PC World.
Sony Bravia 55-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD TV
Now: £799 (£400 off)
This TV also comes with Google Assistant, YouView and Freeview HD.
BT Black Friday Broadband deals
Was: From £35.99
Now: From £29.99 (up to £240 in savings)
Save up to £240 on broadband from BT as a part of its Black Friday sale.
Sky Black Friday Bundle
Now: £55 per month (with free 43in UGH LG TV)
This Black Friday offer from Sky includes Sky Entertainment, Ultimate On Demand, Sky Cinema, Sky Q Experience and a free 43in TV for £55 per month.
Marvel Studios Collector's Edition Box Set Phase 2 (DVD)
Now: £29.99 (£7 off)
Microsoft Surface Book 2
Was: From £1499
Now: From £1299 (£200 off)
Depending on the configuration you choose, get £200 off the Microsoft Surface Book 2.
Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote and Echo Dot Bundle
Now: £69.98 (£20 off)
Save 25% on select Amazon devices right now.
TV Deals 2018
It’s no secret that manufacturers often use amazing deals to shift outdated or lacklustre TVs that aren’t selling otherwise - so it’s always a good plan to do your research ahead of time to ensure you’re getting a gourmet TV at fast-food prices; and not the other way around. If you want to score a great deal on a TV, here’s what to look out for.
Smart TV - a smart purchase?
Samsung, LG, Sony and other manufacturers want you to have their latest and greatest, which often means dealing with their baked-in Smart TV functionality. However, these systems aren’t to everyone’s tastes, and can often be easily replaced with a Chromecast, Apple TV, or a Fire TV Stick. If you’re happy to bring your own Smart TV functionality, you can score a killer panel at a much cheaper price.
Are you ready for 4K?
The best deals will be reserved for 4K TV sets. But unless you have Sky, BT TV, or a fast fibre broadband connection all those pixels will be going to waste. Many terrestrial channels are now broadcasting in HD - 4K’s older sibling - but it’ll be many years before 4K comes to the public airwaves.