Looking for some smart TV sale bargains? Home comforts are vital now that we’re set to spend more time at home again, and it’s just as well that you can now make massive savings on smart TVs.
Amazon has discounts of up to £700 on some smart TVs, and there are unmissable bargains to be had on both smaller models and gigantic screens for those looking for a completely immersive cinematic experience.
No matter what your budget, these deals are well worth checking out if you’re in the market for a new smart TV.
Save Up to £700 in the Smart TV Sale
Hisense 32” Smart TV | WAS £249, NOW £199 at Amazon
For just £199, this TV delivers dbx-tv sound (which provides immersive sound quality), and you can connect to plenty of built-in apps including Netflix and Prime.
This deal is a practical option for smaller living rooms or those who want a TV in the bedroom. It also comes with a two-year warranty.
LG 75” Smart LED TV | WAS £1,799.99, NOW £1,099 at Amazon
Like your TVs big? Once you’ve let the £700 saving on this whopping 75” LG TV sink in, consider this: it also comes with heaps of features, such as ThinQ AI, a central hub that enables voice control to help you easily find your favourite programmes; and Filmmaker Mode, which automatically smoothens your picture during films - making it the next best thing to watching it in the cinema!
JVC 40” Smart 4K Ultra HD TV | WAS £299.99, NOW £249.99 at Currys
Currys has slashed £50 off this no-fuss HD-ready 40” JVC smart TV, and if you're looking for top of the line picture quality, this smart TV fits the bill.
Boasting 4K image quality, this JVC model utilises Dolby Vision and HDR10 technology to sharpen the picture clarity. You can stream from an array of built-in apps and easily login to social media too.
LG 60” Smart 4K TV | WAS £549, NOW £499 at Argos
This 60” smart TV from LG is now on sale at Argos, featuring impressive picture quality through 4K Ultra HD imagery, and a transformative user experience through LG's webOS, which makes it easy to navigate between apps, enables voice control, and provides easy functionality for streaming content.
This is must-have for those looking for an immersive viewing experience, with Bluetooth Surround Ready technology, and HDR10 capability enhancing the overall picture for an epic cinematic experience. However, you will need to ensure you own compatible Bluetooth speakers to connect to the TV.
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Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms.
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