Amazon Prime Day 2023 is now one for the history books. With the event having finished on the 12th of July, we saw some amazing prices,
We've already seen some amazing prices on almost every kind of product, but it's TVs that have seen some of the biggest price cuts. There were plenty of deals on top brands, alongside accessories like Fire TV Sticks and Echo Dot speakers.
Amazon still has some of the best TV deals on the market however with some Prime Day prices running into overtime, we covered deals and discounts on 4K, 8K, OLED, QLED and smart models from the top TV brands, including Samsung, LG, Sony, Toshiba, Hisense and many more. There were even deals on what we consider to be the best TVs out there – as you'll see below.
Post Amazon Prime Day TV deals
Hisense A6 55-inch 4K TV:
was £549, now £329 at Amazon.co.uk
When reviewed in 2022, we praised this big screen for being a bit of a bargain, so now it's only even better value. Great 4K picture (albeit without the highest contrast on the market) leads the way, while HDMI 2.1 ports ensure decent gaming capabilities, and eARC ensures that any additional soundsystem will connect up and play nicely with any inputs. Lovely stuff - and a great deal at this size and price point.
Samsung The Frame 65-inch:
was £1,299, now £999 at Amazon.co.uk
The 2022-release The Frame is a QLED panel, which means Quantum Dot and bright LED illumination for punchy colours and great-looking pictures. But its USP is its anti-reflective coating that's got to be seen to be believed. It's so convincing there's even an Art Mode to display images as if they're paintings - and it's hugely convincing. A great design TV choice this Amazon Prime Day.
Samsung BU8000 55 inch:
was £729 now £498 at Amazon
This is a bargain price for a 55in 4K TV. It also features full Alexa support and apps for all your favourite streaming services.
HiSense 55A6BGTUK 55-inch: was £549 now £329
A bargain price for what was already one of the best value 4K TVs. This TV has 4K UHD, Alexa support, Game Mode and Dolby Vision support.
Hisense 65-inch OLED 4K:
was £2299, now £1699 at Amazon
Save almost 30% on this 65-inch Hisense 4K OLED TV. The set features Dolby Vision IQ, 120Hz refresh rate and multi-channel surround sound.
Samsung 55-inch QN90B Neo QLED 4K:
was £1,599 now £899 at Amazon
Another great 4K smart TV, with its own HDR and 4K processor alongside AI powered upscaling to ensure the best possible picture. This 55-inch Samsung is also a great choice for gaming with a 100Hz refresh rate and "super ultrawide gaming view".
Buying Tips: How to find the best Prime Day TV deals
Whatever you're looking for in a TV there are some sure-fire ways to find the best TV deals even after Prime Day. By following these tips and our nose for a great deal, you can cut the costs on a new TV, plus you can spend a little more on any extras. Alongside our buying advice, we've also put together a handy guide on the 5 mistakes everyone makes on Prime Day so you can avoid doing the same, even outside of Prime Day.
Consider the size
Before you start shopping, it’s important to decide exactly what you want and need from a TV, including its size. The screen size makes a huge difference in the overall cost and picture quality of the TV. TV sizes start at around 43-inches and go up to 85-inches, and bigger sizes have higher prices. If you’re trying to save money, we suggest going for a smaller size like 43-55 inches which will see the biggest price drops.
Use price-checking tools
One of our biggest tips when shopping any sale is to not be distracted by the discount. Product makers and manufacturers will advertise their products with huge percentage discounts during the event, but these can be artificial, based on RRP or will show off a recently inflated price. This is especially the case with TVs as they’re more expensive than other products. To compare the price at other retailers or the cheapest price it’s ever been, we use price tracking tools like camelcamelcamel.com to see how much that product has retailed for in the past.
Another way to shop the best TV deals is to consider a refurbished model. A certified refurbished device refers to something that’s been fixed and renewed by the manufacturer or third-party to bring it back to like-new conditions. Refurbished models are cheaper than the original product price but there may also be huge deals on refurbished, second-hand and open-box devices in the Amazon Warehouse. Refurbished TVs are extremely trustworthy and not only can you save tons of money, but you’re sure to prolong the devices’ life and prevent it from entering landfill, a win for you and a win for the planet.
For more money-saving tricks, check out our guide on how to save money on TVs, including bills, care and shopping tips.