Best TV deals in September 2018: cheap 4K televisions including last year's flagship TVs at big discounts

Want the best deal on a 4K HDR TV, whether LED, OLED or QLED? You've come to the right place…

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If you're looking for a cheap TV or the best TV deal you can get for your budget, you've come to the right place. We regularly scour the internet looking for the best cheap 4K TV deals from all of the biggest and most reliable brands and retailers.

Underneath, you'll find our top recommendation for the best TV deal of the week as well as four other recommendations at various sizes and price points.

T3's top TV deal right now

Samsung QE49Q6FNATXXU

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1. Samsung QE49Q6FNATXXU 49-inch QLED 4K HDR TV | Now £999 | Was £1,499 | Save £500

Samsung's latest QLED technology makes for one of the best quality pictures on any TV right now, including the mighty OLED. Now the price has dropped to make it even more affordable. This 2018 QLED TV packs in 4K UHD and HDR along with super bright pictures and a very useful smart TV system for streaming even in 4K and HDR.View Deal

8 more of the best TV deals of the week:

PANASONIC TX-77EZ1002B

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2. Panasonic TX-77EZ1002B 77-inch 4K HDR OLED | Now £9,999 | Was £16,999 | Save £7,000 | Currys
Panasonic makes TVs and then it makes this television – a ridiculously expensive screen that will give you a picture quality and size beyond most other options out there – as you'd expect for that price. Of course you get 4K and HDR but also a whopping 77-inch OLED panel for deep blacks, fast refresh rates and generally eye-watering images.
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Sony Bravia KDL49WE753

3. Sony Bravia KDL49WE753 49-inch 4K HDR TV | Now £506 | Was £630 | Amazon
To get an affordable Sony is always a winner as that's a name that means top quality. So you get 4K resolution and HDR with Sony's X-Reality Pro and Triluminous smarts to eke out the best possible picture from whatever the source you're viewing from. Saving over £100 is just a bonus.View Deal

LG UK69050 TV

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4. LG 50UK6950PLB 50-inch 4K HDR LED TV | Now £679 | Was £999 | Currys

Get all the benefits of an LG TV meaning the now famous webOS with all the apps you could want, Freeview HD, TrueMotion 100 picture quality and 4K streaming. Yup, this is 4K UHD enabled with HDR too so you can enjoy the best picture quality out there right now, all for a relatively meagre £649.View Deal

LG 49SJ800V

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5. LG 49J8000V 49-inch 4K HDR LED TV | Now £629 | Was £899 | Amazon 

This 2017 LG TV is a really great example of how fast a top-end LED television can drop in price. Despite now being affordable this offers full 4K UHD resolution and the latest HDR support, even including Dolby Vision. You also get Harman Kardon audio, a minimal design and that famously fantastic webOS smart TV operating system too.View Deal

Toshiba 49U5766DB

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6. Toshiba 49U5766DB 49-inch UHD LED TV | Now £349 | Was £549.99 | Amazon

Get 4K UHD on a budget while still keeping up a respectable size with this 49-inch TV from Toshiba. The picture quality isn't the only attraction though as this comes with Dolby AudioTM, the Toshiba Smart Portal for catch-up TV apps and more, plus a handy screen share for flinging your phone's photos to the big screen easily.View Deal

LG 49SK8000PLB

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7. LG 49SK8000PLB 49-inch Super UHD 4K HDR TV | Now £689 | Was £1,999.99 | Save £510.99

This LG slither of beautiful screen glory gives you all the latest features to help melt your eyes, without destroying your wallet in the process. That means you get a brilliant LED screen with 4K UHD resolution plus HDR quality to take advantage of all the high-res content Netflix and the BBC iPlayer have to offer.View Deal

Samsung The Frame

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8. Samsung The Frame 55-inch 4K HDR TV | Now £1,499 | Was £1,799 | Save £300 | John Lewis

Is this an artistic frame and design statement or is it a 55-inch ultra HD television? It's both. Samsung's The Frame aims to fit seamlessly into your home offering Art Mode where the TV acts as a painting piece that you can change easily. This will even fade to black when nobody is in the room, saving you power. But fire this up and you get 4K and HDR picture quality, Samsung's Smart Hub with all the apps you can think of plus Samsung's One Remote for easy control of it all.