Hisense deal cuts 50-inch 4K HDR TV price to £299!

Grab a large 50-inch 4K HDR TV now for a much smaller price

Hisense A6B deal
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Hisense makes some of the best affordable TVs, but this discounted deal takes an already low price and makes it even lower. For a popular 50-inch 4K HDR TV it's well worth a look.

The deal drops the price of the Hisense A6 50-inch Smart TV down to £299. That makes this among one of the best Black Friday deals we've seen.

View the Hisense 50-inch TV deal at Amazon

This TV is one of Hisense's most well-reviewed models at Amazon, sitting high up the list of popular purchases. It scores a solid 9/10 based on the over 1500 user reviews on Amazon.

Here are the full details of the deal.

Hisense A6BGTUK 50-inch 4K HDR TV: was £499, now £299 at Amazon

Hisense A6BGTUK 50-inch 4K HDR TV: was £499, now £299 at Amazon
This 50-inch 4K HDR TV from Hisense is now under three hundred pounds in the Black Friday sales. As we said in our review: it's a cheap 4K TV that allows you go for a bigger screen without sacrificing detail and motion clarity to get there.

A recent 5-star review on Amazon says: "I have had this TV for 2 weeks now and I have upgraded from an LG 65 inch TV which was just coming up to 5 years old. I looked at various televisions prior to deciding on this one but went for this one mainly because of bad customer reviews on other more expensive televisions so I thought I would try this Hisense because of its price and 2-year manufacturer's warranty. I am happy to say that so far I am very happy with my choice." High praise indeed.

Like the idea of this TV but aren't sure about the brand? There's a great Samsung 50-inch TV offer on Amazon too should you prefer. 

Mike Lowe
Tech Editor

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