Prime Day's 32-inch TV deals have been poor – but there are good offers elsewhere

Looking for 32-inch TV deals on Prime Day but disappointed? Here are three great deals from other stores

32-inch TV deals
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Lots of people have been looking for 32-inch TVs recently – they're perfect as a second TV for the bedroom or office, or for the main TV in a small living room. But if you've been scouring our guide to the best Prime Day deals in the hope of finding one, you'll have been disappointed: this popular size has been sorely lacking in good offers during the event.

Not to worry, though, because although Amazon's sale is the big news right now, there are other retailers with discounts live now. We've picked out the three best 32-inch TV discounts, across a range of budgets, so there's something for everyone.

If these still don't float your boat, take a look at our guide to the best 32-inch TVs overall. And if you're not strictly limited to 32 inches, we've got some 43-inch models in our guide to the top Prime Day TV deals.

32-inch anti-Prime Day TV deals

Hisense 32A5600F 32-inch HD TV | Was: £249 | Now: £199 | Save: £50 at (opens in new tab)

Hisense 32A5600F 32-inch HD TV | Was: £249 | Now: £199 | Save: £50 at (opens in new tab)
In our Hisense 32A5600F review, we said this TV "manages to deliver strong, bright colours and comfortably picks up details in the image. It’ll be suitable for any type of content from TV dramas to Hollywood blockbusters." It's an HD Ready TV that offers quick access to streaming services via its smart platform. We said: "You won’t get much better at this price, it’s fantastic value for money."

JVC LT-32CF600 Fire TV Edition 32-inch HD TV | Was: £249.99 | Now: £219.99 | Save: £30 at Currys (opens in new tab)

JVC LT-32CF600 Fire TV Edition 32-inch HD TV | Was: £249.99 | Now: £219.99 | Save: £30 at Currys (opens in new tab)
This list might not include Prime Day deals, but Amazon still has a hand in it: this set uses the company's Fire TV software for its smart TV features. That's a good thing, because it's much easier to use than most TVs at this budget range, and with a better range of apps available. Freeview Play is included too. The screen is HD Ready, and is good quality.

Samsung QE32LS03TC 32-inch QLED Full HD TV | Was: £599 | Now £499 | Save: £100 at (opens in new tab)

Samsung QE32LS03TC 32-inch QLED Full HD TV | Was: £599 | Now £499 | Save: £100 at (opens in new tab)
This is the set to pick if you want the best image quality of these models, hence the higher price. It's the only one here with a higher-res Full HD resolution, so it'll look notably sharper. And it also supports HDR, and the use of Samsung's high-end QLED tech gives it brighter, broader, bolder colour palette. Samsung's smart TV platform is also really strong – easy to understand, and packed with streaming services. And the 'picture frame' design is really fetching as well – much nicer than your average set.

Amazon Prime Day alternative sales

  •  (opens in new tab)– cheap Lego, toys, phones and more
  • (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– huge sale on electrical appliances
  • (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– Epic deals! Up to 40% off 100s of items
  • (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– big savings on laptops and desktop PCs
  • (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– up to 70% off in the eBay Outlet
  • (opens in new tab)  – deals on electricals, fashion and home
  • (opens in new tab) – discounted sex toys and lingerie
  • (opens in new tab) – savings on watches and jewellery
  • John Lewis (opens in new tab) – great savings plus the John Lewis guarantee
  • Le Creuset (opens in new tab) – premium cookware gets tasty discounts
  • Nike (opens in new tab)  – new sneakers at sneaky low prices
  • ASOS (opens in new tab) – big savings on clothes
  • Schuh (opens in new tab) – save big on shoes, boots and trainers
  • The White Company (opens in new tab) – quality bedding at reduced prices
  • Simba (opens in new tab) – save big on mattresses and sleep bundles
Matthew Bolton

Matt is T3's former AV and Smart Home Editor (UK), master of all things audiovisual, overseeing our TV, speakers and headphones coverage. He also covered smart home products and large appliances, as well as our toys and games articles. He's can explain both what Dolby Vision IQ is and why the Lego you're building doesn't fit together the way the instructions say, so is truly invaluable. Matt has worked for tech publications for over 10 years, in print and online, including running T3's print magazine and launching its most recent redesign. He's also contributed to a huge number of tech and gaming titles over the years. Say hello if you see him roaming the halls at CES, IFA or Toy Fair. Matt now works for our sister title TechRadar.