To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
When it comes to Amazon Prime Day deals, you can find some of the best in the television category. There's big ones, small ones, ones that support 4K and even ones you can talk to, but they all have one thing in common - they can be yours for a discounted price.
Today is the last day in the Amazon Prime day extravaganza, so if you're looking to upgrade your television, now's the time to do it.
To get involved, you'll need to get yourself an Amazon Prime membership. As well as getting money off all the best tech, you'll get access to Prime Video, Prime Music and Twitch Prime as well.
Samsung TU7100 43". Was £399, now £349
If you're looking for a cheap price on a premium brand then this 4K Samsung television is a great place to start. It features a slim design which makes it great for smaller rooms and wall mounting and has a Crystal Processor inside which upscales picture quality to 4K.
Philips Ambilight 70" Was £999, now £849
If you're impressed by the type of people who drive around excessively loud cars with neon lights underneath, or maybe you are one of these people, then this model is for you. As well as having a 4K screen, this model has the ability to project a vast array of colours behind the television itself. These lights can respond to the on-screen action, or can cast a warm glow to create a cozy atmosphere.
Philips 65PUS6814/12 65". Was £775, now £599
Say goodbye to the hassle of endless scrolling, now you can use your voice to control your TV thanks to Alexa. You can ask her to tell you the weather report, mute what you're watching, or turn on lights behind the TV to illuminate the wall behind. With company like Alexa and built-in mood lighting, you can Netflix and chill all by yourself.
LG 75UN81006LB 75". Was £1,799, now £999
Here is the biggest deal of them all, saving you an enormous £800. With stunning 4K Ultra HD picture quality and ThinQ AI, this resembles a piece of art more than a TV. You can even create a surround sound effect by connecting any two bluetooth speakers for a more immersive and live atmosphere. It's like bringing the big screen to your front room.
Samsung 2020 75". Was £1,499, now £1,048.60
If you're a massive film buff or live in a castle, then this behemoth model from Samsung is for you. The brand is well known for their innovation and it shows here. With Quantum HDR powered by HDR10+ you can see exactly what's lurking in the shadows of your favourite horror or enjoy that sun-soaked beach on the latest romcom. It comes with all the smart features you can shake a stick at and will turn your living room into a full blown cinema.
Panasonic TX-43HX580BZ 43". Was £499, now £436
Sure, the screen size isn't as impressive as the previous models, but a £160 saving is a pretty big deal. It's perfect if you're looking for a more budget-friendly option for a smaller room. This model comes with a powerful 4K Studio Colour Engine to really make those colours pop and has great sound too thanks to Dolby Vision HDR. Buy now on Amazon.
Sony BRAVIA KD43X70 43". Was £599, now £499
This Sony model offers great picture quality, preserving the detail in the brightest and darkest scenes for a more realistic viewing experience. In fact, with 4K X-Reality PRO, images are upscaled and sharpened in real time, revealing extra details. It's great for gamers too and has all the ports you'll need to plug in the next gen consoles.
LG 70UN71006LA 70". Was £794, now £749
Let's get back to the big time with LG. This 70 inch model is the 4K TV for all your entertainment needs. Imagine watching your favourite team play on this bad boy. It's the closest thing you'll get to going to the stadium anytime soon. It comes with a unique FILMMAKER MODE which automatically turns off motion smoothing so you can watch films with the cinematic experience preserved.
Hisense 55U7QFTUK Quantum Series 55". Was £899, now £548
Hisense are probably the least known manufacturer on this list, but that doesn't mean they don't make a cracking TV. This model comes with Full Array Local Dimming, which means it detects dimmed zones of a picture to allow you to soak up every detail of a TV show scene, even if it's particularly dark. Not only that, but it has all your favourite apps and content at your fingertips, making it a great allrounder. Buy now on Amazon.
For all the latest Amazon Prime Day deals check:
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read