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Cheap TV logoTV deals, eg, £329 Samsung 48" Smart TV*Hot TV deals incl Full HD, Smart TVs & 4K UHD

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As technology marches on, the range of tellies out there gets bigger and bigger, giving you hundreds to choose from.

This is a rundown of the hottest deals out there right now that we’ve spotted, to help you blag yourself the best price when you're shopping for a new TV.

Remember, when buying big ticket items, always make sure you follow Martin's Money Mantras - Do you need it? Will you use it? Can you afford it? Is it worth it? - do a full budget check to ensure it won't break the bank and Shop Safely

Cheapest TVs

Here's the cheapest prices we found on Fri 23 Sep for Full HD, Smart and 4K UHD televisions:

43 inch

  • Full HD: Digihome 287 - £174 at Tesco Direct* when you enter the code TDX-HTNK (£25 off a £150 or more spend) at the checkout until Sun 25 Sep. It comes with a one-year guarantee.
  • Smart: LG 43LH590V - £349 at Currys* with a one-year guarantee.
  • Smart 4K: Hitachi - £300 at Argos* with a one-year guarantee.

48 inch

  • Full HD: Seiki SE48FO01UK - £239 at Ao.com with a one-year guarantee.
  • Smart 4K: Digihome - £259 at Tesco Direct* when you enter the code TDX-HTNK (£25 off a £150 or more spend) at the checkout until Sun 25 Sep. It comes with a one-year guarantee.

50 inch

  • Full HD: Seiki SE50FO04UK - £250 at Currys* with a one-year guarantee.
  • Smart: JVC LT-50C750 - £350 at Currys* with a one-year guarantee.
  • 4K: Bush 4K Ultra HD LED - £320 at Argos* with a one-year guarantee.

Popular 'Big Brand' TVs

Here's the cheapest prices we found for some of the most highly-rated TVs from popular brands:

43 inch LG 43LF540V Full HD - £269 at Argos* with a one-year guarantee. Next cheapest we found, £279 at Amazon with a one-year guarantee.

48 inch Samsung UE48J5200 Smart Full HD - £304 at Tesco Direct* when you enter the code TDX-HTNK (£25 off a £150 or more spend) at the checkout until Sun 25 Sep. It comes with a one-year guarantee. Next cheapest we found, £380 at Electrical Discount UK with a one-year guarantee.

48 inch Panasonic TX-48CX400B Smart 4K - £349 at Tesco Direct* when you enter the code TDX-HTNK (£25 off a £150 or more spend) at the checkout until Sun 25 Sep. It comes with a one-year guarantee. Next cheapest we found, £429 at Ao.com with a one-year guarantee.

49 inch LG 49LF540V Full HD - £329 at Ao.com with a one-year guarantee. Next cheapest we found, £409 at Debenhams with a one-year guarantee.

50 inch Hisense HE50KEC315UWTS Smart 4K - £389 at Ao.com with a one-year guarantee. Next cheapest we found, £440 at Amazon with a one-year guarantee.

55 inch Sony Bravia KD55X8509C Smart 3D 4K - £790 at Currys* with a five-year guarantee. Next cheapest we found, £849 at avlounge.co.uk with a five-year guarantee.

Have you tried haggling?

You may be able to reduce the price of your TV by haggling. We polled MoneySavers to find out if they had success haggling in big name chains, including John Lewis, Tesco and Currys/PC World. Many reported success, showing it's always worth a try. See our Haggle on the High Street guide for more tips.

You should also check out our Currys PC WorldArgosJohn Lewis and Amazon pages as they may have some great offers.

Before buying a TV, read reviews online to make a more informed choice. We're not technical experts, so we recommend you check out Which?Stuff magazine and TechRadar.

Once you've got your TV up and running, find out how you can watch box sets and movies for free in our streaming TV guide.

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And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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