Boxing Day TV sales

Find the best places to get a TV on Boxing Day

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Boxing Day is the perfect time to bag a bargain and get yourself some cheap tech. Loads of our favourite retailers participate in the post-Christmas sale, and you can get huge discounts on a variety of technology.

Check out our favourite TV retailers and their great deals this Boxing Day.

Top Boxing Day TV deals

Littlewoods Littlewoods
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Save up to £1,600 off selected TVs

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Very.co.uk Very.co.uk
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Huge £800 off selected 4K Televisions

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Currys PC World Currys PC World

4K TVs from £249

Shop 4K TVs at Currys and get prices from just £249! T&Cs apply.

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Littlewoods Littlewoods
Super!

Save up to £1,600 off selected TVs

Shop TVs from Littlewoods now and get up to £1,600 off brands including Samsung and LG! T&Cs apply.

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Very.co.uk Very.co.uk
Huge

Huge £800 off selected 4K Televisions

We all love settling down on the settee for a film with family and friends – and getting a fab TV deal makes the experience even better. Shop Very's deals now and save up to £800 off tons of 4K UHD TVs! T&Cs apply.

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PRC Direct PRC Direct

HD TVs from £120

Treat yourself to a brand new HD TV from just £120 at PRC Direct! T&Cs apply.

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PowerDirect.co.uk PowerDirect.co.uk

Big savings on TV and audio systems!

Browse the latest TV and audio equipment from the biggest brand names and save big by shopping online today. T&Cs apply.

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Popular UK Top TV Deals discount codes

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Our favourite Boxing Day TV deals 2020

SAMSUNG V32F390 32

SAMSUNG V32F390 32" Curved LED TV from Currys PC World

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LG 60UH615V 60 Inch Web OS SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR

LG 60UH615V 60 Inch Web OS SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR from Argos

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SHARP 1T-C32BC0KO2FB 32" Smart HD Ready LED TV from Currys PC World

Was: £200 Now: £149

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Best places to buy a TV on Boxing Day

1. Amazon
Get a great TV deal on Boxing Day when shopping at Amazon

Amazon is the world’s largest internet based retailer, so it comes as no surprise they are offering some great TV deals on Boxing Day.

  • Orders over £20 are eligible for free delivery.
  • 30 day returns period.
  • Prime customers are eligible for same day delivery on certain products.

Go to Amazon website View discount codes for Amazon


2. John Lewis & Partners
Cutting edge technology and great discounts on TV's at John Lewis.

John Lewis offer the newest TV models with the latest technology. See if you can bag a TV bargain online on Boxing Day at John Lewis.

  • Free delivery for TVs.
  • 5 year guarantee.
  • Choose to get your TV installed for you.

Go to John Lewis & Partners website View discount codes for John Lewis & Partners


3. Argos
Find a TV bargain on Boxing Day from Argos.

Argos stocks everything from toys to tech and that includes TV's. But don't spend Boxing Day fighting for a catalogue in-store, buy your TV online in the comfort of your own home.

  • Standard Delivery costs £3.95.
  • 30 day returns policy.
  • Same day delivery for orders before 6pm.

Go to Argos website View discount codes for Argos


4. Currys PC World
Pick up a TV on Boxing Day from leading tech retailer, Currys PC World.

Currys originally started as a bicycle manufacturer and shop in 1884. It is now a leading retailer in technology and is the perfect place to find a discounted TV.

  • Free next day delivery.
  • Price match guarantee.
  • 21 day returns period.

Go to Currys PC World website View discount codes for Currys PC World


Is it worth buying a TV online during Boxing Day sales?

Yes, absolutely! Boxing Day sales offer significant discounts on TVs. In fact, these are probably some of the best deals you’ll find all year. If you’re looking for a new TV, it’s definitely worth buying one in the upcoming sales.

To make the most of the Boxing Day sales you should first work out what TV you would like to purchase. Have a very clear idea of what you want and find a few different options and models. This is important because the model you had your heart set on might sell out before you get a chance to buy it. Always have a backup plan.

Once you know what TV you want, work out which retailers have it in stock so you know where to shop. Keep checking the store websites or visit finder.com/uk to stay on top of the deals on offer.


What to consider when buying a TV on Boxing day

There a numerous things to consider when buying a new TV, we have outlined some of the most important below:

Screen size

Screen size is measured diagonally from corner to corner, and includes only the screen itself, not the bezel (the edge around the screen). As TV bezels have been getting smaller, a 10 year old 42″ TV would take up the same room as a current day 50″ TV, meaning you can fit more screen in the same space.

Currys have screen size recommendations for how far you sit from the screen. For example if you are sitting less than 1.5 metres away from the screen, you should only go up to a 32″, whereas if you a sat between 2 to 3 metres away, you should go for a screen between 40 and 55 inches. These measurements are only approximate and screen size is a personal preference.

Picture quality

Picture quality could be the most important thing to consider when buying a new TV. The two key factors are resolution and processing rate. The resolution refers to how many pixels the screen has, and the higher the number the sharper the picture. Processing rate refers to how quickly the TV can process screen changes, so the higher the processing rate, the smoother the image will be.

4K TVs have a much higher resolution, where Full HD TVS have just over 2 million pixels, and 4K TVs have over 8 million pixels. Look out for 4K TVs with HEVC video compression, as they have the ability to upscale standard content to near 4K quality.

Screen technology

Fist you need to decide between LED and OLED, both produce vivid and bright images, but OLED is the more recent screen technology. OLED produces darker blacks and smoother images, but that is not to say LED doesn’t produce excellent quality images.

You can also buy curved screens now. Curved screens are designed to give a wider viewing angle so that everyone can enjoy the television no matter where you are watching it from.

Smart TV?

Smart TVs connect to the internet, allowing you to download applications and browse additional online content. You can also usually connect your phone or tablet, making navigation through the apps easier.

Sound

You should get high quality sound from any new TV you buy, but the drive for thinner screens and better picture quality has overtaken the demand for higher sound quality. If you are looking for better sound quality, many manufacturers now recommend installing a sound bar, or a home cinema system for a more immersive experience.

Installation

You need to consider how your TV will be set up at home before you take it home with you. Will you want it on a TV stand or mounted on the wall? Will you set it up yourself or will you want someone else to do it?

You will also need to think about embedding cables and installing soundbars and sound systems. All these extras cost, so what you decide to go for will depend on your budget, as well as your personal preference and technical ability.


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