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Best Samsung QLED TV deals in March 2021

Samsung is the biggest-selling TV brand in the UK - here’s our pick of the best offers on HD, 4K and QLED TVs right now.

Best QLED TV deals

Samsung is officially the UK’s leading television brand, with a reported 15 million people in the UK watching TV on its sets in 2019, according to a nationwide survey. Samsung makes an exceptional range of televisions, with options to suit every budget. But of all of Samsung’s television lines, it’s the Korean manufacturer’s QLED line that has been earning the most accolades in recent years.

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Not to be confused with OLED television, QLED is Samsung’s homegrown – and much more affordable – option. You can read more about the differences between the two in our what is an OLED TV explainer. While still making use of a traditional LED backlight, Samsung’s QLED televisions introduce a layer of ‘quantum dots’ to improve the quality of the picture, so you get a wider colour range, better contrast levels and blacker blacks.

You’ll also find that other brands, like Hisense, are now incorporating QLED technology into their televisions, clearly seeing its popularity on the market. In comparison to OLED televisions, which usually start at around £1,200, QLEDs are far more affordable – and you’ll regularly find them on sale. For a full walkthrough, be sure to read our what is QLED TV article.

If you’re not yet sure if you want a QLED TV, there’s always our guide on which TV to buy to help you figure out your options. And a complete list of the best discounts, don’t miss our pick of the best smart TV deals.

We also recommend you consider LG’s NanoCell line, which are similar in price and quality. If you’re unsure which to go with, check out our LG or Samsung TV explainer.

How to find a Samsung QLED TV deal

  • Make notes of when key periods in the sales calendar: the New Year, Easter Weekend and, of course, Black Friday. It’s during these sales that we always see the sharpest price-drops and hottest deals on TVs.
  • Subscribe to the newsletters that stores regularly send out: that way, you’ll be kept up to speed with any brand sales or other special offers.
  • Keep in mind that many retailers, like John Lewis and Currys, work with a price-match policy. So if you see a television that’s cheaper elsewhere, but no longer available, make sure you hold them to it.
  • Amazon often has some of the best TV price-drops going – but it’s not always easy to see how a good a deal you’re getting. CamelCamelCamel is an online tool that tracks the prices of products on Amazon – use this to get a better sense of the price history of any TV that’s on sale.

Top deal: Samsung 55-inch Q60T QLED 4K TV | £999 £691 from Amazon (save £308 or 31%)

With the upcoming release of a brand new ‘Neo-QLED’ line of Samsung TVs, the prices of QLEDs are starting to fall. All the same, here’s a discount on a premium 55-inch QLED that shouldn’t be missed.

A saving of over £300 is more than welcome on a television that comes with such a high-calibre picture quality, and is brought further to life by adaptive sound that fine-tunes whatever you’re listening to in real-time. Amazon’s TV deals tend to come and go very quickly: don’t miss out!

Best Samsung QLED TV deals in March 2021

Best QLED TV deals

43- to 50-inch smart TV deals

Televisions in the 40- to 50-inch are now considered small – but it’s worth remembering that they’re still often the best choice for smaller, cosier viewing spaces. The 27% discount on the 43-inch model from Samsung’s Q60T line is well worth a look – it’s probably on sale as so many more shoppers will gravitate towards a larger QLED set. But if it’s the right size for you, it’s a bargain.

55- to 58-inch smart TV deals

It’s in the mid-size category that we’re currently seeing the most QLED TV deals right now.

65- to 75-inch smart TV deals

Up at the super-size end of the size spectrum, we’re seeing the biggest discounts on QLED sets. Not everyone out there can set aside £2,000 for a new TV – but spending £500 on an 8K-quality TV is still a pretty solid offer. Get yours before everybody else does in five years time!

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Not sure which TV is the one for you? Don’t miss our in-depth guide on which TV to buy, or find something to watch tonight with our TV Guide.