TV Prime deals are coming: Here's what to expect

Two photos of TVs sit on a purple background for the upcoming TV Prime deals event.
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TV Prime deals are coming. No, you're not experiencing deja vu. Not being satisfied with one Prime Day this year, Amazon has announced another Prime-related event (the 'Prime Early Access Sale'), and TV Prime deals will likely play a big part in it, just as they did in July's Prime Day.

Starting tomorrow, from Tuesday 11th to the end of Wednesday 12th, we expect to see excellent TV deals for Amazon Prime members. We also expect to see other retailers getting in on the buzz, and lowering prices on their stock as well. We'll be covering all of it, but still advise you make the most of the free 30-day Prime trial (opens in new tab) to make the most of the Prime Early Access Sale this week.

We saw some excellent TV Prime deals during July's event, which leads us to believe the same will be true during the Prime Early Access sale. But, given it's the first time it's happened, we can't be sure what exactly you'll find. Below, we've put together current best TV deals that we can find right now, to give you a chance of snagging a great now, of course, but also to give you a good context for the TV Prime deals to come. Be sure to bookmark this page and come back as we'll be adding the best TV deals during the event.

For more deals, don't miss our Apple Amazon Sale page. We also have a regular guide to the best LG C1 deals on the perennially popular TV.

TV Prime deals: US

Skip to the best TV deals in the UK

Sony 85 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV X90K: $3,298 (opens in new tab)

Sony 85 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV X90K: $3,298 $2,198 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $1,100:
This is one of the absolute biggest deals you will find before the TV Prime deals event starts tomorrow! With a massive $1,100 off the top-spec model you can maximise your gaming experience with this 4K LED TV that comes with Dolby Vision HDR, Alexa compatibility and exclusive PS5 features. 

Sony 48 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV A90K: $1,498 (opens in new tab)

Sony 48 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV A90K: $1,498 $1,298 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200:
If you're looking for an OLED TV, this 48-inch Sony TV also has Alexa compatibility and PS5 features. The 42in version is also available for $1,249 if you're tight on wall/table space...

Sony X80K 65in 4K TV: $998 (opens in new tab)

Sony X80K 65in 4K TV: $998 $798 at Amazon
(opens in new tab)Save $200: To complete the Sony trifecta, this 4K Sony TV is already on offer. With between $100 and $200 off model sizes from 43 to 75in, the $200 discount on the 65in is our pick of the bunch. All models come with Dolby Vision HDR and Alexa compatibility for a hands-free TV experience.

TV Prime deals: UK

£329 (opens in new tab)

Hisense 40in Smart HD TV: £329 £199 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £130: If you're looking for an affordable TV with good picture quality, you can do a lot worse than this 40in Hisense, which is 40% off right now. Freeview comes included.

HISENSE 43in 4K Smart TV: £399 (opens in new tab)

HISENSE 43in 4K Smart TV: £399 £352.43 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 12%
: This TV was almost half price during the last Prime Day, with a discount of £190. It's still on sale now, although with a much smaller saving, so you might want to wait until the Prime Early Access Sale.

£949 (opens in new tab)

Samsung 65in 4K Smart TV: £949 £729 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £220: The 2021 version of this TV was going for half price during Prime Day in July. The 2022 model is now £220 off. The discount isn't as big as then, but it's still a good deal for an upgraded model.

For more options, see the best TV deals in your area below. We also have a guide to the best TVs for PS5.

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Georgia Coggan is currently Creative Bloq's Acting Deputy Editor. Georgia started her freelance career working for CB in 2018, and since then has worked across the site on news, ecom, SEO content... basically anything and everything. Now covering the Dep Ed role for three months, Georgia is a slave to the style guide, a logo geek and loves all things London Underground (its branding history, and not at rush hour). 

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