Best cheap 4K TV deals for gaming, sports, and entertainment June 2024

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The best cheap 4K TV deals are far easier to find in 2024 than ever, as UHD displays are a standard for gaming and entertainment. In fact, chances are you'll probably more find ultra HD screens than 1080p these days, with the latter being reserved for smaller displays rather than huge panels. The real trick is making sure you grab the right screen that boasts excellent specs and build quality, and we're on hand to keep you right during your shopping splurge. 

To help with this, we've rounded up all of the best discounts across the web covering all sizes and panel types. You can expect all the best brands – LG, Hisense, Sony, and more – alongside a suite of different options from mid-range TVs to humongous-sized screens that truly encapsulate the meaning of epic. Of course, we've also got the best gaming TVs in 2024, so all your needs are covered.

This page stays updated and will keep you in the loop with all the best cheap 4K TV deals – sometimes offering the best budget gaming TVs as well – so even if there's something you missed or a discount that doesn't quite land with you right now, be sure to return for the next round of deals. 

32-49 inch cheap 4K TV deals

Onn 43-inch 4K UHD Smart TV | $248$178.00 at WalmartSave $70 -

Onn 43-inch 4K UHD Smart TV | $248 $178.00 at Walmart
Save $70 - A 4K TV for under $200? Why yes, Walmart has answered our prayers with this Onn 4k UHD (2160P) LED Roku Smart TV. A new 18% discount has made this the hot product at the retailer, selling fast.

LG Class 4K UHD TV | 43-inch | $338.00 $238 at Walmart
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LG Class 4K UHD TV | 43-inch | $338.00 $238 at Walmart
Save $100 - An LG TV? This cheap! Take advantage of this brilliant deal that reduces one of LG's 2022 models to below $300.

Hisense 43-inch A6 Series 4K TV | $239.99 $199.99 at Best BuySave $40 -

Hisense 43-inch A6 Series 4K TV | $239.99 $199.99 at Best Buy
Save $40 - The large discount on this Hisense 43-inch A6 Series 4K TV cannot be ignored as you're getting full Smart Google TV features with thin bevels here. This is a great deal for any wanting more out of their wallet-friendly gogglebox.

50-65 inches cheap 4K TV deals

Hisense R6G Series 4K TV | 55-inch | $600.99 $269.99 at Best Buy
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Hisense R6G Series 4K TV | 55-inch | $600.99 $269.99 at Best Buy
Save $331 - The big discount on the Hisense 55-inch R6G Series 4K TV takes this model down by almost $300. Simply put, this is a great 4K TV deal for anyone wanting a big screen with Roku functionality built-in for less.

LG 4K UHD TV | 50-inch | $398.00 $328 at Walmart
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LG 4K UHD TV | 50-inch | $398.00 $328 at Walmart
Save $60 -
A great way to get a great TV from arguably the best brand in the business. This 18% discount makes this LG Smart TV a bargain, already selling in its droves at the retailer.

Hisense | 50-inch | $499.99 $339.99 at Amazon
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Hisense | 50-inch | $499.99 $339.99 at Amazon
Save $180 - Less than $40 away from its cheapest ever price, this Hisense 50-inch 4K Smart Fire TV is a great budget TV and one of Amazon's best sellers. It's now 38% off, so good time to buy. 

LG UQ75 Series 4K TV | 65-inch | $449.99$399.99 at Best BuySave $50 -

LG UQ75 Series 4K TV | 65-inch | $449.99 $399.99 at Best Buy
Save $50 - As far as affordably-priced smart 4K TVs go in the 65-inch range, this is certainly one of the more competitively priced options out there. You're getting Web OS here, too, to make use of your favorite streaming apps.

Sony Bravia OLED A80K 4K TV | 55-inch | $1,999.99 $1,598 at AmazonSave $401.99

Sony Bravia OLED A80K 4K TV | 55-inch | $1,999.99 $1,598 at Amazon
Save $401.99 - A decent $400 discount takes this stunning Sony Bravia 4K TV to its lowest-ever price since launch. The 55-inch model features Dolby Vision HDR and exclusive gaming features designed for PS5.

LG C2 4K UHD OLED | 65-inch | $2,499 $1,479 at Walmart
Save $1,020

LG C2 4K UHD OLED | 65-inch | $2,499 $1,479 at Walmart
Save $1,020 - A massive 800-plus discount has brought this top LG model down to its lowest-ever price at the retailer. With 4K Ultra HD and OLED capabilities from one of the best brands in the business, you will find it hard to top this offer.

Samsung S95B QD-OLED 4K TV | 65-inch | $2,999.99 $2,199.99 at SamsungSave $800

Samsung S95B QD-OLED 4K TV | 65-inch | $2,999.99 $2,199.99 at Samsung
Save $800 - This is a chunky discount on it already that brings it down to its record-low price. Blending the best of QLED and OLED TV tech, the S95B is going to be one of the best TVs in recent years.

Cheap 4K TV deals larger than 65-inches

Insignia F30 4K TV | 70-inch | $499.99 $419.99 at Best Buy
Save $80

Insignia F30 4K TV | 70-inch | $499.99 $419.99 at Best Buy
Save $80 - A chunky saving that makes the price of this TV really tempting. This is a great, budget-friendly way to fill a wall with quality 4K TV. As well as a fine 4K panel, also present are DTS Studio Sound, the Fire OS for seamless streaming, and a handy Alexa voice remote - solid value. It's on clearance sale, so we're not sure how long this one will last. 

Cheap 4K TV deals - best 4K TVs under $500

Given that 4K TVs are now the dead normal default screen of choice in 2024, we've seen prices sliding down across every brand's range in the past few years. They often cross over into the best budget gaming TV market too.  

This means that not only can you get a good deal on a TV for under $500, but actually there are some that claim to be the best 4K TV under $500 given what the tech can offer for the price. Yes, you'll still be sacrificing a little bit, but here are three stand-out choices of ours for the best 4K TV you can buy for less than $500.

1. Hisense 65A6G

The best 4K TV under $500 - and perfect for PS5 and XSX

Input lag: 48.2ms (1080/60) | Display type: Direct LED | Refresh rate : 60Hz | HDR: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision | VRR: Yes | HDMI 2.1: Not fully - some HDMI 2.1 functionality

A lot of great TV tech for the money
Dolby Vision HDR
Plenty of streaming apps
Limited HDR brightest
No HDMI 2.1 (but that's not unusual under $500)

The Hisense A6G is a one of the best cheap 4K TV deal under $500 right now - and is even perfect as a  PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X companion. If you're looking to get a great TV on a shoestring, the features and quality packed into the 65-inch (!) Hisense A6G makes this screen incredible value for money.

The design is nothing to write home about, but you get the usual slim bezels and spaced-out feet and in terms of connectivity you're handsomely equipped with three HDMIs - yup, these won't have that premium 120Hz capability but we're at less than $500 aren't we, so cut the A6G some slack. The HDMI ports do, however, support ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), plus eARC. There's even decent (but not spectacular latency here - Hisense claims an input lag of better than 20ms, but we measured it at a slower 48.2ms (1080/60) with Game Mode selected during our testing.

The overall picture performance is good, with excellent fine detail and reasonable dynamics - and at the price point, this really makes the A6G punch above its weight. Dolby Vision helps a lot, effortlessly making the set shine with Dolby Vision shows. We found the motion handling is accomplished too: 60Hz MEMC (Motion Estimation Motion Compensation) interpolation, presented in a variety of strengths, works well for general TV and sport.

2. Samsung TU7000 series

The best cheap Samsung 4K TV

Input lag: 9.5ms | Display type: LED | Refresh Rate: 60Hz | HDR: HDR10+, HLG | VRR: Yes | HDMI 2.1: No

Great gaming television
Automatic console detection 
Samsung pedigree and picture quality
Great value
Only 2 HDMI ports
Sound quality diminishes at higher volume
HDR performance is just OK

At less than $500 you will most likely be looking at slightly older models, but don't let that put you off - TVs from the past couple of years are still excellent and this Samsung TU7000 is a fine example of  one of the best budget gaming TVs right now.  

Putting it really simply, its 4K 60Hz screen is beautiful for movies and games in particular. If you're looking for a Samsung panel that's not too flashy and will provide a really enjoyable and vivid gaming experience then this is it.

The Samsung TU7000's panel gives out great color quality (including really deep blacks thanks to a high contrast ratio), decent sound from its speakers, and a fantastic little feature called automatic console detection which will see the TV switch automatically over to Game Mode from a previous mode. Neat. 

Our testing revealed a picture quality that is very pleasing and crisp, with a great contrast ratio and impressive black uniformity - though you may need to spend some time adjusting the screen - when playing Call of Duty: Warzone we found it quite bright so had to tinker after changing to this game.  

Caveats are quite slight, particularly so given the price point now, but you should know that there are only two HDMIs and then apps and OS can be a little slow at times. The user interface is easy to navigate, even if the remote is clunky, which makes switching between gaming consoles and Samsung TV apps a breeze - although the apps themselves can be a little buggy at times. 

However, given the 55-inch television's MSRP now sitting comfortably below the $500 mark, this is a stupendous cheap 4K TV. You might even find the 58-inch panel for less than $500 but we'd only recommend that one if the extra money was worth the extra three inches of screen.

Read more: Samsung TU7000 review

3. LG 50-inch UP7000

The best LG 4K TV under $500

Input lag: Not stated | Display type: Direct LED | Refresh rate : 60Hz | HDR: HDR10, HLG | VRR: No | HDMI 2.1: No

Incredible value for money
LG pedigree
Wide viewing angles
Solid build quality
No gaming features
OK brightness

While sales and discounts can regularly bring a host of LG 4K TVs under $500, the UP7000 has long been a favorite of ours, and you can get it for unbelievably low prices nowadays - its MSRP seems to be less than $400 now!

Now it is still an entry-level 4K TV but it's from one of the best in the business and that quality shows from the feet up. The design and build quality are very solid and impressive for the price point. Above this, the picture is solid and is particularly nice when viewing TV shows, entertainment, and sports.  

Now, it will lack a few features that could make a TV even better; there's no local dimming, no variable refresh rate, no immensely bright and vivid HDR capability, but there are all sacrifices to be expected at such a low-priced TV.

Yup, it won't blow your socks off with any fancy image accentuations, or gaming-focused features, but it does the job and does it well. If you're after a workhorse in your next cheap 4K TV for under $500 then this LG panel could be it.

Is a 4K TV the best value for money?

The answer to this is a resounding 'yes'. 4K, or UHD, is no longer just the next level of TV tech and screen fidelity on home televisions; it's now the standard, default level. It wasn't that long ago when 4K TV deals were very hard to come by, but now they are readily available and increasingly affordable too. Even 8K TVs are slipping down the price spectrum...

As a result, it's absolutely worth going for 4K - the prices are incredibly aggressive and affordable, and although the majority of content is still produced in HD, the scales are tipping toward 4K increasingly, offering incredible value for money.

What is the downside of a 4K TV?

The downside to a 4K TV is the fact that new brands can still be considered quite pricey, due to the hardware power needed for the technology. In return though you do get better colours and clarity to really take advantage of the best shows and movies around from the comfort of your own living room. 

What is a good price for a 4K TV?

Anyone looking to get a decent 4K TV will likely need to spend around $400 to $500 to get the value that's worth it. Of course, you can spend less with many of the best budget gaming TVs with 4K being offered for less than $300, and occasionally under $200 depending on screen size. 

What to look for in a cheap 4K TV?

Beyond a low price tag, there are a couple of things you want to be sure of when you're looking at 4K TV deals, to ensure you get a quality and reliable product.

You really want to aim for a minimum of 60Hz, this is standard pretty much across the board, though some manufacturers will spec their TVs at 50Hz to try and cut the corners a bit. This is probably OK to the human eye, but 60Hz really should be the going rate.

In bite-size pieces: be sure that the size is correct, and the price doesn't relate to a smaller model; ensure that the TV doesn't skimp on ports, and you have enough for your devices; check that the smart TV functionality and catch up services are fulsome and provide a great service too.

When do you commit to a cheap 4K TV?

Given you've done some research on the best budget gaming TVs and know the model or models that you're interested in and that will suit your needs, this question really can be answered just by doing some good old-fashioned shopping around. Make sure that retailers are price matching for starters, and definitely - definitely - use price trackers where you can. 

Tools and sites like CamelCamelCamel can tell you exactly what the price history of something is and so can confirm when you're getting the lowest ever, or great value price. This can be the deciding factor in when to pull the trigger.

Will I get OLED or QLED in a cheap 4K TV deal?

Getting that premium OLED or QLED tech into your cheap 4K TV deal is, in truth, an unlikely occurrence. Those higher-end screen technologies are still exactly that - high-end. In the next couple of years we might see these creep into cheap territory, perhaps sub-$500 but we aren't there yet. What may help is he advent of QD-OLED which essentially stacks another premium layer on top of the OLEDs we're already used to - this might drive the price down of OLEDs, in a similar way that NeoQLEDs have done with Samsung's regular QLED panels. 

What brand makes the best cheap 4K TVs?

Now, in the year 2024, it's genuinely quite possible to find a range of cheap 4K TVs from all the major brands - even the ones which were traditionally seen as expensive or premium. It's now easier than ever to find quality cheap 4K TV deals from the likes of Samsung, LG, sometimes Sony, and region-specific makers too like Panasonic, Phillips, TCL, Hisense, and so on. 

As well as making specific budget lines now, the gaps between the latest 4K TVs of the past few years mean you can get a quality 4K TV on the cheap just by looking at recent ranges that aren't shouting about being the latest and greatest too.

Want to see some more cheap 4K TV deals? Well, head on over to the TV sales pages over at these retailers for a wider selection of discounts:

Amazon | Best Buy | Samsung | Dell | Walmart | B&H Photo

For more advice, don't forget to check out our guide to the best HDMI cable for gaming and the best soundbar for TV.

Rob Dwiar

Rob is the Deputy Editor of sister site, TechRadar Gaming, and has been in the games and tech industry for years. Prior to a recent stint as Gaming Editor at WePC, Rob was the Commissioning Editor for Hardware at GamesRadar+, and was on the hardware team for more than four years, since its inception in late 2018. He is also a writer on games and has had work published over the last six years or so at the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. He is also a qualified landscape and garden designer, so does that in his spare time, while he is also an expert on the virtual landscapes and environments of games and loves to write about them too, including in an upcoming book on the topic!

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