The best Boxing Day deals on TVs

Matt Sayer 27 December 2017 NEWS


Upgrade your entertainment centre with a brand new big-screen TV on the cheap.

Between Netflix, Foxtel, Stan and the rebirth of free-to-air TV, we Aussies have no shortage of entertainment worth collapsing onto the couch for. To enjoy shows like Game of Thrones and The Crown to their fullest, though, you need a quality TV to watch them on.

These days, that means a sleek LED of 40-inches or more, with support for 4K resolutions and HDR lighting. The latter two are especially important if you're looking at hooking up a modern video game console since the latest games leverage both 4K and HDR to push the envelope of graphical fidelity further than it's ever been.

A couple of years ago, a decent 4K TV would have cost more than the average car, but thanks to the relentless pace of new technology, prices have dropped to the point where it's often cheaper and easier to buy a 4K TV than a regular HD one. Just take a look at our round-up of the best Boxing Day deals on TVs below to see for yourself:

Model Retailer Discounted price Buy it
LG 43-inch 4K Smart TV The Good Guys $795 Go to site
Sony 43-inch Full HD TV Myer $800 Go to site
Samsung 50-inch 4K Smart TV The Good Guys $895 Go to site
Sony 49-inch 4K HDR TV (X8000E) Sony Store $999 Go to site
Samsung 55-inch Curved 4K TV The Good Guys $1395 Go to site
Sony 60-inch 4K HDR TV (X67E) Sony Store $1499 Go to site
Samsung 55-inch 4K HDR SUHD TV Myer $1500 Go to site

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