Cash for Goals? 5 amazing 4K UHD TVs for over £699



Want to save some cash on a new TV with our Cash for Goals promotion but not sure which telly to choose? Here are 5 of our faves…

Planning on watching the football this summer? Why not do it on a new 4K TV? With our Cash for Goals promotion you get £10 cashback for every goal your chosen team scores when you buy any TV at £699 or over…

You could enjoy 4 times the resolution of your current HD set with a 4K UHD TV – and a whole lot more. 8 reasons to buy a 4K UHD TV now.

Here’s our pick of the qualifying TVs… all our chosen TVs are Smart so you get built-in streaming apps like Netflix and catch-up TV like BBC iPlayer.

Once you’ve chosen your telly, you just need to pick a team.

 

Samsung JU6800 4K Ultra HD TV

In a nutshell: A big-screen 4K TV that doesn’t blow the budget – includes nano-crystal tech for more colours and Netflix streaming 

If you want a big TV with 4K resolution that’ll give you change from £1,000 this Samsung is a great option. Although this doesn’t have HDR technology, it’s still one of the top TVs from Samsung’s 2015 line-up – and it’s future-proofed for 4K streaming through Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.

You get a 50-inch screen – perfect for watching those goals go in (or not). When watching 4K content, the picture is sensational – detailed, sharp and with real depth. The picture has more colours and increased brightness thanks to a layer of tiny nano-crystals in its screen.

Plus, HD content looks great with powerful upscaling tech that improves picture quality of non-4K content. What is 4K upscaling and how does it improve football?

Choose this TV if you want…

  • A big-screen TV on a budget – save money with one of last year’s top televisions
  • 4K UHD resolution and upscaling when you’re watching HD content
  • To stream content from Netflix and Amazon in 4K 
  • The increased colour range of nano-crystal technology

Save money with the Samsung JU6800

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LG UH668V 4K HDR TV

In a nutshell: A 4K TV with HDR picture tech for under £950 – it’s super easy to set-up and use too

If you’re more bothered about the latest picture technology than a super-sized screen this LG is perfect. Another new 2016 TV, this set packs latest high dynamic range picture tech into a smaller 49-inch screen. The result? A 4K HDR TV that’s considerably cheaper than many other models.

You need to pair your HDR TV with HDR video to get the true benefit. Netflix and Amazon Instant Video stream in 4K HDR, and Ultra HD Blu-ray is also compatible.

Enjoy deep, detailed darks and bright whites – and every shade in-between. There are many more colours, and they are incredibly vivid. Enjoy over 1 billion colours with the 10-bit colour panel.

HDR content is made using two different formats – HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, and LG TVs are compatible with both formats. What is HDR TV? 

Switching from Netflix to BBC One or Blu-ray to set-top box is easy too thanks to the award-winning webOS Smart TV software. You can stream 4K content from Netflix and Amazon while BBC iPlayer and other catch-up TV apps are built-in. HD content is upscaled to look much sharper too.

Choose this TV if you want…

  • One of our lowest-priced 4K HDR TVs
  • A large but not super-sized screen
  • To stream Netflix and Amazon Instant video in 4K and in HDR
  • Compatibility with Ultra HD Blu-ray and 4K discs (HDMI 2.0)
  • Support for both HDR formats – HDR10 and Dolby Vision
  • An incredibly easy to use smart TV system

Save money with the LG UH668V

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Samsung SUHD KS9000 4K HDR TV

In a nutshell: SUHD are Samsung’s best 4K TVs – and this one has the lot – HDR for improved contrast, quantum dots for better colour, large, curved screen for cinematic viewing.

Samsung makes lots of 4K UHD TVs and it differentiates the good from the very best with its SUHD line – which wowed the experts at CES in Las Vegas this year. All its SUHD TVs boast certain features to improve picture quality beyond regular 4K resolution. 

The SUHD KS9000 is an excellent TV. Its 55-inch screen is curved for a more cinematic experience with a picture that wraps around you. It’s designed to get the best from HDR content, with a vast range of colours and incredible contrast. 

The TV can create more than 1 billion colours thanks to a layer of tiny quantum dot crystals. While it’s capable of high levels of brightness – much brighter than an OLED TV.

When you’re watching in daylight screen glare is reduced thanks to technology that absorbs light in the same way as a moth’s eye. Dark areas of the screen stay dark thanks to local dimming technology. What is local dimming?

Of course, when you’re streaming Netflix or Amazon in regular 4K or watching BT Sport Ultra HD it looks incredible. Even when you’re watching in HD, content is upscaled to look much sharper too.

Choose this TV if you want…

  • A cutting-edge, high-end TV from the biggest TV maker in the world
  • Large curved screen for a cinema-like experience and big game atmosphere
  • A screen that can create an incredibly bright picture
  • More than 1 billion colours and support for HDR video
  • Stream Netflix and Amazon Instant video in 4K and in HDR
  • Compatibility with Ultra HD Blu-ray and 4K discs (HDMI 2.0)

Save money with the Samsung SUHD KS9000

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LG 55UH850V 4K HDR TV

In a nutshell: Picture-quality purists will love this combination of super-sharp 4K resolution, wide viewing angle for entertaining and support for HDR

Find all the latest TV tech in one of our newest TVs. This 2016 TV from LG is now available after being first shown off at the CES tech show in January. You can enjoy the increased detail and depth of 4K resolution with a much wider colour range thanks to a layer of tiny crystals called quantum dots. 

The 55-inch flat screen is perfect for recreating the big-game atmosphere, and the wide IPS viewing angle gives those on the edge of the sofa a great view too. It also includes the TV tech of 2016 – HDR, or high dynamic range. 

You can enjoy HDR content from Netflix or Ultra HD Blu-ray. This TV supports both HDR formats: HDR 10 and Dolby Vision. What is HDR TV?

A TV’s ability to create deep blacks and colours is a major indicator of picture quality, and this LG uses local dimming to create dark blacks. Of course, when you’re streaming Netflix or Amazon in regular 4K or watching BT Sport Ultra HD it looks incredible. And if you’re watching HD channels the picture quality is upscaled.

Choose this TV if you want…

  • One of the newest, most advanced TVs around
  • A big TV to create big-game atmosphere
  • To stream Netflix and Amazon Instant video in 4K and in HDR
  • Compatibility with Ultra HD Blu-ray and 4K discs (HDMI 2.0)
  • Support for both HDR formats – HDR10 and Dolby Vision
  • An incredibly easy to use smart TV system
  • Good picture quality from a wide angle

Save money with the LG 850V

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Sony Bravia XD85 4K HDR TV

In a nutshell: Chic, minimalist TV with 4K HDR picture quality and the best of Google built in – makes HD content look incredibly sharp too 

This premium 55-inch 4K HDR TV from Sony has only recently gone on sale after being unveiled at CES. Its design is just as impressive as its 4K resolution with an incredibly slim body that blends into your wall (almost). Combine its 4K resolution with HDR video for an excellent range of colours, bright whites and detailed blacks.

When you’re watching BBC 1 HD or Sky HD, the TV makes the picture much sharper with some of the best upscaling technology around. The TV runs on Google Android software so it’s easy to set up and use. Your smartphone can become your remote for ‘casting’ shows from Netflix and BBC iPlayer to your TV.

You can also stream PlayStation games over the internet without needing a console, and you can stream 4K content from Netflix and Amazon while BBC iPlayer and other catch-up TV apps are built-in.

Choose this TV if you want... 

  • A minimalist TV to suit a stylish room
  • Large screen for big game atmosphere
  • Powerful upscaling technology for watching normal TV
  • Stream Netflix and Amazon Instant Video in 4K and in HDR
  • To use your phone as your remote control
  • Access to all the movies and TV shows in Google Play Store
  • Compatibility with Ultra HD Blu-ray and 4K discs (HDMI 2.0)

Save money with the Sony Bravia XD 85

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