Football comes home: TV purchases soar as Brits prepare for EPL return
After a three-month delay, the Premier League is finally back on our screens. With football coming home, TV purchases have soared by 26% in the five days leading up to the season restart as stadiums and pubs remain closed.
Those keen to get in on the action with a new screen have also chosen a good time to bag a bargain, with prices also dropping by 6.28% ahead of the final games.
Though this year’s winners have been crowned, attention will now turn to the relegation battle and who’ll qualify for the Champions League.
For those looking at a new TV to watch the conclusion we’ve three of the best deals available:
Best available price: £599
First up is the eye-catching Samsung Serif. Specially designed to blend into any modern interior, this stylish TV also delivers outstanding picture quality with a QLED display.
Best available price: £437.61
You can always rely on LG for quality and this TV is no exception. A 65” ultra HD screen will get you in the heart of the action without breaking the bank.
Best available price: £455.80
This model, released in July 2019, offers value which doesn’t compromise quality. A Smart TV delivering 4K Ultra HD makes this ideal not only for enjoying sport, but also your favourite streaming service.
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Always shop around
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Check the history
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Be smart on specs
Not every new model is the right one for you. Look at trusted review sites so you can get a clear idea of what you are getting from your money. Also, check the model before it, or the one before that, to weigh up how many new features are on this device. Why fork out extra for one tiny change in the spec, when the older model is often much cheaper, with little difference in functionality?