These Philips 4K TVs are back at insane sales prices, with Ambilight to boot

Still searching for that perfect TV deal? This Philips PUS8204/12 4K TV model is back at its incredible Black Friday prices, with hundreds of pounds to be saved on the high-tech display. (Not in the UK, or just missed the deal? Scroll down for other TV deals in your region.)

The Philips PUS8204/12 is available in both 50-inch and 65-inch sizes, with a £350 and £450 discount on the respective models.

Given the size of the displays, as well as the premium formats and panel technologies – 4K resolution, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision – you're getting a lot for your cash. Not to mention Philips' proprietary Ambilight technology, which projects onscreen colours onto the wall behind the television for a sense of atmosphere you won't get with other TVs.

Today's best Philips 4K TV deals at Currys

If you're not sure how big a TV you want, you can check out our guide to which TV size you need, or head straight to our best small TV page if you're looking for something a bit more compact.

Not in the UK, or just missed the deal? You can find some other great TV deals in your region below:

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