We've ploughed through hundreds of products on the John Lewis website to reveal our pick of the best offers on the table right now, based on both price and product quality.
We only recommend products that have been rigorously tested in our lab - and we don't recommend deals on shoddy items. But it's still worth checking our reviews to find out whether it's going to be perfect for you and your needs.
We'll be updating this page regularly with new John Lewis deals as they launch, so check back here for our expert picks from the Boxing Day sales and beyond. You can either scroll down the page to see all the deals, or use the links below to jump straight to the product you're after:
Here are some great prices we've spotted so far.
We like: Good speech clarity
We don't like: Some colour issues in certain scenes
This 43-inch set is one of LG's cheaper models, but a 4K TV from a leading brand for less than £400 is a rare thing. Does the low price of this 43-inch TV mean it's not one of the better models available?
We like: HDR is used well, clear dialogue
We don't like: 4K detail is inconsistent, awkward menus
This model is a low-end set in LG's range, but it still comes with voice control and the same accessibility features as more expensive LG TVs. This includes grayscale to improve clarity for colour-blind viewers and a high-contrast mode to emphasise text on menus.
4K only manages high detail in some scenes. It's not blurry at all, but it should be eye-poppingly precise.
This TV's currently £448 at John Lewis, and it comes with a five-year guarantee.
Samsung UE55AU7100KXXU - £449
We liked: Phenomenal 4K picture, nicely balanced sound
We didn't like: HDR isn't used well, sound can be thin
The UE55AU7100's 4K footage is tremendous and feels as though you're watching a TV twice the price. The level of detail is a match for some of Samsung's most high-end models - it's a phenomenal achievement.
It's not all roses for the 7100 though. we didn't think the HDR effect was particularly good and though the sound is nicely balanced, it's not as deep or full as better TV's. You might want to add a sound bar or home cinema system through the HDMI eARC input, which is easy enough.
We liked: Great remote
We didn't like: The body rattles at certain audio pitches
The audio is rich and of good quality. However, this TV did rattle at certain pitches in our tests - although we found this was rare.
This is a great TV for gamers and has lots of gaming features, including FreeSync, VRR and a 120Hz screen. In the past, this TV has cost as much as £1,499 so this is a good deal. Read our expert to find out more.
We liked: HDR is used well
We didn't like: Some confusing menus
48-inch OLEDs are relatively new and are great for anyone who wanted an OLED, but didn't have room for a 55-inch set. This is one of LG's more high-end OLED TVs and it's from its most popular range.
It's currently on offer at John Lewis for £999, and comes with a five-year guarantee.
We liked: Vibrant, life-like colours
We didn't like: Newly-designed operating system (we preferred the older version)
This is a decent saving for this LG OLED TV and the cheapest price we could find right now. This model is from one of LG's most high-end ranges. It's an OLED - each pixel in the display creates its own light, unlike LCDs and QLEDs which have backlights. OLEDs tend to have the best contrast and more control over which parts of the screen are lit.
We like: Great HDR
We didn't like: some scenes look a bit drab
It's Sony's entry-level OLED TV, but you still get the same Bravia Core processor found in Sony's most high-end OLEDs. It's still pricier than many entry-level OLEDs though.
We like: Exciting HDR effect, nicely balanced sound
We didn't like: Cluttered menus and remote
Few TVs make more of HDR than this one. Darker parts of the picture plunge into rich gloom feeling thick and deep. We could still pick out detail though, which is an impressive feat, and it really makes good on the promise of HDR to improve the picture.
The menus are a bit cluttered and it's not always easy to find the settings you want. Apart from that this TV offers value for money, especially at the reduced price of £1,599.
You can snap it up for £1,599 from , and it's also on offer for this price at both with a five-year guarantee included, or at . This is still a lot of money, though, so before you buy find out what our tests discovered in our .
We like: Fantastic use of HDR, detailed 4K picture, rich and powerful sound
We didn't like: Lower resolution content should be more balanced
We wish everything was available in 4K HDR because most TVs can do it justice. Few do it as well as the A80J though. The brighter parts of the picture shine out like there's an FBI torch behind them and dark parts feel like a true absence of light. Perfect for horror films and spy dramas.
The sound could be wider and expand into the room, but its secondary to everything the speakers get right, which is everything else.
We like: Gorgeous 4K picture, fantastic sound that fills the room, good features for gamers
We didn't like: Colours look a bit warm at lower resolution
The Panasonic TX-65JZ2000B looks glorious and sounds stunning too. The 4K picture has wonderful colour accuracy giving you a lifelike image that feels natural. Good 4K footage goes beyond being simply lifelike though. It pushes further, creating something hyper-realistic with a tangible depth that feels almost three dimensional.
We like: Reasonably portable
We didn't like: Fairly basic in terms of specs, no memory card slot
If you're after a basic laptop, this is one to consider. It doens't have a memory card slot, or much in the way of storage space, and it's also worth knowing that Chromebooks generally aren't suited to heavy-duty tasks like photo-editing.
But, depending what you need a laptop for, you might not mind that. It's reasonably portable and starts up nice and quickly.
We like: Ultra-portable
We didn't like: No memory card slot
This low-cost laptop has a two-in-one design: you can use it as a laptop or as a tablet-like device. It's easily portable, too. On the downside, there's no memory card slot. One to consider if you're after a basic laptop.
We like: Thin and lightweight
We didn't like: Narrow screen viewing angles
This laptop has a full HD screen - which you won't always get for a laptop of this price - and two USB ports, a USB-C, HDMI and a headphone jack.
We like: Very light
We didn't like: Poor web browsing battery life
This laptop's screen and speakers could be a bit better and battery life when browsing the web is poor. But, for the price, the Surface Laptop Go is well worth a look. Particularly if you want something that's highly portable, as it only weights 1.12kg.
We like:Fast start-up
We didn't like: Laggy touchpad
If you're looking for a fast laptop, the Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1 7415 is worth considering. The flexibility of using it as a tablet could prove useful, too - it's touchscreen is a 360-degree hinge, so if you fold the keyboard backwards, you have yourself a huge 14-inch tablet.
We like: Quick performance, good battery life
We didn't like: Keyboard is cramped and could offer better touch
Because of its large screen size, this is a great laptop if you need a machine you can take on-the-go but which you primarily use at home.
this model supports the latest Wi-Fi standard - known as WiFi 6 -which can offer brilliant speeds if you have a router that supports it. Most supporting hardware only started to be released during 2020.
We like: Light with excellent speakers
We didn't like: Not many ports, underwhelming web-cam
This is a thin and light (1.27kg) laptop with a great screen. However, it doesn't have many ports - only a USB-C, headphone jack and a magnetic Surface Connect. Although you can buy and attach a dock with extra ports, if you need them.
We like: Great screen
We didn't like: Poor speakers
Google's Pixelbook Go is an affordable, capable Chromebook that offers good battery life, specs and portability. It's light enough to pop in a bag, as just 1.05kg. It's very thin and compact, too.
We like: Fantastic screen, rich-sounding speakers
We don't like: Only two ports
This lovely-looking Apple MacBook has a 13.3-inch screen and a robust, all-aluminum chassis. It's a touch heavier than similar-sized rivals, at just under 1.4kg, but that may not matter to you.
It doesn't have Apple's latest M1 processor, though - and you only get two USB-C ports, so you'll need to buy an adaptor to expand them if you want to plug more accessories in.
This John Lewis 7kg capacity washing machine has been available for a while now. It's got four different wash programs, including a delicate wash and a 14-minute quick wash for those times you are in a hurry for clean clothes. This washer also has a start delay so that you can set it to start when you aren't at home.
This freestanding John Lewis JLWM1428 washing machine features a sensor to weigh your laundry and adjust the length of the wash accordingly, potentially saving you water and electricity, and reducing wear and tear on your clothes. It's quieter than a lot of machines, while having effective wash and spin cycles to leave your clothes fresh and clean.
Samsung WW90T684DLH - £549 with the £120 trade-in offer
This Samsung has plenty of features to make laundry day less of a chore, including automatic detergent dispensing and the 'AddWash' door - a hatch in the machine porthold that means you can add in that missed sock after the wash has started. You can also control the washing remotely via the Smart Things app.
John Lewis is selling this model for £669 but if you trade in your old appliance when purchasing this model, you'll get a £120 discount, taking the price down to £549.
Currently on offer for £599 at John Lewis down from £719, the JLWM1610 is a freestanding washing machine that's designed for large, busy households, thanks to a 10kg cotton capacity.
With a host of features included, this washing machine comes with a notable steam setting that can be used to refresh lightly soiled clothes or reduce creases, and an LED display among a range of other settings.
This washing machine has a powerful spin that helps clothes dry quickly and you'll find plenty of features to make laundry day less of a chore.
This Miele washing machine has some useful features including one that lets you add laundry items at any point in the washing program. It also has automatic load adjustment, which tailors the amount of water and energy used to suit each load.
This model is currently available at John Lewis for £949 but you can trade in your old appliance for a £100 saving making the actual cost £849.
This washing machine has a large capacity and does a great job of shifting stubborn stains. It's also a doddle to use and relatively quiet, too.
The Cyclone V10 Animal is versatile and easy to use, although we wish it had a slightly longer battery life. It comes with two filters and four cleaning tools.
John Lewis is currently selling the Cyclone V10 Animal for £299 (usually £349), and you can get a V10 dok for storage with a range of extra tools (worth £150) for no additional cost.
You can return small items purchased online to a John Lewis or Waitrose store, send them back via post or courier, or arrange a Hermes collection. You can log in to your online account to request this.
If you ordered a large item and it's faulty, John Lewis will collect it for free. If there's nothing wrong with the item, you'll have to pay £29.95 for it to be collected.
Items bought in store can be returned to John Lewis branches - just bring your receipt and ensure the item is unused, in its original packaging with tags attached.
Faulty electrical items bought within the last 30 days can be returned to store; alternatively to arrange a repair, replacement or refund. If you bought the faulty item more than 30 days ago, answer the questions on the to find out what to do.