Nothing says Black Friday like buying a massive OLED TV, and we've found the best deal going before the main event has even started. LG CS OLED Series marks some of the best 4K TV tech that money can buy, which is why it normally costs an eye-watering $1,799. However, right now that 55-inch model is down to less than $1,300 at Amazon, a massive saving of $500!
That's right, Amazon has lowered the price of LG OLED C2 (55-inch) down to $1,297 — the absolute best price we've ever seen.
OLED TVs have the most authentic black, making The LG C2 OLED one of the best TVs for watching HDR content. Movies will pop with vibrance and contrast to give you the punchy picture you usually can only experience in a cinema.
On top of its picture quality, the gaming capabilities of the LG C2 OLED are phenomenal. It doesn't matter what console you have; the four HDMI 2.1 ports are perfect for ensuring you can gaming in 4K at 120 FPS as much as you want. Plus, the LG C2 OLED has extremely low input lag, meaning you won't have to worry about lagging out during your online gaming matches.
It also supports Dolby Atmos, giving you the most decadent sound experience that any TV set can provide.
We've never seen the 55-inch LG C2 at this price before, and it's worth every penny for anyone who loves excellent picture quality. Plus, if you're looking for bigger (or smaller) sizes, those are all one sale now too. We think $1350(ish) for the 55-inch model hits the sweet spot for most living spaces. Not too big, not too small, and not too expensive for the quality you receive.
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