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Best Buy slashes 4K TV prices, with delivery by March Madness

This year’s March Madness is fast approaching, and if you’re going to watch the annual tournament from home like most college basketball fans, you might want to invest in a 4K TV. Fortunately, retailers have launched March Madness TV sales with expected delivery times that should get the 4K TV in your home before the first round of the tournament.

Best Buy is among the retailers that are getting into the March Madness spirit with its 4K TV offers, including its discounts for 65-inch 4K TVs from LG and Samsung. The 65-inch LG NanoCell 85 Series 4K TV is available at $200 off, bringing its price down to $900 from its original price of $1,100, and the 65-inch Samsung Q800T Series 8K TV is available at $700 off, lowering its price to $2,000 from its original price of $2,700.

65-inch LG NanoCell 85 Series 4K TV – $900, was $1,100

LG NanoCell 85-series
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The LG 65NANO85UNA is powered by LG’s α7 Gen 3 Processor, which enables 4K UHD resolution while also upscaling all content you watch into that quality. The 4K TV also features Cinema HDR, which supports a wide range of formats for scene-by-scene picture adjustment to elevate the beauty of what you watch, including Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG. There’s also Dolby Vision IQ, which automatically tweaks picture settings depending on your environment’s lighting conditions and the content that you’re watching.

The 4K TV runs on LG ThinQ, a platform that integrates Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa to enable voice commands. As a smart TV, you have access to the apps of streaming services, for more things to watch beyond the March Madness games. Meanwhile, to boost the audio experience, you can connect Bluetooth speakers to the LG TV, which is further improved by the multi-dimensional surround sound provided by Dolby Atmos.

If you need to upgrade your TV so that you can watch March Madness like you’re sitting courtside, the 65-inch LG NanoCell 85 Series 4K TV is a solid choice. It’s an even better deal with Best Buy’s $200 discount for the 4K TV, which brings its price down to $900 from its original price of $1,100. With the first round of March Madness set to start in a few days, you should click that Buy Now button as soon as you can to make sure that the LG 4K TV gets delivered to your house on time.

65-inch Samsung Q800T Series 8K TV – $2,000, was $2,700

If you think watching March Madness games at 4K resolution isn’t enough, then go ahead and step it up to 8K resolution with the Samsung QN65Q800TAFXZA. This TV’s 65-inch display offers amazing sharpness and depth at 16 times more resolution than an HD TV, powered by Samsung’s 8K Quantum Processor that uses deep learning A.I. technology to deliver 8K quality video. The processor is also capable of upscaling all of the content you watch into 8K resolution.

The Samsung TV is equipped with built-in speakers on all four sides, so every swish of the net will be amplified into cinema-quality sound. Additionally, the 8K TV is also a smart TV, with access to the most popular streaming services so that you’d have endless content to watch after March Madness ends.

Hardcore college basketball fans who’d like to go all out for this year’s March Madness should consider investing in the 65-inch Samsung Q800T Series 8K TV, so you can watch the games in extreme style. Best Buy is offering the 8K TV with a $700 discount that lowers its price to $2,000, from its original price of $2,700, so now’s a great time to go ahead with the purchase. March Madness starts in a few days, but if you click the Buy Now button immediately, there’s enough time to get the Samsung 8K TV shipped to your home before the first round.

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