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LG TV deals: OLED, QLED, QNED and more on sale today

There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it, TVs are some of the most highly sought after items when it comes to electronics deals. That’s because with some excellent discounts you can both upgrade the size you get and the quality of TV, while spending much, much less. And if you’ve been consistently checking out the best TV deals, you’ll notice LG often features. Also a popular entry in our look at the best TVs, LG is always a brand worth paying attention. But its TVs can be pricey. That’s why we’ve checked out the best LG TV deals in particular, so you can save on some fantastic high-end TVs. Below, we’ve picked out the best of the bunch currently available. Take a look and see which one you want to add to your home.

LG 43-inch Class 4K UHD Smart TV — $258, was $338

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Don’t overlook this TV, because with its decent size, 4K UHD support, and built-in smart functionality thanks to webOS 22 it has everything you could ever want or need. It’s the perfect set for upgrading or replacing an auxiliary room like a bedroom, game room, patio, or beyond. It’s powered by the LG a5 Gen 5 AI processor, has LG’s Game Optimizer and Dashboard, and active HDR via HDR10 Pro.

LG 50-inch 50UQ7070 4K TV — $328, was $398

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The LG 50-inch 50UQ7070 4K TV keeps things simple while offering up all the essentials you need. It has the LG a5 Gen AI processor so you gain enhanced picture and sound quality while you watch. It also has a game optimizer mode to give you the best gaming experience for the price. Active HDR (HDR10 Pro) provides scene-by-scene picture adjustment to automatically adjust the quality of what you’re watching. Elsewhere, you get an eARC connection for better sound quality while there are nice details like sports alerts for real-time updates from your favorite teams.

LG 50-inch Class UR9000 Series LED 4K UHD Smart TV — $430, was $470

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Powered by LG’s ThinQ AI technology, this immersive TV offers impressive 4K upscaling with HDR10 compatibility to improve your picture. You get webOS 23 for smart streaming right away, with quick cards for navigation shortcuts and a bevy of channels for extra entertainment. The a5 Gen 6 AI processor delivers exceptional performance while watching media, gaming, and beyond. The unique filmmaker mode allows you to experience movies and shows as if you’re the director.

LG 50-inch Class 4K UHD Smart NanoCell TV — $450, was $500

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The “real 4K” NanoCell display uses enhanced density to deliver true colors, a vibrant picture, and better performance all around. It’s elevated even more with the ThinQ AI upscaling, gameplay enhancements, active HDR, and the unique filmmaker mode you’ll find only on select LG TVs. WebOS offers streaming right out of the box, with an active internet connection, and the magic remote makes it easy to search and control content.

LG 65-inch 65UQ7070 4K TV — $458, was $558

LG UN7000 Series 5-Inch 4K Smart TV

For a bigger TV experience, there’s always the LG 65-inch 65UQ7070 4K TV. It’s a great size for your living room and ideally suited for many forms of entertainment. There’s its dedicated gaming optimizer mode which adjusts all your game settings in one place. Active HDR (HDR10 Pro) means you get scene-by-scene adjustments as you view, so the quality is always at its best. That’s thanks to LG’s a5 Gen 5 AI processor which does all the background work for you so you can simply enjoy watching or playing a game.

LG 70-inch 70UQ7070 — $598, was $648

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For anyone with a large living room or gaming den, you need the LG 70-inch 70UQ7070. It has plenty of benefits such as LG’s a5 Gen 5AI processor so it’s capable of upscaling and enhancing the picture in the background without you needing to do a thing. If you like to tweak settings though, gamers will love the game optimizer mode which offers up plenty of settings but also does the hard work for you. Active HDR (HDR10 Pro) provides scene-by-scene adjustments with the quality of the picture improved without you noticing the work involved. Plenty of streaming services are catered for here too so it’s a breeze to use.

LG 55-inch B2 OLED 4K TV — $1,000, was $1,100

The LG B2 OLED 4K TV in a living room.

With the advantage of self-lit pixels aka OLED, the LG 55-inch B2 OLED TV looks great. It leads to deep blacks and vibrant colors, even as part of the same scene. The a7 Gen 5 AI processor 4K can adjust picture and sound qualities automatically to give you a great picture every time. That’s helped by AI Picture Pro 4K which automatically enhances contrast and resolution via AI 4K upscaling and AI Tone Mapping so you get to witness lifelike images. A dedicated Filmmaker mode promises great results for movie fans, while there’s also a dedicated Game Optimizer for gaming too. Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos all add to the experience while the TV is even easy to use thanks to the Wiimote-like Magic Remote.

LG 55-inch Class C2 Series OLD evo 4K UHD Smart TV — $1,200, was $1,300

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This self-lit OLED evo TV comes equipped with the webOS smart streaming platform, all powered by LG’s a9 Gen 5 AI processor with 4K upscaling. For gaming, you get Nvidia G-Sync, AMD FreeSync, and LG Game Optimizer support. The brightness booster, 100% color fidelity, and 100% color volume offer rich, vibrant picture options for your movies and shows. The magic remote, cloud streaming support through GeForce Now, and WiSA ready wireless connectivity for use with high fidelity speakers offer even more features that are going to rock your home theater.

LG 65-inch A2 OLED TV — $1,300, was $1,400

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LG makes some of the best OLED TVs so this LG 65-inch A2 OLED TV is well worth your time and money. It has LG’s a7 Gen5 AI processor 4K which adjusts picture and sound quality while also upscaling non-4K content. Features like AI Picture Pro 4K and AI Tone Mapping provide lifelike images every time, while you also get automatically enhanced contrast and resolution. Dynamic Tone Mapping is able to detect what you’re seeing and apply the optimal tone curve so you gain more natural color, deeper contrast, and more intricate detail. There’s also LG’s Filmmaker Mode for watching movies with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos support, while a game optimizer mode is great for avid players.

LG 75-inch Class 80 Series QNED 4K UHD Smart TV — $1,500, was $1,700

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Leveraging Quantum Dot NanoCell technology, and the a7 Gen 6 AI processor, this LG panel delivers vibrant colors, rich contrast, and sharp picture to elevate every single scene you watch. All of that, coupled with virtual 5.1 surround audio, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision, and advanced gameplay features make this TV stand out, and that’s well before even considering the size. It comes with webOS 23 for streaming right out of the box, and support all your favorite streaming platforms.

LG 65-inch Class B2 OLED 4K UHD Smart TV — $1,500, was $2,300

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A gorgeous OLED panel, LG’s a7 Gen 5 AI processor for 4K content and upscaling, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, gaming optimizations with cloud gaming support through GeForce Now, and webOS 22 plus support for the LG magic remote — this TV is a fantastic option for any home theater setup.

LG 86-inch 80 Series QNED 4K TV — $1,700, was $2,000

An LG 70-inch Class NanoCell 75 Series LED 4K UHD Smart TV sits on an entertainment stand in a living room.

QNED isn’t exactly a household name for many but LG’s use of Quantum Dot NanoCell color technology provides richer and more accurate colors than elsewhere. There’s local dimming too to improve contrast and reduce the halo effect for a clearer picture. Alongside such rich and lifelike colors, you get all the other great features from LG like AI Picture Pro 4K, Dynamic Tone Mapping, a dedicated Filmmaker mode, AI Tone Mapping, and a simple-to-use interface. Simply put, everything will look great here.

LG 65-inch G2 OLED evo TV — $2,000, was $2,200

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Designed to look particularly good on your wall, the LG 65-inch G2 OLED evo TV is LG’s brightest LG OLED TV ever. Its Brightness Booster Max technology works alongside the latest a9 Gen5 AI processor to provide you with the brightest and best OLED performance yet. As with the others, you don’t need to do a thing to get the best performance here. Simply load up a film and Filmmaker mode does its thing or use the Game Optimizer while playing. With all the latest picture technologies from LG here, just wall mount your TV and it’ll provide you with a picture quality you can only dream of. It’s the ultimate LG TV right now.

LG 65-inch Class C3 Series OLED 4K UHD Smart TV — $2,000, was $2,500

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The first thing you’ll notice about this gorgeous OLED panel is that it features an ultra slim design with a nearly invisible bezel. That meshes well with the art gallery mode that essentially turns the TV into a piece of fine art when it’s not in use. It’s all powered by the LG a9 Gen 6 AI processor with 4K upscaling, webOS 23, LG ThinQ AI and the magic remote for an incredible experience. The brightness booster, unique filmmaker mode, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support offer immersive home theater experiences. Plus, you get ultimate gaming support via the Nvidia G-Sync, AMD FreeSync compatibility, with the LG Game Dashboard and Game Optimizer. This is a great TV for standard movies and shows, gaming, fine art, and much more.

LG 42-inch OLED Flex — $2,200, was $3,000

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Billed simply as the LG OLED Flex — with seemingly no mention of size or dimensions — the Flex is a 42-inch curved display in part of LG’s 2023 lineup. It’s called so because, well, it’s a flexible display with a bendable design. At the push of a button you can change the curvature of the screen to adjust viewing angles, with an ergonomic and sleek stand to keep it firmly in place. An ambient-light sensor helps adjust the vibrant backlighting to keep it bright and vivid. It features “super” anti-reflection properties, game optimizations including cloud gaming support via GeForce Now, and powerful entertainment options — all powered by the a9 Gen 5 AI processor.

LG 77-inch B2 OLED TV — $2,300, was $2,500

Playing video games on the LG B2 4K OLED Smart TV.

Bigger and better than others, the LG 77-inch B2 OLED TV has the now reliable set of high-end LG OLED features you’d expect. That means its a7 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K powering a lifelike picture with extensive depth and rich colors, with self-lit pixels looking fantastic. AI Picture Pro 4K works hard alongside AI Tone Mapping to provide a great picture while there’s also 100% color fidelity, 100% color volume, and Dynamic Tone Mapping too. You hardly need to do a thing either with the Filmmaker mode hard at work here along with the game optimizer providing Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, and much more for a gorgeous image.

LG 65-inch Class 4K G3 Series UHD OLED Smart TV — $2,899, was $3,297

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This TV features a one wall design and includes a wall bracket so you can mount it nearly flush to the surface with almost no space in between. It’s also so thin it looks like nothing more than a vibrant photo frame up on the wall. Dolby Vision, WebOS 23, and LG’s a9 Gen 6 AI processor deliver one of the clearest and brightest pictures you’ve ever seen.

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