With the Black Friday sales approaching, our heads have started spinning thinking about all the things we need to buy and where to get them from. In case of TV sets, the case is even more complicated considering the model numbers, features, prices and store names we have to think about. All the articles and blogs written about the Black Friday sale do not help at all, in fact, they just add to an overwhelming stress.
This post will help you find your dream TV without any hassle as we will simplify things for you preventing you from wasting your money on a useless idiot box.
As LG TV sets are the most popular one among them all, we have listed down the 10 best LG TVs in town along with their features and disadvantages and where you could get them.
LG’s entry-level 65-inch OLED TV gets LG’s Alpha 7 Gen 2 processor rather than the faster Alpha 9 one delivered in LG’s step up OLED ranges. This means its pictures aren’t quite as dynamic or consistent with their color. However, the 65B9’s OLED screen still delivers contrast, black levels and viewing angles – all within a sumptuous, super-slim design – that movie fans should find seriously hard to resist at a Black Friday price of $1796.99.
Amazon is currently undercutting the rest on this 55-inch version of the OLED65B9 to the tune of three dollars.
The C9 series are the cheapest models in LG’s 2019 OLED range with the new Alpha 9 Gen 2 processing. This combines LG OLED TVs’ black level prowess with levels of punch and absolute color finesse. The set sounds pretty good, too. All of which makes $2,049.99 look like a steal for the 65-inch C9 model.
Costco’s best-deal sweep of LG’s C9 OLED models with this truly exceptional price for the home cinema-friendly 77-inch model. This is a saving of $2050 on the original list price.
The deal here is pretty remarkable for a 55-inch TV that gives you LG’s webOS smart platform, 4K resolution, HDR support and voice control via LG’s ThinQ AI, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice control systems. Especially when you take into account the $120 of ‘Kohl’s Cash’ (time-limited vouchers for use in Kohl’s stores) you’ll currently get for buying this TV.
The Kohl’s Cash system again makes the retailer impossible to beat with this 43-inch UM7300.
The 65UM6900 only costs $77 more than the 55-inch 55UM7300PUA listed earlier, despite sporting a 10-inch larger screen.
With five inches of screen size, the 60-inch UM6900 is essentially half price at Best Buy at the moment.
With alpha 7 video processor, Dolby Vision HDR support and LG’s ever-likeable WebOS platform, the 86-inch 86UM8070 only costs $1949.99.