Forget LCD, Here Are The Best Gorgeous OLED 4K TV Deals We Could Find

LG C3 OLED Evo TV on a gray gradient background.
For a long time, the two main reasons to skip over OLED were prohibitively high prices and the risk of permanent image retention, otherwise known as burn-in. Over the past several years, however, TV makers and their retail partners have made strides to address both concerns—yes, the risk of burn-in still exists, but there are mitigations to ward off the ugly phenomenon, and pricing in general has improved by leaps and bounds.

Even the newest models are easier on the wallet/purse than in past years. Take for example LG's 65-inch C3 series OLED Evo TV—it's on sale for $1,599.99 at Amazon (save $400). That's still pricey compared to LCD, but it wasn't all that long ago when a 65-inch OLED TV commanded a much bigger price. To wit, LG's 65-inch C1 model debuted at $2,499 in 2021.

Considered a mid-range model among LG's product line, the C3 series is one of the best OLED TVs on the market. That's true for gamers as well, who get access to no less than four HDMI 2.1 ports that are the real deal (meaning they serve up the full bandwidth and feature-set).

In addition to the 65-inch model, LG's other size options are discounted too...
LG C2 OLED Evo TV (angled) on a gray gradient background.

You can often save money by waiting until a new product release, and then scooping up the previous generation model at a discount. That applies here as well, though pricing is so good on the C3 series that the C2 models don't necessarily stand out as explosive bargains. That said, they are a little bit cheaper and nearly as good as the C3 models.

Here's how current pricing looks on the C2 models...
Even though some of the models are not currently on sale, they're all reduced compared to their launch prices. The 83-inch behemoth, for example, carried a $5,499 MSRP two years ago. The current price is around $2,400 less than at launch.

Also note that the 65-inch and 55-inch models are not much less than their C3 equivalents. If you're eyeballing either one of those sizes, you might be better served by getting the C3 model.

Samsung OLED and LCD TVs on a gray gradient background.

If you fancy a two-for-one deal, Samsung is running an interesting promotion whereby it will toss in a free 65-inch LCD TV when preordering a 43-inch or bigger 2024 TV. That includes this 55-inch Samsung OLED TV (S90D) that's already discounted to $1,997.99 at Amazon (save $447.99), which comes with a 65-inch Samsung 4K TV (TU690T).

The TU690T is an entry-level model, but it's big, it's capable, and best of all it's a free bonus. You could chuck it into a guest bedroom, gift it to someone, or sell it.

As for the S90D, it's Samsung's latest OLED model powered by its NQ4 AI Gen2 processor. It features Dolby Atmos and Object Tracking Sound Lite support, HDR support, a built-in gaming hub, Alexa integration, and a 144Hz refresh rate, to name some of the highlights.

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