Some deals simply can’t be beaten, and that’s the case with this astonishingfor the LG C1. This hugely popular television has been steadily decreasing in price over the past few weeks, and even after it’s continuing to drop to ever-lower prices.
The LG C1 OLED is now a, marking a further £99 discount on top of its Black Friday price, making for a very impressive . The 55-inch model is now just £1,115 too – making for a total £585 discount from its RRP.
Last year’s LG CX model was a runaway bestseller, offering a perfect mix of performance and affordability, and its C1 successor is no different. LG Electronics makes the best OLED TVs in the business, with vivid colors, capable processing, and stunning light-dark contrast. The C Series is a great midpoint in the LG range, not quite budget and not quite premium, and capable of satisfying huge swathes of TV watchers.
We’re now transitioning intoseason, with some retailers (like Amazon) already flying Cyber Monday banners to commemorate the coming sales day. And it looks like some deals will really only get better as we approach it.
Cyber Monday TV deals: LG C1 OLED
Why should you buy the LG C1? It’s a five-star product, and one of theon TechRadar to date. You might buy it for the color reproduction, the suite of high-end inputs to allow you to game on a next-gen console at full power or the excellent smart features interface (many members of the TechRadar team own an LG OLED, and they all rave about what it offers).
This current offer makes it as cheap as last year’s bestselling LG CX, too, so we really wouldn’t recommend sleeping on this one.
Outside the UK? See the best TV deals in your region just below.
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Henry is TechRadar’s News & Features Editor, covering the stories of the day with verve, moxie, and aplomb. He’s spent the past three years reporting on TVs, projectors and smart speakers as well as gaming and VR – including a stint as the website’s Home Cinema Editor – and has been interviewed live on both BBC World News and Channel News Asia, discussing the future of transport and 4K resolution televisions respectively. As a graduate of English Literature and persistent theatre enthusiast, he’ll usually be found forcing Shakespeare puns into his technology articles, which he thinks is what the Bard would have wanted. Bylines include Edge, T3, and Little White Lies.