Black Friday is dead (until next year). Long live Cyber Monday! Although that has now officially passed us by. Predictably after the sale event of the year, the second largest offered all kinds of great discounts. There were plenty of great Cyber Monday TV deals to tempt your wallet, and some of them are still available, like an offer I like on an incredible LG OLED panel. Right now, the LG “77 C3 OLED 4K TV costs $2,495 at Walmart. That's an astonishing $1,000 price drop from the $3,499 Walmart normally sells this TV for. If you're looking for something smaller, the LG “65 C3 OLED 4K TV has been reduced to $1,596 at Amazon – 20% off its regular retail price of $1,999. Do you want to get even smaller? Then the LG “55 C3 OLED 4K TV is also on sale for $1,396 at Walmart, which is a juicy savings of $303 compared to normally $1,799. Update November 29: As of now, these LG OLED TV deals are still in stock. As we point out in our LG C3 OLED review, this is one of the best TVs the South Korean giant has ever produced. We currently rate it as the best value television in our selection of the best OLED TVs. Of course, it may lack the brightness-enhancing Micro Lens Array panel of its big brother, the amazing LG G3 OLED. But aside from perhaps the Samsung S95C and Samsung S90C – both of which are supported by image-enhancing quantum dot technology – the LG C3 is perhaps the best WOLED (read: “traditional OLED”) on the market. The LG C3 is easily one of the best OLED TVs on the market. I owned its 77-inch predecessor, the LG C2 OLED, and it was an astonishingly good set. Screen uniformity was almost perfect, my panel showed very few near-black vertical stripes, and thanks to the Game Optimizer, there wasn't a better TV in 2022 to play PS5 or Xbox Series X titles on. I only sold it because I couldn't play it. resist upgrading to the LG G3 because damn is that MLA panel and the 1,361 nits maximum brightness it can achieve in HDR mode is something else. To put that in context, the C3 achieves (a still very respectable) 820 nits of HDR brightness measured across a 10% white window. For further context, last year's C2 achieved 794 nits in our tests. So yes, the C3 is a better TV than its predecessor. Shock horror. Unless you're obsessed with OLED technology to an unhealthy degree like me, the extra amount the G3 costs is arguably not entirely worth the investment over the C3. Although the LG 77-inch G3 OLED 4K TV is currently on sale for $3,499 at Amazon — that's a savings of $747 considering it normally retails for $4,196. For most people, though, I'd recommend pulling the trigger on an LG C3 purchase. This is simply the best value OLED on the market, packed with great gaming features like G-Sync and FreeSync Premium, and because it's currently still discounted in every format it's available in, buying an LG C3 OLED is the best decision you'll make. during Cyber Monday week. might make in my book. More Cyber Monday week OLED TV deals Today's best LG C3 evo OLED deals
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