Seventy-five inches is the new 65 inches. By that I mean you can now buy a 75-inch TV for the same price you’d have paid for a 65-incher not too long ago. Case in point: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the. Note: That price appears only if you’re signed into your My Best Buy member account. (Don’t have one? It’s .) The purchase also qualifies you for a $75 Best Buy e-gift card.
This is not one of LG’s famed OLED models, but make no mistake: It’s a darn good TV. Over 50 Best Buy customers collectively rated it 4.8 stars out of 5, and ratings elsewhere are similarly effusive. (Alas, CNET hasn’t reviewed this model.)
Notable specs include HDR 10, the webOS interface (you can always plug in a Fire TV or Roku streamer if you prefer), four HDMI inputs, support for Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit along with support for both Alexa and Google voice assistants.
Could we see even better TV deals as we get closer to the holidays? Perhaps, but right now this is a pretty amazing price on a seriously big TV.
This article was originally published earlier in the week. It has been updated to remove an expired bonus deal.
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