Get $300 savings on Sony 65 Bravia XR Full Array LED TV with crazy offers on Best Buy 

On the Black Friday Sale on best buy official website the Samsung smart TV is now available at just $999.99 saving up to $300 on its retail price.

Core Specifications

The Sony Bravia XR TV is of the X90K series which has a 65 inches HDR 10 LED display with 4K 2160 x 2160 pixels resolution. It has a refresh rate of 120Hz and Google’s operating system. It has Dolby Vision Speakers. This is compatible with Amazon Alexa, and Google Voice Assistant. It also has screen sharing through Apple AirPlay. The TV has all the other basic connectivity features. The TV features Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, YouTube, Apple TV+, HBO Max, and Peacock streaming services.

Offers on this Price

The Smart TV costs you $999.99 which costs you $1299.99 regularly. It can also be bought on EMI for 24 months at a cost of $41.67 per month. The best thing is that you get an extended holiday return period through which you can return it till 14th January.

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