Get LG A2 Series Smart TV with crazy savings of $730 on Best Buy

 LG smart TV is now available at just $569.99 saving up to $730 on its retail price. The TV actually costs $1,299.99.

Core Specifications

The LG Smart TV is of the A2 series which has a 48 inches UHD OLED display with 4K 2160 x 2160 pixels resolution. It has a refresh rate of 60Hz and a web operating system. It has Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa voice assistant. This comes with a magic voice-control remote.

The television has a dimension of 24.4 x 42.1 x 26.9 inches and weighs up to 25.4 pounds. It features Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Peacock, Apple TV+, Sling TV, Paramount+, YouTube, YouTube TV, Vudu, Spotify, Apple Music, Tubi, Peloton, Pandora, SHOWTIME, and STARZ streaming services.

Offers on this LG A2  Series Smart TV

The Smart TV costs you $569.99 which costs you $1,299.99 regularly. It can also be bought on EMI for 18 months at a cost of $31.67 per month. The best thing is that you get an extended holiday return period through which you can return it till 14th January. It has 3 free months of Apple TV+.

Hurry up and click on BUY to get the product.


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