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Save More Than You Spend on This 48-Inch LG OLED TV, Now Down to $600

This 4K smart TV, normally $1,300, is $700 off at Best Buy.

Feeling like your TV is outdated? You may have been thinking about buying a new TV for a while now but have held back for various reasons. Maybe you don't know which one to get (our best TVs for 2023 guide can help) or you don't want to splash out thousands of dollars on a new TV.

What if you didn't have to spend over $1,000 to get a quality TV that'll suit all your entertainment needs? Right now, Best Buy is offering the 48-inch LG Class A2 Series OLED 4K smart TV for just $600. This TV was originally $1,300, but you can save $700 on it.

This is a great price for a TV of this caliber. The LG Class A2 OLED TV, announced during last year's CES, uses OLED technology that allows for each individual pixel to produce its own light, resulting in stunning color contrast and deep blacks that make for an incredibly immersive viewing experience. OLED consistently produces the best image quality in our tests.

LG incorporated its advanced AI-powered processor, the alpha 9 Gen 4 AI, into this TV to enhance picture and sound quality even further. With a sleek design and a variety of smart features, the LG A2 is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy their favorite movies, shows, and games in extremely high quality. For more, read David Katzmaier's review of the LG C2, which has similar specs but is even more high-end.

If 48 inches is a little on the small side for you, check out more of the best TV deals we've found, including on larger LG OLED TVs.