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Save Over $900 on LG's 65-Inch C2 OLED TV and Get It for Just $1,597

Woot is offering this brand-new LG smart TV for 28% off, plus an additional $200 off at checkout.

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OLED TVs are making a name for themselves because of their superior picture quality. They beat LCD TVs in weight, size and energy costs, so it's no wonder why people are gravitating toward them. But they don't usually come cheap, so we're always keeping our eyes out for good deals on OLED TVs.

If you're craving the sophistication and quality of an OLED TV without the full OLED price, this deal is for you. Woot is now offering a new 65-inch LG Evo C2 Series OLED TV for just $1,597. That's $300 less than what it previously offered in August and $200 less than Amazon is selling it for right now.

This TV is usually $2,500 and it's on sale right now for 28% off, bringing the price down to $1,797. With a $200 coupon applied automatically at checkout, the price is chopped to $1,597. The TV works with an A9 Gen5 AI processor and an advanced picture algorithm that gives a brighter picture.

With no backlight to dull impact, there are over 8 million self-lit pixels that achieve true blacks for a crisp contrast. Two-channel audio gives a cinema-like experience each time. The TV is also equipped with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos for a home theater experience. From improved viewing angles to reduced weight and best-in-class gaming features, our resident TV expert David Katzmaier had a lot of great things to say about LG's newest OLED models. One of the main flaws from his time spent with the TV was the price, which this deal helps bring down.