Deal Alert: 65″ LG C1 4K OLED Smart TV with 10% Amazon Cash Back

Amazon is offering the best deal we’ve seen on the 65″ LG C1 4K OLED Smart TV. You may need to jump through a small hurdle to take advantage of this deal, but it is completely worth it. This best-in-class TV normally retails for $2499.99. We’ve seen it for as low as $1799.99 (starting on Black Friday), but with the potential cash back savings on this deal, you can essentially get it for under $1600.

65″ LG C1 4K OLED Smart Gaming TV with 10% Cash Back When You Use Your Amazon Prime Card

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Amazon is offering Amazon Prime Card members 10% cash back on this TV when you use your Amazon Prime Card. That means you basically get this TV for $1572.29. You need to be logged into your Amazon Prime account to see this deal. If you don’t have an Amazon Prime Card, then you’re missing out. It’s a zero annual fee card that gives you, by default, 5% cashback on all Amazon purchases. There are very, very few cards that give you that kind of rewards when shopping on Amazon.

If money isn’t an object, OLED TVs are considered the best TVs you can buy right now. Compared to traditional LED LCD TVs, they offer better image quality, deeper blacks, better contrast ratio, wider color gamut, and super fast response times. They excel at both gaming and viewing 4K HDR content. In terms of general usability, they consume less power and they’re very thin and sit flusher against the wall. Amongst OLED TVs, the LG C1 is oft considered the flag bearer; it’s the one TV that all other OLED TVs are compared against. The LG OLED TV boasts several generations of optimizations under its belt and the latest C1 model is future proofed with technology like HDMI 2.1 (4K @ 120Hz), variable refresh rate, G-SYNC, the newest LG A9 Gen4 processor and a revamped webOS smart TV interface. The only TV on the market that could be better is the LG G1 OLED, the next step up, which currently costs nearly $650 more on Amazon.

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