Looking for the best Super Bowl 2021 TV deals? Two of the best 2020 LG OLED TVs are still available with big discounts ahead of Sunday's kick-off. You can save $800 on the 65in LG OLED65CX and $300 on the 55in LG OLED55CX at Amazon today.
We heaped praise on the five-star LG OLED55CX, branding it "an astonishingly capable all-round performer" at $1700 MSRP. Now, you can score one for only $1400 at Amazon. Fancy going bigger? The 65in model is normally $2800 but has dropped to $1997 – over $800 off the MSRP.
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LG OLED55CX 55-inch 4K OLED TV
$1799 $1399 at Amazon
The LG CX is one of the finest OLED TVs we've tested: it produces a stunning OLED picture, sounds good, has an excellent operating system packed with apps, and boasts all of the next-gen HDMI features for PS5 and Xbox Series X. A five-star game-day option.View Deal
LG OLED65CX 65-inch 4K OLED TV
$2799 $1997 at Amazon
The 65-inch version of LG's superb CX OLED has an even bigger discount. In fact, you can now save an eye-popping $800 on its original MSRP. It's a brilliant performer, boasting all of the features you need for next-gen gaming, such as 4K@120Hz support and VRR.View Deal
In each year’s LG OLED range, it’s the C-class model that tends to garner the most excitement. And rightfully so; this model tends to offer all the company’s most up-to-date panel and processing tech at a reasonable price. Going further up the 2020 range usually gets you a fancier design and speaker arrangement, but won’t get you a better picture performance.
LG's webOS platform is one of the best TV interfaces going, and offers a strong selection of built-in apps: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Disney+, Hulu, Sling are all present, complete with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support on compatible content. Bluetooth 5.0 and AirPlay 2 are on board too, so you can send music (and video, with AirPlay 2) to the TV from a portable device.
Connections include four HDMIs, three USBs, an aerial, satellite, ethernet, a headphone socket, and optical audio output. HDMI 2.1 certification brings next-gen HDMI features such as eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel), 4K@120Hz (aka High Frame Rate), ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), which is great news for gamers with a PS5 or Xbox Series X.
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