Save $825 on the 77-inch LG G2 OLED TV

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Right now Best Buy is offering a great discount on the LG G2 OLED Evo TV Gallery Edition, bringing the price down by quite a lot. The regular price for this TV is $3,299.99 but right now you can pick it up for $825 off. So you end up paying $2,474.99 instead.

That’s a pretty steep price drop for a decent TV, especially one with a 77-inch OLED panel. The LG G2 OLED Evo is packed with features that make it an excellent choice for many forms of entertainment. If you’re a movie buff, the G2 OLED Evo Gallery Edition comes with LG’s Filmmaker Mode to enhance your movie-watching experience. The Filmmaker Mode incorporates Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos for highly detailed picture quality and immersive sound. Letting you see and hear the movie as it was intended to be seen.


Additionally, this is a smart TV with WebOS. You’ll have access to apps for all your favorite streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, Max, Apple TV+, Disney+, and more. All of these are easily accessible using the Magic Remote that comes with it. What makes the Magic Remote so great is that you can enable a mouse pointer function that makes navigation through the UI way easier. You just move the remote around until the cursor is hovering over what you want, then hit the select button.

If gaming is your thing, then you’re in luck. Because this TV is equipped with gaming features too. First, it supports HDMI 2.1 so it’s ready for hookups to your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X. The HDMI 2.1 isn’t needed to connect those consoles, but it does ensure you’ll get 4K and 120 frames per second on them when you play games that support that resolution and frame rate. Plus it has Variable Refresh Rate to automatically adjust the refresh rate to what’s best for your gaming experience.

And if you don’t have a console to connect, that’s fine too. This TV comes with the GeForce NOW app so you can stream games over the cloud. All you’ll need is a controller and a GeForce NOW subscription, and you’ll need to own the games you want to play.

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