- LG 49" 1080p HDTV for $340
LG 49-inch LED-backlit LCD 1080p HDTV for $397, and code SMART4ALL applies $58 off.
This is a "Smart" TV, however the reviewers say the built-in Smart features are not as good as a Roku or Apple TV.
If you do not care about built-in Smart apps, this looks like a good value for a new 49-inch 1080p HDTV.
- 32" 720p HDTV and $100 Gift for $210
LG (model 32LH550B) 32-inch LED-backlit LCD 720p Smart HDTV for $210 with free shipping.
Has built-in apps for streaming video, including Netflix, YouTube, Vudu, Hulu Plus, and Google TV.
When you add one to the cart, a free $100 Dell Promo eGift Card is added for free.
An eGift card should arrive 2 weeks after purchase, and must be fully used within 90 days toward anything on Dell.com (computers, monitors, computer accessories, another TV, etc).
If you forget to spend the $100 within 90 days, it will be forfeited.
This TV normally sells for $197 without a free $100 card.
- LG 55" OLED 1080p Curved HDTV for $1100 (expired)
LG (55EG9100) 55-inch 1080p OLED Curved Smart HDTV for $1100 with free delivery.
This is $200 less than normal.
OLED is a new screen technology that independently lights each pixel, allowing a sharper image than a regular LED-lit LCD screen.
OLED is similar to the old Plasma TVs, which can make each pixel perfectly black, something LED/LCD screens cannot do.
Unlike Plasma though, OLED screens consume very little energy.
- Sharp 50" 1080p HDTV for $300
Sharp (LC-50LB481U) 50-inch LED-backlit LCD 1080p HDTV with built-in Roku for $300 with free shipping.
If the price shows up as $400, click "Sign In" or "Create Account" on the upper-right of the page.
Once you are signed in with a Best Buy account, the price should appear as $300.
This and other similar 50-inch HDTVs normally sell for at least $350.
Manufacturers focusing on selling 4K TVs means the older 1080p models are dropping in price.
Most home viewers will have very little to watch in 4K.
The technology looks amazingly sharp, but shows and movies in 4K may not be easily accessible for a few years, except for some Youtube videos, Netflix movies, and Hulu shows.
Even still, you may need to upgrade to a 4K player or home theater PC to watch them, as even the "Smart" TVs may lack the processing power to play 4K videos.