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This 55-inch 4K LG TV is nearly 50 percent off today

Save over $1,000 on LG’s smart home-friendly TV
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Buying a TV in 2019 can feel a lot like buying a new car. There's a lot of money on the line; and, ideally, you want a model that's going to last for at least a few years down the road. Named one of Consumer Reports' Best 4K TVs of 2018, the LG B8 Series 55" OLED 4K HDR TV is a solid pick if you're looking to upgrade, especially since it's on sale for nearly 50 percent off today—only $1,250.

Now that many of our homes sport some kind of digital assistant, it makes sense that LG would engineer their TV to be as smart home-friendly as possible. It comes with Google Assistant built in and supports Amazon Alexa as well. That way, you can control all of your smart home-compatible devices using just your voice and without leaving your couch.

Whether it's movie night or just an impromptu Netflix binge session, the B8 Series utilizes the LG OLED-exclusive α7 intelligent processor and LG ThinQ® AI to produce rich colors and deep details that bring you closer to your content.

The B8 Series also supports major HDR formats including Dolby Vision™, HDR10 and HLG and comes with Dolby Atmos® for a richer listening experience.

With all of this tech packed in, you'd expect the B8 Series to be a behemoth on your mantle, but rest assured the B8 Series remains sleek and slim enough for unobtrusive wall-mounting or tabletop placement.

The LG B8 Series 55" OLED 4K HDR TV usually retails for $2,300, but you can get it on sale today for only $1,250, 45 percent off the usual price.

Prices are subject to change.

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