LG C2 OLED TV plummets to its cheapest price yet – save £550 for a limited time-Newshubweek

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LG C2 OLED TV plummets to its cheapest price yet

If you’ve had an eye on the latest LG C2 OLED but are waiting for a price drop then these latest TV deals at Currys could be exactly what you’ve waited for. You can now use the code ‘TV10‘ at the final stage of the checkout to take 10% off the price of a range of TVs, which drops the premium OLED from LG to its lowest price yet.

That means you can now pick up the 55-inch LG C2 OLED is now at Currys for £1,349 (was £1,899) (opens in new tab). That’s a whopping £550 saving on a TV that sports a fantastic high-quality 4K display with rich colours, vivid lighting and 120Hz support for the most responsive gaming experience on PS5 and Xbox Series X.

The discount can actually be applied to all sizes of the TV, so if you’d prefer something smaller (or bigger) then you can also get the 42-inch model for £969 (opens in new tab), the 48-inch model for £1,079 (opens in new tab), or the 65-inch model for £2,069 (opens in new tab). Again, these are the cheapest prices yet for all sizes.

Today’s best LG C2 OLED deal

Our five-star LG C2 OLED review called it, “a fantastic TV that brilliantly showcases the screen technology’s best attributes”. A lot to live up to based on the impressive LG C1, but it’s done enough to reclaim the top spot in our best TV guide. Think carefully about whether the smallest 42-inch version is right for you, though. Even though it’s an impressive compact display, we found ourselves desperate to go back to the 48-inch version after testing it.

And if the C2 OLED is still a bit too pricey, you can actually save an extra 10% off a number of eligible TVs at Currys (opens in new tab), including cheap 4K displays and mid-range QLED sets from Samsung, Sony, TCL and more. Altogether, you can find some of the best TV deals available right now in this promotion that runs until August 2.

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