Friday, November 21, 2014

Make the Holidays Brighter with LG OLED From Best Buy

Are you looking for the absolute most amazing holiday gift for a very special someone on your list, or even for the whole family? Are you looking to treat yourself to something you have always wanted, even if you didn't know you did?

Maybe you are trying not to focus on gifts right now since Thanksgiving has not even passed yet. If that is the case, I totally understand. You are probably focusing on the delicious meal, wonderful family togetherness and, if you're anything like our family, the Thanksgiving day football game.

The only thing that could be better than watching the game on TV is being there in person, right? That's what I always thought, but it turns out that there is something better. Instead of fighting traffic for hours, listening to the opposing fans chant and cheer, paying $8 for a bottle of water and possibly contracting frostbite, you could be at home, eating turkey on the couch with the heat on, watching on the LG OLED TV.


Now I know I just said watching on TV is not the prime game-watching experience, but the LG OLED is not TV, not by any current definition anyway. LG OLED is the ultimate display. Boasting infinite contrast ratio and stunning color to deliver a greater sense of realism and depth and enhanced color range and accuracy, it really is like being there(without all the hassle).

The authenticity of the experience is not the only area that LG OLED TV excels in. The super thin(literally the thickness of a pencil), CURVED, design makes it more aesthetically pleasing(to watch and to look at in the home) and easier to accommodate in any space. The intuitive webOS™Smart TV interface allows you to find content faster and enjoy more longer.


Honestly, words cannot describe just how incredible the LG OLED TV is. It's almost unfair to even compare it to TV, because it is so much more realistic. From the 4 color pixel that is EXCLUSIVE to the LG OLED to the remote that responds to voice commands, this is so far beyond just "TV" that it deserves a new word.

My husband is obsessed with TV. He is not cheap by any means, but my husband does not like to spend money on things he does not need very often. However on TVs, he always chooses the best. Of course he is not going to pay more for something when he can get it somewhere else at a lower price. Enter Best Buy, with their unbeatable prices on EVERYTHING including, of course, the LG OLED TV.

No matter the cost, this is an incredible TV that is worth every cent, but when you can save $500(Best Buy's every day low price is just $3499.99) just by shopping at Best Buy over any other retailer, you'd be a fool not to take advantage of that, especially when Best Buy also has better service than any other store.

While it still may not be shopping season for you just yet, it is most definitely hinting season. If you have not made your list for "Santa" yet, I bet I can guess what the first item will be. I know what is at the top of my list. Actually, the LG OLED TV will certainly be atop hubby's list, and I will be thrilled to get him such a gift(as I will enjoy it just as much.)

If you are laying hints, just make a run to Best Buy, they will have everything you may not even know you want(until you see it) at prices no one can touch, and their friendly, knowledgeably service guarantees you will get help if ever you need it.

What are you waiting for? Start dropping(and looking carefully for) hints now. And when you are ready to shop, head to Best Buy. When you realize you won't need to visit any other stores(since Best Buy had everything you wanted and more, at the best price) you can come back and thank me.

What are you hinting for this year? Do you normally hint or outright tell people what to get you? Do you pick up on hints, or plan gift entirely on your own? Who is the biggest hint-dropper you know?

*The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.*

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