The LG OLED TV Would Make THE Best Family Gift This Holiday @BestBuy | #HintingSeason #OLEDatBestBuy

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Our family was one of the last I know to resist entering the new technological age. Seriously… I think we hung onto our old box style televisions until just a few years ago.

The first flat screened television was a Black Friday purchase that we had to earn with 7 hours of camping outside of our local Best Buy.

And then… we were hooked.

During one of my recent treks to Best Buy I happened to notice the LG OLED TV.

You haven’t experienced television until you’ve experienced the LG OLED.

We are talking picture quality including Infinite contrast ratio and stunning color that delivers a greater sense of realism and depth, enhanced color range and accuracy, super thin design and the intuitive webOS™Smart TV interface that lets you find content faster.

If your family loves to spend quality time over movie night or enjoy hosting social events around the television (eg. sports parties)… this is THE holiday gift that should be at the top of your list!

Why the LG OLED for your Family Gift this year?!

What is OLED TV?

The stunning design of LG OLED TV is only 0.21″ thick at its thinnest point.

The picture quality is spectacular, with Infinite Contrast that ranges from the most blazing whites to the deepest blacks.

And, LG’s exclusive 4 Color Pixel technology delivers bright, vibrant colors.

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Your first kiss. A baby’s first steps. The majesty of a desert sunset. Some things in life defy all explanation and must be experienced to be believed. Such is the case with LG’s latest display technology. With deeper and richer colors, stunning contrast and ingeniously curved screens, it is unlike any technology you’ve ever seen, and it delivers a picture that exceeds your wildest imagination.

What makes the picture so stunning?


Infinite Contrast: OLED self-lighting pixels are able to switch on and off individually, offering the first infinite contrast ratio. Contrast ratio measures the range from the brightest whites on the screen to the darkest blacks. These deep blacks seem to melt away, for a greater sense of realism and depth on all content. Higher is better, and infinite has been impossible… until now.

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4 Color Pixel: LG’s 4 Color Pixel technology adds a white sub-pixel to the conventional three colors (red, green and blue) that enhances both color range and accuracy. This considerably improves the OLED pixels’ ability to express realistic colors and represents a giant step ahead of conventional RGB displays. The 4 Color Pixel is LG’s exclusive innovation for the next-generation OLED TV.

Curved Screen: Every aspect of LG OLED TV is designed to enhance your viewing pleasure. The curve of the screen is designed so that your eyes are equally distant from all parts of the screen when sitting in front of the TV, providing a natural and immersive viewing experience. It’s an artful evolution of the traditional flat screen, designed for maximum impact…

and so much more! Like WebOS, Magic Remote, and premium content to name a few.

Want to learn more? 

You can learn more here:, &/or join us for a Twitter party!

Join us for a Twitter Party!


Best Buy is hosting an LG OLED Twitter Party on Thursday December 4th at 7PM CST. Feel free to join this party for a chance to receive Best Buy gift cards and other great prizes. Tweet #HintingSeason with your top gifts that you want this Holiday from Best Buy.



  1. I would love to buy a TV for my daughter. She doesn’t have one in her apartment — just watches on her laptop

  2. shelly peterson says

    I would love to have this t.v. Mine is older and isn’t a very big one.

  3. We currently have an LG TV in our living room and have owned it for 6yrs without a single problem. I would definitely purchase LG electronics in the future!

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