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If you're hoping to score a new 4K TV for Christmas, then you've come to the right place

  • Sharp 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV for $319.99 ($180 off)

LG's OLEDs on Sale 

For OLED fans, LG has kicked things off with an excellent sale on its 2018 C8 Series TV. Currently, Amazon has the 55-inch LG Smart OLED TV (OLED55C8PUA) on sale for $1,796.99. That's a whopping $300 off its regular retail price. The C8 OLED is an improvement on the already excellent C7 model from last year.

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On 12/17/2018 at 6:33 PM, Henry Alonso said:

If you're hoping to score a new 4K TV for Christmas, then you've come to the right place

  • Sharp 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV for $319.99 ($180 off)

LG's OLEDs on Sale 

For OLED fans, LG has kicked things off with an excellent sale on its 2018 C8 Series TV. Currently, Amazon has the 55-inch LG Smart OLED TV (OLED55C8PUA) on sale for $1,796.99. That's a whopping $300 off its regular retail price. The C8 OLED is an improvement on the already excellent C7 model from last year.

FOR VPN Deals

PureVPN is offering a week-long promo. Now, anyone can get the lifetime subscription plan of  for as low as $79. 

PureVPN has offered an 88% discount, allowing you to save a humongous $578 on your subscription. Like all good things that will end one day, PureVPN’s 88% Off is only valid through Christmas season Week. Get your subscription today!

And to their's New year deal too. 

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