This cheap 4K TV deal costs just $350 for a 49-inch LG Smart screen

This cheap 4K TV deal costs just $350 for a 49-inch LG Smart screen
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If you're on the hunt for a cheap 4K TV deal, Best Buy has got you covered; this LG 49-inch 7 series Smart TV is only $349.99 at the moment, which is a decent $50 saving compared to the original price. Although it may not seem like a tremendous discount, being able to get a 4K screen from a reliable manufacturer for less than $400 is a bargain no matter how you slice it - the best gaming TVs are often a whole lot more expensive.

If you ask us, this cheap 4K TV deal is the best of the non-premium screens you can get right now if you aren't able to stretch to a full OLED panel. In fact, the LG 49" 7 series is one of the best small TVs for gaming you can get your hands on; it's excellent value for sharp, colorful visuals, packs an IPS screen that offers a good experience even when watching from an angle, and is dangerously affordable. You'd struggle to find better quality at such a low cost. It's a bargain on a 2019 model, and easy to justify at well under $400.

Cheap 4K TV deal

LG 49" 4K 7 series Smart TV | $349.99 at Best Buy (save $50)

LG 49" 4K 7 series Smart TV | $349.99 at Best Buy (save $50)
This earns our recommendation as one of the better gaming TVs on the market right now, so it's nice to see it getting a discount.

For those who also have a PS4 Pro or Xbox One X, you'll also be able to play your games in super-sharp 4K resolution. Because the PS5 and Xbox Series X will be 4K-compatible as standard, it's a good way of future-proofing yourself. You'll be able to enjoy your Disney Plus sign-up in 4K Ultra-HD on this panel as well, so that's neat. And all for $350? Nice.

For more advice, don't forget to check out our guide to the best HDMI cable for gaming and the best soundbar for TV.

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to the latest Lego news. I've been writing about games in one form or another since 2012, and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.