World Wide Stereo is holding a pretty big sale on a number of LG TVs, soundbars and even some projectors, offering up to $2000 off of a TV. Which is a pretty big deal, but these discounts are mostly on the OLED lineup of TVs which are already pretty pricey, so that works out to around 20-30 percent off of its regular price. Still worth checking out.
In this sale, you’ll find the C8P model in both 55-inch and 65-inches discounted to $2196, and $2996 respectively. Those bring these TVs down to their lowest prices all-time. That’s pretty good for these TVs, since they were just announced this year at CES and went on sale just a couple of months ago. There’s also the B8P model that’s 65-inches and it’s on sale for $2796, not a big discount from the C8P model, but still a discount. The main difference between the two is the audio quality. So if you’re looking for better audio here, you’ll want the C8P or you might even want to splurge for the E8P which is available in both 55 and 65-inches for $2696 and $3496 respectively. On the soundbar side of things, you’ll find the SK8Y on sale, which is a 2.1-channel Hi-Res Audio Sound bar that also comes with a wireless subwoofer. You’ll save about $103 on this, bringing the price down to $396. LG’s Laser Smart Home Theater CineBeam Projector is also on sale, this 4K projector is great for an entertainment center and is priced at $2796.
At World Wide Stereo, you can get free shipping on all methods up to two days. If you need them sooner, the price will vary based on where you are located. However, getting free two-day shipping without paying for a membership like Amazon Prime, is pretty impressive. There are no taxes in most States. World Wide Stereo does also offer financing through Affirm for many of its products, so if you can’t pay the full price of the product today, you can pay for it in monthly payments – and there is o% APR with Affirm’s financing.
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