Hot Cyber Monday Deal At Walmart On 65-inch LG 65LB5200 TV Beats Amazon

Posted: Dec 1 2014, 1:32am CST | by , in News | Cyber Week 2017


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Hot Cyber Monday Deal at Walmart on 65-inch LG 65LB5200 TV beats Amazon

The $898 49-inch 65-inch LG 65LB5200 TV Cyber Monday deal is hot big screen Cyber Monday deal offered in the Walmart Cyber Monday sale.

The Walmart Black Friday 2014 Sale launched on Saturday, but only now the hot Cyber Monday deals advertised in the Walmart Cyber Monday Ad become available. The

The Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 deals include a $398 49-inch LG 49LB5550 LED TV deal and new spotted another hot deal on a LG TV. The 65-inch LG 65LB5200 LED TV is on sale for $898. Amazon offers the 65LB5200 for $967.97. You save $70 with the Walmart Cyber Monday deal.

Walmart has a mistake in the listing of the LG 65LB5200. Walmart states that this is a 60Hz TV, but it is actually a 120Hz TV with 480 Motion Control Index. Amazon's description is correct. We have verified this in the official specifications from LG.

Other features of the LG 65LB5200 include 2 HDMI, 1 USB, 2x 10W speakers and edge-lit LED backlight.

Get this Walmart LG TV Deal now.

The Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 sale has launched on Saturday, November 29th. The Walmart Cyber Monday sale will not just be a single day of course, but a a whole Cyber Week. Late Sunday the deals advertised in the Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 Ad started to go on sale.

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