The best TV for Xbox is already cheaper than Prime Day with this early Black Friday bargain

You don't have to wait until Black Friday to take advantage of a great TV deal. The LG C3 is the best 4K TV for Xbox Series X and Series S, and right now you can get its 65-inch model for $1,596.99. That's $100 off its normal price on Amazon and notably cheaper than the TV's discounted price during Prime Big Deal Days.

The LG C3 has all the features you need for the optimal gaming experience on your Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, or PS5. It has a 4K 120Hz display, 0.1ms response time, and support for variable refresh rate and auto low latency. The TV also has an auto low latency mode (ALLM) to reduce lag and support for variable refresh rate (VRR) to reduce screen tearing.

All four ports of the LG C3 support HDMI 2.1, which helps the best Xbox games look their best on your TV.

LG C3 65" 4K OLED: was $1,696.99

LG C3 65" 4K OLED: was $1,696.99 now $1,596.99 at Amazon

LG packed all the fancy features into the LG C3, including a 4K 120Hz display, 0.1ms response time, and support for variable refresh rate and auto low latency. HDR support helps deliver beautiful gameplay. The TV even supports G-Sync and FreeSync for PC gaming.

Price check: $1,799 at Best Buy

Amazon's discount on the LG C3 takes $100 off the 65-inch model. You can also save on sizes of the LG C3, including the option to pick up a 55-inch model for $1,296.99 (7% off). The largest percentage savings is on the 83-inch LG C3, which is currently discounted by over $1,300. While that is an impressive savings of 25% off, the monstrous TV still costs $3,996.99.

The 65-inch LG C3 launched at $2,599.99 in May of this year, but its price has dropped since then. My suggestion is to weigh the LG C3's cost against your budget while checking the specs it promises rather than seeing what retailers claim the "normal" price is.

At its current price, the LG C3 is one of the best gaming TV deals for Black Friday.

Sean Endicott
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