LG Stories October 9

expiredLG G8 ThinQ offers 128GB of storage for $500 (Reg. $800)

Amazon offers the LG G8 ThinQ 128GB Unlocked Android Smartphone in Platinum for $499.99 shipped. As a comparison, it typically goes for $800 or more at various other retailers. Today’s deal is a match of our previous mention and just the second time we’ve seen it below $500. The LG G8 ThinQ is packed with notable specs, including a dual 16 and 12MP camera system with up to 8x zoom. The 6.1-inch QHD+ display is backed by 6GB of RAM and 128GB worth of internal storage. Ships with the latest Pie Android OS along with everything needed to get started with your new smartphone. Learn more in our hands-on review. Rated 4.4/5 stars.

LG Stories October 8

expiredLG’s Stylo 5 is unlocked with Alexa built-in + has a 6.2-inch screen for $220

Amazon is offering the LG Stylo 5 Unlocked 32GB Android Smartphone for $219.99 shipped. This is down from its $300 going rate and is among the best pricing that we’ve tracked historically. This smartphone packs a 6.2-inch display, 13MP camera, and 32GB of built-in storage. A notable feature here is Alexa being built-in with a “push to talk” button, making it super simple to access Amazon’s voice assistant. Best of all, the Stylo 5 is fully unlocked to be used on any carrier. Rated 3.7/5 stars. Learn more in our announcement coverage.

LG Stories October 2

Today LG has introduced its first entry into the wildly competitive wireless earbuds space with its new Tone+ Free. LG becomes the latest company to try to hang in a product category dominated by Apple’s AirPods and that’s littered with lower-priced alternatives from overseas. LG hopes to stand apart from the crowd with a laundry list of specs, including fast charging which delivers a full hour of playback after just five minutes of being plugged in. There’s also a special case that LG says will help cut down on germs, something that can be a real problem with these devices. Hit the jump for more on the new Tone+ Free earbuds.

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LG Stories September 25

expiredSlash $100 off LG’s 34-inch 144Hz HDR Monitor at a new low + more from $100

Amazon currently offers the LG 34GL750-B 34-inch UltraGear 144Hz HDR Monitor for $449.99 shipped. Typically selling for $550, right now B&H has it discounted to $519. Today’s offer scores you a solid $100 discount and marks the best price we’ve seen to date. Backed by an HDR10 panel, LG’s UltraGear Monitor gives you plenty of screen real estate for getting work done thanks to a 34-inch screen. Gamers will be able to enjoy 144Hz refresh rates, which is joined by G-Sync support. Utilize your choice of the DisplayPort or HDMI ports for connecting to your machine. Rated 4.2/5 stars from 375 customers. More monitor deals below from $100.

expiredSave up to $250 on LG’s unlocked V35 ThinQ Alexa-enabled Android Smartphone

Amazon offers its Prime members the unlocked LG V35 ThinQ 64GB Android Smartphone for $399.99 shipped. Normally you’ll find it selling for $650 at Walmart, with Best Buy currently offering the smartphone for $600. Today’s offer saves you 33% or more and matches our previous mention for the Amazon low. Sporting a six-inch QHD+ 1440p display, LG’s handset also includes dual 16 MP rear cameras. This model packs 64GB of onboard storage, but if that’s not enough, an up to 2TB microSD card can be leveraged for expansion. This version also includes a selection of pre-installed Amazon apps as well as hands-free access to Alexa. Rated 4.2/5 stars from 180 customers.

LG Stories September 22

expiredLG’s Assistant-powered Dolby Atmos Sound Bar drops to $339 (Reg. $900), more

BuyDig currently offers the LG SL9YG 4.1.2-Channel High Res Sound Bar for $339 shipped when code HNM189 has been applied at checkout. Discount will be applied at the final stage of checkout. Normally selling for $900 direct from LG and B&H, right now Amazon’s sale price has it going for $620. Today’s offer beats the all-time low at Amazon by over $260, is $100 under our previous mention and the lowest we’ve seen to date. Armed with Dolby Atmos audio, this sound bar also comes backed by other premium features like built-in Google Assistant, Chromecast support, 4K passthrough, and more. Wired connectivity relies on both HDMI and optical inputs, but there’s Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as well. Being on the newer side, reviews are light here. But LG sound bars carry solid ratings across the board otherwise. More below.

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