The best LG C1 deals in November 2022

A product image of the LG C1 TV on a unit in a cosy living area
(Image credit: LG)

If you've been on the lookout for a fantastic LG C1 deal, now is the perfect time to buy as the recent release of the later C2 model earlier this year means we're seeing some great price drops on the original C1. Smart TVs of this quality are never exactly 'cheap', which is why this feature is a great place to look if you're wanting to find the best price and deals on the LG C1. 

So what makes the LG C1 so great? When you compare it to the newer C2 model, many of the features are actually incredibly similar between the two. This includes an impressive 120Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.1 ports. The LG C series also includes a unique AI processor that can distinguish between objects and their backgrounds to make for a great watching experience. The smart TV market is continuously improving and evolving like most tech, but even over a year after its initial release the LG C1 is still a worthy competitor for a more affordable UHD 4K option.

Now in 2022, the average RRP for the C1 sits at roughly around $1,499/£1,699 from most retailers. Saying that, we're seeing some fantastic deals pop up on this TV right now. Amazon recently dropped the cost of the 55-inch model to just $1,296, saving buyers 14 per cent off the original price. We've even seen it go as low as $896.00, so make sure you keep an eye on our live pricing widgets below for similar great deals.

If you're wanting to save some tabletop space, we have a breakdown of the best LG G1 deals which is the wall-mounted alternative for LG TVs. Alternatively, we have a wider ranger of TV brands in our best Prime TV deals live blog.

The best LG C1 deals available now

A side view of the LG C1 OLED TV.

(Image credit: LG)


The best affordable LG OLED TV.

Sizes: 48, 55, 65, 77, 83 inches | Resolution : 4K (3840 x 2160) | Smart TV: webOS | Refresh rate: 120Hz | Screen type: OLED | HDR: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Great balance of picture and price
Four HDMI 2.1 ports
Fantastic wenOS interface
No HDR10+

So, you're thinking of getting one of 2021's very best OLED TVs? We don't blame you, as the features and most importantly image quality still stands up with the best OLED TVs of 2022. What you'll also be happy to know is that there are some really decent LG C1 deals to be had right now. Here's what we're seeing at the moment...

Right now, we're seeing the 55-inch model go on sale fairly frequently for around the $1,296 mark (down from $1,499). Want a bigger version? The 65-inch model has been spotted for as low as $1,699, down from $2,499. And the biggest of all the models, the 83-inch LG C1 OLED TV, has enjoyed a price drop from $5,999 to $3,896 – that's a saving of over two grand! A lot of these deals are still active on Amazon right now, but you'll want to snap one up whilst stocks last!

Is the LG C1 worth buying?

Most definitely. If you've been on the lookout for a 4K smart TV that comes in a range of sizes with fantastic visuals, then the LG C1 is perfect for you. It may have come out over a year ago, but the tech inside this TV still holds up incredibly well and it's very similar to the newer (more expensive) C2 model. The 120Hz display makes it an excellent choice for avid film fans and dedicated gamers wanting ultimate visual performance.

What is the difference between the C1 and C2 model?

On paper, there's not a massive difference between the two models. Both include a Magic Remote to easily access all of the TV's smart features and apps with both Alexa and Google voice assistants. Visually, the C2 is slightly more upgraded. Both models have the base OLED panel, but the C2 includes improved "Evo" technology that LG promises improved picture quality, brighter colours and extra contrast to really make the picture pop. Most sizing options are the same, but the C2 offers a smaller display measuring 42-inches, where as the smallest C1 model sits just above that size-wise at 45-inches. Despite the small improvements the C2 offer, we just can't resist the more affordable pricing of the C1 when you look at the quality on offer. 

What does OLED mean?

There are two major display types when it comes to displays: LED LCD and OLED. The standard LCD screens use a backlight to illuminate the pixels, where as an OLED's pixels have their own light source. To be precise, OLED is short for organic light-emitting diodes. Considering that each individual pixel has it's own light and power source, it allows for more vibrant visuals, higher contrast and richer colours. When a pixel goes black on an OLED TV, it emits no light whatsoever (unlike an LCD TV where the black would still be lit by an internal light) so the dark colours are a lot more intense. This makes for a lot more immersive and "real" feeling picture.

Is the LG C1 good for gaming?

The LG C1 is an excellent choice for gamers. With it's slim design and wide range of sizing choices, you can fit it in a range of spaces from the more modest 45-inch frame to the huge 83-inch beast of a screen. The impressive 120Hz refresh rate means you will get fluid gameplay and smooth movement in game. The LG C1 has a total of one HDMI input, three HDMI 2.1 ports and two USB connections so you can plug multiple consoles and devices into the TV at any one time.

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Beren Neale
Deals Editor

Beren has worked on creative tech magazines and websites at Future Publishing for 13 years. He started this journey as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, and in 2012 found himself bridging the magazine/website divide as Commissioning Editor on the newly launched Creative Bloq. Since then he took the editor role on ImagineFX, was Launch Editor of the fine art magazine Paint & Draw, moved to Canon Pro Europe website as Deputy Editor, and then edited the graphic design magazine Computer Arts. In 2020 he moved back to Creative Bloq, the biggest global art and design website, and as Deals Editor has applied his expertise in creative tech to help digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need and love. Outside of work, Beren is an avid rock climber and music nut. 

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