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Huge 50-inch 4K LG TV slashed to just £354 in early Black Friday deal – perfect for your PS5 or Xbox Series X

YOU can save £75 on a top 4K telly with a new voucher code at eBay.

It’s a great time to upgrade your telly with Christmas just around the corner – and new consoles available now.

This LG TV is heavily discounted[/caption]

The PS5 and Xbox Series X are finally here, so it’s worth considering a 4K TV.

And there’s a 50-inch LG 4K HDR smart TV now available for £354 on eBay.

It’s usually £429, but the code PURCHASE20 shaves off 20% – up to a maximum saving of £75.

  • LG 50″ 4K TV at eBay for £354 (Code: PURCHASE20) – buy here
The TV supports 4K and HDR videos[/caption]

This is a great deal, as it’s extremely rare to get such a large 4K HDR TV from a reputable brand for such a low price.

You’ll need to enter the code PURCHASE20 at checkout to see the discount applied.

And you’ll also get free delivery inside the UK.

Although the product is listed on eBay, you’re actually buying from electronics retailer Crampton & Moore.

The well-known retailer has a 99.3% positive feedback rating on eBay with more than 36,000 reviews.

This TV has some clever tech you’ll want to know about.

For a start, it’s 4K – which means it has four times the number of pixels as a Full HD 1080ph telly.

You’ll be able to find endless 4K content commonly available on services like Sky Q, Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube and more.

But this TV has another trick up its sleeve: HDR.

That stands for High Dynamic Range, and refers to a type of content with improved contrast (brighter whites, darker blacks) and a wider range of colours.

You can find HDR content very easily these days, so it’s a great trick to have.

Importantly, PS5 and Xbox Series X games both support 4K HDR output, so this TV is a great buy if you already have (or will soon own) either.

In other news, The Sun’s favourite alternative to a games console is the Oculus Quest 2 VR headset.

Grab a VR headset and you’ll be able to play the legendary Beat Saber – like Guitar Hero, but with lightsabers.

And Dell’s Alienware R10 Ryzen Edition is a gaming PC powerhouse that crushes both the new consoles.

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