LG G4 Unlocked Smartphone + LG 32LF500B 32″ HDTV for $699.99 + Free $150 GC from Dell!

LG TV + G4 PhoneThere is (quite literally) a lot to like about this deal! Frankly, it’s an interesting bundle, but a good one because you get two fantastic products from one of our favorite manufacturers paired with one of our favorite sellers. Imagine opening the box (though there is probably more than one to open) and finding a beautiful LG TV AND one of the best smartphones on the market! We like that.

With a listing date ending on 10/19, Dell Home is offering the LG 32LF500B 32″ LED HDTV bundled with the new LG G4 Unlocked Smartphone for just $699.99. Shipping is free, and the deal gets even better when you add this package to your cart. There you’ll find that they’ve added a $150 Dell ePromo Gift Card absolutely free of charge. Once you receive the GC via e-Mail, you can spend on ANYTHING you want at their site, included a new gaming console, video games, a new laptop, or your choice of tons of accessories.

The 2015 model LG 32LF500B 32″ 720p 60Hz LED TV receives excellent reviews everywhere it’s sold, including one of the highest we’ve seen for any 32″ TV at Amazon: 4.6 out of 5 stars after more than 130 scores at Amazon.

– LED Backlit with 720p resolution (you don’t need higher resolution at this size) and a picture customers rave about.

– The 60Hz native refresh rate is plenty to handle motion on the screen.

– A trio of HDMI inputs give you plenty of options for connecting it to high definition devices.

The LG G4 is a stunning new phone that is garnering critical acclaim across the technology world. It sells for more than $400 everywhere else we found this version.

– 4.5 out of 5 stars at Amazon after more than 230 reviews.

– A spectacular 5.5″ Quantum Display with IPS is positively spectacular, and In Plane Switching means great viewing at all angles.

– Speed to spare on the G4 in the way of an 808 processor that’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon thing of beauty that really moves.

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