LG V40 ThinQ is cheaper than free in new Best Buy deal throwing in 49-inch 4K TV
While we can certainly understand why you’d avoid the LG V40 ThinQ at a list price of around $950, Best Buy is practically paying you to get this powerhouse between today and Sunday, February 10.
Technically, new Sprint subscribers and those looking to add a service line to an existing account will still be charged $15 a month for 18 months with a Flex Lease agreement or $15 a month for two years with regular installment plans.
That amounts to $270 and $360 respectively (after $20 or $15 monthly bill credits), which is already an incredibly small price to pay for a high-end 6.4-inch handset with a grand total of five cameras in tow.
But the deal gets a lot better, as LG also promises to hook you up with a free 49-inch 4K TV. Separately, that’s worth a whopping 500 bucks, covering the marked-down price of the V40 ThinQ... and then some.
In order to redeem your crazy expensive gift, you need to register on a special webpage after making your purchase at Best Buy. You only have until February 21 to do so, and you can even qualify if you pay for your Sprint-locked LG V40 ThinQ upfront, although that means spending at least $720 right now.
The same exact freebie was offered for a little while directly through Sprint back during the Black Friday frenzy, but now the phone is also significantly cheaper with a lease or device payment plan.
Available in Aurora Black only, the V40 ThinQ is a notched giant with a sharp OLED screen, premium build quality, state-of-the-art Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space, three versatile rear-facing shooters, 8 + 5MP dual selfie cameras, and a somewhat underwhelming 3,300 mAh battery. But a couple of small flaws are certainly not to be considered deal breakers.