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LG Australia Launch Major OLED TV Giveaway

LG Australia has rolled-out a major social media campaign, giving customers the opportunity to win three 2019 65-inch C9 OLED TVs.

The competition seeks to raise LG Australia’s profile, and celebrate several international accolades for 2018’s top TVs.

Awards include testing from Aussie-based CHOICE, UK-based Which?, French Que Choisir and Germany’s Stiftung Warentes.

LG claims seven global consumer advocacy groups ranked its 2018 OLED TVs as the “number one large-screen recommended products” – noting the LG C8 OLED as the “front runner of 2018.”

The company’s social media campaign will give one lucky entrant the opportunity to win a 2019 65″ C9 OLED TV – not only for themselves, but also for two friends.

“At LG we are celebrating these awards by giving Australians the opportunity to upgrade their home entertainment experience with one of the best TVs in our range this year,” asserts Tony Brown, LG Electronics Australia – Marketing Manager of Home Entertainment.

“We’re impressed by the recognition LG OLED 4K UHD TVs have received from reputable research and testing groups from across the world.”

The social media campaign will run on LG Australia’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, starting today.


To enter the ‘Upgrade to OLED TV’ giveaway, Aussies should tag two friends and tell LG Australia why they would like to win a brand-new 2019 65” LG OLED TV.

The most “creative entrant” will win a TV for themselves and their two tagged friends.

Participants are required to use the hashtag #LGOLEDTV in entries.

The giveaway competition will run until June 30, with winners announced by July 2019.

Further information and T&Cs are available on LG Australia’s website here.

[LG Australia]

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