LeEco made a pretty big deal of its U.S. launch as it showcased a variety of products ranging from smart TVs to a prototype of an electric car. It’s already selling some of those products directly to customers through its online store but now it’s expanding them to major retailers. LeEco has confirmed that its smart TVs and smartphones will be available for purchase from Amazon, Best Buy, and Target starting next month.

LeEco has been pushing its products in the United States by offering flash sales through its LeMall online store. The idea was to mark down the prices significantly in a bid to bring in more customers.

The company now wants to make its products available to more retailers. With Amazon, it gets the largest online retailer in the world and with Best Buy and Target it gets two of the largest brick-and-mortar retail chains in the country.

LeEco will continue to provide incentives to customers who purchase products through LeMall by offering them rebates. All customers who purchase a new phone or TV from LeEco before January 5th will also receive a free subscription to AT&T’s new DirecTV Now streaming service.

LeEco products will be available from the aforementioned retailers starting December 1st.

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