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$1997 - LG OLED55B7P smart tv

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  • Mar 18th, 2018 9:14 pm
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Sr. Member
Jul 3, 2001
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GTA
This hit $1700 or $1750 black friday and for several weeks across xmas and boxing week. Expect similar prices this spring when new 2018 models hit stores.
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Jun 30, 2017
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Brossard
Binden wrote: This hit $1700 or $1750 black friday and for several weeks across xmas and boxing week. Expect similar prices this spring when new 2018 models hit stores.
where? I'm pretty sure is was 1999.99 at best buy.
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May 19, 2017
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Abbotsford BC
Was in London drugs today in Langley, BC. The 65 inch was 2699.99 if anyone is looking for it.
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Dec 17, 2017
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This is the tv I want in the 65 in, I will wait till spring to see how much they drop in price. In the main time I’ll be saving....which seems really hard to do when I am finding deals which I don’t really need but still buy. Fail
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Aug 21, 2005
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Vancouver
Armalite15 wrote: Was in London drugs today in Langley, BC. The 65 inch was 2699.99 if anyone is looking for it.
anyone know if the richmond/vancouver ones are also at 2699?
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Jan 10, 2008
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hamilton
It’s also possible in Ontario.

Just bought a new tv today.

65” LG OLED B7 from visions for 2775
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May 30, 2016
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Not sure about 55" but its better to wait for the 65" B7. I picked up a 65" LG OLED B7 from visions for $2500 on 24th of Dec with 5 year extended warranty for $469.
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Apr 25, 2016
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taxland
Checked visions site and they show the price 3497. So they give better price in their store.
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Nov 17, 2003
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Edmonton
7things wrote: Checked visions site and they show the price 3497. So they give better price in their store.
They do but I think they hinge it on whether you get the 500 dollar warranty or not. Less inclined if you tell them you don't want the warranty

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Dec 30, 2009
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Im debating between this or the sony x930e, they are $350 difference. Which do you guys recommend?
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Nov 5, 2009
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Toronto
Picked up the 65" b7 last week for 2500
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Nov 26, 2008
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I set the new benchmark for this TV and got it for $2399. Same retailer as mcmaxx. Negotiated at the Home Show but I bet you can get it at one of their stores.
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Feb 19, 2017
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Binden wrote: This hit $1700 or $1750 black friday and for several weeks across xmas and boxing week. Expect similar prices this spring when new 2018 models hit stores.
Those prices were ebay/small local store/and one unnamed store in gta.

BB, Visions, Costco, LD, etc all had it for $2000 so this is the standard “sale” price for major retailer. Ebay had it for $2k with 10% off (1800), which was the lowest “advertised” price. One advantage with Costco is warranty being cheaper means it might end up being the same price as ebay/local store if you want extended warranty. Of course the catch is most warranty might not cover burnin (which is an issue with oled).

Personally i recommend waiting at this point because 2018 tvs are hitting stores in states soon then canada next. That means clearance deals coming up and/or wait for better tv. Generally the best time to buy a tv is eait for clearance or near BF/during holiday period. Those prices generally wont be beaten till clearance (meaning if you buy at bf, you pretty much will get the lowest price for at least 5 months).

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