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[Costco] LG CX 65 back in stock was $2,697 but now $2,597.99!!

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[Costco] LG CX 65 back in stock was $2,697 but now $2,597.99!!

Costco - Back in stock with around 27 in stock. as of FEB 12, 2021

This is boxing week pricing again, for those who missed out. Still good for what it is compared to LG oleds announced at CES.

For those who order at $2,697 - you can call in if there is still stock at $2,597 price to get a $100 refund - I did so today and received the refund.

Also could be bought at for the same price:
Best buy
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/lg ... 65&irgwc=1

Visions
https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=OLED65CX

Just not as good warranty value options - if you plan on getting the LG direct warranty grab one from Visions or Bestbuy!
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Now that I have my 55 cx I sure wish I bought the 65 even though I got a really good deal.
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Alexdubzz wrote: Now that I have my 55 cx I sure wish I bought the 65 even though I got a really good deal.
If from Costco - you have 90 day exchange/return Winking Face. I’m glad I was able to get mine, 65 with the slim design is amazing. No worries about a bulky looking back.
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Don’t forget the extended warranty for $99!

You could also buy the extended warranty from LG for $442 which covers burn in.
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Costco Barrhaven in Ottawa had the 55 and 65" on the floor, plenty of stock.
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ADRiiAN` wrote: Don’t forget the extended warranty for $99!

You could also buy the extended warranty from LG for $442 which covers burn in.
From Reddit, people were posting that LG USA will replace a panel once for burn in, even if it is outside of warranty. Any idea if LG Canada will do this?
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Is there REALLY any difference in quality and features between this 65" LG and the Samsung 70" i bought for $800 on BF?

And to refer to other posters, I have regret not buying the 75" over my 70" after the fact. Being able to fit the 70" in my SUV was the deciding factor.
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ttiger wrote: Is there REALLY any difference in quality and features between this 65" LG and the Samsung 70" i bought for $800 on BF?

And to refer to other posters, I have regret not buying the 75" over my 70" after the fact. Being able to fit the 70" in my SUV was the deciding factor.
Yes, by an order of magnitude.
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ttiger wrote: Is there REALLY any difference in quality and features between this 65" LG and the Samsung 70" i bought for $800 on BF?

And to refer to other posters, I have regret not buying the 75" over my 70" after the fact. Being able to fit the 70" in my SUV was the deciding factor.
I think you got this right?
https://www.costco.ca/samsung-70-in.-sm ... 01725.html

I relied on Costco delivery and returns for my hisense Q9G.

"The LG CX OLED is significantly better than the Samsung TU7000 thanks to its OLED panel. The LG delivers much better picture quality, as it can produce perfect blacks and can display a wide color gamut. It also has near-instantaneous response time, higher peak brightness, and wider viewing angles. That said, if you need a TV to use as a monitor, the Samsung has lower input lag, and its VA panel is immune to permanent burn-in."

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare ... eshold=0.1

Pretty huge differences in picture quality. For me I valued the dark room performance and console gaming features, design is nice too. For the value and size though I would say for $800 your deal is good too though.
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Thx OP. Cancelled by order with Visions and bought from Costco instead...
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eband00 wrote: Thx OP. Cancelled by order with Visions and bought from Costco instead...
Good choice, warranty is better too.
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Thanks OP.

My friend got one and I missed out the deal back in December.


I've looked at other equivalent models and this particular one definitely is the best.

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ttiger wrote: Is there REALLY any difference in quality and features between this 65" LG and the Samsung 70" i bought for $800 on BF?

And to refer to other posters, I have regret not buying the 75" over my 70" after the fact. Being able to fit the 70" in my SUV was the deciding factor.
It depends. I bought this TV but ended up bringing it back. I have a 5 x 8 window in the living room which makes the room very bright. This TV is awful in a bright room. Went with the Samsung Q80 and wow, night and day.
Mind you, my friend as his OLED in the basement with no windows and it's amazing. So it all the depends on the environment.
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can't wait for this to get OOS in a couple of hours. 61 left !!!
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PCAvalon wrote: It depends. I bought this TV but ended up bringing it back. I have a 5 x 8 window in the living room which makes the room very bright. This TV is awful in a bright room. Went with the Samsung Q80 and wow, night and day.
Mind you, my friend as his OLED in the basement with no windows and it's amazing. So it all the depends on the environment.
Agree with you here, if mine was near a window or could not be covered up then I would have got the Q80T or keep the Q9G. The TU7000 hits only 279 nits max whereas the LG CX can hit 800, your Q80T hits 700/800 nits and Q9G can go over 1000 nits for bright room performance.
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Is there a big difference between this CX version with BX one?
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BLENZv wrote: Is there a big difference between this CX version with BX one?
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare ... eshold=0.1

Very similar, just using a lower end picture processor. Also HDR performance is lower as peak brightness is not as good - max brightness is 542 nits vs 800 (CX). If in basement for dark room BX is good, CX can handle some sunlight and bright room conditions.
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ADRiiAN` wrote: Don’t forget the extended warranty for $99!

You could also buy the extended warranty from LG for $442 which covers burn in.
Does Costco warranty cover burn in for OLEDs?

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