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LG OLED 48" $1497.99 - 55" $1697.99 - 65" $2297.99 Until Nov18

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Nov 6, 2013
55 posts
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Calgary, Alberta

[Costco] LG OLED 48" $1497.99 - 55" $1697.99 - 65" $2297.99 Until Nov18

I know, this is appears to be the sales price everywhere right now...

But, buying from Costco means:
Optional 3-Year $99.99 Excellence Plus+ extended warranty
90 Day return window
30 Day price protection

I purchased the LG 48" OLED48C1 listed at $1497.99

For me, in Alberta, OLED48C1 + 3yr Extended warranty
Price breakdown was:

Subtotal: $1,603.98
Shipping & Handling $0.00
GST (G) $80.20
HST (H) $0.00
PST (P) $0.00
QST (Q) $0.00

Order Total
$1,684.18
Last edited by ultima99 on Nov 5th, 2021 4:50 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Sep 8, 2008
1621 posts
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Thanks op. Gonna return my A80J and get this. It’s going to save me about $600!

Pro tip if you haven’t registered your extended warranty there is no need to return that “item”. You can register it to an exchange.
Sr. Member
Dec 25, 2012
746 posts
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Kingston
Ya I’ll never buy a big ticket electronic item like a TV anywhere but Costco because of the return policy and cheap warranty. I have a buyer for a 65” Samsung I bought two years ago and having 3 years warranty still left on it made it an easy sale. It’s finally time for an OLED.
Member
Mar 21, 2021
200 posts
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I'm waiting for the Sony A80J 77 size to come down in price at Costco. And if I did buy it it's a no-brainer to get the extra warranty for $99.

I try to buy expensive Electronics and home appliances from Costco, best warranties and return policy. I had a dehumidifier for 2 and 1/2 years and it stopped working. (iced up) I was able to send it back with UPS at no charge and they gave me a full refund.
Newbie
Jan 15, 2013
58 posts
27 upvotes
Do you guys think it’ll go even lower than this? I think I remember seeing a graph saying lowest tv prices on TVs are the 2 weeks before Black Friday week, so this seems to track with November 18
Member
Sep 9, 2012
325 posts
235 upvotes
Ottawa
Jumped on the 48 as monitor. Thanks
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Nov 8, 2005
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Man I am having to resist.... I barely play my ps5 as it is and when I do it's on a pos 1080p 60hz Haier from 2012.
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Jul 27, 2015
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tim-x wrote: Man I am having to resist.... I barely play my ps5 as it is and when I do it's on a pos 1080p 60hz Haier from 2012.
Lol..

I'm using Panasonice 1080i 2005 TV. Your not alone
Newbie
Sep 25, 2012
70 posts
109 upvotes
nuxper wrote: Ya I’ll never buy a big ticket electronic item like a TV anywhere but Costco because of the return policy and cheap warranty. I have a buyer for a 65” Samsung I bought two years ago and having 3 years warranty still left on it made it an easy sale. It’s finally time for an OLED.
Just a heads up, Costco's bring anything back whenever policy doesn't apply to televisions, but they do offer a generous 90 day return policy which is still a lot better than most places.
Newbie
Mar 22, 2006
11 posts
3 upvotes
Vancouver
I’ve never done it for big ticket items but if I bought the tv 50 days ago I actually have to physically return it and buy it again to get $300 back?

Seems so inefficient, why wouldn’t the price matching be the same period as the return window?
Deal Addict
Nov 29, 2013
1555 posts
415 upvotes
Toronto
Really happy I didn’t buy the 48” last year when they refused to put it on sale lol would have been upset by the great price now
Member
Sep 9, 2012
325 posts
235 upvotes
Ottawa
Really happy I didn’t buy the c1 48 refurb at kj for $1500 taxes in. I been eyeing that for a while now. Looks like Black Friday is a little early this year!
Newbie
Oct 7, 2012
76 posts
33 upvotes
Montreal
What are the odds the 77 comes back in stock? Grimacing Face
Banned
Aug 24, 2011
5776 posts
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Toronto and London
What's the ideal size for Ps5/XSX gaming?

I currently have 55" but I think I only sit 6-7 feet away.

Stick to 55 or go for 65 for gaming and some movies?
Newbie
Nov 11, 2020
36 posts
22 upvotes
I love it! Games look great and HDR movies are amazing! I buy a tv every 10 years so this was a treat.

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