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LG OLED 65" A1 $1,589.99 (Costco in-store)

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[Costco] LG OLED 65" A1 $1,589.99 (Costco in-store)

LG A1 65" OLED65A1 on clearance in Costco at $1,589.99 !!

I don't know if it's store specific or clearance (doesn't end by $0.97)
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Not listed on Costco online - available store only I'm guessing...
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Saw it yesterday, only two units left. Now almost certainly sold out.

Me in 2018 would've walked up a straight cliff at this price.

Now I just shrug.

Unfortunately there is a noticeable difference between C1 and A1.
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Good price. Especially if you don't care about having 120hz.

I have the C1, and to be quite honest, 120hz is rather pointless for a majority of people. 99% of the games I play on the PS5 is 60fps only. I get that people want the latest and greatest, but I would recommend getting the A1 and saving $800-1000 or whatever. Put it towards a Dolby Atmos audio system.
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umadbrah wrote: Good price. Especially if you don't care about having 120hz.

I have the C1, and to be quite honest, 120hz is rather pointless for a majority of people. 99% of the games I play on the PS5 is 60fps only. I get that people want the latest and greatest, but I would recommend getting the A1 and saving $800-1000 or whatever. Put it towards a Dolby Atmos audio system.
I also got the C1, minus this deal the price difference is only like $300 so I figured I would get the C1 as I keep my TV for many years. I only have a Nintendo Switch and do not plan to hook my computer up to it.
CuddlyMonster wrote: Is A1 as dim as C1?
Yes
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Dimmer, less vibrant colors.
Thanks, I just checked on Rtings - it is 10% dimmer. 131 nits vs 116 nits - (sustained brightness at 100% window).
It is a bit dim for me after use of bright mini QLED... I would consider it if I were watching mostly SDR, but 90% of content I watch is HDR... Will have to wait for QD Display from Samsung...
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May 17, 2016
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Anyone know if this is in Waterloo or kitchener Costco? Stopping by Costco at 7 pm but can make a trip to either Costco.
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I am going to pass for now although this is very tempting.

For Ottawa folks, Kanata has 1, Nepean has 2, Gloucester 6, and none in Barrhaven. I just got off the phone with Costco.
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MasterYi wrote: Anyone know if this is in Waterloo or kitchener Costco? Stopping by Costco at 7 pm but can make a trip to either Costco.
You can call either store and they will tell you how many both stores have
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umadbrah wrote: Good price. Especially if you don't care about having 120hz.

I have the C1, and to be quite honest, 120hz is rather pointless for a majority of people. 99% of the games I play on the PS5 is 60fps only. I get that people want the latest and greatest, but I would recommend getting the A1 and saving $800-1000 or whatever. Put it towards a Dolby Atmos audio system.
People still play games nowdays? how can they have so much time to burn?
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hchai wrote: People still play games nowdays? how can they have so much time to burn?
He never said that he was spending his whole life playing games ! Playing 30 minutes per week is still playing games ... occasionnally ! But I get your point ... getting older we have more money to spend on things we wanted when we were young but no time to use them ! Such is life I guess.
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hchai wrote: People still play games nowdays? how can they have so much time to burn?
I mean obviously tons of people play games. It is as valid a way to have entertainment screen time as any other. Just check your phone’s ‘hours per day’ tracker to see how much unproductive screen time you might have in your day too…
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grumble wrote: I mean obviously tons of people play games. It is as valid a way to have entertainment screen time as any other. Just check your phone’s ‘hours per day’ tracker to see how much unproductive screen time you might have in your day too…
1 hour 30 min, with 30 min youtube for my 4 year old watched peppa pig in restaurant yesterday. It is your time so do whatever you want. One thing money can't buy is time though.
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Anyone seen this deal at a Costco in the GTA? Bought a C1 in Nov that I'm considering returning since I don't have any game system to make use of the 120Hz and would rather take the $700 difference in savings.
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Its good to take the warranty with them even if they don't cover burn in?
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hchai wrote: People still play games nowdays? how can they have so much time to burn?
Video game industry is larger than Hollywood and music combined... So yeah, a ton of people play games.

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