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[Leon's] Leon’s Sony 900H, LG OLED BX - Weekend TV sale

Leon’s has a 10% weekend sale for some quality 4K TV’s. Prices are before taxes.

55” Sony XBR55X900H - $1100

65” Sony XBR65X900H - $1450

55” LG OLED BX - $1550

65” LB OLED BX - $2360

For the discount, simply add the product to your shopping cart for the 10% code to apply.

Other TVs are available as well
https://www.leons.ca/collections/electr ... 5B0%5D=ZOF

Downside of Leon’s is that all sales are final, so make sure that you really want it before pulling the trigger.
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All sales are final...
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All sales are final + OLED = risk.

That said, I will buy off-lease equipment final sale because I receive massive markdowns, but this isn't that.
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I have the x900h. It's a great TV, but just remember that if you're thinking of getting it for 120Hz, there's a blur problem that you should read up about online.

If you're doing 60Hz, then it's a fantastic value TV.
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Terrible return policies, definitely use this as a negotiation starter at another retailer though
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The Leon family are great businessmen I'm told.

I can respect the hustle without letting myself be hustled.

Skip Leon's and The Brick, both stores feel like time warps from the 1980s in terms of operations and incentive structure.
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rappa wrote: I have the x900h. It's a great TV, but just remember that if you're thinking of getting it for 120Hz, there's a blur problem that you should read up about online.

If you're doing 60Hz, then it's a fantastic value TV.
Just wondering if you’re doing 60hz, why go with x900 and not a lower model like the x800 and any other brands?
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bobbings wrote: Just wondering if you’re doing 60hz, why go with x900 and not a lower model like the x800 and any other brands?
You can definitely go with other brands. I was just talking about this TV in general since it was in the main post. For other brands, just be careful with Samsung because they don't support Dolby vision.

The x900h is better than the 800h anyways. Of course it all depends on your budget. There's some new TV's coming out this year from Hisense that you should also keep an eye out for!

Hisense u7g is supposed to be good for gamers.
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rappa wrote: You can definitely go with other brands. I was just talking about this TV in general since it was in the main post. For other brands, just be careful with Samsung because they don't support Dolby vision.

The x900h is better than the 800h anyways. Of course it all depends on your budget. There's some new TV's coming out this year from Hisense that you should also keep an eye out for!

Hisense u7g is supposed to be good for gamers.
Thanks. I was thinking if I go for the 900, it’s because of 120 hz but if not then I would settle for the 750 or 800 series depending on other needs like viewing angles or brightness but I’m gonna skip on last year’s models since 900 has blur issues. Will wait and see what the new models have.
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rappa wrote: You can definitely go with other brands. I was just talking about this TV in general since it was in the main post. For other brands, just be careful with Samsung because they don't support Dolby vision.

The x900h is better than the 800h anyways. Of course it all depends on your budget. There's some new TV's coming out this year from Hisense that you should also keep an eye out for!

Hisense u7g is supposed to be good for gamers.
U78G/U7G only has 2 HDMI 2.1. 1 of which is eArc. If u have both PS5 and Xbox Series X, u will need to share the 1 remaining 2.1 input.
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get the LG OLED..there is no comparison...add some extra years of warranty and enjoy the experience :) picture quality is phenomenal , I wont suggest anyone to buy any non-OLEDS if they are spending above $1K
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arian01 wrote: Bought a LG CX
Thanks bud
Have u compared the $2519 price on the LG 65CX with other retailers?
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Can you price match with other stores or no? Leon's stupid final sale policy is the dumbest policy ever especially for new electronics
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aomous wrote: Can you price match with other stores or no? Leon's stupid final sale policy is the dumbest policy ever especially for new electronics
Take a screenshot of the selected TV in your cart with the sale price breakdown and use this in your negotiations at another store. I am planning to do this or wait for the reviews for the Hisense U88G.
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Ridinginoffice7 wrote: get the LG OLED..there is no comparison...add some extra years of warranty and enjoy the experience :) picture quality is phenomenal , I wont suggest anyone to buy any non-OLEDS if they are spending above $1K
New 2021 OLED models like the C1 have increased in price....the 65 inch C1 is in the low $3000 range. 55 inch C1 is in the low to mid $2000 range. Better off with the 2020 CX lineup. Brightness (low nits) and the burn-in potential r my concerns with the OLED. Also, my past experience with LG is not good.
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DavidY wrote: New 2021 OLED models like the C1 have increased in price....the 65 inch C1 is in the low $3000 range. 55 inch C1 is in the low to mid $2000 range. Better off with the 2020 CX lineup. Brightness (low nits) and the burn-in potential r my concerns with the OLED. Also, my past experience with LG is not good.
Get a open box or refurb model of previous year, add 4year warranty on top .. save money , enjoy the quality.. in 4 years claim warranty and replace- repeat Clockwise Rightwards And Leftwards Open Circle Arrows

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