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Sony Bravia A8H OLED TV - 65" for $2699 and 55" for $1999

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Dec 8, 2009
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Sony Bravia A8H OLED TV - 65" for $2699 and 55" for $1999

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Price:
$2699.99
Expiry:
January 7, 2021
This price is no longer an all time low for this model, but it's still a good deal. This TV doesn't have HDMI 2.1 like the LG CX OLED's (also on sale at BB right now), but it features Sony's X1 ultimate processor and 120 Hz X-motion Clarity (BFI) for better image processing and motion handling over the CX imo.

It's the same price at BestBuy.ca, Costco.ca, Visions.ca, London Drugs, and Amazon.ca. This price is valid until January 7th on Costco's website.

Links for the 65" model below:

BestBuy - https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/so ... h/14547307
Costco - https://www.costco.ca/sony-65-in.-4k-ol ... 55151.html
Visions - https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=XBR65A8H
Amazon - https://www.amazon.ca/Sony-65-inch-BRAV ... ics&sr=1-3
London Drugs - https://www.londondrugs.com/sony-65-in- ... 45522.html

Links for 55" model below:

BestBuy - https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/so ... h/14547306
Costco - https://www.costco.ca/sony-55-in.-4k-ol ... 55111.html
Visions - https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=XBR55A8H
Amazon - https://www.amazon.ca/Sony-55-inch-BRAV ... 9e121dfcea
London Drugs - https://www.londondrugs.com/sony-55-in- ... 45514.html
Last edited by Killmassacre on Dec 25th, 2020 1:08 pm, edited 8 times in total.
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Jul 4, 2006
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Costco pricing good until Dec/03/20
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Lobloco wrote: Costco pricing good until Dec/03/20
That doesn't mean much at Costco. They change prices regardless all the time.
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rogerchoi wrote: That doesn't mean much at Costco. They change prices regardless all the time.
Costco is good. Much better than most other retailers.

I’d trust what they state in their ads.
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Feb 23, 2014
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Is this an android tv still?

I have a Sony oled that’s from 2017 and the Android bit keeps restarting th\e tv. Pisses me off. Also glitches out on video every once in a wh
I’ve to the point I need to power cycle. I’ve seen enougH of those green and pink bars.

Considering buying the 65 which Would be an upgrade in size.
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Jun 29, 2019
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Thanks OP. 65 inch with extended warranty seems good price at Costco. Ordered, will price adjust later if it changes. FYI: availability seems to based on your postal code.
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If going in a room with lots of open windows better to avoid oled?
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade
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Apr 24, 2017
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That's what i've been reading

Dark room -> OLED version

Brighter room -> 900H or 950H
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Dec 23, 2012
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Anjou
For a bright room, I'd go with a Samsung Q90.
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Good price for 65" OLED TV
That HDMI 2.1 fiasco is overhyped and too new to care IMO.
Sony definitely has the upper hand for movies and everyday TV watching.
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If you buy a tv from Costco.CA and the price goes down within the 30? 90 days? are you able to price adjust it even if the tv goes out of stock?
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benzylique wrote: If you buy a tv from Costco.CA and the price goes down within the 30? 90 days? are you able to price adjust it even if the tv goes out of stock?
In another thread there was a handful of us who purchased a TV from Costco and requested price adjustment / refund when the price dropped online - and this was with it being out of stock (so not even showing up on the site). Key thing here is to keep an eye on it, and if there's a drop, take a screenshot.

Definitely possible to get price adjustment within 30 days. Likely YMMV for 90 days - though with possibility of return they may just offer the adjustment instead.
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CFRTim wrote: Good price for 65" OLED TV
That HDMI 2.1 fiasco is overhyped and too new to care IMO.
Sony definitely has the upper hand for movies and everyday TV watching.
Do you say this in reference to LG OLED TVs, or just other TVs in general?
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Is the sony 5 year warranty promo over? Or was that only for LED?
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CFRTim wrote: Good price for 65" OLED TV
That HDMI 2.1 fiasco is overhyped and too new to care IMO.
Sony definitely has the upper hand for movies and everyday TV watching.
Why wouldn't you care if you were going to hook up a PS5, XSX or a PC to the screen? It's got variable rate refresh, that's handy if you want to have no screen tearing. It also switches in and out of a low-latency mode, which is handy if you use the same device for games and for movies. If you aren't a gamer there's no point, but it's a pretty nice boost if you are - enough that you shouldn't buy a high-end TV without it in my opinion.
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anyone thinking of getting OLED warranty coverage (which is only avaialble at BB) or just the $99 at Costco and hope for the best?

if you live in a 1 bedroom condo, would you go for 55" or 65". Technically, the 65" is the 55" without the discount.. I've been following this TV for months now lol
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no hdmi 2.1? is the 65" really worth $1000 more than the x900h?

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