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(Visions, Costco, BB, 2001) LG OLED 65C9 $3298 55C9 $2298 65B9 $2998 55B9 $1998

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Jul 8, 2005
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WAQ420 wrote: I was told I had to get the 5 year warranty to receive this price.
Is the warranty more for that TV? It is 398 for TVs a lot less than that but I am not sure of the exact break points and prices.
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Mar 23, 2003
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itrocks4u wrote: I agree with you. I love costco warranty but it does not cover burn-in.

The thread you linked sounds a bit odd to be honest. And no I'm not a fan of BB.
Fair enough. I didn't research it. Just googled it and went to the first link. I've also read some horror stories before. But again. The bad ones get the most press.

I agree I have some burn in fears too. But I honestly just try to be mindful and cycle some variety.
Now if you have a family using it and also as a monitor then that's def a concern.
I personally would not use it as a monitor ever. Games yes. But steady monitor use. Nope
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Jan 31, 2017
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If you're in the Kitchener area, you can get the LG CX 65" for ~$2,600. DM if you need the contact.
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Nov 18, 2006
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feminazi wrote: Is the warranty more for that TV? It is 398 for TVs a lot less than that but I am not sure of the exact break points and prices.
I dont know but for this tv it was 800 for 5 years.
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Jul 8, 2005
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WAQ420 wrote: I dont know but for this tv it was 800 for 5 years.
So basically they gave you the best non-warranty price of 5000 and then gave you the entire price of the warranty back to reduce the TV to 4200!? That is nuts and I would love to see other people get that deal.

It would be great to see people get that kind of deal with the 55 and 65 inch models as well but I haven't heard of anyone getting the entire warranty price as a discount, more like half at most.
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Jul 22, 2002
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Which would you choose for the 48CX:
1) $1850
2) $1800 + $250 five year warranty?
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Jan 25, 2007
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I went with option #2 because I want peace of mind for 5 years. I'm assuming this is Visions? You'll also get back your warranty money if nothing claimed after 5 years, which helps me stomach it a little better.
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Jan 11, 2007
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sidshock wrote: Fair enough. I didn't research it. Just googled it and went to the first link. I've also read some horror stories before. But again. The bad ones get the most press.

I agree I have some burn in fears too. But I honestly just try to be mindful and cycle some variety.
Now if you have a family using it and also as a monitor then that's def a concern.
I personally would not use it as a monitor ever. Games yes. But steady monitor use. Nope
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what about for stuff like netflix and news channels?
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Mar 23, 2003
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dreaderus wrote: '

what about for stuff like netflix and news channels?
Netflix for sure.
News is your only problem.
But I mean you gotta be hitting it 3hrs plus steady on the same station so the logo really sits there.
And the new oleds detect logos and limit its brightness. (option in lg oled)
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Jul 22, 2002
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Yup Visions in-store purchase. That's what I ended up doing... $2050cdn + tax which includes the 5 year warranty. The breakdown was actually $1700 for the TV and $350 for the 5 year warranty. Not bad and in 5 years I will use the $350 credit towards the 2025 LG 8k OLED lol... or whatever new crazy tech arrives then...pretty happy overall with this deal.
superotaku78 wrote: I went with option #2 because I want peace of mind for 5 years. I'm assuming this is Visions? You'll also get back your warranty money if nothing claimed after 5 years, which helps me stomach it a little better.
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Nov 18, 2006
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Man as the TV is being delivered starting to get more nervous. Worried that they will pull a fast one qnd deliver an open box or something. I guess I will check total runtime and hope for the best
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Oct 19, 2020
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ATLien69 wrote: Yup Visions in-store purchase. That's what I ended up doing... $2050cdn + tax which includes the 5 year warranty. The breakdown was actually $1700 for the TV and $350 for the 5 year warranty. Not bad and in 5 years I will use the $350 credit towards the 2025 LG 8k OLED lol... or whatever new crazy tech arrives then...pretty happy overall with this deal.
Visions doesnt cover burn in does it? thats my only concern with oleds atm
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Jan 21, 2009
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WAQ420 wrote: Man as the TV is being delivered starting to get more nervous. Worried that they will pull a fast one qnd deliver an open box or something. I guess I will check total runtime and hope for the best
If the box is sealed you're fine. Congrats, you will love your purchase.
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Oct 15, 2018
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I really want to wall mount a TV but the GX is almost 1k more than the CX. Idk if it's worth the price difference
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Jul 29, 2008
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jleester93 wrote: I really want to wall mount a TV but the GX is almost 1k more than the CX. Idk if it's worth the price difference
Why do you care for GX instead of CX. You can wallmount CX as well

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