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65 inch LG OLED65B7A 4k Ultra HD Smart OLED TV on eBay - $2099.99

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maccashking [ebay.com]on eBay [ebay.com] has 65" LG OLED65B7A 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED HDTV on sale for $2099. Shipping is free.

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Resolution: 3840x2160
WiFi + Smart
Inputs:
4x HDMI
3x USB
1x Composite
1x Component
1x RF In (Antenna/Cable)
1x Ethernet
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Last Edited by s_6p December 1, 2017 at 01:17 AM
This is based on reading through the replies of the hundreds of LG OLED65B7A threads. Of course this is YMMV and subjected to change.

Price Protection:
Chase: TVsuperstores.com approved, ExpressTVs.com approved, BuyUSA.com denied (because it was a wholesaler site requiring you buy in bulk).
Discover: BuyUSA.com approved, TVsuperstores.com denied (because a free wall mount with the TV) one guy say he was approved after he send in a screenshot without the free wall mount showing so YMMV.
Citi: TVsuperstores.com approved, BuyUSA.com approved, ExpressTVs.com denied (because their contact page is blank). One reply said they were approved so YMMV.
Wells Fargo Visa Signature: BuyUSA.com approved
No one has posted a PP to this retailer yet: tvsdailydeals.com $1,749.00 on 11-26.

Anyone who's had a different result feel free to post that information here.

Citi - ExpressTvs got approved. It took almost 3 weeks though.

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Yes. You need to ask for an invoice from the seller. I got 500 PP (price rewind) on this same model and purchased on eBay. I bought from firstclasstvs on eBay and did a Price Rewind against expresstvs.com Took a week to get the confirmation of the benefit.
Which CC did you use to PP?
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Does anyone expect that we could see these drop another $100 for BF, or do you think we've bottomed out?
problem is... these guys selling for these prices are not really black friday participants. Im sure we will see drop from your big name guys, but that drop would still leave them several hundred higher than these no-name discounters.

So if I had to guess, blackfriday wont be meaningful. They have stock they need to move, and they will keep dripping it out around this price level until its gone. If demand dries up, then you might see it drop a little further.
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Which CC did you use to PP?
I got a CITI card just for this. However, other ppl have been successful with both Discover and Chase (in the recent threads that I've particated on) when getting a match on this same TV from either eBay, beach camera, or Newegg
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problem is... these guys selling for these prices are not really black friday participants. Im sure we will see drop from your big name guys, but that drop would still leave them several hundred higher than these no-name discounters.

So if I had to guess, blackfriday wont be meaningful. They have stock they need to move, and they will keep dripping it out around this price level until its gone. If demand dries up, then you might see it drop a little further.
My theory on the price drops is manufacturing is getting cheaper (better yields), but LG doesn't want to drop the price drastically on their partners (BestBuy, Costco, Target) because it is a high margin item and this would upset their partners.

Next year's models will most likely have a larger screen and also decent price reductions. In the interim, they are allowing vendors to drop ship these and making money both ways -- essentially making their own cake and eating it too.
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I've always been under the impression that "registration" was more of a marketing thing and didn't really guarantee warranty service. Have you checked your serial # directly with their support?
On LG's website when I log into their customer portal, it shows my product is an active product and the associated serial number I entered. When I click on the support button, it shows:

OLED65B7A
Warranty InformationLabor 1 Year / Parts 1 Year More
If you need Repair Service, submit an online service request.Request a Repair and has links to request a repair.
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When I compare the LG's OLED to Samsung's QLED in person, I think the Samsung looks better...by a decent margin. Does anyone else agree/disagree?
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When I compare the LG's OLED to Samsung's QLED in person, I think the Samsung looks better...by a decent margin. Does anyone else agree/disagree?
The Samsung can get brighter, so if you were under bright store lighting then it might look better in that environment. However, the OLED is going to have perfect blacks and higher contrast so in a dark room it will be obvious how much better the contrast really is.

Also depends on settings of the TV, source, etc.

It ultimately comes down to your own preference, but I'd say myself and most others find the OLED is *much* better versus QLED (which is just LED [LCD] with quantum dot filter).
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problem is... these guys selling for these prices are not really black friday participants. Im sure we will see drop from your big name guys, but that drop would still leave them several hundred higher than these no-name discounters.

So if I had to guess, blackfriday wont be meaningful. They have stock they need to move, and they will keep dripping it out around this price level until its gone. If demand dries up, then you might see it drop a little further.
That's kind of along the lines of what I was thinking. Makes sense. Thank you.
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When I compare the LG's OLED to Samsung's QLED in person, I think the Samsung looks better...by a decent margin. Does anyone else agree/disagree?
I saw them both at BB and I considered LG OLED to be miles ahead of Samsung QLED... but that's just me.
QLED colors looked washed out and unnatural compared to OLED.
I guess everyone has a different idea what TV picture should look like... also depends on your room set up and what not.
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How does the ebay seller get away with listing 1 year LG warranty, when it's very, very likely they won't honor the warranty as result of it being non-authorized seller.
Because LG doesn't require their TVs be purchased from authorized retailers to honor their warranty.

That said, if you're really concerned about it, you can buy from BuyDig or BeachCamera. I'm pretty sure they're authorized resellers - and even if they're not, many people on SD have confirmed warranty issues with other LG tvs bought from unauthorized retailers have had service done for their TV under warranty.
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I saw them both at BB and I considered LG OLED to be miles ahead of Samsung QLED... but that's just me.
QLED colors looked washed out and unnatural compared to OLED.
I guess everyone has a different idea what TV picture should look like... also depends on your room set up and what not.
I think depends on your room situation.
If you are going to be in Bright rooms, Samsung QLED > LG or Sony OLED.
If you care about sports or games (don't keep the hud up for 18 hours), OLED > QLED (OLED has much better motion interpolation)
If you like Theatre experience and dark rooms, OLED >>>>> QLED
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I think depends on your room situation.
If you are going to be in Bright rooms, Samsung QLED > LG or Sony OLED.
If you care about sports or games (don't keep the hud up for 18 hours), OLED > QLED (OLED has much better motion interpolation)
If you like Theatre experience and dark rooms, OLED >>>>> QLED
yep, I agree with this.
In any case if someone is considering dropping $2k on a TV please go to BB first and see if you actually like it, yes it's different conditions than your living room but still... go see it first in any case.
I did and loved the OLED... my friend liked the QLED better, he said the colors on the OLED were so rich they didn't look real. He's a little weird in general tho.
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Really want the OLED but don't want to go backwards in size... has anyone else reduced size from a 70-75 down to a 65?... Is it worth it?
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This seems like a better deal. Maybe I missed something? http://www.abesofmaine.com/LG_OLE...TV_1034987
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This seems like a better deal. Maybe I missed something? http://www.abesofmaine.com/LG_OLE...TV_1034987 [abesofmaine.com]
Bait & switch. Abe's used to be reputable, but they went bankrupt and the new owners are not.
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