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Refurbished LG 65" OLED 4K TV (OLED65B7P) $1450.00

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Refurbished LG 65" Class OLED 4K (2160p) HDR Smart LED TV (OLED65B7P) for $1450!

Great deal on the 65" variant of last years extremely popular B7 OLED TV.

With tax, shipping, and a 4-year warranty this can be had for just slightly above $1700 ($1580 if you don't include the warranty).

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Refurb.../732293936
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Plus $49.97 shipping.

Warranty is $91 for 3 years and $124 for 4 years

Wonder what the return policy is for dead pixels

One of the reviews from April says they got it for $1250...

The 55B7A is showing $899 with free shipping - same extended warranty prices
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Refurb.../391157205
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Thanks, I jumped on it. Much of that due to fear of missing out again. Since this is from Walmart, I know I can easily return it if something doesn't look right and there may be a good chance I get a new one at some point in 4 years.

I had my mind set on buying a 4k projector. But everytime I see an OLED, I start thinking different. With buying this one I may be able still get a cheap 4k projector to use in the same space down the road!
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Plus $49.97 shipping.

Warranty is $91 for 3 years and $124 for 4 years

Wonder what the return policy is for dead pixels

One of the reviews from April says they got it for $1250...

The 55B7A is showing $899 with free shipping - same extended warranty prices
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Refurb.../391157205
Thanks, I got a couple shipped to walmart for easy return. Do these still show up broken?
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Thanks, I got a couple shipped to walmart for easy return. Do these still show up broken?
pickup not available on the 65....
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Does their care plan cover burn-in....? I can't tell...
With 'refurbished' OLEDs, does anyone know what the source of the refurbished TVs are....?
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Plus $49.97 shipping.

Warranty is $91 for 3 years and $124 for 4 years

Wonder what the return policy is for dead pixels

One of the reviews from April says they got it for $1250...

The 55B7A is showing $899 with free shipping - same extended warranty prices
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Refurb.../391157205
Thanks for posting this. I didn't even think to look for the 55". I really want a 65", but I just couldn't justify spending almost double for the price. I'm hedging my bets with this Walmart deal. If a better deal comes up for the July 4th sales, I will probably take this one back and get a brand new one instead.
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Does their care plan cover burn-in....? I can't tell...
With 'refurbished' OLEDs, does anyone know what the source of the refurbished TVs are....?
looks like their care plan covers burn in and dead pixel only during the manufacturer period as in the first year. once that time is up then they do not cover the burn in.
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looks like their care plan covers burn in and dead pixel only during the manufacturer period as in the first year. once that time is up then they do not cover the burn in.
I checked with their customer service rep last night, and it all sounded pretty risk free. They said that it's not a manufacturer's warranty, but that if anything comes up within the warranty period (depending on what option you get), then Walmart will take care of it by replacing the unit or fixing it.

I decided to jump on this after missing out on the deal at Dell. Hopefully there is nothing wrong with the unit, but worst case scenario, I can always just return it, so it sounded like it was worth the risk.

I'm also curious to know if this is refurbished by the manufacturer or not, they couldn't answer that question last night.
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Thanks for posting this. I didn't even think to look for the 55". I really want a 65", but I just couldn't justify spending almost double for the price. I'm hedging my bets with this Walmart deal. If a better deal comes up for the July 4th sales, I will probably take this one back and get a brand new one instead.
I have the 55 and still kick myself in the butt for not spending the extra 5-600 for the 65". Initially the quality of the picture just blows you away, but once you've gotten over it, the desire for size and immersion kick in. I sit approximately 8-10 ft away from my TV. Some movies i find myself sitting on the floor just to be closer to the TV to feel more immersed.
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I have the 55 and still kick myself in the butt for not spending the extra 5-600 for the 65". Initially the quality of the picture just blows you away, but once you've gotten over it, the desire for size and immersion kick in. I sit approximately 8-10 ft away from my TV. Some movies i find myself sitting on the floor just to be closer to the TV to feel more immersed.
Do you notice screen tear during fast motion being that close?
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It looks like the price is no longer $1,450.
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Confirmed, up to $1500. With tax and freight shipping, its a meh deal in my book, unless you really need a OLED before fourth of July.

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It looks like the price is no longer $1,450.
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I have the 55 and still kick myself in the butt for not spending the extra 5-600 for the 65". Initially the quality of the picture just blows you away, but once you've gotten over it, the desire for size and immersion kick in. I sit approximately 8-10 ft away from my TV. Some movies i find myself sitting on the floor just to be closer to the TV to feel more immersed.
If this TV was going in my living room, then I'd definitely go for a 65". This TV is for my bedroom wall. I do have room for the 65", but at this time, it's just not worth it for me because I'm mostly going to use it for light movie watching and console gaming.
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Not sure if OLED is good for console if burn in is an issue.

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If this TV was going in my living room, then I'd definitely go for a 65". This TV is for my bedroom wall. I do have room for the 65", but at this time, it's just not worth it for me because I'm mostly going to use it for light movie watching and console gaming.
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