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While the 65" OLEDs have reached "somewhat affordable" range for quite some time now, the 77" models have remained preposterously expensive, hovering around 5 digits until recently. This is still much higher than I'm willing to go. But by far the cheapest I've seen the 77" OLED from a reasonably reputable dealer (though no personal experience--just seen reports from other deals that First Class TVs is OK). My guess is BF will see prices around $5k for the 77" model. But if patience is not your virtue, may be a good enough price to grab one now.

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Good to see the prices hit this point. Still too high for me too but sub 5k becomes tempting.
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black friday 2019 will be
2019 lol
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Re-doing my basement and need something 77" or larger for the showcase piece on the media wall. I can't seem to find any good alert deals or sites where greater than 75" TVs ever get clearanced or on sale. You KNOW that they must clear out inventory on these at LG and Sony end of the seasons but hard to find alerts for these large TVs.

Agreed though, if this gets to 5k, I'd jump on it. Love my OLED65C7 65" I got this last January.
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I think first class tv is a bait and switch type of website correct?
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I think first class tv is a bait and switch type of website correct?
From what I can tell, the website is iffy but through ebay they have a 100% positive rating.
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No HDMI 2.1
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No HDMI 2.1

So...exactly like every other 2018 model then.

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/h...194520.htm
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No need to upgrade TV since no HDMI 2.1. I'd wait until next year when 2.1 TVs are released.
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in for 2. thanks OP.
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I think first class tv is a bait and switch type of website correct?
Wrong.. they are legit. I got the 65 OLED 2016 3D from them in brand new condition. They don't charge tax to CA which is a huge plus for me. Peace
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This will fit nicely in my master bath.
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So...exactly like every other 2018 model then.

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/h...194520.htm
Of course, if they gave us 2.1 now, they wouldn't have anything to give us in 2019
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I think first class tv is a bait and switch type of website correct?
They are not a bait and switch site and although not authorized by LG they are totally legit. I bought my OLED65E6P from them about a year and a half ago when they were known as iElectrica on eBay.

Absolutely flawless purchase experience and the best price anywhere, plus I was able to submit the Citi price rewind for the max $500 price protection at the time for an amazing slick deal. About the only deals I've seen that are comparable, if not better are when BuyDig and Beach Camera (also Fry's from time to time) run specials on the LG OLEDs and many give them the nod since they are authorized.
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