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LG OLED65C8P 65" 2018 OLED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV ThinQ New $2299

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LG OLED TV with AI (Artificial Intelligence) ThinQ has the Google Assistant built in, so you can control compatible smart home devices using just your voice through the LG Magic Remote. Create a center for your smart home and beyond. Plus it works with Amazon Alexa devices (sold separately).
The α9 Intelligent Processor inside the LG OLED TV with AI ThinQ is the most powerful ever from LG. Developed exclusively for LG OLED TV, the new α9 processor noticeably enhances sharpness and depth while delivering vastly more accurate colors, for the ultimate in picture quality.
Pixel Level Dimming enables each of the 8.3 million individually lit pixels of the LG OLED TV with AI ThinQ to brighten, dim or power off completely, achieving perfect black and displaying a level of picture detail impossible with any other television technology.
4K Cinema HDR on LG OLED TV with AI ThinQ features comprehensive support of major high dynamic range formats including Dolby Vision, as well as HDR10 and HLG, both with LG's advanced tone-mapping technology that provides scene-by-scene optimization.
Dolby Atmos is the same audio technology developed for state-of-the-art cinemas, with immersive sound that appears to come from everywhere, putting you in the middle of all the excitement..Output Power:40W
LG OLED Display uses the latest panels, with brighter, self-illuminating pixels that deliver perfect black and intense color. LG OLED TV with AI ThinQ brings movies, sports, games and more to thrilling new life.
Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB, 1 RF, 1 Composite in, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical, 1 RS232C (Mini Jack) and Audio Return Channel Support via HDMI.

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Is firstclasstvs an authorized seller?
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Is firstclasstvs an authorized seller?
It doesn't matter for the LG warranty as long as the item they ship you is new and untouched. I had very fast shipping with this company the last time this was posted. Took less than a week to get it. It arrived unopened, in new condition.
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It doesn't matter for the LG warranty as long as the item they ship you is new and untouched. I had very fast shipping with this company the last time this was posted. Took less than a week to get it. It arrived unopened, in new condition.
To get the Square Trade four year warranty from Costco, it needs to be from an authorized seller so I will probably go thru Greentoe or Buydig.
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Will not be eligible for those seeking price protection or price rewind.
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Will not be eligible for those seeking price protection or price rewind.
Why it wont?
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Why it wont?
In order to qualify for price protection/rewind/etc you need to purchase the panel from an authorized seller. FirstClassTVs is not an authorized seller. Your best bet is to go through a service like GreenToe.
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In order to qualify for price protection/rewind/etc you need to purchase the panel from an authorized seller. FirstClassTVs is not an authorized seller. Your best bet is to go through a service like GreenToe.
When did Discover start doing this "authorized seller" nonsense? This is news to me . They have given me plenty of approved price protections on big electronics items in the past from sellers that were not authorized.
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When did Discover start doing this "authorized seller" nonsense? This is news to me . They have given me plenty of approved price protections on big electronics items in the past from sellers that were not authorized.
I apologize if my response was incorrect. If this is indeed true, could you cite examples? Us over on the AVS Forums are under the impression that authorized seller requirement was true for all cards, though this may just have been specific to Citi. If this is true, then this would open up more doors for PR before Discover stops it on 10/31.

Thanks in advance!
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When did Discover start doing this "authorized seller" nonsense? This is news to me . They have given me plenty of approved price protections on big electronics items in the past from sellers that were not authorized.
Also, in review of the terms and conditions for Price Rewind, the claims rep may try to deny over item 11 listed below. Now, technically, you are doing a Buy It Now through eBay, so it should not meet the criteria of a 'bid'. Also, you have to watch out for bait and switch with such dealers.

Exclusions and Limitations


The Price Protection program applies only to items purchased and advertised in the United States, or its territories, including Puerto Rico. No benefits will be provided in the event of fraud. In the event that a Cardmember subsequently returns an item that was covered by Price Protection, Discover reserves the right to charge back the amount of the corresponding Price Protection claim amount.

The Price Protection program also does not cover any of the following:


1.Any services including, but not limited to, maintenance or professional advice
2.Any used, rebuilt, remanufactured or second-hand items
3.Consumable and perishable items including, but not limited to, food, fuel, oil, household products and cosmetics
4.Travelers checks, tickets of any kind, jewelry, art objects, negotiable instruments, bullion, rare or precious coins or stamps, antiques, cash or its equivalent
5.Motorized vehicles and their parts including, but not limited to, boats, airplanes, automobiles, trucks and motorcycles; and their parts and accessories including but not limited to tires and batteries
6.Floor models, demonstrator models and one-of-a-kind items
7.Live animals and live plants
8.Negotiated sales, one-of-a kind sales, cash-only sales
9.Close-out/liquidation/going-out-of-business sales but only as they relate to a business (not a particular item) going out of business
10.Employee discounts
11.Items purchased and/or advertised as price quotes or bids from an Internet auction site
12.Computer components including but not limited to external and internal hard drives, CPUs, power supplies, batteries, DVDs, video cassettes, CDs, audio cassettes, printed materials, or any other informational and recreational media
13.Items purchased and/or advertised as buy-one-get-one-free, or where the advertised/purchase price includes free offers or includes a bonus offer
14.Digital downloads including, but not limited to, music, movies, books, mobile apps and eCertificates
15.Gift cards
16.Special discounts offered through a specific retailer membership or rewards program
17.Price differences involving manufacturer or merchant rebates
18.Purchase transactions involving refunds, exchanges, trade-ins, layaways, gift cards, or store credits
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Greentoe accepted a bid for $2299 today
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Now $2249 on eBay via firstclasstvs.
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So can anyone confirm whether or not Chase will do PP on a purchase from eBay? I'm hoping to purchase a C8 before 8/26.
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So can anyone confirm whether or not Chase will do PP on a purchase from eBay? I'm hoping to purchase a C8 before 8/26.
Use Greentoe
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So can anyone confirm whether or not Chase will do PP on a purchase from eBay? I'm hoping to purchase a C8 before 8/26.
I wouldn't gamble with eBay, when Greentoe is confirmed to work with price protection. The retailer will be LG authorized dealer, if it means something to you. My opinion means nothing.
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