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55" LG OLED55B8PUA 4K HDR AI Smart OLED HDTV

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five-star-buy via eBay has 55" LG OLED55B8PUA 4K HDR AI Smart OLED HDTV on sale for $999. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • HDR, WiFi + Smart, Dolby Atmos
  • LG ThinQ AI, LG alpha 7 Intelligent Processor
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Audio
    • 1x RS-232C
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Our research indicates that this 55" LG OLED55B8PUA 4K HDR AI Smart OLED HDTV is $150.99 lower (13% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $1,149.99 at the time of this posting. -oceanlake

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Uggg.... thought I saw C8 and got all excited! (since I missed out on the Walmart clearance of them) ... They getting hard to find now (C8 and E8), at a lower price that is, since this years 2019 model has come out (C9 etc).

Good luck to us!
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Uggg.... thought I saw C8 and got all excited! (since I missed out on the Walmart clearance of them) ... They getting hard to find now (C8 and E8), at a lower price that is, since this years 2019 model has come out (C9 etc).

Good luck to us!
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Authorized seller?
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Uggg.... thought I saw C8 and got all excited! (since I missed out on the Walmart clearance of them) ... They getting hard to find now (C8 and E8), at a lower price that is, since this years 2019 model has come out (C9 etc).

Good luck to us!
That deal still isn't dead! Its still working for some. And I think a Round 2 is coming at other Wally stores
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That deal still isn't dead! Its still working for some. And I think a Round 2 is coming at other Wally stores
Possibly, but ALL the stores in a wide area where I'm at, are out! Went to 2 that showed they had them in stock ... nada! Was nice about it, and they even said that they've gotten probably a hundred calls about it, but they don't have them! lol

Wondering if any that show 'retail' price have them, but selling at the lower price? Though again, most show 0 or out of stock. Or show "limited stock" meaning a display model left or none at all (inventory mishap)
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Doesn't matter. Here is the actual warranty that will be included with this TV.

Don't bother showing the world, ignorance in reading comprehension. Its there in legally binding contractual terms - LG does not null your warranty if the TV was bought and used in the USA, as a NEW product. This listing checks off those two qualifiers.

End of story.

Edit: Already a down-vote...lol Some people love to be ignorant.
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Possibly, but ALL the stores in a wide area where I'm at, are out! Went to 2 that showed they had them in stock ... nada! Was nice about it, and they even said that they've gotten probably a hundred calls about it, but they don't have them! lol

Wondering if any that show 'retail' price have them, but selling at the lower price? Though again, most show 0 or out of stock. Or show "limited stock" meaning a display model left or none at all (inventory mishap)
Where I am located, the store inventory is accurate. I have gone to the stores and verified. Send me your zip code and I can try and cast a wider net for you Smilie
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Doesn't matter. Here is the actual warranty that will be included with this TV.

Don't bother showing the world, ignorance in reading comprehension. Its there in legally binding contractual terms - LG does not null your warranty if the TV was bought and used in the USA, as a NEW product. This listing checks off those two qualifiers.

End of story.
Not quite. LG will argue you are not the original "retail purchaser", and the goods may well not be sold in US at the beginning. The burden of proof then falls to your cause you need prove this is bought new in US originally. You can't even prove it's bought new as LG sold the TVs to the importer as "New", being an unauthorized retailers, this re-sell can be considered a pre-owned item sell. That's what most manufacturers cite to refuse to service grey market items since they were originally bought new outside US by someone else. With all this being said lot of times manufacturers will play nice but you are essentially gambling.
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Where I am located, the store inventory is accurate. I have gone to the stores and verified. Send me your zip code and I can try and cast a wider net for you Smilie
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Of course they aren't the "retail purchaser" they are the "wholesale purchaser". The warranty does not say anything about "Grey market" and sorry to tell you, but a refurbished TV from Malaysia would not include a warranty card for a USA address. Also New, pre-owned/open box/refurbished are all semi-legal designations. LG can't change that. New in the USA is new in the USA.

Feel free to live in fear. Just stop trying to convince others not to save money because your wallet hurts when a penny falls out.

Edit: I'm not even gonna include your original quote now since you changed it after reading my reply. Who pays you to try and stop people from buying fancy things they want for the cheapest price possible?
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Grrrr . . . . Tax for me in NY.
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This is solid especially with no tax and if you have the 8% cash back its about another $80 off.
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Anybody have any experience with this seller?
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Of course they aren't the "retail purchaser" they are the "wholesale purchaser". The warranty does not say anything about "Grey market" and sorry to tell you, but a refurbished TV from Malaysia would not include a warranty card for a USA address. Also New, pre-owned/open box/refurbished are all semi-legal designations. LG can't change that. New in the USA is new in the USA.

Feel free to live in fear. Just stop trying to convince others not to save money because your wallet hurts when a penny falls out.
Having a US warranty card has nothing to do with valid US warranty status, as sketchy as that may sound. For example, Nikon has been refusing service US-version products sold by unauthorized dealer for some years (not even possible if you want to pay for service), as they are not sold to consumers by authorized retailers and therefore can't determine if they are sold as new, at least it's in its favor to argue so.

It has nothing to do with fear, it's how things work. Different manufacturers have different attitudes towards grey market products. If you have a legit case/experience claiming warranty to LG US for items sold by unauthorized dealer, show it, otherwise your argument has no edges over me if not worse, to say the least.
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