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LG 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) 4K Ultra HD OLED TV Model OLED55C9AUA + Free S&H + 3 Year Square Trade Warranty free $1574.99

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LG 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) 4K Ultra HD OLED TV
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Model OLED55C9AUA
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Purchase 3 Year SquareTrade Warranty ($99.99) and OLED TV, Receive $100 Off Total Purchase
A9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
4K Cinema HDR with Dolby Vision
Dolby Atmos Audio
Google Assistant and Alexa Built-In

https://www.costco.com/LG-55%22-C...88689.html


Remember Costo gives two year warranty / concierge service + 3 years free Square Trade and if you have the Costco Visa card you get an additional 2 years, so 7 year warranty total!
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Does the warranty cover burn ins?
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Does the warranty cover burn ins?
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$1575 + tax = $1685 for a 55" OLED. Even with the included warranty, this is a bad deal. You can find a 2018 55" C8 for <$1000. A 2019 C9 plus square trade warranty is not worth an extra $700.
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Just FYI They have a great deal on c8 as well. They have been discontinued and a lot of warehouses marked them 999.97 to 1299.97. Varies by location. Warehouse only.
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I think I would rather hold out for a 65 inch that might be a lower model number but cheaper. I keep going back between the 55 and 65 inch so I feel like I will regret getting a 55 inch,
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I think I would rather hold out for a 65 inch that might be a lower model number but cheaper. I keep going back between the 55 and 65 inch so I feel like I will regret getting a 55 inch,
There is a front page deal for a 65" C8 that is $80 cheaper than this 55" C9.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13203232-65-lg-oled65c8pua-4k-uhd-hdr-oled-smart-tv-1599-free-s-h?src=frontpage
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I think I would rather hold out for a 65 inch that might be a lower model number but cheaper. I keep going back between the 55 and 65 inch so I feel like I will regret getting a 55 inch,
You well once you had a 65 it's really hard to go back into a 55.
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I'm hoping they'll give me the $175 at the warehouse today. I was already heading to Costco to pick up this TV.
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As someone who has tracked the LG OLED sets from the C7 initial release to the C9's release I can say that neither the C7 or C8 had such a significant price drop from their initial MSRP prices this quickly after they were released. It is because of competition and that's a good thing, as LG is being more aggressive with their marketing, and prices.

When the 55" C7 and C8 debuted in March/April of 2017 and 2018 they had an MSRP of $3500. The C9 which is a better television than the previous models which is understandable had an MSRP earlier this year in March/April when it was released for $2500. The C7 and C8 didn't see significant price drops or even really good sale prices until the Black Friday sales each year. The C8 55" hit $1799.99 in October of last year so nearly half MSRP once it had been out for six months which as most people would agree is one of the few times during a year that is the time for a new TV (Superbowl time is another). The later we get in a year, and at the beginning of the following year, retailers want to move their inventory because the CES show in January is where the new models get announced.

The Costco C9 55" deal hitting under $1600 is a great price point, the extra added warranty an added bonus indeed. For those who don't care about the added features, etc, I would agree with the others here who have mentioned the C8, that too is a great television and if you can get that in the $1000-$1200 price point that a person should consider especially if money is a factor.

But we are still nearly five months until Black Friday and the C9 can be found for nearly $1000 off MSRP, and it's only been on the market for less than four months. For those who want a television, do a comparison between the C9 and C8, if the C8 is in your budget, go with that. If you are holding out longer like me, wait until Black Friday this year, I would not be surprised if the C9 55" (and the other sizes) come down to around the $1300-$1500 price point.

I may wait for the C10 announcement at CES early next year and see what that has compared to the C9, ultimately a person needs to pull the trigger per say since a new model is always on the horizon. But if the C10 doesn't impress me enough over the C9, at that time retailers will be wanting to move the C9's to make room for the C10's.

Now if only Panasonic would return to North America, I have heard amazingly wonderful things about their OLED sets, despite using LG panels.
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