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LG OLED65C9P 65" 4K HDR Smart AI OLED TV w/ ThinQ - OLED65C9PUA (2019 model) - $1799

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LG OLED65C9P 65" 4K HDR Smart AI OLED TV w/ ThinQ - OLED65C9PUA (2019 model) / Free shipping and No tax!

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FWIW (from looking into the seller):

[source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp....lg_65_b7/]

They are evidently a part of iElectrica. Another legit Ebay seller. Not authorized dealers but that doesn't matter as LG honors their factory warranty regardless. If you wanted an extended warranty however you would have to get it through this Ebay seller directly(they usually sell Square Trade warranties.) Here's a testimonial from a buyer on Slickdeals:

I ordered the oled65e7p as soon as I got the Slickdeals Alert today. Interestingly, my payment confirmation email came back showing I paid to "iElectrica". I'm guessing the "Firstclasstvs" is a part of "iElectrica" by the looks of it. If so, the seller should be legit based on the track record for "iElectrica". Hope this helps those who are sitting on the fence and wondering if you should pull the trigger. $2,599.00 with no tax and free shipping is the best deal I've seen to date. I feel good about the purchase.
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One of the reviews on that page says the shipping took longer than expected. Anybody know what kind of time we're talking about?
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It is charging me 6% tax in Florida
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https://www.sitejabber.com/review...asstvs.com

5 stars

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3 stars

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2 stars

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1 star

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Most recent review says ""16 days and I still have no television"

9/26/19

Do not waste your time or money with this company.

Horrible service!

They cant even tell me where the television is."

With that being said, I'm tempted on this deal!
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It is charging me 6% tax in Florida
Maybe they're based out of Florida? I'm in NY and there was no tax charge on the checkout page and NY always gets taxed.
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Same here. They did not charge me tax when I bought it last month. Also I received my TV in a week

I live in LA
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Pulled the trigger, let's see how this goes
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Pulled the trigger, let's see how this goes
Please post back with your experience and shipping time to Washington state, I'm assuming. Smilie
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Please post back with your experience and shipping time to Washington state, I'm assuming. Smilie
Will do, yes WA
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I ordered this when it was $1899 on Sun. Sep 23rd received ship confirm Sept 24th from California. I live in Denver. Received delivery scheduling call/text/email all three on Oct 4th, delivery window 8:00 -1200 Monday Oct 7th. Guys came, opened undamaged new box , placed in basement, plugged it in, turned it on for me to check. Perfect brand new LgOLED65C9P with 0 hours. It is a great deal!
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FWIW (from looking into the seller): [source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp....lg_65_b7/] They are evidently a part of iElectrica. Another legit Ebay seller. Not authorized dealers but that doesn't matter as LG honors their factory warranty regardless. If you wanted an extended warranty however you would have to get it through this Ebay seller directly(they usually sell Square Trade warranties.) Here's a testimonial from a buyer on Slickdeals: I ordered the oled65e7p as soon as I got the Slickdeals Alert today. Interestingly, my payment confirmation email came back showing I paid to "iElectrica". I'm guessing the "Firstclasstvs" is a part of "iElectrica" by the looks of it. If so, the seller should be legit based on the track record for "iElectrica". Hope this helps those who are sitting on the fence and wondering if you should pull the trigger. $2,599.00 with no tax and free shipping is the best deal I've seen to date. I feel good about the purchase.
I see SD'ers state LG honors the warranty from unauthorized dealers, but it's unclear to me of their source. Is it through personal experience or some review/feedback site(s) about the company? I don't see any detail on the experience.

https://www.lg.com/us/authorizedd..._retailers

LG clearly list First Class TVs and Ielectrica as unauthorized LG TV dealers on their website. I don't have much experience with warranties. Does LG ask where you buy from or unique product ID that may indicate the seller, and not verify?

I want to be excited about this deal, but due to my personal skepticism about LG honoring the warranty from an unauthorized dealer, I'm leaning on passing. If it were a cheaper product and not a big ticket item like a TV, I wouldn't care so much.
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I ordered this when it was $1899 on Sun. Sep 23rd received ship confirm Sept 24th from California. I live in Denver. Received delivery scheduling call/text/email all three on Oct 4th, delivery window 8:00 -1200 Monday Oct 7th. Guys came, opened undamaged new box , placed in basement, plugged it in, turned it on for me to check. Perfect brand new LgOLED65C9P with 0 hours. It is a great deal!
fedex did all that?
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Just picked up two of these. Fingers crossed everything goes smoothly!
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I see SD'ers state LG honors the warranty from unauthorized dealers, but it's unclear to me of their source. Is it through personal experience or some review/feedback site(s) about the company? I don't see any detail on the experience.

https://www.lg.com/us/authorizedd..._retailers

LG clearly list First Class TVs and Ielectrica as unauthorized LG TV dealers on their website. I don't have much experience with warranties. Does LG ask where you buy from or unique product ID that may indicate the seller, and not verify?

I want to be excited about this deal, but due to my personal skepticism about LG honoring the warranty from an unauthorized dealer, I'm leaning on passing. If it were a cheaper product and not a big ticket item like a TV, I wouldn't care so much.
The LG website seems to contradict itself though. In one place it says :

"LG Electronics Inc. only provides warranty services for products purchased from Authorized Resellers"

Then later it says:

"Products purchased from retailers not authorized by LG may not be eligible for warranty.."


I wonder why they say "may not" instead of "will not"? Seems to open up the possibility they will provide warranty service from an unauthorized seller.
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