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Great price, the 55 has been going around this mark
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I was about to buy LG C9 65" , but what do you think about c9 vs E9 ? Which one is best to pull the trigger on ?
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I was about to buy LG C9 65" , but what do you think about c9 vs E9 ? Which one is best to pull the trigger on ?
E9 is the 'better' model: https://tvscomparison.com/lg-e9-vs-c9/
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Inching ever closer to my target price of $2,000 before discounts (either 10% eBay Bucks or tax-free from shopmyexchange.com).
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I was about to buy LG C9 65" , but what do you think about c9 vs E9 ? Which one is best to pull the trigger on ?
Aren't the speakers the only significant difference between the E and C?
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I was about to buy LG C9 65" , but what do you think about c9 vs E9 ? Which one is best to pull the trigger on ?
Basically the same TV. Minus the glass look on the E series and the better internal speaker. Neither of those things matter to me whatsoever so I saved about $400 and got the C9 from first class tvs via ebay for $1699. It's been amazing so far one month in.
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E9 is the 'better' model: https://tvscomparison.com/lg-e9-vs-c9/
I disagree, with the speaker, the c9 is cleaner when mounted. The speaker and the glass are the only differences
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Basically the same TV. Minus the glass look on the E series and the better internal speaker. Neither of those things matter to me whatsoever so I saved about $400 and got the C9 from first class tvs via ebay for $1699. It's been amazing so far one month in.
Thanks for the reply. Real quick question:

First class offers c9 with :
$1699 + $150 freight insurance + $60 white gloves handling + $150 3years warranty price = $2060 total

Costco :
$2050 + $156 tax + $0 5 years of warranty (free) = $2200 total

I was wondering that is it preferable to go with costco for $150 more since its a retailer and we can return our product within 90days if we don't like it.

Little bit confused to order one of it this weekend. Your suggestion would be really appreciated 😇
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Basically the same TV. Minus the glass look on the E series and the better internal speaker. Neither of those things matter to me whatsoever so I saved about $400 and got the C9 from first class tvs via ebay for $1699. It's been amazing so far one month in.
First class tv from ebay is auth seller?
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First class tv from ebay is auth seller?
They are not (and thats why I am confused to go with them) and they have mentioned under unauthorized dealer list on LG website.
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E9 has glass panel?
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They are not (and thats why I am confused to go with them) and they have mentioned under unauthorized dealer list on LG website.
As mentioned in all of the other LG threads, an authorized dealer is not required for warranty.
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Thanks for the reply. Real quick question:

First class offers c9 with :
$1699 + $150 freight insurance + $60 white gloves handling + $150 3years warranty price = $2060 total

Costco :
$2050 + $156 tax + $0 5 years of warranty (free) = $2200 total

I was wondering that is it preferable to go with costco for $150 more since its a retailer and we can return our product within 90days if we don't like it.

Little bit confused to order one of it this weekend. Your suggestion would be really appreciated 😇
I would definitely go with Costco for this kind of investment
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Thanks for the reply. Real quick question:

First class offers c9 with :
$1699 + $150 freight insurance + $60 white gloves handling + $150 3years warranty price = $2060 total

Costco :
$2050 + $156 tax + $0 5 years of warranty (free) = $2200 total

I was wondering that is it preferable to go with costco for $150 more since its a retailer and we can return our product within 90days if we don't like it.

Little bit confused to order one of it this weekend. Your suggestion would be really appreciated 😇
Go with costco.
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