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65" LG 65SM8100AUA 4K UHD HDR Nanocell LED Smart TV w/ AI ThinQ + $75 Dell eGC EXPIRED

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Dell Home & Office has 65" LG 65SM8100AUA 4K UHD HDR Nanocell LED Smart TV w/ AI ThinQ (2019) + $75 Dell eGift Card for $749. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Refresh Rate: TruMotion 120Hz (60Hz Native)
  • HDR 10, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), 4K Active HDR
  • 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0
  • Google Assistant, Alexa ready
  • Connectors:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • Composite video/audio input
    • Ethernet
    • Digital audio output (optical)
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The $75 Dell Promo eGift Card is sent via email within 20 days and expires 90 days from issuance. Select American Express cardholders may earn a $120 credit w/ purchase (info here).

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and less for those w/ the $120 off 599+ Amex Offer

$75 Promo GC also avail with:
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75UM6970PUB [dell.com] / $899
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congrats. what are your thoughts on the deal in this thread?
Cool story, Hansel
The difference between this and the 9 series is the refresh rate. This is a native 60hz while the is a native 120 hz. Might be something of interest when watching fast action sports, movies etc.

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Spent a long time window shopping the LG OLEDs, but received an offer I couldn't refuse last week.

BNIB B9 for $900 from a friend.
congrats. what are your thoughts on the deal in this thread?
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The difference between this and the 9 series is the refresh rate. This is a native 60hz while the is a native 120 hz. Might be something of interest when watching fast action sports, movies etc.
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Is this TV a better deal than this one?

https://www.costco.com/lg-60%22-c...72603.html
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Spent a long time window shopping the LG OLEDs, but received an offer I couldn't refuse last week.

BNIB B9 for $900 from a friend.
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Still holding out for a 120Hz refresh rate & extended warranty package. Thanks OP for the post though.
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The difference between this and the 9 series is the refresh rate. This is a native 60hz while the is a native 120 hz. Might be something of interest when watching fast action sports, movies etc.
9-series TVs also have HDMI 2.1 and VRR as compared to their 8-series brethren.
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Dam I need an Amex card to get those deals. I would bite if I had that Frown
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Spent a long time window shopping the LG OLEDs, but received an offer I couldn't refuse last week.

BNIB B9 for $900 from a friend.
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