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LG Gram 17 in. Laptop, 10th Gen Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, $1099.99 starts October 28th

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I've seen this model for $1250 at Costco before ($250 off) but never $400 off. This is super light and not much bigger than a 15.5" when closed.

The sale STARTS October 28th.

https://www.costco.com/lg-gram-17...36334.html

Processor & Memory:

10th Gen Intel® Core i7-1065G7 Processor 1.3GHz

16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM


Drives:

512GB NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive

No Optical Drive


Operating System:

Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64-bit)


Communications:

Integrated HD Webcam

Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX201 WLAN 2x2 + Bluetooth 5.0


Audio

2x 1.5W Stereo Speakers


Graphics & Video:

17" IPS LCD WQXGA (2560 x 1600) Display

Intel® Iris® Plus Graphics


Keyboard:

Backlit Keyboard

Fingerprint ID


Ports & Slots:

1x USB 3.1 Type-C

3x USB 3.1

1x HDMI

1x Headphone-out

1x RJ-45

1x Micro SD


Power Supply:

2-Cell 80 WHr Battery (Up to 17 Hours)


Additional Information:

Dimensions: 15.0" x 10.3" x 0.7"

Approximate Weight: 2.98lbs
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As always with Costco, you get 2 years of warranty coverage plus 90 days to return. If you have an executive account, you earn 2%. With the Costco Visa card, you get an additional 2% plus 2 more years of warranty coverage.
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Coworker purchased it for $1250 2 months ago, wonder if they'll price adjust? Site says it has to be within 30 days, but I know Costco has great CS.
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Coworker purchased it for $1250 2 months ago, wonder if they'll price adjust? Site says it has to be within 30 days, but I know Costco has great CS.
From previous experiences Costco doesn't really do price adjustments that often. They usually have me return/rebuy for the discount. I don't know if that would be the same for the laptop.
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The specs are good.
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From previous experiences Costco doesn't really do price adjustments that often. They usually have me return/rebuy for the discount. I don't know if that would be the same for the laptop.
Are you returning and rebuying the same (potentially used?) item when you do it? Costco still accepts returns on used electronics within 90 days? Dang, but if that's the only route, I'll let them know. If you're returning your old item and repurchasing the same item (new) at the lower cost, that seems like a waste on Costco's end, now they're stuck with a used item, instead of just adjusting the price.


Also to OP, where did you find out about this? Is there a new Costco savings book out?
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This doesn't have a touchscreen right?
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This doesn't have a touchscreen right?
Correct, only the smaller screens have touch.
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Are you returning and rebuying the same (potentially used?) item when you do it? Costco still accepts returns on used electronics within 90 days? Dang, but if that's the only route, I'll let them know. If you're returning your old item and repurchasing the same item (new) at the lower cost, that seems like a waste on Costco's end, now they're stuck with a used item, instead of just adjusting the price.


Also to OP, where did you find out about this? Is there a new Costco savings book out?
Pretty much when you do this (return/rebuy) the warranty counts from original date of purchase so keep that in mind if you keep the SAME item.
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Pretty much when you do this (return/rebuy) the warranty counts from original date of purchase so keep that in mind if you keep the SAME item.
Thanks, shouldn't be too much of an issue since it's still relatively new.
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Are you returning and rebuying the same (potentially used?) item when you do it? Costco still accepts returns on used electronics within 90 days? Dang, but if that's the only route, I'll let them know. If you're returning your old item and repurchasing the same item (new) at the lower cost, that seems like a waste on Costco's end, now they're stuck with a used item, instead of just adjusting the price.


Also to OP, where did you find out about this? Is there a new Costco savings book out?
I wonder if you could just purchase a new one and return it with the old receipt? This should work if there's no serial number on the receipt
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Good deal given specs. This will let you surf internet without lag 🤣
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I wonder if you could just purchase a new one and return it with the old receipt? This should work if there's no serial number on the receipt
If it's true that Costco is unlikely to price adjust, that seems pretty silly given the 90 day return policy on electronics. Worse case scenario is doing what was stated above and just doing a return and rebuy, instead of doing what you stated, which is a bit more cumbersome.
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