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LG 65" NANO91 Series with Allstate Protection Plan $950

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This is part of the super bowl promotion, Costco initially listed this TV for $1050 on the flyer, but has reduced $100 across all sizes. This should be the cheapest price seen for this TV.
Promotion starts 1/17.

65" $950
75" $1450
85" $2150

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/nano90​ [rtings.com]

https://www.costco.com/gear-up-fo...-time.html

https://www.costco.com/lg-65%22-c...58593.html
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joeljl520 asked this question on 01-22-2021 at 09:45 AM

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It is 86" and not 85"
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Is this a lot better than the nano81?
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Is this a lot better than the nano81?
FROM RTINGS:
"The LG NANO90/91 is much better the LG NANO81. The NANO90/91 has a native 120Hz refresh rate, a quicker response time, and supports HDMI 2.1 (VRR, ALLM, eARC). It also supports Dolby Vision, has a wider color gamut, better built-in speakers, gets brighter, and can remove 24p judder from any source. On the other hand, the NANO81 has a lower input lag, handles reflections a little better, and has wider viewing angles."
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...1304/11639
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The $100 Hulu promo is still offered (info under "Product Details"). That makes this deal the same as BF 2020.Smilie
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This seems like a nice deal for proper 120hz support. Anyone have experience with this model?
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Lg cx or this and save $1000 🤔
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Been eyeing this TV for a while. Is the only difference between the Nano 90 and 91 the stand? Wonder why those choose this stand which I sort of like better then the spread feet.
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Thoughts compared to the Sony x900h? Seems to be comparable when on sale? I'm looking for a 75"+ and seem to be stuck between these too.
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Lg cx or this and save $1000 🤔
This. I got the cx for 1850 b Friday. There is not enough programs on tv to truly enjoy oled. And also depends on how bright your room is.
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I got this for 949 from Costco before Black Friday (like the week before when they had days of deals or whatever).

I love it and have no regrets not getting another OLED (we have one in another room).
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This or Samsung Q70T...almost same price, your thoughts please
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Do any major retailers like Best Buy price match against Costco - including throwing in the free allstate (or similar) extended warranty bonus? There's no costco near me and already use sam's club for other stuff - but whose TV deals seem to suck
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Do any major retailers like Best Buy price match against Costco - including throwing in the free allstate (or similar) extended warranty bonus? There's no costco near me and already use sam's club for other stuff - but whose TV deals seem to suck
No. Specially the warranty part.
Also what warehouses often do is change the model number. So even though it's the same tv the model might be missing a 0 or a letter.
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Looking for a 75+ Tv in the $2000 price range. This tv is on my radar and strongly considering but the IPS panel is concerning - every other aspect makes me want it. The Vizio P Series Quantum is also on sale at Costco for 1479 (75 inch) so stuck between those two. I wish the X90ch would just go back on sale to make this decision easy for me!
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