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Costco Members: 77" LG OLED77CXAUA 4K OLED TV + $100 Hulu eGift Code & More EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for Costco Members: 77" LG OLED77CXAUA 4K OLED TV + $100 Hulu eGift Code + $100 Allstate Protection Plan Bundle on sale for $3049.99. To receive your LG XBOOM Go PL5 Speaker, follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is free (delivery only; setup and installation is not include).

Note, the $100 Allstate Plan and $100 Hulu Code will be automatically added to your cart. 

Thanks to community member HarleyF150 for finding this deal.

Specs/Key Features
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native) OLED Motion Pro
  • Processor: α9 Gen 3 Processor 4K
  • HDR: Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • Free Sync / G-Sync Compatible
  • Smart Platform: webOS
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x RF/Cable
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RS-232C
    • 1x Digital Audio Output
    • 1x Headphone Out
Deal Instructions
  1. Purchase 77" LG OLED77CXAUA 4K OLED TV through Costco
  2. After purchase, go to the online promotion form
    • Note: You will need the TV serial number and proof of purchase for your submission
  3. Submit your information
  4. Please allow 6-12 weeks from the date of validation of the claim for processing

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About this deal:
  • For LG XBOOM GO PL5 Speaker promotion, online submissions must be received by 11:59 PM Pacific Time on June 22, 2021
  • Promotion eligible for TVs purchased between 4/1/21 - 5/23/21
  • Receive a $100 Hulu credit with the purchase of this 77" LG OLED77CXAUA 4K OLED TV. After purchasing and receiving your TV, please visit www.getbonusrewards.com and enter applicable information to receive your code. Limit 1 code per eligible LG TV purchase. Code must be redeemed by 12/31/21.
  • Offer valid through 6/20/21 or while supplies last
  • Item will arrive approx. 7-10 business days from time of order
  • For Allstate plan information refer to the product page here.
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New price on This TV is now $2949.99! As they try to clear out inventory price should continue to drop. Best Buy and Amazon have matched.

Looks to be a new price drop on the 77" LG CX OLED. Sale price is currently $3049.99. If you've been waiting to pull the trigger on this model, brand new, now's the time! Also includes $100 Hulu credit, $100 Allstate warranty coverage, and qualification to receive the LG XBoom speaker free after purchase.

https://www.costco.com/lg-77%22-c...57275.html

Available at Best Buy for the same price in case you have the credit card, or spare credit. Their warranty also covers burn-in.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-7...Id=6401914

Here is a link to the LG XBoom promotion with purchase of qualifying OLED TV:

https://lgtvpromotion.com
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My apologies!! As big a fan of Costco, I have always stuck with buying big purchases from them. But, I truly believe the All state Costco insurance is absolutely useless since it doesn't cover accidents. I got the Cx 4 months back and let me tell you Oled screens are lot more fragile then regular LEDs. Something hit the TV when moving and it got a tiny crack ( hardly 1mm). I had just completed 3 months and neither Costco nor LG were willing to help. Oled's don't even start once this happens, unlike LEDs. So if you have an option, I highly recommend you buy from Best Buy or anywhere else with 'Accident Protection'. That really is the best you can do for such a large investment. Because replacing the screen by yourself is more expensive that buying the TV itself.
Not quite sold on it just yet. It needs to hit at atleast 2800 to get me hooked.
it's literally the first result on google if you search for what you've already been told

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Same price on amazon as well https://www.amazon.com/LG-OLED77C...B0829RYR8L
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Sony OLED? Which model? The new A90
I believe it's both models. Someone on Reddit mentioned they bought the new A80J OLED from Costco.
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Sony OLED? Which model? The new A90

The only one listed on the Costco website is the 65" A80J. It's actually sort of surprising they have that since it just came out, they still don't have any of the new LG's.
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Sony OLED? Which model? The new A90
So far I only seen A80CJ Series in store and online. Hope they get the 90 soon. But tv looks amazing and has hdmi 2.1 for gamers.
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Not quite sold on it just yet. It needs to hit at atleast 2800 to get me hooked.
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I believe it's both models. Someone on Reddit mentioned they bought the new A80J OLED from Costco.
I only see that one online and saw it in store as well. Looks pretty good. 2499 including Allstate protection plan. Because so new I don't expect any good deals till Black Friday. IMO
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Still not cheap enough.
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My apologies!! As big a fan of Costco, I have always stuck with buying big purchases from them. But, I truly believe the All state Costco insurance is absolutely useless since it doesn't cover accidents. I got the Cx 4 months back and let me tell you Oled screens are lot more fragile then regular LEDs. Something hit the TV when moving and it got a tiny crack ( hardly 1mm). I had just completed 3 months and neither Costco nor LG were willing to help. Oled's don't even start once this happens, unlike LEDs. So if you have an option, I highly recommend you buy from Best Buy or anywhere else with 'Accident Protection'. That really is the best you can do for such a large investment. Because replacing the screen by yourself is more expensive that buying the TV itself.
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The toe has the tv on back order so they are not accepting offers.
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What's the link? I can't find it.
it's literally the first result on google if you search for what you've already been told
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My apologies!! As big a fan of Costco, I have always stuck with buying big purchases from them. But, I truly believe the All state Costco insurance is absolutely useless since it doesn't cover accidents. I got the Cx 4 months back and let me tell you Oled screens are lot more fragile then regular LEDs. Something hit the TV when moving and it got a tiny crack ( hardly 1mm). I had just completed 3 months and neither Costco nor LG were willing to help. Oled's don't even start once this happens, unlike LEDs. So if you have an option, I highly recommend you buy from Best Buy or anywhere else with 'Accident Protection'. That really is the best you can do for such a large investment. Because replacing the screen by yourself is more expensive that buying the TV itself.
Best Buy warranty covers burn in. But runs about 500 extra for tv this price and doesn't cover accidents.
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Thanks OP.. had a friend who bought it just over a week ago for $3249... asked him to price adjust!
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