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I think others have mentioned these TVs from Newegg that there are no returns and exchanges. Heads up all.
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I think others have mentioned these TVs from Newegg that there are no returns and exchanges. Heads up all.
Not even if you received a damaged unit?
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Quote from AndrewL9096 :
I think others have mentioned these TVs from Newegg that there are no returns and exchanges. Heads up all.
It states on the page no returns, but can returned for a replacement within 30 days.
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Not even if you received a damaged unit?
Damaged unit should be covered by either Newegg or the Manufacturer, you have to check on the specific TV size to find out who you have to deal with because that does change based on the TV size. They basically don't want you buy it, use it, then return it and get your money back. I guess Newegg has had one too many people take advantage of the previous return policy on TVs.

https://www.newegg.com/promotions...ex.html#82

https://www.newegg.com/promotions...ex.html#80



Amazon's return policy is more generous although their free return on TV is only mentioned for if it is defective. It's probably cumbersome and pricey to "try" out a TV. Probably should be certain you want the TV before buying one online. A lot of the online stores have similar policies as those two. If you're not sure if you're gonna like the TV, probably best to deal with a local store.
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The Visa GC seems to make this the most killer deal on the LG OLEDC1. I am planning to grab the 65" though I wish I could jump to 77.

Any other things I can do to pull price down anymore before buying?
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Wait for the troll to show up and tell you bought a 77in for $5, 20 years ago. LMAOlaugh out loud
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I went to warranty web page

Consumer Priority Service and it clearly states

What doesn't CPS's TV extended warranty cover?
This warranty does not cover any kind of damage to the TV, the cost of removal or reinstallation, or burn in on the television screen. Stolen TVs are also not covered.

Is this a scam never heard of the comp.
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I'm surprised this hasn't garnered more interest. This seems to be the best C1 77" Superbowl sale I have seen. Anybody know of something better?
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Quote from NadineS7542 :
I went to warranty web page

Consumer Priority Service and it clearly states

What doesn't CPS's TV extended warranty cover?
This warranty does not cover any kind of damage to the TV, the cost of removal or reinstallation, or burn in on the television screen. Stolen TVs are also not covered.

Is this a scam never heard of the comp.
Extended warranties are only going to get worse. I just got screwed over by Best Buy on one. I guess if they are thrown in the deal that's great, but I wouldn't pay or assign "deal" any value to them.
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I'm surprised this hasn't garnered more interest. This seems to be the best C1 77" Superbowl sale I have seen. Anybody know of something better?
Looks like every other sale. Rather get it from Costco personally. When 77" goes below $2500 people will flock to it.
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Extended warranties are only going to get worse. I just got screwed over by Best Buy on one. I guess if they are thrown in the deal that's great, but I wouldn't pay or assign "deal" any value to them.
Extended warranties, in general, have always been and will always be a losing proposition. Overall, warranties pay out approx 30 cents on the dollar paid. Obviously it varies based on the product, but in general when companies sell warranties, 30% of the money you pay goes to pay out warranty claims, another 30% goes to administrative and overhead expenses of the warranty company, and 40% goes straight into their pocket as profit. As much as it would suck to spend $2500 on a new TV and have it die 3 years later, if you extend that logic out and buy warranties for all your stuff (cell phones, TVs, laptops, cars, etc.) you are essentially guaranteed to lose money compared to just repairing and replacing stuff that breaks.

Smart money motto in life: insure only the things you can't afford not to (health, car, and term life insurance). Everything else, roll the dice!

if you think this is a great deal without the warranty, then go for it. But don't assign much value to it or use it as a way to justify purchasing it.
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Buying from Newegg is a nightmare if you ever have any issues and need support in returns or exchanges. I personally will almost never purchase such items from Newegg.
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I guess it has been a while since i bought form Newegg, some years ago never really had an issue, but then again i never dealt with returns either.
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Looks like every other sale. Rather get it from Costco personally. When 77" goes below $2500 people will flock to it.
Does it? I see the Costco sale puts it at $2,899. This is $2,899 - $250 gift card. Maybe I am missing other sales.
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