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48" LG OLED48C1PUB OLED TV w/ 4-Year Accidental Warranty Coverage $699 w/ free shipping Refurb

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Honestly at a $100 gap I'd probably go new. I don't think I'd buy an online refurb OLED. We have an open box C1 from Best Buy that was a great deal- only had 15 hours of use when we got it
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Yeah, if you get it at $800 at Costco and flip the $100 streaming credit even at a slight loss, you're pretty close to $700, new unit with full extended warranty.
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Love Costco, but don't want to argue with their staff or warranty provider that my burn in isn't the burn in that is explicitly excluded from the warranty.
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I kind of wonder if I should get the LG C series now or around Black Friday. My deadline is by end of the year to play Final Fantasy 16.
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I kind of wonder if I should get the LG C series now or around Black Friday. My deadline is by end of the year to play Final Fantasy 16.
Since the C2 is out and LG says one is on the way with display port, I'd be eyeballing this in a few months at Black Friday.

Also, if you have to have it now, I'd still rather $100 more on the brand new one over a refurb.
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Honestly at a $100 gap I'd probably go new. I don't think I'd buy an online refurb OLED. We have an open box C1 from Best Buy that was a great deal- only had 15 hours of use when we got it
Heartily agree I got an open box excellent from Best Buy with nary a scratch and only 42 hours on it. Previously I tried a refurb from Buydig and it was junk, with a nice thin white color strip up and down the entire screen.
They either don't check them before they ship them out or are hoping you just keep it to avoid the hassle of a return. Even after offering an extra $50 off to keep and go through manufacturers warranty, I couldn't say "no thanks" fast enough.
Get brand new for $100 bucks more, with Costco streaming credit and warranty it's a worthy upgrade.
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This might be a good gaming monitor but I still can't figure out from the listing what company refurbed this . Was it LG or some unnamed third party. 90 day warranty is pretty skimpy. Not sure it's worth the "savings" over new.
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Heartily agree I got an open box excellent from Best Buy with nary a scratch and only 42 hours on it. Previously I tried a refurb from Buydig and it was junk, with a nice thin white color strip up and down the entire screen.
They either don't check them before they ship them out or are hoping you just keep it to avoid the hassle of a return. Even after offering an extra $50 off to keep and go through manufacturers warranty, I couldn't say "no thanks" fast enough.
Get brand new for $100 bucks more, with Costco streaming credit and warranty it's a worthy upgrade.
Did you buy used in store or online? Were you able to negotiate Price with them? There is a floor model at my store listed in Satisfactory condition and expect that to have probably couple thousand hours.
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If this wasn't a refurb I'd be all in
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If I dont plan to do any gaming on my TV, is there any reaosn to get a C1/C2 over another TV, like the Sony A80J?
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$30 off is front page these days?
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$30 off is front page these days?
Can you find a better deal for this very popular TV?
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If this wasn't a refurb I'd be all in
Amazon had it for $796. If by some chance you have Prime Rewards you get 10% back, making it $720. Amazon also has a $10 promo if you follow 4 steps: stream a movie on Prime, stream a song, make any purchase (you can return it) and read a book. I got my 48 LG C1 for $710 after all was said and done
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I kind of wonder if I should get the LG C series now or around Black Friday. My deadline is by end of the year to play Final Fantasy 16.
My two cents would be now....BF has a tendency to put the bottom tier models on sale vice the good stuff...I'd be betting on a deal on the A1 but not the C1 during BF.
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