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BuyDig has select LG OLED C2 HDR 4K Smart OLED TV (2022) + 4-Year Damage/Burn-In Protection Warranty + Visa Gift Card (amount varies by model) on sale listed below. Shipping is free.

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  • Note: Visa Gift Card(s) + Extended Warranty will be automatically added to your cart when you add TV; Warranty starts 30 Days after purchase. More info on the warranty here. Visa Gift Card(s) will take 2-4 weeks to be delivered.
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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz Native
  • α9 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K
  • Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG) Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • Dolby Vision IQ
  • G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync Premium
  • Smart Platform: webOS 22
  • VESA Mount Compatibility: 300mm x 200mm
  • Ports:
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    • 1x Digital Optical Audio
    • 1x Ethernet Port
    • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x RS-232
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overdriver10 asked this question on 10-25-2022 at 11:16 PM
10-26-2022 at 07:25 PM
**update** they fixed with $2500, which is exact price of this size.
SmartShoe275 asked this question on 11-09-2022 at 03:58 PM
11-09-2022 at 03:58 PM
I got refunded back to the original payment method a week and a half later. I also called for a price adjust of $100 but didn't get that. they gave me $45 back on that as well
enkpro asked this question on 11-09-2022 at 03:57 PM
11-25-2022 at 06:23 PM
No, this is a newer model
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i am in CA, and talked to buyDig customer support and they said while burn-in is covered, if an issue happens, customer is responsible to ship the tv to service center at their own expense and insurance/serviceCenter will evaluate that case.
i think same applies for NY.
in other states, they would send an engineer to customer's address to verify and check and support.

This sounds like the burn-in warranty is almost pointless in CA/NY then if customer bears shipping cost.

Does anyone have more info on this or any past experiences?
August 26 - SlickDeal posts BuyDig C2 65" $1897 + $175GC
September 20 - SlickDeal posts BuyDig C2 65" $1797 + $175 GC
October 26 - SlickDeal Posts BuyDig C2 65" $1697 + $150 GC.
November 25 (Black Friday)...?


I get that most of the time Black Friday deals are either lower end products or SKUs made cheaply for Black Friday, but at this point you are betting AGAINST the current trend in regular price drops not to expect a $1597 + $150 GC or similar promotion.

At a certain point, waiting for a 65" C2 to get even cheaper may be worth it, but you have to ask yourself, would you say you got $100 worth of value in a single month using the TV?
This could be the deal I've waited for... Decisions decisions. I was looking at the Costco deal for same timeframe ($2500) but its 5yr warranty does not cover burn-in and this includes the extra $175 GC.

I'd be upgrading my 65b7 that has had burn-in twice. First time the panel was replaced under warranty. The second time it is out of warranty and we are just living with it for now.

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"Starts 10/16"?
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"Starts 10/16"?

I typo a lot. TY fixed.
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This could be the deal I've waited for... Decisions decisions. I was looking at the Costco deal for same timeframe ($2500) but its 5yr warranty does not cover burn-in and this includes the extra $175 GC.

I'd be upgrading my 65b7 that has had burn-in twice. First time the panel was replaced under warranty. The second time it is out of warranty and we are just living with it for now.
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Do they actually give you the visa gift card or do they refund that gift card amount back to your original payment? I believe I read somewhere in this forum that they might be refunding that Visa gift card amount back to your original payment method.
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Do they actually give you the visa gift card or do they refund that gift card amount back to your original payment? I believe I read somewhere in this forum that they might be refunding that Visa gift card amount back to your original payment method.
my guess visa, but if they run out, a refund.. and they seemed to be running out of visa'a quite a lot in the past Smilie
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my guess visa, but if they run out, a refund.. and they seemed to be running out of visa'a quite a lot in the past Smilie
I will gladly take a refund. I haven't read through the warranty details- does the warranty cover burn in? Has any one dealt with this warranty company?
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This could be the deal I've waited for... Decisions decisions. I was looking at the Costco deal for same timeframe ($2500) but its 5yr warranty does not cover burn-in and this includes the extra $175 GC.

I'd be upgrading my 65b7 that has had burn-in twice (panel replaced once under warranty, second time out of warranty and we are just living with for now).
I'm basically in your exact same boat. Got caught in a news obsession at the start of the pandemic and have the slightest burn in on my B7 at the bottom of the screen. Really need the 77 for the movie watching space.

I thought the Costco warranty covered burn in?
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I will gladly take a refund. I haven't read through the warranty details- does the warranty cover burn in? Has any one dealt with this warranty company?

it does cover. personally, i have not dealt with it (thankfully)
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does best buy PM buydig? i know they wont PM the GC.
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Dang, better than the Costco deal! Allthe talk of burn in scares me with oleds though
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I'm basically in your exact same boat. Got caught in a news obsession at the start of the pandemic and have the slightest burn in on my B7 at the bottom of the screen. Really need the 77 for the movie watching space.

I thought the Costco warranty covered burn in?
Fellow 65b7 owner here. Waiting on 77G2 to hit the 3100 mark on BB with the 24month 0% financing. 5 year lg warranty makes it easy going with that purchase and the built in atsc 3.0 tuner
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I will gladly take a refund. I haven't read through the warranty details- does the warranty cover burn in? Has any one dealt with this warranty company?
The Costco website doesn't mention burn-in directly, you would have to hope All State considers burn in a manufacture defect, and not wear and tear (which I'm not betting on).
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i am in CA, and talked to buyDig customer support and they said while burn-in is covered, if an issue happens, customer is responsible to ship the tv to service center at their own expense and insurance/serviceCenter will evaluate that case.
i think same applies for NY.
in other states, they would send an engineer to customer's address to verify and check and support.

This sounds like the burn-in warranty is almost pointless in CA/NY then if customer bears shipping cost.

Does anyone have more info on this or any past experiences?
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