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LG OLED55B6V 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £1,551.83 Littlewoods

£1551.83 @ Littlewoods
List price £2299 10% discount applied with the new customer code KTNKQ. £2069 new price. Add to account as BNPL (I was given £3000 limit) YOU MUST CHOOSE over 104 or 156 weeks. 104 is best. ht…
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
List price £2299
10% discount applied with the new customer code KTNKQ.
£2069 new price.
Add to account as BNPL (I was given £3000 limit)
YOU MUST CHOOSE over 104 or 156 weeks. 104 is best.
http://www.littlewoods.com/e/promo/electricals-all-credit-account.end
25% of £2069 credited to account by 21 November.
Leaves £1551 to pay over next 12 months.

I have it CONFIRMED IN EMAIL FROM LITTLEWOODS that this is all correct.

Also for a lower price: (effective £550)

http://www.littlewoods.com/samsung-ue55ku6400-55-inch-ultra-hd-smart-freeview-hd-led-tv/1600078934.prd

I am aware this will be voted cold as it is Littlewoods, but if you intend to pay off the balance quickly like me, it's amazing value.

*If you can't pay within 12 months, don't order, or interest will apply!!*
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#1
I posted a deal for the Xbox one on the bnpl 25% credit back but people are adding vouchers on top etc... but in the terms it states 'This credit to account promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer'

Another problem is when you add an item on to bnpl it almost doubles the price and not everyone will get that much as a new customer.

Edited By: AJ92 on Oct 14, 2016 08:27
1 Like #2
Great deal.

It's a shame as I'm after the 65 inch and the price doesn't work out so great for that.
1 Like #3
I was all for OLED until I read about issues with HDR compared to LCD panels. OLED panels can't compete with LCD ones on shadow detail or brightness. Of course there are backlight uniformity issues with LCD but Samsung and Panasonic seem to have found a way around this. Arrgghh! I can't decide what TV to buy in a couple of years time! ;) #firstworldproblems
#4
AJ92
I posted a deal for the Xbox one on the bnpl 25% credit back but people are adding vouchers on top etc... but in the terms it states 'This credit to account promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer'
Another problem is when you add an item on to bnpl it almost doubles the price and not everyone will get that much as a new customer.


The offers can 100% be used together. I confirmed this with their support team and have it in writing.

They are separate offers.

When I added the item to BNPL, if I selected weeks ranging from 52-104 weeks, the interest was not added to the account before. Only if I selected 156 weeks.

This is £700 cheaper than anywhere else online, so it can't be bad.

Although I appreciate it will not work for everyone.

This one is also amazing value, at £550!
http://www.littlewoods.com/samsung-ue55ku6400-55-inch-ultra-hd-smart-freeview-hd-led-tv/1600078934.prd
1 Like #5
Also, 2% Quidco or 2.2% TCB.
1 Like #6
You also need to bare in mind the credit must include the total if you don't pay in 12 months. I bought a £50 football shirt and if i dont clear in 12 months i pay £122. What was the overall amount on BNPL?
2 Likes #7
SpikedJuice
I was all for OLED until I read about issues with HDR compared to LCD panels. OLED panels can't compete with LCD ones on shadow detail or brightness. Of course there are backlight uniformity issues with LCD but Samsung and Panasonic seem to have found a way around this. Arrgghh! I can't decide what TV to buy in a couple of years time! ;) #firstworldproblems

Be very careful with brightness and LCD panels. Yes, they can go brighter than OLED but this is at the expense of black levels. Going bright is all well and good for the 1st half an hour but your eyes get tired and you end up having to turn the brightness down. Its at this point you realise in the battle between black levels and white levels, black levels win, i.e. Plasma/OLED.
#8
It mentions that the 25% will be applied as credit? I just wondered if this is credit added to the account to spend at a later date (i.e. you effectively pay full price for the TV but have £517 available in your account to spend on other items) or whether the "credit" is removed from the overall cost of the TV? (i.e. outstanding balance on the account?)


Edited By: ant3000 on Oct 14, 2016 11:14
#9
Just to let know - This doesn't work - I tried and spoke to three people at Littlewoods... They will decline the offer afterwards they told me (they declined mine) - She said if the OP got the deal it's a glitch in the system and will probably be spotted at some point - If not - Awesome - Buy yeah :( The 10% deal still applies but if your credit is £3000 which all new accounts will be the 25% is not going to happen as the total credit with interest would be over £4000 so their computer says no. What I shame.. I was well impressed if it was possible..
#10
PS - If you can show a screen grab of your email (with your deets covered up for privacy of course) that would really help people trying to get the deal...
#11
Order Total: £4,309.28

Sorry, this order has been declined

:(
#12
Masteryates
SpikedJuice
I was all for OLED until I read about issues with HDR compared to LCD panels. OLED panels can't compete with LCD ones on shadow detail or brightness. Of course there are backlight uniformity issues with LCD but Samsung and Panasonic seem to have found a way around this. Arrgghh! I can't decide what TV to buy in a couple of years time! ;) #firstworldproblems
Be very careful with brightness and LCD panels. Yes, they can go brighter than OLED but this is at the expense of black levels. Going bright is all well and good for the 1st half an hour but your eyes get tired and you end up having to turn the brightness down. Its at this point you realise in the battle between black levels and white levels, black levels win, i.e. Plasma/OLED.
I'm not aiming to wear shades in my living room with the TV on! 8);) Here's an HDTV shootout featuring the LG OLED65E6, brother to the TV in this deal (LG actually state there's little to no difference in picture quality between the two). It gives some indication of how LCD panels compare to OLED for HDR.

EDIT: Forgot to put the link in!

Edited By: SpikedJuice on Oct 14, 2016 11:54
#13
I'm trying to register but it's saying my credit limit is £600 before I even finish registering, am I doing something wrong?
#14
SpikedJuice
Masteryates
SpikedJuice
I was all for OLED until I read about issues with HDR compared to LCD panels. OLED panels can't compete with LCD ones on shadow detail or brightness. Of course there are backlight uniformity issues with LCD but Samsung and Panasonic seem to have found a way around this. Arrgghh! I can't decide what TV to buy in a couple of years time! ;) #firstworldproblems
Be very careful with brightness and LCD panels. Yes, they can go brighter than OLED but this is at the expense of black levels. Going bright is all well and good for the 1st half an hour but your eyes get tired and you end up having to turn the brightness down. Its at this point you realise in the battle between black levels and white levels, black levels win, i.e. Plasma/OLED.
I'm not aiming to wear shades in my living room with the TV on! 8);) Here's an HDTV shootout featuring the LG OLED65E6, brother to the TV in this deal (LG actually state there's little to no difference in picture quality between the two). It gives some indication of how LCD panels compare to OLED for HDR.
EDIT: Forgot to put the link in!

I think what I'm saying is don't believe the reviews and talk of maximum nit levels. There is a huge difference between some review saying a TV has the best brightness and your eyes trying to live with that brightness for longer than half an hour.

It's only when you have a TV in your living room with your lighting levels that you will know if its up to the job irrespective of what any review says.
1 Like #15
Yeah be warned here peeps - I've now created a Littlewoods account with a £3000 limit I don't really want to use - Like I say Danny could well have an email that will help anyone out trying to get the same deal. But I've spoken to so many people in customer services and they all sing the same song...
#16
TheRoverdog1974
Yeah be warned here peeps - I've now created a Littlewoods account with a £3000 limit I don't really want to use - Like I say Danny could well have an email that will help anyone out trying to get the same deal. But I've spoken to so many people in customer services and they all sing the same song...

Any idea why it's only giving me £600?

I altered income details significantly and still only £600.

Been waiting for this tv to fall to £1500 before I buy it, was planning to wait till next year when the new model comes out then buy this one at a discount.
#17
Like the iphone7 the samsung TV has no headphone socket - annoying as we use that a lot.
#18
dannyiddo
AJ92
I posted a deal for the Xbox one on the bnpl 25% credit back but people are adding vouchers on top etc... but in the terms it states 'This credit to account promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer'
Another problem is when you add an item on to bnpl it almost doubles the price and not everyone will get that much as a new customer.
The offers can 100% be used together. I confirmed this with their support team and have it in writing.
They are separate offers.
When I added the item to BNPL, if I selected weeks ranging from 52-104 weeks, the interest was not added to the account before. Only if I selected 156 weeks.
This is £700 cheaper than anywhere else online, so it can't be bad.
Although I appreciate it will not work for everyone.
This one is also amazing value, at £550!http://www.littlewoods.com/samsung-ue55ku6400-55-inch-ultra-hd-smart-freeview-hd-led-tv/1600078934.prd
"This credit to account promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer............."
#19
If you use "new customer code" then the 25% offer will be disallowed.
#20
"New customers and over 18's only, offer excludes sales lines.........." or they'll get you on this!!
#21
nPromotional offers: The promotional code may only be used once and is subject to status. Returned goods, financial services products and delivery charges will not count towards the value of the order. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount or promotional offer. Promotional codes are codes that enable customers to obtain benefits such as discounts, free delivery and free gifts. These codes are non-transferable so may only be used by the person to whom they are issued and must only be used in accordance with their terms and conditions of use. If you use a promotional code to claim a promotional benefit, you must first check that it was issued to you and that you are eligible to use it. By using it to claim a promotional benefit you will be confirming that:

(i) you are entitled to use the code;
(ii) you meet all the conditions that apply to its use;
(iii) you agree to the terms set out below.

If, before accepting your order, we find that you are not entitled to use the code or do not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reject your order or alternatively process it without the promotional benefit being applied. If, after accepting your order, we find that you were not entitled to use the code or did not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reverse the benefit that you obtained. If you transacted on a cash basis e.g. by debit or credit card, we may take a further payment, equivalent to the value of the benefit obtained, from the card used. If you transacted on a credit basis, the value of the benefit obtained may be charged to your credit account.
#22
bilalha123
TheRoverdog1974
Yeah be warned here peeps - I've now created a Littlewoods account with a £3000 limit I don't really want to use - Like I say Danny could well have an email that will help anyone out trying to get the same deal. But I've spoken to so many people in customer services and they all sing the same song...
Any idea why it's only giving me £600?
I altered income details significantly and still only £600.
Been waiting for this tv to fall to £1500 before I buy it, was planning to wait till next year when the new model comes out then buy this one at a discount.

No idea about credit limits tbf - But I just know the interest at the term end is taken into account and MUST be below £3000 - If the OP has got this through that's awesome.. But I think most (if not all) won't catch that glitch...
#23
"If, before accepting your order, we find that you are not entitled to use the code or do not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reject your order or alternatively process it without the promotional benefit being applied. If, after accepting your order, we find that you were not entitled to use the code or did not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reverse the benefit that you obtained. If you transacted on a cash basis e.g. by debit or credit card, we may take a further payment, equivalent to the value of the benefit obtained, from the card used. If you transacted on a credit basis, the value of the benefit obtained may be charged to your credit account."

That's the ultimate get out jail free card for them...
#24
this is no deal, it should be expired
#25
Question then - if you don't use the 10% discount are you entitled to still have the 25%?

Thanks
#26
Mizza
Question then - if you don't use the 10% discount are you entitled to still have the 25%?
Thanks
maybe.............!
#27
so this deal is dead in the water as it originally was posted? close this as expired as not legit?
#28
maniac618
so this deal is dead in the water as it originally was posted? close this as expired as not legit?

Still works. Confirmed via live chat that I will also get the 25% credit.

Not sure how they can back down. I have emails and screenshots from the live chat.

If you are worried about using both offers, just use the 25% and it's still an amazing price!
#29
So do you add it to your basket then put the code in and select the interest term? Does it then show both discounts?
Thanks
#30
Hello. Did you receive your set for your OP listing or was it cancelled in the end?

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