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LG OLED55B6V Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, OLED £1,749.00 @ Co Op electricals

£1749.00 @ Co-op Electrical
Seems to be a good deal, going for £1899 in most places Use code: CPTV100 to get it for £1599 +2.3% cash back at TCB = £36.70 Makes the tv: £1563(thanks mmbeak) Update: price has now incre… Read More
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6m, 23h agoFound 6 months, 23 hours ago
Seems to be a good deal, going for £1899 in most places

Use code: CPTV100 to get it for £1599

+2.3% cash back at TCB = £36.70

Makes the tv: £1563(thanks mmbeak)

Update: price has now increased to £1849 minus the £100 so £1749

Cash back amount: £32
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6m, 23h agoFound 6 months, 23 hours ago
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1 Like #1
Up there with the Selfridges deal posted earlier, these are pretty keen prices and I haven't seen them cheaper elsewhere for over a month since I started tracking them. Thanks OP.

It may be a general fall for the B6V though as this is two deals in what, a few hours now. Other stores may follow suit post xmas. I'm tempted to hold out for John Lewis or Richer Sounds though for warranty purposes which is why I passed up on the currys deal posted last week. £1600 is a hell of a lot to drop for just 12 months cover. To state the obvious though, extra warranty can be purchased but that just makes it normal price to everywhere else...
#2
Nice, I'm glad OLED is at a more reasonable price.
1 Like #3
at last it looks likenits going to be 1500 mark

boxing day sales lets hope for below 1500
#4
Got a uh850 but cant help noticing the not so black levels and minor light bleed. Really tempted!
#5
stato
Up there with the Selfridges deal posted earlier, these are pretty keen prices and I haven't seen them cheaper elsewhere for over a month since I started tracking them. Thanks OP.
It may be a general fall for the B6V though as this is two deals in what, a few hours now. Other stores may follow suit post xmas. I'm tempted to hold out for John Lewis or Richer Sounds though for warranty purposes which is why I passed up on the currys deal posted last week. £1600 is a hell of a lot to drop for just 12 months cover. To state the obvious though, extra warranty can be purchased but that just makes it normal price to everywhere else...

Wouldn't John Lewis price match on Currys or Co-Op deals?
#6
have this TV and it is stunning, went from Panasonic plasma to this. just awesome picture quality, sound is reasonable but you really need a proper sound system to do the screen justice.
#7
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
#8
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
I can get now for 1430 but as you say the 1 year warranty is worrying
#9
Great price but add the 5 year warranty on and it's another £201 I'm hoping JL match the earlier Selfridges offer. I have had two TVs go wrong, luckily purchased through JL and sending them back and getting it sorted was a breeze.

You won't regret buying it from the likes of JL or Richer Sounds until it does go wrong, then you'll be saying never again.
#10
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
Or you wait for CES 2017 (5-8 Jan), Sony will launch their OLED lineup with affordable prices according to articles released.
1 Like #11
Yome
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
Or you wait for CES 2017 (5-8 Jan), Sony will launch their OLED lineup with affordable prices according to articles released.

a 49incher would have me reaching for the credit card. can't accommodate a 55-er sadly (well I can, but it would like slightly ludicrous). fingers crossed sony do a smaller one
#12
seanieb87
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
I can get now for 1430 but as you say the 1 year warranty is worrying
How are you getting £1430? Employee benefit?
1 Like #13
ant3000
seanieb87
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
I can get now for 1430 but as you say the 1 year warranty is worrying
How are you getting £1430? Employee benefit?
Yeah extra 10% off. Mrs would kill me though as I not longer ago bought a uh850 but its struggling with dark scenes on daredevil etc
1 Like #14
John lewis price match?
1 Like #15
marks
have this TV and it is stunning, went from Panasonic plasma to this. just awesome picture quality, sound is reasonable but you really need a proper sound system to do the screen justice.
Hmmm been holding back on a new TV for a while as nothing seems to compare to my panny gt60 plamsa .
1 Like #16
idbroadhurst
Yome
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
Or you wait for CES 2017 (5-8 Jan), Sony will launch their OLED lineup with affordable prices according to articles released.
a 49incher would have me reaching for the credit card. can't accommodate a 55-er sadly (well I can, but it would like slightly ludicrous). fingers crossed sony do a smaller one
Rumours are that Sony are just using LG OLED panels, so unless LG produce 49" panels it won't happen.

If the Sony's are going to be affordable then I guess they will use LG 2016 panels, and LG will keep their 2017 panels for themselves which will have higher peak brightness for much better HDR.
#17
Yome
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
Or you wait for CES 2017 (5-8 Jan), Sony will launch their OLED lineup with affordable prices according to articles released.

According to those same articles Sony will 'Announce' their OLED line up at CES but to be 'Released' last quarter of 2017. Until they are in the market don't expect to see massive drops in OLED.

Edited By: slliw on Dec 23, 2016 10:51: typo
#18
colin10086
idbroadhurst
Yome
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
Or you wait for CES 2017 (5-8 Jan), Sony will launch their OLED lineup with affordable prices according to articles released.
a 49incher would have me reaching for the credit card. can't accommodate a 55-er sadly (well I can, but it would like slightly ludicrous). fingers crossed sony do a smaller one
Rumours are that Sony are just using LG OLED panels, so unless LG produce 49" panels it won't happen.
If the Sony's are going to be affordable then I guess they will use LG 2016 panels, and LG will keep their 2017 panels for themselves which will have higher peak brightness for much better HDR.

Good point.... plus they'll no doubt have Andriod TV in them :(. Maybe I can fit a 55er :{
#19
Great tv ! £1600 is too cheap :)
#20
mart321
marks
have this TV and it is stunning, went from Panasonic plasma to this. just awesome picture quality, sound is reasonable but you really need a proper sound system to do the screen justice.
Hmmm been holding back on a new TV for a while as nothing seems to compare to my panny gt60 plamsa .


similar story here. i have the pioneer 507xd plasma and although i have seen led screens display much sharper images unfortunately they simply do not look real. although with oled this might be about to change. i have a samung tab s (oled 8" screen) and i am blown away.....but it is a small screen and what is it going to like on something like 65". the other thing people need to bear in mind is we are not always going to be viewing hd content. so the question is can content from channels like itv2 , quest tv, etc look even worse on these screen..
#21
It's an amazing telly and a great price. Hot Hot HOT!
#22
good find for this tv at this price. but would want a 5 year guarantee spending that kind of money on a tv

Edited By: seebreeze on Dec 23, 2016 11:10
#23
Yome
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
Or you wait for CES 2017 (5-8 Jan), Sony will launch their OLED lineup with affordable prices according to articles released.
Can't remember the last time Sony released anything affordable!
#24
JL just sent me a price match for the Selfridges linky.
#25
idbroadhurst
JL just sent me a price match for the Selfridges linky.
For how much
#26
£1605 inc 5yr warranty
#27
Showing as £1649 for me? Am I missing something?
#28
Price of this TV at the Co-Op has just increased by £50 and JL won't price match the Selfridges as now out of stock as for JL matching the price of this one at the Co-Op they would add the cost of the 5yr Warranty making it more expensive as JL do not take promotion codes into account, it has to be listed price

Edited By: ristac on Dec 23, 2016 12:02
#29
mart321
marks
have this TV and it is stunning, went from Panasonic plasma to this. just awesome picture quality, sound is reasonable but you really need a proper sound system to do the screen justice.
Hmmm been holding back on a new TV for a while as nothing seems to compare to my panny gt60 plamsa .

I got it at a price that was to good to turn down via work and with Sky Q suddenly had more access to UHD content, everything just lined up.
1 Like #30
Just having a rant about John Lewis price match. Sent request in to price match Selfridges offer for this TV and they took 12 hours to respond, in the meantime Selfridges went out of stock. The system is flawed as they can just wait until an offer goes 'out of stock' and then reply just after this. They were also on watchdog the other night regarding people having problems with the price match. I am beginning to wonder if I should buy from them. Rant over...
1 Like #31
Wildchild135
Just having a rant about John Lewis price match. Sent request in to price match Selfridges offer for this TV and they took 12 hours to respond, in the meantime Selfridges went out of stock. The system is flawed as they can just wait until an offer goes 'out of stock' and then reply just after this. They were also on watchdog the other night regarding people having problems with the price match. I am beginning to wonder if I should buy from them. Rant over...

You should have rung them instead. They price match instantly.
#32
puzl
Wildchild135
Just having a rant about John Lewis price match. Sent request in to price match Selfridges offer for this TV and they took 12 hours to respond, in the meantime Selfridges went out of stock. The system is flawed as they can just wait until an offer goes 'out of stock' and then reply just after this. They were also on watchdog the other night regarding people having problems with the price match. I am beginning to wonder if I should buy from them. Rant over...
You should have rung them instead. They price match instantly.

To be honest JL's price match process is inconsistent if they price matched for you over the phone.. I've tried this previously and they have said I need to submit the form and wait for someone to get back to me... I think you were very lucky to get the price match over the phone so well done. I have found that it is better to just buy for the original source if you are getting the same warranty... I think in the case of Selfridges I'd have bought from them (as long as they were offering a 5 year warranty)...

I tried once to price match with Coop but JL refused because the code available was not printed on the website.

Edited By: bauk on Dec 23, 2016 15:11
#33
very tempted. with the £100 off from the voucher code and my 10% employee discount i can get this for £1,575. but the only thing that's stopping me is no 6 year warrany like richers sounds do.
#34
My step daughter purchased this TV from Richer Sounds yesterday, she called them this morning and told them about the price being advertised at Selfridges, they refunded her the difference there and then. Just thought I would share some good customer experience.
#35
JL refused my Selfridges price match as it's now out of stock. Bought it at JL for 1899 on 28/11, hope it drops somewhere else before 28 days has passed....
#36
seanieb87
ant3000
seanieb87
SpamJavelin
Just keeping my fingers crossed for £1500 on Boxing day with 5yr warranty. Too much to hope for?
I can get now for 1430 but as you say the 1 year warranty is worrying
How are you getting £1430? Employee benefit?
Yeah extra 10% off. Mrs would kill me though as I not longer ago bought a uh850 but its struggling with dark scenes on daredevil etc


Don't expect it to be any better than your current TV. I sent one back for this very reason.
#37
Had this TV for few months. Awesome. Got the free year of Sky Q as well.
#38
Showing as £1849.99 and after code £1749.99

Am i doing something wrong?

Edited By: Dinjyo65 on Dec 23, 2016 18:58
#39
Need to amend your TCB calculation OP, as cashback is paid on ex.VAT price.
1 Like #40
Need 65 inch OLED with 5 years warranty at this price :(

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