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LG B9 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant £1174 @ Currys PC World
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LG B9 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant £1174 @ Currys PC World

£1,174£1,29910%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 19th Oct 2019

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Seems like good price.

Quidco are offering 6% on LG OLEDS too.
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Arto19/10/2019 14:55

Don’t have the cash💔


It's not worth it. Don't buy what you can't afford
Arto19/10/2019 19:48

Can’t get finance their either already tried


You can’t afford it cash and finance won’t let you buy it



Then why buy it
38699012-CDRjd.jpgJust got my C9 delivered for £1299 this morning, Cannot wait to set this up
mikosumner19/10/2019 11:51

Looking at Curry's website they are also offering a 1 in 10 chance of half …Looking at Curry's website they are also offering a 1 in 10 chance of half price on this TV too.


Buy 10 send 9 back
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Not voted as it's this price at many places
Same price at Richer Sounds with 6 year guarantee.
38699012-CDRjd.jpgJust got my C9 delivered for £1299 this morning, Cannot wait to set this up
Looking at Curry's website they are also offering a 1 in 10 chance of half price on this TV too.
This TV or the LG OLED55C9MLB 55” or SONY KD55AG8BU 55” OLED? Thanks
I really want this but I didn’t get a accepted for the finance
Arto19/10/2019 14:03

I really want this but I didn’t get a accepted for the finance


Why are you buying it on finance?!
MrKrabs19/10/2019 14:41

Why are you buying it on finance?!


Don’t have the cash💔
Arto19/10/2019 14:55

Don’t have the cash💔


Go to john lewis and price match then do finance
PureGolden19/10/2019 19:48

Go to john lewis and price match then do finance


Can’t get finance their either already tried
Arto19/10/2019 19:48

Can’t get finance their either already tried


You can’t afford it cash and finance won’t let you buy it



Then why buy it
Arto19/10/2019 14:55

Don’t have the cash💔


It's not worth it. Don't buy what you can't afford
Have LG fixed the free view iptv issue on these new models? On the b8 if you try watching a channel like now 90s the screensaver turns on
johno2105198919/10/2019 08:53

[Image] Just got my C9 delivered for £1299 this morning, Cannot wait to …[Image] Just got my C9 delivered for £1299 this morning, Cannot wait to set this up


Too small
Arto19/10/2019 19:48

Can’t get finance their either already tried


I’ve been saving up since January and will be buying the C9 this Black Friday.

Unless your current TV is broken and you don’t have the cash to replace it, financing should be your last option. My opinion anyway
No tv is worth over 1k- madness
Is this worth the upgrade from a b8?
Soulja20/10/2019 09:20

Is this worth the upgrade from a b8?


Not unless you want a HDMI 2.1, which wont matter until the next consoles, or if you have a PC powerful enough to drive that. Even then the next gen consoles will not do 4K at 120, they'll be 30/60 as they always are, since developers want to push the graphics to the max.
nyasham20/10/2019 09:05

I’ve been saving up since January and will be buying the C9 this Black F …I’ve been saving up since January and will be buying the C9 this Black Friday.Unless your current TV is broken and you don’t have the cash to replace it, financing should be your last option. My opinion anyway


Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance with no mortgage.
Deckard204920/10/2019 09:19

No tv is worth over 1k- madness


Why not? If you can afford it and want good quality then it’s worth it.
EMGPORT0120/10/2019 09:39

Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance …Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance with no mortgage.


Of course it is. Like I said, it’s my opinion.

Living as debt free as possible is not a bad thing now, is it?
mikosumner19/10/2019 11:51

Looking at Curry's website they are also offering a 1 in 10 chance of half …Looking at Curry's website they are also offering a 1 in 10 chance of half price on this TV too.


Buy 10 send 9 back
Undisclosed220/10/2019 08:57

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Today people want material things like cars, TVs, phones, clothes and get them whether they can afford them or not, even getting into debt for trivial non-necessaties

More important things like getting a house, people seem to care what they have when in reality nobody else cares what you wear, drive or own
Shaunh25620/10/2019 09:56

Buy 10 send 9 back


Nice idea, although you'd have missed the return time and that's not how odds work...

Although I get that you're joking!
johno2105198920/10/2019 09:23

[Image] But my previous TV was to big


Not really. Just your room is too small.
Why would someone not buy a projector for that sort of money???? 😳
kanjoosking20/10/2019 10:16

Why would someone not buy a projector for that sort of money???? 😳

TVs are far more practical imo. Room brightness doesn't affect it, and no huge white backdrop required.
B9 55 Inch 1299 very 20percent account credit is 258 off and 12 months interest free
kanjoosking20/10/2019 10:16

Why would someone not buy a projector for that sort of money???? 😳



I have a jvc projector .. its awesome however bothing can beat OLED displays
can anyone tell me what the input lag is like on one of these?
EMGPORT0120/10/2019 09:39

Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance …Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance with no mortgage.


Very true, and anyways there is nothing wrong with buying things on finance, especially if there are offers like 12-24 months with 0% interest. That's how I got my iPhone and MacBook Pro(paying monthly with 0% interest). Sweet
Edited by: "waquzy" 20th Oct 2019
waquzy20/10/2019 10:58

Very true, and anyways there is nothing wrong with buying things on …Very true, and anyways there is nothing wrong with buying things on finance, especially if there are offers like 12-24 months with 0% interest. That's how I got my iPhone and MacBook Pro(paying monthly with 0% interest). Sweet


Buying things on finance is a great thing - you can literally discount the cost of what you're buying through interest on savings etc.

When you are getting rejected from finance, however...!
Completely forgot that there is a company call 'Currys pc world'
Am I the only one that thought this was a £1,100+ rug?
EMGPORT0120/10/2019 09:39

Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance …Up to others to do what they want. I guess you paid your house in advance with no mortgage.


£1000 v £200000 slight difference
robmclarenfan20/10/2019 08:57

It's not worth it. Don't buy what you can't afford



i personally wouldnt finance this but financing might not mean someone cant afford it. if they can afford to pay it off monthly or within the time frame of the debt without struggling then they can afford it. much like a mortgage or car finance.
Edited by: "MugenPower" 20th Oct 2019
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