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LG OLED77C8LLA 77" OLED 4K UHD TV £3599.98 @ Costco Trafford
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LG OLED77C8LLA 77" OLED 4K UHD TV £3599.98 @ Costco Trafford

£3,599.98£3,7995%Costco Deals
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Posted 20th JunAvailable: National

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In store at Trafford Park Costco 3600 Inc vat for the 77 oled.
Including 5 year warranty.. I paid 4900 3 months ago so great deal if in the market for one of these sets! 3249952.jpg
Community Updates
  • OLED Yes
  • Freeview Yes
  • Freeview HD Yes
  • Freeview Play Yes
  • 4K Ultra HD Yes
  • HDR Yes
  • Screen Size 77
  • Netflix 4K Streaming Yes
  • Panel Bit Depth 10 bit
  • HDR Format Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG
  • USB Video Playback Yes
  • USB Recording Yes
  • Wireless Connection Yes
  • Full Web Browser Yes
  • Voice Activated TV Yes
  • Digital Audio Output Yes - Optical
  • USB 3
  • Pixel Resolution 3840 x 2160
  • Screen Resolution 4k_ultra_hd
  • HDMI 4
  • BBC iPlayer Yes
  • Wi-Fi Built In yes
  • Speakers Yes
  • ARC - Audio Return Channel Yes
  • HDMI 2.0 Yes
  • Headphone Socket Yes
  • Scart Sockets No
  • Packaging Dimensions WxHxD 1895 x 1130 x 285
  • Wall Mount Required VESA 400 x 200
  • Energy Efficiency Rating A
  • Stand Yes - Fixed
  • Local Dimming Yes - OLED pixel
  • DLNA Compliant Yes
  • Quad Core Processor Yes
  • App Control Yes
  • Web Applications Yes
  • Dimensions excluding stand WxHxD (mm) 1722 x 991 x 56
  • Dimensions including stand WxHxD (mm) 1722 x 1052 x 253

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Robiesanta20/06/2019 13:20

at brettb: You paid almost £4900 for a TV? OMG.


That’s right some people work hard and like to buy nice things. Imagine that.
Master_Yoda20/06/2019 11:38

77" is mad...


I can remember buying a 36" flat screen CRT. I was told by several people that it was "mad". What could you possibly want with a TV so large they said!

But now my 55" (mad when bought) is now looking a bit smallish tucked away in the corner of the lounge. TVs are getting larger and that trend doesn't look like ending any time soon.
bobo5320/06/2019 14:30

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77" is mad. I wonder how big the box is - what did you do with your box? It's not like you can throw it, as you need it forever to transport the TV. I'm starting to wonder where this will all end.
The picture quality looks rubbish on that TV in the pic
Master_Yoda20/06/2019 11:38

77" is mad. I wonder how big the box is - what did you do with your box? …77" is mad. I wonder how big the box is - what did you do with your box? It's not like you can throw it, as you need it forever to transport the TV. I'm starting to wonder where this will all end.


FYI...
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Mud8oy20/06/2019 11:44

FYI...https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1497422139



Bet the remote control for that is MASSIVE !
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 20th Jun
at brettb: You paid almost £4900 for a TV? OMG.
Robiesanta20/06/2019 13:20

at brettb: You paid almost £4900 for a TV? OMG.


That’s right some people work hard and like to buy nice things. Imagine that.
So tempting, but no scart socket!
Robiesanta20/06/2019 13:20

at brettb: You paid almost £4900 for a TV? OMG.


It's actually not that bad considering I paid almost 4 grand for a 42" Hitachi plasma over 10 years ago.
I HAVE LEARNT MY LESSON!!
Master_Yoda20/06/2019 11:38

77" is mad...


I can remember buying a 36" flat screen CRT. I was told by several people that it was "mad". What could you possibly want with a TV so large they said!

But now my 55" (mad when bought) is now looking a bit smallish tucked away in the corner of the lounge. TVs are getting larger and that trend doesn't look like ending any time soon.
Yas20/06/2019 14:16

I can remember buying a 36" flat screen CRT. I was told by several people …I can remember buying a 36" flat screen CRT. I was told by several people that it was "mad". What could you possibly want with a TV so large they said!But now my 55" (mad when bought) is now looking a bit smallish tucked away in the corner of the lounge. TVs are getting larger and that trend doesn't look like ending any time soon.


And houses are getting smaller!! Soon we will be sleping on our TV's
patricky9020/06/2019 14:10

It's actually not that bad considering I paid almost 4 grand for a 42" …It's actually not that bad considering I paid almost 4 grand for a 42" Hitachi plasma over 10 years ago. I HAVE LEARNT MY LESSON!!


I paid £400 for my 40" Sony LCD and thought that it was a daylight robbery. The only reason I bought it because it came with a 5 year warranty. It is still going strong - can't remember when I bought it. The picture quality is still good - obviously not as good as the latest 4k huges.

On a serious note, my 40" TV is just perfect for my lounge size but each to their own. Some people do have larger lounges so not an issue. I recently visited someone who had I think 60" TV on top of their fireplace which was about 6 feet or less from the sofa.
y_am_I_buying_this20/06/2019 13:31

That’s right some people work hard and like to buy nice things. Imagine t …That’s right some people work hard and like to buy nice things. Imagine that.


I work hard too mate and buy good things. I was just surprised at the price of a TV that's all. No need to take offence.
bobo5320/06/2019 14:30

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Says the person that posted this
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bobo5320/06/2019 14:30

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Are you trying to suggest that other TV's last forever ?

People pay tens of thousands of pounds for a car that will eventually rot away,but most people still buy them.
patricky9020/06/2019 14:10

It's actually not that bad considering I paid almost 4 grand for a 42" …It's actually not that bad considering I paid almost 4 grand for a 42" Hitachi plasma over 10 years ago. I HAVE LEARNT MY LESSON!!


I did similar, it was just the going rate back then, no regrets.
Does anyone know if this is Nationwide? Thank you. I'll call my local Costco tomorrow
ezzer7220/06/2019 20:03

I did similar, it was just the going rate back then, no regrets.


Back in the day we paid £3k for a 42 inch Techwood plasma,oh the shame
This is pretty much the ultimate TV at the moment and I can’t see picture quality improving much in the next 10 years. This is a good buy and will last a long time. £1/day for 10 years - sounds like a good deal.
Don’t compare this to a cinema - OLED TV quality is in a different league and far better than any cinema with milky blacks, poor HDR and no WCG.
OLED TVs are just breathtaking - I bought a 65” 18 months ago but would love a 77” and these models used to be over £7k so this is less than half price.
hits2120/06/2019 20:39

Does anyone know if this is Nationwide? Thank you. I'll call my local …Does anyone know if this is Nationwide? Thank you. I'll call my local Costco tomorrow


Nationwide mate. I've seen this in my local Costco few weeks ago at this price...
Buying if I can get the deal (hope they have in Croydon), may see if richer sounds will price match. I'm not sure why people think you need a big room for big tv, for cinema experience (40 degree field of view) you would want to sit just under 8 foot away from 77 inch and TV watching (30 degrees field of view) 11 foot away. I know people that have 100 inch projection screen and sit only about 8 feet away that does seem a bit crazy to me, like people that sit in front floor level rows at cinema.
Only 14 left in the company and none of them around London it would seem.
I think the lady at my Costco did something wrong when checking other stores for stock on further investigation many do have it. Croydon and Wembely do not.
MrNeon22/06/2019 09:21

Only 14 left in the company and none of them around London it would seem.


Costco Hayes have plenty in stock. Been the case for couple of weeks now.
Got the price match am very happy. Thank you brettb I was planning on buying this weekend anyway so you saved me £500 . The cheapest I had found a price match before this was £4100.
Edited by: "MrNeon" 22nd Jun
_se7en_, yeh quite a few had 6-10 these TV when I phoned around. Its not an impulse buy so I don't see them flying off shelves even at this very competitive price. Not sure what the lady at Costco Croydon was doing wrong. Possible she just managed to check the only 5 stores in the whole of the south east that don't have them.
Edited by: "MrNeon" 22nd Jun
MrNeon22/06/2019 17:42

Got the price match am very happy. Thank you brettb I was planning on …Got the price match am very happy. Thank you brettb I was planning on buying this weekend anyway so you saved me £500 . The cheapest I had found a price match before this was £4100.


Thanks for the heads up. No stock in my local Costco. Nearest Costco with stock is 60 miles away. I'll try an RS price match tomorrow.
Anybody know how to get a Costco membership if not working in one of the specified industries?
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