LG OLED E7 tv cashback stackable with price match offers.
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LG OLED E7 tv cashback stackable with price match offers.

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Found 8th Dec 2017
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There have been numerous reports (pages 15 & 16) link below, that LG have confirmed that you can claim the cashback with a price match offer from a retailer.

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This information will be useful to anyone who have been sitting and waiting with a valid price match.

If you're not comfortable placing an order based on someone's word then I'd advise you seek confirmation from LG yourself first.
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This is what I received when I asked about this. Are you sure that you can do it?
What’s the current best price match then?

Cheers
Best price for the tv?
Yes
I got JL to price match at 2k,but after seeing videos about Screen burn, I'm put off..... Does anyone know if it is really as bad as the YouTube videos?
Who’s doing it @ 2k to price match?
Mutty2 m ago

I got JL to price match at 2k,but after seeing videos about Screen burn, …I got JL to price match at 2k,but after seeing videos about Screen burn, I'm put off..... Does anyone know if it is really as bad as the YouTube videos?

Which videos?
Why did this need to be confirmed? John Lewis clarified this to me when they price matched the tv for me. The more people that question LG the more likely they will play on people’s doubts and say no.
Mutty16 m ago

I got JL to price match at 2k,but after seeing videos about Screen burn, …I got JL to price match at 2k,but after seeing videos about Screen burn, I'm put off..... Does anyone know if it is really as bad as the YouTube videos?



As far as I understand it (through a lot of research) you should only have a concern if you watch one channel constantly (over 4 hours a day for months on end). Even then some software runs in the background to auto correct this issue. Not sure if this is on the 2016 models too though.

I was debating the same thing (OLED vs QLED) but in the end would rather pay out for new technology than stick with tech that's been around the last 20 odd years. Let me know what you choose in the end
I had confirmation in writing at the start of the week that the cashback is not affected by the pricematch. E7 for £1100 is a belter of a deal.

I also had concerns about screenburn however I’m usually pretty varied in the content that I watch and don’t have the settings maxed out. I think at the price I paid it’s worth the risk.
5Rivers7910 m ago

Why did this need to be confirmed? John Lewis clarified this to me when …Why did this need to be confirmed? John Lewis clarified this to me when they price matched the tv for me. The more people that question LG the more likely they will play on people’s doubts and say no.


exactly my thoughts, no need for all this why keep pestering LG, John lewis etc just buy and claim you cashback
5Rivers7910 m ago

Why did this need to be confirmed? John Lewis clarified this to me when …Why did this need to be confirmed? John Lewis clarified this to me when they price matched the tv for me. The more people that question LG the more likely they will play on people’s doubts and say no.

​Because it was an LG offer not a John Lewis offer. You are correct about people tipping them off, but £500 is a large amount to risk as you can't claim until 30 days after purchase and can take 30 days to receive the cashback.
dipen994 m ago

As far as I understand it (through a lot of research) you should only have …As far as I understand it (through a lot of research) you should only have a concern if you watch one channel constantly (over 4 hours a day for months on end). Even then some software runs in the background to auto correct this issue. Not sure if this is on the 2016 models too though.I was debating the same thing (OLED vs QLED) but in the end would rather pay out for new technology than stick with tech that's been around the last 20 odd years. Let me know what you choose in the end


I watch sky news, sky sports news and e4 on a very regularly basis. So I'm very wary of this and all three of them channels have a silly logo or banner always on display.... Any thought on this. Also I have read the below;

avsforum.com/for…390
heathead1 m ago

​Because it was an LG offer not a John Lewis offer. You are correct about p …​Because it was an LG offer not a John Lewis offer. You are correct about people tipping them off, but £500 is a large amount to risk as you can't claim until 30 days after purchase and can take 30 days to receive the cashback.


I think it's more about easing people mindsets if LG will give the cash back.
Suvvey17 m ago

I had confirmation in writing at the start of the week that the cashback …I had confirmation in writing at the start of the week that the cashback is not affected by the pricematch. E7 for £1100 is a belter of a deal.I also had concerns about screenburn however I’m usually pretty varied in the content that I watch and don’t have the settings maxed out. I think at the price I paid it’s worth the risk.



Could you show me your maths on this, I think I, working it out wrong, how did you get to £1100? Thanks!
Agahnim15 m ago

Could you show me your maths on this, I think I, working it out wrong, how …Could you show me your maths on this, I think I, working it out wrong, how did you get to £1100? Thanks!



BF Deal price matched @1599 minus the LG Cash back
So do i tell LG i paid £1599 or the £2799 i have in pdf from john lewis ?

I was planning on saying £2799.
Mutty24 m ago

I watch sky news, sky sports news and e4 on a very regularly basis. So I'm …I watch sky news, sky sports news and e4 on a very regularly basis. So I'm very wary of this and all three of them channels have a silly logo or banner always on display.... Any thought on this. Also I have read the below;http://www.avsforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2927390



I'm sure you'd be fine as it's not the same channel being watched constantly. It is however a risk you'd need to assess and take as you get people saying both sides of the story but most warranties do not cover burn in. I believe the standard OLED lifetime is around 10,000 hours by which you would see some colour degradation (however this could also be age related ). Even then the degradation is minimal, I believe it was somewhere in the region of 3-5% (predicted, correct me if I'm wrong). Taking an average of 4 hours a day everyday for just under 7 years... Don't know about you but I'd be looking to replace my panel by then regardless!

I am very much into the Samsung family (phone, tablet, current TV) and love the idea of QLED but have gone into a couple of stores (most informative being an hour long one-on-one chat with an experienced member of staff at Richer Sounds) and seen first hand the picture quality difference. Yes, the QLED is much brighter (will you be watching during the day or night? In my case it would be more so evenings which means the brightness won't be up to 100%) but even then the colours seem to be much more vivid on the LG OLED (and obviously the black levels as every OLED fanboy can't seem to avoid mentioning). Point being, I went into looking for a TV very much swayed by the QLED but coming out convinced by the LG OLED range.

Interested to see what improvements will be made on both these panels. Hoping info should be released in Jan 2018 (CES).
d3lboy8 m ago

So do i tell LG i paid £1599 or the £2799 i have in pdf from john lewis ? I …So do i tell LG i paid £1599 or the £2799 i have in pdf from john lewis ? I was planning on saying £2799.



Agahnim114 m ago

Could you show me your maths on this, I think I, working it out wrong, how …Could you show me your maths on this, I think I, working it out wrong, how did you get to £1100? Thanks!


Basically some of us managed to get a JL price match for 1.6k and after LG 500cb it's 1.1k

you have to send the LG receipt that shows you paid the full price for example my JL receipt shows i paid full price 2.5K and a £900 pm is not shown on the receipt so I send LG the receipt with full price shown. EASY
Edited by: "AJ92" 8th Dec 2017
dipen9912 m ago

I'm sure you'd be fine as it's not the same channel being watched …I'm sure you'd be fine as it's not the same channel being watched constantly. It is however a risk you'd need to assess and take as you get people saying both sides of the story but most warranties do not cover burn in. I believe the standard OLED lifetime is around 10,000 hours by which you would see some colour degradation (however this could also be age related ). Even then the degradation is minimal, I believe it was somewhere in the region of 3-5% (predicted, correct me if I'm wrong). Taking an average of 4 hours a day everyday for just under 7 years... Don't know about you but I'd be looking to replace my panel by then regardless!I am very much into the Samsung family (phone, tablet, current TV) and love the idea of QLED but have gone into a couple of stores (most informative being an hour long one-on-one chat with an experienced member of staff at Richer Sounds) and seen first hand the picture quality difference. Yes, the QLED is much brighter (will you be watching during the day or night? In my case it would be more so evenings which means the brightness won't be up to 100%) but even then the colours seem to be much more vivid on the LG OLED (and obviously the black levels as every OLED fanboy can't seem to avoid mentioning). Point being, I went into looking for a TV very much swayed by the QLED but coming out convinced by the LG OLED range.Interested to see what improvements will be made on both these panels. Hoping info should be released in Jan 2018 (CES).


Your making me sway back to oled.....
d3lboy20 m ago

So do i tell LG i paid £1599 or the £2799 i have in pdf from john lewis ? I …So do i tell LG i paid £1599 or the £2799 i have in pdf from john lewis ? I was planning on saying £2799.



Send them the Receipt from JL , I assume the pdf is the receipt @ 2.8k Easy
Mutty10 m ago

Your making me sway back to oled.....



The only down side I could see is the cable management system on QLED has clearly been looked into. I'm not sure how well performing the hub is in terms of lag and general use for this but the tidiness appealed to me.


On the LG TV's they've kept it the same as always - a number of cables sticking out the side of the TV. For me, I could deal with the slight untidiness for a superior picture quality. Now I just have the issue of finding a way to hide the cables and waiting for a good price seeing as I missed all the pre-black Friday deals on this TV!
dipen997 m ago

The only down side I could see is the cable management system on QLED has …The only down side I could see is the cable management system on QLED has clearly been looked into. I'm not sure how well performing the hub is in terms of lag and general use for this but the tidiness appealed to me.On the LG TV's they've kept it the same as always - a number of cables sticking out the side of the TV. For me, I could deal with the slight untidiness for a superior picture quality. Now I just have the issue of finding a way to hide the cables and waiting for a good price seeing as I missed all the pre-black Friday deals on this TV!



You could still get it for £1.5k after LGcb just ask JL to pm reliant
Edited by: "AJ92" 8th Dec 2017
heathead56 m ago

​Because it was an LG offer not a John Lewis offer. You are correct about p …​Because it was an LG offer not a John Lewis offer. You are correct about people tipping them off, but £500 is a large amount to risk as you can't claim until 30 days after purchase and can take 30 days to receive the cashback.


The cashback offer was on the John Lewis website for this tv. The offer was also displayed in store. John Lewis did not reduce the price of the tv nationwide and simply price matched a different store. As it was a price match and not a reduction in all stores the £500 still applies.

I know £500 is a large reduction but people shouldn’t really be purchasing if their decision is solely based on cashback as to be honest this tv at 1500-1700 was still a bargain.
AJ921 h, 53 m ago

Basically some of us managed to get a JL price match for 1.6k and after LG …Basically some of us managed to get a JL price match for 1.6k and after LG 500cb it's 1.1k you have to send the LG receipt that shows you paid the full price for example my JL receipt shows i paid full price 2.5K and a £900 pm is not shown on the receipt so I send LG the receipt with full price shown. EASY



So the OLED55E7N which is £2499 got price matched down to £1599 and with £500 cashback it is now £109? Is this price match still available. Feel like I've got my wires crossed somewhere sorry
Edited by: "Agahnim1" 8th Dec 2017
Agahnim19 m ago

So the OLED55E7N which is £2499 got price matched down to £1599 and with £ …So the OLED55E7N which is £2499 got price matched down to £1599 and with £500 cashback it is now £109? Is this price match still available. Feel like I've got my wires crossed somewhere sorry


I ended up paying 1.6k from JL so after £500 LG cb it's 1.1k but that price trick ended couple weeks back. What you can currently do is ask JL to price match reliant as they have 55" for 2k in basket then 1.5k after LG cb
Edited by: "AJ92" 8th Dec 2017
Finally found some time today to sit and watch some films and programmes on this TV. I was blown away; the picture is amazing. The sound is also good and I know some people don't like the look of the soundbar, but if you are going to have it on a cabinet rather than on the wall I can confirm that it looks great. And if I get the £500 back from 16th, it will be even better.
I got John Lewis price match to £1499.
Now I have confirmation in writing from LG they will honour £500 cashback. I will only believe when money is in the bank.
just had a look at the reliant website and the e7 is on for 2499. showing not eligible for LG cashback
AJ9249 m ago

I ended up paying 1.6k from JL so after £500 LG cb it's 1.1k but that …I ended up paying 1.6k from JL so after £500 LG cb it's 1.1k but that price trick ended couple weeks back. What you can currently do is ask JL to price match reliant as they have 55" for 2k in basket then 1.5k after LG cb


I sincerely hope it all goes to plan for you, I really do. I just can't help thinking that LG are not stupid. No matter what it says on your receipt, they will know how much you paid, there has been too much talk about it for them not to. It's only when you come to claim that you will find out if they are going to implement t&c no 13;

'The Promoter reserves the right at its absolute discretion to disqualify claims which it considers do not comply with these terms and conditions or for any other reason.'
Agahnim11 h, 4 m ago

So the OLED55E7N which is £2499 got price matched down to £1599 and with £ …So the OLED55E7N which is £2499 got price matched down to £1599 and with £500 cashback it is now £109? Is this price match still available. Feel like I've got my wires crossed somewhere sorry


That’s correct. Unfortunately that deal is not available anymore. Best you will find is price match of 2000 - 500 cashback. However, check the dates for the cashback to be valid as I think it’s nearing its end???
sexgod29 m ago

just had a look at the reliant website and the e7 is on for 2499. showing …just had a look at the reliant website and the e7 is on for 2499. showing not eligible for LG cashback


Did you actually add it to the basket as that's what you would like JL to price match.
The Promotion will commence on 17th November 2017 and ends 30th January 2018 ----or until stock no longer available in JL case if you are still trying to price match the current best offer
Well my John Lewis receipt shows £1499 which was a price match. John Lewis staff told me the cashback would still be applicable even though they price matched it for me. I think they also have LG reps working in the Birmingham Grand Central branch who also said the same thing.
I was also one of the lucky ones to get this for £1599 (£1099 when I get the cashback) and I can say the screen burn isn't much of an issue. I use the screen as my PC as well as for TV viewing so the image is static a lot of the time since I have multiple windows opened. If I change to a grey test image some of those windows are burned in slightly, but there's some sort of software in the background that fixes that quickly. It isn't permanent and doesn't affect my viewing at all. The only time the burn in was visible was when I went looking for it by displaying a test image.

Fantastic TV and well worth the extra few hundred pounds I was planning to spend. Everyone that has seen it is very jealous :D.
Does this mean that I can get the 65” E for £2,200 with Cashback?

It states £3,800 but then £800 off at checkout takes it to £3,000.
LG Cashback down to £2,200?

How do I go about asking LG to price match? Does anyone have what they put for a cheeky copy n paste?
Also, how does this appear for payment? Does it go down as an account or you pay over phone or in Store?
I ask this as with a work perk I can get online voucher or a loaded card where I can get 5% Discount.
So I would pay £2,850 for a £3,000 voucher or loaded card. Just terms and conditions say that it can’t be used to pay off an account and loaded cards can’t be refunded, so would be well upset if I was stuck with a 3grand card and still a Tv to pay for.

So if I could use my work discount I could (should all go to plan) get the 65” for £2050 which doesn’t seem bad. If discounts from LG and work can’t be done, then £3,000 seems a little too much for my wallet.

Also would be stuck what to do with my 51” Samsung Plasma....which to be fair is a really good Tv, just my eyes getting a little worse and HD feels like standard TV without wearing glasses and have to sit in front of tv to play PS4. I guess it’s something I don’t need, but all the hours reading about last year and then this years OLED sounds tasty. Plus I like the idea of a good built in sound too.

Thanks in advance for any conformations or help you beautiful people provide 🏻
Oat236 h, 49 m ago

I was also one of the lucky ones to get this for £1599 (£1099 when I get t …I was also one of the lucky ones to get this for £1599 (£1099 when I get the cashback) and I can say the screen burn isn't much of an issue. I use the screen as my PC as well as for TV viewing so the image is static a lot of the time since I have multiple windows opened. If I change to a grey test image some of those windows are burned in slightly, but there's some sort of software in the background that fixes that quickly. It isn't permanent and doesn't affect my viewing at all. The only time the burn in was visible was when I went looking for it by displaying a test image. Fantastic TV and well worth the extra few hundred pounds I was planning to spend. Everyone that has seen it is very jealous :D.

I think this is classed as image retention, can you confirm how long that static image was being displayed?
dipen9912 h, 57 m ago

The only down side I could see is the cable management system on QLED has …The only down side I could see is the cable management system on QLED has clearly been looked into. I'm not sure how well performing the hub is in terms of lag and general use for this but the tidiness appealed to me.On the LG TV's they've kept it the same as always - a number of cables sticking out the side of the TV. For me, I could deal with the slight untidiness for a superior picture quality. Now I just have the issue of finding a way to hide the cables and waiting for a good price seeing as I missed all the pre-black Friday deals on this TV!


Whatever TV I do get, it will go on the wall so I'm hoping to hide the cables behind the TV.. But I do think z Samsungs new hub is the way forward
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