LG OLED55B6V 55" TV - £1628.99 @ Crampton and Moore
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LG OLED55B6V 55" TV - £1628.99 @ Crampton and Moore

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Found 12th Feb
Although this was £30 cheaper only last week, Crampton and Moore have got another offer on this TV making it £1628.99 with a 5 year warranty.

Simply tick the option "Save Extra £120" to get this price.

Can also be used to price match with John Lewis (and presumably Richer Sounds).

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Was £100 cheaper from same company last week, can buy cheaper elsewhere currently

Original Poster

sinxa

Was £100 cheaper from same company last week, can buy cheaper elsewhere … Was £100 cheaper from same company last week, can buy cheaper elsewhere currently



It was on sale last week at £1598.99, so £30 cheaper than this deal.

I also realise you can buy it cheaper, but without the 5 year warranty. Unless you know somewhere offering it less with a decent warranty?

Still waiting for it to hit £1500 at JL. Keep dropping.

Simong_1984

It was on sale last week at £1598.99, so £30 cheaper than this deal. I a … It was on sale last week at £1598.99, so £30 cheaper than this deal. I also realise you can buy it cheaper, but without the 5 year warranty. Unless you know somewhere offering it less with a decent warranty?



hotukdeals.com/dea…651 Argos £1574
Edited by: "sinxa" 12th Feb

Original Poster

sinxa

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-lg-oled55b6v-55inch-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-1574-10-argos-2614651 Argos £1574



That doesn't have a 5 year warranty mind. I would have thought most people would pay the extra ~£60 for an extra 4 year warranty, especially given the price of the TV. But based on the way people are voting, I guess not.
Edited by: "Simong_1984" 12th Feb

I agree, 5 year warranty is better than 1 for sure, although majority of people have home insurance that covers their TV nowadays. Regardless, If I were you I'd call Crampton and Moore and ask them to kindly price match their own price last week.
Edited by: "sinxa" 12th Feb

sinxa

I agree, 5 year warranty is better than 1 for sure, although majority of … I agree, 5 year warranty is better than 1 for sure, although majority of people have home insurance that covers their TV nowadays. Regardless, If I were you I'd call Crampton and Moore and ask them to kindly price match their own price last week.



Does home insurance give the same cover as a product warranty? Admit I've not read the small print on my policy. Who is your home insurance with?

David_e

Does home insurance give the same cover as a product warranty? Admit I've … Does home insurance give the same cover as a product warranty? Admit I've not read the small print on my policy. Who is your home insurance with?



No way as product specific as the retailers warranty at all, but mine covers damage, including but not limited to, accidental damage per item over the cost of this tv. You will find the same terms with most banks it's just a case of adding additional products to the home & content insurance. Contents insurance even covers items outside the home, for example engagement /weddings rings, laptops, mobile phones, the amount you are covered for outside the home is reflected in your monthly content insurance cost. TBH as Simon suggested I would attempt to purchase with the 5 year warranty attached, I actually did myself purchase the C6 from Currys with 5 years, I was just making people aware of the cheaper deals available for the B6 and the fact the same company were offering the same TV the week before for cheaper.

The new 2017 model comes out in couple of months, so the price of this 2016 model will drop like a stone come April. Patience is a virtue.
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