LG OLED55B9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV + 5 Year Guarantee £993 delivered with code @ Currys
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LG OLED55B9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV + 5 Year Guarantee £993 delivered with code @ Currys

£993£1,0485% Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
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Posted 25th Apr
Update 1
Offer still valid as of 13th May, code still working
LG OLED55B9PLA OLED tv for £993 delivered with code TVSAVE105 and 5 year guarantee, plus 6 months Spotify Premium (new account). If you are able to get discounted Currys e-gift cards via workplace scheme, then should be a further 8% saving bringing down to under £915. If you prefer Richer Sounds, you could use this deal to price match and possibly get for £983 using their £10 price beat. John Lewis should also price match if you prefer.



LG OLED55B9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant

  • 2nd Gen α7 Processor for detailed images & custom sound
  • Thin OLED design
  • HDR: Dolby Vision / HDR10 / Advanced HDR / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Catch-up TV & 4K streaming
  • 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160p
  • Freeview HD with Freeview Play / Freesat HD
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • 6 Months Spotify Premium (new account)
  • HDMI 2.1 x 4
  • USB 2.0 x 3
  • TV with stand: 744 x 1228 x 246 mm (H x W x D)

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Add code TVSAVE105 at checkout to discount by £105 to £993

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Perfect picture, perfect colours

Movies, TV shows, games – they all look great on the LG OLED55B9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV. And it's all thanks to the a7 Intelligent Processor and brilliant OLED display. The picture is rich with colour and sharpness, plus you'll see
all the details in the shadows. Even non-4K content is upscaled.

HDR gives you the deepest black background and bold, bright colours for incredible contrast. And with OLED every single pixel on the screen gives its own light, so it's a world away from standard, one backlight, LED. Just wait till you switch on a nature documentary and see every shade in a glorious savannah sunset.

Dolby Atmos


With a picture this good, you need great sound too. The LG B9 more than matches up with Dolby Atmos. Made for movies, get into that big blockbuster with 3D surround sound immersing you in the action. With a TV this good your local cinema might get jealous.

A feast of content


With fantastic shows in different places, it can be annoying tracking everything down. The B9 comes to the rescue with all your favourites from Netflix to YouTube there on
your screen with a press of a button. You can even cycle back through the week and catch up on any shows you missed with Freview Play. So start streaming, get bingeing, or kick back and watch some music videos.

Google Assistant and ThinQ AI


With Google Assistant built-in you can switch shows or turn the volume up just by speaking into the remote. And if you've got any other LG smart home products around the house, maybe some smart lights, you can control them through the TV thanks to ThinQ. Switch on a movie and dim the lights at the same time, just by having a word with your telly.
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Get a price match from RS or JL, wouldn't deal with currys even if they were the cheapest
Good deal and price but I wouldn't want to deal with curry's if something went wrong going on past experience ! A good warranty is worth it's weight in gold.
lordwc26/04/2020 07:27

“Professional TV viewers” B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. …“Professional TV viewers” B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. Simple as that. B range has struggled with dark colours, brightness...etc etc.


The C9 is only capable of displaying slightly higher nits, most people wouldn't even notice the difference. The C9 is capable of 150 nits more, sure its little better but calling the B9 awful because of that is absurd. It struggles with dark colours? That's a joke right? No OLED struggles with dark colours. And the B9 was released at the same time, it is NOT older tech. Stop spreading nonsense information.
Edited by: "Rayza" 26th Apr
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Cheapest I’ve seen for this amazing TV.
Got mine for £939 from richer sounds, good price though.
You can get another 6.5% off if your company uses Edenred for their benefits platform.
bonus200525/04/2020 12:35

Got mine for £939 from richer sounds, good price though.


Could you please tell me how?
Will the c9 ever go to around £1000?
Good deal and price but I wouldn't want to deal with curry's if something went wrong going on past experience ! A good warranty is worth it's weight in gold.
Yas_25/04/2020 12:55

Will the c9 ever go to around £1000?


That's what I'm waiting for. Hoping for some bank holiday deals in May.
Orin_hasan25/04/2020 12:54

Could you please tell me how?


Price match with tekzone posted by interplanetarydragon just over a week ago.
Yas_25/04/2020 12:55

Will the c9 ever go to around £1000?


Doubt it, the c8 never went lower than £1039
Yas_25/04/2020 12:55

Will the c9 ever go to around £1000?


C9 is beginning to sell out. Can't get it from Richer Sounds anymore.
asl979125/04/2020 13:08

That's what I'm waiting for. Hoping for some bank holiday deals in May.


Bank Holiday

Lolz
prettejohn25/04/2020 13:22

C9 is beginning to sell out. Can't get it from Richer Sounds anymore.


Damn, do you know the cheapest it’s at right now?
Get a price match from RS or JL, wouldn't deal with currys even if they were the cheapest
Yas_25/04/2020 12:55

Will the c9 ever go to around £1000?


Probably not. Think it's been around £1150. The new CX series has limited features and improvements over C9 so think it'll hold its value
Got one last Saturday delivered Tuesday at no extra cost from RS. Price matched Costco at 989 so 979 but have to out £15 Costco subs on top still that could be handy.

Picture in 4k format on Utube of film trailers new Top Gun & Bond are amazing as is go pro footage in 4K.

Have to say can't sort out sound yet as struggling to connect to old Samsung home theatre using HDMI ARC out on port 2, may be cable Is not correct spec so ordered new HDMI cable.

Managed to get it working via optical connection but only one speaker but off on a 5.1 all be it 12 year old set up.

Love the simply menu and voice activated remote Alexa built in plus Apps Prime U tube etc.

But bit concerned about longevity and screen burn as old Samsung plasma that died lasted 12 years.
said_enough25/04/2020 13:27

Bank HolidayLolz


Just because we are all off work doesn't stop it being a bank holiday or people running promotions.
Got RS to price match, so 983 delivered. Guy said they were having 300 C9 delivered this week, but didn't know price
zeberdys25/04/2020 14:40

Got one last Saturday delivered Tuesday at no extra cost from RS. Price …Got one last Saturday delivered Tuesday at no extra cost from RS. Price matched Costco at 989 so 979 but have to out £15 Costco subs on top still that could be handy.Picture in 4k format on Utube of film trailers new Top Gun & Bond are amazing as is go pro footage in 4K.Have to say can't sort out sound yet as struggling to connect to old Samsung home theatre using HDMI ARC out on port 2, may be cable Is not correct spec so ordered new HDMI cable. Managed to get it working via optical connection but only one speaker but off on a 5.1 all be it 12 year old set up.Love the simply menu and voice activated remote Alexa built in plus Apps Prime U tube etc.But bit concerned about longevity and screen burn as old Samsung plasma that died lasted 12 years.


I have seen there are some compatibility issues between eARC and ARC devices. There are some threads about it on AV Forums if you want to read more, or just have a google.
Is the Currys guarantee okay? I really cant be bothered to haggle with some guy on the phone to get an extra £10 off at RS. If there was a way to do it online i'd give it a shot.
Edited by: "hellachloe" 25th Apr
No need to haggle. Just tell them it's that price on Currys and they check and do it for that price. Plus an extra year guarantee.
what do you guys think get it now or wait? the new x series will be much more starting at £1500 for the 48 inch version, the c9 is starting to sell out ....get the b9 or wait for c9 to drop?
MrDonut25/04/2020 20:58

what do you guys think get it now or wait? the new x series will be much …what do you guys think get it now or wait? the new x series will be much more starting at £1500 for the 48 inch version, the c9 is starting to sell out ....get the b9 or wait for c9 to drop?


The c9 wont drop below 1150 now. Too many are selling out now.

Glad i managed to bag mine for 1100 from richer sounds. So far very happy with it. Just trying to work out the best settings vs reducing burn in risk.
B range are nowhere near C or E. worth paying extra
lordwc26/04/2020 02:03

B range are nowhere near C or E. worth paying extra


That's not true in what aspect? Image quality wise their is not all that much difference. Professional TV reviewers have said the b9 is extremely close image wise and in most instances they were struggling to tell the difference even when next to each other until scrutinising graphs from measurements they take with professional tools. So no I wouldn't say its nowhere near. Check HDTV org review or CNET. It's slightly better on lower quality content as the processor does a better job of hiding image defects. It has slightly more nits brightness but again splitting hairs to see difference in real world. Scrolling menus is obviously slower due to slower chipset.
lordwc26/04/2020 02:03

B range are nowhere near C or E. worth paying extra


In 55 inch model if maybe a hundred or so it maybe worth paying. In 65 inch it's 500 to 400 difference which is a huge amount of money.
hellachloe25/04/2020 17:08

Is the Currys guarantee okay? I really cant be bothered to haggle with …Is the Currys guarantee okay? I really cant be bothered to haggle with some guy on the phone to get an extra £10 off at RS. If there was a way to do it online i'd give it a shot.


It’s decent yes bought a Sony led few years ago and my son accidentally threw something at it which scratched the led panel. Rang their added care team, got the tv picked up and within a few days rang me to say they written the tv off. They offered me another model like for like but refused as I found Sony android os little laggy. So they gave me a store voucher of £650 (original tv was bought for £749)to spend on a tv. So I upgraded mine to the LG 55b9. Great tv great picture quality. V quick operating system. But one thing I recommend on Sony is their motion handling. What I’ve heard recently about JL policy is they are getting their techs out to repair their TVs they aren’t writing the TVs off like they use too. I hope this helps
Isnt E9 model just an in-built soundbar for god knows how much more, so then the question is is the price difference between a B9 and C9 worth it.
lordwc26/04/2020 02:03

B range are nowhere near C or E. worth paying extra


Fake news. Minimal difference. The B9 is the best value OLED and an incredible TV in every respect. Even the speakers aren't too shabby!

The ONLY thing i would like it to have which it doesn't is 3D, but i know most people don't care

I usually have my eye on a new TV all the time but this will be a fantastic TV until 8K content becomes more available, likely when the PlayStation 5 Pro and the X-Box equivalent are released in about 5 years. It has g-sync and 120fps support so is a superb TV for gaming, whether on next gen consoles or PC. Extremely low input lag and grey to grey response times make it a joy to look at. Dolby Vision is supported which is the best quality HDR you can get but it also supports regular HDR for PS4 gaming.

I must say though, Curry's are a very poor company to deal with if anything goes wrong, they will do everything they can to avoid giving you a replacement. I had an LG 4K 3D HDR TV with the worst vertical banding i have ever seen, i sent it back and they just sent it back to me and said there's nothing wrong with it! It took a lot of persistence to finally get that to fix it, eventually they replaced the screen i believe and the banding went down back to being almost unnoticeable (most LEDs have banding if you really look for it). I will never purchase a TV from them again.
Edited by: "Rayza" 26th Apr
nzadok25/04/2020 14:19

Get a price match from RS or JL, wouldn't deal with currys even if they …Get a price match from RS or JL, wouldn't deal with currys even if they were the cheapest


Agre,everything from there becomes faulty
Save your money we bought a really flaky Samsung tv with 5 year warranty when I needed the warranty the repair guys turned up, sorry can’t take it down off the wall, can’t give you a replacement we need the specialist team, they have never turned up
hellachloe25/04/2020 17:08

Is the Currys guarantee okay? I really cant be bothered to haggle with …Is the Currys guarantee okay? I really cant be bothered to haggle with some guy on the phone to get an extra £10 off at RS. If there was a way to do it online i'd give it a shot.


Curry’s warrantys - not worth the paper they are written on
Rayza26/04/2020 06:35

Fake news. Minimal difference. The B9 is the best value OLED and an …Fake news. Minimal difference. The B9 is the best value OLED and an incredible TV in every respect. Even the speakers aren't too shabby! The ONLY thing i would like it to have which it doesn't is 3D, but i know most people don't care (lol)I usually have my eye on a new TV all the time but this will be a fantastic TV until 8K content becomes more available, likely when the PlayStation 5 Pro and the X-Box equivalent are released in about 5 years. It has g-sync and 120fps support so is a superb TV for gaming, whether on next gen consoles or PC. Extremely low input lag and grey to grey response times make it a joy to look at. Dolby Vision is supported which is the best quality HDR you can get but it also supports regular HDR for PS4 gaming.I must say though, Curry's are a very poor company to deal with if anything goes wrong, they will do everything they can to avoid giving you a replacement. I had an LF 4K 3D HDR TV with the worst vertical banding i have ever seen, i sent it back and they just sent it back to me and said there's nothing wrong with it! It took a lot of persistence to finally get that to fix it, eventually they replaced the screen i believe and the banding went down back to being almost unnoticeable (most LEDs have banding if you really look for it). I will never purchase a TV from them again.


Listen to Trump here. B range are awful. For another £100-£200 get the C9
Orin_hasan26/04/2020 04:36

[Image] Mate you should check this out …[Image] Mate you should check this out https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/lg-c9-vs-lg-b9/802/915


Classic switch selling
Hasn124426/04/2020 04:18

In 55 inch model if maybe a hundred or so it maybe worth paying. In 65 …In 55 inch model if maybe a hundred or so it maybe worth paying. In 65 inch it's 500 to 400 difference which is a huge amount of money.


Yes in 55 inch terms. 65 inch not so much...however 65 inch is too big in my opinion but others would disagree.
Hasn124426/04/2020 04:17

That's not true in what aspect? Image quality wise their is not all that …That's not true in what aspect? Image quality wise their is not all that much difference. Professional TV reviewers have said the b9 is extremely close image wise and in most instances they were struggling to tell the difference even when next to each other until scrutinising graphs from measurements they take with professional tools. So no I wouldn't say its nowhere near. Check HDTV org review or CNET. It's slightly better on lower quality content as the processor does a better job of hiding image defects. It has slightly more nits brightness but again splitting hairs to see difference in real world. Scrolling menus is obviously slower due to slower chipset.


“Professional TV viewers”
B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. Simple as that.
B range has struggled with dark colours, brightness...etc etc.
lordwc26/04/2020 07:19

Listen to Trump here. B range are awful. For another £100-£200 get the C9


You have no idea what you're talking about so it's probably best to stop.
lordwc26/04/2020 07:27

“Professional TV viewers” B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. …“Professional TV viewers” B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. Simple as that. B range has struggled with dark colours, brightness...etc etc.


The C9 is only capable of displaying slightly higher nits, most people wouldn't even notice the difference. The C9 is capable of 150 nits more, sure its little better but calling the B9 awful because of that is absurd. It struggles with dark colours? That's a joke right? No OLED struggles with dark colours. And the B9 was released at the same time, it is NOT older tech. Stop spreading nonsense information.
Edited by: "Rayza" 26th Apr
lordwc26/04/2020 07:27

“Professional TV viewers” B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. …“Professional TV viewers” B9 is cheaper older tech ...C9 is latest. Simple as that. B range has struggled with dark colours, brightness...etc etc.


He said reviewers, not viewers. Jeez.
Rayza26/04/2020 07:48

You have no idea what you're talking about so it's probably best to stop.


It is awful the B9 will be the worst TV possible you can buy, worse than the BM Sharp TV or Polaroid ones from the supermarket

Awful must be slang these days for good like sick means great
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