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LG OLED55E6V 55" HDR Ultra HD OLED TV £2290.74 (After 10% Topcashback - base price 2498.99 (2082.49 excl. VAT) - Crampton and Moore
LG OLED55E6V 55" HDR Ultra HD OLED TV £2290.74 (After 10% Topcashback - base price 2498.99 (2082.49 excl. VAT) - Crampton and Moore

LG OLED55E6V 55" HDR Ultra HD OLED TV £2290.74 (After 10% Topcashback - base price 2498.99 (2082.49 excl. VAT) - Crampton and Moore

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Looks like best price online at the moment even without the cashback. This has a built-in soundbar plus a better brightness than earlier/cheaper models. 5 year warranty included. Topcashback says 10% exclusive offer on "select 4k TVs" but link takes you to a page where the TV is featured so I'm assuming it's included.

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Won't the cash back be on the price before VAT? So £2,299 after cash back? Still a good price

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Geoggy

Won't the cash back be on the price before VAT? So £2,299 after cash … Won't the cash back be on the price before VAT? So £2,299 after cash back? Still a good price



Amended, thanks Geoggy, didn't realise

I think my uncle would be very anoyed he didnt wait for black Friday as he paid £2.7k from Currys approx 2 months back.

AJ92

I think my uncle would be very anoyed he didnt wait for black Friday as … I think my uncle would be very anoyed he didnt wait for black Friday as he paid £2.7k from Currys approx 2 months back.



No, he said he's cool with it.

Rogier_Arpignot

No, he said he's cool with it.


well if he paid that much doubt he would care.

Damn, amazing price. Paid 2300 for the B6V only around 3 months back (plus 140 odd cashback) but I've had 3 months of awesomeness out of it so can't really complain.

I don't trust any of these cashback sites. It's an added bonus on the small chance it tracks. Listing it as the main price in a deal is wrong imho. This title should be more like:

LG OLED55E6V 55" HDR Ultra HD OLED TV £ 2498.99 (After 10% Topcashback - £2,290.74) - Crampton and Moore

Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit more after january

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benjam1n

I don't trust any of these cashback sites. It's an added bonus on the … I don't trust any of these cashback sites. It's an added bonus on the small chance it tracks. Listing it as the main price in a deal is wrong imho. This title should be more like:LG OLED55E6V 55" HDR Ultra HD OLED TV £ 2498.99 (After 10% Topcashback - £2,290.74) - Crampton and Moore


Apologies I didn't mean to mislead

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stbk

Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit … Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit more after january


I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January sales, you think there will be much difference in price?

niceguyrick

I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January … I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January sales, you think there will be much difference in price?



In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on.
It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.

also have to consider the pound weakening further could influence new stock prices.

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stbk

In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the … In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on. It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.


I must admit I'm looking for a replacement for my current LG tv which is faulty. I'm still watching it as it's watchable but they're only giving me a refund after they've collected it from me. I've arranged for them to collect it in early January and was hoping for this model to come down a bit further in the January sales. Hope I'm right to wait a couple of months!

stbk

In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the … In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on. It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.



This is my dilemma, i feel that i should wait till jan when the price should drop further more once the 2017 models drop but then the stock for these wont be replenished . Timing is crucial

slliw

This is my dilemma, i feel that i should wait till jan when the price … This is my dilemma, i feel that i should wait till jan when the price should drop further more once the 2017 models drop but then the stock for these wont be replenished . Timing is crucial



And when it's on HUKD, it'll be sold out before you know it!
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