LG OLED55E7N £2499 @ Richer sounds with £500 cashback
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LG OLED55E7N £2499 @ Richer sounds with £500 cashback

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Found 25th Jan
£500 cash back on 55 E7N
£800 cash back on 65 E7N
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I should have got one when it was £1499 or even better with £500 cash back on top £999
This is the same as the JL deal posted earlier in the week so more of a reminder that the LG offer is ending soon.
Edited by: "AJ92" 25th Jan
how do you think prices will go after this offer ends? Will it decrease as we get closer to the new range release? I'm after the 65" screen and hoping for a drop to the 2k mark. Not so fussed about the e series, happy with a b7 as can't justify ~£600 difference (after the £800 cashback has been applied!) for the same screen tech but the b7 is still around the £2.5 mark.
AJ9233 m ago

This is the same as the JL deal posted earlier in the week so more of a …This is the same as the JL deal posted earlier in the week so more of a reminder that the LG offer is ending soon.


I searched for this before posting, I could not find one, I didn't want to repeat the offer
Good thing I bought the 65 E7 for £2499
Anil903 m ago

Good thing I bought the 65 E7 for £2499


Jealous
jon2350513 m ago

I searched for this before posting, I could not find one, I didn't want to …I searched for this before posting, I could not find one, I didn't want to repeat the offer


Correction it was posted yesterday:


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wildswan30 m ago

Jealous


Hopefully you will find one at that price to
Snubbed1 h, 31 m ago

how do you think prices will go after this offer ends? Will it decrease as …how do you think prices will go after this offer ends? Will it decrease as we get closer to the new range release? I'm after the 65" screen and hoping for a drop to the 2k mark. Not so fussed about the e series, happy with a b7 as can't justify ~£600 difference (after the £800 cashback has been applied!) for the same screen tech but the b7 is still around the £2.5 mark.


Price will remain about the same then they'll disappear from market except for few ebay outlets of distributors or instore. I picked up some quality 2016 TVs from eBay last year after they were discontinued. With that said OLED will remain the same price for a bit regardless due to manufacturing cost. There is a new manufacturing technique which is on the horizon that uses inkjet printers rather than evaporation. It is thought to be the mass market key for OLED TVs- bringing price down and hopefully resolving banding issues previous screens have had.
Edited by: "IronSoldier" 25th Jan
Just saw the e6 65 inch in coscto and they want a ridiculous £3300
This will be discontinued in about 8 weeks time & im pretty sure the new lg oled will be around £3k 55 inch & £4K 65 inch for at least 6 months when they are released
Use code TV100 at currys to get it to £2399 then claim £500 back for £1899. Still get 5yr warranty.
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