LG OLED65B6V 65" £2799 @ ao.com Possible 11% cashback TCB making it: £2494
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LG OLED65B6V 65" £2799 @ ao.com Possible 11% cashback TCB making it: £2494

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Found 27th Dec 2016
At £2799 most places now. But TCB have 11% off TV's over £750 which could potentially bring this down to £2494.

I know this is not guaranteed and a lot of people don't like AO..... but hopefully it might help someone looking to buy. I am sorely tempted.

Key features:

Certified 4K Ultra HD Premium with 4K upscaling
OLED + HDR Dolby Vision - stunning contrast & colour
Smart TV - Catch up, movies, 4K streaming & webOS 3.0
Freeview HD & Freesat HD - over 200 free channels
4 HDMI & 3 USB - Plug in lots of devices at once

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maybe it's cold as most places offering 5 yr warranty. Can't see what' warrantys with this.

Original Poster

Looks like it's only 1-year manufacturers warranty.

is it daft to want/expect this tv in January to drop to the 2k point after 2017 models get released, as I've been waiting for a few months now.

Yea, they don't make that much in terms of profit so retailers would have to negotiate with manufactures to get the price anywhere near 2k.

3dvws

is it daft to want/expect this tv in January to drop to the 2k point … is it daft to want/expect this tv in January to drop to the 2k point after 2017 models get released, as I've been waiting for a few months now.


No its not daft at all. I am with you on this one. Wishful thinking. (_;)

was trying to find out what the reduction was for the 2015 models after 2016 models were released, can't really find anything on it... truth is in order to pull the trigger I'm hoping for something closer to 1700 mark, but have no idea what to expect or where to lookout for a deal when time comes.. will it be an instore only kind of thing or what I wonder

also have got a little confused of late about if the e6v version has a better panel? not interested in any extras like better sound etc as I have a good home cinema DTS X / ATMOS setup so just interested in the best panel and nothing extra, ideally would like to get something like a 75", but the hype round oled seems there's something to it. have been instore and compared all the latest tv in person, have to say the top of the range Sammys did look as good to me, but it'd hard to say whats better imo from just looking instore.

Original Poster

Can't be arsed posting another deal because it will probably get voted cold. But Currys now have 11% off through Quidco. Currys give a 5 year warranty.

Personally I don't think this TV will come down to near £2000 by the end of next year. Maybe closer to £2300 - £2400.
Edited by moderator: "Dec 29, 2016 18:42: correction" 29th Dec 2016
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