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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play Instore at Costco for £2,399 (£900 less than JL / RS)
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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play Instore at Costco for £2,399 (£900 less than JL / RS)

£2,399£3,29927%Costco Deals
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Posted 2nd JulAvailable: National

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This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Costco selling the LG 65 C9 for £900 less than JL / RS

55 inch also available for £1679

5 year warranty included

If you call Costco they can tell you the closest store to you with stock.

Alternatively, you can request other retailers to price match/beat if you'd prefer to buy elsewhere / don't have a Costco membership

Regarding the TV, according to What HiFI, Home Cinema, Rtings.com and so on.....It's the best you can get right now
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See the OLED difference for yourself
With advanced Pixel Level Dimming, OLED remains one of the best options for class-leading picture quality. Unlike LED screens, OLED doesn't require backlighting, so the colour is consistent right across the screen, with greatly enhanced contrast levels.

Powerful new processor at its heart
With the a9 Gen 2 processor at its heart, this 65 inch LG TV is not only faster at processing but brings about a whole host of new features. Intelligent Artificial Intelligence (AI) benefits both picture and sound for the clearest images and audio yet. Combined with HDMI2.1 sockets, the powerful processor also supports exciting new picture technologies, such as High Frame Rate and Dynamic HDR.

HDMI 2.1 connectivity for wider support
Featuring HDMI 2.1 sockets gives this LG greatly enhanced connectivity. HDMI 2.1 supports Dynamic HDR. This lets the TV adjust the picture frame-by-frame for active control of the contrast. For gaming and VR headset use, Variable Refresh Rate and Quick Frame Transport aim to reduce lag and provide a smoother and more responsive feel. HDMI 2.1 also supports eARC – an upgraded Audio Return Channel that supports DTS:X and Dolby Atmos from TV to audio system.

AI Picture
Artificial Intelligence comes of age with LG’s Deep Learning AI Picture. This clever system compares the signal with a table of content and automatically adjusts the picture quality to the most accurate image possible. Using an ambient light sensor, the system adjusts screen brightness and other criteria (with HDR signals). The result is greater realism with a cleaner and sharper picture.

AI Sound
If you fancy a more cinematic sound from your TV, then LG’s AI Sound should be music to your ears. Using AI algorithms, AI Sound up-mixes two-channel audio to virtual 5.1 sound – giving a much more immersive sound stage. The powerful a9 Gen 2 processor also optimises the sound based on content type – giving clearer vocals with news and dramas. The powerful AI can also take account of your room’s acoustics and layout and adjusts to give the cleanest sound possible.

Dolby Atmos compatible sound
With a Dolby Atmos processor built-in this LG OLED 65” TV decodes Atmos sound tracks - giving you the potential for an even more immersive sound. With its built-in 2.2 speaker set-up and a 40 watt amp, the OLED65C9PLA delivers a smooth, well-balanced sound.

Upgrade to wireless surround sound with WiSA*
WiSA stands for Wireless Speaker & Audio. The system wirelessly streams sound up to 24bit 96kHz, 8-channels and includes Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. WiSA is flexible as you decide which speakers you want and where you want them – they don’t even have to be from LG. Simply look for WiSA supported speakers and decide how you’d like your audio to sound. *Separate dongle purchase required.

Now featuring Apple AirPlay 2 and Apple TV app
With support for Apple AirPlay 2, this LG 65 inch TV lets you effortlessly stream from your Apple device. Even better, support for Apple’s TV app (coming later this year) means you can enjoy Apple’s 4K HDR content – featuring top quality Dolby Atmos and Vision. Support for Apple’s HomeKit makes this LG highly compatible with the whole Apple system.

Smart voice control – ThinQ AI integrates with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa*
Voice control has got much smarter with this LG TV. Press the dedicated voice mic button and ThinQ AI decides if the TV’s software or Google Assistant handles the command. Google Assistant is capable of changing the channel and input via voice command. It also integrates with services such as Google Photos and Google Maps to make your TV an even greater source of entertainment. As an alternative, direct voice control via Amazon Alexa is also set to be an option from mid/late 2019. *Alexa built-in upgrade due later in the year.

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For those questioning its value over the previous years model this set is probably worth it for HDMI 2.1 alone.

Which given that both Sony and Microsoft have announced that their new consoles will support 4k 120fps gaming and HDMI 2.1 is imperative to utilise this it really probably should be a priority if you’re a big gamer and in the market for a new TV.
Edited by: "GameOverRob" 3rd Jul
Not a bad price for the latest model if you have a light controlled setup and patient enough to watch carefully curated content filtered for black bars, bright logos, tickers,etc.
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Not a bad price for the latest model if you have a light controlled setup and patient enough to watch carefully curated content filtered for black bars, bright logos, tickers,etc.
Brilliant price for a fantastic screen. If I had the money it would be an instant buy
Wow this is an incredible price. Surprised it's at this price already
Anyone know if they got these in Costco Wembley
Too much cbeebies and music channels and therefore risk of screen burn unfortunately for me
Which store was this please @bailey87 ?
Just rang my local costco and trying to confirm
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Milton Keynes, Croydon, Southampton, Farnborough - all had stock
That's crazy. Is this worth an extra 600 over the 65C8?
Cracking deal
DarrylJohn02/07/2019 19:55

That's crazy. Is this worth an extra 600 over the 65C8?


It is for me
tempt02/07/2019 19:20

Not a bad price for the latest model if you have a light controlled setup …Not a bad price for the latest model if you have a light controlled setup and patient enough to watch carefully curated content filtered for black bars, bright logos, tickers,etc.


Yes you have to baby them abit but that’s ott. Why would you filter for black bars when the pixels are completely switched off?
5Rivers7902/07/2019 20:03

Yes you have to baby them abit but that’s ott. Why would you filter for b …Yes you have to baby them abit but that’s ott. Why would you filter for black bars when the pixels are completely switched off?



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Blimey!

Paid same price for the 55E6 a few yrs back! Have some heat
tempt02/07/2019 20:06

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Hmmm very strange. Not got a single black bar burn on my oled and I’ve had it a while now. You sure that isn’t a news channel banner?
Best TVs on the planet
Checked these in store and don’t see any difference from 2018 models. Faster processor doesn’t convince me so spend hundreds for 2019 model.
I would go for 2018 model roughly 35% cheaper.
Unreal deal esp. the 55inch model
Edited by: "Gentlesnipes" 2nd Jul
Fantastic deal but I'd save a few hundred and get the C8, use the savings to get yourself a decent 4k bluray player and watch in awe!
tempt02/07/2019 20:06

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What model is this? I’m guessing it’s a 7 series that did seem to suffer some major issues that have been resolved with the 8 & 9 models.
Edited by: "Denziloshamen" 2nd Jul
bailey8702/07/2019 19:54

Milton Keynes, Croydon, Southampton, Farnborough - all had stock


Dang son, can you please call back and ask for stock in Wembley
slliw02/07/2019 21:20

Dang son, can you please call back and ask for stock in Wembley


if your local Costco doesn’t have stock, there’s always the possibility of requesting a price match with another retailer
What price do we expect this to come down to by black Friday?

If it's only a couple of hundred less, I may just pull the trigger now
Great price, great TV
I think Hayes has some. I was there yesterday picking up an FZ952 and seem to remember looking at it while I was waiting for help
For those questioning its value over the previous years model this set is probably worth it for HDMI 2.1 alone.

Which given that both Sony and Microsoft have announced that their new consoles will support 4k 120fps gaming and HDMI 2.1 is imperative to utilise this it really probably should be a priority if you’re a big gamer and in the market for a new TV.
Edited by: "GameOverRob" 3rd Jul
Pshhh I can get a 65" from Argos for £550!

Great deal - should be hotter than the weather in London right now
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37983148-zTR3k.jpgProud owner of an 19 month old B7.

Yeah no chance I'm buying another LG OLED until they change their stance on this, they want £1900 to fix.

And for all the deniers, I took so much care to make sure this never happened. Pixel refresh daily, screen saver enabled, never keep the same source on for long, screen shift, low panel brightness. Not a happy chap at all!

Because of this I cannot possibly recommend any LG OLED, a TV should last long than 18 months
Bsod03/07/2019 11:56

[Image] [Image] Proud owner of an 19 month old B7. Yeah no chance I'm …[Image] [Image] Proud owner of an 19 month old B7. Yeah no chance I'm buying another LG OLED until they change their stance on this, they want £1900 to fix.And for all the deniers, I took so much care to make sure this never happened. Pixel refresh daily, screen saver enabled, never keep the same source on for long, screen shift, low panel brightness. Not a happy chap at all!Because of this I cannot possibly recommend any LG OLED, a TV should last long than 18 months


Bit shocked by the Netflix logo burn in. The inbuilt Netflix app would activate the screen saver if you pause for longer than a minute. Only way I see this happening is if you are using Netflix from an external source such as Xbox or the PS4.

Had an e6 for 3 years with no burn in but did get a pixelated line running across the screen. Lucky I got a full refund back and now looking at the C9 as a replacement.
slliw03/07/2019 12:11

Bit shocked by the Netflix logo burn in. The inbuilt Netflix app would …Bit shocked by the Netflix logo burn in. The inbuilt Netflix app would activate the screen saver if you pause for longer than a minute. Only way I see this happening is if you are using Netflix from an external source such as Xbox or the PS4. Had an e6 for 3 years with no burn in but did get a pixelated line running across the screen. Lucky I got a full refund back and now looking at the C9 as a replacement.



I was wondering myself. He must have been using netflix for everything but watching movies and shows:D
Bsod03/07/2019 11:56

[Image] [Image] Proud owner of an 19 month old B7. Yeah no chance I'm …[Image] [Image] Proud owner of an 19 month old B7. Yeah no chance I'm buying another LG OLED until they change their stance on this, they want £1900 to fix.And for all the deniers, I took so much care to make sure this never happened. Pixel refresh daily, screen saver enabled, never keep the same source on for long, screen shift, low panel brightness. Not a happy chap at all!Because of this I cannot possibly recommend any LG OLED, a TV should last long than 18 months


OLED is organic and susceptible to decay over time. The pixel refresh becomes less effective on decaying OLED and rot sets in. The lifespan of OLED TVs is around 2 to 3 years and it is good strategy because they can sell more TVs
tempt03/07/2019 12:21

OLED is organic and susceptible to decay over time. The pixel refresh …OLED is organic and susceptible to decay over time. The pixel refresh becomes less effective on decaying OLED and rot sets in. The lifespan of OLED TVs is around 2 to 3 years and it is good strategy because they can sell more TVs



Tell me my master. 2-3 years TV always on or always off? Shall i go for QLED as they have 10 years burn-in warranty even they dont burn-in? (this was one of your stupidest comments in OLED deal)
Edited by: "chriskrt" 3rd Jul
GameOverRob03/07/2019 09:04

For those questioning its value over the previous years model this set is …For those questioning its value over the previous years model this set is probably worth it for HDMI 2.1 alone


Logged in solely to say this, but liked your comment instead. This is the real difference and definitely worth the upgrade alone.
tempt03/07/2019 12:21

OLED is organic and susceptible to decay over time. The pixel refresh …OLED is organic and susceptible to decay over time. The pixel refresh becomes less effective on decaying OLED and rot sets in. The lifespan of OLED TVs is around 2 to 3 years and it is good strategy because they can sell more TVs


2-3 years wow you're very wrong
GameOverRob03/07/2019 09:04

For those questioning its value over the previous years model this set is …For those questioning its value over the previous years model this set is probably worth it for HDMI 2.1 alone


Yes, this at £2399 is an absolute stonking buy for a 2019 well future proofed HDMI 2.1 TV.

The 65C8 can be had for around £1699 elsewhere making that £700 cheaper than this at the moment. It's quite a saving which could get you a UB9000 to give you a potentially awesome set up.

Costco got some great deals all round at the moment, picked up a KD65A1
Edited by: "ekko.star" 3rd Jul
Called up Wembley 0 in stock 0 expected to be delivered 😞
Hmm, though personally I would have a use for HDMI2.1 I'm really not getting why people think that feature is worth that alone for the extra. Almost no one will be using the features that require 2.1 and most of those features can actually be available in 2.0b.

It's not like this TV is 8K 60Hz. The one real benefit is passing Dolby Atmos in TrueHD from the TV, but how many people would do that, a tiny portion as most people with that requirement will just have the UHD Bluray plugged straight into their AVR.

Am I missing something?
slliw03/07/2019 12:11

Bit shocked by the Netflix logo burn in. The inbuilt Netflix app would …Bit shocked by the Netflix logo burn in. The inbuilt Netflix app would activate the screen saver if you pause for longer than a minute. Only way I see this happening is if you are using Netflix from an external source such as Xbox or the PS4. Had an e6 for 3 years with no burn in but did get a pixelated line running across the screen. Lucky I got a full refund back and now looking at the C9 as a replacement.


Nope, I use the webos Netflix app so stumped to why this happened.

The one of the left is Good Morning Britain logo which I typically watch for about 20 mins each max morning whilst having a brew.

Always been incredibly paranoid about screen burn after hearing horror stories on here. I even lept to LGs defense on a number of occasions!!

It's not right and totally put me off buying an LG OLED again. This isn't fair as expected the set to at least last 3 years before upgrading. Next TV wil be with a different manufacturer, do any OLED providers offer a burn in warranty? If not then it's back to LED/LCD until the technology matures.
maxcovergold03/07/2019 13:11

Hmm, though personally I would have a use for HDMI2.1 I'm really not …Hmm, though personally I would have a use for HDMI2.1 I'm really not getting why people think that feature is worth that alone for the extra. Almost no one will be using the features that require 2.1 and most of those features can actually be available in 2.0b.It's not like this TV is 8K 60Hz. The one real benefit is passing Dolby Atmos in TrueHD from the TV, but how many people would do that, a tiny portion as most people with that requirement will just have the UHD Bluray plugged straight into their AVR.Am I missing something?


4k 120fps gaming, both Sony and Microsoft have announced that the new consoles will support it. HDMI 2.1 should really be on your shopping list if your a big gamer, but after my experience (above) I would suggest going with another manufacturer.
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