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LG OLED77C9PLA 77 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV at Costco for £5399.99
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LG OLED77C9PLA 77 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV at Costco for £5399.99

£5,399.99£5,999.9910%Costco Deals
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Posted 19th Jan

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Lowest price ever for the 77"OLED, although I do personally find oled over 65" way to expensive compared to LCD screens (nearly brought the Q90R but ended up with OLED65C9PLA)

Online costco membership is £15.
Richer sounds will price beat by £100 making it £5299.99 + 6 year warranty



Free sky offer still available until 23rd Jan for new or existing customers. Worth up to £720.

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FYI here is the rest of Costco pricing as you need to login for some.

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FYI here is the rest of Costco pricing as you need to login for some.

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Was also torn between LG and Samsung and then plunged for Q950. Very impressed so far.
sal1mkhan19/01/2020 10:46

Was also torn between LG and Samsung and then plunged for Q950. Very …Was also torn between LG and Samsung and then plunged for Q950. Very impressed so far.


I found the Q90R looked better than the Q950 in richer sounds, don't get me wrong it looked great but felt like they comprised picture quality to fit in 8k, plus it was more expensive. I think the 75" Q90R was £3299 at the time think the Q950 was over £4000. Went for the C9 65" at £1799 as picture was better. No way I could afford 77" OLED prices. Still want a 75"+ screen one day as it will fit given I'm sat 4.5metres away.
Anyone know if Cosco also have a good price on the Lg OLED55C9LA ? (Did not see the 55c9 on the list posted)
wgilbert19/01/2020 11:25

Anyone know if Cosco also have a good price on the Lg OLED55C9LA ? (Did …Anyone know if Cosco also have a good price on the Lg OLED55C9LA ? (Did not see the 55c9 on the list posted)


That's all they got online at the moment. Local stores might have stock. But everyone has jacked up prices on 55/65 B and C models in the last week. So I would wait it out.
Jonwillis19/01/2020 11:33

That's all they got online at the moment. Local stores might have stock. …That's all they got online at the moment. Local stores might have stock. But everyone has jacked up prices on 55/65 B and C models in the last week. So I would wait it out.



I think you're right, 55C9 went down to £1250 at some sellers just after new years but it's back to around £1499 now.
£5K on a TV... mad! If you can justify spending that much on a TV I'm pretty sure your time is better spent doing something more interesting than browsing deals websites for small discounts.
The 65C9 was £1849 and 55 £1249 just days ago before going up in price, wait until May then this one will be sub 3k I reckon when new models come out
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 19th Jan
wipe0wt209719/01/2020 13:10

The 65C9 was £1849 and 55 £1249 just days ago before going up in price, w …The 65C9 was £1849 and 55 £1249 just days ago before going up in price, wait until May then this one will be sub 3k I reckon when new models come out


3 grand for a 77" OLED? Probably not boss.
rev619/01/2020 18:17

3 grand for a 77" OLED? Probably not boss.


4K is about the lowest they tend to go after the new models have come. LG did say they were going to charge less for 77" this year but who knows by how much with them and how it'll affect things.
encaser19/01/2020 19:21

4K is about the lowest they tend to go after the new models have come. LG …4K is about the lowest they tend to go after the new models have come. LG did say they were going to charge less for 77" this year but who knows by how much with them and how it'll affect things.


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Costco was £3300 and curry's did do clearance in July 2018 for £2999, so it's possible
Sounds terrific order me 6 ,People on here looking for bargains mainly because they ain't got a lot of spare cash you Muppet.
Oddso20/01/2020 01:59

Sounds terrific order me 6 ,People on here looking for bargains mainly …Sounds terrific order me 6 ,People on here looking for bargains mainly because they ain't got a lot of spare cash you Muppet.


No not really - many people are also on here because they have cash to spend however want to get it for the best price possible. If I’m spending £5k and can save few hundred quid i still would. So pipe down you muppet
Why is the price SO MUCH higher for a 77" units vs 65"?

The price increase from 55" - 65" is nowhere near this. I am assuming it's to do with scale of production from 55" - 77" but still...damn.
DevilsNeverCry20/01/2020 12:05

Why is the price SO MUCH higher for a 77" units vs 65"?The price increase …Why is the price SO MUCH higher for a 77" units vs 65"?The price increase from 55" - 65" is nowhere near this. I am assuming it's to do with scale of production from 55" - 77" but still...damn.


That's what I suspect too. Oled is expensive anyway, so I suspect they don't make enough 77 models to bring down the cost. Plus the bigger the screen the higher the lower the production yield. You get the same with graphics card. Too many bad pixels or transistors and you have the scrap the item bringing the overall cost per unit up.
rev619/01/2020 18:17

3 grand for a 77" OLED? Probably not boss.


Erm 65 inch was £1849 a few days ago.....then the CX (I think) are coming in May so prices will drop, they only went up because LG ran out of stock
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 20th Jan
Jonwillis20/01/2020 13:38

That's what I suspect too. Oled is expensive anyway, so I suspect they …That's what I suspect too. Oled is expensive anyway, so I suspect they don't make enough 77 models to bring down the cost. Plus the bigger the screen the higher the lower the production yield. You get the same with graphics card. Too many bad pixels or transistors and you have the scrap the item bringing the overall cost per unit up.


Yeah, it's production yield and the size of the sheets they use which restrict how many of what size can be cut. 55" is still the best seller too overall worldwide and allows the most cuts.
The latest LG plants were said to be able to produce bigger scale sheets and with it panels, allowing for a price cut, so maybe this year will see a drop...Assuming manufacturers don't use BREXIT as an 'uncertainty cost'.
wipe0wt209720/01/2020 15:00

Erm 65 inch was £1849 a few days ago.....then the CX (I think) are coming …Erm 65 inch was £1849 a few days ago.....then the CX (I think) are coming in May so prices will drop, they only went up because LG ran out of stock


Erm ok
encaser20/01/2020 15:58

Yeah, it's production yield and the size of the sheets they use which …Yeah, it's production yield and the size of the sheets they use which restrict how many of what size can be cut. 55" is still the best seller too overall worldwide and allows the most cuts.The latest LG plants were said to be able to produce bigger scale sheets and with it panels, allowing for a price cut, so maybe this year will see a drop...Assuming manufacturers don't use BREXIT as an 'uncertainty cost'.


I think the next CX lineup will feature a 48 inch too, interesting how there trying to make smaller as well as larger
Going to be an interesting year. I was nailed on planning to get an OLED by the end of 2020 but i'm being swayed by the Samsung's. Had a look at the Q90 recently and was blown away.
Edited by: "ykhan16" 20th Jan
ykhan1620/01/2020 23:04

Going to be an interesting year. I was nailed on planning to get an OLED …Going to be an interesting year. I was nailed on planning to get an OLED by the end of 2020 but i'm being swayed by the Samsung's. Had a look at the Q90 recently and was blown away.


They are surprisingly good. The demo track really shows how far they have come with the black levels. My advise though is see the oled next to the qled in richer sounds under normal lighting and watch a film and normal TV. The contrast, detail and level of colour accuracy shows up the oled as been better.
But the Q90R has great reflection handling and is super bright so it has its use cases plus the 75in model is about 40% cheaper than oled, yet the 65" model was £500 more than oled...
wipe0wt209720/01/2020 18:37

I think the next CX lineup will feature a 48 inch too, interesting how …I think the next CX lineup will feature a 48 inch too, interesting how there trying to make smaller as well as larger


Yes, with Europe and smaller households in mind - and those who don't like big TVs!
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The price is even more annoying when you consider in the US the street price for this is $5k but over here it's been very rare to see it much under £6k
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