LG65b7 OLED 65” & 55” Reduced on Very with 20% off Code £500 off From £2449 to £1999.99
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LG65b7 OLED 65” & 55” Reduced on Very with 20% off Code £500 off From £2449 to £1999.99

£1,999.99Very Deals
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Found 5th Apr
Hi all,

Very have 20% off items using MJWTA code of next purchase. Got it via txt message. Got Lg 65” tv oled for £1999.99 from £2499. Got £500 off Wowsers.

You can do it any other Tv but not computers, sale items, apple products.
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Thanks for sharing op and welcome
Code invalid for me
Wouldn't work for.me either. Gutted, that 55 is ready to be paid for....
Saying that, if anyone does have a code and they are not going to use it, i would greatly appreciate the use of it :-)
Code invalid for me.
I'd be careful using codes with Very as I think they charge full amount and refund the discount later. Codes are usually uniquely handed out and not for everyone.

Stunning price and deal if it works. I bought the 65" in Jan.
Edited by: "VikJ" 5th Apr
Yes, Very is great unless you try to game the system such as using someone else's personal discount code. You may find the discount withdrawn after the fact and you'd be charged the full price.
I think this is a targeted code for specific accounts...I got a text giving me a code for 20% off selected Samsung mobile phones...so sounds like people are getting different codes for different items...

The above code didn't work for me, unfortunately...
The code will only work for certain accounts, if you did not given this code directly from them expect to pay the full price
VikJ25 m ago

I'd be careful using codes with Very as I think they charge full amount …I'd be careful using codes with Very as I think they charge full amount and refund the discount later. Codes are usually uniquely handed out and not for everyone.Stunning price and deal if it works. I bought the 65" in Jan.


I recently used a 20% code with Very and the discount was applied instantly, still haven't received the TV yet tho, still it's only been 6 weeks, Very customer service leaves a lot to be desired.
reaper19511 h, 12 m ago

I recently used a 20% code with Very and the discount was applied …I recently used a 20% code with Very and the discount was applied instantly, still haven't received the TV yet tho, still it's only been 6 weeks, Very customer service leaves a lot to be desired.



Are they custom building it to order?
Cold for the Click Bait
rossington45 m ago

Are they custom building it to order?


It's a very long story, including 6 customer centre phone calls, several missed promised delivery dates, cancelled orders" not by me"
re-ordereding but not at original price with the Discount. But at the moment it is due for delivery on the 12/04 hopefully 2018. This is all due to the fact that all though showing as in stock on the web site, it has never been in stock at any time since I ordered it until hopefully now.
new acct and cc never used before 20% off £300 off a 55B7 not bad
REAL_DEAL36 m ago

new acct and cc never used before 20% off £300 off a 55B7 not bad


Is that 20% off not off a Very credit account order? Is there a way to simply set up a new account and order using a 20% off code (as a new customer), but pay using a credit card rather than applying for a Very credit account?
I get 20% off codes regular from very. However my credit limit isn't high enough for this.
LXJPT also gives 10% off but still only 1 year warranty I believe. Come on RS drop the price and I will buy one!
Can anyone confirm 20% off the 55B7?
If youre in/around Manchester go to the curry's clearance center and they have the 65b and 65c up for 1999 however they will give you a further 10 percent off the full price. They're ex display models from the stores but for 1749 with a 5 year warranty included yiu can't really complain.
hamtt14 h, 29 m ago

If youre in/around Manchester go to the curry's clearance center and they …If youre in/around Manchester go to the curry's clearance center and they have the 65b and 65c up for 1999 however they will give you a further 10 percent off the full price. They're ex display models from the stores but for 1749 with a 5 year warranty included yiu can't really complain.


Where in Manchester is the clearance store?
Do you have a link please?
poisondwarf5 h, 27 m ago

Where in Manchester is the clearance store?Do you have a link please?


They don't have them online. It's near ancoats, was the flagship pc World store when it opened, I think its on Ashton old Rd and on the corner, it's a big prominent building. They also do auctions every week for the stuff they can't sell fast enough but that's usually white goods or more mainstream products
33600754-Po1Xq.jpgSpeak to idris, the name on the receipt, he'll sort you out with the discount.
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hamtt9 m ago

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Thanks for that, the address is on the receipt.
I ll have to call in and have a look around
Edited by: "poisondwarf" 8th Apr
Sorry, but if there’s ever a way to increase your chances of suffering from burn-in then buying an ex-display one must be one of the best.
Amazon Germany have the 65 OLED for £2100 !!
Sadly they wont ship to UK

amazon.de/LG-…led
Edited by: "Rup" 8th Apr
Great deal but the drive from Glasgow may take a bit too long.
axum14 h, 24 m ago

Sorry, but if there’s ever a way to increase your chances of suffering f …Sorry, but if there’s ever a way to increase your chances of suffering from burn-in then buying an ex-display one must be one of the best.


The burn in issue is hugely over-inflated. I work in the laptop refurbishing industry and oled/Rgb screens have been in use for several years on high end models and we literally leave them burning in for weeks without any issues. The burn in you get with oled isn't the sort of burn-in/ghosting you used to get with the old crt TV sets so it's a bit of a misnomer. Besides, what's the 5 year warranty for? And after 5 years it'll probably be only worth 50p anyway.
hamtt1 h, 0 m ago

The burn in issue is hugely over-inflated. I work in the laptop …The burn in issue is hugely over-inflated. I work in the laptop refurbishing industry and oled/Rgb screens have been in use for several years on high end models and we literally leave them burning in for weeks without any issues. The burn in you get with oled isn't the sort of burn-in/ghosting you used to get with the old crt TV sets so it's a bit of a misnomer. Besides, what's the 5 year warranty for? And after 5 years it'll probably be only worth 50p anyway.


They don't seem to be over-inflated where this panel is concerned. Yes, it's usually the "bad news" that gets highlighted and i'm sure it's a fairly small percentage but still, there are a lot of cases of burn-in being reported - and i don't mean image retention.

The warranty doesn't cover burn-in.
axum7 h, 29 m ago

They don't seem to be over-inflated where this panel is concerned. Yes, …They don't seem to be over-inflated where this panel is concerned. Yes, it's usually the "bad news" that gets highlighted and i'm sure it's a fairly small percentage but still, there are a lot of cases of burn-in being reported - and i don't mean image retention.The warranty doesn't cover burn-in.


Oh yes it does. Unfortunately manufacturers/retailers can't choose what to and what not to cover under a warranty as thanks to EU consumer law.
hamtt2 h, 32 m ago

Oh yes it does. Unfortunately manufacturers/retailers can't choose what to …Oh yes it does. Unfortunately manufacturers/retailers can't choose what to and what not to cover under a warranty as thanks to EU consumer law.



I’d say good luck to anyone trying, especially with a set that’s already been used in a shop....I’ve not heard anyone having any luck in trying to claim back for the issue.
axum10 h, 37 m ago

I’d say good luck to anyone trying, especially with a set that’s already be …I’d say good luck to anyone trying, especially with a set that’s already been used in a shop....I’ve not heard anyone having any luck in trying to claim back for the issue.


They've barely been put long enough for anyone to have suffered the issue. If they have then it's been a faulty panel from the start. Trust me I've been enough times on the other side trying to defend claims and any court in the UK or eu would have no qualms in holding up a case brought against a retailer/manufacturer for a 2k TV to be expected to last 5-6 years without any degredation in performance. If you have any doubts go look at the nvidia case or the macbook delamination cases. Doesn't matter how big a manufacturer is and what they say to try to get out if it. Consumers have a lot of rights that are protected that even a signed contract can't void nevermind a normal retail sale. All these after sales warranties are useless. EU law pretty much gives you a 5-6 year warranty on all electronic goods as long as you're the original purchaser. The retailer is held liable shoukd the manufacturer refuse to resolve. And yes, curry's previously were taken to court (and always settled before hearing) over failed laptops with nvidia chips even 3-4 years after purchase date.
The only exception to the above is B2B sales, all retail sales are protected as described.
hamtt6 h, 38 m ago

The only exception to the above is B2B sales, all retail sales are …The only exception to the above is B2B sales, all retail sales are protected as described.


Appreciate you taking the time to respond. I think your words would help a lot of people who have either had the problem or are put off because of it.
hamtt8th Apr

[Image] Speak to idris, the name on the receipt, he'll sort you out with …[Image] Speak to idris, the name on the receipt, he'll sort you out with the discount.

wow what a bargain
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