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LG OLED B7 OLED65B7V 65" Premium 4K Ultra HDR Smart OLED TV £1879 @ Hughes
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Seems like a good price delivered from a company I have only had good experiences with. I know there is a newer model out now but for about 1000 more for the 65 inch. Use voucher c… Read more

Any deals on punctuation? Because you need some.


As far as I knew, the only difference between the b7v and c7v are purely cosmetic. The internals are identical.


Any deals on this tv in the 55inch or the c7v (which reviews seem to say are better sound) can see £1299 at John Lewis but which says it’s a Best Buy but wait for a price drop as has been £1070 for the 55inch previously


Agreed. Stories about screen burn usually start with "my friend has one and...."


I brought a plasma when there were all the scare stories about screen burn. I have owned it for 8 years. No screen burn. I brought a Oled despite stories of screen burn. It's used for a lot of gaming sessions, some marathon sessions without rest. No screen burn. I havent read one comment on here from a oled owner, who has suffered screen burn. Just the non owners providing links to articles or supposedly knowing someone who owns Oled with a screen burn Is screen burn real? Yes, but in a small extreme percentage. The tests carried are very extreme and nothing like real world use

Free film rentals (including UHD) from Rakuten for LG & Samsung TV owners
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Rakuten are currently offering a free UHD (also HDR) film rental when you register an account through their app on compatible LG TVs (also reported to be available on some Samsung … Read more
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Was free for me until I rented something using points. Now offer has gone. ake sure you use the free offer before other offers (y) 🏻


Still £3.99 for me


FYI Ready Player One, recently posted as a £5.99 offer, is now available to rent. Still showing as £0.00 for me as you can see below. Pleasantly surprised as this is the movie I was originally hoping to watch when I discovered this deal


But your PayPal will be linked to a credit card / bank account and you'll maybe still get charged? (skeptical)


Great offer On our second free film Used same bank details for both accounts

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LG 55" OLED B7 4K TV (refurb) - £971.10 using code @ Richer Sounds
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Richer Sounds have refurbished stock of the LG OLED55B7V in their online clearance section for £1079. Apply the code VIP10 at checkout and this reduces the price by a further 1… Read more

Are you still talking about the TV or the wife?


A refurb at that price? Crazy. These OLED's will be new for less towards the end of the year which is probably the best time to buy TV's anyway.


Oooh I want one! Sadly my 50” Samsung Plasma (that I picked up for £350ish in the very first proper Black Friday deals in 2011 when everybody here got cross about how few of each deal item there were) is still going strong. I’ve met & married my wife in that time & had 2 kids. And STILL the TV hasn’t died. And it’s the Wife who won’t let me drop £1000 on a new one when the old one works perfectly. I should add this is hot. Prob wouldn’t buy the referb myself mind. Prefer new.


Wouldn’t pay that for a refurb, who knows how old it is or how much use it has had. Clearly the seller has little confindence in it as only a 12 month warranty. I have bought JL floor model tv and have the same 5 year warranty.


My LG has broken down twice and it’s barely 2 years old. It’s on the blink again and off to repairer under warranty again. You need a five year warranty on modern tellies esp if you’re spending a grand or more. Personally I don’t think these tellies are designed to last

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Lg oled 55b7v 55-inch £1169 using FACEBOOK code with 5yr warranty at Crampton & Moore
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Seems the cheapest price at present. Still a bit too high for me, but hopefully this will help someone. Includes 5 year warranty. Also 1% Quidco so a possible £1158 price...

Well I took my Chas brat level to the scale required to get it changed over last year, I really ain't sure I'll be getting the same conclusion this time round. Unfortunately one of the pitfalls of buying a pad in the middle of nowhere is you could end up overlooking Sir James Dyson's farmland as far as the eye can. Pretty obvious saying it seems to be the perfect location if you're in to entomology but not the best place to be for LCD televisions (skeptical) I must be one of the only people out there who has far bigger animosity towards Philips because of their Eindhoven roots than moving to China (lol) not the most pleasant football related experiences there in the 1990's


And if it goes wrong, six months down the line, they will have to replace with the newer model.


Here you go, one example of a post but I've read others too: avforums.com/threads/philips-55pos9002-tv-owners-and-discussion-thread.2137149/page-2 Post 47 and around


Awful issue to have hope you get that sorted in your favour


Sorry to hear about these problems affecting you as one of the things that was driving me up the wall about my Sammy was arc not working properly when it used to just fine; definitely read about sync and optical related issues and I think it was on avforums

LG 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 10 Smart LED TV £1499 @ Richer sounds with code
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Seems pretty decent for a 65 inch TV. However, I would like feedback from folks who are bit more experienced with these size TV's. Is it worth paying extra and going to OLED /QLED?… Read more

LG 65" OLED is only £500 more. Massive massive difference in quality. I got the 55" LG OLED, it's amazing.


Well specced TV for the money and after seeing one today, the picture quality is excellent.


You can get a 75 inch 4k TV for the same money.


No make in title?

LG OLED55C7V 55 inch £1148.97 instore @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Went in store to look at the OLED55B7V as mentioned on other threads and saw this TV. It's meant to be instore only across all Curry stores and seems to be same spec at the B7V. I … Read more

It was 1050 in my local when I checked last Wednesday, but wouldn't chance it, as no returns as its sold as seen, regarding burn in issues. Their b7v had obvious signs of burn in.


Last one left in Birmingham city centre


As others. Go get a new one for £50 more


Ooofff! Would not touch that with a barge pole of true. Burn in with OLED is related to cumulative hours of display, not consecutive hours of similar content. A panel with that mileage on it is not worth the gamble. Also, the only thing that helps prevent burn in is the compensation cycle that runs automatically when it’s in standby. If they’re pulling the plug every night then that isn’t happening. Pay the extra £50 for a B7 from Richer/JL


Good price if it isnt for the ex-display model. I bought the B7 today from Richer Sounds at £1199, I think this clearance price shows they arent going to get much cheaper, might not even get to the £1000 mark!!

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LG 55 INCH 4K ULTRA HD TV 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play  £619 @ Richer Sounds LG55SJ 810v
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
55 inch LG 810v £619 with voucher code, not really clued up on tvs but this seemed a good set from WHiCH Best Buy last year ??

How does this compare to the Sam's mu7000 55 inch?


Onto my 4th LG Can only say one thing about it Its not a Samsung thankfully They are cracking tvs at least 6 people I know have them on my recommendation


Is this the best 55" tv for around £600??? Please help :D


I'm in the same situation not sure what tv to go for


Thanks op, heat added. This or the Hisense 55U7A? Any thoughts?

LG OLED E7 55" TV - £1698 instore @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
2017 oled reduced in currys
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Anyone trust this pvdirect.co.uk? Or used them over the years to say they are credible? I never heard of them before now and they have some price that interest me. I don't however want to go with an untrusted seller


I It was a price match with a online company. PVDIRECT


Hello, how did you get the £250 off? With whom did you get a price match, or was it a code? Thanks


Oddly. That’s what I have done until oled prices drop a little more


I’d agree with that. However I’d also recommend oled over qled having looked at both in detail today. If you can stretch to it, go oled

2018 LG oled 55 inch @ RGB Direct - £2,499.99
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Looks like first discounted deal of 2018 lg oled

Is thisjust a pricing strategy to off the 2017 models?


Come black Friday this will be 1800


Can any of theses be super-slim mounted on a wall? My old Samsung f7000 is barely an inch away.


Silly new prices. Not enough of an increase in perofrmance to justify.


Guess I will pass... :). You can have nearly 2 of the b7v's for this price.

Selfridges London LG 55E7 OLED £1799
LocalLocalFound 1st JunFound 1st Jun
another good LG 55E7 oled deal. price is down to £1799 however you can combine this with a 10% offer, all you have to do is buy a secondary item i.e a £20 hdmi cable or something s… Read more

Sorry guys I misread the listing it was the 55” oled tv for £1499.99 this one is however more expensive than both Argos and curry’s for what appears to be the same LG tv


Everything you have said is an absolute fallacy. This is the 55E7V completely different to the C7/B7 as it has an integral Atmos soundbar. Show me a 65” OLED at 1500 at Argos and I’ll show you a liar.


No chance the 65" has ever been £1499 at Argos, Their one of the slowest to ever lower their prices and it would never of been that for a 65"


£1499 for a 65 oled, really?


This is a really expensive price for the 55” oled model I’ve been 65” oled LG tv for £1,499 on curry’s and Argos

LG 55" 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV £469 with £1 membership + £50 Co-op voucher @ Co-Op electrical
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Good set, quick sign up to co-op membership which costs a £1, add in membership number at checkout and it'll drop to £469 :) PLUS atm you'll get a £50 co-op voucher to spend nex… Read more
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No OS is best. Smart TVs are a scam to make perfectly good hardware go obsolete more quickly. Non-smart + box/stick is much better, but hard to source these days


Indeed personal preference. I personally think WebOS is better than Tizen OS on my Samsung and infinitely better than Sony's dire Android OS so I'm not surprised it came top. WebOs is simplicity, thoughtful, intuative and fast. I almost thought about swapping my son's LG in his bedroom for my living room Samsung and well the 2 Sony's I had got returned as they were badge over substance.


I just bought the 60" lg-60sj850v 1 year used off the bay for £555. Good deal or do you think i got ripped off?


On richersounds this is £475 with a 6 year warranty as they have a code on there for 5% off, so £6 more and no £50 credit, but probably worth it for the warranty. richersounds.com/lg-55uj630v.html


Good post OP! If you’re a CO-OP staff member you can get another 5% off as well taking it down to £446.50 before the voucher deduction

LG OLED55B7V  55 B7V SMART OLED TV  £1344 Co-op Electrical (Using £50 discount for members)
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
I missed out on the Richer sounds wc10 deal for the LG oled 55 b7v. And while browsing stumbled across this. Price advertised as 1499 like everywhere, but gets reduced to 1344 (m… Read more

VeryTrue! Point taken.


Not sure, but don’t think you can pick up a Sony OLED for this price?


Better than the Sony OLEDs?


These were £1349 last November, why are the deals so poor


I was on chat with JL and the person on chat agreed to price match with tekzone, but I need to buy immediately. He asked me to email the price match team if I am not going to buy it now. The price match team declined the pricematch. I prefer JL as I can get another 4% off through my employer.

LG 49SK8500PLA 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £1199 with code at Currys
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Great deal for £1,199 with the £100 off using discount code TV100. Update: 26-05-18 11:43 Sorry all, I forgot to add full details of offer. The total discount is £259.95 meaning… Read more

2018 version of the 2017 SJ series which are currently £549,no way is this deal worth double the old version.


Once the price is over £1,000 you might as well buy OLED. OLED is vastly superior.


I may be missing something and it may be a true 10 bit screen... But thats a lot of cash for a 49 inch LED.

World Cup TV Offers - LG 49UJ630V 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £349 + Free £50 Co-op Electrical voucher (More TV's in post) @ Co-op Electrical - Co-op Members
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Similar offer to RGB Direct to get this tv for £349 delivered but you also get a £50 Co-op Electrical voucher to spend on your next purchase *You need to be a Co-op member to see… Read more
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Dropped into inbox today. No minimum spend, valid til 16 Sept. Can buy "anything whatsoever from co-op electrical online". Happy days!


Nothing yet. I'm sure they will hold off til returns policy has well and truly ended.


Did you get the voucher? Haven’t seen mine yet


OOS. 5 year warranty with this TV?


So far so good. Still tinkering with settings but a solid quality tv with a host of features. Was led to believe this model had Youtube app installed but not there. Surfing through EPG on Freeview and Freesat at high speed can get a bit sticky. Having exclusive Netflix and Amazon buttons on remote is handy though. Overall great value. Now looking out for voucher to drop in inbox to see what's what as no terms and conditions appear to be out there.

OLED65E7V 65” LG OLED E7 - £2,298.97 instore @ Currys (Lisburn, NI)
LocalLocalFound 20th MayFound 20th May
Clearance price in store Currys Lisburn N.Ireland. Seems a really good price considering it’s running cheaper than the 65” B7. Not sure if this can be seen nationally or can be p… Read more
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And as an additional bonus you get a lifetime guarantee of worrying about burn in. If you watch sky sports or use your tv as a monitor then avoid oled.


The panel is apparently identical on both with improvements in inbuilt sound being the main difference of the E7, so if you've already got surround sound then you may as well just get the B7!


LG OLED55B7V - will the cashback offer work on this model????? On the LG website it references the N model rather than V.


If you bought from Curry’s in store by 31 May wouldn’t you still be able to claim £800 LG cash back? lg-offers.com/gb/en/pages/oledcashback18/home


Ah yeah it's the B7, shouldn't post without contacts in (lol)

Stunning LG OLED 77” OLED77G7 TV reduced from £7999 to £6999 @ Reliant Direct
LocalLocalFound 19th MayFound 19th May
This is an LG OLED TV - widely regarded as the best TVs available thanks to the perfect blacks, stunning contrast and wide colour gamut. It has Netflix, Amazon, BBC iPlayer built i… Read more

Quidco isn't guaranteed. LG cashback is guaranteed, it's not an offer, it's a gift voucher credit which is fine. Work scheme, but easy enough to do with a bit of searching without a genuine scheme.


You're risking Quidco not paying up (never guaranteed) and LG not taking the voucher sale as a discount. If Currys list them on the receipt as a redeemed offer then LG may not pay the cashback, as it stipulates that it will not pay out where an offer has been used.


Where can you get them for 7% off? I was assuming Zeek, but that's only offering 2% at the moment


The depreciation is a good point to raise. Simply because the depreciation on these isn't that bad. Now if you paid £15000 last year, different story. This year's model 77 inch starts at 8000, the 65 inch 5000 and 55 inch 3500. (All RRPs). Last year's 65/55 inch models were 3000/2000. So buying 77 inch this year when you can get Currys top up cards at 7% off face value and then get 6% quidco and 500 cashback leaves you paying about 6500 for latest 2018 model. Then Currys are running a 1 in 20 chance of your money back. So...yes it's a big chunk of cash but if you want a large screen oled then that's where it is and my 3 x 2500 and 1 x 500 top up cards are being delivered Monday.


Yes, I still have deep regrets about a meal I had in 2009. :)

LG OLED 55E7N HiFi Confidential £1799 with £500 cashback, free Wall bracket and 2m hdmi cable @ HiFi Confidential
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
For those of you who missed out on the recent Currys deal This appears to be a slight improvement. 5 year guarantee Free 2m 4k hdmi cable Free Wall bracket Free delivery £1799 th… Read more

I think it’s a universal one but I’m impressed with it


Did they provide the official LG bracket with this or a more universal one? Well done for all those that managed to get the deal.


Me too :)


Happy days!


My claim got validated (highfive)

LG 55EG9A7V Full HD OLED Smart TV £879 @ RLR
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
This TV has a slim design bringing style to any home, experience the unmatched picture quality created by OLED TV’s self-lighting pixels and let yourself be immersed in surround so… Read more
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Crazy this is cold, it's far and away the best TV in its price range...if you don't need 4K


This is true. People think I'm being disingenuous when I tell them the only way they will see any benefit from UHD over Full HD is to sit around 1-2 metres away from the screen. 99% of people paying twice as much for something that the human eye can't even perceive. In fact chances are that their UHD will result in a worse viewing experience when watching regular SD broadcasts.


Sorry OP, this was never going to be received well. UHD is amazing and worth that little bit more. Saying that, there are an awful lot of people who sit too far from their TV to actually benefit from UHD....but you try telling them that :D


Best TV in price range :)


It says Full HD, and the price confirms it isn’t UHD.

LG OLED 55B7V - £1,201.49 @ Techno-World
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Just been alerted from an old price alert for a great TV I already own. Don't know this seller and how many they have but this is a great price for a fantastic TV that I bought ba… Read more
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It was Ex-VAT and as they almost certainly aren't an LG reseller, the warranty would have been 1yr manufacturer, rest with strange, unheard of company. I wouldn't be upset if I missed this one.


Gutted, i would have bitten at this price. :-(


£1441.79 inc Vat!!




Fantastic price but the fact that it doesn’t actually say new would concern me. Could possibly be open box or a refurb? Also, no mention of the warranty length. A good £300 cheaper than its been elsewhere recently though so worth a punt if anyone’s willing to take the risk

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