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Delivering crystal-clear visuals, incredible colours and smooth refresh rates, OLED TVs are firmly at the top of the home entertainment tree. Anyone who wants to find the right OLED for their home can use this buyer's guide to pick the perfect set. Shoppers can find the best offer and discounts on the hotukdeals OLED TV listings. Read more
LG OLED55B7V  55 Inch Smart Ultra HD 4K OLED TV with webOS 3.5, Freeview HD and Freesat HD & Built-In Wi-Fi. £1099 @ RGB Direct
Found 22nd Nov 2018Found 22nd Nov 2018
Alright, i know it's the B7 and not the B8, but i think this is the cheapest i've seen this, although, with the amount of TV deals i've looked at this week, i'm not 100% sure, I'm … Read more

I've got the offer too but they only have the SLC stand and I much prefer the PLA. Problem is only Currys have the PLA. I could get it from Currys and 100 pounds cashback from Topcashback but im not sure if I'll receive it. I didnt want to orer from Currys but if the customer service from RGB isnt great either then I'd rather get the stand I like from Currys


Guys I ordered this model from RGB and got a Phone call from them. Just been given the option for a LG OLED55B8 for £999!


Stillshows £1289, and warranty is D&G, shows Standard warranty as extra £214?


I’d give up on non-hd channels on a 4k tv. They will always look bad.


Thanks for your suggestions but isn’t Netflix just for films? What is the difference between the sky freesat & humax freesat

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV - Grade A Refurbished - £999.99 + £19.99 del ElectronicWorldTV
Found 6 h, 44 m agoFound 6 h, 44 m ago
Don't know a great deal about the company offering this deal, but this is around £400 to £500 cheaper than the brand new alternative elsewhere. Comes with 12 months guarantee, see… Read more
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Unless they are replacing the panel, never buy a refurb OLED!


The best of the bunch this year (imho) and it's looking like Panasonic are on to a winner with next year's OLED the GZ2000. DV & HDR10+ support, reference grade processing and a built in Dolby Atmos sound system.


True, but a win nonetheless. And up to £700 cheaper than the current C8 price...


it has hdr 10+ arguably just as good as Dolby vision


Pretty much exactly the same score as the C8 and others not far behind - not a clear winner by any means

LG OLED55B8SLC OLED 4K HDR Smart TV, 55" with 5 year guarantee included, Black & Silver £1299 @ john lewis & partners
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0% APR Representative: Interest Free Credit over 18 months, is available when you purchase this LG TV. Terms and conditions apply: https://www.johnlewis.com/our-services/electrica… Read more
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Hard to tell, could just be the camera? It does that to screens, but if you took the photo and see it in real life... the panel is probably slightly bent. Also don't forget these TVs aren't pixel dense, you will see pixels up close.


Take a look at the Panasonic FZ802-it can be had for this price at the moment and won this year’s HDTV Test shootout vs LG C8 et al


Thanks sohil! I am much of the same mind. For a few hundred more (hopefully less) its a better performing TV. However, this set is also top notch - other that the chip and the stand its the same screen and build quality for bargain seekers.


I got sony's xe9005 model purchased over 10 montha ago, got it for £919. Your one now i am jealous.



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John Lewis & Partners Price Match - £1450.00 - LG OLED55C8PLA 55" 4K UltraHD Smart OLED TV + free  LG WK7 ThinQ Speaker @ Crampton & Moore
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
The deal is achieved by price matching online at John Lewis with a deal at Crampton & Moore. You need to call C&M to get this price of £1450 including the free LG WK7 ThinQ… Read more

It is indeed, well maybe mediocre monetary wise at 3.27% saving, but the bonus speaker makes it more desirable. A saving nonetheless. Or a further saving may be had from eBay refurb £1299 if addition of speaker is not wanted.


Ooops! Meant C8 :p


Ring up, Doncaster office at C&M


Great tv - highly recommend


Looked on their site, says £1699, how did you get the offer at this price OP?

LG OLED 55B8 TV - Costco £1139.98
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Costco have an offer on the LG OLED 55B8 TV, taking it down to £949.99 plus Vat = £1139.98 for members until the 15th. Found in Costco Croydon. Includes their usual 5 year guarant… Read more

Yes. Richer sounds did give me the PLA for the same price.


It's actually quite useful to know that it has been cheaper in the past.


For anyone interested,I have recently purchased this TV and made a number of videos for YouTube,such as unboxing,setup and wall mounting,demo of SD content,demo of HD content,HDR gaming and picture settings. If anyone would like to see them,feel free to PM me : )


Hi did you price match for the pla version?



LG OLED55B8S 55" OLED TV  £1094 delivered w/code + 5 Year Warranty @ PRC Direct
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
LG OLED55B8S 55" OLED TV for £1094 using code WINTER100 and includes a 5 year warranty. I checked other providers including Richer Sounds but looks like the £100 code has expired… Read more

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B017SW88FG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 That bracket sounds like what you need, it claims to do what your saying but I havent used it myself to confirm.


God of war is so good in 4k HDR


I have a HD Homerun running Channels on a Shield TV for timeshift and recording freeview TV, and use Plex on either the Shield or the TV app for watching Blu-rays from Plex. It handles standard HD broadcasts really well, standard def is, well as good as standard def could be :D The boy plays a bit of PS4 Pro on it but it’s via a FullHD distribution unit (the PS4 is in a another room) so only supersampled 1080p and it looks good. Haven’t hooked the PS4 up to it to see ‘4K’ on it yet, but I can imagine it would look pretty nice. 4K YouTube via the inbuilt app looks wonderful, even as compressed as it is, so disc based 4K would be even better. Currently deciding on an Xbox One X for a 4K player and to play Red Dead 2 on it though. Have Ready Player One on 4K disc to watch on it but nothing to play it with !


I got the 55 version of this over Xmas, and upgraded from a Panasonic 42" 1080 Plasma, and I am very happy with it and have no regrets at all. We are about 10ft away from it, and the jump from 42 to 55 was initially quite jarring. Letter boxed movies and football were immediately excellent, but normal TV felt a bit 'in your face' with peoples faces being so much bigger! But you do quickly get used to it, and a few weeks on, I don't even think about it now. I would personally not fancy a 65 as that feels like it would be too big, but ask me in a few months and I might have changed my mind :) We are 'only' watching mostly 1080 content on it and even with that, I am regularly thinking - wow, that looks amazing - it is definitely a quality/detail improvement over the Plasma. The dark scenes and contrast between dark and light are fantastic. The only minor downside so far is that SD looks a bit worse at times, but I think this is mainly the difference in size exposing the problems more clearly. Also had some issues getting only stereo with ARC, but after messing with the audio output format settings on the TV, this fixed itself. Gaming also looks great so far, although this has been pretty much limited to FIFA. I am aware of the burn in issues of the TV, enough to decide to remove the score/playername overlays as I don't need them anyway...but I am not obsessing over it. What will be will be. Hoping that as long as we are sensible then all should be well. Hope that might help someone. Don't suppose anyone can recommend a bracket that will swivel this thing 90 degrees to the wall? Struggling to find anything that's definitely going to do that...


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LG OLED55B8SLC 55inch 4K OLED TV - £1094 W/ CODE TV100 @ CO OP Electical
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Recently been looking around at LG's and Samsung QLED's and my brain is awash with information, anyway I saw this price on CO OP using code TV100 brings it to £1094. I assume it ha… Read more



Check his other videos out. He says the E8 is the best TV he has ever seen. He is a good reviewer/ expert...also shows short comings etc. Been a lot of BS about E8 being sold for £1300 it hasn’t. Cheapest was £1600. Either way with warranty and insurance it cost me £1799. I’m happy with that. What is your problem? The B8 is a poor mans version. Save up your paper round money!


Good video, I've heard of HDTVTest before. Though irrelevant, as I don't see anything to suggest the C8 or E8 being worth £500 or £800 more than the B8 (respectively). So (according to you), I'm wrong, RTINGS is wrong. Are these people on AVSforum wrong?: Help decide between LG B8 65” vs E8 55” Is the LG 55 e8 worth £300 more than 55b8 Also you can read through this thread (just click here) and see the E8 being sold for £1400 or £1899 with £500 cashback in the past.


For anyone interested,I have recently purchased this TV and made a number of videos for YouTube,such as - unboxing,Setup and wall mounting demo of SD content demo of HD content HDR gaming picture settings. If anyone would like to see them,feel free to PM me : )

Sony KD55AF9BU 55inch 4K HDR OLED Master Series Smart TV £2044 @ co-op electrical
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Sony BRAVIA OLED KD55AF9 Master Series 55 inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV with Google Assistant Built-In, YouView and Freeview HD. Discover Sony’s BRAVIA OLED 55AF9 UHD TV, p… Read more

good tv! Cheapest price for this right now


Awesome TV. Well worth the price for what you get as long as you pair it with decent content. No point unless you’re going to watch UHD.


Great TV but hugely overpriced


I've got a Sony A1 oled and don't have issues with brightness at all.


Google sony oled ABL

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55-inch 4K HDR OLED TV - £1275 @ tps
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Another great OLED TV to consider, especially at this price. Comes with a 7 warranty, a free wall bracket and fixing kit and the option for 0% Buy Now Pay Nothing until Jan 2020. … Read more

Costs £100 more now


I think you can save £30 if you collect


Yes, it includes delivery.


Is this price inclusive of delivery


Good price. Heat

LG OLED55C8PLA 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play - £1,699 @ richersounds & free 6 years guarantee included
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
* Get a FREE LG WK7 ThinQ Google Assistant speaker when you buy this product. Please click here for details. Offer available in-store, online or via telesales and ends 29.01.19. … Read more

All setup and working fantastic oled very happy


Yes I ordered it Saturday delivered today


Was that recently?


Here is the comparison by rtings.com. They also list the B8 as the best 55" TV you can buy, as the panel is the same as the C8 and E8 except cheaper.


Overpriced considering the competition.

LG OLED55B8S 55" OLED TV B8 £1099 at crampton and moore
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Looks like the richer sounds code is no longer working but crampton and moore now showing an instant £100 saving option. Just tick the saving box on the product page. Also possibly… Read more

Never purchased off Crampton and Moore before, don't have any stores anywhere near me. They did however offer me this deal even though no longer available on their website. Any idea how the warranty works if you have a problem and would anyone recommend them? I could get at Richer Sounds for £50 more and has an extra year warranty at 6y. Annoyed at myself tbh, was so easy to pick this screen up for a good while for £1099 and I was holding out for perhaps a better deal. Now pretty sure won't be bettered for while as B9 isn't due till end of the year and doesn't seem like the new line has anything of note but a minor CPU update (B9 will get the same as the C8). Doesn't get why hdmi 2.1 is worth mentioning when the panel itself won't do 4K@120???


Thanks for a hot deal, got JL to price match last week while I made my mind up. Recieved TV on Friday and JL have just confirmed they will reimburse the £100 to my card. Amazing picture, just hope the kids tendency to pause my little pony while they have tea does not cause any problems.......


If you fear OLED burn in that much, you should perhaps look into something else. Sounds like you would be constantly more worried about what's on your screen and for how long as opposed to enjoying the content and the TV itself. Maybe by the time you are ready for your next TV this will be a thing of the past. (y)


Yes and that's why I'm on the fence as to what to get. I've experienced screen burn in the way I watch tv and I think that would stress me out too much


I take your point on that one but you did say "people" like several commenters were saying it. Isn't that a bit of a blanket statement in itself? ;) It's interesting that some knowledgeable and experienced TV reviewers are saying it's not an issue with balanced viewing. I would be more inclined to believe what they are saying over unverified individual comments on forums or YouTube etc.

LG OLED65B8S 65" OLED TV - £1699 @ Crampton & Moore and John Lewis & Partners (price matched)
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
Crampton & Moore have this TV up for £1799 but click the box (Save instant £100) and price is instantly reduced to £1699. I put in a price match claim with John Lewis last nig… Read more
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See there is a new thread on this, no OLED100 discount available!


Didn't know that the screen burn thing had been taken to court by people affected. When did that happen?


Don't forget that UK courts have ruled that OLED technologies are inherently faulty under the consumer rights act. So if and when you get burn in you have precedent on your side if you go to court. Every case that has been brought before the courts for burn in being an inherent fault has been won. Be very careful when buying OLED. If you watch sky sports and play games a lot then you are prime candidates for burn in as these TV are inherently faulty


maybe later haha, its level with my floorstanders which it wouldn't be if it was on the wall


It should be a criminal offence to not wall mount such a stunning TV ;)

LG OLED65B8SLC 65 Inch OLED Ultra HD 4K SMART TV - £1,699.99 @ Costco
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
£100 cheaper than the Amazon deal + longer warranty (5 years).

Thanks for that. Good to know. 😃




What’s CES please?


Does anyone know for certain if the burn-in issue has been solved/improved from the 2016 models?


Thanks martinm1, I'd missed this discount code. Just called and they're refunding me £100!

LG OLED65B8PLA 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1799 & £100 quidco cashback & 5 years warranty @ Currys
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Thought this was a pretty good deal. Not sure how long it will take for Quidco to track with the cashback but still £100 back even if it takes a few months 👌🏼 Just … Read more

I've got the latest tech, it is Alpha 8545889 and no old panels here, just star trek esque holodecks. Just get up to 88mph in your Delorean and come meet me. So glad I never bothered with the old tech.


This is a Currys exclusive of the B. That is why it’s PLA. Here is the link on LG Website https://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-OLED65B8PLA It is the same stand as 2017 C range, yet the panel is a 2018, so same as all the panels. The only difference is it having the Alpha 7 and not 9. Not that much difference in real world terms that’s worth mentioning when considering an £700 difference to get a C 2018 (currently around £2.5k) Also the Currys version has a better stand (in my opinion) plus it has better in built speakers than the other B range. Very tempted myself. Just need to work out what I can do with a 51 Plasma it would replace!?


The Curry's image might be wrong, AFAIK there is only one version with the curved stand. C series has a similar stand to the Curry's image.


Stand on the currys one is much more solid, the older stand with the single pillar and curved base is very unstable


Looks like retailers all over the place are desperate to flog their ageing B8 stock

LG OLED55C8PLA at Richer Sounds for £1599.00 with 6 year warranty
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Use the code oled100 and it brings the price down to £1599.00 delivered with the 6 year warranty.

Haha. Different reviewers on flat panels hd, doesn't count. Try not to get yourself so worked up.


So your are ignoring the what Hifi and flatpanels HD verdict. You do realise 96% is higher than 94% right??? This is my last post on this. You clearly can't read.


if you say so! the things you list cite the other aspects such as sound OS and looks.


OK. So.... Flatpanels HD. Picture quality. C8 96%, Panasonic 94%. Avforums. ". Or you could have the slightly more advanced A9 processor in the 55-inch LG C8 which offers probably the best all-round package with WebOS smart TV, all the HDR flavours bar HDR10+ and excellent sound and image quality" Techradar "A better alternative is the LG C8 OLED, which is also more expensive but offers the most complete package of any OLED TV this year. It has a superb picture, a gorgeous design, an exceptional smart platform that includes every major streaming service, and it even sounds good. Once you throw in support for every HDR format except HDR10+, and even Dolby Atmos, you begin to realise why it’s the OLED TV to beat in 2018." I could go own with many more examples from reputable sites Not trying to argue for the sake of it but saying that "every" site rates the panasonic as better is just incorrect. Yes they are very close. They both use the same LG panel BUT by far and away the generalised concensus is that the LG C8 is a better picture and TV.


not sure whathifi is all that good. but yeah ill give you that one. rest of them seem to be much of a muchness to be honest. Im just amazed how much more expensive the 65" panasonic is vs the 55. the lg isnt as big as gap. Need some decent 65" deals (unicorn)

LG OLED77C8 @ Crampton & Moore - £5499
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Just managed to get this deal on a OLED77C8 at their Leeds store on the phone by matching another seller I didn't really want to buy from. Still came with its 5 year warranty too. … Read more



Still too much of a premium charged for a 77" in my opinion. Save yourself over three grand by "making do" with a 65C8 set!


this was recently £4999 on prc direct. Managed to get JL to price match. Have 28 days to decide what to do lol


That's the internet for you! and thanks, I'm a long time lurker


Good price, although I'm not too sure C&M would want your personal deal to be published on a website, but hopefully I'm wrong about that. I know companies like LG like to keep prices consistent. Be aware that currently there's been a lot of reports of 2018 LG C8 models upwards having a fault of severe blocking and flashing in very dark images. I can verify that, I own one. There's further information here:

LG OLED55B8S 55" 4K TV £1,099 using £100 off OLED TVs Code @ Richer Sounds [6 Year guarantee]
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Decent on this 55" model - Ticks a lot of boxes at this price. The code should work on all OLED models, giving £100 off - Also there's a 6 year guarantee included, which is always… Read more

Nope for £1699


For £1094???


Still should of got E8


FYI I tried again with telesales and they are now offering to knock £100 off again after much discussion internally, bringing it down to £1094. This was after failing to get something similar in the Croydon branch yesterday and telesales offering £50 gesture last week. They also gave me £10 off a £300 AVR purchased at the same time. Made out that anyone should be able to get this deal atm but will likely be reviewed day-by-day. EDIT: Image uploaded. I took the refundable supercare for the AVR but that was after and prices not effected by it. Also i took the PLA version just because it was a more recent model, but they would do either of the B8's for the same price.


The LG info is with instructions. I got the Richer Sounds registration with my receipt

LG OLED65B7V 65 inch Premium 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV - £1,599 - Sold and Despatched by Crampton And Moore @ Amazon
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
Black; dive deeper into the darkness with LG OLED TV: Organic self emitting pixels achieve the deepest levels of black due to their unique ability to completely switch off - no lig… Read more

Could be worth considering https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled65b8slc-65-inch-premium-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-oled-tv-and-lg-sk5-soundbar-1799-amazon-3151329 I had the B7 and went to a C8 and there is definitely an improvement. (Brightness and speed is definitely noticed) B7 to B8 I dont think is much of an improvement as the same processor but worth considering sound bar.


Probably not. Although the B8 uses the 2018 panel, it has the same processor as the B7 so PQ won't be that much better, if at all. Either price is great for a 65 incher though.


Very tempting


This is a stunning TV and a great price. It was around £3000 in 2017 and I paid £2400 in a Black Friday sale in 2017. The picture quality is simply stunning, as it is on most OLED TVs. The wide colour gamut, perfect black levels, superb contrast and motion handling give breathtaking results on a high quality source (eg Planet Earth II on 4K Blu Ray). It supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos on Netflix with HDMI ARC to AV receiver and also supports HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision - the three main variants of HDR (high dynamic range). The newer 2018 LG OLEDs (OLED65B8 etc) support 120Hz high frame rate (HFR) on streamed content but not from Blu Ray over HDMI as that needs HDMI 2.1 which won’t appear on any TV until next year and nobody is offering any HFR streamed content yet. The B8 is obviously a better choice but for most people the benefit is probably marginal. If it’s just £200 I’d pay the extra but nobody buying this TV will be disappointed.


Where is the 1799 desl with soundbar?

LG OLED65B8SLC 65-Inch Premium 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV and LG SK5 Soundbar - £1,799 @ Amazon
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
Thought this was a good price with a soundbar thrown in Organic self emitting pixels achieve the deepest levels of black due to their distinctive ability to completely switch of… Read more

Undoubtedly, but great piece of mind knowing I wouldn't be putting an OLED through that much stress


These tests go all out to achieve screen burn and is not a accurate real Iife TV viewing senerio. If you are going to such extremes to convince yourself I would give oled a miss.I think people get blinded by all the modern new technology which to average TV viewer mean nothing . I've just replaced a original 3d non 4 k oled with the b8 and tbh picture quality in hd is pretty much the same .4k viewing is still very limited


I have just watched an RTINGS video on YouTube to try educate myself on screen burn and they have been doing some pretty intense testing on the c8. Running various items over 6 panels 5 hours on and 1 hour off and I was quite impressed. Gaming had minor screen burn, football alternating between bt and sky showed no burn, constant CNN left heavy burn but less when setting the back light to 60. For my viewing I wouldn't have any issue with burn as a bad day would see the panel game for 3 hours, football for an afternoon and amazon prime videos for a few hours so quite varied which would maybe lead to burn in 10 years according to these guys. Still an issue with my living room being white and quite bright.


They won't match Costco as it's classed as wholesale only trade price .That said Costco warranty and after sale is a million miles better than Curry's will ever be.costco have 90 days no quibble change your mind warranty .And yes they really do just say 'anything wrong with it ' when you return it ...before refunding no questions asked.


Not a gamer tbh. But I've watched loads of feeds with static image and never had any burn .TV was written off due to power board fault after 2.5 years and Martin Dawes cock up with repairs .I read a lot about hdr10 ,4 k this and that but my new b8 oled picture wise is no clearer on hd than the original LG oled ec930v .I think we get blinded by all the new tech which to average laymen viewing in lounge means absolutely nothing.

Panasonic TX55FZ802B 55" OLED TV @ Richer Sounds £1299
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
* Get a further £200 off the marked price of this TV with voucher code SALE200. Offer available in-store, online or via telesales. ** 18 months 0% Interest Free Credit is availble… Read more

Read the posts again. I’m not saying the B7 has the same panel as the B8.


No they don't. The B8 has obviously a 2018 panel, which is a Improvement over last year's B7 panel.


Got this for £1279 from richersounds in November. Best TV I've ever owned.


No no, I wasn't saying that to you mate. I just got the impression @cossy3 was seeing me as some Panasonic supporter when I'm not. I'm still rather sceptical about OLED in general because of burn in issues, not liking Lucky Goldstar and lack of brightness in brighter environments to name just a few but I will bite if I can get this telly for our bedroom if I can pick it at around a grand to 1100 quid


I have no agenda either. I own an LG OLED which I have had now for 2.5 years and have been happy with it. However, LGs recent firmware issues and lack of fixes for long established technical issues (google B6 OLED glowing blacks for one example) means I will be buying a Panasonic or Sony next time round.

LG Oled Tv OLED55B7V  at PRC Direct for £1028.95 delivered
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
Best price I’ve seen this for even if it is last year’s model.
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Mine came today, all set up in the bedroom. Only 1 thing, anyone know how to get rid of the annoying “not programmed” I’m not actually setting up Freeview channels as I don’t have a cable in my bedroom, it kinda ruins the nice picture frame background


Sounds good me to, thanks for replying and enjoy it 👌🏽


Mine arrived today very happy bunny :)


Think it’s with a proper insurance company buddy from what I can gather from my phone call when ordering


Can confirm that prc are still offering the B8 for £1028.95 if you place an order for the B7 for £1049 plus delivery, they will email you explaining that they’re oos and will offer the B8 and refund £50. Mine comes Thursday. Does anyone know if the 5 year warranty is with prc or 3rd party?

John Lewis Price Match - £1499.99 - LG OLED55C8PLA 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart OLED TV  @ District Electricals
Found 26th Dec 2018Found 26th Dec 2018
JL price matched at £1499.99 - OLED55C8
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Just done this thanks OP


Yes very pleased - everything looks better than I was expecting, but 4K Netflix content is superb. The voice control is a bit of a novelty that soon wore off though - hardly use that now.


Wow are you please with it ? If I can sell the speakers for £50 I’m at the same price as you


Yes I paid £1399 with 5 year guarantee on BF week


To be fair, that’s still a decent deal as any right now; effectively £1399 if you shift the speaker for £100. Making it equal to the lowest it went over Black Friday (I believe).

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