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Earthscope

Well-known Member
£2199 minus £40 voucher or.... you can just pay £1999 instead ;)


THT tend to play around with their prices quite regularly so you may need to act quickly in order to secure a price match
Great price but they are in Scotland and being in London I would rather go for a local store like RS. Just in case I had to return if faulty.
Also I just got the 65" GZ2000 for £3299.00 last week and I am over the moon with it. Best OLED I have ever had. :thumbsup:

Happy hunting for everyone else though.
 

Earthscope

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ShezaUK

Member
Don’t know where you’re all finding the room for 65 incher... looking for a good deal on a 55. Would have sprung last week but didn’t, now the prices have all shot up £300 or so!
 

Blueking

Member
Free wall bracket, free 6 months Netflix, only £30 for upgrade to premium remote, and 7 year warranty, £200 cash back, Amazing deal...:thumbsup:

Do you also get the kitchen sink? :laugh::D
I bought 65GZ950 myself from TPS, very very happy with my purchase. They also give you live tracking time and location for shipping door to door, which makes big difference if the wife is waiting in...

I bought the GZ2000 remote upgrade, well worth the extra cost.
 

Enam

Active Member
The LG C9/E9 in Selfridges (Instore London) - last week
55 was £1399 for Both Models
65 was £1999 for Both Models - If I recollect
They also had the 65" GZ2000 demo model for sale/clearance
If that helps anyone
 

Robofobo

Active Member
Be careful lads from tomorrow LG 65 C9 will be going back to 2499. Extremely pissed off. LG i am not happy at all, wanted this to be below 1799 like you did month ago with Sky q offer.
 

anticlaus105

Well-known Member
Unless you need a TV then wait it out. I’m waiting for the C9 to be £1500 else I’ll wait another year and manage with my 930
Same here. I have a habit of missing the truly great deals but intend to make up for it with my next purchase. Would love a 65 E9 but will happily take a 65 C9 for the right price.
 

JSM15

Well-known Member
Pretty close to giving up and going for the b9 @ £1599 or the Philips 854 @ £1679 from Costco. Missed the boat on the b9 being £1499 last week 😢
I would suggest waiting a few more weeks - March/April is usually a good time to buy as the new models are just coming out.
 

JSM15

Well-known Member
Don’t know where you’re all finding the room for 65 incher... looking for a good deal on a 55. Would have sprung last week but didn’t, now the prices have all shot up £300 or so!

£1199 using voucher code 20FEB20
 

gagaga

Active Member
The LG C9/E9 in Selfridges (Instore London) - last week
55 was £1399 for Both Models
65 was £1999 for Both Models - If I recollect
They also had the 65" GZ2000 demo model for sale/clearance
If that helps anyone
Thanks for the heads-up (not from my wife, however).

Chap said they had 2 65E9s left - friend and I both bought one and the manager told him to remove the offer sign 'as the next batch are back up to £2500'

Make of that what you will.

For those looking bigger, the 77C9 was £4999 (5year gtee) / 77W9 £5999.

I did contact Peter Tyson yesterday (would have ordered there tonight), they can still do £1999 if you ask nicely....
 

qwerty2k

Standard Member
Looks like I will be agonising over the e9 this weekend then. Torn between b/c/e 9 (price dependant), Sony ag8 or Philips 854. Just can’t decide. B9 cheapest. Sony is same price as e9 now (if it does drop back to £1999) and Philips is mid priced between the two.
 

ashenfie

Well-known Member
I can't see many takers at £2,499. Be patient and it's bound to come back down.
I think they have sold out basically. I went with the Panasonic OLED65GZ950 and no complains at all.
 

Robofobo

Active Member
Looks like I will be agonising over the e9 this weekend then. Torn between b/c/e 9 (price dependant), Sony ag8 or Philips 854. Just can’t decide. B9 cheapest. Sony is same price as e9 now (if it does drop back to £1999) and Philips is mid priced between the two.
65 Philips 854 @ Costco for £1679
65 LG C9 @ Box for £1999
65 LG E9 @ Richersounds for £2499
HDMI 2.1 is only thing which is holding me to LG otherwise I would for Philips 854. I just wait untill either E9 go again below £1999 or if C9 goes below £1799. C9 Dose not justified £1999 at this time of year for 2019 model when CX is around corner to be entered in the market.
 

iangreasby

Active Member
C965 back to £2499 at richer sounds

Currys £2299 lol
I was reading an interesting review today from the February issue of Home Cinema Choice. They were comparing the 65 B9 with the 65 C9. As you would expect, the C9 came out on top. The reviewer was surprised to note that the price difference, at the time of writing, was only £100. The B8 was £1,800 as against £1,900 for the C9. In his words "The picture quality differences between the two models make that look like the best £100 you'll ever spend".
 

Robofobo

Active Member
I was reading an interesting review today from the February issue of Home Cinema Choice. They were comparing the 65 B9 with the 65 C9. As you would expect, the C9 came out on top. The reviewer was surprised to note that the price difference, at the time of writing, was only £100. The B8 was £1,800 as against £1,900 for the C9. In his words "The picture quality differences between the two models make that look like the best £100 you'll ever spend".
Completely agree with you buddy that C9 worth bit extra over B9. Shame C9 is not coming down, it should be go for 1799 or below by now. News is coming that E9 is going for 1999 over this weekend. Fingers crossed.
 

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