Amazon:Where do you see that? On amazon I see the 65EF9500 is $3,749.82.
Good luck with any warranty claims, seller is not an authorized dealer.Amazon:
Third party seller on Amazon with 2,400 ratings over last 12 months and 97% positive. The 65EG is $2,799 from same seller. That's full price, delivered to your door.
It really doesn't make any difference as you will still get the full warranty as long as the set is purchased new. "Authorized" dealers tend to be large retailers but many sets are sold by smaller retailers as well and most of those don't make their list, most of which are known to be very reputable. There are various reasons why but mainly it comes down to how far do you go for the customer, particularly as it relates to returns. This question comes up a lot. Here's a link to LG's "official" list:Good luck with any warranty claims, seller is not an authorized dealer.
Okay, now I just re-checked and it is $2,900. Free Shipping also.~$2,950 for 65EF9500
Adorama via eBay... I would post the link, but I don't have enough posts to do that.
I didn't trust those, honestly, but if someone is willing to go for it, they are a good deal.eBay link:
and, for $5 more...
I try never to argue with someone who's espousing good sense.I've ordered a lot of new electronic items off of eBay over the years and have never had a problem. Always been able to register equipment and have full warranty. When you go through eBay you have the seller to cover the item, eBay and your credit card (and paypal if you go through them as well). It's like any other website selling equipment, it's not for folks that want to "try it out" and then return its after a couple of weeks because they don't like it. If you know what you want, it's a great way to save significant money. Of course, if it makes you uncomfortable, then don't chance it.