LG reveals 2018 OLED TV pricing

05 Mar 2018 | Rasmus Larsen |

The C8 OLED range will start at $3000 and the E8 OLED range will start at $3500. LG will also introduce its most affordable 77-inch OLED TV yet with the 77-inch C8.

LG 2018 OLED

LG has revealed pricing details for several of its 2018 OLED TVs, including the C8, E8 and W8. The company has yet to announce pricing for the most affordable B8 OLED series but considering that it will lack the Alpha9 processor of the other models C8 is probably the more interesting entry point.

The 55, 65, and 77-inch C8 OLED TVs will carry suggested retail prices of $3000, 4000, and $10000 in the US. The 77-inch is still wildly expensive but it is nevertheless getting cheaper. Last year, a 77-inch LG OLED TV started at $17000.


LG C8 OLED


The 55 and 65-inch E8 OLED TVs will cost $3500, and $4500, which is down $1000 and $1500 compared to last year’s E range models.

The 77-inch W8 “wallpaper” OLED will set you back $15000. LG will also release a 65-inch W8 but has yet to comment on the price. We will update the table below as soon as we receive more information.

LG’s 2018 OLED models will start shipping in March/April.

LG 2018 OLED TVs - US pricing

55" LG B8 - $?
65" LG B8 - $?
55" LG C8 - $2999.99
65" LG C8 - $3999.99
77" LG C8 - $9999.99
55" LG E8 - $3499.99
65" LG E8 - $4499.99
65” LG W8 - $6,999.99
77" LG W8 - $14999.99



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