LG's first 83-inch OLED TV will cost 8000 Euro when it arrives this summer. LG G1 with the brighter OLED panel starts at 2400 Euro. 8K OLED remains prohibitively expensive.
2021 LG OLED prices
Once again in 2021, LG Germany is the first regional office to announce pricing details. Details for the US, UK and other European countries will be announced later but the Euro prices should give you a good indication of what to expect.
G1 will be the company's first TVs with the brighter 'OLED evo' panel. Prices start at 2400 Euro for a 55-inch screen. LG G1 will launch in April.
Also read: LG unveils 2021 OLED TVs – C1, G1, Z1 with HDMI 2.1, VRR, Alpha 9-4
LG's first 83-inch OLED TV, in the C1 range, will cost 8000 Euro and be available in June, but the good news is that the 77-inch C1 will drop to 5300 Euro (starting price was 7000 Euro last year for CX). A less expensive 77-inch OLED TV will be available in the B1 range, at 5000 Euro. LG B1 and LG C1 will be available in April (except the 83-inch C1).
Later in 2021, LG will launch its A1 range of affordable OLED TVs spanning 48-77 inches. Pricing details for LG A1 will be announced later.
Also read: LG takes OLED mainstream with new 48-77" A1 OLED TVs
8K OLED on the other hand remain prohibitively expensive at 20000 and 30000 Euro for 77- and 88-inch models, respectively – just like last year. They will arrive in May.
LG is the first TV maker to announce pricing details for 2021 OLED TVs so at this time we have no reference other than last year's LG models (see comments section) – prices are generally lower this year. Check the TV Database for specifications and other details.
LG 2021 OLED – suggested retail prices (DE only for now)