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I wouldn't even think about buying a TV and stretching the payments out 24 months. :swoon:

 

All these TVs that cost $2k and up... what are you getting for that price that's makes it stand out?

 

I got a 60" Vizio almost 2 years ago at Walmart for $600. Great picture, great color, smart features, built in Netflix and Hulu.

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It's ridiculous for the size of our living room but I want something that big too. The wall dimensions are perfect to center up a huge flowers screen. Then I can drink from my Huge flowers beer cup from Bourbon St. while watching huge marigolds get it on.

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I wouldn't even think about buying a TV and stretching the payments out 24 months. :swoon:

 

All these TVs that cost $2k and up... what are you getting for that price that's makes it stand out?

 

I got a 60" Vizio almost 2 years ago at Walmart for $600. Great picture, great color, smart features, built in Netflix and Hulu.

 

A friend of mine has a Vizio she bought at Costco about five years ago. The audio quality is on par with a Hampton Inn clock radio.

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I wouldn't even think about buying a TV and stretching the payments out 24 months. :swoon:

 

All these TVs that cost $2k and up... what are you getting for that price that's makes it stand out?

 

I got a 60" Vizio almost 2 years ago at Walmart for $600. Great picture, great color, smart features, built in Netflix and Hulu.

A friend of mine has a Vizio she bought at Costco about five years ago. The audio quality is on par with a Hampton Inn clock radio.

That's about right... I just use a sound bar and sub that provides plenty of range for the size room it's in.

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HH Gregg/Synchrony offers 0% for 24 months if you qualify. I think you should be ok with your scores.

 

Avalanche interest if not PIF by the end of the 0% period, though, right?

 

Yep.

 

Yes but i would never let my payments stretch for 24 months... I pay on it atleast twice a month so i can pay in full within 6 months. I even got an increase to lower the UTIL on the card.... it works for me since I bought HE washer and dryer and the money i save in water and electricity is the extra i have to pay towards it as well. There is a positive in everything depending how you look at it. :grin:

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I got a hell of a deal on a 65" 4K @ Sams Club. Was a door buster type of deal. I think each local warehouse got like Qty 5 of the item.

 

Moved the 55" Samsung to the bedroom and put the new one up in the living room.

 

Then had to go out and buy a HarmonKardon 7.1 speaker set along with an Onkyo 1200W network-ready(wifi) 4K/3D pass-through receiver.

 

I believe the Sams card offers 0% on large purchase, in-store.

 

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ETA: Forgot the include the price of the TV - It was $900.

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Mine was over $5,000 for 75"

 

Lol.

Tell me about it. I bought a 46" 1080p LCD flatscreen in early 2007. It cost $2700 back then. Now, you can get far better TVs in that size range for less than $500. UGH!

There's a reason they call it the bleeding green edge of technology.

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Mine was over $5,000 for 75"

 

Lol.

Tell me about it. I bought a 46" 1080p LCD flatscreen in early 2007. It cost $2700 back then. Now, you can get far better TVs in that size range for less than $500. UGH!

There's a reason they call it the bleeding green edge of technology.

 

Early adopters pay the price. :P

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Mine was over $5,000 for 75"

 

Lol.

Tell me about it. I bought a 46" 1080p LCD flatscreen in early 2007. It cost $2700 back then. Now, you can get far better TVs in that size range for less than $500. UGH!

I know the feeling. I bought a 70" rear projection TV in 2006 for about $2100. Lasted till almost 2013 and replaced with a similar sized LCD for under $1K

 

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