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[Costco] Vizio M65-F0 $1,069.99 - $989.99 In Store

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[Costco] Vizio M65-F0 $1,069.99 - $989.99 In Store

The Vizio M65-F0 just dropped to $1,069.99 online. 266 in stock online as of 2:15 pm MST on December 15th.

No movement on the P65-F1 so now deciding if I should wait or go with the M65.

Also for those of you that missed it the P75-F1 is on for $2399.99. https://www.costco.ca/Vizio-P75-F1-75-i ... 12474.html

Buy now think later?

Decisions...
ormefocus2 wrote:
Dec 15th, 2018 2:02 pm
$989.99 in store, got price adjust from previous purchase. Very happy with TV. (Note, $60 extended warranty when price <$1000).
Confirmed in store $989.99. Thanks ormefocus2!
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I just think it would be prudent to wait for Boxing Day/Week sales.
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StealthFinder wrote:
Dec 15th, 2018 9:08 am
I just think it would be prudent to wait for Boxing Day/Week sales.
Why? Costco pricing is good until Dec 26th.

If Black Friday is any indication, which I think it is, the pricing for Costco TV's were lowered weeks before and stayed the same. Some stores had additional discounts on BF but not all. The pricing was competitive with all BF pricing.

I would expect the same to play out re: boxing day.

And IF I am wrong, its easy to price match that tv with costco if it goes lower, or return if you find a better deal somewhere else that you must have.

I think it's perfectly safe to buy now if you are looking for a TV.

As an FYI, most of the TVs that were on sale at Costco for BF are back on sale again but not quite as cheap as BF. I purchased the 55" HIsense online for 467. It's 499 now.
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Hands down the best comparative video Ive ever seen, P series or nada for me.
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You are right with regards to Costco pricing. I was thinking more in terms of other retailers who will hopefully have great RFD worth deals.
You make a good point for Costco, simply for their warranties.
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Dec 15th, 2018 9:20 am
Why? Costco pricing is good until Dec 26th.

If Black Friday is any indication, which I think it is, the pricing for Costco TV's were lowered weeks before and stayed the same. Some stores had additional discounts on BF but not all. The pricing was competitive with all BF pricing.

I would expect the same to play out re: boxing day.

And IF I am wrong, its easy to price match that tv with costco if it goes lower, or return if you find a better deal somewhere else that you must have.

I think it's perfectly safe to buy now if you are looking for a TV.

As an FYI, most of the TVs that were on sale at Costco for BF are back on sale again but not quite as cheap as BF. I purchased the 55" HIsense online for 467. It's 499 now.
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Out of curiosity, where is everyone watching 4K content these days? I've been contemplating purchasing a 4K TV for boxing day but with all these different features such as HDR, Wide color gamut, local dimming etc etc, just wondering if this is worth it for someone like me who just streams movies and tv shows off an android box.

I don't have a 4K BD Player or Netflix and I'm not sure if I would pay for the premium subscription to get 4K Streaming in the future so would it be overkill for me to get a P series for example compared to this M?

Thanks
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Tikob25 wrote:
Dec 15th, 2018 10:52 am
Out of curiosity, where is everyone watching 4K content these days? I've been contemplating purchasing a 4K TV for boxing day but with all these different features such as HDR, Wide color gamut, local dimming etc etc, just wondering if this is worth it for someone like me who just streams movies and tv shows off an android box.

I don't have a 4K BD Player or Netflix and I'm not sure if I would pay for the premium subscription to get 4K Streaming in the future so would it be overkill for me to get a P series for example compared to this M?

Thanks
Like you already said... Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime video... They all have a good selection of 4k HDR content
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$989.99 in store, got price adjust from previous purchase. Very happy with TV. (Note, $60 extended warranty when price <$1000).
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Just price adjusted in the warehouse from my black friday purchase. $100 difference plus tax.
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Go in-store folks, it should still be under $1000, which means cheaper warranty at $59.99.

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