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[Various] Sony X900E series 4k TVs new price low on all sizes (Now with leaked BF pricing)

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[Various] Sony X900E series 4k TVs new price low on all sizes (Now with leaked BF pricing)

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Looks like Sony has lowered the pricing on the X900e series TVs.
This model is rtings.com most recommended 2017 TV
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x900e

Nearly every retailer has all sizes at the current or a new low. I'm not aware of any place that you can double dip with coupons or ebates, besides a 1% at amazon.

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/so ... _f_thr_szs

https://www.amazon.ca/Sony-XBR49X900E-4 ... 84JCN?th=1


49 - $1400 (current low)
55 - $1600 (old low was $1700)
65 - $2300 (I think old low was $2500)
75 - $4000 (I think old low was $4500)

Bestbuy might be the best location to get it since they are including a free wall mount when you add the TV to cart on 55 and up sizes
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/in ... 22985.aspx?

Costco now carries the X900e with a 3 year warranty only being $99
https://m.costco.ca/CatalogSearch?keywo ... ageSize=24

pkphilip wrote:
Nov 12th, 2017 5:39 pm
I risk my life getting these out. Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
Here are firm pricing for BF, Sony is at .97 price meaning Sony's fixed it and no further discounts are allowed by the retailers.

Sony:
XBR65A1E - 4499.97
XBR55A1E - 3299.97
XBR65X900E - 1899.97
XBR49X900E - 1199.97
XBR55X900E - 1299.97
XBR55X800E - 999.99

LG:
OLED65E7P -3999.99
OLED55E7P - 2999.99
55SJ8000 - 1199.99

As we are closer to Black Friday, more models should be announced (dependent on if other retailers/manufacturers' offering)
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Must...resist..until Black Friday...!

EDIT: Couldn't resist! got it from Teletime for $1299 (55")
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I bought the 55 version at $1800 about 2 months ago. Hopefully I'm still in my 60 day price guarantee
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jack1984 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 8:35 am
Must...resist..until Black Friday...!
I did not look at TVs last Black Friday, were there any good TV deals last year? I am thinking of pulling the trigger on this, seems to have everything I need at a reasonable price.
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Tumster wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 8:48 am
I did not look at TVs last Black Friday, were there any good TV deals last year? I am thinking of pulling the trigger on this, seems to have everything I need at a reasonable price.
Neither did I, but my reasoning is if they're on sale right now, they will at least be at the same pricepoint come Black Friday, and ideally even less than they are currently.
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Brookside05 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 8:44 am
I bought the 55 version at $1800 about 2 months ago. Hopefully I'm still in my 60 day price guarantee
Can you typically get price gaurantee on black friday?
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Tumster wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 8:48 am
Was looking up that "C" model, seems to be a 2014/2015 model that most sellers had stopped selling. I am not up on Sony naming conventions, can someone educate me on that. Thanks.
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Nice! Gonna feel good getting $200 back as I bought this a week ago.
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jack1984 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 8:35 am
Must...resist..until Black Friday...!
I'm not convinced that the price will drop even lower on black friday, would be unexpected for it to drop in Oct then again, even for one day in Nov
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On BF/BD, you will only find mid/low level stuff on sale, all the high-end stuff like this unlikely will happen.

The store is losing money selling these anyways (Sony kickback later on maybe), and since Sony enforces their .97 pricing where the prices are fixed, I highly doubt the store will want to go lower.
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pkphilip wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 11:03 am
On BF/BD, you will only find mid/low level stuff on sale, all the high-end stuff like this unlikely will happen.

The store is losing money selling these anyways (Sony kickback later on maybe), and since Sony enforces their .97 pricing where the prices are fixed, I highly doubt the store will want to go lower.
Last year, the LG OLEDs were on sale. They didn't go on sale after Black Friday.
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geokilla wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 11:17 am
Last year, the LG OLEDs were on sale. They didn't go on sale after Black Friday.
LG 55B6P was either $2200 or $2300 if my memory serves me right. Samsung 55KS8000 was $1799.
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You guys know that RFD has archieves of all the old posted BF/boxing day deal threads right?
Can always check those threads for historical deals
black-friday-cyber-monday-deals-2016-f149/

User RFDQ1016 has a google docs spreadsheet from back then also
RFDQ1016 wrote:
Nov 22nd, 2016 3:46 pm
Will keep updating the spreadsheet as more flyers become available. Lowest prices highlighed in green.
If anyone finds any mistakes let me know.

Note that COSTCO prices are in-store except Vizio M (2016) and Vizio P (2016).

https://goo.gl/pcs7Nu





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Have the 900E and it is pretty awesome. Images/videos look beautiful on it. Haven't tried much else yet like the built-in AndroidTV, but the tv, overall, has good ratings.
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Somewhat off topic but when I but my new 60" samsung with bestbuy I was able to swap the wall mount for their geek squad calibration service. Properly calibrating the TV makes the picture that much better.
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