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[Amazon.com] VIZIO D39H-D0 39-Inch 720p LED Smart TV - $299

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Dec 25, 2006
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[Amazon.com] VIZIO D39H-D0 39-Inch 720p LED Smart TV - $299

Not sure if this is a good deal, but it seems ok. The same tv is currently on sale at Costco for $319.99.

Amazon:
https://www.amazon.ca/VIZIO-D39h-D0-39- ... 65&sr=1-81

Here is the link to the Costco deal.

http://www.costco.ca/Vizio-D39h-D0-39-i ... 79459.html
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Deal Addict
Jan 8, 2006
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Amazon doesn't charge eco fee so it's coming to 338.99 with tax and fs.
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Jul 30, 2003
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but dat Costco warranty/return policy though.... makes it worth the extra $
Deal Addict
Jan 8, 2006
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Miguel wrote: but dat Costco warranty/return policy though.... makes it worth the extra $
That's correct however it depends. If it's large TV investment it's worth it otherwise for bedroom size TV < $350 I wouldn't bother much. $39.95 + 20 = 59.95 +tax extra. If you go with extended you still have to pay extra money.
Deal Addict
Jun 29, 2003
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It's been this price for ages. - on and off since April.
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Oct 1, 2008
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4K TV's around this size are starting to hit the $500 mark, personally I'm going to wait a bit.
Newbie
Jun 16, 2016
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We are currently shopping for a low priced 1080p led and wasnt aware of the eco fee with Amazon . Any recommendations ? Thanks
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Jan 8, 2006
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HDTVbuyer wrote: wasnt aware of the eco fee with Amazon . Any recommendations ? Thanks
The thing with Amazon is sometime I do see eco fee sometimes I don't. I guess it depends on where they shipping from. But these particular TV I didn't notice. I purchased Insginia 40" led 1080p 1.5 years ago it's running solid I mainly use for Netflix and Xbox one gaming. I also googled the optimal setting to get best out of picture quality. I would say fix your TV size and budge and shop around that range.
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Apr 8, 2015
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GreyingJay wrote: 4K TV's around this size are starting to hit the $500 mark, personally I'm going to wait a bit.
Unless you are sitting unreasonably close to this rather small (for today's standards) TV, 4k is a complete waste of money. This is very poor advice. This size probably works better in bedroom settings where you are going to be at least a bed's size away from the TV. You don't even need 1080p let alone 4k.

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