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[Costco] Costco: Samsung NU8000 82" HDR UHD Smart LED TV - $2,989.99

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[Costco] Costco: Samsung NU8000 82" HDR UHD Smart LED TV - $2,989.99

With Costco's $99 5yr warranty, it can't be beat.

link to costco: https://www.costco.ca/Samsung-UN82NU800 ... 13841.html
it might show the tv again, if they restock the online warehouse, like they did before.

EDIT: Other places with the same price, but no $99/5yr warranty
https://www.amazon.ca/Samsung-UN82NU800 ... rds=nu8000
https://www.amazon.ca/Samsung-82NU8000- ... rds=nu8000

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/sa ... lsrc=aw.ds
With free delivery, mount and install

https://www.teletime.ca/products/view/8 ... AYQAvD_BwE

https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.a ... 1EQAvD_BwE

https://www.visions.ca/catalogue/catego ... un82nu8000

https://www.thebrick.com/collections/el ... JsQAvD_BwE



Here's a thread for the new owners of this TV: http://forums.redflagdeals.com/samsung- ... d-2265034/ if you have any questions or need help with something, post in there.

This TV is Edge Lit, instead of FALD. The picture quality is still stunning, check out youtube videos or go see in person. If you want to step up to next cheapest 80+inch TV with FALD, that might be the Sony XBR85X900F 85" Smart Television (2018) which is $5,998, more than double the price.





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Saw this on display at Gibbys and I was impressed. Not in the market for a TV but if I was, id pick this up.
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Damn and I just bought a Vizio..
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Was 2999 online as well, seems OOS now though. I think I also saw this in the Visions flyer this week
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Great price for an 82" high quality panel. The NU8000 is solid.
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How big are your living rooms that you can comfortably watch an 82" screen?
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I think the general price on this TV is currently at $2999.99 (costco with their slight difference likely and easily price matchable). BestBuy has it with their delivery and mounting service right now at the same price.

Warranty is up the buyer, Costco's warranty is pretty sweet for these though. Great price overall for that TV.
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Leverage wrote:
Feb 12th, 2019 10:40 pm
How big are your living rooms that you can comfortably watch an 82" screen?
This is a good replacement for someone looking to upgrade their home theater. Benefits over a projector is that the image is brighter, no separate screen, watch it in any lighting. The projector's benefit is being able to project an image larger than 82".
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redflagdealsguy wrote:
Feb 12th, 2019 10:39 pm
Great price for an 82" high quality panel. The NU8000 is solid.
Yes, NU8000 has great reviews all around. The reason for this pricing is, Samsung is trying to clear out Inventory of the 2018 models to make room for a fresh line up to replace NU8000
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Feb 12th, 2019 10:21 pm
Was 2999 online as well, seems OOS now though. I think I also saw this in the Visions flyer this week
I have personally had really terrible time dealing with Visions in the past. I would not recommend anyone buy anything from Vision. Costco over Visions any day. Better and cheaper warranty. I think their warranty on this TV is around $400 for 3 yr.
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xpoint9 wrote:
Feb 12th, 2019 11:04 pm
I have personally had really terrible time dealing with Visions in the past. I would not recommend anyone buy anything from Vision. Costco over Visions any day. Better and cheaper warranty. I think their warranty on this TV is around $400 for 3 yr.
Agreed. Visions should be out of business with their in-your-face sales tactics and preferred brands that they get extra sales commission on. They must be related to The Brick.

Back on topic, the NU8000 is a great panel for being edge-lit. Can't go wrong with an 82" TV in your house!
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Unrelated, but I was browsing Best Buy and noticed they had an 85" 8K TV.

Didn't know that was a thing. Must be hard finding quality source media for that.
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rugerty100 wrote:
Feb 13th, 2019 1:01 am
Unrelated, but I was browsing Best Buy and noticed they had an 85" 8K TV.

Didn't know that was a thing. Must be hard finding quality source media for that.
I saw that recently, I think its very much Samsung going "hey look we got an 8k tv out there just btw...." cause at 20k... not to many people going out of their way for it I'm sure :P
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rugerty100 wrote:
Feb 13th, 2019 1:01 am
Unrelated, but I was browsing Best Buy and noticed they had an 85" 8K TV.

Didn't know that was a thing. Must be hard finding quality source media for that.
I can barely stream 4k over netflix. Samsung showing off. But to be honest If they have kick-ass up scaling tech in the TV then it's a little better

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