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[Costco] Hisense TV's three day sale at Costco

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[Costco] Hisense TV's three day sale at Costco

Costco online has a three day member promotion on the Hisense TV R6107 series - prices look to be similar to last boxing day. Some product available in stores as well.

43 - $347
50 - $357
55- $479
65- $749.

limited quantities.

https://www.costco.ca/televisions.html? ... 2Bin.%2522|
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prices look pretty good on 50 and 55. the 65 floats in price all the time with afaik an all time low of 599 (in store) at a few times around xmas. I would pass on the 65 especially when it looks like there are the M an P vizios and TCL that are arguably a much better tv for only a little more.

Good budget tvs with costco warranty.

edit: i have the 65" and I really like it, but at 750 I would look at others. Here's an M on clearance at Costco. Even at 599 vs 899 at the time for the M, I was hesitating. If I had to pay 750 for the Hisense or 900 for the M ,I would have chosen the M.

https://www.costco.ca/Vizio-M65-F0-65-i ... 09299.html
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Some great deals - thanks for posting.

Not to go off topic too much, but does anyone know if Costco had (or planned to have) any good sales on 82" to 86" TVs recently?

Online I see a 82" Samsung and 85" Sony. Costco does not have the 86" LG Nano Cell TV yet, although 75" and below are available (not sure if it's even planned to be released with Costco.)

Thanks in advance.
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Mar 12, 2017
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The price jump with the 65 is weird. It’s also nearly a 100$ less at my costco.

I know they don’t recommend picking up a tv yourself and lay it down in your car, but it can’t be that risky when it’s still in the original box, right? It has support.
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Can anyone confirm the in-store price for the 55" model?

Last December 2018, it ended up selling for $399 in-store.
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Wet Banana wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 9:15 am
Can anyone confirm the in-store price for the 55" model?

Last December 2018, it ended up selling for $399 in-store.
Can anyone confirm in-store pricing on any of these model?

I'm particularly interested in the 50"
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If I buy online and it ends up being cheaper in store, can I get a price adjustment? Thanks!
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feversugar wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 10:03 am
If I buy online and it ends up being cheaper in store, can I get a price adjustment? Thanks!
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I bought the Hisense 55 during last sale. I lucked out on the panel, very nice TV and Roku OS is snappy. I also tried the Vizio M 55 around same time, good panel but very slow OS. returned the Vizio, very happy with my Hisense
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Stevechu wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 9:28 am
This or TCL series 4?
I just bought the 55" TCL 425 after MUCH research. For my money and $479 in store, TCL wins out. HDR10 was the big thing for me, the hisense didn't have HDR10. Still, I think those hisense are well respected and a good value from what I see. The roku platform is great.
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sunnyzip wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 10:09 am
I bought the Hisense 55 during last sale. I lucked out on the panel, very nice TV and Roku OS is snappy. I also tried the Vizio M 55 around same time, good panel but very slow OS. returned the Vizio, very happy with my Hisense
Lucked out meaning? Is there an issue with panels in general?
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feversugar wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 10:03 am
If I buy online and it ends up being cheaper in store, can I get a price adjustment? Thanks!
Some bigger items are more expensive online because there's shipping and handling included in the price.
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leolozon wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 9:06 am
The price jump with the 65 is weird. It’s also nearly a 100$ less at my costco.

I know they don’t recommend picking up a tv yourself and lay it down in your car, but it can’t be that risky when it’s still in the original box, right? It has support.
I brought the 65" home by laying it on its back. The drive home was about 40 minutes.
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