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[Costco] Vizio M55- E0 $797.99; In store $749.99

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Dec 21, 2017
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[Costco] Vizio M55- E0 $797.99; In store $749.99

Noticed this in store today. Around BF pricing or slightly better

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Sr. Member
Jul 21, 2003
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Did you notice the price on the M65?
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Dec 21, 2017
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juggie wrote: Did you notice the price on the M65?
Yes, strangely M65 was 1499.99, higher than the $1279 online. The P65 was still a good deal at $1599
Newbie
Jul 19, 2017
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Can you price match this with bestbuy. But the tv at best buy vizio m55 is available online only
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Feb 19, 2017
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Shisui wrote: Can you price match this with bestbuy. But the tv at best buy vizio m55 is available online only
Online price maybe. Remember Costco online price includes shipping, which is why there is a difference instore vs online. You also don't need costco membership to buy online.
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Apr 27, 2005
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virtus wrote: Noticed this in store today. Around BF pricing or slightly better

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What's the regular price???
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Jul 3, 2013
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Kingston
Should i get this for $749.99 or keep my $500 hisense?
Jr. Member
Jul 11, 2008
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St. John's
$749.99 was the Black Friday price I paid. I live mine.
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Jun 2, 2015
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Knowlton, QC
How does this tv compare to the LG 55UJ6200?
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Oct 8, 2012
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CDNxBahrain wrote: Should i get this for $749.99 or keep my $500 hisense?
Main TV get the Vizio. Bedroom etc Hisense.
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Mar 7, 2011
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Montréal
habsfan31 wrote: How does this tv compare to the LG 55UJ6200?
Hardly comparable, overall the Vizio is a way better display on every aspect except input lag (gaming). Also the Vizio doesn't have a TV tuner for OTA HDTV.
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Dec 21, 2017
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deal_king wrote: What's the regular price???
I think around $1000. I bought the M65 at BF for $1099. IMO, the M Vizio is one of the best values at this price point. If you have more to spend, the Sony 900 is better.

They also had the LG OLEDs back in stock at the BF pricing. $1997 for the 55 and $2997 for the 65. I noticed they bumped them by about $300 in Jan and Feb.
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Is there a big difference between the OLED 55" and the Sony 900? And what about the M55/M65?
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deal_king wrote: Is there a big difference between the OLED 55" and the Sony 900? And what about the M55/M65?
IMO, yes especially if you watch a lot of high quality content. My wife noticed a definite step change between the three OLED>900>M and she doesn't really pay much attention to it. If budget was not a concern, then OLED all the way. (There are reported burn in issues with heavy gamers though on OLED)
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Nov 26, 2003
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Love my M55 too. Gotta love having Dolby Vision.

Altered Carbon on netflix in DV looked awesome on this tv.
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virtus wrote: IMO, yes especially if you watch a lot of high quality content. My wife noticed a definite step change between the three OLED>900>M and she doesn't really pay much attention to it. If budget was not a concern, then OLED all the way. (There are reported burn in issues with heavy gamers though on OLED)
What do you define as high-quality content? I don't have cable and I only watch Netflix or other less reputable streaming sources. Aside from 4k Netflix, my biggest interest is in using the tv as a computer monitor. Any experience with that?
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Jul 4, 2013
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Not sure if this is the tv or not but the recall reading on another thread that there’s only hdr on HDMI 1 or something like that. So if you wanna play PS4 in hdr and your cable box is connected to HDMI 1 you have to switch it out. Then if yo wanna play your xb1x then you have to again switch it to HDMI 1. Am I right about this?
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Nov 20, 2011
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NORTH YORK
deal_king wrote: What do you define as high-quality content? I don't have cable and I only watch Netflix or other less reputable streaming sources. Aside from 4k Netflix, my biggest interest is in using the tv as a computer monitor. Any experience with that?
Don't even bother with oled if you're using it as monitor. Its prone to temporary image retention and burn in from wallpaper, icons and other static in images. Oled requires disciplinary viewing habit, responsibility and caring.


I went to costco to get the m55 until seeing the demo for oled b7. Noticeable difference is the deep black, viewing angle and colour accuracy. The color on the oled pops out. Oled all the way

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