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[Costco] Vizio Quantum M658-G1 65-in. Smart 4K HDR LED TV - $1029.99

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nice price, how would the P659-G1 compare against the samsung QN65Q60?
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pesttt wrote:
Jul 15th, 2019 11:58 am
Yes they have it as well.
What model is that and what are the dollar numbers on the shelf tag? Pic not clear enough to read them.
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shadowsteve wrote:
Jul 15th, 2019 12:28 pm
What model is that and what are the dollar numbers on the shelf tag? Pic not clear enough to read them.

M658-G1
$1469 - $400 rebate = 1069 + $24 eco = $1093

P659-G1
$2089 - $600 rebate = $1489 +$24 eco = $1513
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This seems to be a decent deal. I will have to go check it out in store.
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Went to costco near my office and they had like zero Vizio's over 40"
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I have not opened the M 2018 that I got for 700$, ina dilimma now. This one has QLED. 120 Hz native refresh, 90 zones vs 40 zones. Is it worth the extra 350$??
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Actually really good prices if you collect Aeroplan miles as there is a 5x promo right now.

At a $0.025 per mile valuation, you'll get around $215 worth of miles on the P series if you buy the extended warranty plus $33 towards your account if you're an executive member.

On the M series it's about $135 plus $22 when also purchasing warranty.

Solid deals when you factor that in.

NOTE, my numbers are approximate :)
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At native 120hz am I wrong to think this is better than the TCL?
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blzn wrote:
Jul 16th, 2019 3:45 am
At native 120hz am I wrong to think this is better than the TCL?
That TCL deal is like low to mid range with good value in the purchase. This Vizio is like mid to high range with latest tech (quantum dot display) at affordable price.
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Ordered the vizio over costco.ca with areo5 code. thanks op

Anyone has any thoughts vs the Sony XBR65X850F/A
About the same price as the vizio one

https://www.amazon.ca/Sony-XBR65X850F-L ... B078WG6DBH


edit.... sticking with the vizio after browsing around :)
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This or its P equivalent for 1500+?

I missed out on the 799 65" deal a few days ago. Plus, ordering from Costco online is cheaper for me than renting a truck to transport the TV.
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I'm really debating pulling the trigger on this tv for general movie watching and to connect my Nvidia shield to it to stream games.
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Gord18Stirr wrote:
Jul 16th, 2019 8:41 am
I'm really debating pulling the trigger on this tv for general movie watching and to connect my Nvidia shield to it to stream games.
If I end up winning my internal debate, I'll be hooking it up to my Shield too, so couldn't care less about its smartness, lol.
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digiital wrote:
Jul 15th, 2019 11:28 pm
Went to costco near my office and they had like zero Vizio's over 40"
Comment of the year right here.
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Jul 15, 2019
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Ordered! I was considering the TCL 6 Series, I'm unsure if this is better or not but now I have 90 days to decide. Any opinions on M658-G1 vs 65R617 given they're about the same price point would be appreciated.

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