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[Real Canadian Superstore] Westinghouse 32" FHD SmartTV $105 YMMV

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[Real Canadian Superstore] Westinghouse 32" FHD SmartTV $105 YMMV

Just saw this at the entrance. Westinghouse 32" FHD SmartTV for $149.98 + $0.02 filler and get 15,000 pts or $15 per $50 = $45.

Can't vouch for the quality of this TV so please do your own research. There are a few other TVs on sale as well but this one caught my eyes.

Location: Richmond BC
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Jr. Member
Dec 5, 2010
101 posts
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Toronto
I have this TV - pretty barebones Smart TV but Netflix works well. Good deal for $100
Sr. Member
Feb 26, 2017
603 posts
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I’ve got a Westinghouse- bought it on a whim, the “smart” features are about as useful as plugging in a colecovison. Takes forever to turn on, switching sources is ridiculously over complex and slow.

The picture is probably pretty good for the very low price you pay and the speakers are shit - but that’s not a surprise.
Newbie
Oct 27, 2016
72 posts
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NB
Same got it Black Friday $150 taxes in. Well worth that price. Apps are garbage and slow, I pair it with a switch and an Nvidia shield, works great.
All lower end TV's have apps that never get updated, you're better off with an Android box or Fire stick anyway.
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Dec 24, 2008
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Belle River
gabbycup wrote: Just saw this at the entrance. Westinghouse 32" FHD SmartTV for $149.98 + $0.02 filler and get 15,000 pts or $15 per $50 = $45.

Can't vouch for the quality of this TV so please do your own research. There are a few other TVs on sale as well but this one caught my eyes.

Location: Richmond BC
What promo is that? Is it targeted?
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Dec 19, 2001
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Fernando Poo
Bought this last year, returned it the next day. Couldn't even get it to work without first setting up the TV (we don't watch "tv") and plugging in a code. Why the heck do you need a code to use a TV??
Member
Nov 8, 2007
457 posts
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Ottawa
Bought one back in Nov. 2018 for $100 on pc points. Its a crap tv but gets the job done in my garage or BBQing in the summer. I have had not issues with it turning on or working. Was going to buy another for my basement but RCSS doesn't have any in Ottawa. Like the other guy said the smart function is worse than colecovison but netflix is good. Just don't expect any support or updates.
Jr. Member
Nov 14, 2012
106 posts
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Vancouver
Walked into Superstore to buy milk, walked out with a 49 inch Westinghouse TV. On sale for $349, I added a stuffed toy and got 105k in points back (plus a free box of Cadbury Easter eggs for spending above the weekly promo limit.) Now I'm eating chocolate on my couch in front of a new TV. Today was a good day.

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