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[Walmart] [HOT] Sharp 65" 4K TV $298 Walmart - In-Store only and limited stock, YMMV

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[Walmart] [HOT] Sharp 65" 4K TV $298 Walmart - In-Store only and limited stock, YMMV

Found Sharp 65" 4K HDR LED Smart TV, LC-65N7104U
for $298 in Montreal today, $598-672 regular price.

Better hurry up folks, these are getting sold quickly.

Stock track:

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=88814300715

Edit: Found a Phillips 65" 4K for same price. 3 in Pointe-Claire and 2 in Kirkland, QC.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=60958525310
Last edited by CrimeMasterGoGo on Sep 9th, 2020 9:36 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Dec 10, 2012
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good luck finding any, almost like .02 stuff.
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Jul 25, 2018
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I bought yesterday and the TV clarity is awesome for 300! Really satisfied. Warranty is only 35$ for 3 years
[OP]
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Feb 24, 2020
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sirxterminator wrote: good luck finding any, almost like .02 stuff.
Ask the staff for other brands too, they also had Phillips and RCA 65" for the same price.
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I think Sharp is a better brand than Phillips or RCA.
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I am trying to figure out, why so many down votes?
Posting a deal for the first time here, what did I do wrong?
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CrimeMasterGoGo wrote: I am trying to figure out, why so many down votes?
Posting a deal for the first time here, what did I do wrong?
Don't worry... peeps are jelly that they can't get in on the deal.
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May 19, 2017
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CrimeMasterGoGo wrote: I am trying to figure out, why so many down votes?
Posting a deal for the first time here, what did I do wrong?
People butthurt it shows as out of stock at their stores or downvoting to discourage others so they can get the tv's before anyone else
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CrimeMasterGoGo wrote: I am trying to figure out, why so many down votes?
Posting a deal for the first time here, what did I do wrong?
I didn't downvote, but I checked and there's 0 stock *anywhere* in my region. Maybe people are voting down with "not available". Maybe throw an extra YMMV in title? I appreciate the heads up anyway.
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Are these rebadged Hisense like the 50" ones?
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CrimeMasterGoGo wrote: I am trying to figure out, why so many down votes?
Posting a deal for the first time here, what did I do wrong?
Thanks OP for sharing. I wish I can score one of those 65 inchers tomorrow. Don't mind the down voters.
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Mmagic888 wrote: Are these rebadged Hisense like the 50" ones?

ABSOLUTELY

Sharp licensed it out to Hisense.

Sharp more recently sued Hisense China (aka Chinese military affiliated brand) for pushing out the lowest quality of TV monitors, forever killing off the Sharp quality brand name.

Sharp sues Hisense over 'shoddily' made TV sets
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-40246908
Sharp is suing business partner Hisense, claiming the company is putting its name on low quality TVs.
Hisense can make TV sets using the Sharp name thanks to a deal it signed with the company in 2015.
Sharp said the TVs bearing its name broke US rules on electromagnetic emissions and that Hisense had made false claims about picture quality.
Hisense said it "categorically" denied the claims made in Sharp's court papers and it would defend itself.
Court argument
As well as accusing the Hisense-made TV sets of breaking emission guidelines, Sharp said the devices also broke Federal Trade Commission rules on pictures sizes and did not meet wider industry standards covering device safety.
Sharp's legal papers said its brand was at risk of being "destroyed" by the "shoddily manufactured" TV sets by the time the five-year deal ended.
It wants Hisense to stop using the Sharp name.
The legal action is believed to be linked to Sharp's efforts to rebuild itself after a long period of turmoil.
Sharp signed the deal with Hisense to raise cash when it was facing financial problems.
Soon after, Taiwanese electronics company Foxconn bought a controlling stake in Sharp and has injected cash into the business to re-invigorate it.
High Quality SHARP JAPAN
became
Low Quality HISENSE CHINA

HISENSE = RCA = any other bottom-label brand
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[OP]
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ButtermanJr wrote: I didn't downvote, but I checked and there's 0 stock *anywhere* in my region. Maybe people are voting down with "not available". Maybe throw an extra YMMV in title? I appreciate the heads up anyway.
Thanks for the suggestion. Added YMMV in title.

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