Deals by category: TVs
Newegg.com this week is offering big savings on the Asus 27-inch widescreen LED backlight Ultra Wide View monitor (model no. VN279Q) which has been slashed from $330 down to $260 to start, then is lowered further to $234 after coupon code ‘EMCWWWG25’ is used, and finally to $204 when this $30 off mail-in-rebate is used. That makes this nearly $50 less than buying it anywhere else. This monitor features 1920x1080 resolution, 178 degree viewing angles, a contrast ratio of 100000000:1 and 5ms response time. Included is a three year warranty on parts and labor from Asus.
On rollback today at Walmart.com is the Sanyo 58-inch LED HDTV (model no. DP58D34) which has been cut from $799 down to $499. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this HDTV by over $100. FREE shipping is available, and sales tax applies for residents of most states. This HDTV features 58-inches of 1080p resolution with 120Hz refresh rate, built-in digital tuner, three HDMI inputs and it is VESA wall mountable.
Currently at Amazon get the TCL 40-inch 1080p smart LED HDTV (model no. 40FS4610R) with Roku built-in for $330. That’s a savings of $21 off the list price of $350, and the lowest price we have seen on this HDTV by more than $30. FREE delivery is included and sales tax applies for residents of Kansas, Kentucky, New York, North Dakota, or Washington. This HDTV features 1080p resolution, a refresh rate of 60Hz, 3HDMI inputs and includes built-in Roku software for access to apps like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora and more.
The refurbished Hisense 40-inch 1080p LED-backlit LCD HDTV with WiFi (model no. 40H3E) is available today from Woot.com for the reduced price of $199.99. That’s a savings of $65 over the lowest price found anywhere else. This HDTV features 1080p resolution, an aspect ratio of 16:9, 178-degree viewing angles, built-in digital tuner and WiFi. It is backed by a 90 day warranty on parts and labor from Hisense.
On rollback today at Walmart.com is the RCA 32-inch LED HDTV/DVD combo with Roku streaming. This deal is $267.30, which is the lowest price we have seen on this HDTV by around $50. This HDTV features a 32-inch monitor, 60Hz refresh rate, 720p resolution, wide viewing angles, dual HDMI ports, built-in Wi-Fi and more. This HDTV is backed by a one year warranty from RCA.
Quite frequently when we’re out hunting for good deals we find ourselves running into conflicting interests between our wants and our wallets. For example, every so often there is a HDTV that would be perfect for filling that void in our lives…you know…from that thing that just happened…that we would rather not talk about, and instead would prefer to mindlessly watch a bunch of sad movies on Netflix that we can REALLY relate to. Oh wouldn’t that be perfect right about now, but wait…this is a TWO PACK? Really? Who sells a two pack of HDTVs. We’ll tell you who. Meh.com. You know why? Because they know you want TWO, not because you need them, but because two is always better than one…and it’s Tuesday. What more of a reason do you need than that? None! That’s what we thought too…turns out our Master Card didn’t agree…probably shouldn’t have bought so many solo sushi platters, single serving steak microwaveable dinners (with double fudge brownie desert) and designer jeans with elastic waste bands. Anyways, back to the point. Two refurbished Emerson 39-inch HDTVs for only $300. (Man, we paid nearly $1,000 for our last 40-inch HDTV that now mostly consists of vertical lines full of dead pixels, lose HDMI ports, and speakers that only work part-time hours). Let’s face it, this is a killer deal…and for the financing…don’t worry about it! Simply follow meh.com’s 14 simple steps, which include finding a gullible friend or family member who wants a TV, convincing them that you have found the perfect deal for them…yada-yada-yada…they give you the cash. You buy the TVs, they get one, you pay nothing, (when the steps for redeeming your…um…eh hem…discount…have been followed) and they foot the entire bill due to their lack of being as suave and internet savvy as you. Ultimately they thank you, you remind them that “with great power comes great responsibility” or that “I didn’t ask for these astonishing deal finding powers, but now that I have them…I must use them for the greater good” and my personal favorite “you can thank me later…with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh”. **sniff sniff** mmm…smells like success to me.