you would still be out an amount of money (cost of the cheapest tv), because you never actually get refunds - just exchange (give or take price differences).
You have to go to walmart
you have to take a large tv out of a box, set up somewhere in your house, calibrate screen, hook up connections...
people need to put a value on their time.
You have 90 days to return a new TV, among other things. They will give you a CASH refund for the original purchase price, if you like. Typically you can buy the same TV again for less since the price often drops in 90 days. I've been thinking, the real slick deal would be having a Walmart credit card, which I do. This could mean no $$ out of pocket AND this could further be combined with the "no interest for 12 months on purchases above $299" deals they are constantly sending to their CC customers (I have 4 of these or similar scannable barcode coupons saved up right now) and it would not only be no money out of pocket, but a few interest free minimum monthly payments and you can keep a new TV ad infinitum with an actual cost amounting to about $25 out of pocket per month (minimum monthly payment) X3 months (until full refund which will exceed your CC balance by $75, to be applied to next TV). So, $75 max cost at a time, which is actually refundable to you (temporarily or permanently if you forgo another TV) at any time. I dunno, just a thought, I haven't had the balls to try this yet, not only because I think it will raise red flags but I have had issues with CC refunds at Walmart before that took a while to sort out. But, buying a TV cash and returning it 89 days later then going across town and buying my next TV cash from the other Walmart here in town has never let me down... I guess I am fortunate that I can afford to have about $600 cash out of pocket at all times, would be nice if I could have like $2,000 out of pocket and be sitting on a really nice TV, maybe some day soon :-)
yep, just dove in 4 1 at 149. have the original GT7 tablet and love it. planning to use this as a Sonos controller and remote for tv and home theater, so could care less about the 8 gigs on board and the screen resolution. about $100 cheaper than a real sonos controller, and should work just as well or better with the sonos android app. the IR blaster seems to be pretty unique and should come in handy too.
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