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Sears.com Black Friday: (11/22) 50'' Toshiba 50L2200U 1080p LED HDTV $299.99

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Sears.com [sears.com] has (11/22) 50'' Toshiba 50L2200U 1080p LED HDTV for $299.99 on November 23rd (BLACK FRIDAY).

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Description: We have barely seen any 50" LED HDTV's for $500, so this $300 price tag is slick! The TV does not have WiFi or Apps, or many HDMI inputs but for $300, it does not need to. What you will get is a very good TV at an unbeatable price.
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Model: 50L2200U
Sku: SPM6539709701
Category: LED Televisions (TVs)

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#706
Quote from defjukie View Post :
I sent my form in yesterday. They specifically ask for a copy of the statement showing the FULL account number, which isn't available from Discover (they only show the last 4 digits).

I hope they don't use that to reject the claim. Hopefully I've got a $350 refund on the way.

It's been really hard not to open the box, it's been sitting in my living room for a week now...
Quote from melsargent View Post :
I just called discover and the price protection division to verify that a statements showing only the last four digits of the card # were O.K. The first rep told me it had to show the full credit card number. I told her they don't print the full # and she said I still needed it. So I called Discover back again and they called another rep at the Claims center who verified that the statement showing only the last four digits was sufficient. She seemed to have a more superior position and verified what the other rep told me was wrong. Lots of confusion between the claims center and discover!
Was just about to post about this. I printed out the details of just the transaction for the TV with it showing only the last 4 digits of the account number. I am planning on mailing this in with the form. Then I noticed that nowhere does Discover have the entire account number on any of the printable statements. And of course they don't!

Thanks for calling Discover about this. I have to believe that a printout of the transaction that includes your name, address, phone number, and last 4 digits of the account number should be more than enough info for them to verify that the TV was indeed purchased using your Discover card!

Going to send mine off today. Good luck everyone.
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#707
hey, the discover price protection claim form says to include "original sales receipt". i ordered from amazon and there was no original receipt in the box. can we just use the invoice that we can print out from amazon?
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#708
Quote from nedved2000 View Post :
hey, the discover price protection claim form says to include "original sales receipt". i ordered from amazon and there was no original receipt in the box. can we just use the invoice that we can print out from amazon?
Yes. That's what I used.
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#709
What are you guys using for your documentation of lower sale price?

The form asks for "Dated advertisement showing the lower price... For internet advertisements, this must include the date the advertisement was posted, merchant name, website address, the product and the sale price."

I was wondering what exactly they're looking for with "date the advertisement was posted."
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#710
Quote from wellito View Post :
What are you guys using for your documentation of lower sale price?

The form asks for "Dated advertisement showing the lower price... For internet advertisements, this must include the date the advertisement was posted, merchant name, website address, the product and the sale price."

I was wondering what exactly they're looking for with "date the advertisement was posted."
See post #677. You can use that. And rep worldwave!
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#711
Mailing it in tomorrow with all needed documents, will post on here what happens!
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#712
I hope somebody gets their response soon! I really want to open this giant box that's been in my closet for a week. I'll feel a lot more secure once I know that it was approved for someone.
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#713
Quote from Kudagra View Post :
I hope somebody gets their response soon! I really want to open this giant box that's been in my closet for a week. I'll feel a lot more secure once I know that it was approved for someone.
Waiting patiently. Sent my stuff off last Saturday. Maybe within a week we will start hearing some news on this. To be honest I am not getting my hopes up. But if it happens...great!
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#714
Mailed mine off to Discover 11/30, I will update when I hear something back.
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#715
Quote from gppcr View Post :
Any update on the Discover price protection claim? Anybody received the claim form send by Discover?
I have received the claim form and mailed it in. I also spoke with a CSR regarding the form stating that your discover statement has to show your entire account number. They said that was wrong and a statement that shows the last four digits is acceptable.

Hopefully a check will be cut and sent to me soon. Come on 50 dollar tv come on.

Quote from sumrtym View Post :
Current TV settings

Try these and tell me if you've found better. I found the color to be a bit overblown, especially on reds, and had to make some adjustments.

Contrast 50
Backlight 60
Dynalight Off
Brightness 57
Color 45
Tint 0
Sharpness 0
Dynamic Contrast Off
Static Gamma 0
Color Temperature Medium
Cinema Mode Film

DNR both set to OFF

Most settings I've found online had backlight at 100, with minimum recommended at 44. 44 is getting too dark, and 100 punches energy usage up to over 100W. I found the slight increase from default at 50 to 60 looked best on my set and balanced out the energy usage. Played with that a LOT, and honestly the difference between 50 to 100 is not really huge, except in energy use, but I did like it just a bit higher than the 50 default.

Color was just stupid bright on pinks and reds, so much so you were losing detail. I've taken it down as far as 40 and finally settled on 45. The reds and pinks can still be a bit "in your face", but then again, it's a big screen. It still looks good, bright color at 45 but keeps from completely blowing those out which it seemed to be doing at 50 (gf commented how orange faces looked on SOME channels / shows and the 45 tones that down just a bit too).

Give them a try and see what you think and give some feedback.
I am really liking these settings so far. Thanks a lot.
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#716
Just called Discover, was told that my claim has been approved. The check is coming in 15 business day. Below is the number I called in case someone needs it.

1 800 638 8312

good luck to all. I am opening my big box Big Grin
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#717
Well that's good news!
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#718
Be careful make sure that its correct info before opening the box. you don't want to get hit with a open box restocking fee if you need to return.
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#719
Quote from flamesky View Post :
Just called Discover, was told that my claim has been approved. The check is coming in 15 business day. Below is the number I called in case someone needs it.

1 800 638 8312

good luck to all. I am opening my big box Big Grin
when did you send the claim papers in??
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#720
Quote from bud914 View Post :
when did you send the claim papers in??
Last Saturday, Dec 1
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