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60" Vizio LED slim w/ apps E601i-A3 PRICE DROP at most retailers $879-$899

jetfxr27 181 January 23, 2013 at 05:59 AM in Tech & Electronics (3)
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Just in time for the Super Bowl most retailers have dropped their prices closer to the Famous BF deal of $688.
Costco [costco.com] $879
Sams [samsclub.com] $889
Bb [bestbuy.com] $899
Amazon $888 - see thread here
Vizio store $899
BJ's $889
Walmart [walmart.com] $898

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Get them while they're hot, deal ends around Super Bowl Sunday for most and quantities are limited.

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#151
Quote from Cooper1662 View Post :
I would drown a litter of puppies to get this TV for under 700 dollars. Was it seriously available for purchase on Amazon on Black friday for 698?

That is INfreakinSANE.

I was in no way serious about the puppies and no animals were harmed during the creation of this response.
The warehouse deals are hovering between $699 and $750, theres also a reseller on eBay with BIN at $799 [ebay.com] and below on auctions.
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Quote from jetfxr27 View Post :
Awesome glad to hear it. It appears the price is beginning to creep back up and supply us beginning to dry up a little.
Quote from doub09 View Post :
Tiger Direct offers this set for $899.99, coupon "PUF82060" drops it to $869.99 with free shipping. I had already purchased from Amazon for $888 and was able to price match simply by using the "Found a lower price?" button on my order summary.
In addition to the $30 off code for Tiger Direct, you can get an additional 7% cash back by using Mr. Rebates.
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#153
Prices are creeping back up.
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i would stay away from this tv, and if your really going to buy one make sure you have the correct serial #,

i got this from costco, it died within 2months, no video just sound.

vizio warranty is just outright shameful, they will only replace a tv within 30 days of use - for a brand new tv, and that is only if you bitch and moan and complain about their idiot 2 week turnaround time of sending a tech out to try to fix the tv,

which all they do is hold power down withouot it plugged in for like 60 secs, swap out boards and go the problem is still here.

if you dont bitch and moan, they will send u a refurb unit, and guess what it only comes with a 90 day warranty,

if you guys buy this tv, buy the extended warranty, i was sick of vizio warranty scam and just returned the tv

the tv was ok, viewing angles were poor, had a weird popping noise from the speakers whenever i starte a program or dvd etc, i was using optical out, tried it with its normal speakers same thing, the netflix app runs ridiculously slow, and my wifi signal will jump from 75% to 10%, netflix runs so weird with the bag wifi signal sometimes in hd, sometimes in shitty pixels like i was watching porn on internet in the 90's

i wanted to like this tv, in fact i was very happy with it even with the issues i had, just cuz it was so big compared to my 46"

but to be honest, i would pass on this tv, or take your chances and buy a extended warranty, cuz i guarantee vizio will try to pull a 90 day refurb on u
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Quote from fxclm5 View Post :
i would stay away from this tv, and if your really going to buy one make sure you have the correct serial #,

i got this from costco, it died within 2months, no video just sound.

vizio warranty is just outright shameful, they will only replace a tv within 30 days of use - for a brand new tv, and that is only if you bitch and moan and complain about their idiot 2 week turnaround time of sending a tech out to try to fix the tv,

which all they do is hold power down withouot it plugged in for like 60 secs, swap out boards and go the problem is still here.

if you dont bitch and moan, they will send u a refurb unit, and guess what it only comes with a 90 day warranty,

if you guys buy this tv, buy the extended warranty, i was sick of vizio warranty scam and just returned the tv

the tv was ok, viewing angles were poor, had a weird popping noise from the speakers whenever i starte a program or dvd etc, i was using optical out, tried it with its normal speakers same thing, the netflix app runs ridiculously slow, and my wifi signal will jump from 75% to 10%, netflix runs so weird with the bag wifi signal sometimes in hd, sometimes in shitty pixels like i was watching porn on internet in the 90's

i wanted to like this tv, in fact i was very happy with it even with the issues i had, just cuz it was so big compared to my 46"

but to be honest, i would pass on this tv, or take your chances and buy a extended warranty, cuz i guarantee vizio will try to pull a 90 day refurb on u
What's the right s/n?
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Quote from jetfxr27 View Post :
What's the right s/n?
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1450621...-this-unit

This has a lot of good info...BTW, I absolutely love mine!
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Quote from fxclm5 View Post :
i would stay away from this tv, and if your really going to buy one make sure you have the correct serial #,

i got this from costco, it died within 2months, no video just sound.

vizio warranty is just outright shameful, they will only replace a tv within 30 days of use - for a brand new tv, and that is only if you bitch and moan and complain about their idiot 2 week turnaround time of sending a tech out to try to fix the tv,

which all they do is hold power down withouot it plugged in for like 60 secs, swap out boards and go the problem is still here.

if you dont bitch and moan, they will send u a refurb unit, and guess what it only comes with a 90 day warranty,

if you guys buy this tv, buy the extended warranty, i was sick of vizio warranty scam and just returned the tv

the tv was ok, viewing angles were poor, had a weird popping noise from the speakers whenever i starte a program or dvd etc, i was using optical out, tried it with its normal speakers same thing, the netflix app runs ridiculously slow, and my wifi signal will jump from 75% to 10%, netflix runs so weird with the bag wifi signal sometimes in hd, sometimes in shitty pixels like i was watching porn on internet in the 90's

i wanted to like this tv, in fact i was very happy with it even with the issues i had, just cuz it was so big compared to my 46"

but to be honest, i would pass on this tv, or take your chances and buy a extended warranty, cuz i guarantee vizio will try to pull a 90 day refurb on u
I had the same problem with mine. 2 months and the picture went out. I got mine from Amazon on BF. I didnt have to worry about dealing with Vizio though.....I sent Amazon an email about it and all the reviews on their site about the screen going out. In their first reply back, they stated that a new order was placed for me and that the delivery company would pick up the bad TV. I will, for sure, be buying an extended warranty on the new one.
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Quote from fxclm5 View Post :
i would stay away from this tv, and if your really going to buy one make sure you have the correct serial #,

i got this from costco, it died within 2months, no video just sound.

vizio warranty is just outright shameful, they will only replace a tv within 30 days of use - for a brand new tv, and that is only if you bitch and moan and complain about their idiot 2 week turnaround time of sending a tech out to try to fix the tv,

which all they do is hold power down withouot it plugged in for like 60 secs, swap out boards and go the problem is still here.

if you dont bitch and moan, they will send u a refurb unit, and guess what it only comes with a 90 day warranty,

if you guys buy this tv, buy the extended warranty, i was sick of vizio warranty scam and just returned the tv

the tv was ok, viewing angles were poor, had a weird popping noise from the speakers whenever i starte a program or dvd etc, i was using optical out, tried it with its normal speakers same thing, the netflix app runs ridiculously slow, and my wifi signal will jump from 75% to 10%, netflix runs so weird with the bag wifi signal sometimes in hd, sometimes in shitty pixels like i was watching porn on internet in the 90's

i wanted to like this tv, in fact i was very happy with it even with the issues i had, just cuz it was so big compared to my 46"

but to be honest, i would pass on this tv, or take your chances and buy a extended warranty, cuz i guarantee vizio will try to pull a 90 day refurb on u
Why didn't you just return it to Costco as they have a 90-day return policy.
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Quote from fxclm5 View Post :
if you dont bitch and moan, they will send u a refurb unit, and guess what it only comes with a 90 day warranty,

the netflix app runs ridiculously slow, and my wifi signal will jump from 75% to 10%, netflix runs so weird with the bag wifi signal sometimes in hd, sometimes in shitty pixels like i was watching porn on internet in the 90's
According to their warranty "Replacement parts and units are warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty or for ninety (90) days from warranty service or replacement, whichever is greater." So the replacement should be warranted for the rest of the year.

That's strange about your experience with Netflix. One of the things that surprised me about this TV was how fast the apps run compared to my dads Samsung. Netflix works great. The wireless router is right next to the tv though.

I bought at Target and had them search for a high serial number (51) so, crossing my fingers...
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Quote from godcomplex View Post :
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1450621...-this-unit

This has a lot of good info...BTW, I absolutely love mine!
I've been monitoring that thread, thats why I was curious what his "idea" of the right S/N was.
I since some frustration on that posters part. Hope things get better with the next TV they purchase.
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I ordered the walmart.com bf $688 and it arrived with stuck pixels, exchanged that one and the replacement lasted a little over a month before the screen went black. Returned it
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Quote from blackholez View Post :
I ordered the walmart.com bf $688 and it arrived with stuck pixels, exchanged that one and the replacement lasted a little over a month before the screen went black. Returned it
And then.....
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Quote from engmin75 View Post :
Why didn't you just return it to Costco as they have a 90-day return policy.
yes, i did, and i did not exchange it for another due to all the bad reviews on amazon and walmart.

you have to realize this tv barely came out in production in Oct, there are still alot of old inventory stock sitting on the shelves,

getting the right serial #, is just something you needto check in on the avs forums, i believe higher the serial #, the better chance of it being newer, and POTENTIALLY not having a problem

but read all of the reviews, not just the 1 star and the 5 stars on walmart and amazon, alot of 3 stars were given for some unknown reason even though they had to deal with getting a replacement

i give this tv a 1star, ive never had a electronic item fail so fast in my short 28 year lifespan

read some more reviews and people who have gotten their 2nd replacement are still going through issues, and not the same issue, different issues....

scared yet? EEK!

buy the extended warranty and pray you dont have to use it
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Quote from ElysiumSA View Post :
According to their warranty "Replacement parts and units are warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty or for ninety (90) days from warranty service or replacement, whichever is greater." So the replacement should be warranted for the rest of the year.
call vizio, they will stick you with, its a a warranty service/ replacement = 90 day warranty

you can bitch and moan all you want to get your replacement extended out to the full 1x year, but all they will say is, its a warranty service or replacement = 90 day warranty

go ahead and try LMAO

the only way around the 90 day replacement is getting a warranty service done within 30 days, and bitch and moan you want a new unit

then they automatically will give you 1x year for the delivery of the new unit, but if you dont get the new unit you get stuck with..................

u guessed it

warranty service/ replacement = 90 day warranty

fyi just google vizio and refurb, and see what pops up, lol
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Quote from fxclm5 View Post :
call vizio, they will stick you with, its a a warranty service/ replacement = 90 day warranty

you can bitch and moan all you want to get your replacement extended out to the full 1x year, but all they will say is, its a warranty service or replacement = 90 day warranty

go ahead and try LMAO

the only way around the 90 day replacement is getting a warranty service done within 30 days, and bitch and moan you want a new unit

then they automatically will give you 1x year for the delivery of the new unit, but if you dont get the new unit you get stuck with..................

u guessed it

warranty service/ replacement = 90 day warranty

fyi just google vizio and refurb, and see what pops up, lol
I did. What's your point.
https://www.google.com/search?q=v...ent=safari
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