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Price for a 60" 4k and 1080p?

MiniExBike 253 73 August 27, 2015 at 04:13 PM in HDTV (3)
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I missed the Refurb Vizio 60" 4k for $533 + tax http://slickdeals.net/f/8005035-refurbished-vizio-p602ui-b3-60-4k-ultra-hd-2160p-60hz-full-array-led-smart-tv-533-walmart?src=SiteSearch

and there's a Refurb Samsung 60" right now for $599 + tax http://slickdeals.net/f/8070197-refurbished-samsung-un60h6203afxza-60-1080p-120hz-led-smart-hdtv-599-99-walmart?v=1&p=77881010#post77881010

What is a good price on a new or refurb 60" 4k and 1080p tv? and should I wait until Black Friday?

If this isn't the right place to pose such a question be gentle Smilie I've never asked a question like this before.
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I'd say the Samsung return deal,is so so it's Samsung but entry lvl for smart tv. Vizio not as good of brand but newer model with 4k is a excellent price. Is say 600 for 1080p smart and 900 for 4k are doable prices new. Returb maybe 450 for 1080p and 650 for 4k seem like normal rates.
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Quote from BrentW7630 View Post :
I'd say the Samsung return deal,is so so it's Samsung but entry lvl for smart tv. Vizio not as good of brand but newer model with 4k is a excellent price. Is say 600 for 1080p smart and 900 for 4k are doable prices new. Returb maybe 450 for 1080p and 650 for 4k seem like normal rates.
Thanks, sounds like it'll pay to hold out. I've got my deal alerts set up so I'll pull the trigger for a 60" in those ranges!
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