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40" Sony KDL-40W600B WiFi Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

iconian 48,352 65,396 October 29, 2015 at 11:47 AM in Smart TVs (12) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 10-30-2015 by SubZero5 at 07:01 PM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has 40" Sony KDL-40W600B WiFi Smart LED HDTV on sale for $498 - $78 w/ coupon code DCBLMJW1P59BBJ - $200 Slickdeals Rebate = $220. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • WiFi + Smart
  • Tuners: NTSC, ATSC, QAM
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
This rebate will require:
  • Signed rebate form
  • Copy of invoice
  • UPC Cutout
Please see our blog post for additional details

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Edited October 30, 2015 at 07:01 PM by iconian
**update - rebate is now $200, so please be sure to get the right rebate form. if you bought this before 10/30, you can still use the rebate as it's back dated to 10/28 **




deal [dell.com]

$498 - $78 w/ coupon code JNTC1MLGG22ZLQ or DCBLMJW1P59BBJ - $200 slickdeals rebate [4myrebate.com] = $220 + free shipping

be sure to click through slickdeals links for proper tracking and attribution

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • WiFi + Smart
  • Tuners: NTSC, ATSC, QAM
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
This rebate will require:
  • Signed rebate form
  • Copy of invoice
  • UPC Cutout
Please see our blog postfor additional details

should also have 5-10% back in dell rewards via dell advantage, check cart for the details
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Does this require click through slickdeals or can you use the discover cashback portal?
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Quote from wighty View Post :
Does this require click through slickdeals or can you use the discover cashback portal?

always, if it's not clicked via us, then tracking can get lost, so attribution could be denied, as we won't know that you got it from here
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Is this 60 HZ or 120Hz?
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Does this require click through slickdeals or can you use the discover cashback portal?
Could you purchase this and price match to Walmart through Discover since it doesn't mention Slickdeals rebates?
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Could you purchase this and price match to Walmart through Discover since it doesn't mention Slickdeals rebates?
Never mind, linked to the wrong Sony at Walmart. Still, if the price lowers in the next 90 days wouldn't you be able to price match?

And I hate to keep saying it, but it's true. SD needs to make these rebates universal as far as "how" to qualify for them. Some say you HAVE to click through the SD link, while others make no mention of it. Others you need the UPC, others don't say that. Then there's the must say SD rebate on your invoice while others go off the final price while others state the initial price (such as the recent $634.00). Must use "only" the SD coupon or other coupons O.K. Seriously, it's all messed up and more often than not frustrates everyone to the point they don't want to chance it. Yes, we can all read T&C's, but with SD it's not transparent, it's always ambiguous and seems to be worded so it's easily deniable.
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is this 60 hz or 120hz?
240 hz
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I really don't like the click-through requirement from SD. Makes these deals less slick since you can't get CB to cover the tax.

Now I regret not taking part in older SD rebates. Frown
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"We're sorry, the coupon code you have entered is not valid in the segment in which you are currently shopping."
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"We're sorry, the coupon code you have entered is not valid in the segment in which you are currently shopping."

has to be using my link = dell home.
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Quote from ShanmugaS View Post :
240 hz
Wrong, native refresh rate is 60Hz. It does 240Hz processing, but the panel can only refresh at a 60Hz rate.
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Never mind, linked to the wrong Sony at Walmart. Still, if the price lowers in the next 90 days wouldn't you be able to price match?

And I hate to keep saying it, but it's true. SD needs to make these rebates universal as far as "how" to qualify for them. Some say you HAVE to click through the SD link, while others make no mention of it. Others you need the UPC, others don't say that. Then there's the must say SD rebate on your invoice while others go off the final price while others state the initial price (such as the recent $634.00). Must use "only" the SD coupon or other coupons O.K. Seriously, it's all messed up and more often than not frustrates everyone to the point they don't want to chance it. Yes, we can all read T&C's, but with SD it's not transparent, it's always ambiguous and seems to be worded so it's easily deniable.
I would imagine slickedealers are notorious penny pinchers so they will definitely follow up on these rebates so SD gotta make their money somehow, right?

My guess is that is why it is the way it is....
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has to be using my link = dell home.
I'm not buying it, but I did use your link, and I just tried again for good measure - no dice.
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I had this TV…good picture but terrible for motion. Scrapped it for a 120hz model.
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