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Vizio M60-C3 60'' 4k tv from Costco, Dell and Homedepot $979.99

prathyks 6 10 April 13, 2016 at 11:17 AM in 4K TVs (9)
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes April 15, 2016 at 03:25 PM
This might not be the best deal on this TV ever. But this is decent price for the TV in recent times.

Both Homdepot and Dell have it at this price.
Although, at this price, Dell Gift card along with it would have been better deal.

Update: Costco has it for better price.
$979.99
http://www.costco.com/Vizio-60%22...61731.html

$999:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/VIZIO-.../206030395 - OOS
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...4116327591
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#2
yep, waiting on gift card to be included on this tv or the 65"!
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#3
possibly get a price match at Bestbuy?
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Price match at Best Buy?
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yep, waiting on gift card to be included on this tv or the 65"!
what gift card
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#6
Description on homedepot website states 1080p HDTV. One reviewer said its not the M series that's on the vizio website probably means its the 2014 M series.
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hope the sony x850c 65 inch deal comes back soon
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#8
Costco and Sam's Club have had this at around $960 at least a couple of times.

EDIT: Looks like Costco currently has this at $979.

http://www.costco.com/Vizio-60%22...61731.html
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#9
Not really a great price considering this has been on sale around $700 before.
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Quote from JuanN7493 View Post :
Description on homedepot website states 1080p HDTV. One reviewer said its not the M series that's on the vizio website probably means its the 2014 M series.
According to Q&A, it is 2160....

CommunityAnswer February 07, 2016This product is a 4k television.

VIZIOEntertainmentExpert January 29, 2016Thank you for inquiring about our product. This is a 4K (2160P) capable TV. Thanks again and have a great day.
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#11
Just fyi, and granted this is personal experience. I bought this from Costco in January. Already had to replace it twice due to hardware failures. First time was the backlight, second time was for dead pixels in the display. Not very pleased with the build quality.
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I've had great luck with vizio, 4yr old Vizio XVT series is still going with heavy use. The P50 refurb is great and BF purchase is likely to be the NEW P series with Google Cast. The old VIA plus 4K apps are dying on older models.
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#13
Was just thinking about this tv since the 55 inch refurbished for 550 deal is on FP.

The 2015 M60 has dropped to 700, 528 and even 350 on clearance. I wouldn't pay 1000 for it now granted there have been better Samsung and Sony deals as well.
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Keep in mind that without HDR these TV's are already somewhat outdated.
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Keep in mind that without HDR these TV's are already somewhat outdated.
Yes, and with the new 2016 M series just around the corner, it just isn't worth it unless you get a stellar deal on the 2015 model.
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