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60" LG 60UH6550 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $400 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

crest989 7 48 May 25, 2016 at 11:11 AM in TV (6) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 06-01-2016 by Randy71 at 04:20 PM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has 60" LG 60UH6550 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $400 Dell eGift Card on sale for $1299.99. Shipping is free. Thanks crest989

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (TruMotion)
  • Connectors:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Composite Video / Component Video (Shared)
    • 1x Network
    • 1x Digital Audio
    • 1x Serial

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Written by Randy71

You may also receive 5% back in rewards when you sign up for Dell Advantage. In cart, click on the "Claim Your Rewards" button and follow the instructions to sign up. Rewards arrive 10-20 days after shipment and expires within 90 days. Also includes 2-Year Warranty

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Edited May 26, 2016 at 10:17 AM by iconian
Dell has the LG 60" 4k Smart Ultra UHD -60UH6550 + $400 Dell eGift Card for $1299.99 + Free Shipping with free extra year of warranty.

http://deals.dell.com/productdetail/8l
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cant find anyone else who sells this exact model?
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cant find anyone else who sells this exact model?
Amazon and other selles do.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BY030C4
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You do realize you are being double charged for sales tax right? They tax the $1200 which includes the gift card and then you pay more sales tax when you use the gift card. So how is this a deal?
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You do realize you are being double charged for sales tax right? They tax the $1200 which includes the gift card and then you pay more sales tax when you use the gift card. So how is this a deal?

This hurt my brain
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You do realize you are being double charged for sales tax right? They tax the $1200 which includes the gift card and then you pay more sales tax when you use the gift card. So how is this a deal?
How is this being double taxed? The gift card is just that.. A gift. You are purchasing a tv for $1200 + tax and then receiving a gift card in addition to your tv.
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Quote from PaulP1797 View Post :
How is this being double taxed? The gift card is just that.. A gift. You are purchasing a tv for $1200 + tax and then receiving a gift card in addition to your tv.
So why not just charge $800? You are being charged an extra $25 plus in sales tax.
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You do realize you are being double charged for sales tax right? They tax the $1200 which includes the gift card and then you pay more sales tax when you use the gift card. So how is this a deal?
I dont think that is true. when you use gift card it takes the price down before applying taxes. At least that is what BB does.
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Quote from networkgenius235 View Post :
So why not just charge $800? You are being charged an extra $25 plus in sales tax.
I'm sure they are gambling that the person will not use the gift card before it expires.
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Quote from PaulP1797 View Post :
How is this being double taxed? The gift card is just that.. A gift. You are purchasing a tv for $1200 + tax and then receiving a gift card in addition to your tv.
D'oh... You might want to think about that again.
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Quote from networkgenius235 View Post :
So why not just charge $800? You are being charged an extra $25 plus in sales tax.
Because Dell wants you to buy more stuff from them using the gift card. If they charged $800 instead they would only have $800 in sales rather than $800 and $400 in future sales.

There is no "extra" tax

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D'oh... You might want to think about that again.
You might want to rethink your response
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Last edited by PaulP1797 May 25, 2016 at 04:03 PM
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Quote from networkgenius235 View Post :
So why not just charge $800? You are being charged an extra $25 plus in sales tax.
Because that's how their promotion works. Have you done a mail in rebate? Yeah, same concept. They charge you full price, and then they send you a GC w/ the MIR amounts. Then you do whatever the hell you want w/ that money.

When you consider how much you're getting out of this deal, just consider the sales tax as part of the price you pay for this TV. Does $40 odd dollars in sales tax break the deal? that's up to you to decide.
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#14
Instead of arguing....anyone have any experience with this TV?
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Have never used a Dell GC, so i have a question - can this GC from Home site be redeemed on the Small Business side?
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