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Kenmore LED HDTV 1080p/720p or 4K TV Up to $325 back in SYW points at Sears ROLLABLE

rs4ever 558 652 July 10, 2016 at 09:03 AM in TV (4) More Sears Deals
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Last Edited by rs4ever July 10, 2016 at 09:24 AM
Sears has the newly released Kenmore LED TV's on sale with up to $325 back in SYW points. Points are rollable.

All purchases has the following promotion
$10 back on $50 (Last day today)
$15 back in points on $75 electronics (limit 1 time per member)
+ Coupons if applicable.

Kenmore 32" Class LED 720p HDTV [sears.com] - $199.99 + $50 SYW Points + $10 SYW Bonus + $15 SYW Bonus
720p Contrast Ratio:10000:1 Refresh: 60Hz

Kenmore 40" Class LED 1080p HDTV [sears.com] - $299.99 + $80 SYW Points + $10 SYW Bonus + $15 SYW Bonus
1080p Contrast Ratio:10000:1 Refresh: 60Hz

Kenmore 50" Class LED 1080p HDTV [sears.com] - $399.9 + $100 SYW Points + $10 SYW Bonus + $15 SYW Bonus
1080p Contrast Ratio:10000:1 Refresh: 60Hz

Kenmore Elite 50" Class LED 4K UHD TV [sears.com] - $749.99 + $250 SYW Points + $10 SYW Bonus + $15 SYW Bonus
4K Contrast Ratio:10000:1 Refresh: 60Hz

Kenmore Elite 55" Class LED 4K UHD TV [sears.com] - $899.99 + $300 SYW Points + $10 SYW Bonus + $15 SYW Bonus
4K Contrast Ratio:10000:1 Refresh: 60Hz

Kenmore Elite 65" Class LED 4K UHD TV [sears.com] - $1499.99 + $300 SYW Points + $10 SYW Bonus + $15 SYW Bonus
4K Contrast Ratio:10000:1 Refresh: 120Hz
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Wow, didn't know Kenmore made televisions.
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Wow, didn't know Kenmore made televisions.
haha. same. What the heck? Have they always made TVs?
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No photos, specs, or model number at all from I can see on Sears' mobile site. Any info on these TVs at all?
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haha. same. What the heck? Have they always made TVs?

No, it is a new "brand extension".
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This is a repost, but the post is nicer than the original one, so I wouldn't mind keeping this one instead.
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No, it is a new "brand extension".
Nice. They look kind of thick though for newly released TVs.
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This is a repost, but the post is nicer than the original one, so I wouldn't mind keeping this one instead.
yeah, saw the last one but it was marked expired not sure why.
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Nice. They look kind of thick though for newly released TVs.
I believe these are backlit meaning they would be thicker than edge lit.
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Wow, didn't know Kenmore made televisions.
Think it's a TV and refrigerator all in one
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I believe these are backlit meaning they would be thicker than edge lit.
Which means there's less chance it's going to get edge bleed.
Edge lit is cheaper and has less LED's.

Backlit uses more LED and is actually better as they provide better contrast at the expense of being thicker.
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Which means there's less chance it's going to get edge bleed.
Edge lit is cheaper and has less LED's.

Backlit uses more LED and is actually better as they provide better contrast at the expense of being thicker.
Yeah, I hate that edge bleed "flashlight" effect on one of my TVs.
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Decent specs on these sets. Price before and after SYW points is still a bit much for me. If it were a lower out of pocket price, I might jump on it. If it were a Samsung or something, I might jump on the deal. Overall the deal is still good, so thanks for sharing OP.
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