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40" Samsung UN40J6200AFXZA 120hz 1080p TV + $150 Dell egift card - $379.99

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Last Edited by annie930ny July 20, 2016 at 08:50 AM
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Dell.com has the Samsung UN40J6200 series tv for a great price after gift card.

Additionally, if you sign up for their advantage rewards program, you will qualify for another giftcard for an additional $19-$59.

This TV has a true 120hz panel, good for sports and video games. Here is a review:

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/j6200
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what's been the experience thus far with these dell gift cards? are they legit? any odd stipulations you have to agree to?
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Quote from bonginoberons View Post :
what's been the experience thus far with these dell gift cards? are they legit? any odd stipulations you have to agree to?
They are legit. The only stipulation is you have 90 days after it is issued to use it. People have also had success selling them for 75%-90% if their value.
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Thanks. Good price. I have already bought TV earlier.

If somebody has a need to buy any other device like a SSD or console it's a great deal which can be stacked with the AMEX offer.
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The model on Dell's site appears to have a pretty nice bezel and stand. However the same model shown at the rtings site, as well as at Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has a cheaper looking bezel and stand.

Wondering which TV you'd actually get?
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Would this work well as a monitor for my PC? I'm looking to get a higher refresh rate than my current monitor (60), any downsides to using a "TV" over a proper computer monitor?

Edit: Nevermind, just read the review linked above, and it looks like it doesn't support 1080p 120Hz PC gaming.
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Last edited by ZombieConker July 20, 2016 at 08:57 AM
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Sweet. Also added the AMEX deal to my card before I purchased:

AMEX Deal you have to add to your card before you place the order:
Dell.com Spend $299 or more, get $50 back
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Quote from Q*bert View Post :
The model on Dell's site appears to have a pretty nice bezel and stand. However the same model shown at the rtings site, as well as at Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has a cheaper looking bezel and stand.

Wondering which TV you'd actually get?
If they are all the same model, you're going to get the same TV from all sources. Check the Samsung site for correct info.
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Yeah, looks like Dell is showing the wrong model in its pictures. Samsung shows the one with cheaper build materials: http://www.samsung.com/us/video/t...J6200AFXZA

That said, the specs of the TV are still good either way.
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If I use a Dell gift card to pay for part of this, can I still do Discover Price Protection? Amazon has this for $347.99.
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Is this about the lowest we can expect for a TV of this size with 120 Hz refresh?
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Quote from ZombieConker View Post :
Would this work well as a monitor for my PC? I'm looking to get a higher refresh rate than my current monitor (60), any downsides to using a "TV" over a proper computer monitor?

Edit: Nevermind, just read the review linked above, and it looks like it doesn't support 1080p 120Hz PC gaming.
if it doesn't support 1080p 120hz over hdmi, then is this a 60hz tv? I don't understand why you couldnt game at 120......

I am also in the market for a 120hz tv that I can game via htpc at higher rates.
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Last edited by bonginoberons July 20, 2016 at 01:35 PM
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If I use a Dell gift card to pay for part of this, can I still do Discover Price Protection? Amazon has this for $347.99.
As I understand it, it must be paid in full (outside of promo codes) with your CC.
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I have a $1 eGC that's about to expire if anyone wants it. Free! laugh out loud
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