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50'' Hisense H8C 4K TV - $418.86 After tax (for some states)

jitit 8 14 August 16, 2016 at 11:19 AM in 4K TVs (8) More Jet.com Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks August 18, 2016 at 08:52 AM
For those that missed out on the 1-day bestbuy sale, Jet.com is selling the 50'' Hisense H8C for 476 - 1.5% when using debit - 50$ when using SHOP10 code = $418.86. Free shipping and no sales tax for most states.

NOTE: After coupon price is now $421.97 as SHOP10 only takes 10% off ($46.89) after the debit card savings.

https://jet.com/product/50-4K-Ult...5320a3f725

*edit* - Thanks DJKovesh for the SHOP10 tip!
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Last Edited by namlook August 20, 2016 at 04:02 PM
The promo code SHOP10 is valid only on your first purchase

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that Best Buy deal was $380 though
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After tax, closer to 415-420. This isn't as good as the bestbuy deal, but it's close.
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Tempting, but I think I'll wait. Thanks for the post OP!
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Since Walmart bought Jet.com last week, they now charge sales tax in all 50 states.
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Since Walmart bought Jet.com last week, they now charge sales tax in all 50 states.
Not entirely true... Looks like they're not charging taxes (at least for some states), yet. I just jumped on this deal (since I was too slow on the BB deal) and was not charged tax:

$476.00 - Starting Subtotal
$-17.45 - Extra Savings (Debit card + no free returns)
$-30.00 - TRIPLE15- (15% deal, maxed at $30 per order)
$428.55 - Subtotal
$+00.00 - Shipping Fee
$+00.00 - Estimated Tax (for WA state)

$428.55 - Order Total

Tax is about 10% in my area, so worked out to be about $10 more than the $380+taxes BB deal (and if you're interested in 4k+HDR+local dimming, I don't think this deal will be beaten for a while).
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Instead of applying the TRIPLE15 (Maximum of $30 off) code for new customers I applied SHOP10 (Maximum of $50 off). My total is $412.69. Not sure if I should pull the trigger or not. Anyone know if this is 4:4:4 chroma?
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Quote from DJKovesh View Post :
Instead of applying the TRIPLE15 (Maximum of $30 off) code for new customers I applied SHOP10 (Maximum of $50 off). My total is $412.69. Not sure if I should pull the trigger or not. Anyone know if this is 4:4:4 chroma?
Thanks for the tip! See a nice review here: http://televisions.reviewed.com/c...ies-review

And the bestbuy thread: http://slickdeals.net/f/8955043-50-hisense-50h8c-4k-uhd-smart-led-hdtv-w-hdr-380-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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No problem, thanks for the review link. Here [nerdybutflirty.com] is another review that says this TV does support 4:4:4 Chroma.

I missed the Best Buy deal, but I may have to pull the trigger on this one. I mostly plan on using it as a monitor for programming and some gaming.

Also, if you choose to "be frugal" you can get an extra 2.5% back. Smilie
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Quote from DJKovesh View Post :
No problem, thanks for the review link. Here [nerdybutflirty.com] is another review that says this TV does support 4:4:4 Chroma.

I missed the Best Buy deal, but I may have to pull the trigger on this one. I mostly plan on using it as a monitor for programming and some gaming.

Also, if you choose to "be frugal" you can get an extra 2.5% back. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
Looking through the AVSForum thread on the h8c, it seems that HDR isn't supported through HDMI yet (only USB, which is next to useless). It's possible that a firmware update will fix this in the future, but for now expect no HDR. It's still a good deal without the HDR IMO.
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black friday $299 or less
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My comment seems to have been deleted here. So here goes again : Has anyone else noticed that the site doesn't actually list the model number for this TV? Nowhere. But it does say in the description that it is HDR, which would point to the H8 model. But I wonder if they would try to get away with sending customers the H7?
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Quote from qntmleap2 View Post :
My comment seems to have been deleted here. So here goes again : Has anyone else noticed that the site doesn't actually list the model number for this TV? Nowhere. But it does say in the description that it is HDR, which would point to the H8 model. But I wonder if they would try to get away with sending customers the H7?
It says "This H8C" in the description. I'll confirm when it arrives next week.
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Looking through the AVSForum thread on the h8c, it seems that HDR isn't supported through HDMI yet (only USB, which is next to useless). It's possible that a firmware update will fix this in the future, but for now expect no HDR. It's still a good deal without the HDR IMO.
Just found this reply on a BestBuy review, hard telling how accurate it is though:
"HisenseProductExpert, August 16, 2016
Hi! The 2016 4K TV's with HDR local processing capabilities currently support HDR10 via USB input (use the USB 3.0 input).Our software engineers are working on an update to enable HDR10 via HDMI input, which would give the compatibility to Xbox One S. "

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