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Samsung 43" Class UN43KU6300 6-Series 4K UHD TV - $497 at Frys with promo code NO TAX - Today only

GaGaGeGe 483 292 August 18, 2016 at 08:23 AM in TV (14) More Frys Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks August 18, 2016 at 09:27 AM
Frys [frys.com] has Samsung 43" TV UN43KU6300 for $597.99 - $100.99 Thursday's Promo code = $497 and tax is paid by Frys.
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Target is selling the 55 inch version of this for 800 I believe for what it's worth

http://www.target.com/p/samsung-un55ku6500-55-curved-smart-uhd-4k-120-motion-rate-tv/-/A-50672694
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no free shipping for those like me that don't live near a store
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TV has "HDR Premium", is this HDR10?
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What was Thursdays Promo code???
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Quote from rklewis2 View Post :
What was Thursdays Promo code???
It's single use.
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It's single use.
Just sign up for email and they will send it to you
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This is expensive for a 43 inch tv even if it's 4K.
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Quote from no-name-blue View Post :
TV has "HDR Premium", is this HDR10?
No. Samsung calls the industry standard HDR10 as HDR1000. It starts from the KS8000 series.
Any model below that is not HDR10 compliant.
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No. Samsung calls the industry standard HDR10 as HDR1000. It starts from the KS8000 series.
Any model below that is not HDR10 compliant.
Oh, ok. Thanks for the answer.
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#11
Not so great price, bought the 50 inch version of this for this exact price out the door from frys last week.
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