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|03-13-2013 07:43 AM|
|03-11-2013 03:53 PM|
When i was shopping for my 55UT50 last December I had to cross state lines to find a store that carried the 55" model, and they only had 1. I find it very rare that a Sears has a 55" plasma in stock at the store due to low demand. Most people who buy plasmas are either looking for the cheap 42" model, or a maximum 50.
$900 sounds about right. It's probably about an $1100-$1200 TV brand new right now considering it's last year's model. It's likely a display model as well that has heavy use for a year. 15-20% off is fitting.
|03-10-2013 06:10 PM|
|GhostDog||The Best Buy near me only has the 50" UT50.|
|03-10-2013 06:07 PM|
|03-10-2013 01:04 PM|
|runintotherain||So this is a Viera TV?|
|03-10-2013 08:10 AM|
Panasonic P55ST50 Open Box $900 - YMMV
I was able to get the Panasonic P55ST50 Open Box at Best Buy yesterday for $900. Last one they had at that location, so this is YMMV.
I had bought the Panasonic P50ST50 for $799 a couple weeks ago when they had it for sale at Sears. Love the picture and was trying to get one for my parents. However, they're pretty much sold out anywhere that's willing to honor this price. Seems like Best Buy may have some of the 55" kicking around though. One store sold their last P55ST50 new in box for $1000, then I went to a second Best Buy store that had it open box for $970+. When I told the manager that the other store had it new in box for $1000, he gave me the "open box" discount of 10%, bringing it down to $900.
I figure the extra 5" of screen size is worth $100. I was surprised that there were some BB stores still with inventory. May be worth checking out, and here's the receipt if someone wants to try to price match...