Today's promo code email from fry's has the OLED65C6P for $2099. $100 cheaper than a few weeks ago. Looks like they're trying to get rid of the last few.
Picture of ad - http://m.imgur.com/tn6BJTb
Use a Citi/Chase card and submit a Price Protection price of $1579 to get the maximum $500 credit bringing the TV down to $1599.
Link to item - http://www.frys.com/product/8727001
E-mail says Promo code is good from June 18 through June 24.
It shows available around me in Duluth, GA and a lot of other locations. Reserve it for store pickup and use code in store to get the price.
Price Protection - Don't purchase from these online sites with bad reviews. Check if your credit card has price protection and get a refund from them instead.
Joe's av link - http://www.joesav.com/LG-LED-HDTV...AmOn8P8HAQ
I got mine down to $1699 from Citi and it took about 7 days.
- IN STORE ONLY for this price. If you enter your promo code online, it is only a few hundred dollar discount.
- You can reserve your TV online for store pickup and apply the code in-store. Ordering on the website for store pickup does not charge your card. It is just to hold the item for you
- Price protection is offered by credit card companies. Check your credit card. My CITI Thank You preferred offers up to a $500 max protection within 60 or 90 days. The day I purchased my TV, I took screenshots of TVSuperstores.com showing a $600 lower price. I submitted my price protection claim through CITI website and sent them the documents (copy of original receipt + screenshot of lower price). About 4 business days later I got my $500 refund as statement credit. You can choose to receive a check or statement credit.
- When using price protection, only purchase the TV by itself. It makes the process easier. I also hear it is hard to use price protection if the item you purchased was part of a bundle. If the lower online price you are matching to is in a bundle it doesn't matter as long as the original item you already bought was not in a bundle
- I've never seen any other retailer price match Fry's e-mail promo deals because it is a deal requiring a promotion code. BestBuy, Home depot, Target, etc will pull up the Fry's link for the TV and go with that price. They don't care for entering promo codes and seeing the lowered price.
- "We Pay the Sales Tax On..." Is kind of a bait and switch. Normally the item in the e-mail is only given an instant discount +tax or no discount + no tax. RARELY (once for a TV wall mount) has the computer given me the instant discount from promo code + no sales tax. If you click where it says "We Pay the Sales Tax On..", it gives you a list of the items that will have no sales tax. Sometimes an item is discounted with promo and is also listed for no tax. In these cases, you can complain to a manager to get a gift card for the sales tax but it is extremely YMMV. I've been able to get it twice. For a dishwasher and TV.
- I love my TV. The curve is very subtle. It isn't as pronounced as Samsung TV's. The image quality is amazing. YouTube some HDR calibration settings to get an idea of how to get great picture quality for PS4 Pro, Roku Premiere+, etc.