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Samsung 82" UN82MU8000 for $4479.99 from Costco with 5 year warranty.

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Samsung 82" UN82MU8000 for $4479.99 from Costco with 5 year warranty. First 2 years from Costco & 3 Years from Square trade added to card with $90 off discount.

I have been watching the TV since release for it to have at least 10% discount from MSRP. Probably not for everyone as not many need a TV as this size.

https://www.costco.com/Samsung-82...66532.html

Think this is better than the LeEco TV for the price from a Major Brand. Know his does not have Dolby Vision, but it still fits all my requirement especially HDR-10 extreme is all that i need.
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At that price might as well get a projector
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if you buy it with a costco visa you will get an extra two years added to the tail bringing you up to 7 years for an overpriced tv Smilie
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At that price might as well get a projector
Pricing apart , projectors work best with no ambient light.It may not suit everyone's use case.
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Wasn't there some deal for Costco Samsung tv's where you get like a % back on their Citi Visa or something like that?
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At that price might as well get a projector
To get equal features such as genuine 4k, ambient light rejecting screen, laser lamp life, and horrible hdr because no projector has the nits to compare to a tv along with a far worst contrast ratio you would be looking to spend almost ten Grand for a hundred inch screen. Trust me I know because I'm coming back from projection. My current is 120" and I'm giving it up for better picture quality and actual hdr.
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