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Vizio E80-E3 80in HDR 4K TV $2599 + tax, free ship @ Costco through 10/26/2016 $2599.99

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Vizio E80-E3 80" HDR 4K TV @ Costco on sale for $2599.99. Lowest price yet.

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The E line is the lowest, correct? At this point you're just going for size. 80 inches is quite a lot.
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The E line is the lowest, correct? At this point you're just going for size. 80 inches is quite a lot.
Yes. Here's a comparison of their different lines:

https://www.vizio.com/tv-comparison
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Got one for my bathroom, thanks
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Got one for my bathroom, thanks
I got one for my closet.

It will play the first half of Scarface on loop 24/7
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The E line is the lowest, correct? At this point you're just going for size. 80 inches is quite a lot.
D is the lowest

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Hoping they put the M70 on sale for under $1400. The M75 for $1999 is a good price, wondering if that will go lower around BF.
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Got one for my bathroom, thanks
All my closets and bathrooms are filled, starting on the ceilings with this one. Just going to skip sheetrocking and run all flat panel walls.
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Do you guys think M75 for $1999 is a good deal?
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Btw, does anyone had luck today/yesterday to apply the $25 of $250 Costco promo code? Mine says promo is temporarily unavailable.
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This will go great in the kid's room, thanks!
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Do you guys think M75 for $1999 is a good deal?
Is that what it goes for? It doesn't sound too bad compared to the price of other 75in TV's. I was at Best Buy last night staring at the QLED and OLED TV's, the prices are quite high. I currently have a 2015 M70 in my living room and its a great TV, but I wanted to upgrade to something with HDR; so I may as well go up a size at the same time lol
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FWIW: I've had an E70 (2013 model) for the last 4 years and with proper calibration the TV is all I want and more. I know there's always the sliding scale of "this TV is 'better' than this TV" but for what I paid, which was about $1499 at the time, I love the Vizio. I am really tempted to pull the trigger on this, but I hate the tax.
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Is that what it goes for? It doesn't sound too bad compared to the price of other 75in TV's. I was at Best Buy last night staring at the QLED and OLED TV's, the prices are quite high. I currently have a 2015 M70 in my living room and its a great TV, but I wanted to upgrade to something with HDR; so I may as well go up a size at the same time lol
I'm with you - But I'm like BIGGER IS BETTER so I'd really love the 80" vs the 75". Hmmm decisions decisions.
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Is that what it goes for? It doesn't sound too bad compared to the price of other 75in TV's. I was at Best Buy last night staring at the QLED and OLED TV's, the prices are quite high. I currently have a 2015 M70 in my living room and its a great TV, but I wanted to upgrade to something with HDR; so I may as well go up a size at the same time lol
Honestly wouldn't pay that much to upgrade just for HDR, it's nice to have but content is so limited..
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