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Pretty sure the guy selling this TV got it from Nebraska Furniture deals couple days ago. Downvote for sure
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I want it for $2.09 like the title says
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Pretty sure the guy selling this TV got it from Nebraska Furniture deals couple days ago. Downvote for sure
What was the Nebraska Furniture deal?
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What was the Nebraska Furniture deal?
this TV was on-sale for $1199, crazy deal ever
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this TV was on-sale for $1199, crazy deal ever
Not near Nebraska Furniture so couldn't hit that deal. But did get this TV for $1499 after PP (approved) and the B7A for $1260 after PP and tax with the Microcenter deal (prices after $500 PP with Citi and Chase).

Of course they are revising PP this year from all the abuse.
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Of course they are revising PP this year from all the abuse.
This remains a bit unclear for now


Discover isn't revising theirs at all (though they did remove OTHER benefits in Feb, all unrelated to price protection)

Chase is RUMORED to be dropping PP entirely, not revising it, but hasn't officially announced such.

Citi appears to be CONSIDERING revising it (reducing the individual and annual cap) but has again not officially told cardholders that- they briefly changed a few public webpages, but then changed them back, so it's unclear if that was a mistake, a test the waters to see reaction thing, or what.
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This remains a bit unclear for now


Discover isn't revising theirs at all (though they did remove OTHER benefits in Feb, all unrelated to price protection)

Chase is RUMORED to be dropping PP entirely, not revising it, but hasn't officially announced such.

Citi appears to be CONSIDERING revising it (reducing the individual and annual cap) but has again not officially told cardholders that- they briefly changed a few public webpages, but then changed them back, so it's unclear if that was a mistake, a test the waters to see reaction thing, or what.
30-45 days notice on the recent devaluation of annual reward nights on IHG Free night is a good example. Lost over 50% of the value on two free nights per year (2 cards).

Get while the getting is good. As the more popular it becomes -- the more costly, the quicker they are to eliminate or close the loopholes.
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30-45 days notice on the recent devaluation of annual reward nights on IHG Free night is a good example. Lost over 50% of the value on two free nights per year (2 cards).

Get while the getting is good. As the more popular it becomes -- the more costly, the quicker they are to eliminate or close the loopholes.

FWIW most mainline major card brands (not 3rd party cards like IHG)- give longer than that on change notifications... for example Discover gave just shy of 3 full months notice when it removed some benefits late last year... the last time Citi made a major cut they gave almost 4 full months of notice.


But even then 30-45 days seems like plenty of time in which to order a TV.

Especially since stock is already drying up and the best prices might already be in the past for folks who waited around too long (just as happened last year, and the year before that, and the year before that).
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