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65” Samsung MU8000 $899 at Fry's with today's code. (UN65MU8000FXZA)

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Frys seem to have reduced the price by another $50 on the 65inch 8000 series 4k TV (UN65MU8000). There was a deal posted here for $950 with the promo code. The current price with coupon is $899.

This is a pretty good deal for someone who has a Frys near them.

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EDIT: corrected the price to $899. sorry about that.
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For $80 more and no taxes for most. One can get the 9000 series from PC & Richards and Sons.

There is a thread on SD. Here's the direct link to the tv.

https://www.pcrichard.com/Samsung...ct+Catalog
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For $80 more and no taxes for most. One can get the 9000 series from PC & Richards and Sons.

There is a thread on SD. Here's the direct link to the tv.

https://www.pcrichard.com/Samsung...ct+Catalog
Except you don't want either the 8000 or 9000, so what's your point? A refurb KS8000, an X900E, and the Q7 are all superior to the mediocre MU-series. In fact, why would you bother with mediocrity when you can spend a tiny bit more for the Q7, which is much nicer? Or spend the same amount for the X900E, which is also better?

See, this is a mid-level model that's a year old, and it costs as much as the higher-end, superior model did a year and a half ago. I got my KS8000 for $1,079, and somehow people think $1,000 for an inferior TV is a good deal? Nope. Especially not when you have the X900E, which is also a great TV with FALD.
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Except you don't want either the 8000 or 9000, so what's your point? A refurb KS8000, an X900E, and the Q7 are all superior to the mediocre MU-series. In fact, why would you bother with mediocrity when you can spend a tiny bit more for the Q7, which is much nicer? Or spend the same amount for the X900E, which is also better?

See, this is a mid-level model that's a year old, and it costs as much as the higher-end, superior model did a year and a half ago. I got my KS8000 for $1,079, and somehow people think $1,000 for an inferior TV is a good deal? Nope. Especially not when you have the X900E, which is also a great TV with FALD.
Cool story bro. I am just saying there are other options. No one would want a 2 to 3 year old tv especially refurbished. And if one is willing to spend as much on a refurb that they can get a new one for the by all means they can do that.

Plus I never said this is a good deal or the one I comment on saying one can get the higher model for $80 more. I am just putting it out there.

Slow your roll.
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For $80 more and no taxes for most. One can get the 9000 series from PC & Richards and Sons.

There is a thread on SD. Here's the direct link to the tv.

https://www.pcrichard.com/Samsung...ct+Catalog

Sorry, the price is $899 and not $999. a bit of a typo there.
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Except you don't want either the 8000 or 9000, so what's your point? A refurb KS8000, an X900E, and the Q7 are all superior to the mediocre MU-series. In fact, why would you bother with mediocrity when you can spend a tiny bit more for the Q7, which is much nicer? Or spend the same amount for the X900E, which is also better?

See, this is a mid-level model that's a year old, and it costs as much as the higher-end, superior model did a year and a half ago. I got my KS8000 for $1,079, and somehow people think $1,000 for an inferior TV is a good deal? Nope. Especially not when you have the X900E, which is also a great TV with FALD.
Thanks, this saved me a bit of looking.
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