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Target In-Store HDTV Clearance YMMV: Samsung 65" Flat 4k UHD TV and more!

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Target is clearing out their 2017 HDTV models from Samsung and Vizio over the next couple weeks.These prices are in-store only, not online. Check inventory with Brickseek and call in to hold items for you before wasting your time with OOS locations. Inventory numbers are quite off with these TVs as I've found locally. I'm sure there's more online too, I just got tired of searching for more. Check your favorite TV that's not on this list and you might get lucky.

Samsung 65" Flat 4k UHD TV (65MU6290)​ [brickseek.com] $649.98 (was $1299.99)
Samsung 65" Curved 4K UHD Smart TV - 65MU6500 [brickseek.com] - $749.98 (was $1499.99)
VIZIO® SmartCast™ E-Series 60" Class 2160p 120Hz Ultra HDR XLED™ - E60-E3 [brickseek.com] - $349.98 (was $699.99)
Samsung® 55" Class 2160p 4K Smart Ultra HD TV - 55MU6300 [brickseek.com] - $399.98 (was $699.99)
Samsung 55" Curved Smart UHD 4K 120 Motion Rate TV - 55MU6500 [brickseek.com] - $499.98 (was $999.99)
VIZIO® SmartCast™ M-Series™ 55" Class 4K Ultra HDR XLED Plus™ - M55-E0 [brickseek.com] - $359.98 (was $699.99)
Samsung 55" Class 1080p 120Hz LED TV - Black (UN55J6200AFXZA) [brickseek.com] - $299.99 (was $599.99)
VIZIO® D-Series™ 55" 54.6" Diag. 2160p 120Hz Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV -D55u-D1 [brickseek.com] - $299.98 (was $499.99)
VIZIO® D-series 55" Class 54.84" Diag. 1080p 120Hz Full-Array LED Smart HDTV - D55f-E2 [brickseek.com] - $269.98 (was $449.99)
Element 55" 4K UHD Smart TV - Amazon Fire TV Edition - Black (EL4KAMZ5517T) [brickseek.com] - $314.98 (was $629.99)
Samsung 50" Smart UHD 4K 120 Motion Rate TV - UN50MU6300FXZA [brickseek.com] - $374.98 (was $749.99)
VIZIO® D-Series 43" Class 42.51" Diag. 2160p 120Hz Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV - D43-E2​ [brickseek.com] - $251.98 (was $359.99)
Samsung 43in Flat Panel TV 1080p 60 Hz Smart TV - Black (UN43J5200AFXZA) [brickseek.com] - $214.98 (was $479.99)
Samsung 40" Class 1080p 60Hz LED SMART TV - Black (UN40J5200AFXZA ) [brickseek.com] - $199.98 (was $429.99)
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What's the best deal here
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Good job on the list and links, but most of these are cheaper at Walmart in-store. YMMV obviously but I got the 65MU6300 yesterday for $449.
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Good job on the list and links, but most of these are cheaper at Walmart in-store. YMMV obviously but I got the 65MU6300 yesterday for $449.
Hoe did you do that?
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Is the VIZIO® D-Series™ 55" 54.6" Diag. 2160p 120Hz Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV -D55u-D1 at $299 a good deal, it would be used mostly for gaming and Netflix
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Is the VIZIO® D-Series™ 55" 54.6" Diag. 2160p 120Hz Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV -D55u-D1 at $299 a good deal, it would be used mostly for gaming and Netflix
The same one at Walmart YMMV is better. E series vs the lesser D series, and only $250 vs $300
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The same one at Walmart YMMV is better. E series vs the lesser D series, and only $250 vs $300
Thanks i was actually going to get the 1 at Walmart only reason i thought this might be better us the E series one is 60hz and this one says its 120hz
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Thanks i was actually going to get the 1 at Walmart only reason i thought this might be better us the E series one is 60hz and this one says its 120hz
Depends what you are using it for. W the better refresh this may be better for gaming purposes
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As a FYI -- this is the comparison between the D -> E -> M -> (P) series for the Vizio TVs. The M series is a decent deal if its in stock.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/vizio
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Hoe did you do that?
They dropped to 399 at a few places too
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Hoe did you do that?
There's a ton of Samsung threads already on SD. I posted the Brickseek links in one of those.
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You're either deliberately not telling the truth or just didn't type the correct model number. 65mu6300 isn't even located at walmart stores. Secondly, that model is only sold online through beach camera. Last, the 65mu6300 isn't on the list of sales deals for this post. Care to elaborate further? What am I missing here?
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=119395526

In-Store only. YMMV
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You're either deliberately not telling the truth or just didn't type the correct model number. 65mu6300 isn't even located at walmart stores. Secondly, that model is only sold online through beach camera. Last, the 65mu6300 isn't on the list of sales deals for this post. Care to elaborate further? What am I missing here?
Yes, I lie on an Internet forum about buying a TV. lol

Probably typed it wrong but it's the 65inch 6300 series 2017 model Samsung LED

They also had the curved version for the same price but I didn't like that style of a TV.
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Is the VIZIO® D-Series™ 55" 54.6" Diag. 2160p 120Hz Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV -D55u-D1 at $299 a good deal, it would be used mostly for gaming and Netflix
i have the 65 inch d series i picked up for 500 last year. there's almost no lag with gaming. the built in apps suck. for 300 it's ok. no hdr sucks though
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