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Sony X900F Series 65” LED TV - XBR65X900F $1749

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Greentoe is currently accepting offers of $1,749 on the 65" Sony XBRX900F (2018 model)

This is the lowest price I've seen for this TV from a legitimate retailer.

There is no tax, and free shipping is included.

https://www.greentoe.com/product/...XBR65X900F
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For those looking for PP ($1,499): http://www.tvsdailydeals.com/Sear...pe=product

Great deal from GT. If only Vizio would let us know what's going on with the PQ.
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For that money.... I'd go OLED.
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For those looking for PP ($1,499): http://www.tvsdailydeals.com/Sear...pe=product

Great deal from GT. If only Vizio would let us know what's going on with the PQ.
What is "PP" as referenced in your post? Thanks!
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For those looking for PP ($1,499): http://www.tvsdailydeals.com/Sear...pe=product [tvsdailydeals.com]

Great deal from GT. If only Vizio would let us know what's going on with the PQ.
The fact that we still don't have any news on the PQ is disconcerting
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Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not rep thunderbird1100?
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What is "PP" as referenced in your post? Thanks!
If you have price protection on a credit card like through Chase or Citi you can buy the tv for $1,749 on this deal, then later submit a price protection claim for the $1,499 on tvsdailydeals (which is an illegitimate bait and switch site) the C.C. company will then credit you the difference of $250 on your statement. Citi and Chase do up to $500, BUT...

On the flip-side this is a bit hotly contested because in a way it can be argued as credit card fraud because you know you are "price matching" an illegitimate vendor who would never actually sell you the same tv you bought for the price listed. Probably because of people who have done this so much recently (price matching tvs to non-legit sellers), Chase and Citi are now heavily reducing their price matching max amount:
https://thepointsguy.com/news/cit...valuation/
https://www.doctorofcredit.com/ch...all-cards/

Actually, Chase is dropping it entirely. So we can probably thank all people who thought it was a great idea to defraud credit card companies to get the best price for their tv (and now ready for the thumbs down from same said people...)
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If you have price protection on a credit card like through Chase or Citi you can buy the tv for $1,749 on this deal, then later submit a price protection claim for the $1,499 on tvsdailydeals (which is an illegitimate bait and switch site) the C.C. company will then credit you the difference of $250 on your statement. Citi and Chase do up to $500, BUT...

On the flip-side this is a bit hotly contested because in a way it can be argued as credit card fraud because you know you are "price matching" an illegitimate vendor who would never actually sell you the same tv you bought for the price listed. Probably because of people who have done this so much recently (price matching tvs to non-legit sellers), Chase and Citi are now heavily reducing their price matching max amount:
https://thepointsguy.com/news/cit...valuation/
https://www.doctorofcredit.com/ch...all-cards/

Actually, Chase is dropping it entirely. So we can probably thank all people who thought it was a great idea to defraud credit card companies to get the best price for their tv (and now ready for the thumbs down from same said people...)
I appreciate the explanation. I hope there aren't thumbs down for brutal honesty. Everyone is free to make up their own mind about their comfort level with that process, and the ramications of abusing that process.
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Have the 75" version in the family beach house. looks great after using Rtings.com settings.
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If there are no Prime Day deals on this TV, I might have to go this route. Thanks for posting.
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Hoping there is some prime deal on this.
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What's the experience buying through Greentoe?
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*For PP purposes only: Zib is now at 1299
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Amazon is offering 15% cashback on certain tv's for the Prime Day sale, Sony XBR-900F is one of them. At $1998.00 - 15% (if you use your Amazon Rewards Credit card that's the caveat) it will bring this tv to $1698.00 plus tax.
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If there are no Prime Day deals on this TV, I might have to go this route. Thanks for posting.
There is a better Dell deal: https://slickdeals.net/f/11814303-dell-cyberweek-sony-65-led-4k-smart-ultra-hdtv-xbr65x900f-1-999-10-cashback-500-price-protection-500-gift-card?v=1

If you just want to avoid the gift card altogether, your local Best Buy might price match the Dell Deal. YMMV
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My local Best buy matched this without the gift card it was 1638 out the door. They looked it up on dell.com and had no problem giving it to me for that price
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