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Amazon Prime Cardholders: 75" TCL75R617 4K Roku Smart HDTV + 15% Cash Back EXPIRED

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Amazon has for their Amazon Prime Cardholders: 75" TCL 75R617 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart HDTV on sale for $1399.99 plus get the Regular 5% Cash Back + an Additional 10% Cash Back when you pay with your Amazon Prime Credit Card. Shipping is free. Thanks Nack

Note, this offer is available for both Amazon Prime Visa and Amazon Prime Store Cardholders (details).

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz Clear Motion Index
  • HDR, Dolby Vision, Roku Smart + WiFi
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Optical
    • 1x Audio Headphone
    • 1x RF
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Amazon has the 75" TCL R6 for $1399.99 before 15% back on Prime Visa. This comes out to about $1190 plus tax on the $1399.99. Lowest price ever on this TV, and about $100 better than Best Buy. Shipping is, of course, free for Prime members.

Incidentally, shipping on my 65" R6 bought from Amazon was Enhanced Shipping via Pilot at no extra charge. They unboxed it, put the feet on, put it where I wanted it, plugged it in, and made sure it powered on. They offered to take the box away, but I kept it. This was part of the service, not just because I tipped them.

https://www.amazon.com/TCL-75R617...07M8D8JDK/
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Last Edited by Silvas June 23, 2019 at 08:45 PM
Notwithstanding what it says below, it's still alive. Verify on the final checkout screen with the link under credit card payment method. Clicking that link will verify that this is correct, and will show the 75R617 under the wording that says extra 10% in rewards (which is 15% total). If you are still nervous about it, I would suggest that you take a screenshot before placing the order.


Not correct --> The 15% Offer only covers the 65". It does not list the 55" or the 75" as eligible.
I purchased the 55R617 from Amazon on 6-18-19 for $499.99, my order details on checkout showed it would receive the additional 10% cash back. I just checked my Chase account today, and the charge details show the 5% cash back plus the additional 10% cash back for a total of $75 cash back. See attached sanitized screenshots matching Amazon order to chase charge and cash back.

https://www.amazon.com/l/17985366...4ZPY8U2GRG

I spoke with 2 Amazon agents (one via chat and one via phone) and both independently confirmed the 15% cash back ONLY applies to the 65". The 55" and 75" will only get the standard 5% if purchased with Prime credit card.
Unfortunately Amazon CS agents are not always correct. See above comment and attached screenshots.

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What is the difference between this one and TCL 75S425 which is 400$ less
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So, I hear this question a lot from my AV clients. My advice is that unless you really want the bigger screen size, or stream a significant amount of content off of Amazon Prime or Netflix that is available in 4K, ride the plasma train until you can't find parts to repair it anymore. Especially if it's a Panasonic. Those were the gold standard of plasma technology.
Thanks for the input. I am in the same boat with my 60" plasma LG.
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Anyone know if dumb TVs are even made anymore? I don't want a spy TV in my house.
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Anyone know if dumb TVs are even made anymore? I don't want a spy TV in my house.
Just don't connect it to the internet...
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What is the difference between this one and TCL 75S425 which is 400$ less
This is a much higher series TV and has FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) which gives you those inky blacks and greatly enhanced contrast. It also does Dolby Vision and HDR10. It's almost (not quite) as good as the best Samsung QLED set, better than the lower-than best-series Samsung QLED sets, not even arguably "as good" as OLED (but kind of close, and arguably almost as close as anything else that is not OLED), and as good or better than many other TVs costing 2 or 3 times as much - if you get a good one. Read threads on the R6 to learn about the panel lottery-it's real. I got a good one - not 100% perfect, but very good. I read A LOT of reviews before buying the 65" version of this, and I am not disappointed. I've never owned an OLED (spent a lot of time staring at them in stores and reading about them), but the R6 is by far the best TV I've ever owned. This is a crazy insane price for the performance you get. Might still go for an OLED when they get cheap enough, but this thing is amazing, and I'm in no hurry.
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This is a much higher series TV and has FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) which gives you those inky blacks and greatly enhanced contrast. It also does Dolby Vision and HDR10. It's almost (not quite) as good as the best Samsung QLED set, better than the lower-than best-series Samsung QLED sets, not even arguably "as good" as OLED (but kind of close, and arguably almost as close as anything else that is not OLED), and as good or better than many other TVs costing 2 or 3 times as much - if you get a good one. Read threads on the R6 to learn about the panel lottery-it's real. I got a good one - not 100% perfect, but very good. I read A LOT of reviews before buying the 65" version of this, and I am not disappointed. I've never owned an OLED (spent a lot of time staring at them in stores and reading about them), but the R6 is by far the best TV I've ever owned. This is a crazy insane price for the performance you get. Might still go for an OLED when they get cheap enough, but this thing is amazing, and I'm in no hurry.
Thanks a lot for all those insights. I really appreciate
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Serious question! I have a Samsung plasma from 2010 that has a great picture obviously it is not 4K it is 1080P and 3d (for all the good that did) but honestly has a fantastic image. that being said I'm wondering about upgrading from a 56" to a 75" and how that would impact my viewing. Would you say that this TV when compared to the plasma I have currently would be better? Plasma has a great image but it is a TV that is at this point about 9 years old.
I also owned a 43 Samsung plasma from 2011 to 2019 Feb. I was spoiled by the black level on plasma like many others and would convince myself not to buy a 4K Smart LED TV. Then finally I pulled trigger on a 65" Sony X900F when it went on sale.

Things that you will experience when you switch to LED from Plasma
First the Positives
1. A modern technology (simply because you are in 2019 vs 2010)
2. Exceptional clarity watching Blu Ray and 4K movies
3. Intuitive user interfaces
4. Low heat coming from TV screen
5. Low power consumption
6. Sleek, attractive and lightweight TVs
7. Large screen (75" and higher screens)
8.Smart functionalities like voice control
Next the negatives
1. Less viewing angle on LEDs
2. Possible dead pixel issues
3. Grayish blacks on certain low to mid range LEDs without local dimming

Hope this helps.. Finally one suggestion don't think that 56" to 65" is a huge jump. Your eye will get used to the large screen pretty quickly and you would wish you had got a bigger one. Get a 75" if you have the space, money and a future need. Definitely worth the upgrade
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Just don't connect it to the internet...
Haven't you seen "Zero Day?" Air gaps don't work.
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Looking for some unrelated advice. I have a vizio e65 from 3 years ago it was a mid range 4K tv slightly better than their D series. Spent about 1100 bucks on it. Looks okay but pretty much every tv I look at has better picture. Thinking about getting something like this or the Vizio p75. But 1600 bucks is a pretty big investment especially when 8k models are starting to come out. Is it worth holding on to the Vizio until 8k is affordable or should I just try to sell my Vizio now and go for that p75 or this TCL?
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Looking for some unrelated advice. I have a vizio e65 from 3 years ago it was a mid range 4K tv slightly better than their D series. Spent about 1100 bucks on it. Looks okay but pretty much every tv I look at has better picture. Thinking about getting something like this or the Vizio p75. But 1600 bucks is a pretty big investment especially when 8k models are starting to come out. Is it worth holding on to the Vizio until 8k is affordable or should I just try to sell my Vizio now and go for that p75 or this TCL?
8K is a hoax unless you watch your TV from 1' away. And if so, you've got other things to worry about.
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I'm sure. I do have the Chase Prime Visa on my Amazon account though. Says 15% back. Same message I saw when I bought my 65" R6, which is a great bedroom TV. 😁
Does the Chase Prime card give 5%cash back on everything? My Amazon card is with Synchrony and has a paltry credit limit. Maybe switch?
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Does the Chase Prime card give 5%cash back on everything? My Amazon card is with Synchrony and has a paltry credit limit. Maybe switch?
5% on everything bought at Amazon, yes. I only use mine for Amazon purchases, although I think it also gets 2% some other places, and 1% on everything else.
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How is this compare to Vizio pq series?
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How is this compare to Vizio pq series?
Vizio p quantum is much better.
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