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VIZIO 65 Inch LED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV - M658-G1 $770 with $250 Dell eGift card

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Deeper Blacks, up to 90 Local Dimming Zones
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Talk to the manager. I've managed to steal speakers, TVs, handmade rugs and cars with golden negotiating skills. Just have to incentivize the sale as you're really the one doing them a favor, if you know what I'm getting at. Learn to negotiate and almost never pay retail unless you want to.
Ah yes, The Art of The Deal by DT
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The one you are referring to Costco is M657 model which has 20 local dimming zones and 400 nits peak brightness. This is M658 which has have 90 local dimming zones and 600 nits peak brightness.
Is the M658 available at Costco? If yes, what price? I hate the fact that my Costco is late on carrying TVs, we still havent got the TCL 6 series and I am trying to compare this with the Vizio M8 and pull the trigger
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Any one know how this compares to the LG 65UM7300?
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Any one know how this compares to the LG 65UM7300?
65UM7300 is a lower grade model
This would have better color & contrast
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What are best cash back options for dell? I dont have the 10% Amex offer in my account, is there still a way to get it?
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Any one know how this compares to the LG 65UM7300?
I'm not sure any LG is worth it compared to the a Vizio quantum model at the M level up unless it's an OLED.
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Anyone know whether this is better or worse than the TCL 65R625 coming out around now?

Only other TV I'm really holding out for.
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The one you are referring to Costco is M657 model which has 20 local dimming zones and 400 nits peak brightness. This is M658 which has have 90 local dimming zones and 600 nits peak brightness.
Yes that is the M657. I saw it at Sam's Club for $629.99. The 657 seemed to be one of the nicest ones in the price range and this one nets down to $529 when you factor in the gift card. This is an awesome deal. I ordered one last night. There's also a Vizio 50" 4K for $299 and includes a $100 gift card. If they still have that going on once I get the first gift card I'll probably buy that to upgrade our bedroom TV.
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Looks dead, don't see gift card anymore
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Yep dead.
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Yep dead.

Dang was ready to grab one. Wife broke the 65" last night involving a vacuum and fishing pole with loose line, still not sure how that happened.

Need a replacement and was looking at the TCL 6 series until I saw this one which looks a little better. Hopefully another deal pops up this week.
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I'm more concerned about the upscaling and maybe the app support. But overall this seems a tremendous TV for the price.

My local Costco has a PQ65-F that was a customer return marked down to $1,000. It's been going nowhere at that price, so I've been hoping they'll mark it down further. But even if they knocked off another $200 (unlikely), should I spend another $350-550 for that TV? It will have the same upscaling issues.

Everything else comparable is too expensive.
How do you find out the price or go about purchasing returned items at costco? I've seen them in a big pile near the checkout aisles but I've never seen listed prices or customers going through them.
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Aside from lack 3D and the inclusion of 4k, how does this compare to a Samsung UN65F8000?
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