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Samsung QLED $899.99+ 20% off using Microcenter store card, plus 48 mo 0% financing

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Ignore this deal if you don't have the Microcenter store card or do not plan to get one as the deal is based around it.

Got an email this morning any Samsung QLED priced $899.99 or higher is 15% off using a Microcenter store card plus the usual 5% off using the card for a total 20% off. On top of this, they are offering 48 months 0% financing, again, this is not taking away either of the discounts, but in addition to them. They also will deliver the tv for free as a final perk, YOU MUST BE IN STORE to purchase though, cannot buy online.

Change the store to your store, and any Samsung QLED $899.99+ will be eligible for the 20% off total and 48 months 0% financing

https://www.microcenter.com/searc...SortNow=Go

Some examples:
Samsung 82" Q60R - $2,599.99 -> $2,079.99 ($43.33/mo for 48 months)
Samsung 75" Q70R - $2,599.99 -> $2,079.99 ($43.33/mo for 48 months)
Samsung 75" Q60R - $1,999.99 -> $1,599.99 ($33.33/mo for 48 months)
Samsung 65" Q70R - $1,399.99 -> $1,119.99 ($23.33/mo for 48 months)
Samsung 65" Q60R - $1,199.99 -> $959.99 ($20.00/mo for 48 months)
Samsung 55" Q60R - $899.99 -> $719.99 ($15.00mo for 48 months)

https://www.microcenter.com/searc...SortNow=Go
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Shame it's a q60
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Shame it's a q60
It's any Samsung QLED tv priced $899.99 or higher. I have Q60 and Q70 listed as examples. If your microcenter has a Q80 or Q90 for instance, it's also 20% off those. Mine has a 65" Q90R, online price is $3,499 but says go in store for latest price, meaning in-store has to be cheaper. I imagine $2,999 since that's what some reviews have said recently, so 20% off that would be $2,399 or $49.98/mo for 48 months on the store card.
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Shame it's a q60
What is q60 vs q70 never buy samsung tv before.
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I don't have the microcenter store card now. Can I use it for this deal immediately if approved?
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What is q60 vs q70 never buy samsung tv before.
Yeah it's almost impossible to compare TVs like we used to. There are so many variables and useless features that make one TV more expensive than next one but we can't tell what's important and what's not.

I also noticed most of these TVs removed addl HDMI inputs so you definitely need to remember addl expense of AVR if you dong have one already.

I just want a nice, crisp 65" or 70" that's no frills plain TV that does not wash out darks against whites on screen.
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RTings says the previous Q6R is a better set. The Q60 set has the build quality of the old 7100 series plastic. It doesn't get bright - won't even hit 400 nits. It's edge lit primary from the bottom, and no local dimming. Even at these sale prices there are FALD sets with nits approaching 900-1000 that are a much better value, and offer true HDR.
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RTings says the previous Q6R is a better set. The Q60 set has the build quality of the old 7100 series plastic. It doesn't get bright - won't even hit 400 nits. It's edge lit primary from the bottom, and no local dimming. Even at these sale prices there are FALD sets with nits approaching 900-1000 that are a much better value, and offer true HDR.
I agree the Q60 is a total joke from Samsung, Q70 and up is where it's at. To call the Q60 a QLED is a huge mistake with low brightness, no local dimming, and no quantum dots.
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Check around local stock - I was able to get a 55" Q7C for $600, brand new about a month ago. still had $1500 on the sticker.
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RTings says the previous Q6R is a better set. The Q60 set has the build quality of the old 7100 series plastic. It doesn't get bright - won't even hit 400 nits. It's edge lit primary from the bottom, and no local dimming. Even at these sale prices there are FALD sets with nits approaching 900-1000 that are a much better value, and offer true HDR.
That's a shame. I have the 2018 Q6 that I got for 700 and it's a gorgeous TV, very happy that I bought it.
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RTings says the previous Q6R is a better set. The Q60 set has the build quality of the old 7100 series plastic. It doesn't get bright - won't even hit 400 nits. It's edge lit primary from the bottom, and no local dimming. Even at these sale prices there are FALD sets with nits approaching 900-1000 that are a much better value, and offer true HDR.
wow, thats pretty dirty of them. At least the previous Q6 (and even Nu8000) was decent.
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sorry for bumping an old post.. but any chance you could post the email? did it expire already? they have a refurb 82" for $1800 currently
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