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Samsung QLED 4K UHD Smart TV (Open Box): 65" QN65Q80RA $1449 or 55" QN55Q60RA EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 55" Samsung QN55Q60RA Q60 QLED 4K UHD Smart TV (Open Box, 2019 Model) for $649. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Also available, BuyDig.com has 65" Samsung QN65Q80RA Q80 QLED 4K UHD Smart TV (Open Box, 2019 Model) for $1449. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Motion Rate: 240
  • Quantum HDR 4x (55") or 12x (65") / Quantum Processor 4K
  • WiFi + Bluetooth
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 2x USB
      • Ethernet
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Do they accept PayPal ?
Yes they do. I used it for my purchase to cover me in case there's any issues.
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Yes, burn in. If you are the only one using an OLED and you don't mind always keeping an ever-present watch about not leaving your tv paused, not playing video games with a HUD, not watching news, sports or finance TV that have logos, bars or scoreboards in consistent positions on the screen, then go for it. I for one, don't want to constantly be coaching my wife, kids, guests to follow these rules. Hell, I don't want to follow them myself.
Someone dv you/ I fixed that and I kind of understand your point of view specially paying a good amount for a tv ..
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Do they accept PayPal ?
They may do, to be honest I've not researched that deep, but I did read their entire return policy and it wasn't great as I mentioned. But you're totally right, always pay with PayPal or credit card if you can as usually they will fight your corner if companies are being unreasonable about faults etc.
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Yes they do. I used it for my purchase to cover me in case there's any issues.
It's probably a hefty amount to send back ,but if bought with PayPal they will put 30 towards shipping back I assume using shipping on us..
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Should be NIB price around BF
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Should be NIB price around BF
Good TVs don't go on sale for BF anymore. Only the POS "doorbuster" TVs go on sale now. Manufacturers now just make stripped down 'For-BF' only models to sell for cheap. High end TVs go on sale around Feb-April for Superbowl and closeout sales.

There was not one single Q7, Q8, or Q9 on sale last BF. The one or two Q6s that were on sale were not good deals at all (normal price with a $50 Google play credit).
https://slickdeals.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/All-Black-Friday-2018-4K-Smart-TVs-Sorted-by-Size-and-Price-Updated-11-13.jpg
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No matter cheap they are, never ever buy a open box TV.
I have burn by a open box TV and soon or later you will having problems.
Especially Samsung TV's.
People have commented on how these are new with a slightly damaged box. bulb

P.S. Being alive will kill you...sooner or later.
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Yes, burn in. If you are the only one using an OLED and you don't mind always keeping an ever-present watch about not leaving your tv paused, not playing video games with a HUD, not watching news, sports or finance TV that have logos, bars or scoreboards in consistent positions on the screen, then go for it. I for one, don't want to constantly be coaching my wife, kids, guests to follow these rules. Hell, I don't want to follow them myself.
It ain't that bad. Wife watches CNN most of the time and I never saw any burn in for our old first gen OLED. Id suspect the newer ones work even better to counteract burn in and my new c8 is doing just fine had it for 3 months now.
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Good TVs don't go on sale for BF anymore. Only the POS "doorbuster" TVs go on sale now. Manufacturers now just make stripped down 'For-BF' only models to sell for cheap. High end TVs go on sale around Feb-April for Superbowl and closeout sales.

There was not one single Q7, Q8, or Q9 on sale last BF. The one or two Q6s that were on sale were not good deals at all (normal price with a $50 Google play credit).
https://slickdeals.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/All-Black-Friday-2018-4K-Smart-TVs-Sorted-by-Size-and-Price-Updated-11-13.jpg
Yes but the Q7 did have a major clearance at Walmart and other big retailers. 65Q7 was like $799
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The only reason I'd be wary is their return policy. It states if the TV has a fault your liable to pay to ship it back to them. Which is pretty disgusting if you ask me. The only way around that really is to make a warranty claim with the manufacturer, but often that can be a pain in the ass and many people, such as myself anyway, prefer to take immediately faulty or damaged goods back to the point of purchase. Sadly buydig thinks that should cost you mailing fees. That would be my only concern.
Not sure where you got this from. I bought an open box 65" LG TV in April of this year. They shipped via Fedex. After I received the package, I opened it, and found a big crack on the screen. I called them, they asked to send a picture of the crack via email. After I sent it, they approved the return and set up return shipping through Fedex. Fedex called me and the same Fedex delivery guy that delivered the TV came to pick it back up on the same day. A few days after they received the TV they gave me the refund. It was pretty hassle free for returning a TV purchased online.
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Yes but the Q7 did have a major clearance at Walmart and other big retailers. 65Q7 was like $799
But the clearance was not for BF. Which is why I said, do not expect to see these on sale for BF, because they will not be.
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Not sure where you got this from. I bought an open box 65" LG TV in April of this year. They shipped via Fedex. After I received the package, I opened it, and found a big crack on the screen. I called them, they asked to send a picture of the crack via email. After I sent it, they approved the return and set up return shipping through Fedex. Fedex called me and the same Fedex delivery guy that delivered the TV came to pick it back up on the same day. A few days after they received the TV they gave me the refund. It was pretty hassle free for returning a TV purchased online.
Damaged in shipping, and faulty,, two entirely different things.
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Good TVs don't go on sale for BF anymore. Only the POS "doorbuster" TVs go on sale now. Manufacturers now just make stripped down 'For-BF' only models to sell for cheap. High end TVs go on sale around Feb-April for Superbowl and closeout sales.

There was not one single Q7, Q8, or Q9 on sale last BF. The one or two Q6s that were on sale were not good deals at all (normal price with a $50 Google play credit).
https://slickdeals.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/All-Black-Friday-2018-4K-Smart-TVs-Sorted-by-Size-and-Price-Updated-11-13.jpg
This. Agree 100%. Actually been happening for years. They confuse the heck out of buyers with devious model numbers on BF and by the time you go online for couple of mins to check whether its even worth hauling home, some fiend just yanks it out of your cart. Finally you will have the last laugh as the TV would have had only 1.5 HDMI ports, no optical port, 32hz refresh rate etc. If online, then would have no description except that its XX", feel like buying a rake and not TV. If worried about pricing out, wait for super bowl.
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They may do, to be honest I've not researched that deep, but I did read their entire return policy and it wasn't great as I mentioned. But you're totally right, always pay with PayPal or credit card if you can as usually they will fight your corner if companies are being unreasonable about faults etc.
Buyer's Remorse for TVs in Brand New condition:
If you are not 100% satisfied with your TV purchase, you may return it within 30 days from delivery for a full refund, less return shipping fees. Please note that a 15% restocking fee may apply. All returned TVs must be in their original box and include all packing material, manuals, and accessories.
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For Common Deliveries (FedEx, UPS):
Please inspect the TV and report any damages (e.g. cracked screen, scratches, dents, etc.) within 2 days by contacting us at 1.800.617.4686

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