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Samsung QLED 4K UHD Smart TV (Scuffed, Unopened Box): 65" QN65Q60RAQLED EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 65" Samsung QN65Q60RA Q60 QLED Smart 4K UHD TV (Scuffed, Unopened Box, 2019 Model) for $899.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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TV's have never been used but box exterior may show scratching or scuffing. Includes 1-Year Samsung warranty. ~ persian_mafia

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Boxes got "scuffed" when TV's "fell off back of the truck." No more questions, m'kay?
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The Walmart app. Make sure your location services are enabled, mobile data turned on. Open the app. It will see you are in Walmart and ask you if you want to set the location to that Walmart. Say yes.
Then in the app simply use the bar code scanner.

Some items will say item not found. This usually means the item has been deleted from inventory for that store. Try to look for the model number on the back or side or something. Look it up in a search and hope that Walmart still sells it but just not at that store. Then navigate to the Walmart.com via browser to what you need for brick seek. Go to brick seek and see if it can be found there. The Walmart app also has the ability to manually code the item if needed also.
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I'm surprised the Q60 only scored a 7.5 in picture quality:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...rison_2316

I'd expect better for QLED, it gets beaten out by much cheaper rivals. I saw the same TV on clearance at Sams Club for $1k, so its not a huge markdown.
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So just the packaging box is scuffed, or is it the actual TV? If I get this shipped wouldn't the other box be scuffed anyways? 🤔
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I'm surprised the Q60 only scored a 7.5 in picture quality:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...rison_2316

I'd expect better for QLED, it gets beaten out by much cheaper rivals. I saw the same TV on clearance at Sams Club for $1k, so its not a huge markdown.
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So just the packaging box is scuffed, or is it the actual TV? If I get this shipped wouldn't the other box be scuffed anyways? 🤔

tv is new and box is unopened.
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I'm surprised the Q60 only scored a 7.5 in picture quality:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...rison_2316

I'd expect better for QLED, it gets beaten out by much cheaper rivals. I saw the same TV on clearance at Sams Club for $1k, so its not a huge markdown.
It's not really a great tv compared to alternatives that's why. Doesn't have full array local dimming or anything, so it can't get terrifically bright for HDR.
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So just the packaging box is scuffed, or is it the actual TV? If I get this shipped wouldn't the other box be scuffed anyways? 🤔
Boxes got "scuffed" when TV's "fell off back of the truck." No more questions, m'kay?
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Boxes got "scuffed" when TV's "fell off back of the truck." No more questions, m'kay?
Dealers sign agreements with manufactures for minimum advertised price. The easiest way around that is to list the item as "open-box".
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I bought this yesterday at Walmart along with a 55" model each for $250. The 65 was labeled $1,098 but when I hit it with the scanner it said $350. I asked the hard line manger at Walmart if he could do better if I bought both. He said he would do both at $250.

The 55 was missing the remote and legs.

I set the 65 up last night. The menu is not simplified at all. It took quite a bit of tweaking. The videos online show setting it up in movie mode but to me that mode looks horrible and the final results make it look like a older LCD look. Why would I want it to look like that? I'll have to look for a better calibration video.

It did setup super easy to my Samsung phone and smart things Hub. It is the first TV I have had where the remote actually fully controls and is capable of accessing all menus and guides and channel changing for my Cox cable box. I was impressed with that.
The legs on the 65" are side to side 42 inches in case someone wants to know.

So far so good. It's not as impressive as the OLED I've seen, but I will also never get burn in.

They had two LG OLED one was listed as $2798 scanning at $699 65", the other was $1,978 scanning at $499 55"

The 65 had slight burn in, but the 55 was flawless. They wouldn't sell them to me since they were floor models.

He said the store doesn't own them and that LG rents that space for the OLED models and comes and configures them. When they reach end of life for the store LG comes and picks them up or they send them back to LG. The first I had heard of that and I didn't see any mention of that on these posts.

My son is in a different Walmart in loss prevention and he did confirm they do rent the space for the OLED models and Walmart doesn't own many of them. The ones they do own they can sell.
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I bought this yesterday at Walmart along with a 55" model each for $250. The 65 was labeled $1,098 but when I hit it with the scanner it said $350. I asked the hard line manger at Walmart if he could do better if I bought both. He said he would do both at $250.

The 55 was missing the remote and legs.

I set the 65 up last night. The menu is not simplified at all. It took quite a bit of tweaking. The videos online show setting it up in movie mode but to me that mode looks horrible and the final results make it look like a older LCD look. Why would I want it to look like that? I'll have to look for a better calibration video.

It did setup super easy to my Samsung phone and smart things Hub. It is the first TV I have had where the remote actually fully controls and is capable of accessing all menus and guides and channel changing for my Cox cable box. I was impressed with that.
The legs on the 65" are side to side 42 inches in case someone wants to know.

So far so good. It's not as impressive as the OLED I've seen, but I will also never get burn in.

They had two LG OLED one was listed as $2798 scanning at $699 65", the other was $1,978 scanning at $499 55"

The 65 had slight burn in, but the 55 was flawless. They wouldn't sell them to me since they were floor models.

He said the store doesn't own them and that LG rents that space for the OLED models and comes and configures them. When they reach end of life for the store LG comes and picks them up or they send them back to LG. The first I had heard of that and I didn't see any mention of that on these posts.

My son is in a different Walmart in loss prevention and he did confirm they do rent the space for the OLED models and Walmart doesn't own many of them. The ones they do own they can sell.
What ...how would the scan price be less ...so does that mean we have to scan all the tv prices in Walmart in the hope that they come for lesser price ?
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What ...how would the scan price be less ...so does that mean we have to scan all the tv prices in Walmart in the hope that they come for lesser price ?
Depending on how long they sit there it is going to have the price reduction on it from the last time they decided to put a new sticker on it.
I always scan items no matter what the discount price is showing. I have sometimes found it to be lower than the tagged price. What I thought was a decent deal sometimes becomes a much much better deal then the tag.
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Dealers sign agreements with manufactures for minimum advertised price. The easiest way around that is to list the item as "open-box".
Wouldnt that be price fixing?
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Wouldnt that be price fixing?
Not if listed as open box, returned. That then negates the agreement to the manufacturer on minimum or non disclosed pricing since it isn't technically new in the box

Always a loop hole around things.
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I bought this yesterday at Walmart along with a 55" model each for $250. The 65 was labeled $1,098 but when I hit it with the scanner it said $350. I asked the hard line manger at Walmart if he could do better if I bought both. He said he would do both at $250.

The 55 was missing the remote and legs.

I set the 65 up last night. The menu is not simplified at all. It took quite a bit of tweaking. The videos online show setting it up in movie mode but to me that mode looks horrible and the final results make it look like a older LCD look. Why would I want it to look like that? I'll have to look for a better calibration video.

It did setup super easy to my Samsung phone and smart things Hub. It is the first TV I have had where the remote actually fully controls and is capable of accessing all menus and guides and channel changing for my Cox cable box. I was impressed with that.
The legs on the 65" are side to side 42 inches in case someone wants to know.

So far so good. It's not as impressive as the OLED I've seen, but I will also never get burn in.

They had two LG OLED one was listed as $2798 scanning at $699 65", the other was $1,978 scanning at $499 55"

The 65 had slight burn in, but the 55 was flawless. They wouldn't sell them to me since they were floor models.

He said the store doesn't own them and that LG rents that space for the OLED models and comes and configures them. When they reach end of life for the store LG comes and picks them up or they send them back to LG. The first I had heard of that and I didn't see any mention of that on these posts.

My son is in a different Walmart in loss prevention and he did confirm they do rent the space for the OLED models and Walmart doesn't own many of them. The ones they do own they can sell.
Thats called "flooring" almost every big ticket item is on flooring. Costco for example is almost 80 percent flooring. They actually charge a monthly flooring fee to the items distributer.

Burn in on an oled,,, when did that start happening 🤔🙃🤫🤫
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Not if listed as open box, returned. That then negates the agreement to the manufacturer on minimum or non disclosed pricing since it isn't technically new in the box

Always a loop hole around things.
So isnt that colusion? I thought we had a free market economy,,, 🤦🙄
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