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HiSense 65H9F 65” 4K Android HDTV $799 @ Best Buy, Free Shipping

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I need another $100 to bite... Vizio 65" M Series is the fallback option.
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Thanks, it's been in my shopping cart for months at $899.99. Applause
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Between this, Vizio M or TCL 65R625 for 699, thinking the TCL QLED is the way to go

Can grab this at Rakuten now with promo code XP100J. https://www.rakuten.com/shop/elec...ct/65R625/
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Between this, Vizio M or TCL 65R625 for 699, thinking the TCL QLED is the way to go

Can grab this at Rakuten now with promo code XP100J. https://www.rakuten.com/shop/elec...ct/65R625/ [rakuten.com]
I'm torn between this one and the 2018 Costco version for $599. With the additional Costco warranty and easy return policy, the 2018 is probably the best deal for me. Rtngs also has both TV's about about neck and neck with the R625 just slightly ahead.
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The Hisense 65H9F has sold as low as $699 in the past. A $100 premium over the TCL 65R613, 617 is acceptable at that price point, given that the Hisense is a true 120 Hz panel, supports all 3 HDR standards, and is a true Android TV (which is a preference for some buyers).

At $799 the Hisense presents a very poor value. For $200 more, you can buy a Vizio PX65-G1 at CostCo for $999. This TV is 3000 nits peak brightness. It is awesome to see in person (and near OLED quality). CostCo is MUCH BETTER to deal with than BestBuy when it comes to product support and warranty.

If the HiSense comes down in price to $600 or $650, that would be a bonafide slick deal! I would have no hesitation buying at that price point.
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The Hisense 65H9F has sold as low as $699 in the past. A $100 premium over the TCL 65R613, 617 is acceptable at that price point, given that the Hisense is a true 120 Hz panel, supports all 3 HDR standards, and is a true Android TV (which is a preference for some buyers).

At $799 the Hisense presents a very poor value. For $200 more, you can buy a Vizio PX65-G1 at CostCo for $999. This TV is 3000 nits peak brightness. It is awesome to see in person (and near OLED quality). CostCo is MUCH BETTER to deal with than BestBuy when it comes to product support and warranty.

If the HiSense comes down in price to $600 or $650, that would be a bonafide slick deal! I would have no hesitation buying at that price point.
Give me some of what this guy is smoking. He's so far gone, he apparently has no clue what he's talking about.
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What's the general consensus on the best deal available deal in the $500-700 range for 60-70"? I bought the Samsung from BB but I'm not really liking the picture quality.
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I'm torn between this one and the 2018 Costco version for $599. With the additional Costco warranty and easy return policy, the 2018 is probably the best deal for me. Rtngs also has both TV's about about neck and neck with the R625 just slightly ahead.
Last year's Hisense is no comparison to the H9F.
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The Hisense 65H9F has sold as low as $699 in the past. A $100 premium over the TCL 65R613, 617 is acceptable at that price point, given that the Hisense is a true 120 Hz panel, supports all 3 HDR standards, and is a true Android TV (which is a preference for some buyers).

At $799 the Hisense presents a very poor value. For $200 more, you can buy a Vizio PX65-G1 at CostCo for $999. This TV is 3000 nits peak brightness. It is awesome to see in person (and near OLED quality). CostCo is MUCH BETTER to deal with than BestBuy when it comes to product support and warranty.

If the HiSense comes down in price to $600 or $650, that would be a bonafide slick deal! I would have no hesitation buying at that price point.

The $699 deal was a one-shot available for about 3 seconds, and according to the thread only one person got in on the deal.

The Vizio does have a slightly better review than the HiSense at Rtings (8.5 vs 8.3), but that's pretty darn close. It's still $200 more, and has a super wide stand footprint. I have a relatively small stand, and don't feel like furniture shopping right now, so I appreciate the small footprint of the HiSense. (Even TCL lost their minds this year by not only making the R625's footprint wider than last year's 615/617, but also making the legs non-reversible.)

I don't think this set is going for less anytime soon.
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Give me some of what this guy is smoking. He's so far gone, he apparently has no clue what he's talking about.
I found all of his comments to be accurate, except the one about this being a "very poor value". That was overstated. It's not the slickest of deals, but it's not poor value either. The rest of his post seemed to be on point, unless I missed something else that justified your remark about him having no clue?
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Last year's Hisense is no comparison to the H9F.
I was referring to the TCL.
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What's the general consensus on the best deal available deal in the $500-700 range for 60-70"? I bought the Samsung from BB but I'm not really liking the picture quality.
TCL 65R617, 613 (CostCo version), and 615 (BestBuy version). They are the 2018 version of the TCL 6 series. There is some slight variance with the 65R625 (the 2019 version). You can read up on it at rtings.com.
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The Hisense 65H9F has sold as low as $699 in the past. A $100 premium over the TCL 65R613, 617 is acceptable at that price point, given that the Hisense is a true 120 Hz panel, supports all 3 HDR standards, and is a true Android TV (which is a preference for some buyers).

At $799 the Hisense presents a very poor value. For $200 more, you can buy a Vizio PX65-G1 at CostCo for $999. This TV is 3000 nits peak brightness. It is awesome to see in person (and near OLED quality). CostCo is MUCH BETTER to deal with than BestBuy when it comes to product support and warranty.

If the HiSense comes down in price to $600 or $650, that would be a bonafide slick deal! I would have no hesitation buying at that price point.
Costco price is actually $1199, so I'm not sure where you're seeing $999 for the PX65-G1.
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Between this, Vizio M or TCL 65R625 for 699, thinking the TCL QLED is the way to go

Can grab this at Rakuten now with promo code XP100J. https://www.rakuten.com/shop/elec...ct/65R625/
How are replacements with Best Buy when they are not in stock locally, as well as Rakuten / Electronics Express?

TCL and Hisense are known for their panel lotteries. I'm leaning towards picking one up but would want to exchange until I got a decent one. My local Best Buy doesn't have it in stock though, how do exchanges work?
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