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Casio Privia PX860 BK Black Digital Home Piano $699.99 at Amazon

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Note: this is not the latest model, but, prior to the release of the PX870 (7/2017), this was the top model of Casio's Privia line. Regularly $899.99 (the current BF/CM sale price of the PX 870).

Casio PX 860 for $700 [amazon.com]

I have been closely watching sub $1000 digital piano prices all weekend (and prior), and this is the best deal I have seen (Musician Friend's brief $499.99 on the PX 770 would have possibly been better if not for the $70 shipping cost). Yes, this piano has been available for cheaper before (after coupon), but, as far as I can tell, Amazon has discontinued Amazon Harmony (the source of the coupon).
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I had that black PX-770 in my cart at $499, and I also didn't buy because of the shipping. Kraft wouldn't price match, despite having a price guarantee. The $599 current price is pretty good, though. Adorama, B&H, Kraft all have it there, with free shipping and sometimes no tax.

Anyone know of a coupon that could apply at one of those stores?

Target online carries it, but for $670 or so. I might have to use that 20% coupon from BF on it.
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I am also looking for similar piano, found px-870 for $899 at guitar center with 15% cashback from the cashback sites, but holding back due to shipping charges
Austinbazaar has same px-870 for $899 and an extra 10% off and no shipping charge and also comes with a bench
Is any familiar with Austinbazaar, trustworthy? Quick google search coming up with positive reviews though
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I had ordered the 770 for $599 couple days ago but then saw the 860 listed at $699 yesterday and cancelled the 770. Even though the 860 is the previous gen, it's supposed to have been the flagship (comparable to the 870). The features exceed the 770 in most areas minus the fact that newer Casio has better support for PCs and iOS/android devices, looks sleeker and the piano samples used are updated (this may be a bigger plus than I'm thinking). My thought is that due to the better speakers, 256 note polyphony, some better acoustic piano replication features, the 860 will be superior to the 770. Would love to hear anyone else's thoughts or feedback.
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I had ordered the 770 for $599 couple days ago but then saw the 860 listed at $699 yesterday and cancelled the 770. Even though the 860 is the previous gen, it's supposed to have been the flagship (comparable to the 870). The features exceed the 770 in most areas minus the fact that newer Casio has better support for PCs and iOS/android devices, looks sleeker and the piano samples used are updated (this may be a bigger plus than I'm thinking). My thought is that due to the better speakers, 256 note polyphony, some better acoustic piano replication features, the 860 will be superior to the 770. Would love to hear anyone else's thoughts or feedback.
My goal is the lowest price point for realism and a cabinet. That's why I'm looking at the 770. The 860 seems excellent. Here's a comparison of the 860 vs 870:
https://azpianonews.blogspot.com/...-1000.html
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