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75" LG 75UM8070PUA 8 Series 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV (2019 Model) $879.99 + Free Shipping @ Costco

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Not bad. thanks for posting. The last one was 75" Samsung UN75NU6080FXZA 4K UHD Smart TV for $699.99 but it was not UHD I believe. https://slickdeals.net/f/13977899-samsung-75-4k-uhd-6-series-tv-699-free-shipping-model-no-un75nu6080fxza
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Dell [dell.com]has it for $899 with 6% cash back on Rakuten and $75 egift card.
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Dell [dell.com]has it for $899 with 6% cash back on Rakuten and $75 egift card.


Hmmm.. but no COstco Warranty. Hmmm....decisions decisions
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Hmmm.. but no COstco Warranty. Hmmm....decisions decisions
I was going to pull the trigger on the costco one bc of the warranty but then I have credit cards that will match the warranty by a yr - so I haven't done it yet. I am holding out for the 82" for $1200.
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7" for extra $300? Hewheheee.
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I was going to pull the trigger on the costco one bc of the warranty but then I have credit cards that will match the warranty by a yr - so I haven't done it yet. I am holding out for the 82" for $1200.
I'm on the same boat as you. The 75in looks decent price but I'm going hold off trying to find a deal of 80+"
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I'm on the same boat as you. The 75in looks decent price but I'm going hold off trying to find a deal of 80+"
I know the 80 is only marginally larger.. but it really seems noticeably bigger when viewed at the warehouse.
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7" for extra $300? Hewheheee.
Almost 20% more surface area.
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I know the 80 is only marginally larger.. but it really seems noticeably bigger when viewed at the warehouse.
Totally agreed! I'm eyeing between the 75" and the 85", if the costs of the bigger one is slightly more expensive, i think it's probably worth getting.
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I keep trying to convince myself to give up the projector and 110" screen.... but I just cant sell myself on going smaller. Would like the better picture but I'm spoiled with the larger image
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I keep trying to convince myself to give up the projector and 110" screen.... but I just cant sell myself on going smaller. Would like the better picture but I'm spoiled with the larger image
Why not go for a laser short throw projector and an ALR screen I saw one at Best buy and I was really really impressed.
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Why not go for a laser short throw projector and an ALR screen I saw one at Best buy and I was really really impressed.
I suppose because I'm cheap, what would that run me?
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I keep trying to convince myself to give up the projector and 110" screen.... but I just cant sell myself on going smaller. Would like the better picture but I'm spoiled with the larger image
As some with a Q80R, C8 OLED and dual Optoma projectors, I can tell you heaven is somewhere, where you can watch premium image quality for streaming shows and then go big for an action packed movie with a drop down screen.
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I have been in the market for a 75" tv. Is this a good deal and how is the quality? What should I look for when searching for a bigger tv if I want a decent quality?
Also the TV does not need to be smart or anything if that keeps the price down. I get all the functionality when i add a firestick.
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