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Select Target Stores: 70" LG 70UN7070PUA 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

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Target [store locator] has 70" LG 70UN7070PUA 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV on sale for $566.99 after 10% off Target Circle coupon when you follow the steps below. Select free store pickup where stock permits (currently unavailable for shipping).

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  1. Log into or create a Target Circle account (free to join)
  2. Go here to save the "10% Off One Select Electronic Item or Video Game" coupon.
  3. Click here and add the 70" LG 70UN7070PUA 4K Smart TV to cart
  4. Proceed to checkout
  5. Price will be $629.99 - 10% ($63) off Target Circle savings = $566.99
    • Additional Savings: $30 Target eGift Card $25 here
Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Refresh Rate: TruMotion 120 (Native 60Hz)
  • Active HDR (HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping
  • Smart Platform: webOS
  • Wi-Fi Certified 802.11ac
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x RF in
    • 1x Composite In
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Out
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Appears to have good store availability. 26% off retail plus 10% app coupon plus 5% RedCard.
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Can't decide between this and the Vizio. Either way I'm going to have to pay to get it delivered and spend another $40 on alternative legs.

Update: read the reviews and they both rate somewhat poorly as expected with budget TVs. Went with the LG anyway.
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Does anyone have the dimension of the box? wondering if i need to take the 2nd row seat out of the minivan.
Taken from the spec sheet: Packaging Dimensions (WxHxD) 67.1" x 42.3" x 9".
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Does anyone have the dimension of the box? wondering if i need to take the 2nd row seat out of the minivan.
Probably. It may also be too tall and either need to lean or lay down.
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Quote from NavyHamster270 :
Where? Costco? I have to get my sister to check, or I'll look on their site I guess. As an LG at this size, it's decent deal but LG doesn't make good lower budget TVs..... Well most of these TVs suck. I'll stick with my decade old set, until BF comes back and I can afford higher series/class model or even OLED (probably will just get QLED.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/un7000
Totally disagree....with respect. My parents bought a low end LG UK 6090 and I was impressed at how good the picture was with a mere 1080p. We watched a Netflix HD video (Midway) and it looked pretty good. Sure, you can nitpick a smart TV all day long at Ratings.com, but....most people are focusing on content not techno nerd priviledge and snobbery about nits of brightness, etc. I used that TV to go to youtube and viewed some 4K videos.....in a dark room, I was wowed that the technology is so good and cheap right now. If you haven't figured out the complexities of a smart TV review, then....buy this TV. It's solid. It's a solid buy for most people who don't nitpick their picture. Yes, my TCL R625 is brighter and has more features...and...no I haven't really ever seen an OLED screen. No I don't play videos on my smart TV. I have low expectations and lesser interest in finetooth analysis of picture quality. You get what you pay for, and for most people who don't visit "Reddit r/smart TV"...they would be quite satisfied with this TV. When you don't have a reference point seeing excellence, you'll be quite satisfied with "pretty good". That's how most people are.
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Quote from Joerod1023 :
It was in my target app. It was 20% off any item. I think I found it under wallet
I feel like Charlie Brown on Halloween all I got was "20% off Women's shirts, shorts and tops" and I'm a guy Frown
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Quote from SiennaTest995 :
Totally disagree....with respect. My parents bought a low end LG UK 6090 and I was impressed at how good the picture was with a mere 1080p. We watched a Netflix HD video (Midway) and it looked pretty good. Sure, you can nitpick a smart TV all day long at Ratings.com, but....most people are focusing on content not techno nerd priviledge and snobbery about nits of brightness, etc. I used that TV to go to youtube and viewed some 4K videos.....in a dark room, I was wowed that the technology is so good and cheap right now. If you haven't figured out the complexities of a smart TV review, then....buy this TV. It's solid. It's a solid buy for most people who don't nitpick their picture. Yes, my TCL R625 is brighter and has more features...and...no I haven't really ever seen an OLED screen. No I don't play videos on my smart TV. I have low expectations and lesser interest in finetooth analysis of picture quality. You get what you pay for, and for most people who don't visit "Reddit r/smart TV"...they would be quite satisfied with this TV. When you don't have a reference point seeing excellence, you'll be quite satisfied with "pretty good". That's how most people are.
Yeah, it is pretty amazing to me what you can get for an ultrabudget price in a 70+ inch TV these days. I would personally steer people away from ultrabudget IPS panels, unless they really needed 120Hz for some specific reasons. But these recent TVs with ultrabudget VA panels are likely going to please most people upgrading from a significantly older, and likely smaller, 1080p TV.

The one caveat is people coming from plasma, or an older OLED they are looking to upgrade, might need to pay up for OLED to really feel like they are not compromising. But that is not most people.
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I've only had this TV for a day but I'm really impressed. I followed most of the settings recommended by rtings and it is a world of difference from my old "Toshiba" 4k. It looks almost 3d. For $500 I don't think you'll find anything better.

Bear in mind that while I'll spend real money on stereo equipment, phones and computers, I'm a cheapskate when it comes to televisions. Like another poster said, if you're really into video you may not be as happy.
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I've only had this TV for a day but I'm really impressed. I followed most of the settings recommended by rtings and it is a world of difference from my old "Toshiba" 4k. It looks almost 3d. For $500 I don't think you'll find anything better.

Bear in mind that while I'll spend real money on stereo equipment, phones and computers, I'm a cheapskate when it comes to televisions. Like another poster said, if you're really into video you may not be as happy.
Can you link the settings page you followed? I also picked this TV up yesterday and am loving it so far.
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damn missed out, the coupon expired yesterday for the 10%
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Can you link the settings page you followed? I also picked this TV up yesterday and am loving it so far.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...0/settings
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