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55" Samsung UN55EH6000 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV + $400 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

iconian 54,895 April 16, 2013 at 04:18 PM in Free Shipping (6) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 04-16-2013 at 06:28 PM View Original Post
Dell Home has 55" Samsung UN55EH6000 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV + $400 Dell eGift Card for $998 with free shipping. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Tuners: QAM, ATSC/NTSC
  • Contrast Ratio (Dynamic): 5,000,000:1
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite Video
    • 1x 3.5mm Audio Out
    • 1x TOSlink

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Edited April 16, 2013 at 04:21 PM by iconian
deal [dell.com]

$998 with free shipping

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Tuners: QAM, ATSC/NTSC
  • Contrast Ratio (Dynamic): 5,000,000:1
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite Video
    • 1x 3.5mm Audio Out
    • 1x TOSlink

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#61
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=A5953537

Sorry, looks like this was already posted. Somehow this did not come up when I searched for Samsung.
http://slickdeals.net/permadeal/93348/dell-home-office-55-samsung-un55eh6000-1080p-120hz-led-hdtv-400-dell-egift-card

Please be gentle. This is only my second deal posting.

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Quick Specs
Product Type

LED-backlit LCD TV
Power Consumption Operational

58 Watt
Diagonal Size

55" Class ( 54.6" viewable )
Diagonal Size (cm)

140 cm ( 138.7 cm viewable )
Dimensions (WxDxH)

49.2 in x 3.7 in x 29 in - without stand
Weight

45.4 lbs
Color

Black
Resolution

1920 x 1080
Display Format

1080p (FullHD)
Motion Enhancement Technology

240 Hz Clear Motion Rate
Video Interface

Component, composite, HDMI
HDMI Ports Qty

2 port(s)
LCD Backlight Technology

LED backlight
Digital TV Tuner

ATSC, QAM
Additional Features

On/off timer, clock, auto power off, on-screen menu, game mode, ConnectShare Movie, Wide Color Enhancer Plus, Eco Sensor, progressive scan
Sound Output Mode

Stereo
Speaker System

2 speakers
Sound Effects

SRS TheaterSound HD
USB Port

Yes , 1 port(s)
Remote Control

Remote control
Environmental Standards

ENERGY STAR Qualified
Manufacturer Warranty

1 year warranty
Last edited by desinilesh April 17, 2013 at 05:14 PM
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#62
Quote from strick9 View Post :
Grabbed this TV the last time around. Once calibrated it's fantastic. I do agree that the first time you turn it on it looks like crap. Viewing angles are definitly an issue (if you are off to the side you'll get a washed out pic). If all you're looking for is a solid 55in without silly apps and 3D you won't find one better than this at the price. I flipped my dell gift cards at raise.com without issue. Much easier than e-bay (they do take a 15%cut Frown ).

I checked out raise.com. So you get the actual cards value - 15%? But you also have to wait till somebody actually buys the card? All these Dell egift cards have expiration dates. Is that an issue?
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#63
Quote from fsyowad View Post :
I checked out raise.com. So you get the actual cards value - 15%? But you also have to wait till somebody actually buys the card? All these Dell egift cards have expiration dates. Is that an issue?
No, you set the price you want to sell at, and when it sells, they take 15%. So if you're being competitive you'll probably have to discount the card at least 10-20% going by eBay prices, and they take 15% off of that.
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Quote from espy View Post :
No, you set the price you want to sell at, and when it sells, they take 15%. So if you're being competitive you'll probably have to discount the card at least 10-20% going by eBay prices, and they take 15% off of that.
And their ok with A 60 day expiration date?
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#65
Jumped in on this deal, couldn't resist! Thanks OP
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#66
online chat just told me the promo giftcard carries a 30 day expiration date...any truth to this?

EDIT- nvm..stupid rep...90 days

Discount Details


Save $402 & receive a $400 Dell PROMO eGift Card with this purchase sent via email in 10-20 days. TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY*

Limited Time Offer!
Promotional Gift Card Offer: Offer contingent upon purchase of eligible product; Promotional card not valid if eligible product is returned for a refund. If eligible product is returned for a refund after the card has been redeemed, the value of the redeemed card will be deducted from the refund amount. Promotional Gift Card ships separately from purchase and typically arrives in 10-20 days via email and carries a 90 day expiration (except where prohibited by law). Terms and conditions apply. See "http://www.dell.com/giftcard/promoterms"
Last edited by deyainrdy4ds April 17, 2013 at 09:41 PM
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#67
Quote from vd853 View Post :
That Panasonic 55" deal is LED *IPS* (and is cheaper in price) is there really any difference with this one?

EDIT: Nevermind, the Panasonic is 3D and this one is not, that's a big difference...
Most Samsung made panels are either PVA or PLS (Samsung's proprietary variance of IPS) PVA type has the best black level and contrast ratio (not dynamic but native panel), but PVA's viewing angle is not as good as IPS. personally I prefer PVA on PC side because of the black level.
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#68
Jumped on this deal, thanks OP! I was shopping for a laptop and saw this deal. Works out perfect for me and was surprised how easy it was to convince the wife that this was a smart move. Now I just hope there are some laptop deals once the $400 gets to me.
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#69
Would I be able to use this in Israel? I am moving soon and I would like to take advantage of this deal.
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#70
Quote from fsyowad View Post :
I checked out raise.com. So you get the actual cards value - 15%? But you also have to wait till somebody actually buys the card? All these Dell egift cards have expiration dates. Is that an issue?
You set the price of the giftcard. It's a marketplace so if you put up a $40 for $40 it probably wouldn't sell. They have a place where you can input the expiration date of the GC. Recieved my money from Raise.com in my paypal account this AM. Yeah I didn't get full value from my GC, but it was a smooth and effortless process.
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Quote from strick9 View Post :
You set the price of the giftcard. It's a marketplace so if you put up a $40 for $40 it probably wouldn't sell. They have a place where you can input the expiration date of the GC. Recieved my money from Raise.com in my paypal account this AM. Yeah I didn't get full value from my GC, but it was a smooth and effortless process.
What did it sell for, out of curiosity? Do they take 15% from the $400 or what you sold it for?
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#72
Just got mine delivered today (delivered in two days). By default my set pushed red alot. After a quick manual calibration it is perfect. Really good black level. Much better than my old 52" Samsung series 6. No dead/stuck pixels. Perfect backlight. Minor blooming when off angle but none looking at it straight. I'm using it as a computer monitor so that doesn't bother me as I will be sitting directly in front of it (and am as I type this).

This does not have an uneven backlight like most LED (even full backlit) TVs suffer from. For some reason TV manufactures are just trying to reduce the thickness of the TV and are sacrificing backlight quality to do it. This TV however doesn't seem to follow that trend so it doesn't have that problem. When you mount it on a stand, I could care less how thick it is. I don't look at the TV from the side.

Looks like the deal is dead now though. I was considering getting another.

No regrets at all. Lets just hope it last as long or longer than my series 6 which is still going strong after 3.5 years. This is my 3rd Samsung TV and I've been happy with all of them.

In the end, Dell gift cards are as good as cash for me, so after Dell Advantage benefits I only paid $615 after tax/shipping. After seeing this set compared to many other top of the line current generation models, I would of been willing to pay much more.
Last edited by RogerB6629 April 20, 2013 at 02:52 AM
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#73
went with a friend to a local walmart and got this tv (floor/display model) for 638$ plus tax. came out to 689 with tax. that was with 20% off the advertised price for it being a floor model (instore price $798)
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Quote from krugoh View Post :
What did it sell for, out of curiosity? Do they take 15% from the $400 or what you sold it for?
They take their cut from what you sell it for, not the value of the gift card. After all was said and done I received about 75 - 80% of the gift card total value.
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Quote from RogerB6629 View Post :
Just got mine delivered today (delivered in two days). By default my set pushed red alot. After a quick manual calibration it is perfect. Really good black level. Much better than my old 52" Samsung series 6. No dead/stuck pixels. Perfect backlight. Minor blooming when off angle but none looking at it straight. I'm using it as a computer monitor so that doesn't bother me as I will be sitting directly in front of it (and am as I type this).

This does not have an uneven backlight like most LED (even full backlit) TVs suffer from. For some reason TV manufactures are just trying to reduce the thickness of the TV and are sacrificing backlight quality to do it. This TV however doesn't seem to follow that trend so it doesn't have that problem. When you mount it on a stand, I could care less how thick it is. I don't look at the TV from the side.

Looks like the deal is dead now though. I was considering getting another.

No regrets at all. Lets just hope it last as long or longer than my series 6 which is still going strong after 3.5 years. This is my 3rd Samsung TV and I've been happy with all of them.

In the end, Dell gift cards are as good as cash for me, so after Dell Advantage benefits I only paid $615 after tax/shipping. After seeing this set compared to many other top of the line current generation models, I would of been willing to pay much more.
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