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60" Vizio D60-D3 1080p 120Hz Smart LED HDTV + $250 Dell E-Gift Card EXPIRED

Biggerfool 165 358 May 2, 2016 at 06:00 PM in Smart TVs (5) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 05-19-2016 by iconian at 09:55 AM View Original Post
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Dell Home has 60" Vizio D60-D3 1080p 120Hz Smart LED HDTV + $250 Dell E-Gift Card for $700 + free shipping. Thanks Biggerfool

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (native)
  • Smart + WiFi
  • Inputs
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite Video / Composite Video
    • 1x Digital Audio Out
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Edited May 3, 2016 at 05:41 PM by widgit
I searched and did not see this posted yet. I know it isn't a 4k TV or 70 inches...but for $700


http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=A8749959

So $699.99 plus your sales tax if Dell is in your state.

plus a $250 promo dell egift card (for purchasing this TV)
and a $35 (5%) promo dell egift card for being an Dell Advantage Rewards member (which is instant and free)

While it is not the hottest TV ever, it is worth sharing.
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If you are going to vote something down, then have a valid reason. There is no cheaper decent 60 inch deal out there right now. While you may not love Dell's promo egift card hassle, it makes for some amazing deals.

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If you are going to vote something down, then have a valid reason. There is no cheaper decent 60 inch deal out there right now. While you may not love Dell's promo egift card hassle, it makes for some amazing deals.
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Quote from Biggerfool View Post :
If you are going to vote something down, then have a valid reason. There is no cheaper decent 60 inch deal out there right now. While you may not love Dell's promo egift card hassle, it makes for some amazing deals.

I should say that it is a great deal.

There are bullies/trolls all around SlickDeals. Just ignore and pity them.

Appreciate you sharing the deal.
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I'm ignorant to the dell gift card... does it expire? are there any exclusions?
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I'm ignorant to the dell gift card... does it expire? are there any exclusions?
They say you will get the 10 to 20 days after your order ships...lately it has been 20 days and if you don't have it after that, you email Dell for them to issue it.

No restrictions as far as I know...except maybe no gift card purchases.

They expire 90 days from when they are issued and you can only use 1 promo gift card per order (I have heard that you can use 2 with their mobile app).
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I'm ignorant to the dell gift card... does it expire? are there any exclusions?
I think they do expire, not sure about exclusions or if they are rollable...
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I think they do expire, not sure about exclusions or if they are rollable...
Very rollable....which means you can end up with too many crazy priced TVs if you aren't careful. Perhaps that is why I have too many TVs currently. Wink
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Thanks for laying out the deal for us, OP. I always forget those cashback sites. And yeah, you're not going to find a decent (maybe any?) 60" TV for essentially $359. I don't like Dell's e-gift cards because they expire (how stupid is that? C'mon, Dell.) But I use them a lot, and as long as you don't forget about them they're fine. I've been trying to convince the wife that we need a bigger TV in the family room, so I might just buy this one.
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Just picked up the target vizio 55" 4K m series (floor model) for $500 with a three year extended warranty. How much better is that TV? Is this worth it to jump for this at 60"? I could use a new mobo/processor for my PC so can find a use for the gift card.
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Thanks for laying out the deal for us, OP. I always forget those cashback sites. And yeah, you're not going to find a decent (maybe any?) 60" TV for essentially $359. I don't like Dell's e-gift cards because they expire (how stupid is that? C'mon, Dell.) But I use them a lot, and as long as you don't forget about them they're fine. I've been trying to convince the wife that we need a bigger TV in the family room, so I might just buy this one.
Just be careful with the logic of thinking you are getting the TV for $359. If you go by that logic, whatever you buy with the GC is considered paying full price..
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Quote from firemanke View Post :
Just picked up the target vizio 55" 4K m series (floor model) for $500 with a three year extended warranty. How much better is that TV? Is this worth it to jump for this at 60"? I could use a new mobo/processor for my PC so can find a use for the gift card.
You're talking about two totally different TVs... It all depends on what you need/want...
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Quote from Biggerfool View Post :
Very rollable....which means you can end up with too many crazy priced TVs if you aren't careful. Perhaps that is why I have too many TVs currently. Wink
This is definitely a first world problem.
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Quote from iflookzkill View Post :
You're talking about two totally different TVs... It all depends on what you need/want...
I realize that. I wanted a 60 inch, but settled for the 55 m series because I know it's a quality set and was reasonably priced (have a baby on the way). It's in my living room which is bright, (again m series is supposed good there) I am not any type of TV enthusiast. I don't game on it, so that isn't a concern either. Mostly just cable, blu-ray and Netflix.
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You're talking about two totally different TVs... It all depends on what you need/want...
Could you elaborate?
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