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    For a limited time, buy a new 2024 Samsung TV at Best Buy and you'll get a free 65-inch Samsung Crystal 4K TV (TU690T). That's right ó a free 65-incher ($479 value) when you buy any Samsung 2024 TV. Even better, if you're a My Best Buy member ($49/year at Best Buy), you'll get an extra $100 off your TV purchase. That's one of the best TV deals I've seen this year.



    Samsung TV sale: buy one, get a 65" TV for free @ Best Buy
    Here's an unprecedented deal from Best Buy. For a limited time, buy a new 2024 Samsung TV and you'll get a free Samsung 65-inch 4K Crystal TV. Most of the TVs in this promo cost upwards of $1,000, but you can get the new Samsung 43-inch Frame 4K QLED TV and a 65-inch Crystal TV for $999 (pictured), which is $447 off. Note that Samsung is offering the exact same promo direct from their website.
    Price check: buy one TV, get a 65" free @ Samsung






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    These Samsung 4Ks any good?

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    If I was going to spend the money for OLED I'm probably going LG

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    Bought a TCL TV in December 2021, died in December 2023

    Never buying that crap ever again

    Probably Samsung and LG next

    Or Sony even though it's more expensive than Samsung and LG, but their TVs seem to have more longevity and less trips to the repair shops


    I have yet to replace my TCL, it's just sitting there, I'm in no rush for now, just watching stuff on my iPad
    (And i had to buy a new lens for my mirrorless camera, it was more important for me)

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    Bought a TCL TV in December 2021, died in December 2023

    Never buying that crap ever again

    Probably Samsung and LG next

    Or Sony even though it's more expensive than Samsung and LG, but their TVs seem to have more longevity and less trips to the repair shops


    I have yet to replace my TCL, it's just sitting there, I'm in no rush for now, just watching stuff on my iPad
    (And i had to buy a new lens for my mirrorless camera, it was more important for me)

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    These Samsung 4Ks any good?
    I have one and it's nothing to write home about.

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    I have one and it's nothing to write home about.
    How long have you owned it?

    Wondering about Samsung tvís longevity

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    How long have you owned it?

    Wondering about Samsung tv’s longevity
    Almost a year.

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    Gracias

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    hmm... actually an interesting topic. we're moving to vegas at the end of next month. i have a cheap sharp 65 incher (insert "bend over ill show you a 65 incher" here) that i got from walmart a few years ago, but im not taking that with me. just gonna leave it in the house here as we rent it out. its already kind of finicky where i sometimes have to reboot the tv because ill get audio and no video, etc. not that often, but happens from time to time. that, combined with shipping it nearly 3k miles, likely to not do well on the trip unless i package it as well as the manufacturers do, which i doubt i can pull off

    not looking to get anything too high end tho, have 2 little kids who could easily find a way to up

    the deal in OP definitely not what im looking for. tbh id rather just buy that 65 inch tv for 480 then spend thousands on another one just to get the 65 incher thrown in.

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    Bought a TCL TV in December 2021, died in December 2023

    Never buying that crap ever again

    Probably Samsung and LG next

    Or Sony even though it's more expensive than Samsung and LG, but their TVs seem to have more longevity and less trips to the repair shops


    I have yet to replace my TCL, it's just sitting there, I'm in no rush for now, just watching stuff on my iPad
    (And i had to buy a new lens for my mirrorless camera, it was more important for me)
    i bought some cheap TV from walmart and decided to get the protection plan

    it died after about 2.5 years so i got a replacement one for free that im still on

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    I have a Sony XR A80J, and it's by a long long mile the best TV I ever had. Dunno if you can still buy it or if there's something new, but just amazing TV.

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    I have a Sony XR A80J, and it's by a long long mile the best TV I ever had. Dunno if you can still buy it or if there's something new, but just amazing TV.
    Christ-a-mighty, whatever it is you always have to have the best, El.

    You PIA you.

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    i bought some cheap TV from walmart and decided to get the protection plan

    it died after about 2.5 years so i got a replacement one for free that im still on
    I didn't get a protection plan because I didn't expect a 2020's TV to die

    My older Sony and Samsung TV's lasted way longer


    Today's soft TV's

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    Well
    I spent 6 months without a TV but finally got a new one

    I got a Samsung

    Not an OLED, but should be better than POS TCL

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