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Topic # 14412 2-Jul-2007 16:59
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I was keep my eyes on this TV, (I love DLP-sort TVs, it would be my third DLP if I buy this)

Today I got cash price quote as $8799, would it be bargain enough or should I negotiate more?

I thought those high Kiwi dollars may gave me some edges but only around $500 difference when I was first quoted 4 month ago.

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  Reply # 76614 2-Jul-2007 17:03
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I wouldn't know.

But just because the dollar is high, does not mean you will see any benefit. If the TV was brought in when the dollar was still low then they will keep the price high as the stock affected is all the "higher price" stock.

So if Sony had 50 in-stock since four months ago and they have not got any more in then their pricing will not change until later down the track, and if they dollar drops again, then you may not see anything in your pocket at all.

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