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#205764 25-Nov-2016 20:41
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Heya,

 

Looking at getting an entry level 50" TV. Budget is upto $1500 or so. Lots of TV sales this weekend, The Samsung UA50KU6000 is on sale at most retailers for $1350. Is this a good deal / is this a decent TV (Yeh I know it's not comparable to the high end TV's)? I'm not in a great rush to buy the TV, do you think it would be better to wait until boxing day? If boxing day deals will be phenominally better then I'll wait, but at the same time if I'll only save a further $50 then I might buy now.

 

Thanks for your help


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