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post #1 of 7 Old 02-16-2012, 08:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi. Newbie here looking for advice. Looking for a new TV and thanks to all of the great postings on this forum I finally decided to go with a Panasonic plasma. Was going to go with a GT30 after reading the reviews and finding a price diferential of only a couple hundred bucks between that and the ST30. I was going to wait until March for markdowns when everyone brings in the new stuff from CES (confirmed this was true with sales rep from Fry's). Tonight I was checking the Costco site (which I rarely do) and saw the TC-P60ST30 advertised for $1,199.99. Even with shipping and tax (another $130) this seems like a very good deal (appears to be about $150 less than other reputable low cost dealers). Should I sit tight and hope for better prices or take the plunge? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
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Before anyone mocks the new kid on the block, I just found a nice thread on this deal in the "Plasma Flat Panel Great Deals Found" forum.
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Personally I think $1200 for a 60" plasma is farely high. I've seen multiple 60" (brand names like panasonic, sharp, zenith, etc) 1080 plasma's for right around $1000 and even down to $800-$900. Just my $.02 though. Obviously not all tvs are created equal. Might still be a good deal. I'm in the market for a 60 inch flat panel so I'll be on the lookout as well.

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Big difference between a $800 Zenith or Sharp and this $1200 Panasonic. $400 more well spent. That is a good price for a 60"ST, and don't wait much longer or they will be gone for sure. I was just at Costco toninght and planned on getting one of these for our vacation cabin. They only had the display left.
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Just saw the panasonic s30 60inch plasma is on amazon for 1149.99 but panasonics are very comparable to sharp aquos.... just saying
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The 60" Panasonic is $999 at sears with free in store pickup.
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You guys are posting about the S series not ST. Big PQ difference between the two.
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