Originally Posted by Mike4HDTV
I bought my Samsung 46D7000 at HHGregg. They have better prices on TV's than Best Buy.
Best Buy will price match HHGregg, and Costco (if you are a member). I am swapping out a 70LE632 for a 70LE732, and Best Buy price matched HHGregg. Brought the price down to what I paid for the 632.
I did a lot of shopping online prior to purchasing this tv, and the box is huge. It's pretty cold in this part of the country too, and I would prefer not having to rent a van to go pick it up.
Buying a large screen (60" and above) at BBY - Advantages:
Pretty good selection
Financing for 3 years at 0%
Free delivery (if set is above a certain price)
60 day price matchhttp://www.bestbuy.com/site/Electron...at247800050003
Not the best place to evaluate a tv - the lighting is terrible
Have to pay sales tax
Accessories are overpriced
If you have a membership at Costco, you can purchase a Square Trade warranty within 60 days of you television purchase. The set does not have to be purchased from Costco. They have a 90 day return policy on their televisions, but you have to box it up and schlep it back to the store.
HH Gregg charges 69.99 for delivery, and have a 30 day price match guarantee, but might smack you with a 20% restocking fee. But since they are the new kids on the block, they seem more willing to wheel and deal. 2 year financing available.
Amazon is a great place to do research on products. The customer reviews are a good source of data to assist in making a buying decision.
Get the most tv, with the size and features you want, for the least amount of cash out of pocket, and you will be a happy camper.