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post #31 of 38
whoa whoa whoa, someone explain this credit card business to me...

I bought my tv from best buy with a discover card. Bought the warranty also for 2 yrs i think. How do i know if i get extra protection? I bought it online so all i have is saved emails and stuff for the proof. Do i get a four year warranty if my credit card supports it?
post #32 of 38
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Originally Posted by MrDowntown View Post

whoa whoa whoa, someone explain this credit card business to me...

I bought my tv from best buy with a discover card. Bought the warranty also for 2 yrs i think. How do i know if i get extra protection? I bought it online so all i have is saved emails and stuff for the proof. Do i get a four year warranty if my credit card supports it?

Check with your credit card company.
post #33 of 38
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Originally Posted by MrDowntown View Post

whoa whoa whoa, someone explain this credit card business to me...

I bought my tv from best buy with a discover card. Bought the warranty also for 2 yrs i think. How do i know if i get extra protection? I bought it online so all i have is saved emails and stuff for the proof. Do i get a four year warranty if my credit card supports it?

I was curious to see if Discover offers a free one year extended warranty and sadly, after a kwik check, they don't.

Only Master Card, Visa and Amex offer a free extra one year extended warranty.
post #34 of 38
Blast! alright... thanks for checking. have fun with your extra long warranty:P
post #35 of 38
I have a comment on buying by credit card to extend the warranty. I recently read in one of my Visa card's fine print (Bank of America or Capital One, don't recall which) that any purchase made beyond 100 miles of where I live is excluded from the extended warranty. That rules out all Internet purchases for me.

Folks should keep that fact in mind.
post #36 of 38

hey im maka floaka its my real name lol, i have a tv that is broken as well. what is that site that will buy the tv's 

please respond back or txt me at 1224 616 8937

 

 

greatly appreciated,

 

Maka, Floaka 

post #37 of 38
Thread Starter 
Holy sh.. man, way to bump a 3 y-o thread!!!

It was an online local classified ad (Kijiji).

For anyone who bothered to read the whole thread, well, my plasma is still going as good as the day I bought it!

I can buy two hdtvs with what I paid for it!

Man, the low prices of flat screens since the past three years... WOW!
Edited by jerrycomo - 10/28/13 at 4:34pm
post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by Taperwood View Post

I have a comment on buying by credit card to extend the warranty. I recently read in one of my Visa card's fine print (Bank of America or Capital One, don't recall which) that any purchase made beyond 100 miles of where I live is excluded from the extended warranty. That rules out all Internet purchases for me.


Folks should keep that fact in mind.

If it's Capital One, they've changed this policy in the last three years. I bought my TV from Crutchfield in VA (I'm in California) and Capital One extended my warranty an extra year without any objection.

I also have a BofA Visa, but they whack me with so many fees I just shred their card when I get it.
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