Originally Posted by oC|-TiTaN
Same, called after the original price match and the woman agreed he did the right thing. I mean, it is covered on their tv price advantage help page or whatnot, but still, why were some able to avoid this? I think the fact that mine was already shipped and ordered previously was the issue, as they already have shipped it using their more "premium" shipping method and couldn't rightly send it a cheaper, slower method in order to remove the added cost.
Hey Titan, I know you received your rebate, I'm curious if you know what is included in delivery?
I just received a call from Amazon scheduling the delivery of my tv this Wednesday. They informed me that the individuals who will deliver the TV will bring it in, unbox it, place it where I want it, and will work with me to turn it on to make sure it works before they leave. They also informed me to keep the box for 30 days in case I want to return the TV.
Is this the normal delivery system for Amazon? If so, it's fantastic! The last time I had a tv delivered (years ago) it was a very different experience, with the driver making me help him carry it into my house and then trying to bolt out before I was able to turn the TV on.