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Panasonic ST50 Deals

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I see amazon has TC-P65ST50 listed for $2999.95. Do you guys think this price will come down?
post #2 of 855
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Originally Posted by curiousdude View Post

I see amazon has TC-P65ST50 listed for $2999.95. Do you guys think this price will come down?

That's like asking if it will rain. The answer is always yes, eventually.
post #3 of 855
Clearly it will as Amazon has it today for $2625. Must be in stock too as one can get it delivered by Friday if ordered today. Odd thing is Panasonic doesn't even have them in stock on their own website.
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Originally Posted by Jimmy_R View Post

Clearly it will as Amazon has it today for $2625. Must be in stock too as one can get it delivered by Friday if ordered today. Odd thing is Panasonic doesn't even have them in stock on their own website.

sweet monkey
post #5 of 855
Once we get in the $2,100 ish range I'm going to own myself a 65ST50. Glad to see Amazon has them in stock.
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Originally Posted by bhazard View Post

Once we get in the $2,100 ish range I'm going to own myself a 65ST50. Glad to see Amazon has them in stock.

Even the EPP price is nearly a few hundred above that.
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Originally Posted by bhazard View Post

Once we get in the $2,100 ish range I'm going to own myself a 65ST50. Glad to see Amazon has them in stock.

I'm planning on doing the same. If history is any guide, it should be around that price some time in July.

Link
post #8 of 855
what's an EPP price?
post #9 of 855
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Originally Posted by tomagardner View Post

what's an EPP price?

employee pricing i think
post #10 of 855
Panasonic Employee Pricing Program (EPP). Like discounted theme park tickets, Pre-paid legal services and the like, this pricing program has been rolled out to many large corporations as a benefit they can offer their own employees. Probably a good idea to check with your employer as the discounts and benefits of direct purchase from Panasonic are hard to beat.
post #11 of 855
$2699 on bountii dot com -
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does anyone know if you can get amazon to pricematch tigerdirect.com if the sale price requires a coupon code? you can get the 55st50 for $1399 with free shipping (using a $150 coupon code) at tigerdirect right now, but i'd rather deal with amazon for their return policy and better shipping.
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Originally Posted by ckhirnigs113 View Post

does anyone know if you can get amazon to pricematch tigerdirect.com if the sale price requires a coupon code? you can get the 55st50 for $1399 with free shipping (using a $150 coupon code) at tigerdirect right now, but i'd rather deal with amazon for their return policy and better shipping.

I've heard you can take a screen shot of the tiger direct shopping cart after applying the discount code (before submitting the order) and amazon will match.
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Originally Posted by Jimmy_R View Post

I've heard you can take a screen shot of the tiger direct shopping cart after applying the discount code (before submitting the order) and amazon will match.

Amazon has a person actually try to physically duplicate the deal online before they will match. They don't match one day special sales. They may do discount codes if they can duplicate it, I don't know...
post #15 of 855
Amazon just dropped the price to $2435-way cheaper than my EPP after tax. I am trying to wait for the VT to come out to compare but i may pull the trigger. 7 left in stock.
post #16 of 855
Buy.com also has 65st50 for $2435 with free shipping. They also give you 10% back in the form of store credit. I'd much rather buy from Amazon but additional $243.50 store credit could sway me. Anyone with tv purchase experience with buy.com? Returns experience?

10% back link
http://www.buy.com/ct/Rakutensuperpo...campaignid=641
post #17 of 855
At that price point, I would really look at the 65 GT30 for under $1900 vs. the ST50. Really after looking at this ST50 in person, I would take last years GT30 at the price I just posted. IMO of course. (I use to be a 54VT25 owner before going big screen)
post #18 of 855
With the 65ST50 already under $2500, how long till the 65GT50 is under $2500?
post #19 of 855
$2435 is a great price. Set it up next to my 65Vt30 in a light controlled theater room, and the ST50 has visibly better blacks and pic. I went with Amazon for 24 months no interest, and their 14 day price matching policy. They've been great.
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@scrappler Thanks for the link. I was on the fence about the Amazon price, and the 10% store credit was enough to push me over. I called Amazon and tried to see if I could get them to "price match" by giving me a $243 gift card and they wouldn't, so I just bought it from Buy.com.

Anyone with experience with Buy.com TV purchases? I went with the "Budget shipping 5-8 days" option. Are they going to call me to arrange delivery? How does that work? Also, any recommendations for 3D glasses?
post #21 of 855
I just got a 55ST50 from Best Buy tonight. I basically told them I was going to buy the tv today either at Amazon or Best Buy. I explained the main difference being the lack of sales tax (which is 9% where I live) when purchasing from Amazon. The prices were basically identical at the two vendors.

After a little haggling, with the sales guy going to whisper to the manager a few times, I walked out with the 55ST50 for $1400+tax. It ended up being cheaper overall than Amazon, and I got the tv today. I consider this a win.

The tv is now peacefully running D-Nice's slides in the basement. These are going to be a long couple of days. At the end of it, I will simply be glad to be free of any nagging feeling that the picture could have been a little better.
post #22 of 855
Well after weeks of lurkin here learnin as much as possible finally pulled the trigger on a 65ST50 from Panasonic epp. Paid $2400 before tax and it comes with a webcam. Hopefully i'll get it some time next week. Wanna thank the site for providin great info
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Originally Posted by ckhirnigs113 View Post

I just got a 55ST50 from Best Buy tonight. I basically told them I was going to buy the tv today either at Amazon or Best Buy. I explained the main difference being the lack of sales tax (which is 9% where I live) when purchasing from Amazon. The prices were basically identical at the two vendors.

After a little haggling, with the sales guy going to whisper to the manager a few times, I walked out with the 55ST50 for $1400+tax. It ended up being cheaper overall than Amazon, and I got the tv today. I consider this a win.

The tv is now peacefully running D-Nice's slides in the basement. These are going to be a long couple of days. At the end of it, I will simply be glad to be free of any nagging feeling that the picture could have been a little better.

As D-Nice's posted settings are not intended to take the place of a professional calibration, but rather give you a better picture than the default OOB settings, along with panel variations, a pro calibration can give you a better picture.
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A website called PC Games & Electronics is advertising the 50-inch ST50 for $1012 - plus free shipping - which is $217 less than Amazon: http://pcgamesi.com/panasonic-viera-...plasma-tv.html

I called Amazon about matching that price, but they said no because that is not one of their "approved" websites.

Is anyone familiar with this website/company? Are they reputable?

Any advice on getting the price match from Amazon? I would rather deal with Amazon, but $200 is hard to pass up.
post #25 of 855
That's a great deal, but I don't trust the look of that site. I would pay the $200 for peace of mind.
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Originally Posted by brenkj View Post

A website called PC Games & Electronics is advertising the 50-inch ST50 for $1012 - plus free shipping - which is $217 less than Amazon: ....

I called Amazon about matching that price, but they said no because that is not one of their "approved" websites.
Is anyone familiar with this website/company? Are they reputable?
Any advice on getting the price match from Amazon? I would rather deal with Amazon, but $200 is hard to pass up.


Never heard of them - but then there are a LOT of internet retailers floating around.

Suggest at least getting an address & try to find BBB reports, OR Some Positive Feedback.

If they are not on Amazon's approved list, Amazon won't price match. That list IS available on the Amazon web site.

From PC Games website: Returns & Replacements
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Please note that our return policy is essentially a 15 day money back guarantee. Where, if you return the item in the same condition in which it left, within 15 days time, we will grant you a full refund of the purchase price. If the item has been damaged by the shipment carrier, we can put in a claims request for you to retrieve the lost damage value of the item. If you have damaged the item, we suggest you look into the warranty, if included, with the item to obtain a replacement or fix. In some cases, there maybe a 10% restocking fee applied

15 days return period? And guess who will have to pay for the return?

If Damaged in Shipment they will HELP YOU FILE A CLAIM WITH THE SHIPPER?!?!?!

A possible 10% restocking fee - with no conditions stated other than their discretion?


Thanks, but No Thanks!

For peace of mind alone, the Amazon price is a better deal. And Amazon's Return / Exchange policy is Excellent: we sent TWO (defective) 60" 2011 Pan plasmas back to them - without hassle, OR any charges....
post #27 of 855
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Amazon - Panasonic VIERA TC-P65ST50 65-Inch 1080p Full HD 3D Plasma TV has decreased $113.68 from $2,517.94 to $2,404.26
post #28 of 855
Just got a 50st50 at PC Richard for $1079. Sales person said it was their employee price.
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Yesterday, I called Amazon and they matched Newegg price $2039.99 including 3-5 day shipping for P60GT50. Shipping soon.

Was on the ST bandwagon until now. IMO the additional $200 for the GT vs ST is worth it at this point in time.
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Originally Posted by jjc943 View Post

Just got a 50st50 at PC Richard for $1079. Sales person said it was their employee price.

just curious which location? How about delivery?
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