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Nebraska Furniture Mart has the Vizio P602UI-B3 60" UHD (4K) LED TV for $1149.99 on sale. The shipping and tax may kill it for some, but even with the shipping cost, it looks like a great deal. It's free to pick up but not everyone has a NFM nearby. They just opened one in N. Texas, so that's why it's a killer deal for me. Not as cheap as the 50" at Costco, but we're talking about the 60" model here after all. I am unaware if price match with BB or Amazon will work for NFM.

http://www.nfm.com/DetailsPage.aspx?productid=41179862

The 70" is $1,978.99 if you're interested...
 

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Nebraska Furniture Mart has the Vizio P602UI-B3 60" UHD (4K) LED TV for $1149.99 on sale. The shipping and tax may kill it for some, but even with the shipping cost, it looks like a great deal. It's free to pick up but not everyone has a NFM nearby. They just opened one in N. Texas, so that's why it's a killer deal for me. Not as cheap as the 50" at Costco, but we're talking about the 60" model here after all. I am unaware if price match with BB or Amazon will work for NFM.

http://www.nfm.com/DetailsPage.aspx?productid=41179862

The 70" is $1,978.99 if you're interested...
Best deal on the 60 since Black Friday. Thanks.
 

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Best deal on the 60 since Black Friday. Thanks.
I was in there this weekend and saw the same deal. My jaw almost hit the floor. What does everyone on here think about the 60" vs the 70"?

It seems awfully convenient to pick up the 60" 4K for $1149, but I was really hoping for the 70" model. Is it worth spending the extra money on the 70" over the 60"?

What is the general perspective of the trade off between a 60" 4K and a 70" HD display?

I appreciate all your comments!
Thanks,
Dan
 

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I'm coming from a 58" plasma so 60" is roughly the same size. I would never go down in size. I would normally simply say go as big as you can fit in your room but the cost/inch factor shows up at some point. That ends up being different for everyone.
 

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I was in there this weekend and saw the same deal. My jaw almost hit the floor. What does everyone on here think about the 60" vs the 70"?

It seems awfully convenient to pick up the 60" 4K for $1149, but I was really hoping for the 70" model. Is it worth spending the extra money on the 70" over the 60"?

What is the general perspective of the trade off between a 60" 4K and a 70" HD display?

I appreciate all your comments!
Thanks,
Dan
The 60" and 70" are both Sharp panels and have very similar appearance.
 
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