April 29, 2015

How and Where to Get the Best Deals on HDTV?

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HDTV prices are continuously coming down, so it is good time to find the best deal online and buy online or offline for HDTV. Here are few tips on saving money on buying HDTV.

Primarily use shopping bots. Most of shopping sites are one-stop shopping solution where you can check and compare prices for various products. People usually sort through the online listings by the price including shipping costs and taxes. Shipping is mostly free that can be checked by the reader’s reviews and comments available on HDTVs.

The price alerts can also be set at some bots which will send you price alerts by email. You just need to provide the target price range for the model you need to buy and they will send alert whenever they find a store that is selling at your price. So when you have ample of time, just sign up for the alerts and wait until you get the right price.

Whether you buy an HDTV from brick-and-mortar retailer or online, it depends who better matches your price range and requirements. Go to any store when you are aware of the prices and negotiate. Many sellers offer a guarantee of refund if they find any reduction of price within a certain period of time. Sometimes they offer a refund if you find the same set available at another store for less price.

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Make sure to check the details and restrictions just like Best Buy has a 2-month guarantee on HDTVs. Keep you sale receipt and keep checking all the ads from the competitors to find any variation in the prices.

Never buy the extended warranty because it is a waste of money on LCD, HDTV or any other plasma screen. The reason is that these equipments have low repair cost in first two years, mostly less than $200 which is much less then extended warranty.

If you are buying a rear projection micro display, usually you have to repair it more often than a flat panel HDTV. Replacing bulb is found to be most common repair which may cost between $210 and $340. You can simply replace by yourself. If you take an extended warranty, the best deal is 15% of the actual price of HDTV or find out the cost of the bulb and consider it as the base price to compare with amount of extended warranty. For more information on HDTV best deals online, you are recommended to visit www.CryBuy.com

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