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Re: walmart

Postby pandagirl » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:17 pm

crazymomofthree wrote:
steffj89 wrote:Walmarts website says yes even on BF.


I swear I think walmarts near me clear the shelves with items we could price match on bf. Only once on bf have I ever been able to do that.

I've price matched some low price things (play doh) before with luck! But I do think they clear out the expensive items.

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Re: walmart

Postby crazymomofthree » Sun Nov 11, 2012 10:30 pm

steffj89 wrote:ok....so on pg 12-13 with the nabi 2 everything surrounding the pages says event 1 8pm. so is it for sure that will be on the 8pm sale?


It says 8pm on their site and its in the green section. I've always doubled checked on the site to make sure I'm reading the ad right and always been as stated.

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Re: walmart

Postby luvhockey » Mon Nov 12, 2012 9:42 am

If you click on the adscan of the 32" Emerson it goes to a tv/dvd combo.
Is this a mistake or is this a combo. If it's a combo I'd go for it but with
a REALLY tight budget this year I'm liking the under $100 32" from kmart.
That being said, I know my Walmart has close to 300 of those tvs per a friend so I'm sure
I'd get one.
Both my boys have been begging for a new tv to play xbox on. The old 25" tube tv is so blurry
I've no idea how they even play.

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Re: walmart

Postby Shopper X » Mon Nov 12, 2012 10:54 am

I think that the 32" Emerson link may be incorrect, pointing to a different product on Walmart's web site.
The adscan shows just a TV, not a TV/DVD combo.

http://bfads.net/Walmart-Black-Friday-E ... -60Hz-HDTV

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TVs at Walmart

Postby TVguy » Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:30 pm

Would you buy the Vizio 60" LED Smart TV or the Samsung 46" Smart LED HDTV?

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Re: TVs at Walmart

Postby john.daggett » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:13 pm

TVguy wrote:Would you buy the Vizio 60" LED Smart TV or the Samsung 46" Smart LED HDTV?

That's like asking if you would like a
Geo Metro (Vizio)
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Lamborghini Gallardo
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Re: walmart

Postby teknoge3k » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:15 pm

I am sure the Metro gets MUCH better gas mileage! Plus, parts would be cheaper for it.

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Re: walmart

Postby john.daggett » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:19 pm

ROFL.... !! Samsung all the way. Vizio is made from Panasonic and sharps junkyard. Not just because I own a Samsung, but I sold them. Night and day better.

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Re: walmart

Postby HDDVDFan » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:45 pm

Vizio vs Samsung well IMO There about equal in picture quality and they are LG parts not Sharp/Panny

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Re: walmart

Postby john.daggett » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:46 pm

HDDVDFan wrote:Vizio vs Samsung well IMO There about equal in picture quality and they are LG parts not Sharp/Panny

Well LG is a good brand. I guess I was wrong there. That's what I was told when i worked at sears.

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Re: walmart

Postby HDDVDFan » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:56 pm

If I was in the market for a TV I'd buy Vizio, Samsung or LG over any other brand on the market anyday :-)

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Re: walmart

Postby iKitsune » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:22 pm

john.daggett wrote:
HDDVDFan wrote:Vizio vs Samsung well IMO There about equal in picture quality and they are LG parts not Sharp/Panny

Well LG is a good brand. I guess I was wrong there. That's what I was told when i worked at sears.

Hey who remembers Goldstar TVs? Ever wonder why you don't see them any more? What do you think the G in LG stands for? ;)

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Re: walmart

Postby john.daggett » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:27 pm

iKitsune wrote:
john.daggett wrote:
HDDVDFan wrote:Vizio vs Samsung well IMO There about equal in picture quality and they are LG parts not Sharp/Panny

Well LG is a good brand. I guess I was wrong there. That's what I was told when i worked at sears.

Hey who remembers Goldstar TVs? Ever wonder why you don't see them any more? What do you think the G in LG stands for? ;)

Lucky Goldstar. Everyone always said they were POS mine lasted forever ya know the one with the vcr built in (4-head).

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Re: walmart

Postby MegaBlue » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:18 pm

I thought Vizio was Sony's bargain label...

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Re: walmart

Postby i_luv2go » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:56 pm

Im also interested in the HDTV for $148... will they give you a rain check if they run out?


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