Do you search the internet for the best price for a TV? I do this all the time. It seems that the price changes each week. Sometimes the price is so good that I will want to buy it. Instead I wait. Wait because you know that at some point it will be less. You know that as soon as a newer model comes out the older ones need to be sold. Many times you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between the old and the improved version, so buy the model which is now reduced. I have ordered large size TV's online and there was never a problem. Once, on a lark, I went into Sears. They claim that they match prices, but as it turns out, the only price match they do is with stores which are nearby. Forget internet price matching as far as Sears is concerned. Wherever you buy, try to check the site's ratings. This is one reason I try to stay with one or two of the companies I have used in the past.
Your favorite TV programs never looked so good.
Where to buy: www. beachcamera.com or www.buydig.com. I believe that they are the same store, different sites, so I go back and forth to see which posts the better price. Not everything on these two sites are the same. These both usually offer free shipping. Another company to try is www.jr.com. They are out of NYC and the store practically takes up an entire city block. Sometimes you can try to negotiate the price on an item. There is also www.costco.com but note that they do not usually sell the newest nor the top of the line model, which may not matter in the long run. Some TV's on www.costco.com come with shipping included and that is not bad. Or you can go to the store which may have different models and prices. And you have to be a member to buy anything.