I'm planning on buying a new TV around the holidays, and I figure that Boxing day is my best bet. Only problem is that since I don't get either paper delivered, I don't know how to find the adverts for the various electronic retailers.
Also, any hints on good places to try, aside from the regular BestBuy, Future Shop, A&B.
"list" price of $2499 and $599. I got the combo for $2199 plus tax.
I feel pretty good about it, and I LOVE the TV. I don't yet have HDTV from our local Cable provider (Shaw) so I can't speak to that, but regular old TV looks pretty nice, and DVDs look fantastic. I may wait until it's time for Hockey playoffs to upgrade to the HD signal. One of the reasons I went with this TV is how well it handles SD content. Much better than some cheaper units.
I actually bought all of this on Christmas Eve once I had a chance to read the Boxing Day flyers. I'm very glad I didn't have to brave the crowds.
Why not consider switching to Star Choice (Shaw Satellite) and get all the same channels and more.... with 16-20 HDTV channels with options for PPV Hockey games for Flames,Canucks,Oiler,Senators ($10.00 each).
They just added a few more a couple days ago.
I get tons of sports from all over the place with Western Canadian Junior hockey Broncos,Hitmen,Rebels,Ice,etc
for USA networks:
I chose Seattle over Spokane because I got tired of Krem, Kxly,etc
I chose Detroit over Buffalo...for obvious reasons.
I have the Essentials package.
I dropped the shaw cable but kept the internet and save $8.00 from the tier-3 shaw cable/shaw internet package.
Right now they have an enormous deal for the satellite decoder.
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